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Exeter Community Lottery player scoops £250 cash prize

Published: 3 June 2024

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One lucky player scooped a £250 cash prize in the Exeter Community Lottery at the weekend.

The prize was won by a player raising money for FREEMOOVEMENT, the volunteer-led activity group in Exeter. Three other players won £25, and 38 won three free tickets.

Exeter Community Lottery is a lottery for the people, by the people. It’s a fun way to help good causes without giving up precious time.

So many good causes across Exeter are currently benefitting from the Community Lottery.

And there’s an extra reason for playing the Exeter Community Lottery in the coming weeks.  Those who sign up before Saturday 29 June will be in with a chance of winning a £1,000 Amazon Gift Card.

Tickets are just £1 in the weekly draw, and those playing can choose exactly which good cause they would like their money to go to.

More of people’s money goes to the chosen cause than with any other major lottery – players can see the exact breakdown, where every penny goes, on the Exeter Community Lottery website.

With the latest Super Draw, players can also buy extra tickets to ‘top-up’ for Super Draw week – or if they don’t want weekly tickets, they can buy tickets just for the Super Draw.

One lucky winner of the Super Draw prize will have a chance to shop the latest electronics, including smartphones, laptops, and smart home devices or fill their library with their favourite books, or music.

With £1,000 to spend, it’s a chance to grab that luxury item or just take the pressure off and stock up on some everyday essentials.

Unlike larger lotteries, the majority of ticket purchase comes back into the community and the odds of winning a prize are much better, at an amazing 50:1. It really is a win-win for players, even if they don’t win a cash prize they can be content in knowing that they are making a real difference in Exeter.

Visit the website to see which good causes can be supported and buy a ticket today at

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