Lithgow couple Heather and Denis Bell holding raffle for National Breast Cancer Foundation this Sunday

WEARING IT PINK: Heather and Denis Bell are raffling items for the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Sunday. PHOTO: Jacob Gillard. lm112316raff

WEARING IT PINK: Heather and Denis Bell are raffling items for the National Breast Cancer Foundation on Sunday. PHOTO: Jacob Gillard. lm112316raff

If by some chance you’ve been hunting for a pink esky, then this Sunday’s Lions Club Community Markets at Tony Luchetti Sportsground may have the one you’re after.

Heather and Denis Bell have recently returned from an interstate trip after coming runners-up in Dometic’s “Follow the Sun” competition.

The competition saw them drive a motor-home to different camping grounds across the country, seeing the sights and raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation in the process.

Heather fought a battle with breast cancer two years ago, and taking the trip for the two of them was an opportunity too good to miss now that she has retired.

The Bells were just one of a number of teams who all travelled to different parts of Australia.

Between the lot of them, they managed to raise $120,000 over three months.

Since they’ve returned, Dometic—a caravan product company—has given the couple the chance to raffle off some special prize to raise more money for the foundation.

Prizes include eskies, gift packs and more, with goodies being given away just for buying a ticket.

Heather and Denis can be found at Lithgow Lions Club Community Markets this sunday from 9am to 1pm at the Civic Ballroom.

You can also donate to the foundation through their fundraising page at http://bit.ly/2fojeLo and read about their journey at http://bit.ly/2gAAvWP.

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