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Lottery winner ex-nurse, 75, shares romantic plan for spending jackpot winnings

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A retired nurse who won a fortune on People's Postcode Lottery has told of her romantic plan for spending her winnings.

Thrilled Joycelyn Gage, 75, scooped a £30,000 share of £150,000 when her postcode TN11 0RT, in Hadlow, Kent, was picked as a jackpot winner.

Joycelyn, who helped chronic pain patients before retiring, discovered how much she’d won during a video call with People’s Postcode Lottery ambassador Judie McCourt.

And she was quick to explain her romantic plan for a very special occasion she's set to share with husband Stafford next year.

Joycelyn explained: “Oh I’ll be going to the Caribbean, to a little island called Montserrat which is where I was born and I’ll be visiting family and friends.

“It’s our 50th wedding anniversary next year and we got married there, so it will be a great opportunity to go back and celebrate our golden wedding anniversary in style.”

The grandmother of four also plans to have a big family celebration when it is safe to do so.

Joycelyn added: “I’ll take my three children and grandchildren out for a meal. We’re a very close family and FaceTime every day. I can’t wait to tell my children – I don’t think they’ll believe me!

“Other than my holiday and taking the family for a meal, I’ll need to think about how I’ll spend it. But I’m sure I’ll be put it to good use.

“It’s a tremendous boost to my bank account that I never envisaged, so I’m very happy and excited about it!”

People’s Postcode Lottery costs £10 a month to play and there are guaranteed winners every day.

People play with their chosen postcode and are automatically entered into all draws.

A minimum of 32% of ticket sales goes directly to charities and players of People’s Postcode Lottery have helped raise over £600 million to date for thousands of good causes across Britain and internationally.

This draw was promoted on behalf of People’s Postcode Trust which provides funding to promote human rights, combat discrimination and prevent poverty.

Players must be 16+.

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