Kitchen Workers Quit Work After Winning EuroMillions Jackpot

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Kitchen Workers Quit Work After Winning EuroMillions Jackpot

Postby » Thu 09 Nov 17, 11:00

A syndicate of six will never have to cook hospital meals again after immediately handing in their resignations in the wake of a big EuroMillions win. The Catering Girls had worked together in Neath Port Talbot, but are now making big plans for the future after pocketing last Friday’s £25.4 million jackpot. The lucky friends matched the numbers 5, 12, 17, 33 and 41, plus Lucky Stars 4 and 9, in the draw on 3rd November, becoming the UK’s seventh jackpot winners of 2017. They came forward on Wednesday to be presented with their giant cheque, and revealed that the big win almost never happened. Louise Ward, 37, told the assembled press at Hensol Castle that she had been thinking about leaving the syndicate so that she could save more money ahead of her wedding next March. She ended up staying with the group, and it was the numbers she selected which came up. Louise said: “Imagine if I’d stopped, they were my numbers, so we’d never have won.”

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