Patricia’s hospice lotto win
A LONG Ashton mum was presented with a cheque for �5,000 after winning a charity lotto.
Patricia Preston won the top prize in the St Peter’s Hospice annual SuperDraw after buying several of the �1 tickets for her and her family.
The 72-year-old will now be able to help her daughter after she was recently made redundant.
Patricia, a mother-of-three, has also gone though a challenging and distressing few years after losing her husband to cancer 18 months ago.
She said: “I’m completely shocked to have won the prize. I only take part to be able to support St Peter’s Hospice and now they are supporting me – it is absolutely fantastic.
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“I try to support the hospice as much as possible as I know what fantastic work they do. The nurses and carers offer such hope, support and reassurance during terrible times.
“I will be continuing to support the cause for as long as I can.”
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