How to join the fun

  1. Choose how many monthly entries you’d like at £5 each
    - One number for one year = £60
    - Two numbers for one year = £120
  2. Sign up by post or online
    - By post: just fill in the downloadable Direct Debit form, return it to us using the Freepost address provided and we’ll do the rest
    - Online: choose one of the following options and we’ll do the rest
  3. Wait to hear if you’ve won! We’ll be in touch if you’re a winner; the winning numbers are also posted on our website and Facebook each month

As well as having the chance to win a cash prize, you can also choose a MacIntyre project which you’d like to benefit from your Lottery payments – meaning your favourite project could receive at least £60 a year.

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Date of Birth - please note you need to be 18 or over to play

If you have a favourite MacIntyre project let us know what it is and we will assign your contribution to this project.

How many MacIntyre Lottery numbers would you like?
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Recent winners


  1. First Prize: 229
  2. Second: 40, 260
  3. Third: 203, 265, 414, 434


  1. First Prize: 64
  2. Second Prize: 48, 329
  3. Third Prize: 35, 134, 242, 282


  1. First Prize: 293
  2. Second Prize: 2, 433
  3. Third Prize: 66, 164, 210, 288

The small print

  • All players must be at least 18 years of age.
  • The MacIntyre Lottery is licensed with Milton Keynes Council, registration number 099152.
  • If you feel you have a problem with gambling visit or call the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133.

For more information

Please contact Claire Kennedy or Jess Wilson
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01908 230100

The difference you can make

  • £60 will buy talking photo albums for 2 people
  • £120 could pay for will enable one person to participate in art workshops for two months
  • £180 will enable one person to participate in sports and healthy lifestyles activities every week for six months

MacIntyre is a registered charity no. 250840.  We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator.

Find out more about our terms and conditions of fundraising.