Gloucestershire’s Lottery Prize Still Not Claimed by Winner

Lotto Winner

The lottery’s £1 million prize has not been claimed yet by the winner from Cotswold.

The National Lottery is calling out to the public to check their lotto tickets and claim the prize before the deadline when the prize money will be shared out. The lucky ticket was bought on December 8 at Cotswold District. The winning numbers are 6, 23, 36, 38, 43, and 48. The bonus ball was number 17.

Deadline for claiming the lottery prize is on June 6. Also, anyone who has not possessed the ticket, for any reason, but with a genuine claim can make a written claim to Camelot. However, this must be done within 30 days from the draw date. If the lotto prize is left unclaimed, the prize money will be pooled to help projects funded by the National Lottery in the UK.

National Lottery’s senior winner’s adviser, Andy Carter, said that they’re desperate to find the mystery ticket-holder and honor the lotto prize. This huge sum of money will really make a life-changing difference to the winner himself. He also urges everyone to check again their lotto tickets or search for their missing tickets. He is hopeful that he/she will be honored as the newest member of the lottery millionaire club.

Lotto players have 180 days to claim their prize should they possess the winning lotto ticket. Amo Riselli, a taxi driver and a father of five, was last year’s lotto winner with the prize of £24.5 million.

For winning claims, you can call the National Lottery Line at 0333 234 5050 or email them at [email protected]