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Playing with three tickets Vic Langley, 58, took home £17,400. "I've been playing for four years but only moved into my new postcode in August so I’m feeling especially lucky."We just got back from holiday in the USA but I think we'll look at somewhere further afield next year now." Residents are not only the big winners, as the game donates a certain amount of money to charity.At least 31 per cent from each ticket goes directly to charity.Over £229 million has so far been raised by people buying tickets, which has supported over 3,000 charities and good causes in Great Britain and internationally.Representatives from charities that have received funding attended the event to thank players for their support, including Cowley-based Oxfam, Missing People and CLIC Sargent.
Mrs Coates said they had plenty of time to decide how to spend their winnings on an upcoming trip to Majorca.or "studied charisma", as it is often called, has been attributed to the "chaotic" modern dating scene reportedly as a result of the increased empowerment and equality of women in western society and changes to traditional gender roles combined with the influence of distinct biological imperatives in men and women.However, one self-described "picker-upper of women" preceding Weber was rational emotive psychotherapist Albert Ellis, who wrote The Art of Erotic Seduction, a how-to guide for men that encouraged them to meet women through the "pickup", with Roger Conway in 1967.Carol Walden, a Slimming World consultant, won after her specific postcode, OX11 8BE, was picked as the overall winner.With her new-found fortune, Mrs Walden is planning to help buy some furniture for her 22-year-old son James who is moving out of the family home whilst her husband also has an eye on a new car.