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Wednesday, 16 April 2014

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Christmas comes early for Evening Mail’s latest lucky winners

WITH masses of presents and food to buy, what better time to win a prize than during the expensive build-up to Christmas?

PRIZES Ann and Don Marshall from Bootle Station are pictured (left) with their £50 fuel prize. Above, Gemma Carter with her Samsung tablet

So even though it’s always great to bag a freebie, the treat has come at an even better time for this week’s lucky winners.

Gemma Carter, of Beech Street, Barrow, has won a tablet in an Evening Mail reverse auction.

The 31-year-old got lucky with a lowest unique bid of 24p.

For that tiny amount she has got a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for her son Connor, 12. She said: “It’s brilliant.”

Meanwhile, an elated Kathryn Farrow, 37, of Furness Park Road, Barrow, won a junior push bike worth £245 from Topmark in Barrow.

And Ann and Don Marshall, of Bootle, were delighted with their £50-worth of fuel vouchers.

Vicci O’Neill, 31, of Tyne Road, Walney, won two toys and a big snowman soft toy.

They will make great gifts for her children Jonty, nine, and Billy, three.

Mrs O’Neill, also mum to Megan, 13, said: “It’s an ideal time to win them. I was going to give them these presents early, but then I thought they were that good, I’ll wrap them up for Christmas.”

Sarah Hogg won Lego Mega Bloks and a Littlest Pet Shop set, which were a lovely pre-Christmas treat for her daughters Amy, eight, and Zara, three.

It has been an extra special build-up to the festive period for the family, who have just returned from a dream holiday to Lapland

l The Memories competition this week was won by Stan Hale, of Teasdale Road, Barrow; H Anderson of Bay View Grove, Barrow; John Marshall of Whinlatter Drive, Barrow; Terry Heseltine of Acacia Close, Barrow; and Allan Keeble of Sutherland Street, Barrow. The correct answer was 1852.


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