That’s right, if you play the North Herts Community Lottery on Saturday 25 March, you could win a trip to Center Parcs.
We are celebrating a whole year since the first draw, with over £20,000 going directly to local good causes! More than 700 people have won prizes so far, from extra tickets to £250, as well as £1,000 gift vouchers for John Lewis and a year's subscription to HelloFresh!
If you play usually, you don't need to do anything differently – your normal weekly ticket(s) will automatically enter you into the Center Parcs draw.
Cllr Keith Hoskins, Executive Member for Enterprise and Arts, said: “We’re so pleased with how our community lottery is going. Thank you to everyone buying tickets, and all the great causes including charities, youth groups, sports clubs, heritage organisations and conservation groups. It’s a real win-win with our communities directly benefitting.”
Have you played yet?
Tickets cost just £1 each with a 1 in 50 chance of winning an exciting prize, from three extra tickets, to the jackpot of £25,000 – that’s a better chance of winning than the National Lottery or Health Lottery!
There is a draw every Saturday night when a six-digit winning combination will be picked. From every £1, half (50p) goes directly to local good causes, 20p goes to prizes, 20p goes to our independent lottery management company Gatherwell to administer it, and 10p comes to a general council good causes fund – we have nearly £5,000 so far in the pot which is ringfenced for our own community work.
Local groups – would you like to sign up as a good cause?
We have 38 good causes signed up but there’s room for more – it’s quick and easy! You can register online using the link below, and once signed up you will receive 50% of all your ticket sales.
Visit the website to find out more and get your tickets: North Herts Community Lottery.
Keep up to date with the Lottery by following the Community Lottery on Twitter and Facebook.
The Center Parcs prize is open to anyone playing any of the Gatherwell local lotteries.
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