Play the Alder Hey Children's Charity Lottery and you'll be in with a chance of winning up to £1,000 every week, at the same time as supporting us.
Playing the Alder Hey lottery costs just £1 a week and is a great way to raise vital funds for Alder Hey at the same time.
To play, please download and complete a registration form before returning it to us. Players must be aged 16 or over.
Before completing your registration, please read the Terms and Conditions below:
- Alder Hey Lottery - Terms and Conditions
- Alder Hey Lottery - Policy
- Alder Hey Lottery - Self-exclusion form
Alder Hey is registered with the Gambling Commission, license number 000-044167-N-322990-005.
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draw, is that there are not exactly 52 weeks in a year, so all
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the draw at some point. This missed week may occur at any time,
depending on your payment date, but once it has occurred it should
not happen again for a few years.
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