EuroMillions ticket-holder from North Somerset wins £1m raffle – but has yet to claim prize...

PUBLISHED: 09:28 19 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:28 19 October 2017

Do you have the winning ticket?

Do you have the winning ticket?


One lucky EuroMillions ticket-holder from North Somerset is sitting on an unclaimed £1million prize.

The National Lottery says someone bought a ticket for the September 19 draw in the district and won one of the two millionaire raffle prizes which come as part of the regular draw.

But one month on and the prize has still not yet been collected.

The winning raffle codes are HDSQ 06930 and JFTK 18065.

There is a time limit with which to claim a lottery prize, but whoever the lucky winner is has still got plenty of days to find the ticket and come forward.

The deadline to collect the prize is March 18 next year.

Click here to discover how to claim a large prize from the lottery.

* Have you won the UK Millionaire Raffle? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please call 01934 422500 or email

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