Our lottery team are appealing for the winner of one of our £2,000 jackpots in May to come forward, as the prize has yet to be claimed.
A ticket for our weekly lottery draw on 14th May this year was bought in our St Ann’s shop in Monton between 6th and 12th May. The owner of the winning ticket will receive the £2,000 jackpot prize, but has yet to come forward. People from across Greater Manchester go to our shops to purchase new and pre-loved goods, so the winner could literally live anywhere in the area. We’re asking anyone who has bought a ticket to play to double check the details as they could be the winner. Trudi Ogden, Lottery Manager
The winning ticket number is 13-1331-903, and though people can come forward until 7 November to claim their prize, they’re being urged to contact the hospice as soon as possible.
We know that the more time that passes, the more chance there is that the ticket might be lost, so we’re hoping people will have a good look around and get in touch if they think they might be the lucky winner. People in our lottery play in lots of ways, and if they buy a ticket online or are regular players who pay by direct debit and have the same ticket number every week, we contact them directly if they’ve won. But, lots of people also choose to play on an ad hoc basis by purchasing a ticket in one of our hospice shops, and those participants need to check their ticket and come forward if they think they’ve been lucky, as they would with many other lotteries. Here’s hoping someone will get in touch and receive a really great treat in time for the summer holidays. Trudi Ogden, Lottery Manager
Our lottery has generated more than £20million since it launched in 1994, creating more than 37,000 winners. Each week a jackpot can be won of £2,000, plus 34 other cash prizes. There is also a separate rollover draw which increases by £1,000 each week up to £10,000.
To claim their prize, the winner should call into a St Ann’s shop, or can complete an online claim form below. They can also call the lottery team on 0161 498 3642 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit www.sah.org.uk/lottery