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A Grand Way To Support Your Community Today!

Published: Monday, 6 September, 2021

Sign up and support your local community today and not only will you be in with the chance of winning weekly cash prizes up to the £25,000 jackpot – and if you enter before 30th October, you will be in with the chance of winning £1000-worth of John Lewis vouchers.

There are more than 75 registered local causes that can be helped with a ticket purchase. It’s a fun way to help local good causes without giving up precious time. Tickets are £1 in the weekly draw where you get to choose exactly which local group you would like your money to go to.

60% of your ticket is paid directly to the cause you choose to support with an additional 10% going to further support causes in our local community. 20% covers the prize fund and the remaining 20% covers the administration costs associated with running the lottery.

“If you’re wanting to support a good cause or charity that is important to you the Lucky Severn Lottery is perfect,” said SDC Leader, Doina Cornell. “You’re not only able to give back to these organisations that may have suffered through Covid but you’re in with the chance of winning some fantastic prizes. It’s great to see how many people have signed up to play and hope that these number grow”

Unlike larger lotteries, 70% of your ticket purchase comes back into your community and the odds of winning a prize are much better, at just 50:1. It really is a win-win, even if you don’t win a prize you can be content in knowing that you are making a real difference to where we live.

Since its launch Lucky Severn Lottery has raised almost £55,000 for local charities and so far, more than 75 local groups have signed up.

To buy tickets go to www.luckysevernlottery.co.uk or call 01453 602960.

The draw is on the 30th October and the results will be announced at 8pm on the lottery website.

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