Latest News | 17 April 2024

Lottery draw raises £13k for hospice

Treetops Hospice Care
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An annual lottery organised by Treetops Hospice has raised more than £13,000 for the end-of-life charity.

The Lottery Super Draw raises cash to help the Risley hospice provide nursing care and emotional support for adults and their families.

The top prize of £2,000 was won by Allison Wainwright, from Ashby, in Leicestershire, who has donated a portion of her winnings back to the hospice.

Rebecca Lee-Jones, Treetops’ lottery manager, said: “Our huge thanks go to everyone who took part in this year’s Super Draw and helped us raise over £13,000 for the hospice.

“Thanks to you we can continue to care for even more local people in need.

“Proceeds from every Treetops Lottery ticket sold helps fund our vital services and makes a real difference to people living with a life-limiting illness.”

To find out more about the Treetops Lottery, visit .

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