Lottery Representatives ID

As we return to face-to-face fundraising in the community (from 12th April 2021), we would like to share the measures we are taking to protect both our fundraisers and the general public.

The Cornwall Hospice Care Lottery raises vital funds for Cornish healthcare charity Cornwall Hospice Care, via a weekly lottery and seasonal Super Draws.

Face to face promotion for lottery subscriptions is the primary method of signing up supporters for Cornwall Hospice Care.  It is widely acknowledged across the fundraising industry as the most productive and successful way of acquiring long term, high quality support on a regular basis.

The health, safety and wellbeing of our promoters and members of the general public is paramount.  Cornwall Hospice Care acknowledges that to be able to resume face-to-face activity in line with Government advice and guidance on COVID-19, there will be a requirement to implement a series of actions and procedures that each sales promoter will adhere to in respect to sales promotion.

Read our Sales Promoter Activity Policy (Covid-19) HERE

All Cornwall Hospice Care Lottery representatives carry identification cards which have been enlarged to be clearly visible to you from a safe distance. Their identity card shows the individual’s name, their photograph and displays our Lottery Office contact number on the back.

If you are unsure of the caller’s identity, please do not give the person any personal details or payment. Genuine lottery representatives are happy to call back once you have verified their identity by contacting the Lottery Office (Monday-Friday 08:30 to 16:30) on 01726 66868 (option 4).

If you believe you have been visited by a bogus caller, please contact your local Police immediately and please also advise us on 01726 66868 (option 4).

Our representatives currently working across Cornwall are:


John Flynn


Matthew Merriman


Dean Lindsay