£1 won't buy you much these days but it will buy you entry into our weekly lottery draw where you can win up to £10,000.
Over 300 weekly winners
1st prize - £1,500
2nd prize £50
3rd prize £10
and 300 prizes of £5
Plus win up to £10,000 in our Rollover*Enter our weekly lottery
How YOUR money makes a difference
All of our services are provided free of charge and income generated through the lottery funds the care of 1 in 4 of our patients and is a vital source of Myton’s voluntary income.Find out more
Must be 16 or over to play, or 18 or over to join via our website. Underage gambling is an offence. £1 per entry.
In 2021, the likelihood of winning a prize was, on average, 1 in 127 in our weekly lotteries and 1 in 303 in our seasonal Bumper Draws. Players in our weekly lotteries and seasonal Bumper Draws are also automatically entered into a weekly Rollover draw in which they could win up to £10,000. Our Rollover prize increases by £200 each week it isn’t won (when in 2021, the likelihood of winning was, on average, 1 in 1.99 million) and if it reaches £10,000, then one lucky player will be guaranteed to win that week (when the likelihood of winning reverts to the aforementioned weekly lottery and seasonal Bumper Draw averages).
Promoter: Myton Hospice (Promotions) Limited, Myton Hamlet Hospice, Myton Lane, Warwick, CV34 6PX, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Myton Hospices (Registered Charity No. 516287).
Responsible person: Charlotte Ingram.
All profits from the Myton Hospices Lottery go to The Myton Hospices.
In 2021, £2.099 million was raised from ticket sales in our weekly lotteries and seasonal Bumper Draws, with 8.73% being spent on Prizes, 20.19% spent on Expenses and a fantastic 71.08% used to help make a difference to our patients and their loved ones, by funding the care of 1 in 4 of our patients.
This translated to an incredible £1.49 million!
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