Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on communities worldwide Roscommon GAA and Club Rossie have taken the very difficult decision to defer our Win a Home in London Competition until the 30th of December 2020, when some level of normality will hopefully have returned for all of us. Click here for full details
Change your life for just €100
Win a Home at
London City Island
valued at £695,000
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From the Group Chief Executive of Ballymore
Roscommon is the hometown of Seán Mulryan, Group Chief Executive of Ballymore, who has long been a supporter of Roscommon GAA. Commenting on the Win a Home in London competition, Seán said “I am very pleased to be able to support the competition which will raise vital money for the redevelopment of Dr Hyde Park and the development of the Dermot Earley Centre of Excellence in Roscommon. I wish all of the participants the best of luck.” Find out more HERE
The 2018 winner: Kumar Gangah
In September 2018 Club Rossie, with the support of Ballymore, launched a competition with a top prize of a three bedroom home in Royal Canal Park, Dublin 15 worth €425,000.
The competition draw took place on December 20th and the lucky winner was Kumar Kangah. Kumar, who was originally from Mauritius, had been renting in County Dublin for a number of years and is now a home owner. Watch his story HERE
Win a Home in London – The Prize:
The winner of the “Win a Home in London” competition will receive the keys to number 502 Hercules House, 18 Botanic Square, London City Island E14 0LH.
This is a breath-taking two-bedroom apartment, by Ballymore, and can be found in the most idyllic location London City has to offer.
Dubbed a ‘mini-Manhattan,’ London City Island is situated a stone’s throw from Canary Wharf. It is home to some of the UK’s most important cultural institutions, including English National Ballet, London Film School and several leading art galleries. Find out more HERE
Win a Home in London is run by Roscommon GAA – the organisation responsible for the promotion of Gaelic Games and Irish Culture in County Roscommon, Ireland. It is an amateur, volunteer driven body which provides games and cultural activities for players from Under 6 to adult level and also fields representative teams which compete against teams from other counties. Club Rossie is a volunteer a sub-committee of the county executive and serves as the commercial and fundraising arm of Roscommon GAA. Find out more HERE.