A woman who recently won a EuroMillions jackpot along with her husband has vowed to continue volunteering to help the elderly. Angela Maxwell had initially thought it was an April Fool's joke when her husband, Richard, first informed her they'd won a £53m jackpot, making them the 10th biggest lottery winners in the UK.
Having had time to come to terms with the life-changing win, Angela has decided to continue her work preparing meals for the elderly at Coningsby Community Hall in Lincolnshire.
The couple are also going to use some of their winnings to purchase a new community minibus for the OAPs. A central Florida man and woman who have come forward to claim their half of a Mega Millions jackpot of $414 million say the money will allow them to do all sorts of things including investing, traveling and going to as many Notre Dame football games as they can.
Raymond Moyer and Robyn Collier, both 35, have claimed their $207 million prize, the Florida Lottery announced Tuesday.
The winning Quick Pick ticket for the March 18 drawing was purchased at a Publix grocery store on Merritt Island, Lottery officials said. Collier said in a lottery news release that she and Moyer didn't know they had won until the morning after the drawing when the numbers were on the news.
Moyer said he didn't believe Collier until he saw the store where they purchased the ticket on the news.
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3,000 millionaires have been created by the National Lottery but what have they spent their money on? Property was the most popular area for winners to spend their money on with ?2.72bn spent on a main property.


Winners have contributed almost ?750m to GDP, and generated more than ?500m in tax receipts for the Exchequer. Through their spending on property, cars, caravans, and travel and tourism, the study estimates that each winner keeps six people in a full time job for a year. The majority of winners (59%) give up work whilst 19% carried on working despite their big win. Many use the cash to start their own business - 15% start up their own business and 9% have helped other to set themselves up in business. Hot tubs, walk-in wardrobes, electric gates and a games room were features most winners required in their new home.
The average price of a winner's favourite car is ?46,116 and in total 17,190 cars have been bought by lottery millionaires. The tables below shows what winners spend their money on, their favourite cars to buy and top holiday destinations. For the rest of the face, he used Luminous Moisture Cream, Radiant Cream Compact Foundation and Pressed Powder to give skin a glowing appearance. But the standout, of course, were the brows, which may have inspired a few models to consider making the look a bit more permanent. A one-time, lump-sum payment of nearly $115.5 million was made to the Cobie and Seamus Trust, dated April 21, 2014. A survey of the spending habits of the 3000 millionaires created since the National Lottery's launch has given us the following insights. The bulk of the money went on property, with ?2.72bn spent on winners' main properties, and ?170m in paying off existing debt and mortgages. Unpaid voluntary work is undertaken by 31% of the winners and 7% have helped in a care home or hospital.
Almost a third bought a new home with a hot tub and 28% went for a walk-in wardrobe, whereas 24% opted for a home with electric gates.


The Caribbean was the favourite overseas country for 9% with Dubai and the Canary Islands chosen by 6% each.
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In the 20 years since the first seven balls fell into place (30, 3, 5, 44, 14 and 22, bonus ball 10), on a television programme presented by Noel Edmonds, the lottery has created more than 3,600 millionaires and multimillionaires – and continues to create new ones at an average of six a week.
Maintenance was another area winners spent money on with 30% of winners employed a cleaner and 24% a gardener.
Range Rover and BMW were the second most sought after and Mercedes and Land Rover also made the top five of most popular cars. Five star hotels are frequented by 68% of winners although winners have also generated ?7.4m of UK caravan sales. California Lottery spokesperson Russ Lopez said there were two more winning tickets sold, one in Tennessee and one in Florida.We have a winner in California! Price won by correctly matching all five numbers and the Powerball.That lucky person is 27-year-old hedge fund manager Jared Price from Chino Hills, California.We have a winner in California! For most of the lucky winners it has brought the predictable rewards of big houses, fast cars, exotic holidays, and the true luxury of financial security. Others have realised the less obvious dreams of buying a firework company, a football club, a new pair of hips (and these are only the ones we hear about – 85 per cent of winners choose to remain anonymous). Choosing numbers based on birthdays and anniversaries will stack the odds against you; the most drawn numbers are 23, 25, 31, 38, 43 and 44.



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