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We’ve partnered with Unity, the nation’s charity lottery, to offer you the chance to win £25,000 every Saturday for only £1 a week.

50p of every £1 you play is guaranteed to go straight towards ‘Raising the Roof’ of Margaret Chadd House.

 

 

How does the lottery work?

For just £1 per week you will be allocated a six digit lottery number which is yours for as long as you play. Every Saturday, the lucky winners are selected at random and your prize cheque will be posted directly to you.
Each week your personal 6-digit lottery number (issued by Unity) will be entered into a draw and the winning numbers will be chosen at random.
You can purchase as many numbers as you wish for £1 each, giving you even more chances to win a number of great cash prizes.

6 digits in the correct place wins £25,000
5 digits in the correct place wins £1,000
4 digits in the correct place wins £25
3 digits in the correct place wins £5

How to enter

You can enter as many times as you like for only £1 per entry and you can pay by direct debit or cheque. That £25,000 top prize might just be a few clicks away…
Start playing by clicking the buttons below or calling our Lottery hotline number – 0370 050 9240 or simply print out and complete the Unity Lottery entry form on the link below and send to:
The Unity Lottery
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Who can enter?

Anyone in Britain who is 16 or over can play. Unfortunately, due to Gaming Board legislation we are unable to offer this opportunity to people living outside of mainland Britain, including Northern Ireland.

How do you know if you’re a winner?

All our lucky winners will be contacted directly and a cheque sent in the post.

The latest lottery results can be found here
The game rules can be found here
The terms and conditions can be found here
You must be aged 16 or over to participate.

Unity is part of sterling lotteries, a registered External Lottery Manager certified by the Gambling Commission.
East Coast Hospice Ltd is committed to the promotion of responsible gambling. Please visit www.responsiblegamblingtrust.org.uk or www.gambleaware.co.uk for further information.