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More cash prize winners revealed in the Exeter Community Lottery

Published: 30 October 2023

More cash prize winners revealed in the Exeter Community Lottery Lottery Winner

More Exeter Community Lottery players are celebrating after winning cash prizes in last weekend’s draw while raising much-needed funds for good causes in the city.

Mr M, from Exeter, who is raising funds for Hospital Radio Exeter, won £250. There were also two £25 winners who were both raising money for the Central Fund.

This month there’s an extra reason for people to take part after the latest prize draw was announced.

Players are getting the chance to win a £1,000 eGift Card for John Lewis & Waitrose, as a perfect way to prepare for Christmas. Just sign up for the usual weekly draw, or top-up with Super Draw-only tickets, before Saturday 25 November to be in with a chance to win. Regular players are entered automatically.

The biggest winners of all are the good causes being supported – around 90 organisations are set to benefit this year thanks to the Exeter Community Lottery.

When people play the weekly lottery they have a chance to choose which good cause to support. Fifty pence in every pound then goes to that cause, with 10p going towards the Exeter Central Fund. The rest of the money pays for prizes and administration.

Players can also choose to nominate the money to a central fund which then gets distributed among a host of good causes in the city.

Tickets cost £1 (via direct debit or debit card) with the following prizes up for grabs:

  • Match six balls and win £25,000
  • Match five balls and win £2,000
  • Match four balls and win £250
  • Match three balls and win £25
  • Match two balls and win three tickets

Draws take place every Saturday at 8pm with winners notified by email. Players can choose which cause to support when playing the Exeter Community Lottery.

To buy tickets for the Exeter Community Lottery or to register a good cause, visit

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