|No Superdraw winner|
|£1,000||Mr Brian Hall (18808)|
|£25||Mr Anthony Cox (12699)|
|£25||Mr Anthony Wray (72422)|
|£25||Miss Julie Thompson (56822)|
|£25||Mr Peter Cox (51142)|
|£9162||Mrs Sarah Lang (S/Draw)|
|£1000||Mr Paul Ebert (72058)|
|£25||Mrs B Hale (55083)|
|£25||Mr Stephen Ritchie (27514)|
|£25||Mrs Julia Taylor (50966)|
|£25||Mr Brian Walsh (7801)|
|No Superdraw winner|
|£1000||Mrs Hilary Smith (3086)|
|£25||Miss Michelle Hayward (15571)|
|£25||Mr Brian Naylor (25317)|
|£25||Mr Richard Blake (66201)|
|£25||Mrs Shelia Cripp (25451)|
Canvassers will not be collecting any cash or taking any donations whatsoever, the new members they sign up agree to join/play via standing order payment or cheque.
All of our canvassers will abide by strict measures to protect members of the public and themselves:
- Canvassers will wear large ID badges which can be seen at a distance, use Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) where necessary and make use of hand sanitizers.
- They will follow social distancing rules by moving two metres away from a door once they have knocked, and will maintain a distance throughout the conversation.
- Players will be signed up using a touchscreen tablet so that no physical contact is necessary and social distancing can be maintained. Tablets will be wiped down with alcohol wipes after every use.
The canvassers are dressed in yellow 'Wiltshire Air Ambulance' polo shirts or grey 'Wiltshire Air Ambulance' waterproof jackets.
Canvasser Operating Hours:
Monday - Friday: 10.30am - 8pm
From time to time we have canvassers in local stores, these will be Kim Quinton, Michael Quinton and Paul Dukes.
Further clarification if necessary can be obtained by calling the Air Ambulance Lottery Office on 0844 567 0844 during normal office hours.
Our Lottery first started in 2009 and has grown into one of the most successful air ambulance lotteries in the country. This success and our Lottery's popularity and robust governance was officially recognised when we won the Lotteries Council National Lottery Operators Award in 2016. We can't thank our Lottery members enough for their ongoing support which will ensure our service can carry on for many years to come.
All net proceeds from the lottery are donated to Wiltshire Air Ambulance, who require £3.75m a year to ensure the continuation of the service. In 2019, as a percentage of the total sales, 61% went directly to Wiltshire Air Ambulance, 7% was paid in prizes and 32% in expenses. Draws are held each Tuesday, and prizes of £1000 and 4x £25 are currently allocated to winning combinations drawn by a random number generator, as long as the player has paid to enter that particular draw. Currently players have a 1:6079 chance of winning a Regular Draw prize, and a 1:9159 chance of winning a Superdraw prize.
The Wiltshire Air Ambulance Lottery and Superdraw is promoted and operated by Wiltshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust (WAACT). WAACT is licensed by the Gambling Commission, www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk, operating licence number 000-041103-N-320502-007. The sole charitable beneficiary for this lottery is Wiltshire Air Ambulance (registered charity number 1144097) which will receive all of the proceeds after deduction of the expenses of running the lottery, including the cost of the prizes.
You can find a full list of the Lottery rules & policies here.