About Us - Tuckwell Chase Lottery

Supporting local hospice care

Over 100 prizes to be won every week!

  • 1st Prize: £1,000
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  • 2nd Prize: £100
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  • 3rd Prize: £50
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  • 20 x £10
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  • 80 x £5

About Us

As we celebrate our 26th year of making a difference we want to thank members, old and new, for your fantastic support of Phyllis Tuckwell and Shooting Star Children’s Hospices.  Playing the Tuckwell Chase Lottery provides vital support, without your help the hospices would not be able to provide their essential service to those who need it the most.

Who We Are

The Tuckwell Chase Lottery was formed in 1998 as a fantastic way to raise funds for local hospice care in London, Surrey and North East Hampshire.

Together we are committed to using lotteries to fundraise responsibly and encourage responsible gambling and access to support. Tuckwell Chase Lottery is licensed by the Gambling Commission under the 2005 Gambling Act www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk.

“Playing our lottery gives you a chance to win prizes and support a local cause. Without you we couldn’t be there for families in London, Surrey and North East Hampshire”

Your Support & Contributions

When you play the Tuckwell Chase Lottery you help provide a secure source of income for Phyllis Tuckwell and Shooting Star Children’s Hospices. Members of The Tuckwell Chase Lottery make a vital contribution to income generation for the hospices, with 65p of every pound raised going directly to the hospices. Without this support, many of their desperately needed services might no longer be available to local patients, their families and friends.

We have contributed over £1,105,000 to the hospices over the past year. With your continued support the annual contribution increases year on year. We run a weekly draw as well as a few special draws throughout the year and we have given out over one hundred thousand prize cheques to our well deserving winners.

Contact & Find us

  • Tuckwell Chase Lottery Ltd
  • Alexandra Barn, 1 Waverley Lane
  • Farnham, Surrey
  • GU9 8BB

Registered company number: 3508815

Responsible person: Marcelle Stubbs
Promoter: Tuckwell Chase Lottery Ltd

Tuckwell Chase Lottery is a member of the Hospice Lotteries Association.

Tuckwell Chase Lottery is licensed by the Gambling Commission under the 2005 Gambling Act. www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk

Tuckwell Chase Lottery aims to offer a highly professional service to all its members and the general public however if we have not achieved this and you wish to raise concerns, or a specific complaint about the Lottery you can do so via our complaints page.

Latest News

Local community explores Shooting Star House on Open Day

The local community in Hampton learned about the breadth of services, met some of the dedicated team and explored facilities at Shooting Star House in Hampton at the Open Day on Saturday 22

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Summer Draw 2024 Results

Congratulations to our Top Prize winner from Witley with Draw Number 146395. 2nd Prize £100 winners: 64541 148705 138061 Thank you everyone that supported through the draw, the

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Tea and tiaras with Dame Joan Collins at Shooting Star

Families were treated to a very special visit as Shooting Star Children’s Hospices welcomed global superstar Dame Joan Collins to Shooting Star House in Hampton. Dame Joan, who was joined by

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The effect of an advanced or terminal illness can go further than just the patient

Phyllis Tuckwell offers supportive and end of life care to patients who are living with an advanced or terminal illness, and supports their families and carers too. “They’ve been amazing,

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Toby’s story – Supported by Shooting Star Children’s Hospices

In the weeks leading up to Christmas in 2022, a devastating diagnosis changed life forever for Toby and his family. At the age of eight, doctors discovered Toby had adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD),

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Fred’s story – supported by Phyllis Tuckwell

Wayne’s father, Fred, was referred to Phyllis Tuckwell by his GP, in August 2022.   “He initially went to the Beacon Centre, to see the Phyllis Tuckwell staff there,” said Wayne.

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