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Enter our raffle£50 notes

Play our Spring raffle today and be in with a chance to win one of our fantastic prizes.

  • • 1st prize £1,000 cash
  • • 2nd prize £500 cash
  • • 3rd prize First Aid At Work Training Course
  • • Plus 20 runner-up prizes of a First Aid kit.

Closing date: 15 April 2019

Draw date: 23 April 2019

How to purchase your raffle tickets

Each raffle ticket costs just £1 and come in books of 10 tickets. To order your raffle tickets call us on 01628 821987 or email

How playing our raffle helps

Every ticket you buy or sell really does make a difference to people’s lives. It’s thanks to supporters like you, we are able to train 400,000 people in first aid skills every year. This is an amazing achievement and shows the wonderful things you can make happen by playing our raffle.

Our 2018 Christmas raffle winners:

1st prize £3000

2nd prize £1000

3rd prize First Aid Course     

Mr Silcock, Virginia Water

Ms Smyth, Virginia Water

Mrs Butler, Aylesbury


20 runner-up prizes of a First Aid kit won by:

Miss Dunn, Sheffield   

Mr Page, South Petherton

Mr Weston, Bexley              

Miss Hopkins, London

Mr Morris, Chesterfield

Dr Benmore, Bournemouth

Mr Coates, London

Mrs Taylor, Leeds

Mr Shelley, Chichester

Mr Maddox, Cirencester

Mrs Tedman, London

Mrs Horney, Oxted

Mrs Harrison, Nottigham

Mr Uzzell, Herne Bay

Mr Raine, Darlington

Mr Williams, Walsall

Argerskow, Beverley

Ms England, Otley

Mr Lewis, Chertsey

Ms Saunders, Northwood


Important information

Please note: Tickets are not for sale to or by anyone under 16 years of age. Please read our full list of raffle rules.

Our raffle is licensed by the Gambling Commission.

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