Weekly Lottery Results – Week 25

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Week 25 £1,000 winner is Mr M Mullineaux £150 winner is Mrs J McKenry £100 winner is Ms Marie £75 winner is Edith Pringle £50 winner is Julian Burt £50 winner is Dudley Letts £25 winner is Mr P Nott £25 winner is Mrs I Frith £25 winner is Mrs H Parry £25 winner is James Latham The Birthdate drawn was 23.10.67 and the £600 Prize was won by Mr Edwards.

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Weekly Lottery Results – Week 24

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Week 24 £1,000 winner is Eileen Pope £150 winner is Maureen Pye £100 winner is Mrs Marlow £75 winner is Mr J Priest £50 winner is Mr Carter £50 winner is Carol Read £25 winner is Mr Mogey £25 winner is Mrs J Studholme £25 winner is Mr G Taylor £25 winner is Michael Parker The Birthdate drawn was 07.10.14 and the £500 Prize was not won. Next week’s Jackpot Prize will £600.  

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Weekly Lottery Results – Week 23

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Week 23 £1,000 winner is Mrs J Hough £150 winner is Ian Cockram £100 winner is Mrs L McBurnie £75 winner is Mrs M Green £50 winner is Mr A Savage £50 winner is Mr R Nixon £25 winner is Mr Coles £25 winner is Mr G Kirkby £25 winner is Mrs M Bazeley £25 winner is Christine L’Enfant The Birthdate drawn was 23.02.86 and the £400 Prize was not won. Next week’s prize will be £500.

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Weekly Lottery Week 18

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£1,000 winner is Mrs I Phazey £150 winner is Derek Allen £100 winner is Melvyn Parsons £75 winner is Mrs N Chapman £50 winner is Carol Pope £50 winner is Mr R Millard £25 winner is Mr M Pearce £25 winner is Mr J Ault £25 winner is Ms S Murphy £25 winner is Andrew Emery The Birthdate drawn was 14.01.49 and the £1,100 Prize was won by Eileen James and Mr P Golder who shared £550 each.

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QEHB walk 2

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A partnership to help older members of the local community remain active, social and mentally stimulated has been launched at QEHB. Working with QEHB, Age Concern Birmingham introduced a weekly walk and talk group that tours the hospital building and grounds, whilst exploring the rich history of the area and the city in a safe guided environment. The walks are regularly lead by volunteers from Age Concern Birmingham who have a passion and interest in local history and who are …

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