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Retired Policeman Wins £250,000 on First Health Lottery Mega Raffle

on Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Retired Police Officer Wins Health Lottery Mega Raffle

Retired police officer Mick Aston has taken home a whopping £250k on the Health Lottery, becoming the very first Mega Raffle winner.

The 70-year-old only has 8 months of experience playing the lottery. He is planning to spend his newly gained fortune on a new bungalow.

The Wakefield man was surprised to discover he was the first quarter-millionaire winner. “I was in total shock, it’s taken a while to sink in. Actually, I don’t think it has sunk it yet. I am so happy.” Mick described.

The former police officer, whose wife past away a couple of years ago, is going to purchase a new accessible home with his £250,000 winnings.

“The money is really going to change my life. I think I am going to buy a bungalow, that would be brilliant.”

“I’m so lucky to have won. I will continue playing the lottery as I know it supports lots of good causes over the UK including my local area and that is really great.”