If you're abroad, buy tickets and don't miss your chance to play the lottery. A lottery organized by a non-commercial company (such as a charity or a community group), in which tickets are sold to the public in advance, is called the “Society Lottery”. This is a raffle in which ticket sales are restricted to members of your society (club, group or organization). If you sell tickets worth less than 20,000 pounds sterling (and less than 250 000 pounds in a year), your Lottery is a “lottery for small companies”.
Everyone dreams of winning the lottery at some point, but it can seem reckless to invest money in a ticket or game slip. Even if you can buy tickets outside the United Kingdom and pretend that you're in the United Kingdom, that's against Camelot's T&C, so you risk losing your winnings if they discover that you've circumvented their restrictions.