The ‘100 Club’ is open to anyone who is a member of Keighley Labour Party and is a great opportunity to not only have a bit of fun, but also help fund the Party locally.
How does it work?
- Each member of the 100 Club pays in £4 a month, £2 goes towards the prize pot and £2 to the Constituency funds.
- Each member is then allocated a number. This is determined alphabetically using their surnames.
- Three numbers are then randomly drawn. The first number drawn will win half the money in the months prize pot. Two further numbers are also drawn, each winning a quarter of the prize pot.
- The lucky winners will receive a payment into the bank account that they pay their standing order from.
It is as simple as that!
All you have to do to sign up is complete the following form and post it to Bob Cryer House, 35 Devonshire Street, Keighley, BD21 2BH.
The more people who join the larger the prizes become and the more we can give to the constituency funds.
We so far have 58 members. This means £116 a month goes to our party funds, which is £1,392 annually. It also means we currently pay out £116 in prizes each month: a first prize of £58 and two second prizes of £29 each.
It is a fantastic way for you to make practical difference to our local funds. This is a major part of our income and we need more members to join so we can fight this Tory government.
The draw is usually conducted towards the end of each month at the Worth Valley Branch meeting, using a random number generator app. However, during lockdown the first three numbers drawn from the National Lottery on the last Saturday of the month, have been used.