Darlington Memorial Hospital worker's delight after winning Vauxhall Corsa in Rotary Club draw

Baljit Hubery, centre, receives the keys to her new car, with from left to right, Alasdair MacConachie, Rotary Club President Roland Lang and Rotary Club member Chris Wiper

Baljit Hubery, centre, receives the keys to her new car, with from left to right, Alasdair MacConachie, Rotary Club President Roland Lang and Rotary Club member Chris Wiper

First published in News Darlington and Stockton Times: Photograph of the Author by

A HOSPITAL worker is in good health after winning a car in a charity draw.

Baljit Hubery, a medical secretary at Darlington Memorial Hospital, is the owner of a new Vauxhall Corsa after her ticket was chosen in a Darlington Rotary Club draw.

The draw was made by Darlington MP, Jenny Chapman, and raised more than £5,000, which will be donated to local causes by the Rotary Club.

Mrs Hubery said: “I never imagined I would win because it was more about supporting a good cause, and I couldn’t believe it when my ticket was drawn.

“Anyone who knows me would say I am never stuck for words but on this occasion I was speechless.”

The car was supplied by Darlington dealership Sherwoods, and its managing director Alasdair MacConachie, who is also a Rotary member, said he was delighted to have offered the prize.

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