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Meet our lottery team

Meet our dedicated lottery and raffles team at Children's Hospice South West.  

Steph Charles

Stephanie Charles

Lottery Manager
stephanie.charles [at] chsw.org.uk
Helen Johnson, Lottery Administrator

Helen Johnson

Lottery Administrator
helen.johnson [at] chsw.org.uk
Martin Bingham, Lottery Canvasser, CHSW

Martin Bingham

Lottery Canvasser

Devon

Jon Simmons

Jon Simmons

Lottery Canvasser

Cornwall

Margaret Woodward, Lottery Canvasser, CHSW

Margaret Woodward

Lottery Canvasser

Cornwall

CHSW Lottery Canvasser

Kevin Banevicius

Lottery Canvasser

Cornwall

Need help?

You can call us on 01271 313 311, Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 4.30pm. At all other times please leave a message on our answerphone or complete our online lottery and raffle enquiry form. You can write to us at Children's Hospice South West, Little Bridge House, Redlands Road, Fremington, Barnstaple, Devon EX31 2PZ


Gambling Commission Lotteries Council Hospice Lotteries Association BeGambleAware

The Children's Hospice South West (CHSW) is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission under account number 4991. The Raise a smile Lottery (CHSW Lottery) and CHSW Raffle are promoted by Children’s Hospice South West (Registered Charity No 1003314), Little Bridge House, Redlands Road, Fremington, Barnstaple, Devon EX31 2PZ.  Responsible person: Stephanie Charles.

Only persons aged 18 years or over and resident in Great Britain are eligible to enter the CHSW Lottery and CHSW Raffle.

A minimum of 70% of the CHSW Lottery and CHSW Raffle proceeds goes directly to CHSW and the care provided.

BeGambleAware® is administered and funded by an independent charity GambleAware®, it provides confidential support and counselling to people aged 18 years or over affected by gambling. Visit BeGambleAware® or telephone 0808 8020 133 (local call rate from the UK).

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