British National Lottery Results For Saturday 29 October 2011

 
 
The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for Saturday 29 October 2011 were as follows:
 

05 – 09 – 14 – 28 – 46 – 49 Bonus: 45

 
There were an amazing EIGHT winners of the jackpot this time so they share the £3,997,456 prize and get £499,682 each.

Another 579,402 players won a share of an additional £9,166,810 prize money, with individual prizes ranging from £10 to £136,665.

The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Wednesday 2 November 2011 currently stands at £2,200,000.

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European Lottery Results For Friday 28 October 2011

 
 
The results of the Eurolottery draw for last night (Friday 28 October 2011) were:
 

16 – 17 – 20 – 39 – 50 Lucky Stars: 04 – 08

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

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There was no jackpot winner this time so the £23,734,845 jackpot will roll over to the next draw.

One player is a new millionaire today however as there was a winner of the £1,000,000 Millionaire Raffle.

There were another 2,867,066 lucky players who won smaller prizes of between £2.70 and £63,977.70.

The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw on Tuesday 1 November 2011 presently stands at £29,000,000.

Go to one website for tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries with prize money totalling US$ 570,936,061 – and that website is theLotter.com.
 
 

Play Lotteries Online: Facebook Lottery Scam

Once again evidence showing why you can only rely on lottery tickets purchased in shops, or why it is good to play lotteries online, has shown itself. This time it involves a scam supposedly sourced from Facebook (it had to happen).

The American Better Business Bureau report bogus emails arriving in victim’s inboxes supposedly from Mark Zuckerberg at Facebook. The emails claim the recipient is the winner of $1 million in the Facebook 2011 Sweepstakes.

Curiously the email goes on to claim the prize will be released from the Facebook office in England and victims are asked to click on a link. As so often happens there is a paragraph requesting complete confidentiality: this of course ensures the recipient does not discuss the email with anybody else and so discover it is a fraud.

Of course the email is not from Facebook at all but from some shadowy scammer somewhere in the world.

As usual there are several clues to prove the email is bogus. Firstly in this case the office is “in England.” Why this would be case in a legitimate lottery is unclear but certainly anyone from or familiar with the country would be more likely to describe it as ‘Britain’ or the ‘United Kingdom’ than just ‘England.’ Equally, as has been said so often, no lottery organizer will send an unexpected message to say someone has won their lottery – you will know already that you have bought a ticket or that you already play lotteries online. The emails always contain bad spelling or grammar or other mistakes, such as the reference to ‘England’ already mentioned.

Such scams are simply out to part you either from your details (and therefore your identity) or your money (in the form of some ‘administrative fee’ or similar).

If you do get such an email you can report it to the authorities closest to you and/or delete it. Never get involved in any way.

See more about these fraudulent emails at the Better Business Bureau website.

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British National Lottery Results For Wednesday 26 October 2011

 
 
The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for Wednesday 26 October 2011 were:
 

04 – 23 – 34 – 38 – 39 – 41 Bonus: 27

 
There was one winner of the jackpot last night – that lucky player will take home a useful £2,598,975.

An additional 236,094 players received their share of a £4,639,697 prize fund with individual prizes ranging from £10 to £266,561.

The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Saturday 29 October 2011 currently stands at £4,100,000.

Get your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

European Lottery Results For Tuesday 25 October 2011

 
 
The results of the Eurolottery for last night, Tuesday 25 October 2011, were:
 

12 – 22 – 27 – 28 – 39 Lucky Stars: 04 – 10

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

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The jackpot was a total of £13,059,000 but there was no winner this time so this will roll over to the next draw on Friday.

There were 1,817,410 other winners however and they won prizes of between £2.40 and £363,386.60 – plus one winner of the £1,000,000 Millionaire Raffle of course.

The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw (on Friday 28 October 2011) presently stands at £23,000,000.

Find all the tickets you need for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

British National Lottery Results For Saturday 22 October 2011

 
 
The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for Saturday 22 October 2011 were as follows:
 

20 – 27 – 28 – 34 – 43 – 44 Bonus: 01

 
There was another lucky jackpot winner this week – one player takes away a cool £4,639,087.

