Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Eric Plenderleath - 12th April 2017 6:00am
St Andrew's Church needs continuous fund raising to cover the ever increasing cost of maintaining the magnificent 13th century building that so many people take for granted.
One of our ways of fund raising is our BONUS BALL, a monthly draw whereby members have the opportunity to win one of three cash prizes drawn on the first Sunday each month. The amount of the prizes is dependent on the number of participants in the scheme, as we have to retain just 50% of the income, but for the past three years we have been able to give out £100 prize money each month.
The BONUS BALL works as follows:-
For an annual subscription of £20, each member is allocated a number and these are entered in the monthly draw.
£10 of your membership fee helps to maintain the Church, £10 goes into the prize pot
The monthly prize-winning numbers are drawn at random, and the winners notified, and receive their winnings in cash.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in supporting St Andrew's Church, and you may apply for a single membership number or more.
The annual fee of £20 per number, must be paid in advance by 16th April and can be by cheque to "St Andrew's Church. Tarvin" If you are interested in using this way of supporting the Church, please contact Sandra Turner on 01829 749310, who will arrange for you to complete the necessary entry form.
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