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Rotary Club of Chichester Centenary 200 Club

Become a member of the 200 club today, Celebrate with us on      reaching 100 years of Service within the Community

Win cash prizes


The aim of this 200 club is to raise regular funds for use by Club, Charity & Community

 through a private society lottery.

Tickets can be purchased by Club members, family, friends and supporters of Rotary; the 200 Club will be advertised on the Club website, village news, & to other Rotary Clubs.

The number of tickets needed to be sold to be able to receive the target prize amount on winning each month is 200 Individual tickets.

Until the maximum of 200 is reached 50% of funds raised will be paid out pro rata in accordance with the maximum prizes detailed below.Maximum numbers would permit:

1st prize £250.       2nd  prize £150.    3rd Prize £100

The prize draw will take place in the last week of each month and the winning ticket number will be read out at a Club meeting and published in our monthly magazine Spokes and relayed to the winner by our Rotary Club organiser.  

200 weekly numbered tickets are available at £1.50 each, £6 per month. Each individual ticket will be numbered from 1-200.  This number will remain allocated up to the time it is no longer sold, and can then be allocated to another member.

Tickets can be purchased by standing order, a form will be sent to each purchaser by the Club’s Treasurer with the bank details.

It is intended to make the first draw on the last Tuesday in October 2020.

Ticket enquiries to:

John W Parham.     johnwilliamparham22@gmail.com

Mob: 07836 289232

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Madgwick Lane

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