Banbury United Community Club Lottery
The aim of the Banbury United Community Club Lottery is to predict the three numbers that will be drawn out of a weekly draw that will take place every Friday at 3.00pm. Entry is £1 per ticket. The correct guess can win up to 50% of the Banbury United Community Club Lottery Fund after expenses and a 10% donation to the “Keep Horton General” official campaign.
All monies and entry tickets must be in by 10.00am on the day of the draw. The promoter will not be responsible for collectors failing to meet the deadline. No ticket, no claim. If no winner in any one week, that week’s prize will rollover and be added to the prize for the following week. Winners will have six days to claim the prize. If not claimed the prize money will be added to the next draw. You must be 16 years of age or over to play the Banbury United Community Club Lottery.
The winning numbers will be advertised in the Banbury Guardian, on the Banbury United official website www.banburyunitedfc.co.uk and the club’s official Facebook and Twitter pages.
All proceeds above and beyond expenses, prizes and a 10% donation to the “Keep Horton General” official campaign will go to Banbury United Community Football Club.
The promoter’s decision is final. Promotor: Mark Allitt, 81 Warwick Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX16 2AL on behalf of the Friends of Banbury United Community Football Club.
The Banbury United Community Football Club is Licensed by Cherwell District Council Number 19/LOT 00907.
The first draw will take place on Friday 7th June 2019.
You can play as follows either:
Complete and send to the promoter a lottery application and standing order form, selecting your three numbers. You will then be entered into each week’s draw with these three numbers. You will can download the form by clicking
You can buy lottery tickets for each week’s draw at various local retail outlets as follows:
Banbury United Football Club
Kiosk in Castle Quay Centre
Banbury Print and Design
The Swan Public House
John Nicholls Building and Plumbing Merchants (Banbury)
John Nicholls Building and Plumbing Merchants (Kidlington)
Star UK Travel
Micheal Jones Jeweller
Magenta Self Storage
Eat Art Ink
The Dog and Gun Public House
General Foods Sports and Social Club
The Cross Public House
Three Pigeons Public House
Easington Public House
The following are drop off points for supporters selling tickets:
• 81 Warwick Road, Banbury – Mark Allitt
• 9 Bleinheim Rise Kings Sutton
• 14 Stanwell Drive Middleton Cheney – Sharon Wright
• 95 Nursery Drive Banbury – Geoff Gray
• 31 Beaconsfield Road Bodicote
• 24 Canterbury Close Banbury - Roger Davis
• 9 Samuelson Court Banbury – Kevin Preedy
• 10 Edward Street Banbury - Ken Hopkins
• 28 Woodhall Drive Banbury
• 38 High Acres Banbury Jill Wade
Supporters requiring a supply of tickets to sell to family and friends etc. can email firstname.lastname@example.org and arrangements will be made
Thanks to John Nicholls Building and Plumbing Merchants for sponsoring the Banbury United Community Club Lottery
The Banbury United Community Club Lottery supports the Keep The Horton General Campaign
If you have any queries at all about the lottery then please email