THERE were no lucky streets in Worcestershire as no WR postcodes scooped cash prizes in the Postcode Lottery in November.

Last month saw people living in a one WR postcode win £1,000 - but November was not a lucky month for the city or surrounding areas.

There have been a lot of winners in Worcestershire over the years with lucky winners in Worcestershire taking a slice of £3 million prizes won in the area.

Postcode Lottery winners in Worcester

Though there were no winners this month - the county faired better in October.

The first - and only - prize was won by people living in WR11 3BU who won £1,000 each in the Wednesday, October 11 draw.

The Evesham postcode was the only winner in Worcestershire this month.

Since then, there have been no WR postcodes drawn.

Players in Worcestershire will be hoping for a better December.

How do you play People's Postcode Lottery?

People's Postcode Lottery players sign up for the subscription lottery and have to pay a fee of £10 a month in order to play.

The money raised is given to charities across Britain and internationally.

A minimum of 32 per cent of ticket sales goes directly to charities and players of People’s Postcode Lottery have helped raise over £700 million to date for thousands of good causes across Britain and internationally.

Previous People's Postcode Lottery winners in WR postcodes

Four residents landed a £30,000 bounty through the postcode lottery in Portland Walk in Worcester in 2021.

The lucky postcode – WR1 2NR – was pulled out last April with the whopping prize scooped by four lucky players.

People’s Postcode Lottery ambassador Judie McCourt sent her well-wishes to the winners, who wish to remain anonymous.

She said: “A big congratulations to all the winners who are £30,000 richer today in Worcester.

"I hope the win will help lift their spirits and they treat themselves to something special with the cash."