London Welsh 400 Club
Contact email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The London Welsh 400 Club was set up in 1973 to help fund rugby and especially rugby tours of London Welsh Rfc.
The very first tour that the 400 club help fund was a tour to Sri Lanka that included club greats such as John Dawes, John Taylor and J.P.R. Williams to name a few. Huge crowds watched the games in Sri Lanka and the London Welsh team was entertained at the British High Commissioner.
Tours since then have not always been quite as glamorous but always equally enjoyable, and the 400 Club continues to be an important source of revenue to help fund rugby at all levels of the club.
The 400 club is always delighted to welcome new supporters and members. Your support is greatly appreciated.
400 Club FAQ:
1. How do I join
Please download an application form below, complete, sign. Alternatively ask bar staff at ODP to provide you with an application form.
2. How much does it cost to enter?
SUBSCRIPTION - £13.00 PAID ANNUALLY BY BANKER'S ORDER
The £13.00 fee is unchanged since the 1970's - so why not have more chances to win the monthly prize by entering on behalf of your friends, partners or your children as well?
Prizes of £50 £25 and £10 are offered monthly during the rugby season (September to April) with a bonus Christmas Prize of £500.
4. Where does the money go?
Money is distributed to teams of London Welsh who makes an application for assistance with funding.
5. How do I know if I've won
Each winner of the monthly draw will be notified via email or telephone of their win, and the relevant cheque sent. Each month a list of winners will also be posted on the London Welsh website.
6. How many times can I enter
There is no limit to the number of entries. You can enter as many times as you want.
7. When are the draws made
One draw will take place each month during the rugby season.
8. Who does the draw and where does it take place?
The draw is administered by the 400 club committee; where possible the draw will be performed in the clubhouse after a game by a neutral person (ideally a London Welsh official or player). Alternatively the draw will be done via a random selection within the database.
9. Who can I contact with a question
London Welsh 400 Club
Old Deer Park
187 Kew Road
10. Where do I get a list of winners from?
A list of winners will be made available on this website.
11. How old do I have to be to take part
18 year of age and over.
12. I'm not a member of London Welsh Amateur Ltd. Can I still enter?
Yes!!! The draw is open to all.
13. What is the 400 Club committee
In 2019, the administration of the 400 Club has passed to the London Welsh Supporters Club.
Its purpose is to administer the monthly draw and allocate 400 club funds.