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Once again the Public Hall is holding its annual 20-week draw. All proceeds go to the Public Hall, which this year is planning to refit the kitchen and bar.

The first draw will be made at the Valentine's Ball on February 10th. For the first 19 weeks there will be three prize winners of £10. In the final draw on June 23rd, there will be four lucky winners. The top prize is £250, 2nd prize is £150, third £100 and fourth £50.

The cost of a ticket is £10 — that's just 50p per week. Don't miss out on your chance to win.

Tickets are available from any committee member — Geoff Stretch, Janet Simmons, John Tilling, Margaret Edwards, Geoff Cope, Kate Down, Richard Furber, Frank Gillies, Roland Hall, Lesley Higham, Brian Lightfoot, Janet Morgan, Ruth Pryce or Geoff Seddon.

 

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