Information about our Hundred Club

Immediate Past President Tony Neeson, the happy winner of the big prize in June 2013 being presented with his cheque.

In 1987, John King, a member of the Cambuslang Rotary Club and manager of the local RBS, proposed that the club should start a One Hundred Club.  The principle was to enable club members and supporters from the local community to contribute a regular small sum to the fund with the opportunity to be entered into a monthly prize draw.  As well as the prize fund there is also money held in a charitable reserve which is then used to support community projects, disaster appeals and make other charitable donations.

Members pay £5 a month for each number they hold and all numbers are entered into the monthly £100 prize draw.  In June and December the winning prize is increased to £1000! 

There are currently numbers available in the club and if anyone is interested in joining they should contact us through the website or speak to any club member.