Lotto results for 6th April 2021

Lotto results for 6th April 2021

06 Apr 2021

Local Lottery Results

Here are the Lotto results for our 6th April draw: delayed from 2nd due to Easter.

We are very pleased to announce that our rollover has been won this week. Our £3000 prize has been won by Mrs H of BS20 on Lotto Number 18275. The Rollover now reverts to £150 for the next draw.

This week’s lucky £1000 winner is Mrs P of BS48 on Lotto Number 55788.

Our 10 runners up, who have each won £10, are play numbers: 48055, 49892, 79488, 43101, 89959, 5298, 16700, 69564, 49277, 88946.

Huge congratulations to all our winners!

What to do if you win: You don’t have to do a thing; we will automatically send your cheque to you. But it’s really important to keep us up to date with any changes to your address or phone number.

Have you moved and not told us? If so you may be a winner but we can’t get in touch. Listed below are all play numbers that have won but we have been unable to track down the winners. Give us a call 01275 391115 if you think you are winner, we would be very happy to check for you. If we are unable to contact a winner after 6 months the prize money will be donated back to the Hospice.

Draw 5 June 2020 Play Nos: 30327 & 6767
Draw 26 June 2020 Play Nos: 88034 & 65575
Draw 17 July 2020 Play No: 40036
Draw 4 September 2020 Play No: 3219
Draw 18 September 2020 Play No: 69659
Draw 23 October 2020 Play No: 12093
Draw 6 November 2020 Play No: 46217 & 88721
Draw 13 November 2020 Play No: 16799
Draw 4 December 2020 Play Nos: 53058
Draw 15 January 2021 Play No: 39380
Draw 22 January 2021 Play No: 87892
Draw 29 January 2021 Play No: 28469
Draw 5 March 2021 Play No: 16561
Draw 6 April 2021 Play No: 18275

Previous Draw results: If you would like to check the results for any of our previous draws please get in touch. We will happily provide you with details.

Many thanks, as always, to all our regular players and single ticket holders who continue to support us through these difficult times. Your support and contribution is immensely appreciated.


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