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Play The Hospice Lottery

We are delighted to be part of The Hospice Lottery Partnership which means that you can help to raise additional funds for us by taking part in The Hospice Lottery weekly draw.

By playing The Hospice Lottery, not only do you get the chance to win a top prize of £1,000 every week and up to £10,000 in the bonus Rollover prize, you will also be helping to make a difference to people in need of hospice care.

How do I play?

You can set up a direct debit subscription to be in the draw every week or you can buy tickets for a single draw. Visit The Hospice Lottery website to find out more and buy your tickets.

PLUS take part in The Hospice Lottery Summer Superdraw and you could win £2,000!

The Summer Superdraw has now launched and helps to raise extra money for us and other local hospices.

By taking part, you could be in with a chance of winning a top prize of £2,000, as well as helping patients and their families who are in need of hospice care and support.

Tickets cost £1 each and are available to buy online between now and the 13 July 2021.

Learn more about the lottery in this short video.

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“I wanted to help raise money for such a worthwhile cause, as well as put something back into the local community. Playing the lottery meant I could do that, winning the top prize was an unexpected bonus.” Mr Berry, Hospice Lottery winner.

 Visit The Hospice Lottery website to buy your tickets today.

Full terms and conditions, information about how the lottery works and the breakdown of costs and returns to charities is available at hospicelottery.org.uk or by calling The Hospice Lottery Partnership. Licensed by The Gambling Commission under account number 5060 (gamblingcommission.gov.uk). Responsible Person: David Griffiths. If you or someone you know needs information or help with a gambling problem, please call us on 01442 891459 or you may wish to visit begambleaware.org.

 

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