Family raffling off four-bedroom house, Range Rover and motorbike

Family who won their four-bed home in a prize draw are now raffling it AGAIN for £2 a ticket because they’re moving to Spain – and there’s a Range Rover and £7,000 motorbike thrown in!

  • A family who are planning on moving to Spain are raffling off their home and car  
  • Claire Reynolds and partner Ben Binks won Yorkshire house in a previous raffle
  • Family are also offering their 2015 Range Rover Sport and £7,000 motorbike
  • Tickets will cost just £2 and winners will be drawn on Wednesday September 30

A family who are planning to move to Spain are raffling off their four-bedroom house, Range Rover and motorbike with tickets costing just £2. 

Claire Reynolds and partner Ben Binks, from Ossett, Wakefield, won their house in a previous raffle in 2020, and live there with their four children, Alfie, 17, Riley, 14, Hudson Boe, four, and four-month-old Ivar Benny.

Hudson suffers from osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder in which bones fracture easily, and the parents hope living in a warmer climate will be beneficial for their son.  

The winner will receive a large four-bedroom detached property in Ossett mortgage free with all legal fees and stamp duty paid, along with a £63,390 Range Rover Sport and a £7,000 Kawasaki Ninja 636.

A four bed detached house in the area has a typical starting price of £350,000.  

A family who are planning to move to Spain are raffling off their four-bedroom house. Pictured, the kitchen/dining area of the Yorkshire home up for sale 

The new build home is set over three floors and is located in Ossett, Wakefield. Pictured, the living area of the home up for grabs in the raffle 

The winner will receive a large four-bedroom detached property in Ossett along with a £63,390 Range Rover Sport (pictured) 

The new build home is set over three floors, with an open-plan kitchen/diner on the ground floor and French doors leading out to the garden. 

The four-bedroom house features modern décor and high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout. 

The first floor is home to three bedrooms – all decorated in neutral tones – as well as a three-piece family bathroom with white suite and chrome shower.

Meanwhile upstairs, a stunning master suite covers the entire second floor, with a fitted mirrored wardrobe, luxury en suite, and windows in the roof allowing for plenty of natural light.

The four-bedroom house features modern décor and high-quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Pictured one of the four bedrooms in the Yorkshire home 

The winner will receive a large four-bedroom detached property in Ossett along with a Range Rover Sport and a £7,000 Kawasaki Ninja 636 with all legal fees and stamp duty paid


The home features four bedrooms (left, one of the children’s bedrooms) and outside there is a large enclosed garden with a patio area (pictured right)

Outside, there is a large enclosed garden with a patio area. The property also benefits from Philips smart lighting throughout, which is controlled by an app.

As well as the impressive home, the prize also includes a 2015 Range Rover sport seven-seater with full dealership service history and Kawasaki Ninja 636 superbike with low mileage. 

Claire and Ben won their Yorkshire home in 2020 after taking a gamble and purchasing £100 worth of raffle tickets in the hopes of having a home of their own for the first time. 

The initial raffle was organised by Dale Tate, 36, who was planning to move to Australia but struggled to find a buyer for his home – eventually earning £400,000 through ticket sales. 

The property also benefits from Philips smart lighting throughout, which is controlled by an app. Pictured, the kitchen of the Yorkshire home 

Claire Reynolds and partner Ben Binks, from Ossett, Wakefield, won their house in a previous raffle in 2020, and live there with their four children, Alfie, 17, Riley, 14, Hudson Boe, four, and four-month-old Ivar Benny

Hudson suffers from osteogenesis imperfecta, a genetic disorder in which bones fracture easily, and the parents hope living in a warmer climate will be beneficial for their son

He told Yorkshire Live at the time: ‘The family is the most deserving family. We met them yesterday and they have been through some pretty hard times as two of their boys have got health issues and we really couldn’t have asked for a nicer family for this to happen to. 

‘They live on a council estate and don’t own their own home so this really is just a fairytale ending’. 

Claire and Ben’s own raffle is being hosted on Raffall and ends on Friday 30 September – or whenever the last ticket is sold.

Some of the profits from the raffle will be donated to the Brittle Bone Society.

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