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Fantastic News For Fareham

Fareham players in postcode sector PO16 7 will be sharing a massive £3 Million prize this month
Presenters Danyl Johnson and Judie McCourt are heading to Fareham to hand out whopping cheques this month

Players of People's Postcode Lottery in Fareham are counting their lucky stars today, after it was announced in a Facebook Live video that postcode sector PO16 7 is the winner of our £3 Million March Postcode Millions. All the lucky residents who play in this sector will land a share of the prize money.

The neighbours will find out exactly how much they've won on Saturday 30th March, when the full winning postcode will also be revealed. Prizes will vary depending on how many tickets they play with, and if they're in the full winning postcode. Players in the full winning postcode will take home the largest share of the cash.

People's Postcode Lottery Presenters Judie McCourt and Danyl Johnson will be knocking on doors on the day to hand over cheques to the winners.

Danyl said, "I can't wait to get to Fareham to hand out some cheques to our lucky winners! It's always a pleasure to meet our players and see their reactions. Good luck to everyone playing in PO16 7, we'll see you soon!"

With a minimum of 32% of the ticket price going to charities and good causes, players have raised £404 Million for thousands of deserving projects to date. The Postcode Millions will be part of a draw promoted by Postcode Care Trust, which supports national charities including Missing People, The Reader and Carers Trust.

Carers Trust works throughout the UK to help carers get the extra support they need to live their own lives. They offer carers advice, emotional support, hands-on practical help, and access to much-needed breaks.

Published: 19/03/2019

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