Readers celebrate winning £1,000 cash prizes in our competition
- Credit: supplied by Delphine Hemp
Two lucky readers are both celebrating being winners of our competition to win £1,000.
Norwich Evening News and Eastern Daily Press both challenged readers to collect a series of tokens in the papers to be with a chance of winning the cash prizes.
Kenneth Fowle, an 88-year-old retired carpenter from Wells, won the Eastern Daily Press competition.
'I was astonished to win - that sort of thing doesn't normally happen,' he said.
'I was very pleased to win because it will come in very handy.
'I've had the EDP for years and I read it every day cover to cover.'
Delphine Hemp, a retired PA from Hellesdon, won the Norwich Evening News competition.
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- 3 Restaurant apologises after boy hospitalised with allergic reaction
- 4 Can you answer these 10 GCSE questions designed for 16-year-olds?
- 5 Cyclist airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following incident
- 6 Heaven & Hell: David Whiteley and Amelia Reynolds
- 7 Revamped 'hidden gem' restaurant hoping to put village on map for food
- 8 'God's waiting room' - Norfolk town is country's pensioner hotspot
- 9 Town faces disruption from roadworks 15 miles away
- 10 Former vicarage set in one acre is up for sale - and it needs some TLC
She said: 'It was a really nice surprise.
'I am thinking about what to do with the money - I have one or two ideas, maybe a long weekend break in the spring, perhaps at Blakeney or Southwold.
'We have had the Evening News for over 50 years.'