Win Yorkshire Barn Conversion

Competition prize

Barn Conversion worth £1,000.000 in Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom

Property description

Stunning, 17th century property, boasting 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, detached double garage, triple stable block, ménage and extensive grazing paddocks – with breath taking views of the valley

Ticket price


Opening date

July 29th 2020 

Closing date

October 30th 2020

Sales aim

To sell a minimum of 250,000 tickets for the property to be won

Refer a friend prize


Entry format

Skill question

Free route of entry

No; free entry is not available


If not enough tickets are sold by the competition deadline then the winner(s) will receive a share of 75% from all ticket sales

20% of all ticket sales over 250,000 tickets will be donated to charity


Raffall (hosted by Marc Bryden)

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Total number of tickets sold: 57,774

Total monies raised through ticket sales: £288,870

Winner is awarded: £216,653 (winnings are 75 percent of all tickets sold; due to competition not reaching property’s value of £1million)

And the winner is: Lauren Davidson

“Marc has been amazing, really helpful and I’m just sorry he didn’t get to sell his barn”

— WINNER, Lauren Davidson (source,

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