Win a Wellbeing Getaway: Broughton Sanctuary Fundraiser for Ukrainian Refugees

We are raising funds for Fundacja Nabierz Ducha, a Polish foundation involved in helping Ukrainian refugees with humanitarian aid and raising children’s spirits with the donation of gifts.

Henryk Staszewski volunteers for the Foundation. Henryk is risking his life on a regular basis, delivering food, medicines and fuel to the Ukraine and evacuating mothers and children from the war zone. If it wasn’t for Henryk’s courage and bravery, most of the women and children would have no chance of escaping.

Henryk is also a friend of our in-house chef, Radek Sass.


How to Enter

Enter our competition to have the chance of winning a 3-night weekend or mid-week wellbeing break in The Manse, one of our recently renovated Holiday Homes with wellbeing activities and surprises included – for up to 8 people! With a complimentary hamper and flowers on arrival, use of Avalon Wellbeing Centre’s facilities, a tour of Broughton Hall, and wellbeing activities ranging from wild swimming and a woodland sauna, to forest bathing, hiking or mountain biking, the winner and up to 7 of their friends or family members will enjoy all our 3000-acre Sanctuary has to offer.

Tickets cost £5 each, and you can buy as many tickets as you like to increase your chances of winning, and to improve the lives of the Ukranian refugees.


Click here to enter



About the Manse

A newly restored luxurious country getaway that provides a stylish base from which to explore the spectacular countryside of the 3,000-acre Broughton Sanctuary. Fully renovated in 2021, The Manse sleeps up to 8 people across 4 bedrooms. The cottage was stripped back to its original 19th Century features and transformed from floor-to-ceiling with new fittings, furniture and appliances.

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The Manse Conservatory Broughton Hall Estate

About Our Sanctuary

Our beautiful Sanctuary in Yorkshire is home to Avalon, a start-of-the-art Wellbeing Centre, numerous Holiday Homes, and an exclusive use historic house; Broughton Hall. We are also currently undertaking a large Nature Recovery programme, planting 50,000 trees and turning one-third of our land to a much wilder state.

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