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Ending Sue William’s Run of Bad Luck – Saint Francis Hospice


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As the old saying goes: ‘Bad luck comes in threes’. That was certainly the case for Sue Williams when her washing machine, lawnmower, and car battery all conked out within a few days.

Sue described her luck in competitions as ‘winning a couple of tenners here and there’, but nothing big – until the Saint Francis Hospice Lottery came along.

She recently won £1,000 in the Hospice’s weekly draw. ‘It’s given me a huge lift with all that’s going on in the world right now,’ Sue said.

Sue has replaced the boring bits that broke. She’s now going to spend the rest of her winnings on a seesaw for her grandchildren, who she hasn’t seen since the lockdown began.

Every week, someone will win up to £1,000. The rollover prize can reach a whopping £25,000. 

If you’d like to be in with a chance of hitting the jackpot while doing something incredible for people living with life-limiting illnesses, you can sign up here – for less than £5 a month.

For more information on how the Saint Francis Hospice’s Lottery works, please visit their FAQs

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