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£2,000 Tandridge Together Lottery winner


£2,000 Tandridge Together Lottery winner

Last Saturday, one of our lottery supporters scooped the second highest prize of £2,000 in the Tandridge Together Lottery draw and two other lucky winners won £250. They were just three of the 46 winners who all won prizes on Saturday night.

Mark Elsey from Redhill, said: “I’m so pleased to have won £2,000. I plan to spend my winnings buying a new cross trainer. It’ll be nice to have some new gym equipment I can use safely at home during the lockdown! I am really pleased to support Rescue Remedies Dog Rescue. In the past my wider family volunteered as dog walkers. which led us to adopting a rescue dog.”

The next draw is on Saturday 23 January and 50p from each £1 ticket goes to good causes in the Tandridge district. Anyone buying a ticket can select the local good cause from those registered on the website.

Players are in with a chance of winning cash prizes including the £25,000 jackpot. Players who buy tickets between now and Saturday 27 February will also have a chance of winning one of five £100 Etsy gift vouchers and £100 for their chosen good cause.

By supporting our lottery, players have raised more than £200,000 for local charities and voluntary organisations. These funds help our local good causes deliver the valuable work they do for our residents and the district. Since Covid-19 many of these good causes have had their funds depleted as fundraising events have had to be cancelled and rely on their income from this lottery.

Tickets are available to buy at www.tandridgelottery.co.uk and residents who don’t have access to the internet can also take part by calling 01883 460555


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