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Our spring raffle has now closed and we’re delighted to announce the winners.

Our 2019 Spring raffle winners:

1st prize £1000

2nd prize £500

3rd prize First Aid At Work Training Course   

Mr Poole, Herne Bay

Mr Ferncombe, London

Mr Allman, Wirral


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

Ms Whitley, London

Mrs Smith, Durham

Mr Stacey, South Moulton

Mr Kelly, Leicester

Mrs Richards, Woking

Mr Pugh, Little Chalfont

Mrs Mahoney, London

Mrs Edwards, Lytham St Annes   

Mr Reilander, Waterlooville

Mr Gilchrist, South Shields

Mr Narramore, Chessington

Mrs Hussain, Slough

Mr Wardle, Scarborough

Mrs Ball, Lytham St Annes

Mr Durose, Dukinfield

Mr Collett, Bath

Miss Hopkins, London

Mrs Fuller, Hastings

Mrs Thomson, Swaffham

Mrs Mckean, Sevenoaks


Details of our next raffle will be available in October – watch this space!


How playing our raffle helps

Everyone can be a life saver without ever needing to open a first aid kit because every ticket you buy helps us put first aid trainers in schools, equip our volunteers and run our ambulances.

We’re working harder than ever to support our volunteers to ensure that, whenever a first aid emergency occurs, someone is on hand to help.

Buying a ticket goes a long way!

£12 pays for 200 first aid guides, providing essential advice on how to treat five common first aid emergencies.

£40 pays for one hour of first aid training from someone in the community.

£120 pays for one of our trainers to teach first aid to a classroom of 32 students, giving them vital skills that will stay with them for a lifetime.

£1,000 pays for an AED, which can restart someone’s heart following cardiac arrest.


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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