Four neighbours scoop lottery prize
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Four neighbours in a West Suffolk village have scooped a cash prize from a lottery scheme.
The residents of Albert Rolph Drive, in Lakenheath, have each won £1,000 from the People's Postcode Lottery.
The residents - who have not been named - each share the postcode IP27 9DA which was selected for the Daily prize on Tuesday, November 14.
Money raised by the players of the People's Postcode Lottery helps more than 3,000 charities and organisations across the country and internationally.
The Country Trust - which helps teach children to plant and grow vegetables - was awarded more than £11,400 last year. It helps in both Suffolk and Norfolk.
In March three residents living on St Margaret's Road, Lowestoft, each won £30,000 from the postcode lottery's Street Prize fund.
And in April four neighbours in Creance Road, Norwich, won a share of £180,000.
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