Play the CPRE raffle - CPRE, the countryside charity

Play the CPRE raffle

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Our £1 raffle tickets give you a chance to win brilliant prizes and help us to stand with the countryside.

Playing the CPRE raffle is one of the simplest ways you can support our work – and maybe even be a winner! The money raised has made successes such as the introduction of the plastic bag charge possible – a milestone in our fight against litter in our countryside.

Take part

Our raffle isn’t live yet, but don’t miss the chance to play. Become a member now to be notified as soon as ticket sales open.

And don’t forget, can you increase your impact by selling tickets locally to friends, family and colleagues. Want to get selling, and do even more for the countryside you love? Contact our Supporter Care team for information about how to sell tickets when we next run a raffle – we’ll be delighted to help.

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What you can win

Past prizes have included luxury holidays in England, British-made bicycles and handmade walking backpacks – and cash sums of up to £2,500.

With tickets costing just £1, it’s a brilliant way to support us and be in with a chance to win big. How would you spend your winnings?

‘I was delighted to learn that I had won a prize in the Summer Raffle – not for one moment thinking that it was the very generous first prize! Buying raffle tickets is a great way to support CPRE’s work and you never know what you might get in return!’

Jane Kimbell from Northamptonshire won £2,500 in our 2018 summer raffle

How your entries make a difference

Our raffle players’ generosity helps us to deliver national campaigns that change the face of our countryside. The £95,000 raised from raffle ticket sales in our 2018 raffles, for example, helped us to be able to:

  • Press the government to commit to a deposit return system to reduce litter in the countryside.
  • Gather over 200,000 signatures in our petition to stop the government fast-tracking fracking.
  • Bring together more than 2,000 citizen scientists to gather data on light pollution in our annual Star Count.

Our raffle players helped us to make the difference on these successes – and more.