Last call for two National Lottery winnersWednesday June 1st 2011
If you play the main National Lottery game, Lotto and live in either the Borough of Harrogate or Vale of White Horse, Oxfordshire, then this is the last call for two National Lottery winners from these areas to come forward. There are two outstanding prizes, both of significant sums that are set to expire in June, so time is running out very quickly for the lucky winners to step forward and make their claims.
The first of these two National Lottery prizes belong to a ticket holder from the Borough of Harrogate. The ticket was for the draw that took place on 8th December 2010 and matched five numbers plus the bonus ball to win a prize of £62,729. The lottery numbers drawn were 14, 16, 23, 24, 25, 43 and the bonus ball was 48.
The other outstanding National Lottery prize does not expire until 16th June but this is a larger jackpot prize of £956, 813 from the draw that took place on 18th December 2010. The winning numbers are 9, 21, 35, 38, 46, 49 and the bonus ball was 40. The winning lottery ticket for this prize was purchased in the Vale of White Horse in Oxfordshire.
So if you play the National Lottery and purchased a lotto ticket in either of these areas, for either of the draws in question, then you might want to look out your lottery tickets, if you still have them and check them if you have not already done so. You could be the lucky lottery player that is sitting on one of these fantastic prizes.