Seven neighbours in South Lanarkshire have been given cause to celebrate this weekend after winning £270,000 in the People’s Postcode Lottery.
The St Blane’s Drive residents in Rutherglen share the cash after G73 2BD was announced as a winner on Sunday, with two households claiming £60,000 each.
Five others have been handed cheques for £30,000 each – including social worker Liz Keenan.
She was with her husband John when she discovered the win during a video call with lottery ambassador Danyl Johnson.
The 53-year-old said the pair will use their winnings to “eventually move to Spain” after also investing in a new bathroom for their current home.
Sunday’s draw was promoted on behalf of Unicef, with players having raised more than £8.1 million for the charity and more than £600 million to date for thousands of other projects.
Ms Keenan added: “There’s a couple of charities that we’re thinking of sharing a wee bit with as well.
“I actually work in childcare so knowing it’s going back to the charities is good, £600 million is really keeping these places going.
“I think it’s great that sort of money is going to the charities.”
Johnson said: “Congratulations to Liz and all our other winners in Rutherglen.
“It sounds like a really friendly community and I’m so happy we could bring them this amazing news.”