People’s Postcode Lottery is a charity lottery raising funds for, and increasing awareness of, charities and good causes across Great Britain. Each day, Monday to Friday, winning tickets in 5 postcodes scoop £1,000 each with the daily prize. Every month, one player drives away a brand new BMW and tickets in one lucky postcode win a £5,000 dream holiday prize.
Please remember it is important that those who gamble do so responsibly and that information and help is readily available for the small minority who encounter problems. People’s Postcode Lottery is an External Lottery Manager and manages multiple society lotteries promoted by different causes supporting a range of good causes. Postcode Lottery Limited is regulated by the Gambling Commission under certificate nr 000-000829-N-102511-010 and 000-000829-R-102513-009. EuroMillions is an exciting pan-European lottery that is played across nine participating countries on Tuesday and Friday evenings.
The first Tuesday EuroMillions draw was held on 10th May 2011, and at the same time the gamea€™s matrix changed, expanding the Lucky Star pool from 2 out of 9 to 2 out of 11. Playing EuroMillions is simple; players select five main numbers from 1 to 50 and two Lucky Star numbers from 1 to 11, or choose a Lucky Dip to have their entries randomly generated for them. You can also play EuroMillions if you live outside a participating country; if you have a valid debit or credit card, you can purchase entries wherever you are in the world.
EuroMillions has a jackpot cap, meaning that it can roll over until it reaches the value of €190 million.
UK EuroMillions players have the chance to win a guaranteed A?1 million in every EuroMillions draw.
In February 2014, the French version of EuroMillions began offering My Million, a supplementary game that offers at least one prize worth a guaranteed €1 million in every draw. Leicestershire & Rutland Wildlife Trust has launched a competition offering three Leicester city primary schools the exciting opportunity to have a wild area created in their grounds.
The Trust is inviting all Leicester city primary schools to submit a design of a Forest School or wildlife area that they would like to have created in their grounds.
Martha Rose, Wild Forest School project co-ordinator, comments: “We want the children to really use their imaginations with their designs, the more inventive the better!
There is a A?3,500 allocation for each winning school’s wildlife area, so teachers will need to take this into account when pupils are coming up with their designs.

Other activities include Forest School sessions with children from 10 Leicester primary schools, and for the younger ones, two Wild Tots pre-school groups will be starting in April. The project aims to provide fun and engaging activities for children in Leicester to explore outdoor spaces and learn about nature. Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Lucky dip: The fraudsters claimed to be based in Canada Square, but they failed to even get the postcode rightThe letter is dated May 6, but says it is announcing the results of the New Year lottery draw. According to the letter, the lottery's head office is at 429 Canada Square, London E15 5FW. There is no general rule that means pensioner bonds cannot be encashed without a Grant of Probate.
The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. The GWT team work tirelessly throughout the year (and in all weathers) to maintain, protect and enhance our 29 nature reserves throughout the county. Players play with their postcodes to win cash prizes while raising money for charities and good causes across Great Britain and globally.
The first draw was held on 13th February 2004 with just three participating countries a€“ France, Spain and the UK. Prices for a single ticket vary between participating countries and in some cases may include an entry into a supplementary draw, such as the UK Millionaire Maker game or the French My Million game. It will stay at that value for a maximum of two draws; if no player can match the entire winning line in the second draw, then the money will roll down into the next prize tier with winners. The five main numbers on their EuroMillions entry are submitted into a supplementary draw for the opportunity to win fixed prizes up to the value of €500,000. The cost of a single EuroMillions ticket in France increased to €2.50 to accommodate the new game, but the chance to become a millionaire even if you dona€™t scoop the EuroMillions jackpot is absolutely worth it! A panel of judges will select their three favourite designs, which will then be turned into a reality by the Trust’s team of Grow Wild gardeners. Perhaps you’ve got a great idea for a home for all those creepy crawlies or maybe you want to design a special place for Forest School activities.
These kinds of opportunities are particularly important in urban areas, where chances to explore nature may be limited.

I rang this as well, but curiously, it played a message telling me that 'Peter Cole' was not available.This name was used in earlier frauds, including one falsely claiming to be the EuroMillions Lottery. The obstacle is the size of your father's investment.A All the other sums due to your father's estate were under A?10,000, but with interest his pensioner bonds are worth A?20,400.
Our beautiful nature reserves are havens for all manner of wildlife and spectacular places for people to visit.
On 8th October 2004, six additional nations a€“ Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg, Portugal and Switzerland a€“ all started participating in the game. Similar to UK Millionaire Maker, My Million players must match the code printed on their ticket with the one generated on the night of the EuroMillions to win a prize.
It seems the conmen have not had the brains to update their outgoing message when they changed their false name.They do not deserve anyone's money. A will itself does not give executors the power they need to collect assets, pay any debts and expenses, and then distribute bequests.A The document that gives this power is the Grant of Probate, which tells everyone that the executors have the legal right to deal with the estate. We are both extremely suspicious, but the letter looks so official that if it is a scam, it might well trick a lot of people.There is a People's Postcode Lottery, but the letter your brother received is a fake from a gang of fraudsters and has nothing to do with the real thing. London E15 is Stratford a€“ a few miles away.A The second red flag is the letter stating that if the prize money is not claimed, 'the entire funds will be returned to the UK Board of Internal Revenue'.
Most financial institutions take a fairly relaxed attitude to comparatively modest sums, and when an investor dies, they do not insist on a Grant of Probate.National Savings is allowed by the Government to pay out up to A?5,000 in this way. It sold carbon credit certificates to the public, claiming they would increase in value and could be sold for a profit.A In fact, there was no market through which they could be turned back into cash, and investors face a total loss. We think that NS&I should have made it clear when the bonds were introduced that probate would be required if the investor died. I never heard from Field again, and the company changed its name to Worldwide Commodity Partners Limited and carried on selling its dud bits of paper.It was finally killed off by a High Court order in 2014.

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