One Clapham postcode has been making spirits bright for five of its residents after they won a share of £180,000.
Four of the Highbury Grove residents scooped £30,000 each – and one resident won £60,000, all thanks to their postcode.
The lucky winners were announced after MK41 6DU was named as a winning postcode with People’s Postcode Lottery on Tuesday, December 10.
The prize was drawn as part of People’s Postcode Lottery’s special Christmas campaign. One lucky postcode is being drawn each day in December with every player in that postcode winning a whopping £30,000 per ticket.
People’s Postcode Lottery ambassador Danyl Johnson, said: “It really is the season to be jolly! I’m over the moon for our Clapham winners, especially one resident who played with two tickets, winning a staggering £60,000. What a gift before Christmas!
“It’s great to hear our winners taking home cash prizes like this at what can be an expensive time of year. With money from the tickets also going towards charity, everyone’s a winner!”
A minimum of 32 per cent of ticket sales goes directlyto charities and players of People’s Postcode Lottery have helped raise more than £500 million to date for good causes across Great Britain and internationally.
This draw was promoted on behalf of Postcode Neighbourhood Trust.
For more information on People’s Postcode Lottery, visit www.postcodelottery.co.uk
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