Hawk jettnjpg
RAF Scampton   
Commemorative Window       Grand Aviation Raffle

Tickets cost £1 and entries close 23:59 GMT on Thursday 13th August 2020
(Please note: Due to recent legislation relating to gambling online - only debit cards are now acceptable)

Terms & Conditions

This raffle is licensed by:
West Lindsey District Council
Local Authority/Gambling Commission licence number:
The responsible person at the Society is:
Mr Joe Bartrop (project co-ordinator & promoter)
Society address:
Scampton Church, High Street, Scampton, Lincoln LN1 2SE
Society registration number:
Our church is exempt from registering as a charity by the charity commission under the The Church Representation Rules(within schedule 3 of the Synodical Gov.t Measure 1969 as amended) and The Parochial Church Councils (Powers)Measure 1956 as amended
The prizes are:


A unique three day weekend's aviation experience for two people on 4th 5th and 6th September 2020 including:

On Friday 4th Sept, a guided tour of RAF Scampton Heritage Centre including a meet and greet with with Wing Commander Parker (OIC RAF Scampton) - (operational commitments permitting) - A tour of 617 Squadron Dambusters Hanger, & Guy Gibson's office, a photo shoot in a Red Arrows Hawk Jet. Have lunch in the Sergeants and Warrant Officers mess with its rich history, fine paintings and memorabillia.

An overnight stay at The Premier Inn Lincoln including breakfast.

On the Saturday 5th Sept, a full VIP escorted day at The Newark Air Museum one of the UK's largest volunteer managed collections. You will be welcomed at the museum with a coffee, followed by a guided tour. After a light lunch you will be free to explore the collections of around 90 aircraft and cockpit sections. An internal tour of the cockpit of Vulcan XM594 is included (subject to volunteer availability).

Followed by an evening meal with wine at The Dambusters Inn and Heritage Centre, Scampton.

Another overnight stay with breakfast at The Premier Inn Lincoln.

On Sunday 6th Sept, a VIP escorted tour, with lunch included, of the International Bomber Command Centre on Wings and Wheels Day.

(The value of the three day weekend is 'unique'!)


A fantastic full day's aircrew experience for two people at The Tornado Heritage Centre, worth £300 including a session in the F3 simulator with ex RAF Tornado instructors. Included is an overnight stay at The Premier Inn Chester. (Package Value £370.)


Learn to fly a Spitfire in the Boultbee Flight Academy Spitfire Simulator Experience. Fly the world's only professional MkIX Spitfire simulator!
Based on a genuine WW2 Spitfire.
Learn the basics of flying this iconic plane.
Looks, feels and even sounds like a real Spitfire.

Included is an overnight stay with breakfast at The 4 Star Goodwood Hotel and Spa. (Package value £300.)


A family ticket (2 adults and 3 children) for a day at: The Imperial War Museum, RAF Duxford.


A beautifully framed (red, white and blue) photo of the Red Arrows over The Mall and Buckingham Palace, originally signed by the pilots

Reds over The Mall Signed

A guided tour of the Lancaster bomber NX611 'Just Jayne' at: The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

Just Jayne Lancaster

Afternoon tea for two at The Petwood Hotel Woodhall Spa. The Petwood was the base for the officers of 617 Squadron during WW2. The Squadron Bar hosts a range of memorabilia and tributes to Wing Commander Guy Gibson VC, Group Captain Leonard Cheshire VC and their Officers.


Five annual memberships to: The People's Mosquito Club

Peoples Mosquito Club

A framed originally signed photo of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Lancaster PA474 signed by all crew and staff at BBMF.

BBMF signed photo

A ladies Timber watch with Myola 2035 quartz movement complete with Vulcan motif on the front

Ladies Timberland Vulcan Watch

A lecture supper at: The International Bomber Command Centre Lincoln


A framed photo of the last Vulcan (XH558) to fly originally signed by the last flight crew. Presented by Vulcan to the Sky Trust.

