A couple from Chippenham have won £1 million in the EuroMillions lottery draw.
The lucky pair are celebrating their good fortune alongside their eighth wedding anniversary.
A great-grandfather from Truro has hit the lottery jackpot, winning £13.5 million in last week's Lotto Rollover.
Three different people told Peter Congdon, 67, it was his lucky day after he won a few pounds on scratchcards three days in a row. When he got lucky on the Rollover his first thought was that he had won £25, before double checking with his daughter that it was the magic six.
Mr Congdon, a widower, is a father-of-three, grandfather-of-ten and great-grandfather-of-one in a close-knit family who all live nearby. He says he'll be treating himself and his children to new cars, but this year's family holiday won't be changing - they'll be going to Butlin's, as they have for 40 years.
Mr Congdon is the latest winner from the region, joining recent winners Jenn Burston from Exeter who won £3 million at Christmas, and a syndicate group from Plymouth who won last summer.
A great-grandfather from Cornwall has won £13.5 million on the lottery.
He's the latest winner from the region, joining recent winners Jenn Burston from Exeter who won £3m at Christmas, and a syndicate group from Plymouth who won last summer.
All we know is that the great-grandfather is from Truro - his identity will be unveiled later today.
There's a row in Stroud over a lottery winner who has stayed in his council house, despite winning enough to buy several homes.
More than 3,000 people are on the waiting list for a council property in the area.
The man is entitled to stay in the property as a lifetime tenant under current rules.