A grandmother from Leeds is celebrating after scooping almost £100,000 on The National Lottery.
Susan Bradley, 59, says a new car and surprises for her family are top of the shopping list.
Mrs Bradley, a payroll administrator at Speedibake in Wakefield, said: “I am absolutely over-joyed. This win means my husband and I will never have to worry about money ever again.”
Susan, who is married to Terry, 72, is planning to splash out on a new car – and treat her family of four children and four grandchildren.
Susan added: “My family is my everything and I will be ensuring they are all okay and well looked after.”
Susan, who won with a lucky dip ticket, after matching the numbers: 21, 27, 31, 34, 40 and the bonus ball 22, said she bought her ticket after going to the local Nisa Supermarket in Thorpe Street, Leeds, to buy cigarettes.
Susan said it was late on Saturday that she decided to check her ticket.