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The Friends of St James the Less Church, Lower Tatham, have launched a "100 Club" in order to raise funds for the development and maintenance of the Church building.
For those who are not familiar with a "100 Club" the idea is that people give a monthly amount to the Club. At present this amount is set at a minimum of only £5 per month.
Depending on the amount you give, you will be allocated one or more entries into a prize draw each month. 35% of the total raised is returned in prizes to lucky winners chosen at random.
Since the 100 Club has been formed, it has raised around £15,500 & paid out around £5,500 in prizes, making around £10,000 available for improvements in the Church.
There is a one in three chance of winning.......better odds than the lottery!
The last draw took place on Monday, 13th November 2017.
The winners for this draw were:
1st prize: £105 - Jane Roscoe ; 2nd prize: £52.50 - Isobel Hilton ; 3rd prize: £26.25 - Linda Kirkby
The next draw will probably take place on Sunday, 24th December 2017 at the Church after the usual Christmas Eve service, which starts at 6.30 pm.
Further details and a registration form/leaflet can be downloaded from this site by clicking on the links above.
In addition, forms/leaflets are available in Wray Post Office and in the Church or contact Sue Wood - email: email@example.com or telephone: 07703 848430 or 015242 21170.
There are currently 105 members in the club.
The prize draws usually take place after the Church Service on the 2nd Sunday in the month, unless there is an appropriate function in the month to hold the draw at.
The Church Services on these Sundays are usually "Morning " Services & invariably commence at 11 am.
Good luck with the draw which not only provides the chance of winning cash prizes but also gives the added satisfaction of knowing you are supporting this beautiful part of our heritage and helping to preserve it for ourselves and future generations.