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Bodmin Workers Win The Lottery

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5:36pm 11th August 2014

There is jackpot joy for a group of workers from Bodmin.

25 from Cornwall Equipment Loans have scooped £1.5 million on the lottery.

That is around £60, 000 each.

It is after three years of buying tickets.

The syndicate is going to splash the cash on everything from cars to paying off debts.

Assistant manager Jo Manning said: "It is amazing, it is something you never really dream of, for someone who has never won ten pounds on the lottery it is pretty amazing.

"Probably boring stuff to start off with, with a few debts, then put it in the bank and maybe have a holiday next year, but yeah just enjoy having it for now."

5:36pm 11th August 2014

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