£1m Jersey Hospice Care lottery tickets sell out

Lottery tickets being sold The Jersey Hospice Care lottery tickets have gone on sale in the island

All of the 6,000 tickets available for the 2012 £1million Jersey Hospice lottery have been sold.

The lottery, which is in its sixth year, was expected to raise £500,000 for Jersey Hospice.

The tickets, which cost £300 each, went on sale in April.

The chairman of Jersey Hospice Care, Dr Gari Purcell-Jones, said the hospice costs £6,000 a day to run and the money raised from the lottery were critical for the local charity.

He said the lottery was the charity's biggest annual fund-raiser and the draw would take place on 14 September.

There was £1,300,000 in prize money.

The first prize is £1million, with other prizes of £100,000, £75,000, £50,000, £25,000 and five prizes of £10,000.

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