Weekly Prize Draw

 
How to play

Our Weekly Prize Draw is easy to enter, fun to play and inexpensive - and every week you have the chance of winning our £500 jackpot. For just £1 a week you will be given a unique game number which will remain the same for every consecutive week you play. You can have as many numbers as you wish... and remember, because it is a local draw you’re in with a real chance of winning the jackpot or one of the smaller prizes worth £10 or £20.

The draw takes place every Friday, with the winning numbers selected randomly by an independent computer bureau. Prizes will be paid by cheque and posted directly to the lucky winners. Also the winning numbers will be published in the local press, displayed on our website and at our Hospice shops.

For this week's results please click here.

How to Join 

Decide how many entries you would like each week and your method of payment. Direct Debit is by far the most convenient, cost-effective and secure method. It also ensures our administrative costs are kept to a minimum, helping to retain vital funds for the Hospice.

Please call the Lottery Office on 01904 799225 or email fundraising@stleonardshospice.org.uk and request a form. We will confirm your membership with a welcome letter.
 



Must be 16 or over to play. Underage gambling is an offence. If you feel you have a problem with gambling, visit https://www.begambleaware.org/ or call the GamCare National Helpline on 0808 8020 133.

St Leonard's Hospice is committed to ensure that information about how to gamble responsibly and how to access information and how to help in respect of problem gambling is readily available to all. Please read the following documents for further information: Responsible Gambling GuideThe Rules of the Weekly Prize Draw and Complaints and Disputes Procedure.

Licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission. Licensed No. 005208.
Website: www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk
Promoter: St Leonard’s Hospice, 185 Tadcaster Road, York YO24 1GL. Tel: 01904 708553
Responsible Person: Mr Martyn Callaghan