Two people who bought lottery tickets in Gloucester and Bristol last July could be millionaires and not know it. And time's running out - the deadline to claim is 11pm tonight. If you think you it could be you, check out the National Lottery website here.
The missing tickets were two of 100 winning tickets drawn in the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle on 26 July.
If no-one comes forward the prize money, plus interest, will go to the National Lottery Good Causes.
Two people in Bristol and Gloucester have each won £1 million jackpots but have not claimed their prize money. Theirs were two of the one hundred winning tickets in the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle draw on 26 July 2013.
They have until 22 January 2014 to make their claim.
The Monastic library at Downside Abbey near Bath is to receive almost £900,000 pounds from the National Lottery. It will allow the monks to share their extraordinary collection with the public.
He worked all his life driving lorries, but now he can really enjoy his retirement. Great grandfather John Alford has become a millionaire after hitting the jackpot on the lottery.
The 76-year-old from Trowbridge in Wiltshire today said he was going to take his family away on a dream holiday abroad.
Our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy went to meet him:
76 year old John Alford from Trowbridge has described winning the lottery as "a wonderful, wonderful feeling knowing that we won’t have a financial care in the world for the rest of our days". John and his wife Pauline have been playing the lottery since it first started in 1994.
John has been retired for 10 years. Before that he worked as a fireman on the footplate of steam engines with the old Great Western Railway, a long-distance lorry driver with the former Watney Brewery and a Transport and General Workers’ Union convenor.
Along with his wife Pauline John has three children, nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. John has already booked them a two week holiday to Florida.
Great grandfather John Alford celebrates his £1.4 million lottery win with a family holiday to Florida. Rob Murphy has been to meet him ...
76 year old John Alford, from Trowbridge has won £1.4 million on the National Lottery. John said his family are very close and he'd always joked that if he won the lottery he'd take them all on holiday - so that's what they're doing!
A great grandfather from Trowbridge, who has won £1.4 million on the lottery will be celebrating by taking 20 of his family on holiday to Florida.
A 76 year old retired lorry driver from Trowbridge has won £1.4 million on the lottery. The great grandfather (who hasn't yet been named) won the money on Saturday's Lotto Draw.
People in Bristol are being urged to check old lottery tickets after someone from the city won a jackpot prize of more than £1 million - but has so far not claimed it.
The search is on to find the owner of the winning ticket, bought in the city of Bristol, which matched all six numbers in the Lotto draw on Wednesday, December 12.