Topper Headon To Raffle Unique Mini To Raise Money For Charity

Clash drummer selling £10 tickets for to help Strummerville

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Topper Headon is selling his Mini Cooper with raffle tickets to raise money for the Strummerville charity that helps young musicians.

The Clash drummer’s car is customised and totally unique and the £10 raffle tickets are available from Saturday May 30, with the draw taking place on July 13.

Headon, talking about the car’s history has said: “This car has been my pride and joy. I had it two-tone customised and it was the first car I drove when I got clean, so you can imagine I’ve been attached to it and have loved it a lot.

“But I so love the great work that Strummerville are doing, so am delighted to donate the car to be raffled. I hope it will make a fortune for the charity. Giving kids a chance is such a good cause.”

Get your ticket and a chance to win, here, at www.strummerville.com

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