Pensions contributions after drawdown

Let's say a 57 year old male decides to put his 200K SIPP into drawdown, taking 25% (50K) as a tax free lump sum immediately, then ad-hoc bits as needed (within the distrubution rules).
Can contributions then be made INTO this or a different pension. If so, what's the deal on getting the new money out ?
TIA
Jim
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I'll study, but it seems the answer is more complex than the question.
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Jim
Actually, I don't think it does answer my question as I don't have quite 22K per year income from other sources, so I will be in capped drawdown.
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