Hertford Sports Club has £2,000 Lottery winner!
08 July 2021
Sele Farm Bowls Club on Hartham Common celebrated the other week when one of their long-time club members won £2,000 in the East Herts Lottery.
Secretary Stan Kelley said the club was thrilled that a supporter had won a large cash prize. He encouraged others to play the East Herts Community Benefit Lottery saying,
“Most people have a go on a lottery but try the local one instead as the chances of winning are far higher than the national lottery. Stick with it and enjoy the fun of potentially winning.”
He added that another of their members had won £250.
The club, which was established in 1967, registered on the East Herts Lottery last year and according to Stan, it has been very worthwhile as the club has already raised £780. The income will be used to improve the clubhouse and maintain the bowls green which is a big expense for the club.
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