Audlem Town Hall 20-week draw

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The Audlem Town Hall 20-week draw is a fund-raining event held each year.

Tickets cost £10 each, and each ticket is in the draw for the three £10 prizes drawn each week from February. Then on the final (20th) week draw in July, there are special prizes of £250, £150, £100 and £50.

Weekly Prize-winning tickets

Week No Ticket No Ticket No Ticket No
1 28 208 145
2 18 191 131
3 171 252 52
4 244 89 17
5 15 10 4
6 45 65 35
7 235 53 58
8 19 189 250
9 122 86 205
10 13 28 17
11 4 166 3
12 219 166 141
13 137 175 149
14 233 103 156
15 46 134 158
16 125 175 177
17 163 222 83
18 60 165 244
19 68 82 165

20th week prizes

Prize Value Ticket No
FIRST £250 196
SECOND £150 207
THIRD £100 72
FOURTH £50 108

Thank you to all for their support with this annual fundraising event.

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