The Prize Draw is currently suspended. Please call Sarah Kay (Centre Manager) on 07731745057 for any queries.
A monthly prize draw was launched on 1st September 2019 to raise funds for the Old Girls’ School Community Centre. The prizes are:
1st Prize £300
2nd Prize £200
3rd Prize £100
Tickets cost £1 each for entry into the draw that month and can be purchased from:
The Old Girls’ School Community Centre
The Little Teapot Tearoom
Fields Garden Centre
South Milford British Legion Club
Terms and conditions are shown at the end of this page.
March 2020 winners
We regret to inform you that due to the current situation, we will NOT be holding the Monthly Prize Draw this month – due on Saturday 28th March. We would like to offer refunds to anyone who has purchased tickets for the March Draw. Please call Sarah Kay (Centre Manager) on 07731745057 to arrange a time to collect your refund. Please bring your Draw Ticket with you as proof of purchase. Any monies not refunded by 31st March will be put into general funds for the running of the Centre. We hope to resume the Monthly Prize Draw later in the year and we will inform you when tickets are back on sale. Thank you for your support.
February 2020 winners
First prize £300 – Ann, ticket number 2777 Second Prize £200 – Dan Sutcliffe, ticket number 2245 Third Prize £100 – Mytum & Selby, ticket number 3134
January 2020 winners
There was no draw in January. Any ticket sales during January will be included in February.
December 2019 winners
First prize £300 – Emma Turner, ticket number 4737 Second Prize £200 – Mytum & Selby, ticket number 2481 Third Prize £100 – Mr Sutcliffe, ticket number 3179
November 2019 winners
First Prize £300 – Sandra Lewis, ticket number 4864 Second Prize £200 – Paul Romans, ticket number 1518 Third Prize £100 – Jenny Bennett, ticket number 1124
October 2019 winners
First Prize £300 – Gary Stretton, ticket number 4754 Second Prize £200 – Lian Copeman, ticket number 0672 Third Prize £100 – Mandy Gundhill, ticket number 2969
September 2019 winners
First prize £300 – Mandy Gundhill, ticket number 0866 Second Prize £200 – Andy, ticket number 0156 Third Prize £100 – Anne Gray, ticket number 0777
The promoter is Sherburn in Elmet Community Trust who are registered under the Gambling Act 2005 with Selby District Council. All profits from the prize draw go to The Old Girls’ School Community Centre, which is operated by Sherburn in Elmet Community Trust, registered charity number 1166770.
For any questions about the draw, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Old Girls’ School on 01977 685178.
‘Welcome to Sherburn in Elmet’ is the official information guide to the village of Sherburn in Elmet. The 36-page booklet contains information on the history of the village, community groups and services, venues, sport and activities, and local businesses. There’s also a helpful map of the village with points of interest and central businesses and services.
Every home in Sherburn should have received a copy in early 2019. A supply was also given to house builders ready for residents moving into their new home.
This is only available in paper copy. Further copies are available free of charge from:
Start your online shopping at easyfundraising, and you could earn a small donation for Sherburn in Elmet Community Trust which we’ll use to keep the Old Girls’ School running. It doesn’t cost you any extra.
A new community newsletter is now available for Sherburn in Elmet, called ‘Sherburn Informer’. This replaces the previous ‘Community Informer’ which was delivered to all homes in the village. Download the first issue here.
Just before Christmas 2018 the announcement was made from the Community Association that the Community Informer would cease. This was sad news for hundreds of residents who relied upon the publication to keep up to date with what was going on around the village. The Parish Council, Community Association and Creative Shed Agency met to discuss in detail how the publication would be able to continue, if there were other options available and if it was viable to have a publication at all. It was agreed that the informer in its current form could not continue but there was a definite need for something in its place.
The new ‘Sherburn Informer’ although a lighter publication will be produced bi-monthly with the first issue covering April and May. It will be funded through the Parish Council and the new editor Anne-Marie Oldroyd will be compiling the information.
In each issue, you will find information about what’s on, the Parish Council report, news and contributions from local groups and clubs and other relevant information and news from the village. If you would like to contribute any news or information you can contact the editor on 07410453584 or email@example.com.
Whilst it the newsletter will no longer be posted to each house, it will be available to collect and it can be delivered direct to the elderly residents in the village.