- Published: Thursday, 03 January 2019
We are running a Super draw in February 2019 where the prizes are doubled up in value.
Entries are STILL £1.00 each and you can have up to £20 of entries in any one month
1 x £2,000 -1 x £400 -1 x £200 and 4 x £100 instead of £1000, £200, £100 and 4 x £50.....................
If you are new to our monthly lottery and want to start entering in time for the one off February Superdraw and normal monthly lottery thereafter just go to the links below for online entry or hard copy Direct Debit mandate.
If you already play the Flint House lottery all you need do is just email us, titled February Superdraw to https://www.flinthouse.co.uk/contact with the number of extra entries you want and we will adjust your February Direct Debit accordingly.
Just get your new entry form or request for more numbers to us by January 30th.
WE WILL NOT DEBIT YOUR EXTRA ENTRIES UNTIL ON OR AROUND FEBRUARY 20TH. 2019
Every winner is notified automatically on or just after the 28th of the month and their winnings despatched, you do not have to make a claim for your prize if you are a winner.
- Published: Wednesday, 08 August 2018
The Police Rehabilitation Centre (Flint House) – Cessation of 12 Month Rule
The Board of Trustees of the Police Rehabilitation Centre (Flint House) have agreed, that with immediate effect, officers who donate to Flint House with a declared pre-existing condition will not have to wait 12 months to receive treatment.
The Board recognised that the 12 month rule is a potential hurdle to timely treatment for both physical and mental health conditions and that Flint House needed to evolve to meet the needs of those officers who require support.
- Published: Thursday, 31 May 2018
- Published: Wednesday, 01 August 2018
Lyndsay & Lorna, physios at the centre hosted the female forum held for female officers of the Diplomatic & Parliamentary Protection Team at Portcullis House, Westminster, on Friday July 27th talking to them about all things about back care and injury prevention. Most officers present are armed response and with the weight of equipment carried, it is crucial they are aware of how to minimise potenatial injuries to their back when performimg their duties. Afterwards both Lorna & Lyndsay were treated to a quick "peak " at the world famous location of Number 10. Unfortunately Theresa May was not available for a cup of tea and a biscuit!
"Flint House physios reaching the parts other cannot"
- Published: Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Two of our Physios, Lorna and Lyndsay have been at Polar Park, Heathrow last week working with the Met on injury prevention.
They led practical sessions, which included Stretch and Release and Movement Preparation, along with educational sessions on back care and injury prevention.
The sessions were well attended and FH and Lorna & Lyndsay have had nothing but positive feedback.
The aim was to issue information and exercises on how to look after your body to prevent work related injuries and raise awareness of the work we do at Flint House.
Practical sessions to be posted soon. #Rehabitswhatwedo