100 Club

What is the 100 Club?

The 100 CLUB is a lottery and a primary fund raiser for the Old Wymondhamians. It enables the OW Committee to provide financial support towards specific College projects and student activities – especially where traditional funding methods have become exhausted. As a lottery, it also gives participants the chance to win monthly cash prizes.

Since its inception in 2003 the OW 100 Club has raised well in excess of £60,000 (after prize money) which has helped fund an enormous number of worthy initiatives. These have included part sponsorship of the College hymn books and the College’s Heritage Trail signboards, a contribution to the 1st XV rugby tour of South Africa – specifically to support pupils who might not have been able to partake due to financial hardship, funding of the 1st XI cricket kit, bursary funding initiatives, cricket pitch improvements, part sponsorship of the all-weather tennis/netball court refurbishment, the purchase of 1st XV rugby shirts, and a sizable contribution towards the Chapel Project to create a create a world class heritage centre in the College Chapel that celebrates the history and development of the College campus.


In addition, a £750 annual Travel Award that has been distributed since 2012, to a student selected by the OW committee undertaking worthy voluntary work typically overseas.


Who can join?

Any Old Wymondhamian can join the 100 Club. If you were a student at the College or a member of staff then please join up!

Why should I participate?

To help raise much needed funds and be in with a chance to win cash prizes every month!

How does it work?

60% of monies raised during a year is directed towards the funding of worthy College related causes and 40% is paid out in prizes*.

Subscription is only £5.00 per month (or £60.00 per annum). Each subscription is allocated a unique number which participates in the monthly prize draws. You can subscribe to as many numbers as you like.


There are currently 3 randomly drawn monthly prizes. Two of £60 and one of £30, other than in June and December when there are three STAR prizes drawn of £500, £250 and £100 respectively.

*Nb Prize amounts or number of prizes may be amended in future depending on the level of participation in the 100 Club to ensure a 60%/40% Funding/Prizes split is maintained as detailed above. An increase in active subscribers above 100 will for example increase the prize pot, with the amounts or quantity of prizes amended to reflect

Keep In Touch

If you have ever been a pupil or member of staff, please keep in touch.

How do I join?

Just follow these simple steps:-
  1. Send your name and address (so we know where to send any winnings!) to :-  info@theoldwymondhamians.co.uk with ‘New 100 Club Membership’ in the title.
  2. We will then email our banking details to use with your online banking to set up a Standing Order. We will also send you a Standing Order Form should you prefer to use this with your bank instead. You will also receive your Unique Reference Number to ensure you’re in the draw.
  3. You will then need to set up the Standing Order, detailing your Unique Reference Number, either via your online banking, completing the Standing Order Form and giving it to your bank or by returning it to us to set up for you.

Then just sit back and keep your fingers crossed for a win!

Can I attend a 100 Club Draw?

Of course! We’d love you to join us! The monthly 100 Club prize draws are usually held in a pub somewhere around Norfolk. They’re fabulous evenings, where you can meet and reminisce with OW friends and make new ones too. Partners are very welcome to come along as well. The more the merrier.

Details of forthcoming draws :-


The November OW 100 club draw will be at The Chequers at Thompson [close to Watton] on Wednesday 22nd November 2023 at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome.



The annual “60’s bunch” Christmas get together is set for Tuesday 5th December 2023 at The Queen of Iceni in Norwich 

We will again be joining them to carry out the December 100 Club STAR DRAW [Prizes of £500; £200; £100].

The ‘masses’ usually start gathering at noon – all are welcome to join in.

For any further information use “Contact Us’ or alternatively email : info@theoldwymondhamians.co.uk

How do I know if I’ve won?

Winners will be published below and also on the Old Wymonhamians Facebook page.


September 2023

Susan Moore [nee Furbank] – resident of Middleton, King’s Lynn – £60

 David Banks – resident of Heacham – £60 

 Jerry Linden-Ball – resident of Aylsham – £30

October 2023

Alan Bridges – resident of Long Stratton – £60

Andrew Counsell – resident of Empingham, Rutland – £60

Hayley Strivens – resident of Morley St. Botolph – £ 30


If you have ever been a pupil or member of staff, please keep in touch.