Lotto results for 18th December 2020

Lotto results for 18th December 2020

18 Dec 2020

Local Lotto Results

Here are the Lotto results for our 18th December 2020 draw:

Our rollover has not been won this week and now stands at £900 for the next draw.

This week’s lucky £1000 winner is Mrs L of EX23 on Lotto Number 65334.

Our 10 runners up, who have each won £10, are play numbers: 83927, 70455, 57475, 58222, 50714, 31936, 20289, 78858, 38720 and shop ticket No 120054 purchased at our Bradley Stoke shop.

Huge congratulations to all our winners!

Due to the Christmas break our next draw will be on 29th December. 

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 - Check out the numbers below and give us a call on 01275 391115 so we can check if you have won. Prizes unclaimed after 6 months will be donated back to the Hospice.

Draw 3 January 2020 Play Nos: 51944 & 5177
Draw 10 January 2020 Play No: 32625
Draw 31 January 2020 Play No: 46217
Draw 7 February 2020 Play No: 63149
Draw 21 February 2020 Play Nos: 77243 & 65817
Draw 28 February 2020 Play No: 32250
Draw 10 April 2020 Play No: 75918
Draw 24 April 2020 Play Nos: 35862 & 38807
Draw 15 May 2020 Play No: 64718
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

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.

Merry Christmas to all our Lotto players and everyone who supports the Hospice. Thank you for all the support you have given us this year. It is immensely appreciated. 

Have a peaceful Christmas and New Year!

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