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£2 Million For Invergordon

Lucky Invergordon players set to share an amazing £2 Million

Winners will be celebrating in Invergordon as People's Postcode Lottery has today announced that hundreds of players in the area will share a prize pot of £2 Million.

The winning postcode sector has been revealed as IV18 0 and all players in the area are set to win a share of the windfall. Winners will discover just how much they have won at a special celebration on Saturday 27th September at Kincraig Castle Hotel.

Those playing with the full winning postcode, which will be revealed at the event, will take home the lion's share of the £2 Million.

Speaking about the upcoming event, Nicole Allan, Head of Events at People's Postcode Lottery, said, "We are very excited to be heading up north to Invergordon where our September Postcode Millions will be hosted at Kincraig Castle Hotel. We always have a great time in Scotland celebrating a Postcode Millions and I'm sure the winners from Invergordon will have an unforgettable day."

It's not just winners that benefit from People's Postcode Lottery. To date, our players have raised over £49.3 Million for charities and good causes, including CHILDREN 1ST, Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres and Scottish Wildlife Trust which all operate across Scotland. Both Maggie's and Scottish Wildlife Trust have received over £3 Million each and CHILDREN 1ST have received more than £2 Million in support.

People's Postcode Lottery Ambassador Judie McCourt said, "I am delighted to be heading to Kincraig Castle Hotel to celebrate with players from Invergordon who will share the £2 Million prize pot. I am really looking forward to seeing the reactions on players' faces when their cheques are revealed and finding out what they will spend their money on. I want to wish all players living in the IV18 0 sector an enormous congratulations!"

We will reveal more details regarding the cheque presentation, including the minimum amount winners can expect to receive, in the coming days online and in the press.

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