Two players in Camden will be celebrating this week as their postcode, NW1 9BS, has landed them £30,000 each in Saturday's Street Prize.
One of our winners, Alexander Housego, was delighted to collect a £30,000 cheque from Street Prize Presenter Jeff Brazier.
"I've only been playing six months – it was a very pleasant surprise to say the least," said financial consultant Alexander. "I decided to sign up when I saw the adverts and thought I might have a chance to win. I never expected to win anything so soon though.
"As I'm self-employed, I'm going to be sensible and put some of my winnings away as a financial cushion. I'm sure I will book a couple of trips with the family and treat my wife for her birthday in November too."
Jeff Brazier added, "The two gentlemen today were thrilled to receive their cheques. It's been a fantastic day here in Camden."
A minimum of 31% of the ticket price goes to charities. To date, players of People's Postcode Lottery have raised over £221 Million for more than 3,000 good causes across Great Britain and internationally.
A local charity in the area that has received support from players is The Pirate Castle for its Access Watersports project. The charity was awarded £10,000 to offer free canoeing and kayaking sessions for disabled participants.
One lucky player in Chilmark has also scooped £30,000, as their postcode, SP3 5BW, was drawn as the winner of Sunday's Street Prize, and hundreds of happy St. Helens players shared a whopping £3 Million.