Dougie Mac’s Lottery Rollover Reaches £10,000…and it Must Be Won!

Dougie Mac’s weekly lottery rollover prize fund has reached a staggering £10,000.

After no rollover wins since January 2021; the hospice lottery rollover has been steadily increasing by £250 each week. Now, the rollover stands at a huge £10,000 and must be won on Friday 22nd October 2021.

The lottery draw which raises more than £24,000 each week costs just £1 per play and helps the hospice continue to provide specialist care for adults, young adults and children facing a life-limiting illness.

As well as the chance to win the huge rollover prize, lottery players are also in with a chance of winning a guaranteed weekly prize of £2000 as well as 99 smaller cash prizes.

Jane Irving, Lottery Manager said:

“Our weekly lottery has become a vital income source and with 60p from every £1 ticket going directly to hospice care; playing the Dougie Mac lottery makes a real difference to the local people we care for. Your generous support means that Dougie Mac can continue to provide priceless care, free of charge.

“Whether you just fancy your chances as a one off or are one of our lottery members looking for a couple of extra chances to win; now is the time to get your tickets.

“The lottery rollover hasn’t reached £10,000 for some time so it’s a really exciting opportunity for one lucky ticket holder to win big!”

Single tickets are just £1 per play and available to buy at

Online tickets must be purchased before 9am on Friday 22nd October to be in included in the £10,000 rollover draw on Friday 22nd October.

All Lottery players must be aged 18 years or over. The Douglas Macmillan Hospice Lottery is licensed by the Gambling Commission under the 2005 Gambling Act:  Lottery license holder: K.S. McKenzie. Registered as a company in England and Wales: 3522075. RCN: 1071613.

Douglas Macmillan Hospice Staffordshire Lotteries Limited is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4870

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Tony Walley
Tony Walley
News & Sport Editor

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