Barrow sunglasses winner takes shine to prize
Last updated at 16:47, Monday, 19 May 2014
PRIZES this week include tickets to see Paul Merton as well as £100 cash.
The winner of tickets to see the Paul Merton show is Nathalie Meneaud, of Kirkstone Close, Ambleside.
The winner of the Noah: A Musical Adventure competition is John Alexander, of Hartington Street, Barrow.
The winner of the Shappi Khorsandi competition is Julie Prescott, of Highlands Avenue, Barrow.
Brian Low, of Whinney Ends, Barrow, wins the Memories Page book prizes Early Vehicle Lighting and Toy Trains. The correct answer was David Salisbury.
Sheila Michael, 66, of Holbeck, won £100 Tesco vouchers.
Mrs Michael said: “We hand them in every time and have been doing it a long time and this is the first time we have won.
“It was really lovely to get some free shopping. It was really nice.
“I always shop there anyway so I’m delighted. I couldnn’t believe it when they told me. It was wonderful.”
Gran-of-four Valerie McCullough, 72, of Walton Lane, Barrow, won £100 cash. She said: “I won £50 a very long time ago so it’s great to have won something.
“I just feel really lucky and I have entered quite a lot of them. It’s great.”
Pat Humes, 69, of Hempland Avenue, Barrow, won a pair of black Gucci sunglasses this week.
Mrs Humes said: “They are brilliant, absolutely fantastic.
“I have won a number of prizes from the Evening Mail over the years, including a weekend away with my husband for New Year’s Eve.”
Mrs Humes said she has never paid more than £5 for a pair of sunglasses, but said she can really tell the difference.
She added: “You can tell these ones aren’t cheap. I’ve been walking down Dalton Road with them on and enjoying the sunshine.
“I feel so lucky to have won. I’d filled the entry form but left it on the fireplace for two weeks before my husband posted it. I’ve never paid more than £5 for sunglasses, so I’m absolutely thrilled!
“They are really lovely. I particularly like the bits of red on the arms of the glasses.”
First published at 12:38, Monday, 19 May 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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