XH558 signed by crew of last flight

A paperback book ‘Vulcan 207’ which tells the story of operation Black Buck during the Falklands War. It is personally signed by the author Roland White and also plated by Squadron Leader Martin Withers (Vulcan Pilot on the mission), and Squadron Leader Bob Tuxford (Victor K2 Tanker pilot on the mission)

Signed Book Vulcan 607

Three prizes of an A3 photos of Vulcan XH558 and BBMF Lancaster PA474 flying over Lincoln on the occasion of the turf cutting ceremony at The International Bomber Command Centre 22nd August 2014. Originally signed by Wing Commander Bill Ramsey (rtd) captain of the Vulcan XH558, Squadron Leader Andy Marson (Rtd) captain of the Lancaster PA474 and Squadron Leader Duncan Mason (Rtd) BBMF observer on board RCAF Lancaster

Joh Dibbs photo 2

A limited edition print of a painting by renowned aviation artist Mal Grosse (‘Cleared for take off’) of Vulcan XH558 ‘The Spirit of Great Britain’ on her first take off following restoration. The £7 million restoration has been described as ‘the most complex return to flight project ever attempted in the world. This limited print is originally signed by the artist, pilot , co-pilot and air electronics officer on that maiden flight

Cleared for take off signed limited edition

A framed 3D picture of the Supermarine Spitfire IX MH434

3D Supermarine Spitfire

A set of 4 DVDs telling the story of the restoration of Vulcan XH558

Vulcan restoration DVDs

Three chances to win a 595 x 475 limited edition print of RAAF Lancaster B1, over Spurn Point, returning to RAF Binbrook in June 1944 with both starboard engines failed. Personally signed by the artist Edward Ash.

Lancaster Spurn Point Edward Ash

Five chances to win a  545 x 445 print entitled 'After me the flood' by Michael Stuart - Wing Commander Guy Gibson DSO DFC commanding officer 617 squadron with his pet labrador dog at RAF Scampton before the specialised attack on Germany's Ruhr Dams.


A Glenmuir polo shirt sporting the Royal Air Force Club, London badge

Glenmore RAF Club Golf shirt

A Pilot Teddy from The Royal Air Force Club in Piccadilly, London.

RAF Club pilot teddy

Fifty chances to win a Red Arrows programme including full details of all pilots, team staff and manoeuvers.

Reds programmes

With thanks to Greg and Steve at The Dambusters Inn Heritage Centre for hosting the raffle draw on Friday 14th August 2020 .

For more information about the RAF Scampton Commemorative Window CLICK HERE

The following organisations are helping to create this meaningful tribute to the RAF

