A syndicate of 31 from Berwick-on-Tweed have won a million pounds on the EuroMillions millionaire raffle.
It works out at £32,258 each.
The group come from the local Rotary club who meet at Berlino's Steakhouse restaurant in the town every Tuesday night and some of the staff at the eating house.
The leader of the syndicate, 72-year-old Jim Gladstone said: "We couldn't believe it when we won.
"We are all so happy that it is happening to all of us together."
Their winning EuroMillions numbers came up on Friday night. The win was confirmed on Sunday.
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