Barking and Dagenham Superdraw Lottery to hold a Christmas draw

PUBLISHED: 10:16 03 December 2018 | UPDATED: 10:35 03 December 2018

Previous winner, Kelly Barber, with leader of Barking and Dagenham Council, Darren Rodwell, and her prize. Picture: LBBD

Previous winner, Kelly Barber, with leader of Barking and Dagenham Council, Darren Rodwell, and her prize. Picture: LBBD


The Barking and Dagenham charity lottery is returning for its Christmas special.

The Superdraw Lottery raises funds for good causes and charities across the borough.

The Christmas lottery, which will be drawn on December 15, will include the usual £25,000 top prize, along with a Playstation 4, a year’s membership at the gym, a spa treatment at Abbey Leisure Centre and a family ticket to the Beauty and the Beast panto at the Broadway Theatre.

The prizes have been sponspored by RNB Builders and Greentherm, who’ve contributed £1,000 and £250 respectively.

Robert Slattery, director of RNB Builders, said: “As a local business, we believe it is only right that we support the community as much as possible.

“We are thrilled that we are able to support the Barking and Dagenham Lottery and help the good causes continue their great work.”

Tickets cost £1 and there’s a one in 50 chance of winning. To enter, visit

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