The Big Summer Lottery 2023
Terms and Conditions

  1. These Terms and Conditions are The Big Summer Lottery 2023 Rules. By entering the lottery, entrants accept and agree to be bound by these rules.
  2. This lottery is being promoted on behalf of Hope for a Child, 3rd Floor, 39/41 High Street, St Peter Port, GY1 2JT.
  3. The Promoter is: Thomas Herring, c/o Hope for a Child, 3rd Floor, 39/41 High Street, St Peter Port, GY1 2JT.
  4. This lottery is licensed by The Guernsey Home Department. Licence number 09/2023.
  5. Entrants must be aged 18 years or above to purchase a ticket for the lottery.
  6. Entrants must have a residential address in the Bailiwick of Guernsey (Guernsey, Alderney, Sark & Herm) to purchase a ticket, and holders of winning numbers will be required to show proof of address to claim a prize.
  7. Any person who is currently employed by Hope for a Child or is a Director of the charity may not enter the lottery.
  8. Any disputes between persons purchasing tickets jointly will not be the responsibility of Hope for a Child or the Promoter.
  9. The first prize is £100,000.
  10. The second prize is either a T2 Volkswagen Campervan or £30,000, depending on the preference of the prize winner. If the Volkswagen Campervan is selected by the winner, the vehicle will be sourced from a dealer within the United Kingdom, with an estimated wait time of three months, which is subject to change.
  11. The third prize is £10,000 for a holiday. The fourth prize is £5,000. The fifth prize is £4,000 for an electric cargo bike. The sixth prize is a mystery prize worth £5,000, to be announced on 14th July 2023. The seventh prize is £2,000 for a luxury BBQ. The eighth prize is £1,000 to spend on glamping at Fauxquets Valley Campsite. The ninth prizes are iPhone 14 Pros (x5) or £1000, depending on the preference of the prize winner. The tenth prizes are £1,000 (x10). The eleventh prizes are £500 (x17). The 12th prizes are £400 Waitrose Vouchers (x10).
  12. Cash of equal value is available as an alternative for all non-cash prizes except Waitrose Vouchers (see Clauses 10 & 11 for amounts that can be redeemed).
  13. There are 2 separate and free ‘Early Bird Draws’. All tickets bought on or before Friday 9th June 2023 will be entered into both Early Bird Draws. All tickets bought after Friday 9th June 2023 and on or before Friday 30th June 2023 will be entered into the second ‘Early Bird Draw’. The results for the draws will be released on the Monday following each draw, on this web page: One winning number will be drawn for each Early Bird Draw. The prize for the first Early Bird Draw is £5,000. The prize for the second Early Bird Draw is a two-person kayak or £1,000.
  14. All tickets for The Big Summer Lottery 2023 are priced at £50.
  15. Tickets can be purchased online at or from Hope Store (10-12, High Street, St Peter Port, Guernsey), Creaseys (Northside,The Bridge, St Sampson, Guernsey ) or a pop-up stall in Le Pollet, St Peter Port, Guernsey. There is no restriction on the number of tickets that can be purchased by one person.
  16. The maximum number of tickets that will be sold is 15,000.
  17. If any cheque provided for the purchase of a ticket is returned by the issuing bank for lack of funds, the ticket will be voided and withdrawn from the draw.
  18. All lottery ticket sales are final and no refunds shall be made at any time. All entrants acknowledge that their payment of £50 to enter the lottery does not guarantee that they will win any prize. Please do not buy a ticket if you cannot afford to donate the money to charity.
  19. The draw is scheduled to be held on 4th August 2023 at 7pm at Hope Store, 10-12 High Street, St Peter Port, Guernsey. Lottery entrants do not need to be present at the draw to win a prize. A list of winning numbers will appear in The Guernsey Press, on the web page, announced on Island FM or can be obtained by phoning Hope for a Child on 01481 727547.
  20. Hope for a Child reserves the right to change the date and location of the draw if required. If this occurs, the new details will be published on the web page, printed in The Guernsey Press newspaper and announced on Island FM.
  21. The winning numbers will be drawn by a fully independent third-party draw service, using a true-random number generator provided by The draw will be overseen by an accountant employed by Grant Thornton.
  22. Any unsold tickets will not be entered into the draw — all prizes will be won by ticket holders.
  23. Cash prizes will be made by bank transfer or cheque to a bank account held in the name of the entrant only.
  24. The identity of prize winners may be made known publicly, unless winners specifically request to remain anonymous.
  25. Hope for a Child reserves the right in exceptional and unforeseen circumstances to substitute non-cash prizes for similar prizes of equal monetary value.
  26. Hope for a Child reserves the right in exceptional and unforeseen circumstances to substitute non-cash prizes for their value in cash.
  27. All entrants are solely responsible for providing Hope for a Child with accurate and up-to-date contact details. Hope for a Child will be in no way liable for any failure or inability to contact any entrant due to any errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in the contact details that the entrant has provided. In the event that a ticket holder changes their contact details, they will be solely responsible for advising Hope for a Child of the change.
  28. Hope for a Child will make its best effort to contact prize winners using the contact details provided. Any prize not claimed after 90 days from the date of the draw will automatically revert to Hope for a Child.
  29. Prizes will only be given on receipt of a winning ticket, with the ticket holder being deemed to be the person named on the counterfoil of the ticket for a physical ticket or held on the digital database for an online ticket purchase. Any prize will only be transferred to that person, and Hope for a Child may require proof of identification.
  30. Hope for a Child shall not be liable to lottery entrants for any loss or damage suffered or arising from:-
    1. Any delays or failures in the postal service or other delivery methods used by Hope for a Child.
    2. Any delays or failures in any software or other systems used by Hope for a Child for the administration of the lottery.
    3. Any delays or failures in the Banking system used by Hope for a Child, or the ticket holder.
    4. Any event beyond the reasonable control of Hope for a Child.
  31. Hope for a Child is committed to protecting entrants’ privacy. The full name, contact number and/or email address is collected from each ticket holder. This information is used for the purpose of processing lottery chances, and informing winners that they have won a prize. Hope for a Child will contact entrants using the email address provided to promote future lotteries and fundraising events if the entrant has opted in to receive further promotional emails. Entrants can opt out of receiving these emails by emailing at any time, or by clicking ‘unsubscribe’ on any promotional email received.
  32. Hope for a Child will not sell, rent or grant access to any personal data to any third party.
  33. Any entrant has the right to access the information held about them. To obtain this information, please contact Hope for a Child by emailing, or calling 01481 727547.
  34. In the event of circumstances outside of these rules requiring clarification, Hope for a Child will be the sole arbiters of that issue. The decision of Hope for a Child regarding any aspect of the lottery is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into about it.
  35. Hope for a Child reserves the right to hold void, cancel, suspend, or amend the lottery where it becomes necessary to do so.