People from Norfolk have won more than £927,000 in December's Premium Bonds prize draw.

Two people in Norwich won £50,000 - one of which was a £5 investment made in 1983.

Three people across the county won £25,000 and 14 people won £10,000.

44 people bagged £5,000 while the majority of the 456 winners took home £1,000.

Last month, Norfolk people won more than £1.1m - £100,000 of which went to one person. 

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Jill Waters, NS&I retail director, said: “Premium Bonds are a fun way to start saving - customers are in with the chance of winning any one of our more than 4.9 million prizes.

"People up and down the country can start their Premium Bonds journey with an initial investment of just £25.”

Premium Bonds is an investment product issued by National Savings & Investments.

Unlike other investments, where investors earn interest or a regular dividend income, bonds are entered into a monthly prize draw where people can win between £25 and £1m.