30 October 2019

We’re Saying #ThanksToYou to National Lottery Players

This year is the 25th Birthday of The National Lottery, and we’re excited to be a part of the celebrations by joining in the #ThanksToYou campaign, which celebrates the contribution of National Lottery players in supporting good causes over the past 25 years!

Since The National Lottery's first draw took place on 19 November 1994, more than £40 billion has been raised for good causes in the areas of arts, sport, heritage and community – that’s £30 million a week making a difference to lives of people and communities throughout the whole of the UK.

To thank National Lottery players for their support, we will be offering free entry to the Hall, Stables & Grounds on Wednesday 27th November 2019. Anyone who presents any National Lottery ticket on this date will be able to take up this special offer. Please check our full terms and conditions below.

As a recipient of National Lottery funding, two of the main projects they have funded in the past 5 years include the restoration and conservation of the Stable Block and Carved Room.

We are one of the hundreds of participating National Lottery-funded projects across the UK who are taking part in the #ThanksToYou campaign in this special birthday year.

Terms & Conditions
One National Lottery ticket provides free entry for one person to the Hall, Stables and Grounds. Proof of ticket can be paper or digital and must have been purchased in November 2019.
This offer is not valid for group bookings.
The offer is valid on Wednesday 27th November 2019. The Hall is open from 11am – 4pm, last admission 3pm and the Stables & Grounds are open 10am – 4pm, last admission 3pm.
The Burton Constable Foundation has the right to refuse entry in the unlikely event of venue reaching capacity, as well as unforeseen circumstances.
Valid National Lottery tickets must be presented at the ticket desk on arrival.

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