Sign up for the Lifeboat Lotto for a triple bonus

Charity subscriptions make a great present for friends and family.

If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that each week, On The Wight publishes the winning numbers for the Independent Lifeboat Lotto.

The Lotto has been of great benefit to the independent lifeboat stations on the Island, because it provides them with another revenue stream, without them having to fundraise. As you probably know, the independent lifeboat stations rely on public donations in order to operate.

Signing up for the Lifeboat Lotto costs less than £9 per month and you could win up to £5,000.

Triple bonus
If you’ve already signed up yourself, why not do the same for a friend or relative as a birthday present?

When you sign up for the Lifeboat Lotto, you’ll not only be (1) helping your local Independent Lifeboat stations, but (2) On The Wight also receives a small fee for each person that signs up (using our form below).

Added to that, is the final bonus (3), you could win up to £5,000 if your numbers are drawn.

Sign up now
Simply complete the entry form and choose to pay by standing order either monthly, quarterly, six monthly or yearly. Choose four numbers between 1 and 31 or opt for the lucky dip.

Download the Form to print, complete and post back to the address on the form.

If you have any queries, just get in touch with us and hopefully we’ll be able to help.

Wednesday, 19th December, 2012 5:37pm



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The prices from around the rest of Western Europe on similar crossings will tell you that something isn’t working here. When the ferry companies say customers are at the forefront of their mind, only in so far as they want to fleece the most possible from them. The pension fund owners just want a n income and don’t really care who is trodden on to achieve it.… Read more »

Erm, I didn’t post this on this page?