The lottery back in Tudor times

For today’s feature Margaret Mills took us back to Tudor times with news of a national lottery during the first Elizabethan era.

It seems that the Essex parish of Chignal St James was well to the fore when it came to throwing their collective hats into the ring, as you can hear again here if you missed it first time: –

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