DO­ING BIRD Hawks lift lags’ spir­its with ‘fun­day’ dis­plays

The People - - NEWS FEATURES - By An­to­nia Paget by Phil Cardy

No re­spon­si­bil­ity is ac­cepted for fail­ure to claim in the stated hours. Calls charged at na­tional rate. Stan­dard Trin­ity Mir­ror plc rules ap­ply, see www.peo­ uk/2018bin­gorules. Full terms as pre­vi­ously pub­lished. BRI­TAIN’S youngest lot­tery mil­lion­aire is hop­ing money can buy her love – and wants to pay the right man £60,000 a year to date her.

Euromil­lions win­ner Jane Park, 23, is mak­ing the cash of­fer af­ter a string of failed re­la­tion­ships left her alone with her for­tune.

She is launch­ing a web­site where blokes can ap­ply to be her boyfriend for a £60,000 an­nual “al­lowance” so they can wine and dine her.

A source told how she will film the in­ter­view process for a doc­u­men­tary, set to air next year.

The source said: “Jane is amaz­ing and has so much to give but she has found her­self alone again as since she won, she’s had ter­ri­ble luck.

“She’s never sure whether she is be­ing loved for her­self or for her bank bal­ance. So she would rather have the ar­range­ment out in the open. A JAIL is bright­en­ing up life on the wing by treat­ing lags to dis­plays by birds of prey. Jane has a ten­dency to be in­se­cure some­times and wor­ries about peo­ple’s mo­tives. She is will­ing to pay the right price for some­one loyal.”

Jane dated X Fac­tor fi­nal­ist Sam Cal­la­han in 2016 but they split over re­ports of him cheat­ing. And her re­la­tion­ship with teenage footie ace Jor­dan Pig­gott ended in heartbreak.

She was just 17 when she scooped £1mil­lion on her first ticket. Since then, she has splashed out on cars, hol­i­days and plas­tic surgery.

It is all a far cry from her £8-an-hour job as an ad­min temp and two-bed Ed­in­burgh coun­cil flat she shared with her mum be­fore her win. But she says life was eas­ier back then.

The source added: “Loy­alty is the most im­por­tant thing to her – the money is a small price to pay.” were re­vealed in a re­port by jail watch­dog the In­de­pen­dent Mon­i­tor­ing Board.

It says: “Birds of prey con­tinue to be pop­u­lar and pris­on­ers gain in­sight from car­ing for them.

“It is good to note the in­volve­ment of the birds on fam­ily days.

“Pris­on­ers clearly en­joy the fam­ily days when they are given the op­por­tu­nity to spend the af­ter­noon with their fami- lies in the vis­its hall. Cater­ing is pro­vided and ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude face paint­ing, ipads, read­ing groups and birds of prey demon­stra­tions.”


As well as Brexit the owl, the other rap­tors in­clude Chest­nut the Tawny owl, Jesse the kestrel and three barn owls named Ge­orgina, Jack and Bram­ble.

There are Har­ris hawks called Frisk, Blue­bell and Grace, plus a trio of Ben­gal ea­gle owls named Olivia, Ron and Reg­gie – pos­si­bly a nod to the Kray Twins.

Most of the birds were do­nated by War­ring­ton-based char­ity Wild­wings, which of­fers ex­per­tise and sup­port for the pro­gramme.

The birds are cared for by a five-strong team of in­mates se­lected for good be­hav­iour and progress.

A spokesper­son for the prison, run by G4S, con­firmed only in­mates with in­creased priv­i­leges were el­i­gi­ble to take part in the open days.

The IMB re­port also re­vealed a prison band was be­ing set up, a sports mas­sage course has been in­tro­duced and lags also en­joyed foot­ball and bowls ses­sions.

JACK­POT: £1mil­lion win at 17 LONELY: Jane will stump up for a man

HOOT: Jail owl called Brexit

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