Broadland: Chance to win luxury forest staycation

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Sign up to the Broadland Community at Heart Lottery and support your local community today for just £1 per ticket.

You will not only be in with the chance of winning weekly cash prizes up to the £25,000 jackpot but if you enter before 28 August, you will be in with the chance of winning a Luxury Forest Staycation!

The prize is a break worth £1,000 with Forest Holidays who have a variety of locations situated in some of the UKs most beautiful forests from Scotland to Cornwall, Snowdonia to Norfolk, and more.

Since the pandemic hit local good causes will need even more support to recover over the coming months, even years. The Community at Heart Lottery is a fun and easy way to help your community without giving up precious time.

Since its launch the Community at Heart Lottery has raised more than £15,000 for local charities and so far, more than 55 local groups have signed up. 50p of the £1 ticket goes directly to your chosen good cause with 10p going to the community fund, used to further support local good causes.

Cllr Trudy Mancini-Boyle, Deputy Leader of Broadland District Council, said: “Playing our lottery is a great way to show your support for a local good cause close to your heart and be in with a chance of winning one of the fantastic prizes, so don’t miss out. Buying tickets online is quick and easy, and we have 54 different groups you can choose from to give your support to directly.”

It really is a win-win for you and your community. One group benefiting is Norwich Door To Door. Its Funding and Community Engagement Manager, Kathleen Shirley, said: “We have been hugely affected by the pandemic, losing much-needed income from the events and community fundraising opportunities that were cancelled. Funds received through the lottery help keep our buses on the road and our community connected.”

To buy tickets go to our lottery website. The draw is on the 28 August and the results will be announced at 8pm on the lottery website.

Published: 2 July 2021