A couple from Nottingham are celebrating their lottery win - after finding their winning ticket stuck to the fridge two months later!
Julie Gamble insists she doesn't want any of the £45 million her son, Matthew Topham, won on the Euromillions lottery.
A syndicate of 12 bus drivers from Corby collect their £38 million Euromillions jackpot.
A couple from Nottinghamshire have scooped a £1million EuroMillions Raffle jackpot from the draw on 23rd March 2012 - after finding their winning ticket stuck to the fridge two months later!
They're the fourth winner in Nottinghamshire since January, meaning almost £93 million pounds has been won in the county this year.
The lucky couple will be unveiled later on this morning.
A £1 million EuroMillions prize has not yet been claimed by the winner, who bought the ticket in Nottingham.
Camelot says the EuroMillions Raffle winner has until September to claim their prize money.
If no one comes forward, the money will be added to the National Lottery Good Causes fund.
A National Lottery spokesman said: "The clock is now ticking for these lucky ticket-holders."
The ticket number, won in the March 23rd draw, is LHZ360128.
12 bus drivers have won the £38 million EuroMillions jackpot.
They received their cheque today.
Charles Gillion is one of the lucky men. His wife Penelope described how a fellow syndicate member called to their home with the good news at 2am on Saturday morning.
She said: "All I know is that it's the perfect retirement present. They all deserve it and all work long shifts."
A syndicate of bus drivers who won a £38 million pound lottery jackpot will be receiving their cheques from Camelot later.
The bus drivers, who worked at a depot in Corby, will each walk away with 3.1 million pounds.