Play our lottery

Would you like to have the chance to win up to £2,000 as a member of our lottery? You can! By playing our lottery, you’ll have the chance to win big, and your ticket cost will help us raise much-needed funds to support our patient care!

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As a Weston Hospicecare Lottery player, you will get:

  • your own unique lottery number;
  • automatic entry into our weekly draws to win £500;
  • automatic entry into our quarterly Super Draws to win £2,000; and
  • the chance to buy additional tickets to the Super Draw for you and your friends.

We may one day take care of someone in your village, your neighbour, your friend or even a family member. Every week, your £1 will make sure we are here to care for them if that day comes.

If you’d like to be in it to win it, you can become a member and play weekly via Direct Debit or cheque.

Just get in touch to request a leaflet, call us on 01934 423 923 
or click Play now! to get started!

Lucky winners (17th November 2017)

£500

918694 – McCarthy

£50

16534 – Blackmore

£10

16138

16613

189462

378192

746966

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What Previous Winners Have Said …

Ed Fisher and his wife, Marilyn, from Mark, won £2000 in the Super Draw in 2017. He said: “It came as a very nice surprise. I’ve supported Weston Hospicecare through playing the Lottery and shopping in their Burnham-on-Sea shops, so to get a phone call to say I was a winner was wonderful. I do intend to give the winnings to my wife, and I’ll continue to support Weston Hospicecare.”

You can read more of Ed’s story, plus more information about our lottery, here. 

What Previous Winners Have Said …

Ed Fisher and his wife, Marilyn, from Mark, won £2000 in the Super Draw in 2017. He said: “It came as a very nice surprise. I’ve supported Weston Hospicecare through playing the Lottery and shopping in their Burnham-on-Sea shops, so to get a phone call to say I was a winner was wonderful. I do intend to give the winnings to my wife, and I’ll continue to support Weston Hospicecare.”

You can read more of Ed’s story, plus more information about our lottery, here.