Today marks the start of our exciting #30KADAY Street Prize extravaganza in July's draws. From now until 9th August we're announcing amazing £30,000 Street Prizes every single day. That's 35 thrilling days that our Street Prize Presenters will be travelling up and down the country, knocking on doors, ringing bells, and delivering golden envelopes to winning postcodes. Who knows, with a little bit of luck, one of our presenters could be visiting you!
It's a whopping win for a player in The Crescent in Lancing today. A player in lucky postcode BN15 8PL has collected a £30,000 cheque.
Congratulations to our first lucky #30KADAY winner! We hope you enjoy your cash windfall - what a way to start your weekend.
Good Causes Across Britain
It's not just People's Postcode Lottery players who benefit though. Our amazing players have raised more than £450 Million for good causes across Britain and around the world. 32% of the ticket price funds life-changing projects which make a difference to people and the planet. Find out more about the range of charities and good causes which our players support.
Today's prize is part of a draw promoted by charity Unicef UK, which has received over £5 Million thanks to player support. This funding is helping the organisation make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children around the world.
Friends First is one charity close to our winner that players have helped support. Last year, it was awarded £13,758 to open a cafe that aims to train and develop the skills of local people who have experienced issues such as homelessness and substance misuse, helping them transition into employment.
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There was a whopping win in another area this weekend as four fantastic neighbours scooped Sunday's Street Prize.