The Liverpool Irish Festival is proud to be associated with the National Lottery, who have funded our programmes through Arts Council England and National Lottery Heritage Fund grants.
When and what is National Lottery open week?
National Lottery Open Week runs Sat 19-Sun 27 March 2022. It’s a time when recipients of grants from the National Lottery pay something back by creating offers for National Lottery players. So we have built an exclusive offer just for you (see it on the National Lottery Open Week site).
How do I enter?
During Open Week, send a photo of your lottery ticket or scratchcard receipt -or digital confirmation, if playing online- to [email protected], stating “National Lottery Open Week Raffle” in the title. Your image will need to show that the purchase was made (i.e., bought) between 19-27 March 2022. One National Lottery ticket or scratchcard receipt will provide one raffle entry. You may enter as many receipts as you wish. Each will be entered once. Whilst we support National Lottery ticket purchasing, please do not spend beyond your means.
We will enter your ticket in to a raffle for a free book and map. When your ticket is selected (if it is selected), we will contact you for an address and we will send you the items, hot from production. You will be be the first ever readers and recipients of the book and map!
What is the prize?
The Liverpool Irish Festival is -right now- in the process of writing and compiling a hardback book and a beautiful, presentation map, to be released in April/May 2022. Focussed on the Liverpool Irish Famine Trail, these items have a combined RRP of roughly £75 (plus P&P).
Raffle opens from 00:01 Sat 19 March-23:59 Sun 27 March 2022. Receipts must show your National Lottery ticket or scratchcard has been purchased within the specified dates in order to qualify. The draw will take place on Mon 28 Mar 2022.
Terms and conditions apply