Win! A Harley Davidson

1st Prize: ‘The Wave’ – A Harley Davidson Softail Heritage, customised and classically styled by Sykes Harley Davidson

2nd Prize: Luxury hamper

3rd Prize: Wine hamper

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Here is your chance to win a one-of a-kind Harley Davidson. 'The Wave' has been generously donated and customised by Sykes-Harley Davidson to raise funds for St Wilfrid's Hospice.

Raffle tickets cost £100 each and are available from St Wilfrid’s Hospice, 1 Broadwater Way, Eastbourne. The draw will take place on 24th May 2024 at Lunch@, The Saffrons, Eastbourne BN21 1EA.

To request more information about the raffle or purchasing tickets, call Sarah Marsh on 01323 434217 or email

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The story behind 'The Wave'

‘The Wave’ has been custom-designed in honour of two friends of the Sykes family who were looked after by the hospice: Wayne and Dave. Dave’s wife Julia said:

‘Going into St Wilfrid’s, it felt like a huge weight had been lifted. Since Dave’s diagnosis in March, I had been juggling a lot. I had barely eaten. Being in the hospice, being able to pop out from Dave’s room and eat lunch in the café, I felt like a different person. I was there all the time – and both our children too – and they just looked after all of us. I just don’t know what we would have done without St Wilfrid’s.

‘I know that being together as a family was so important to Dave, and St Wilfrid’s made that a reality for him when he died. He’d be thrilled about the Harley that Denise and John Sykes have donated. I hope it can raise thousands for the hospice so that more families can be looked after with the same compassion we were shown.’

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Donating to St Wilfrid's Hospice means

  • We can help local people who need our services through the hospice building or out in the community
  • Our care and support can continue to be provided to those facing a life-limiting diagnosis
  • We can continue to support the wider family through our bereavement services
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