Nadyne Carter and her family enjoyed an extra cheerful Mothers’ Day this year after winning a hamper given away by traders on Murray Bridge’s main street.
The Mothers’ Day draw attracted 1093 entries this year, up from 635 last year, due in part to the larger number of businesses who chose to get involved this time around.
The winning ticket came from a purchase at Gifts and Accessories.
Councillor and business owner Tyson Matthews drew the raffle on May 12.
Ms Carter and her daughter Ella were there to collect the prize.
On behalf of the raffle’s organisers, Lisa Hancock of antiques shop Anna Glenn thanked everyone who helped behind the scenes, 5MU, the council, The Standard, all the businesses who took part and the community members who entered.