Lot­tery win­ner comes for­ward to claim £90k prize

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Drama At Singleton Lake - By Molly Mile­hamChap­pell

A win­ning lot­tery ticket bought in Ash­ford nearly a month ago has at last been claimed.

The win­ner of the prize worth £90,509.70 has now come for­ward to se­cure their wind­fall.

Camelot UK Lot­ter­ies Lim­ited, op­er­a­tor of The Na­tional Lot­tery, have an­nounced the news af­ter the num­bers were ini­tially se­lected in the EuroMillions draw on Fri­day, June 16.

It is the usual pol­icy with Na­tional Lot­tery wins, that un­less the win­ner of a ma­jor prize opts to take full pub­lic­ity and signs an agree­ment, no fur­ther in­for­ma­tion can be re­leased about their win by the com­pany.

The owner of the win­ning ticket matched the five main num­bers and one “lucky star” num­ber in the draw. The win­ning EuroMillions num­bers on that date were 15, 17, 38, 41, 42 and the lucky star num­bers were 9 and 12.

Andy Carter, se­nior win­ners’ ad­viser at the Na­tional Lot­tery, said: “We’re de­lighted that the win­ner of this amaz­ing prize has now come for­ward and we hope that they will en­joy their win.

“It would have been aw­ful if the ticket holder had missed out on this sub­stan­tial and life-en­hanc­ing amount of money.

“We would like to re­mind all Na­tional Lot­tery play­ers to check their tick­ets ev­ery time they play.”

If no one comes for­ward with a win­ning ticket be­fore a prize claim dead­line, the prize money and gen­er­ated i nter­est go to­wards help­ing Na­tional Lot­tery-funded projects.

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