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Lottery Name: The Age Concern and Help the Aged Weekly Lottery
Applications must be from players 16 years and over. 1. The society will conduct the draw every Friday. The draw will be conducted by a random number generator. 2. The winning numbers will be published on this website and will be available from the Age Concern and Help the Aged Weekly Lottery Helpline from the following day; to contact the Helpline‚ please telephone 01524 752 963. 3. The cost of each entry is £1. Players may purchase more than one entry and payment must be made in advance. 4. All profits from the Lottery go to Age Concern Enterprises Limited a wholly owned subsidiary of Age Concern England (charity number 261794) which has merged with Help the Aged (charity number 272786) to form Age UK‚ a charitable company limited by guarantee and registered in England: registered office address 207–221 Pentonville Road‚ London‚ N1 9UZ‚ company number 6825798‚ registered charity number 1128267. 5. The society may reject any application without giving reason at its absolute discretion. No detail in the application may be changed in any way once it has been submitted‚ except for a change of address. 6. The prizes for the Age Concern and Help the Aged Weekly Lottery are printed in the leaflets provided and on the Age Concern and Help the Aged Lottery website. There are no alternatives to any prize and no interest is payable. Prizes will be sent by cheque within 14 days. 7. The society reserves the right to use winners’ names for promotional purposes. These will only be in summary‚ e.g. Mrs Smith from Surrey. 8. The society is not responsible for any delay in bank payments. 9. No liability is accepted for the loss‚ theft or delayed receipt of any communication sent by post. 10. The society may (without giving any reason or notice) decline to accept an application‚ cancel an existing subscription‚ or terminate or suspend the lottery scheme. 11. The Society’s decisions made pursuant to the rules shall‚ once made‚ be final and binding. Responsible person: Gordon Morris Age Concern Enterprises Limited‚ 4th Floor‚ York House‚ Pentonville Road‚ London N1 9UZ. Licenced by the Gambling Commission under the Gambling Act 2005 licence number 004887. Not to be sold by or to anyone under 16 years of age.
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If you need assistance, please call our lottery helpline number.
01524 752 963
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Most downloads on this website are PDFs. We use this format to ensure that the document looks the same on everyone’s computer (website pages, by contrast, appear differently depending on how people have got their computer set up).
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