Euromillions winners donate toys to Liverpool baby hospice

Emma Dunkley and Mally Forber. Credit: The National Lottery

A Euromillions winner from Liverpool is donating huge amounts of toys to a children's hospice in West Derby.

Emma Dunkley and husband Karl won up £6.5m in November 2009, and are donating the toys to Zoe's Place.

It follows a campaign with other winners across the region to transform a wood cabin into a gingerbread playhouse at the hospice.

The house was built, painted and furnished by lottery winners before Christmas, with children now enjoying the new addition.

Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice looks after children from birth to the age of five who have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.