Daily uk news Lottery winners who have been going to Glastonbury for 20 years gear up for this year's festival as millionaires - but they're still going in a SECOND-HAND caravan PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Stephen Webster, 45, and Arran Taylor, 41, a festival-obsessed couple from Bridgwater, will attend Glastonbury this year for the first time since winning £1million on the lottery.

Daily uk news Lottery winners who have been going to Glastonbury for 20 years gear up for this year's festival as millionaires - but they're still going in a SECOND-HAND caravan PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Stephen Webster, 45, and Arran Taylor, 41, a festival-obsessed couple from Bridgwater, will attend Glastonbury this year for the first time since winning £1million on the lottery.

Daily uk news  Lottery winners who have been going to Glastonbury for 20 years gear up for this year's festival as millionaires - but they're still going in a SECOND-HAND caravan PremierLeague-News.Com
19 June 2022 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A festival-obsessed couple are gearing up for their first Glastonbury weekend as millionaires after winning a National Lottery prize - and are going in a second-hand caravan.Stephen Webster, 45, and Arran Taylor, 41, won £1 million last year after matching five main numbers and the bonus ball.The couple, who live in Bridgwater, have been regulars at the Somerset music festival for more than 20 years.In recent years they have only attended on Sundays because of family commitments, but this year they will be going to the whole event for the first time since becoming parents.Mr Webster, a control and instrumentation engineer at a power station, said: 'My first Glastonbury was a washout, but I absolutely loved it. Since then, I've been to every festival. Festival-obsessed Stephen Webster (left), 45, and Arran Taylor (right), 41, will be attending Glastonbury this year for the first time after winning £1million on the National Lottery The lottery winners will be enjoying the weekend's festivities from the humble comforts of a second-hand caravan (pictured) 'I don't think we've ever had a shower at Glastonbury before', said Ms Taylor, as she reflected on the benefits of staying in a caravan  Mr Webster, an engineer, and Ms Taylor, a dispensing optician, won £1million on the National Lottery last year after matching five main numbers and the bonus ball The pair said they would be on the look out for Michelin star restaurants at Glastonbury this year, and that they would not be afraid to shell out on alcohol from the bars 'Of course, things changed a bit when our first child was born in 2011. 'Although we did take our eight-week-old baby along that year, it was just for the one day.'Since then, that's what we've done. We haven't camped; we've just gone for the Sunday.'However, now our kids are that bit older, the four of us are going to go for the whole weekend for the first time. We're all very excited.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sir Paul McCartney is set to virtually reunite with the late... The lost £3m lottery ticket that cost a marriage: Just one... Share this article Share Ms Taylor, who has been going to the festival with Mr Webster since 2002, has lots of happy memories.'We've seen some amazing live music over the years.

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.'The thing about Glastonbury though is that it isn't just about the music - although that is absolutely out of this world - there is so much going on that you can't really plan, you just have to go with the flow.' Their two children are big Billie Eilish fans, making the American singer's act a must-see for the family at Glastonbury this yearThe family will be going to the festival in a second-hand caravan - giving them access to their own toilet, a fridge and shower.'I don't think we've ever had a shower at Glastonbury before. 'Having the caravan will be a total luxury,' Ms Taylor, a dispensing optician, said.'Planning our visit as lottery winners has been totally different. 'We haven't had to think about ways to save money or where we can cut costs. 'We have been able to focus purely on how to make it the best possible trip.'And the fact that we're going with our children means that this Glastonbury will be unlike any other and the four of us can't wait.'Honestly, the biggest treat will be being able to buy drinks from the bars.'Usually because the festival is so long, we take all our own drinks and spend most of the weekend swigging warm lager. Despite the million-pound prize, the couple said they are trying to 'keep life fairly normal' for their two children. Pictured: the couple attending Glastonbury in 2009'The fact that money won't be an issue this time round is just a wonderful feeling.'We'll also be on the lookout for anything a bit different and won't have to think twice about treating ourselves.'Back in 2010 there was actually a pop-up restaurant being run by some Michelin starred chefs and if there's anything like that again, we'll jump at the chance to get involved.'With the kids this year, their tastes are very different to ours. 'The kids are into Billie Eilish, which we wouldn't have necessarily chosen, but they are desperate to see.'Ms Taylor said the lottery win has enabled them to spend more time together as a family.'I forget it's happened because we try and keep life fairly normal for our children but then you remember, it's incredibly exciting,' she added.'There are more opportunities to make nice memories with the kids and take up those opportunities when they are presented.'

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