What is the National Lottery?
The National Lottery – and with it National Lottery funding for good causes like heritage, arts, sport and charities – was established in 1994. Every ticket sold contributes funds to good causes across the UK.
National Lottery funding through The National Lottery Heritage Fund is one of Northumberland Wildlife Trust's most important sources of income and has helped us to achieve amazing things for people and wildlife.
About The National Lottery Heritage Fund
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund has invested a total of £7.1bn in 40,000 heritage projects. Northumberland Wildlife Trust projects supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund have already benefited thousands of people from all walks of life – helping them to experience the joy of wildlife in their daily lives.
We’re joining National Lottery to celebrate and thank the players who have supported us over the years.
Join us at Hauxley nature reserve from Saturday 5 June to Sunday 13 June with a National Lottery ticket, scratchcard or proof of purchase to claim a FREE millionaires shortbread with every hot drink purchased*.
*Terms and Conditions – One free biscuit per day per customer valid from takeaway purchases made at Hauxley from 5 to 13 June.
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