29 September 2018
The Wayland Partnership Development Trust delivers projects across Watton & the surrounding area, including the Men's Shed, Community Fridge & Dragonfly Community Gallery. Already holding a & Dementia Cafe, they've recently completed work on their Memory Garden.
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By Breckland's good causes - thank you for making a difference! Choose from 58 live causes to donate your ticket money.
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Just a few of the causes you can support...
The Daisy Programme is a lifeline for those affected by domestic abuse & they are raising vital core funds through Our Breckland Lottery. Daisy Programme services are free to clients, but not free to provide. £6.00 can pay for a volunteer's mileage to support a desperate client for one hour. £20.00 covers an hour's counselling, for which there is a waiting list.
PACT Animal Sanctuary (top - bottom)
Garden Science Trust
Wymondham & Attleborough Talking Newspaper
All valuable causes raising awareness of their work through the Lottery. There's no limit on the number of groups you can buy tickets for & each one gets 50% of the ticket money!
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The first ever jackpot winner of Breckland Council's Our Breckland Lottery has claimed the prize of £25,000. The player, from Watton matched all six numbers on their £1 ticket. The council...