Lottery raises thousands for Leigh Centurions

The Bolton News: Centurions Director Andy Mazey was on hand to receive both cheques on behalf of the club from Superleigh staff Christine Brown and Jonathan Simpkin Centurions Director Andy Mazey was on hand to receive both cheques on behalf of the club from Superleigh staff Christine Brown and Jonathan Simpkin

THOUSANDS of pounds have been raised by the Superleigh Lottery for Leigh Centurions.

A Faulty Towers Dining Experience held in the Banqueting Suite of Leigh Sports Village raised £937 by providing an evening of interactive live theatre.

A raffle, held throughout November and December, offered 30 treats including a top prize of £1,000 and made £2,513, meaning a total of £3,450 has been donated to the club.

Superleigh lottery manager Christine Brown said: "At this time of year every penny really does count and to raise an extra £3,450 is a great bonus for the club."

"We put a lot of work into making both these fundraisers as successful as they have been and we're very pleased with the end result. I hope that this goes some way to making life for the club a little bit easier."

The lottery is also running a special promotion, new members who join before January 31 will be entered into a draw with the chance to win hospitality for two people at a 2014 Leigh Centurions league fixture of their choice.

To join, contact 01942 487892 or email lottery@leighrl.co.uk.

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