Flying The Flag

Win a UNIQUE Minipop Icons flag signed by ALL the UK winners of Eurovision, and Sir Terry Wogan & Graham Norton! 5 EUROS PER ENTRY RAFFLE + You can enter as many times as you want!

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We fund research and provide support to improve blood cancer patients' lives


The Flag

Bienvenue and welcome to your chance to win a piece of Eurovision history - an exclusive Union Flag designed by the professional illustrator Ben Morris renowned for his Minipop Icons.  It has been signed fully by all the UK winners : Sandie Shaw (1967), Lulu (1969) Brotherhood of Man - Martin Lee, Lee Sheriden, Nicky & Sandra Stevens (1976), Bucks Fizz - Bobby G, Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan, Jay Aston (1981), Katrina & The Waves - Katrina Leskanich, Alex Cooper, Vince de la Cruz, Kimberley Rew (1997).  The flag has also been signed by the BBC Eurovision commentators  Graham Norton and Sir Terry Wogan!


The Raffle

Each single entry into the draw will cost a 5 Euro donation. However you may enter as many times as you wish either in single donations of 5 Euro or multiples of 5 Euros eg. A 20 Euro donation will give you 4 raffle entries.

IMPORTANT: When entering the raffle on this page, please do NOT select to add Gift Aid to this donation. If you do select to add Gift Aid, this entry will not be counted in the raffle, but will rather be a general donation to the page.

From the UK only,you can DONATE by SMS, however unfortunately all such donations CANNOT be entered in the draw for the flag.  To make a donation by SMS just text FLAG99 followed by the amount you wish to donate. EG FLAG99 £10

To allow Flying The Flag to contact you if you win, please select to share your details with the page owner.


My Story

My name is Karen, a primary school teacher, mother of two children and a Eurovision Fan! I watched last year’s Eurovision Final in an isolation room having just received a Stem-Cell Transplant which saved my life after my Acute Myeloid Leukaemia relapsed.

I am now doing well and will once again be enjoying this year’s contest but this time in Malmö itself and not from a lonely hospital bed. However I know without the dedicated research of such groups as Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research, it is unlikely that I would be here today.  So please enter this raffle knowing that, as well as being in with a chance of winning such a unique Eurovision item, your contribution will help all those suffering from this awful disease.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the wonderful Ben Morris who has so generously donated his time and talents to the creation of the fantastic flag and flyers and also helped with the campaign as a whole. Thanks so much Ben we could of not done this without you! 

Thanks also go to Joel Hammer now of the BBC World Service and also to Harry Beer and the Malcolm Boyden show on BBC Radio Oxford for their interest and also coping with the huge logistical challenge of the project!

I was also delighted when W12P and Oystermouth Radio agreed to become our official partners and I would in particular like to thank Joel Bennet for all his support.

Finally I would like to thank you for your time clicking on over here and for your generous support in helping to fight the battle against blood cancer.  Good Luck in the raffle!

Saving all my kisses for you!

Karen xxx

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Blood Cancer UK

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We're dedicated to beating blood cancer. We fund research and support those affected. Since 1960, we've invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives. The day we beat blood cancer is now in sight and our researchers are determined to finish the job.

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