Camelot say ‘missing’ £1 million ticket holder from Cambridgeshire has stepped forward

PUBLISHED: 11:35 03 April 2017 | UPDATED: 11:35 03 April 2017

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Someone in Cambridgeshire is £1 million better off today after claiming a EuroMillions ticket from the Camelot.

A spokesman said for Camelot UK Lotteries Limited, operator of The National Lottery, said they were “pleased to announce that the £1,000,000 EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker prize from the EuroMillions draw on March 14, 2017 – which had previously remained outstanding from a ticket bought in the District of Huntingdonshire – has now been claimed”.

The spokesman said that unless the winner of a major National Lottery prize opts to take full publicity and signs an agreement to that effect, no further information can be released about their win.

Andy Carter of 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 life-changing amount of money. We would like to remind all National Lottery players to check their tickets every time they play.”


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