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Camelot’s CEO and Executive Director were out visiting National Lottery retailers last week.

Camelot CEO, Nigel Railton, presented Chesham retailer Hitesh Modi with a plaque to celebrate his store’s National Lottery players, who have raised more than £340,000 for National Lottery Good Causes. Hitesh, owner of Londis, Chesham, was also recently awarded the National Lottery Retailer of the Year award at the 2020 NFRN Awards. (Also pictured is Camelot Retail Sales Executive, Alison Gorman).

Each week, National Lottery players raise around £30 million for Good Causes. Over £40 billion has now been raised and more than 565,000 individual grants have been made across the UK – that’s around 200 projects in every UK postcode district.

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