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‘Tis The Season To Make A Difference Today – Play Lucky Severn Lottery

Published: Tuesday, 9 November, 2021

Sign up to support Lucky Severn Community Lottery before 1 January and be in with the chance of winning £1,000 of Decathlon.co.uk vouchers.

The vouchers can be redeemed towards clothing and equipment for more than 70 sports from running, cycling and yoga, to skiing, camping and climbing, as well as sports nutrition and body care products.

The prize is open to all players of the Lucky Severn Community Lottery who sign up to play before 1 January 2022.

Go into the New Year knowing that you are making a real difference to a good cause, and have the chance of winning £1,000 towards getting active in 2022.

Lucky Severn Community Lottery is a fun and easy way to help local good causes. Tickets cost £1 in the weekly draw and players can choose which local group they would like their money to support.

Fifty pence of each ticket is paid directly to a player’s nominated cause with an additional 10p going to further other good causes in our community. Twenty pence covers the prize fund and the remaining 20p covers administration costs associated with running the lottery.

More money comes back into our community than larger lotteries and the odds of winning a prize are much better, at an amazing 50:1. If you don’t win a prize you can be content in knowing that you are making a real difference to where you live.

Since its launch Lucky Severn Community Lottery has raised more than £50,000 for 81 local charities and community groups, from animal shelters and youth groups to school PTAs and community shops.

Cllr Doina Cornell, leader of Stroud District Council said:

“Buying a weekly ticket to the Lucky Severn Community Lottery can make a big difference to local groups in our district.

“It’s an easy way to give back to not-for-profit organisations, especially for busy people who aren’t able to volunteer their time.”

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

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