Potto Lotto launches bumper new bolt-on national prize in time for Spring

Published: Tuesday, 28th February 2023

A local lottery that supports good causes and community groups in Stoke-on-Trent is offering bumper prizes for subscribers.

Residents who sign up and support a good cause with Potto Lotto will not only be in with the chance of winning weekly cash prizes of up to £25,000, but if they enter before 25th March, they will be in with the chance of winning a trip to Centre Parcs, all for just £1 a week.

A sporty break? A relaxing weekend in the forest? Quality family time? Whatever a holiday means to you, you could be making the most of springtime at Centre Parcs - and supporting a good local cause too!The new national bolt-on prize for Centre Parcs runs from 1st March - 29th April 2023.

Tickets are just £1 in the weekly draw and you can choose exactly which good cause you would like your money to go to. Unlike larger lotteries, the majority of your ticket purchase comes back into the community and the odds of winning a prize are much better, at an amazing 50:1.

Karen Driver is a regular player of the online lottery game and was delighted to receive her £250 prize and is very happy to see the benefits going to supporting her local good cause.

Karen said: “I’ve been playing Potto Lotto for about three years now supporting Penkhull Village Hall. It’s a good way to fund local causes that are dear to your heart. 

“I have won extra tickets in the past but was thrilled to find out I had won the biggest prize and was totally unexpected.” 

Councillor Lorraine Beardmore, Cabinet member for Culture, Leisure and Public Health said: “Potto Lotto is a novel way that residents can support good causes in their community with the chance of winning prizes themselves in the process.

“It is a good all year-round fund-raising solution which helps to give back to the community by supporting local groups.

“60 per cent of the money you spend on your ticket goes to local charities and good causes in Stoke-on-Trent. Even if you don’t win a cash prize you are still making a real difference in your community.”

Full details of the local good causes that are supported, and how to buy a ticket, are available online. Residents can also see a breakdown of how much of your money goes to good causes by visiting: https://www.pottolotto.co.uk.