The results of the European lottery draw for last night Friday 9 December 2011 were:
12 – 21 – 29 – 44 – 47 Lucky Stars: 01 – 02
The £22,918,879 jackpot was not won once more so will roll over to the next draw.
There were 2,879,153 winners however who receive prizes ranging from £2.80 to £204,997.30.
The jackpot for the next Eurolottery draw on Tuesday 13 December 2011 currently stands at £28,000,000.
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The British National Lottery has been helping the preparations for the 2012 London Olympic Games through extensive funding initiatives. This has not been restricted to the sports and sports facilities we can all see but also includes responsibilities to other areas that are not so obvious.
Projects supported by the British National Lottery funding include ‘In The Parks,’ an initiative in the London boroughs of Newham, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Greenwich and Hackney most at the centre of preparation for the Games. The programme is intended to encourage sport among residents of the boroughs through a series of annual Sports festivals.
The first of these events was held in September 2010 in Newnham, timed to coincide with the Tour of Britain cycle race. Appropriately the emphasis was on cycling but other sports, such as table tennis, taekwondo and basketball were also trialed. Olympic athletes were there to encourage the participants.
Three further events took place in the boroughs during 2011.
There are also two other projects, ‘Represent London,’ which involves local people in voluntary roles to help the Games run smoothly, and ‘Transformers,’ a programme encouraging local communities to come up with innovative ways to celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
All three of these local projects are collectively known as the East London Business Alliance and are financed to the tune of £2.85 million by the UK lottery draw.
The results of the UK Lottery Draw (the Lotto) for last night, Wednesday 7 December 2011, were:
10 – 14 – 27 – 31 – 32 – 47 Bonus: 41
Once again the £10,064,790 jackpot was not won so will roll over to the next draw.
There were 343,520 winners however – they take home their share of £5,952,513 in the form of prizes ranging from £10 to £81,785.
The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Saturday 9 December 2011 presently stands at £15,000,000.
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The results of the Eurolottery draw for last night, Tuesday 6 December 2011, were as follows:
19 – 20 – 21 – 34 – 38 Lucky Stars: 03 – 09
There was no winner of the £12,904,500 jackpot this time so the money will roll over to the next draw.
1,640,871 players did win prizes however – and these varied from £2.90 to £171,772.60.
The jackpot for the next European lottery draw (on Friday 9 December 2011) currently stands at £22,000,000.
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A group of staff and regulars in the Beech Tree pub in Heald Green, Cheshire have reasons to raise a celebratory glass after winning £1 million in the European lottery.
The syndicate of 25 members scooped the Millionaire Raffle prize – together with another £2.70 prize – at their first attempt at playing the Eurolottery draw on Friday.
The organiser of the syndicate, David Edwards, went and checked the winning lottery numbers in his local shop. He couldn’t believe what he saw so he checked again on the television. “I went into the pub and told everyone and they thought I was winding them up. It has been a bit of a party since.”
Each member, including landlord Steve Hough, will receive £40,000 from the European lottery organisers. Although none of them will be able to retire, the win will mean some useful changes in their lives.
Steve Hough has already booked a holiday to see family in Australia and will give his young son a great Christmas.
Dave Edwards (who has won smaller lottery prizes in the past) will use the money to get his Ford Fiesta on the road and update his house.
Samantha Dickenson, a barmaid in the pub, has lived in rented accommodation for ten years and got married in September. The Eurolottery win means she and her husband can now buy their own home for the first time.
The Eurolottery syndicate is called ‘the Mighty Reds’ after Manchester United football team, although there have been some grumblings from some members who support rivals Manchester City. Still, the European lottery win might make them feel a little happier!
The UK Lottery Draw (the Lotto) results for Saturday (3 December 2011) were:
01 – 30 – 35 – 47 – 48 – 49 Bonus: 08
The jackpot of £7,140,945 was unallocated so will roll over to the next draw.
There were 431,529 winners however who each won between £10 and £306,327 – a total of £8,679,943.
The jackpot for the next British National Lottery draw on Wednesday 7 December 2011 presently stands at £10,000,000.
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The results of the Eurolottery draw for last night, Friday 2 December 2011, were:
07 – 27 – 30 – 40 – 43 Lucky Stars: 08 – 09
There was one lucky jackpot winner who takes away £23,341,756 – we hope it was you.
Another 2,907,513 players receive prizes ranging from £2.90 to a useful £629,166.10. Plus a player won the Millionaire Raffle, of course.
The jackpot for the next European lottery draw on Tuesday 6 December 2011 currently stands at £12,000,000.
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The results of the UK lottery draw (the Lotto) for last night, Wednesday 30 November 2011, were:
13 – 23 – 24 – 25 – 26 – 30 Bonus: 04
The jackpot of £2,163,127 was not won on this occasion so will roll over to the next draw.
308,956 players however did win prizes worth a total of £4,895,975. The individual prizes ranged from £10 to £55,464.
The jackpot for the next UK lottery draw (the Lotto) on Saturday 3 December 2011 currently stands at £6,300,000.
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