Supportive Organisations Latest
Specific terms and conditions attached to the prize(s) are:
All prizes are subject to the companies being in business on the date the prize is claimed
Ticket price:
£1 per ticket
Minimum age of entry:
Individuals must be 16 years or older to purchase a ticket
The maximum number of tickets Individuals are able to buy for this raffle is:
£100 worth
Winners will be contacted within the following number of days:
With 7 days of the draw on 14th August 2020
Contact for enquiries at the society:
Joe Bartrop (project co-ordinator and promoter) e mail:  rafwindow@scamptonchurch.org
  1. Each participating Society is operating a Society Lottery (Raffle) under the Gambling Act 2005.
  2. By entering a draw, participants agree to be bound by these Terms & Conditions and Rules.
  3. To enter a draw a ticket (or tickets) must be purchased from this website.
  4. The winner(s) of a draw will be chosen at random from all entries received by the Closing Date.
  5. Full descriptions of the prizes are listed on the Website.
  6. Where relevant, the Prize(s) will be delivered to a UK address specified by the winner, or, if cash, will be paid by the Society. Any specific clauses related to prizes will be described on the Website.
  7. Each draw is open to all UK residents who are aged 16 (sixteen) or over on the date of ticket purchase, (except for employees of Capen and the Society).
  8. Any person found to be under 16 (sixteen) years of age on the date of ticket purchase automatically forfeits the right to the prize(s).
  9. You must be 16 (sixteen) or over to play or claim a prize. We may conduct random checks of entrants to ensure there are no underage players. Random checks are conducted using AgeChecked (or similar service from a third party supplier as and when stipulated). If a person enters the draw stating that they are over the age of 16 (sixteen) and subsequently it is found that they are less than 16 (sixteen)years of age, they will have any money paid in relation to a draw returned to them and where relevant will automatically forfeit the right to any prize.
  10. The winner may need to provide proof of age before collecting the prize(s). Acceptable documentation of the winner’s proof of age will be a scan of their passport or driving license.
  11. When you purchase a ticket for a draw a unique ticket number will be issued and displayed onscreen at the point of purchase. Confirmation of your ticket number/s will also be emailed to the address supplied during the ticket purchasing process.
  12. Individuals are limited to a total spend of £100 per individual raffle, unless otherwise agreed with the society.
  13. All entry sales are final. Refunds are at the sole discretion of the Society and will be payable only where the Society deems it reasonable, having regard for all the circumstances. All participants acknowledge that their payment of the ticket price does not guarantee that they will win any prize.
  14. Full payment for each ticket must be received in cleared funds before the ticket can be entered into a draw. Only tickets for which full payment has been received are eligible to win the prize(s).
  15. Payment for tickets can be made by debit/credit card only.
  16. All participants are solely responsible for providing and (where necessary) updating Zaffo.com or the Society with their accurate and up-to-date contact details and neither Zaffo.com, nor the Society will be in any way liable for any failure or inability to contact any participant due to any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in the contact details that the participant has provided.
  17. Neither Zaffo.com, nor the Society shall be liable to any participant for any loss or damage suffered or arising from:
    1. any delays or failures in the delivery methods used by the Society or the participant;
    2. any delays or failures in any software or other systems used by the Society for the administration of a draw;
    3. any delays or failures in the banking system used by the Society or the participant;
    4. any refusal by the Society to accept an individual’s entry or the cancellation of an entry;
    5. any event beyond the reasonable control of Zaffo.com or the Society.
  18. To the extent permitted by law, Zaffo.com and the Society excludes any liability for loss or damage incurred by any winner of a prize in connection with or arising from the use of the prize or participation in a draw.
  19. Zaffo and the Society are committed to protecting the privacy of participants. Personal information that is collected from participants is used lawfully in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. In providing your information to Zaffo or the Society, you consent to Zaffo or the Society using your information to process your entry and otherwise as described in these terms and conditions including (but not limited to) passing winners’ contact details on to representatives of third party companies used for the purposes of fulfilling the Prize and publishing winners’ names on the Website. For more information about how Zaffo and the Society uses personal information to administer a draw see our Privacy Policy.
  20. Zaffo.com and the Society reserve the right to:
    1. disqualify or decline to accept the entry of any participant if it has reasonable grounds to believe the participant has breached any of these terms or otherwise acted fraudulently;
    2. terminate or suspend a draw for reasons beyond its reasonable control
  21. In the event of any dispute regarding a draw, if the dispute cannot be resolved by the parties, it will be referred to an independent third party. Please refer to the Social Responsibility Policy.
  22. Draws on Zaffo.com are a form of gambling. Participants are encouraged to gamble responsibly. Please read our Social Responsibility Policy or visit the GamCare website (http://www.gamcare.org.uk) for more information on Problem Gambling.
  23. The Laws of England and Wales shall govern the interpretation and/or enforcement of these Rules. The Society and all participants hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
  24. Please note that your payment has been processed by Capen Ltd Trading as Zaffo.com and your bank statement will include the following information “Zaffo.com-ZaffoCharity 0203 176 6862”