KHIST 20-20 Lottery – November’s Results
The KHIST 2020 Lottery draw for November took place yesterday evening in the Aggborough Suite.
Once again we’d like to thank you all for your fantastic support whether you took part by standing order or bought a cash ticket. The Lottery continues to be a success and bolsters the Club’s cashflow, particularly the playing budget.
- 1st Prize – J Widdowson (2364) – £500.00
- 2nd Prize – S Colley (1237 – £300.00
- 3rd Prize – M Gayne (0163) – £150.00
- 4th Prize – A Osbourne (0563) – KHFC Hospitality For Two
- 5th Prize – P Smith (1386) – Two Matchday Tickets
- 6th Prize – K Pollard (2384) – £20 Cash
- 7th Prize – J Tomkins (0553) – £20 Cash
- 8th Prize – R Mountford (3055) – £20 Cash
- 9th Prize – C Jones (0954) – £20 Cash
- 1oth Prize – A Coffield (2953) – £10 Cash
- 11th Prize – M Griffin (2888) – £10 Cash
- 12th Prize – J Widdowson (2361) – £10 Cash
- 13th Prize – L Jones (1933) – Christmas Turkey
- 14th Prize – J Royall (2532) – Christmas Turkey
Winners of a Cash Prize can collect their winnings from the Club Shop from Monday 17th November.
We are currently accepting standing orders for the next draw on the 10th December 2014, which will take place at 8.00pm in The Harriers Arms, so, if you’ve not already signed up, why not do so now? The next draw will feature 14 prizes, an additional two, for a Christmas Turkey.
Complete the standing order mandate and return it to 12 Victory Close, Stourport On Severn, Worcestershire, DY13 9RN
We also accept payment by cheque for 12 months and we will continue to sell cash tickets monthly. They are now available from the Club Shop too, so ask when you call in.
Needless to say the more tickets that are sold the more that will be raised for our football club!
We always need more help from members and supporters to distribute cash tickets. If you feel you can help then please contact us. We are, of course, very grateful to the many companies/supporters for their continued support in selling lottery tickets.
Full 2020 Lottery details can be seen at www.khist.org.uk/?p=1227