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£3 Million Richer In Kidderminster

£3 Million Postcode Millions windfall for Kidderminster community
Our latest Postcode Millions prize is heading to lucky postcode sector DY11 7 in Kidderminster

Players in Kidderminster have struck gold, as postcode sector DY11 7 has just been announced as a winner of our latest Postcode Millions £3 Million prize. The news came in a Facebook Live video this evening with Danyl Johnson. All the lucky Kidderminster residents who play with a ticket in that postcode sector will land a share of the money.

Players will find out exactly how much they've won on Friday 30th August, either with a knock on the door from People's Postcode Lottery Presenter Jeff Brazier, on social media, or our website. The full winning postcode and prize amounts will be published online at 7.30pm. All winners will receive a letter the following day to confirm their prizes.

Jeff said, "Congratulations to all of our winners in Kidderminster! I hope everyone is excited to find out how much they've won - I can't wait to come and meet some of you and present some big cheques!"

This isn't the first time that a Kidderminster postcode has been lucky in our Postcode Millions draw. In September 2018, neighbours in postcode sector DY10 1 celebrated winning the monthly prize.

With a minimum of 32% of the ticket price going to charities and good causes, players have raised over £462 Million for more than 6,500 projects to date.

This draw is promoted on behalf of Postcode Sport Trust, which funds charities and good causes that are improving the health of communities by encouraging and inspiring participation in sport through activities and facilities.

Thanks to players, local charities and groups have also been helped, including Sandwell Advocacy which received £14,475 to support young carers and their families who are living on low incomes.

Published: 20/08/2019

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