2017 Raffle Items

Sports Knee 2017 After Dinner Raffle

The following items have were generously donated for the after-dinner raffle in aid of the Andy Sprowson Memorial Fellowship by supporters of the Warwick Orthopaedics Sports Knee 17 Conference. We raised over £4,000!

Porsche Driving Experience

Porsche Driving Experience

This prize is for one driver to drive a selected Porsche at the Porsche Driving Experience Centre at Silverstone.



His‘n’Hers Fitbit® Blaze Pair

Fitbit Blaze

Get fit in style with a smart fitness watch built with revolutionary features like PurePulse® heart rate, Connected GPS, on-screen workouts and more.



‘Tablerone’ Operating Table Support


The ‘Tablerone’ is a knee positioner, which is quick and easy to assemble and allows the surgeon to maintain the knee at 65, 90 and 115 degrees of flexion without having to manually adjust any table attachments.


Joint Operations

One Free Place at Sports Knee 2019

Sports Knee 2019

This prize is for one free place at the Sports Knee 2019 Conference to be held in November 2019.

Two Bottles of Rosé Champagne + a bottle of Icewine

Rosé Champagne

From an anonymous donor.

A bottle of Champagne

Rosé Champagne

From the Hilton Honors Hotel.

Andy Sprowson

The Andy Sprowson Memorial Fellowship

Andy’s wife Louise, supported by colleagues at the University Hospital and at Warwick Medical School, has established a fund for a memorial fellowship. The plan is to award a fellowship every year to a young orthopaedic surgeon, physiotherapist or nurse who will learn something new or do some research that will help to improve the care of orthopaedic patients.

If you would like to support the Memorial Fellowship, please visit the Virgin Money Giving page by clicking the button below.

Donation Page

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