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Spring Raffle 2024 terms and conditions

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Cherry blossom and peacock butterfly at Sheringham Park, Norfolk | © National Trust Images/Rob Coleman

Enter our Spring Raffle 2024 to be in with a chance of winning £10,000. Find the terms and conditions for the Raffle below.

If you played our raffles in 2021, you should receive a new raffle pack in the post by mid-March 2024. This will include 20 tickets in the form of two ticket books. If you'd like to order more tickets, please call 0330 002 0344.

Enter by Friday 10 May for a chance to win £10,000. Every ticket purchased will help bring more blossom back to landscapes and will support our goal of planting and establishing 20 million trees by 2030.

Our current Spring Raffle is only open to existing players, but we hope to invite new supporters to play soon.

About the Raffle

The Spring Raffle 2024 is operated by The National Trust (Enterprises) Limited (registered company no. 1083105 and registered office address Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 2NA), which is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4746.

All profits from the Spring Raffle 2024 will be donated to the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty (registered charity no. 205846).

During 2022 and 2023, no money was raised from our raffles as raffle activity had been on pause since 2021. Based on previous draws, we anticipate that seven per cent of ticket sales will be spent on prizes, 26 per cent on expenses and 66 per cent on funding our work.

The person responsible for the promotion of the Spring Raffle 2024 is Sharon Pickford of National Trust, Heelis, Kemble Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 2NA.

Odds of winning a prize

The average likelihood of winning a prize, per Raffle Ticket, is 1 in 12,394.

The odds for our raffles are estimated based on past, similar-sized raffles.

Key terms

The information set out below is a summary of our key terms for the Spring Raffle 2024, and is for information purposes only. This doesn't replace the full terms and conditions set out below. In the event of any conflict between this summary and the full terms and conditions, the full terms and conditions will apply.

  1. You must be 18 years of age or older and meet the other eligibility and verification criteria to purchase a Raffle Ticket or receive a Prize. See Clauses 1, 7 and 32.
  2. Each Raffle Ticket will be sold for £1.
  3. Applications for Raffle Tickets received after 23:59 on 10 May 2024 won't be entered into the Spring Raffle 2024, and the payment for such Raffle Tickets will be treated as a donation to us unless you expressly state otherwise on your application for the Raffle Ticket(s). See Clauses 18–20.
  4. The Prizes for the Draw are: £10,000 cash (1st Prize), £1,000 cash (2nd Prize), £500 cash (3rd Prize), and 10 x £25 National Trust gift cards. See Clauses 24–27.
  5. Any complaints or disputes will be first handled by our Fundraising Team with a right to appeal to the Independent Betting Arbitration Service. See Clauses 45–46.


  • 'Spring Raffle 2024' means the lottery that is operated by The National Trust (Enterprises) Limited and managed in part by Woods Group Limited as an external lottery manager.
  • 'Closing Date' means 23:59 on 10 May 2024 for the Main Draw.
  • 'Main Draw' means the draw for the Prizes described at Clauses 24–27.
  • 'National Trust' means The National Trust (Enterprises) Limited.
  • 'Prize' means any of the prizes as set out at Clauses 2427.
  • 'Raffle Ticket' means a ticket purchased for the Spring Raffle 2024.
  • 'Ticket Holder' means a person who holds a Raffle Ticket in accordance with these terms and conditions.

Full terms and conditions

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