A WORKING Lego railway set and a giant Christmas hamper are just some of the prizes that are set to be won in a Rotary Club's Christmas draw.

In the days running up to Christmas, Richmond Rotary Club will hold this year's Christmas draw in aid of charities from across the county.

On December 23, the club which was established in 1955, will award a series of prizes to lucky draw winners at the event in Richmond Town Hall.

Among the prizes, a fully-working Lego railway complete with working motorboats and its very own lake will form the main prize of the event.

The railway set, which has been carefully designed and built by Richmondshire Rotarian Ian Armstrong, has been based on a 'Winter Wonderland' scene according to the club.

A giant Christmas Hamper and a case full of wine is also up for grabs.

Chris Kirby, Richmond Rotary Club president, said: "The unique first prize makes this a very special draw and every pound raised will be used to support important local charities.

"We remain very grateful to our supporters who last year enabled the draw to contribute over £1000 to our local communities."

Tickets for the Christmas draw can be purchased at Richmond Christmas Market in the Market Place on Sunday, December 8.

Tickets for the event can also be purchased from any Rotarian.

The Christmas draw will begin at 11am on Monday, December 23.