Lottery

Primrose Lottery has changed - welcome to the Hospices Lottery!

The Worcestershire Hospices Lottery is your local lottery, offering you an excellent chance to help Acorns Children’s Hospice Trust, St Richard’s Hospice and Primrose Hospice to raise much needed funds, whilst at the same time providing you with an opportunity to win a cash prize of up to £1000 each week, or our roll-over prize which can reach £3000.

Money raised will be used for the sole benefit of the hospices to contribute towards their day to day running costs.

How much does it cost & how do you ‘pay & play’

There is a weekly prize fund of £1,700 and it costs £1 per week to play. You can pay by cheques, standing order, credit/debit card, we do have cash collectors, is some areas.

When you join you are issued with a five digit unique number.  Providing you have paid in advance of the draw, your number will be entered into the draw for the number of weeks you have paid.

Winners are selected at random by the lottery computer. The draw takes place every Friday morning at the lottery office in Worcester.

How do I claim if I have won?

There is no need to claim; if you win one of the top prizes we will try and contact you by telephone. However, all the prizes are sent out automatically. The full list of winners is available from the lottery office in Worcester. Top numbers are in the local press (space allowing).

Where does all the money go?

All the profits are divided equally between the three hospices. Last year we raised a profit of £280,000. Since our first draw in 1999 we have raised over 2 million for the hospices. We couldn’t do it without the support of our loyal members. So why not join us today, just call us on 01905 760909/10 or email: SWHLottery@strichards.org.uk

Alternatively please visit the St Richard's Hospice website for a membership form and lottery terms & conditions.

Please note players must be aged 16 or over

Although the Hospices Lottery is owned by the three hospices an individual’s data is not shared across the organisations.