The National Lottery is unlocking free entry and special offers at a range of participating venues – including Strawberry Hill House & Garden – as part of The National Lottery Open Week until 13 June.
To say thank you for the £30million raised for good causes every week by players and to welcome people back to their happy places, The National Lottery is offering free entry and offers at a range of venues – including Strawberry Hill House & Garden.
Until Sunday 13 June, The National Lottery Open Week line-up includes free entry as well as exclusive discounts from attractions and experiences across the UK – offers are open to anyone with a valid National Lottery ticket or scratch card and there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Strawberry Hill House & Garden is offering National Lottery players 241 entry until 13 June. To book tickets please select ‘National Lottery 241’ on the booking page of www.strawberryhillhouse.org.uk
Strawberry Hill award-winning community garden
Funding from The National Lottery has enabled Strawberry Hill to maintain it’s award-winning community garden and one of the stars of the promotional campaign for The National Lottery Open Week is Community Garden Volunteer Tom – in his Happy Place in the Strawberry Hill Garden – captured by photographer Tom Oldham (pictured above).
Derek Purnell, Director, Strawberry Hill House & Garden, said:
“We’re delighted to be taking part in The National Lottery Open Week this year. We’ve been fortunate to receive National Lottery funding, which has enabled us to develop our Community Garden. So, this is our way of saying thank you to everyone who has bought a National Lottery ticket, helped us on our journey and made a vital contribution to supporting good causes. We’re excited to welcome you back to Strawberry Hill House & Garden very soon”
Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive of The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Chair of the National Lottery Forum, said:
“The National Lottery Open Week is a really exciting moment in the year for us, where an amazing variety of venues and projects across the UK give thanks to National Lottery players for the £30 million, they raise each week for Good Causes. Now, more than ever, people are excited to rediscover their happy place, or find a new one close to home, and we’re proud that so many incredible spaces across the sport, arts, heritage and community sectors have signed up to offer their thanks.”