with Dromahair Arts & Recreation Centre

FAQs

What is the fundraiser in aid of?

The re-development and modernisation of the existing community gaelic pitch in Dromahair Community Park. The aim is to develop a top-class all weather grass pitch.

When does the draw take place?

The draw is scheduled to take place at the latest on Tuesday 4th January 2022. If all tickets are sold earlier we will hold the draw at an earlier date. Two weeks notice of the earlier draw date will be advertised.

Can I attend the draw?

Under present Covid regulations it is unlikely that all purchasers will be able to attend the live draw event. The draw will be live streamed via our Social Media Channels.

How many tickets are for sale?

There are a total of 12,995 tickets available for sale.

I don’t have a credit / debit card. Is there another way to pay for a ticket?

Sadly no. As it’s an online draw a credit / debit card is required to purchase a ticket online. DARC will endeavour to sell up to 500 paper tickets locally which can be purchased with cash. These ticket numbers will be added to the online draw.

Do I need to be a member of DARC, St. Patricks GAA or Naomh Padraig GAA clubs to purchase a ticket?

No.

After purchasing a ticket online, do you get a hard copy of the ticket in the post?

No, you will get a receipt to the email address or mobile number you inputted when purchasing the ticket.

Will the draw be independently observed?

Yes and the identity of the observer will be shared on the website prior to the date of the draw.

Can anybody use the prize?

Yes, the prize draw is available to people over the age of 18.

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