Happy 1st Birthday to Chiltern and South Bucks Lottery
The Chiltern and South Bucks Lottery will be one year old on Sunday (25/11).
In its first year, more than £21,000 has been raised through the Chiltern and South Bucks Lottery which has helped 50 local good causes.
The community lottery is an excellent way to help local charities and community organisations raise funds, with 60p from every £1 ticket sale going direct to charities, voluntary organisations and other good causes.
People who have taken part in the lottery in its first year have won £3475 between them, plus 1905 free tickets.
Some of the local groups who have raised the most money so far are Chalfont Wasps FC, Holmer Green Cricket Club, South Bucks Riding for the Disabled and Stoke Poges Singers.
If you'd like to take part in the lottery for your chance to win up to £25,000 and help good causes, please visit the website. You can also now purchase gift vouchers.