Essex Mark Bonus Ball
Did you know – the most successful Saturday draw Bonus Ball number is number 8*,
and the least successful is number 51*.
Since our games started, our most successful number is number 10.
Launched in May 2018, the Essex Mark Bonus Ball Game has raised in excess of £5000 for the Essex Mark Welfare Fund. The fund part financed the Essex Mark “Meals on Wheels” during the early part of the lockdown and has made numerous donations to local good causes, including the recent provision of a specially adapted wheelchair for a child with the muscle wasting disease “Duchene muscular dystrophy” and a donation to Clowns in the Sky, a charity which supports children in hospitals in Essex suffering from Brain Tumours.
Following several requests from Essex Masons who are not Mark Masons, we have decided that from January 2021 we will open the game to all Essex Masons and their friends and families. This means that Essex Mark Masons can now give friends and family the chance to share in our game.
The cost will remain at £10 for a number (1-59) in a game that runs for 10 weeks (£1 per week) on consecutive Saturdays, and each week the owner of the winning number receives £30. The winning number being the Bonus Ball drawn each Saturday for the National Lottery draw.
£50 will purchase your number for 50 weeks over 5 consecutive games. This method of entry has been established to enable Lodges to purchase entry numbers.
Contact us for more information. Purchases can be made by emailing
email@example.com and requesting a number, where we will deal with your request and notify you of your allocated number.
Please enter your name and Lodge number, Craft or Mark in the contact box at checkout.
If you do wish to purchase a specific number, please let us know by email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to allocate that number to you. We cannot however guarantee that your chosen number will be available.
Thank you for your continued support.
*information from Lottery Search, the UK Lottery Results Archive.