The 100 Club

One of the many perks of being one of our members is that you will receive an invitation to join the 100 Club, giving you an opportunity to have a little fun whilst supporting our vital conservation work a little more. Members of the 100 Club buy shares (at only £5 per month) which are put into a monthly prize draw (with an extra draw in November as a Christmas special). Each month, three winners are drawn to receive £100, £50 or £25, respectively.

Payment can be made by cheque or Standing Order, either monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or annually, and members can hold as many shares as they wish.


In light of the current situation and the need to ensure social distancing, the 100 Club monthly prize draw has been temporarily suspended. The draw requires club coordinators, Thelma and John Cobbold, and two independent people to draw and witness the winners. Any draws that are delayed at this time will take place at a time when it is deemed safe to do so again. Thank you for your understanding.

Winning numbers in 2020

Month £100 £50 £25
January 189 98 118
February 154 161 167
Christmas Special

Income and Expenditure

(up to Saturday 29 February 2020)

Shares 213
Members 163
Prize Money £56,965
Donations to the Hawk Conservancy Trust £152,672
Money in the bank for our next project £2,693

Download a copy of the full breakdown of income and expenditure since the 100 Club’s inception in 1994 (up to Tuesday 31 December 2019).

Some of the recent projects that the 100 Club has funded are listed below.

Donated towards construction of new feed room

Cost = £4,000

Donated in 2019

Donated towards materials for re-roofing aviaries

Cost = £1,500

Donated in 2019

Donated towards construction of new Burrowing Owls exhibit

Cost = £10,000

Donated in 2018

Upcoming Projects

The 100 Club are currently busy saving funds to replace two of the older aviaries located in the centre of the park.

Did you know?
The word raptor is derived from the Latin word raptare (or rapto) which means to seize violently and drag away.
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