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Unity Lottery

Unity LotteryWin up to £25,000 whilst raising vital funds for Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland.

Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland are signed up with Unity Lottery - a lottery with a difference.

Not only do you, our supporters, have the chance to win either, £5, £25, £1,000 or £25,000 every week but SBH Scotland will receive 50p from every £1 entry played!

How does it work?

For just £1 per week you will be allocated with a six-digit Unity Lottery number, which will remain yours for as long as you wish to keep playing. You can purchase more than one entry if you wish. Every Saturday, the lucky winners are selected at random and prize cheques are issued and posted directly to you, so there is no need for you to claim.

Winners have to match 3, 4, 5 or all 6 digits of the winning number in the correct place in the sequence. A full set of rules are available at

  • 6 digits in the correct place wins £25,000
  • 5 digits in the correct place wins £1,000
  • 4 digits in the correct place wins £25
  • 3 digits in the correct place wins £5

How do I join?

Joining couldn't be easier. To sign up today please visit Lottery Details. Alternatively call 03455 211 600 and an application can be sent to you.

Remember by playing our lottery you are directly supporting us.

Up-to-date results

(You must be 16 or over and a resident of Great Britain to enter)

Unity is operated by Sterling Management Centre Ltd, registered as an External Lottery Manager by the Gambling Commission under the Lotteries &Amusements Act 1976 and Gambling Act 2005 -

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