People’s Postcode Lottery arrives in Kilsyth
Players in Kilsyth and surrounding villages set to share £2 Million Postcode Millions prize
Following last week’s announcement that players in postcode sector G65 9 have won £2 Million in People’s Postcode Lottery’s May Postcode Millions draw, the minimum prize has been confirmed as a fantastic £1,000.
On Saturday 31 May from 12pm-2pm at the Colzium Estate in Kilsyth, winners will gather to celebrate the Postcode Millions party where all winning players within postcode sector G65 9 will learn just how much of the £2 Million prize pot they have won. Those living in the full winning postcode, to be revealed on the day, will walk away with the lion’s share of the £2 Million prize.
The winners’ celebration will also see a number of supported charities in attendance including Maggie’s, Riding for the Disabled Association and Dogs Trust which will allow the charities to meet all the excited winners. Sophie Smedley from Maggie’s is attending the event and was keen to express her gratitude to players, “I always love coming along to a Postcode Millions event. It’s a great opportunity for the team at Maggie’s to meet directly with the players and thank them for playing People’s Postcode Lottery and supporting charities like us. Congratulations to all winners I hope they have a fantastic day.”
People’s Postcode Lottery ambassador Judie McCourt will be hosting the event and is excited to be revealing the winning cheques to all the winners. Judie said, “It’s great to be heading back to Scotland for another Postcode Millions event, the crowd is always very excitable up here. Good luck to everyone, I can’t wait to see how much you have all won.”
Winners, who have already been notified, are invited to attend the cheque presentation from 1pm on Saturday to join in the celebrations.
As a charity lottery, players of People’s Postcode Lottery have raised over £41.5 Million for charities and good causes across Britain and now internationally. Across Kilsyth & the surrounding villages over £24,000 has been awarded to local projects from People’s Postcode Trust, a grant giving body funded entirely by players of the charity lottery. The Marvels, a local cheerleading group, received £2,000 in funding which they used to purchase new training uniforms.