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Minimum £500 win for People's Postcode Lottery players in Uckfield

Following last week's announcement that players in postcode sector TN22 5 have won £2 Million in December Postcode Millions draw, the minimum prize has now been confirmed as £500.

Winners will gather on Sunday 21st December from 11.30am to 1.30pm at the East Sussex National Hotel to celebrate the Postcode Millions cheque presentation. There, all winning players within postcode sector TN22 5 will learn just how much they have won. Those living in the full winning postcode, to be revealed on the day, will walk away with the lion's share of the £2 Million prize pot.

David Anderson, Director General at the National Museum Wales, will be dropping in on the celebration to see his first ever Postcode Millions event. David said, "I am so excited to be heading to Uckfield to celebrate with all the lucky winners and can't wait to see everyone's reactions. As Director General of National Museum Wales, I would like to say a massive thank you to players of People's Postcode Lottery for the £275,000 in funding."

It's not just players of People's Postcode Lottery who win with the charity lottery. Charities and good causes across Great Britain and internationally have now been awarded over £56.1 Million by players. The winners' celebration will see a number of supported charities in attendance, including Riding for the Disabled Association, Missing People and National Museum Wales.

People's Postcode Lottery presenter Judie McCourt will be hosting the event and can't wait to meet the winners from Uckfield. Judie said, "I'm delighted that so many of our supported charities will be at the celebration on Sunday and will get the opportunity to thank the players directly for all their support. I would like to wish all the players from Uckfield good luck. I bet they can't wait to see just how much they've won!"

Winners, who have already been notified, are invited to attend the cheque presentation from 11.30am on Sunday 21st December.

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