Please note that it has been decided that the 200 club will not hold any more draws whilst the hall is closed during the current coronavirus crisis and that participants will carry forward their subscription until the 12 draws have taken place.
The 200 Club is a mini-lottery organised by the Management Committee of Beeding & Bramber Village Hall in order to continue with a programme of refurbishment and redecoration. You pay a subscription of £1 per month for each number (more than one number allowed) and get the chance to win cash every month!
50% of the proceeds are returned in prizes and the net balance will contribute to the Hall Management Committee funds.
How much will it cost?
The subscription is £1 per month for every number you wish to reserve in the Club. This is paid by cheque for 6 or 12 month periods. You can subscribe for as many numbers as you like. The more numbers you subscribe to, the higher are your chances of winning. Unfortunately, we cannot collect cash monthly.
Who can join?
The 200 Club is open to anyone aged 18 years or over. Help us by recruiting as many members as possible. Please photocopy the application form overleaf for further copies.
How does the draw work?
When you have paid your subscription, your number (or numbers) will be reserved for you and you will be advised accordingly. Numbered tokens which have been subscribed to will be put into a bag and will be drawn at random by an independent witness. The draw will be made at the meetings of the Hall Management Committee and at one of the regular user meetings in the months when no Hall meeting is scheduled. Winners will be notified as soon as possible after the draw by telephone or email.
For more information or for further application forms, please contact Jean Armour-Milne, 13 Barn End, Henfield, BN5 9LD , tel 01273 493184, email: email@example.com .
Beeding & Bramber Village Hall is a registered charity – Number 305435
Prizes will be awarded as 30% 12.5% and 7.5% of the total receipts rounded down to the nearest pound.
These percentages and the number of prizes may be varied in the event of significant under or over subscription.
The 200 Club is registered with Horsham District Council under the Gambling Act 2005, registered number B/09 and a promoter is appointed each year by Beeding & Bramber Village Hall Management Committee.
The 200 Club administrators reserve the right to close the club in the event of unsatisfactory initial take up or if the membership falls below an acceptable level. In the event of this happening all members will be notified and money returned for months un-drawn.
Data protection: Membership information will be held in a computer database but will not be passed on to any third parties.