By Tarvin Webteam - 15th November 2020 6:00am
The PTA, Partent Teachers Association, of Tarvin Primary School are launching a weekly lottery starting from Saturday, 5th December. Tickets for the lottery cost £1 per week, with a top prize of £25,000.
The Lottery is run and managed by the "Your School Lottery" which was launched 5 yeas ago to help schools facing growing financial pressure. There will be a draw every Saturday night when a 6 digit winning combination will be picked. Match all 6 and you win the jackpot of £25,000. There is a also a guaranteed winner for each school every Saturday which is drawn on a raffle basis, so there are two chances to win a prize.
Rachel Done, the new Chair of the PTA, said "the Tarvin Primary School Lottery has been set-up specifically to raise money and make a difference for Tarvin's young children. From every £1 ticket sold, 40p will go to the school and help towards our goals of buying new equipment for the Tarvin school children to support and enrich their education"
To buy tickets click here to take you to the Tarvin Primary School PTA facebook page where you will be able to click on their link to the Tarvin Primary School Your School Lottery webpage. You do not need to have children at the school in order to play the lottery.
Rachel Done said "It's a fantastic way to bring Parents, Carers, Teachers and the wider community together, in partnership with our school, and at the same time give something back. Your support is greatly appreciated and we wish you good luck!"
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