Another 451,984 players share a prize fund of £8,587,335 with individual prizes of between £10 and £285,482.

The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw on Wednesday 26 October 2011 currently stands at £2,200,000.

Join the fun by getting your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.

 

European Lottery Results For Friday 21 October 2011

 
The results of the Eurolottery draw for last night, Friday 21 October 2011, were:
 

02 – 19 – 33 – 37 – 46 Lucky Stars: 05 – 08

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

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There were two lucky winners of the £41,682,028 jackpot this weekend – each will receive an exciting £20,841,013.80.

They weren’t the only winners however with another 2,952,583 players receiving prizes ranging from £3.20 to £220,229.60 – and of course there was a Millionaire Raffle winner.

The jackpot for the next Euromillions draw (on Tuesday 25 October 2011) currently stands at £12,000,000.

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UK Lottery Draw: Hanger Farm Arts Centre

 

 

The UK lottery draw is well known for coming to the aid of large projects such as the 2012 Olympic Games and restoring large buildings but the impact the UK lottery draw has on local communities is less obvious.

 

Hanger Farm near Totton, Southampton was first recorded in Saxon times although it seems likely the site may have been in use for a long time before that. The farm was in continuous existence from that time right up until around 60 years ago. In the 1950s the 18th century buildings fell into disuse and it was feared the site would be absorbed into the housing estates expanding to the south of the site.

 

Many interested parties examined the farm for potential uses and in 2003 the visionary members of the Totton and Eling Town Council first started to discuss the possibility of an arts centre at Hanger Farm. Totton College joined the project and agreed to jointly run the site. Gradually contributions for the £757,000 needed came in from the local New Forest District Council and Hampshire County Council. The fund was still £230,000 short however.

 

An application was made to the UK lottery draw for finances from the Heritage Lottery Fund and the required money was granted.

 

What resulted was a sympathetic restoration of the farm buildings with the barn becoming a vibrant theatre with room for 140 – 200 seats as well as a gallery capable of staging small art exhibitions and a rehearsal room.

 

The restoration following the UK lottery draw grant revealed the fine timbers of the building in all their glory and these offer a glorious backdrop to the activities taking places. The arts centre hosts a combination of professional and amateur community events with the building made available to the College during the day for lessons, exams and showcases. Since a government minister opened the centre in July 2006, it has seen a wide variety of art exhibitions, plays, musicians, comedians, dancers and pantomimes.

 

Further expansion of the site has seen Hanger Farm also embrace a tennis centre, cafe, children’s playground and large paddling pool. The main farmhouse was also preserved and has become a beautiful family home.

 

The UK lottery draw continues to benefit communities all around the country.

 
To find out more about the Hanger Farm Arts Centre, please visit the Totton College website.
 
 

British National Lottery results For Wednesday 19 October 2011

 
 
The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for yesterday, Wednesday 19 October 2011, were as follows:
 

13 – 14 – 18 – 32 – 34 – 49 Bonus: 20

 
There was a lucky jackpot winner of the £2,628,379 top prize.

Another 240,027 players shared prize money of £4,711,587 with prizes ranging from £10 to £808,732.

The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Saturday 22 October 2011 currently stands at £4,100,000.

Get your tickets for this and 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.
 
 

European Lottery Results For Tuesday 18 October 2011

 
The results of the European lottery for yesterday, Tuesday 18 October 2011, were as follows:
 

18 – 23 – 37 – 46 – 48 Lucky Stars: 02 – 10

 
Millionaire Raffle:
 

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The jackpot of £30,927,684 remains unwon so will roll over to the next draw.

There was of course a Millionaire Raffle winner and another 1,663,793 players won prizes ranging from £3.00 to £407,335.20.

The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw on Friday 21 October 2011 currently stands at £41,000,000.

Join in the fun by getting tickets for this or 37 other global lotteries at theLotter.com.