Live the lottery winner life!
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a millionaire? To jet off to an exotic location at the drop of a hat, and have the doorman at Harrods welcome you by name? To shop ‘til you drop and never have to worry about the daily stresses of paying the mortgage and saving up for life’s luxuries ever again?
If you’re lucky this Saturday night (23rd September) and you scoop the fantastic £15million guaranteed jackpot in the special Lotto Superdraw to mark National Lottery Day, those dreams would become a reality - just like they have for 22-year-old former student Sarah Cockings. The lucky lass won £3million last year to join the exclusive lottery Millionaires’ Club of more than 1,900 millionaires created by The National Lottery since it began nearly 12 year ago.
The National Lottery has helped make more than the dreams of winners come true. It has raised more than £18.6 billion for Good Causes, funding thousands of projects in every corner of the country that have also helped change lives. National Lottery Day this Saturday is our chance to celebrate this amazing difference the lottery has made to the UK, with local events held in every region.
So what would you do if you won the jackpot? Get that fancy sports car, buy a mansion, share it with family and friends and splash some more on a huge party? Winning means some serious spending potential, so who better to advise on how to spend, spend, spend than millionaire winner Sarah Cockings?
Join Sarah in our studio along with Jenni Falconer, the sexy new face of the National Lottery draw show – no offence Dale! - as they talk about making, and living, the dream!
Jenni Falconer, TV presenter, and Sarah Cockings, National Lottery millionaire, joins us live online at www.webchats.tv on Thursday 21st September at 2.30pm to discuss chat subject
At 21 Sarah Cocking scooped a massive £3,045,705 on the National Lottery Making her one of the country’s youngest millionaires. Despite this she still lives with her family and is studying a degree in Social Work at Northumbria University.
Jenni Falconer has presented a range of top TV programmes including ITV’s GMTV and BBC’s Holiday. She is about to make her film debut, playing the character of “Jenny” in Ecstasy, the forthcoming follow up to the smash-hit film Trainspotting.
For more information visit www.national-lottery.co.uk.