A BURY St Edmunds person has scooped £100,000 by hitting the jackpot with the main prize in the new Health Lottery.
Numbers on their £1 ticket matched all five, from 50, to take the prize, along with four other equal winners, including three in the West Country, who also netted the same amount this week.
Operated for and on behalf of 51 local society lotteries across England, Wales and Scotland, The Health Lottery is unique in supporting one single cause: Health
The identity of the winner from Bury has not been revealed.
The other £100,000 winners came from Eastbourne, Bristol, Newton Abbot and Exeter.
In the same draw 24,000 other people won prizes of £500 and £50. Money raised goes to health causes.