About the event
A million reasons to support Jersey Hospice Care
Someone could become a millionaire on Friday 1 September when the live draw is made for our Million Pound Lottery.
Our Lottery raises £500,000 towards our annual running costs of £5.3 million. A total of £1,300,000 will be given away in prize money on Friday, with £1 million as the first prize, followed by prizes of £100,000, £75,000, £50,000, £25,000 and five prizes of £10,000 to lucky ticket holders.
The event, which is in its 11th year, is kindly supported by de Gruchy, NatWest, Alpha Print, the Royal Yacht Hotel and PKF BBA.
Here are the winning numbers!
1st place for £1 million : 1817
2nd prize for £100,000 : 4155
3rd prize for £75,000 : 2689
4th prize for £50,000 : 4735
5th prize for £25,000 : 5108
6th prize for £10,000 : 2517
7th prize for £10,000 : 6827
8th prize for £10,000 : 6768
9th prize for £10,000 : 1816
10th prize for £10,000 : 2733
In order to collect your prize, contact our Fundraising Team on 510349 from 09.00 on Monday.
The early bird prize draw was drawn at de Gruchy on Thursday 15 June. Congratulations to the holder of winning ticket number 2263 – you’ve won £1,000 in de Gruchy vouchers!
The evening will be compered by Peter Mac and the draw for the top prize will broadcast live on ITV Channel TV between 18.00 and 18.15, so make sure you tune in! Within their programme will also be a very special film about life at Jersey Hospice Care. The draw for the remaining prizes will continue after we go ‘off-air’.
The balls will be drawn by four local people:
- Dr Gari Purcell-Jones MBE : former Chairman of Jersey Hospice Care who retired in 2015 after 13 years
- John Marquis : Store Manager of de Gruchy, who hosted the sales of our Million Pound Lottery tickets this year, as we are their Charity of the Year
- Phil Sharp : Jersey’s Phil Sharp is Britain’s most successful offshore sailor of recent years. In November 2016, he set the new World Speed sailing mono-hull record when sailing, singlehanded from Cowes to Dinard in 9 hours 3 mins and in December 2016 he set the record for sailing the length of Britain which is 620 nautical miles in 83hr and 53 mins. Phil recently came 2nd in The Fastnet Race and is now the leader in the Class 40 2017 World Championships.
- Louise Allenby : Her father bid for her to be one of the Ball Drawers in BBC Radio Jersey’s Christmas Charity Auction, as it is her birthday on 1 September.
Entry to the live draw at the Royal Yacht Hotel is free to the public, who are all invited to come along. As well as enjoying the excitement of the live draw, those going along will be entertained by two local singers.