Postal Code

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Postal Code

A series of letters and/or numbers identifying the area of a country to which to deliver mail. Most of the world's countries use postal codes of one kind or another because they enable more efficient sorting of mail. The first postal codes were introduced in the Soviet Union in 1932.
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The People's Postcode Trust seeks applications for projects that focus on the prevention of poverty, promotion of human rights and equal rights; whilst the Postcode Local Trust supports community gardens, play areas, wildlife and green energy projects.
People's Postcode Lottery ambassador, Judie McCourt said: "Play with your postcode and you too could be in with a chance of winning a great cash prize like today's winners.
A minimum of 31% of ticket sales goes directly to charities and players of People's Postcode Lottery have raised PS263 million to date for 4000 good causes across the UK and internationally.
In 2018, local groups will be able to apply for grants of up to PS20,000 from one of three trusts - People's Postcode Trust, Postcode Local Trust and Postcode Community Trust.
The LL73 postcode at Marianglas, near Benllech, saw an average sale price of PS393,000 - although there were only two sales over the year.
Outdated postcode boundaries are problematic, because these are the means by which address-based company and market data is linked to and visualized on digital maps.
The full winning postcode will also be revealed at the event, with those living at that address winning a larger share of the jackpot.
Great-gran Eleanor's letter read: "We're happy to announce to you the results of the Postcode Lottery awards programme held in London, United Kingdom.
YOUR POSTCODE COULD BE NEXT Postcodes all over the country have very recently shared multi-million pound prize funds.
Half of the money will be shared out among players living in the full winning postcode, which will be revealed at an event at Coventry Cathedral on Saturday, May 28.
One of the five lucky postcodes was drawn as CF44 8SD yesterday, meaning residents who had signed up to the postcode lottery each won a cash sum.
The real Postcode Lottery does not sell tickets door to door.