Centenary Club

Join the Centenary Club

Help to support the provision of an exciting and varied programme of Scouting activities for current and future generations of young people in Giffnock.

Membership costs just £24 per year. Members are allocated 2 numbers which are included in the monthly prize draw.

ALL profits from the Centenary Club go directly to support the costs involved in running and maintaining the Scout Hall.

For further information and a membership pack, please contact Arnold Smullen or any of the Section Leaders.  Or request details here.

The Small Print

1. The ‘Centenary Club’ is a private society lottery operated under the Gambling Act 2005. The promoter is the Group Scout Leader of the 28th Glasgow (Giffnock) Scout Group, The Scout Hall, Arthurlie Drive, Giffnock, Glasgow G46.

2. Membership of the Centenary Club is open to current and former members of the Group and the parents of current and former members of the Group. Members must be at least 18 years of age.

3. Silver Members (ie those who joined prior to 1 February 2012) pay £12 per year. They are allocated one number which is included in the monthly draw during each of the 12 months covered by their subscription. Silver Membership was closed to new members on 31 January 2012.

4. Gold Members pay £24 per year. They are allocated two numbers which are included in the monthly draw during each of the 12 months covered by their subscription.

5. All numbers included in the monthly draw have an equal chance of winning.

6. The monthly prize draw is carried out under the supervision of the Group Executive Committee. Each month there is one prize of £50. There are two prizes of £200 each year – one is drawn in June and one in December.

7. All profits made by the Centenary Club will be used to support the work of the Group.

8. Winners of prizes will be notified by post. The results of draws will also be published on the Group’s website.

9. Rights created by membership of the Centenary Club are non-transferable.

10. The Group reserves the right to amend the rules of the ‘Centenary Club’ from time to time. A copy of the current rules will be available on the Group’s website.