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Dorchester Rotary Supporting 39 Charities

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Published at 8:38am 20th December 2014. (Updated at 7:15am 22nd December 2014)

It's been raising money for local charities in Dorset for a decade and The Dorchester Rotary Club are still going strong.

This year's annual Christmas draw is supporting 39 charities.

Tickets are selling well for the event that's happening on Monday 22nd December at The Kings Arms in Dorchester from 1:30pm.

One lucky winner will be walking away with £500 and there's also 3 other cash prizes of £250, £100 and £50.

The top prize this year is being donated by headline sponsor Futurum Renewable Energy Systems based at Poundbury.

Managing Director John Scott said: "We are again pleased to support The Dorchester Rotary Club draw which provides much needed cash to support many local charities and causes."

Tickets are available from Futurum's office on Poundbury next to The Red Cross office.

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