Berkshire news Unclaimed winning lottery ticket bought across Berkshire border PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The unclaimed ticket has been bought in South Oxfordshire - and the clock is now ticking to claim the prize
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Someone in or around Reading could be sitting on a winning lottery ticket - as a huge prize winning ticket purchased just across the border. A Set-for-Life draw ticket was bought across the border in South Oxfordshire. The National Lottery has not said where in the district, which borders Reading, Wokingham Borough and West Berkshire, the ticket was purchased. Towns and villages in the South Oxfordshire district include Sonning Common, Wallingford, Watlington and Henley. The winning ticket was bought for the Thursday, July 21 Set-for-Life draw. The winning numbers are 8, 24, 26, 37 and 43 - with the Life Ball being 10. Read More: Reading café shuts doors for final time The winning prize is £10,000 a month for a year. This means that unclaimed ticket is worth £120,000 to someone. The clock has started ticking through - you only have 180 days to claim a winning National Lottery ticket.
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. How long do you have to claim National Lottery or Euromillions winning tickets? And what happens if you don't claim in time? The winning prizes for EuroMillions and National Lottery must be claimed within 180 days of the draw taking place. This gives winners a period of around six months to contact the National Lottery's organisers to stake their claim. If it is not claimed within the time period then the winner has lost their prize. If the time limit does expire then the money and any interest earned on it will instead be spent on various National Lottery funded projects across the country. How do you prove you have a valid winning ticket and how do you claim your prize? Any winning prize that is worth more than £50,000 - such as all the ones listed below - can be claimed by calling the National Lottery on 0333 234 50 50. The same rules apply whether you bought the ticket in store or you played online. Anyone who claims a prize will also need to provide proof of actually being a winner so it can be validated and confirmed by Camelot. This would ideally including evidence such as the winning ticket. Read Next: Cabbie rescues runaway tortoise from Berkshire traffic Search for wanted man who failed to appear before court New homes to be built near Berkshire school - despite road concerns Firefighters called to Reading park blaze Bins to be collected early as temperatures set to climb again
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