Win the chance to step back in time in this week’s Potto Lotto draw

Published: Monday, 10th June 2019

In a special draw, players of Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s online lottery will be in with the chance of winning a family pass for a trip to Gladstone Pottery Museum.

Potto Lotto is a lottery scheme with a difference. It gives players the chance to win cash prizes of up to £25,000 and extra tickets, while making a difference to local causes that are signed up. For each £1 ticket sold, 50p goes directly to a good cause signed up to scheme, chosen by the player.

Potto Lotto was launched in May 2018 and over the year it has been running, 77 good causes and charities in Stoke-on-Trent have benefitted from a massive £42,650.40 that has been raised so far.

Since its launch, four lucky winners have won £2,000 each and five players have won £250 each. Many have also won £25 prizes and extra tickets.

Councillor Lorraine Beardmore, cabinet member for sport, culture and leisure said: “I’d like to thank Gladstone Pottery Museum for their kind prize donation, as well as all of our Potto Lotto supporters.

“Potto Lotto has been running for just over a year and it is a fantastic way to offer support to the many good and vital causes across Stoke-on-Trent.

"I'm confident Potto Lotto will continue to make a positive impact on our communities.

“I look forward to watching it continue to progress and would like to wish good luck to all of the players.”

The family ticket can be won tomorrow, on Saturday, June 8, 2019.

For current supporters, any tickets purchased for the week’s draw will be entered and all tickets bought by new supporters purchased until tomorrow before 8pm will count.

Potto Lotto draws take place every Saturday at 8pm.

If you would like to be in with the chance of winning these tickets or other cash prizes ranging from £25 to £25,000 every week and to support local causes signed up to Potto Lotto, go to for more information or to play.

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