Terms and Conditions

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  • Promotion
    • The Pembrokeshire Lottery (the "Lottery") will be promoted and administered by the Investing In Pembrokeshire Society Limited, a company limited by guarantee.
    • The Lottery is promoted in furtherance of the aim to promote industry and commerce within Pembrokeshire.
    • The Investing in pembrokeshire Society reserves the right to photograph winners or use winners names for publicity purposes.
  • Licensing
    • The Lottery is licensed under the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976 and registered with the Gambling Commission of Great Britain. It will operate within the Law and Gambling Commission guidelines.
    • All policy matters will be undertaken by the Investing in Pembrokeshire Society Board, who will meet not less than twice a year.
    • All operational matters will be undertaken by the Manager, appointed by the Board and accountable to them on any matters relating to the Lottery, the entrants or the draw.
  • Proceeds
    • All proceeds, after the payment of winnings and controlled expenses, such as the employment of staff to administer the Lottery, will be made available to the Investment Panel of the Investing in Pembrokeshire Society for the furtherance of its aims.
  • Entry
    • The Lottery is cashless. Entry can be paid by standing order, cheque, postal order or through payroll deduction.
    • The lottery is open to all members of the public over the age of 16 excluding employees of Investing in Pembrokeshire Society.
    • All loan recipients are to be entrants in the Lottery for the duration of the loan.
    • The price of a Lottery ticket is £1.
    • Each participant must complete an application form with payment details, which must be forwarded in the first instance to Pembrokeshire Lottery, Suite 16 Cedar Court, Havens Head Business Park, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire SA73 3LS
    • Entries received into the Pembrokeshire Lottery office will be allocated a number and confirmation of entry stating the lottery number, player's name and address (as per lottery database) and date of entry into the draw will be sent to the player.
    • Subscribers will not be entered into the draw until a payment has been received.
    • Non-payment will invalidate an entry. Not payment includes circumstances where:
      • the standing order has been cancelled by the account holder,
      • the standing order has not been paid by the bank for any reason,
      • the postal order/cheque entry has not been renewed,
      • confirmation from employers of payroll contributions ceasing.
    • In the event of any variance between a subscribers payments and lottery records, evidence of payment into the Lottery may be required.
  • Refunds
    • Refunds will only be given where an error has been made.
  • Prizes
    • The weekly prize shall be £2,000 payable by cheque. The cheque will be made payable to the name of the winning player as per the entry recorded by the Lottery database.
    • 8,000 Superdraws will be held for one week only during the months of March, June and September. The £10,000 Christmas Superdraw will be held for one week only during December. All Superdraw prizes replace the weekly £2,000 prize and are not in addition to it. Superdraw prizes will also be paid by cheque.
    • Prizes do not have to be claimed, employees of the Investing in Pembrokeshire Society will contact winners.
  • Company Ceases to Trade
    • The Investing in Pembrokeshire Society reserves the right to stop the lottery at any time. In this event, the weekly draw will take place for a maximum of 13 weeks.
    • All active players at the date of decision to cease the Lottery will be notified accordingly, in writing.
    • Any prepayments beyond 13 weeks will be refunded.
  • Cancellation
    • Cancellation of an entry is at the onus of the player or in the event of death, their estate.
    • It is the responsibility of each player to notify Pembrokeshire Lottery of any change in banking and personal details.
  • The Draw
    • The draw will be undertaken by any third party and administered and witnessed by Pembrokeshire Lottery employees, using the custom built database programme.
    • With the agreement of the judges, employees of Pembrokeshire Lottery may perform the draw, if it is not practically possible for an independent representative to do so.
    • The draw will take place on a mid-weekly basis or equivalent to equate to 52 required draws per annum. With the permission of the judges a maximum of 3 draws may take place in advance or retrospectively in the event of staff absences or inavailablity of independent representatives.
    • In the event of an error, the lottery for that week will be declared void and a fresh lottery shall take place within 48 hours of the original being declared void.
    • The Board of Directors are judges in the event of any error in the draw, multiple draws having to take place and/or any query as to the outcome of the draw. The judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into concerning the allocation of prizes.
    • Immediate family members of Lottery staff are not allowed to play

The purchase of a chance in the lottery implies acceptance of the scheme and its rules and conditions. Signature of the application form by the player shall be taken as agreement to the terms & conditions.

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