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Lottery


The Newport Cottage Care Centre (NCCC) Lottery is an invaluable source of income in helping meet the mounting running costs of the Care Centre, which increase annually in line with inflation. The value of your support for this unique Newport charity cannot be underestimated.

 

The Lottery costs just £1 a month and you can join at any time.

Entry for a whole year, therefore, costs just £12 (with a minimum entry of 5 months - £5).   There are four prizes each month of £150, £50, £25 and £10 plus in December only, these prizes are double in value to £300, £100, £50, and £20 for a bumper Christmas prize bonus for those entering for a twelve month period. In addition, you can also buy entries as gifts for other people ie birthdays, Christmas and thank-you presents.

 

How To Play

 

It is a simple lottery to enter; after deciding how many numbers you require, please complete the entry form, which you can download here and return it to the Care Centre along with your payment (cash, cheque or standing order) and we will do the rest.

 

Once you have been entered we will send you a receipt with the numbers allocated.   To reduce administrative overheads we prefer that payment be made for the full 12 months so one (1) number costs £12 and, for example five (5) numbers cost £60.

 

If you can’t join for the full twelve months you can enter at any time at a cost of £1 per month, up to the following October, e.g. join in March, buy 1 number and pay £8. Please note though that due to administrative costs, the nominal cost of £5 will have to be paid even for numbers taken up from June onwards.  

 

The draw is held on the third Wednesday of each month from November through to October, and winning numbers are published in the Newport Advertiser and Nova News. They are also displayed at the League of Friends Shop in Baddeley Court.  

 

We DO need more players so get your friends to enter. More forms? More information? Ring our hot line on 01952 820893 or e-mail us at info@newport-care.org

 

Don Shaw, Trustee