A group of five 'dinner ladies' from Balfour Primary School in Brighton have won more than £2m on a lottery syndicate ticket.
A man from Brighton is celebrating after his EuroMillions ticket made him one of 100 UK millionaires created on the Olympics opening night.
A single mother who won £1.6m on the lottery has revealed she was suffering from sleepless nights worrying about money.
Six areas in the south are being awarded at least £1 million by the Big Lottery Fund to "help improve the community".
Devonshire West in Eastbourne, Sompting in Adur, Whitley in Reading, Dover and Newington in Kent and Wecock Farm in Havant have been named as "forgotten pockets of the country" set to be awarded grants through The Big Local Programme.
The programme is the Lottery’s largest community-led regeneration project with residents to decide how the money should be spent over the next decade.
The communities have been targeted as having been overlooked for funding and investment in the past.
Bovington's Tank Museum in Dorset has been handed a windfall two point five million pounds.
The money from the Heritage Lottery Fund will go towards a new tank restoration centre, two new exhibitions and more support for volunteers.
Tank Museum Director Richard Smith said; "This is a pivotal moment in the history of The Tank Museum.
The support of the Heritage Lottery Fund will ensure that we can continue to thrive, so we are naturally delighted and extremely grateful."
Julie Styles bought her ticket on Friday 13th, but it proved lucky for her. She has used the same numbers since the lottery began and was considering going for lucky dips shortly before she scooped the jackpot.
A steam powered tug boat in Sussex has been given almost one million pounds of Lottery Funding.
The vessel is the last of her kind and played a huge role at Dunkirk and on D-Day. She'll be restored in Shoreham and then go on school visits around the south east coast.