We finally managed to get a photo from Rhian White who was our September 1st prize winner of £100.00. Due to restrictions, we weren't physically able to meet up to congratulate Rhian but she very kindly organised for her photo to be taken and now we can share that photo with all of our supporters. Once again, well done Rhian!
We decided it was time for a bit of a redesign for our promotional poster. It's a new design with all of the scheme benefits remaining the same. We would like to thank Karen Lewis, Communication Coordinator at PLANED for her work on this. Both an English and Welsh version have been designed.
If you would like to display one of our posters then please do feel free to get in touch and we will be happy to get one to you. Our email address is email@example.com or you can call the PLANED office on 01834 860965.
Wow, I can't believe that we are now in the last quarter of 2020, what a year it has been!
Asedion continues to support local good causes and charities as do all of our supporters. It was lovely to see some new faces winning the monthly lottery draw for September 2020. First prize of £100.00 went to Rhian White of Llangynin and the £30.00 second prize was won by Bill and Eirlys Davies of Llanfyrnach. Unfortunately we have been unable to take a picture of our lucky winner due to the ongoing pandemic restrictions but we will not forget Rhian!
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Here is a quick glimpse at some of our winners to date in 2020. You can still join the scheme and win some money before Christmas. Remember currently the first cash prize is £100.00 and the second is £30.00. The more people who join, the more money avaiable to win. But more importantly than that, 50% of your donation will go to your nominated good cause. After the year we have had in 2020, I'm sure they would be extremely greatful of your donation.
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On Friday 18th September we carried out the Asedion draw for August 2020. We decided to draw the balls in PLANED's new conference room, Unit 9 in Narberth.
We have a new winner of the £100.00 first prize and the lucky gentleman is Mr Michael Bossom in Glogue, Pembrokeshire. The second prize of £30 went to Mrs Dailwen Vaughan of Blaenffos. Well done to both of you!
If you would like to see the coverage of the draw taking place then simply follow the below link.
As always, many thanks to everyone who continues to support the scheme. We know your ch...Read More
Now if you are one of our followers and often think how lucky it must be to win the 1st prize of £100.00 in the Asedion lottery draw, imagine what the odds would be for winning the first prize twice in consecutive months! Well there is one man who defied those odds and knows exactly what that feels like.
Iwan Thomas, CEO of PLANED in Narberth pocketed the 1st prize of £100.00 in June 2020 and again in July 2020. Lady luck really must have been with Iwan on these occasions! I'm sure the staff at PLANED will all be treated to a lavish Chistmas party at the end of the year?
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Congratulations to Melony Richards of Hermon who picked up £100 for the 1st prize in the Asedion lottery draw for May 2020. The second prize of £30.00 went to Michelle Fletcher of Llwyndrain. As lock down restrictions were easing, Cris Tomos was able to get this photo from Melony.
As always thank you to everyone who continues to support the scheme. Please visit our website to find out more and learn how to join.
Although normal business was suspended during the lockdown months, the team at Asedion were still able to carry out the monthly lottery draw. Cris Tomos roped in various different family members to assist him however, no photos could be taken due to the restrictions.
So the winners of the Asedion lottery draw are as follows:
February 2020: 1st prize of £100.00 went to Menna Davies of Crymych and second prize of £30.00 went to Ian Evans of Narberth.
March 2020: 1st prize of £100.00 went to Aled Davies of Bancffosfelen and second prize of £30.00 went to Gwyneth Evans of Hermon.
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What a strange six months many of us have experienced. Personally my lockdown experience has consisted of looking after my two children whilst my wife continued to work in the NHS - quite a challenge if I'm honest! But it wasn't all tantrums and tears as it did provide me with an opportunity to slow down and appreciate the things I have around me. Being put on the government furlough scheme meant that there was more time available to do those all important jobs around the house and enjoy the extra play time with my girls. We also adopted our second retired greyhound so time has bee...Read More
Good evening all.
I would firstly like to start by saying that things are certainly a bit different for everyone at the moment and it is imperative that we are all reducing our social contact and following the advice given to us by our government in order to stay fit and well. Stay at home wherever possible, only shop for necessities, don't panic buy, continue to talk to your friends, work colleagues and family members by electronic means and from a safe distance of at least 2 meters. We ALL need to be socially distancing ourselves and this WILL pass.
So moving onto other news, before we all...Read More