The Yorkshire Pride Lottery launched its brand new format this week, bringing in a brand new opportunity to win £500 EVERY WEEK!
Members of the lottery found their subs increased to £2 a week in order to accomodate the new prize structure, with fees also going towards supporting the Club’s emerging stars and charities.
This year, the Yorkshire Pride Lottery is supporting the Bowlers Screening Project, which aims to discover hairline fractures early to prevent career damaging injuries in young bowlers. The project is unique in cricket and is being heavily supported by the Yorkshire County Cricket Club and the ECB.
The Lottery also supports the Club’s official charity, this year children’s hospice Martin House. Based in Wetherby, the hospice offers 24 hour care for children and their families from all over Yorkshire and relies solely on fundraising and contributions.
Members of the lottery will now receive even more opportunities to win cash prizes, with one lucky member winning the jackpot of £500 each week. Ten £10 winners will be picked each week and opportunities to win signed merchandise and tickets will be available regularly.
The first £500 draw was pulled out at The Yorkshire County Cricket Club’s Opening Season Lunch, where the winner was a Mr Mike Bridge.