Joining our Lottery

John Percy-Hughes

John Percy – Hughes, Hospice Lottery Representative

The lottery is an important part of the fundraising operation at the Hospice. For the year ending 31st March 2019 a surplus of £206,000 was donated to the Hospice from the weekly and annual draws. After accounting for the prizes of £93,600 and all running costs, 58p from each £1 entry went to the Hospice.

Lottery entry costs £1 per week and can be paid by standing order, cheque or debit card. Cash collections are available in certain areas. The draw takes place each Friday with a top prize of £1,000 and 22 other prizes. In addition there is a roll over prize which can pay up to £6,000.

For further details of how the lottery works and the prizes fund please click here

All members of the lottery must be aged 16 or over, to join the lottery please download the leaflet and send the completed application to the Hospice.

For Bilingual leaflet and sign up form please click here

Lottery membership can be given as a gift, for further details contact the lottery office on 01745 775413. This is a temporary number, please do not use the number on the leaflets.

The lottery is licensed by the Gambling Commission (006880).

For full terms and conditions click  

St Kentigern Promotions Ltd supports responsible gambling. If you feel you have an issue visit  or or contact the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020133.

The lottery is run on behalf of the Hospice by St Kentigern Promotions Ltd which is a company wholly owned by the Hospice.

For details of the recent winning numbers visit the HOME page of the web-site.

You could win a cool £2000 this summer and make a difference to local families.. what could be better?

Join us this summer by entering our raffle and you could win cash!  I am sure that winning the top prize of £2000 would be a real treat for you and your family; but it will make it extra special to know you are making a difference to local people.

Over the past 5 years our Summer Draws have raised  over £75,000 which we used to provide vital care and support for the patients and families we care for. This year we need to raise even more and we cannot do this without you.

We’ve had a busy start to the year at St Kentigern Hospice, as the building works have really started to take shape on our new Hospice. We are over half way on the build now and the clinical team are excited about the opportunities the new facilities will allow them to offer local people to meet the increasing needs of the community. This expansion was only possible because of the support of individuals like   yourself, however the need for support to continue. 

We know that the diagnosis of a life limiting illness can make people feel uncertain, fearful and alone. That’s why with compassionate support of our nurses, therapists, and of course you – patients using St Kentigern Hospice will be able to face the changes and challenges ahead. Supporting this raffle will mean that more people in your community can access the vital care they need and will be able to look ahead with more ease.  Every ticket you purchase will help to raise much needed funds

Tickets are available to purchase from the Fundraising Team on 01745 775415 or call into the office on Mount Road, St Asaph. 

Tickets are just £1 each, and each one you buy means a greater chance of winning and helps to make a difference to people in the        hospice’s care. You must be 16 and over to purchase a ticket and participate in the raffle. 

Full terms and conditions for the draw can be found here

Don’t miss out! – We will need receive your entries before the 1st October 2019, in order to process it before the draw on Friday 4th October 2019

















Don’t miss out!

We will need receive your entries before the 1st October 2019, in order to process it before the draw on Friday 4th October 2019


















Make a Difference!  

Every penny of profit from the tickets you buy will help provide palliative care to local  people with life limiting illness 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, free of charge. You will then help to ensure people and families in your community can access the vital care they need, when they need it the most.