Lottery FAQs

  • How much does each ticket cost?
  • What are the monthly lottery prizes?
  • When does the draw take place?
  • How can I pay for my lottery tickets?
  • How much of the lottery income goes towards the charity?
  • Can I choose my own lottery number?
  • Help - I've forgotten my numbers(s)!
  • My details have changed, what should I do?
  • How do I know if I've won?
  • Is there an age limit for players?

Each ticket costs just £5 per month, giving you a chance to win up to £1,000 in each draw, whilst helping us remain sustainable for the future. That means that we can continue to provide our services to those who need them, when they need them, completely free of charge.

Every month the following prizes are must be won: £1000, £300 and £150

Our draws take place on the third Wednesday of every month.

The simplest method of participating in our monthly draws is to set up a regular monthly direct debit. Alternatively you can pay upfront by debit or credit card for any number of draws you wish. Complete our online sign up form and simply select your preferred payment method. 


Unlike other lotteries, every penny of profit (approximately 85p of every £1) raised by the Hospice Lottery goes directly to supporting patient care. So even if your numbers don’t come up, you know that by simply entering the draw you’ve done something incredible for someone who really needs it.

No, your lottery number(s) will be electronically chosen at random. The number(s) will be unique to you and will remain the same for the duration of your membership.

Don’t worry, just contact our fundraising team on 01624 672222 or email and we'll let you know your number(s). 

You can update your details by contacting our fundraising team on 01624 672222 or by emailing Keeping your address and contact details up to date will ensure that we can contact you if you are one of our lucky winners.

All winners are contacted by telephone immediately following each draw. A list of winners will be available on our website, social media channels and sent to our email subscribers within 24 hours of each draw.

Yes, all players must be 16 years or over. It is an offence for anyone under the age of 16 to participate in any form of gambling, including lotteries, raffle and scratchcards.

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