Whittlesey Co-operative sells winning lottery ticket worth more than £1million

PUBLISHED: 15:50 13 August 2015 | UPDATED: 15:50 13 August 2015

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A winning lottery ticket for more than £1million was sold in the Co-operative in Whittlesey.

The Blunts Lane Cooperative Food store received a letter from Camelot on Monday revealing the massive win and a poster to hang up to spread the good news.

But Camelot did not disclose any more information about the winner or when the winning ticket was bought.

Store manager Jason Staples said: “We received a letter on Monday morning saying someone had won over a million and a poster for the shop.

“Camelot will not give us any more details other than it was bought in the shop. I’m assuming the person wants to remain anonymous. We would like to know more but it’s quite exciting for the shop.”


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