Could you be this week's lucky winner? Take a look at this week's hospice lottery results.
Big-hearted Tom Saunders from Blackburn presented a cheque for £4,500 to the hospice in memory of his much loved mother, Sue Saunders.
Over 400 people of all ages laced up their running shoes to take part in this year’s East Lancashire Hospice 10K.
Long-time hospice supporter raises thousands for East Lancashire Hospice through bucket collections.
A group known as the ‘fun-raisers’ raised more than £2,000 for East Lancashire Hospice after hosting two cake and coffee mornings.
Big-hearted Amanda Hartley and friends have knitted up a storm over the last few months to raise money for East Lancashire hospice.
It was cheers all round at the Dog and Otter pub in Great Harwood after they raised £100 for East Lancashire Hospice.
Patients that attend the Creative and Support Therapies (CaST) department at East Lancashire Hospice recently enjoyed an art course where they developed their techniques with drawing and painting.
Wasim was first diagnosed with respiratory failure at 25, then motor neurone disease (MND) when he was just 26 years old. East Lancashire Hospice has been a lifeline to him ever since.
An Accrington lady was the lucky winner of the £4,750 rollover jackpot in the East Lancashire Hospice Lottery which raises vital funds for the hospice.
A Rossendale based businessman is set to take on an 85-mile endurance walk in the Isle of Man to raise money for East Lancashire Hospice.
Nadia Hassan from Great Harwood came up with the bright idea of filling empty Smarties tubes with 20ps to raise money for East Lancashire Hospice.