BURY AFC and SuperJosh have announced that they are teaming up with a community lottery to help support their futures.

The phoenix club and The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity have entered a partnership with the Bury Treasureline.

The Treasureline lottery was created more than 30 years ago to support the Bury FC’s community and player development programmes, and has raised thousands of pounds over the decades.

But due to the club’s current circumstances, Treasureline has opened up who it provides money to and has chosen Bury AFC and SuperJosh to be new beneficiaries.

Dawn Fidler, chief executive of The Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Bury Treasureline.

"The money raised will go direct to support local children and families living with brain tumours and post-surgery disabilities.

"We have to say a huge thank-you to all those that choose to take part in the lottery as well as the team at Bury Treasureline.”

Not only does Treasureline help to raise funds for good causes, but members can also take part in a £1 per week draw, which has £1000s in cash prizes up for grabs every week.

In addition, there are a host of none cash prizes from local partners, such as cinema tickets and restaurant meals, as well as match tickets to watch Bury AFC in their inaugural season.

For more information visit www.burytreasureline.co.uk