Top Euromillions Winners
1) Colin and Chris Weir (£161,653,000)
In July 2011, this Ayrshire couple said they were ecstatic when they became the hugest lottery winners in Europe. This win had Colin and Chris Weir included in the Sunday Times Rich List.
2) Adrian and Gillian Bayford (148,656,000)
Adrian and Gillian Bayford wife were the ones to win the EuroMillions jackpot the previous August, they stated that they would give back to family and friends who had financially assisted them.
They added that after living frugally, they would give themselves a treat of numerous lavish vacations and vehicles.
3) Anonymous (£113,019,926)
In October 2010, a couple from Britain won the large grand prize but opted not to go public.
4) Dave & Angela Dawes (£101,203,600)
The EuroMillions jackpot was won by Mr & Mrs Dawes on the third time this couple played the lottery. Mr Dawes, a Premier Foods shift supervisor and Mrs Dawes, a British Heart Foundation volunteer provided a number of friends with £1m each.
5) Anonymous (£84,451,320)
The May 2010 EuroMillions jackpot was won by one lucky ticket holder. However, this winner did not reveal their identity.
6) Nigel Page: £56,008,113
Mr Nigel Page only found out he had all winning numbers of his EuroMillions ticket the day after the draw, and celebrated with a bacon sandwich in the morning.
The self-confessed white van man married his girlfriend Justine Laycock and the couple moved into a mansion in the Cotswolds.
After his win Mr Page said: “I’m going to treat myself to a new car, I think, because I’m a ‘white van man’. I haven’t had a car to myself for at least 10 years.”
7) Anonymous: £46,432,285
One British ticket scooped the EuroMillions prize in February last year but decided not to go public.
8) Les and Sam Scadding: £45,570,835
Unemployed mechanic Mr Les Scadding was £68 into his overdraft on the day he bought the winning EuroMillions lottery ticket.
The grandfather said after his win that he was lucky to be alive after beating testicular cancer five years prior his jackpot scoop.
He said: “When I went to the cashpoint before going to Tesco to buy two lucky dip EuroMillions tickets I was £68 overdrawn.
“I went back to the store to check the ticket while buying some groceries on Saturday because we had no food in the house – we were starving.
“The machine made a funny noise and printed a slip saying contact the lottery office. I thought I’d won £50,000. I’d have been over the moon with that.”
9) Cassey Carrington: £45,160,170
Iceland store supervisor Ms Cassey Carrington scooped the massive prize after winning with a Lucky Dip ticket.
She planned to marry painter fiancee Matt Topham, 22, in September following their lottery win.
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