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The 200 Club


A chance to win cash prizes every other month and help our fundraising please join now!


The 200 Club has always been a very popular and important fundraiser for AKPA. The Club is run by Janet Man. Prize winning tickets are drawn at AKPA committee meetings. A list of winners will then be published here on the website.


You can join at any time, numbers cost only 1 per number, per month. To purchase numbers at any time please click here to download the 200 Club application form which also includes the 200 Club rules. You can also set up a standing order to ensure that your numbers are renewed automatically. Please click here to download the 200 Club Standing Order Bank Form.


If you want to contact the 200 Club, please email




 200 Club Draw results


Recent 200 club draw results are shown below. They will also be published in our newsletter Newsflash.




January 2021

November 2020

September 2020


  1st Prize:     Heather Keys


  2nd Prize:    S. Mealing & P. Last


  3rd Prize:    Helen Ingram




  1st Prize:     Miss Judy Beytell


  2nd Prize:    Mrs Sue Rogers


  3rd Prize:    Miss Judy Beytell




  1st Prize:     Simon Pitts


  2nd Prize:    Monica Taylor


  3rd Prize:    S. Mealing & P. Last



July 2020

May 2020

March 2020


  1st Prize:     Mr & Mrs Tattershall


  2nd Prize:    Mr Harry Pearce


  3rd Prize:    Mrs Sarah Rook




  1st Prize:     Mike Ruggieri


  2nd Prize:    Edmund Coady


  3rd Prize:    Sheila Roberts




  1st Place:     Mrs D Scarff


  2nd Place:    Dr Chita Ray


  3rd Place:    Mr David Ryder









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