23rd Apr 2015

Three London’s Air Ambulance supporters visited our helipad last week in celebration of winning the charity’s lottery. 

Bromley resident Edward Powell, Ruislip resident Winifred Beresford and Bexleyheath resident Rita Bernard won the top weekly prize of £1,000 earlier this year. They got to stand at the top of The Royal London Hospital where the city’s emergency medical helicopter service is based. 

The London’s Air Ambulance lottery has around 55,000 active players. It helps to provide the charity with a vital source of regular income, enabling it to plan ahead and maintain the life-saving service London’s Air Ambulance provides to the 10 million people who live and work in London every day. The lottery has already contributed over £4.2 million to the charity. 

By taking part in our lottery, you too could be a winner one day like Edward, Winifred and Rita. Draws are made weekly, and each entry costs £1 per week. 

The top weekly prize is £1,000, with a second prize of £50. There are also five weekly runner up prizes of £10. Win prizes! Save lives! For more information and to sign up to the London’s Air Ambulance lottery visit our website here.

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