Ray and Barbara Wragg Scam

the won the lottery and want to to help those in needSHEFFIELD lottery winners Ray and Barbara Wragg played Santa on a visit to the Teenage Cancer Unit at Weston Park Hospital.Joined by another lottery millionaire, Alan Rowley, of Nottingham, they donated gifts to patients and staff as part of a Winner Wonderland initiative that involves more than 60 lottery winners helping charities across the country.We never take for granted how fortunate we are to have won our life-changing prize and we have been pleased to have been able to make a number of donations to the hospital over the years, said Ray.Barbara added: We are always absolutely overwhelmed by the amazing work that hospital staff do and Ray and I always find it extremely rewarding to be able to give something back.The couple have made countless donations to charity and spent money on family and friends since scooping £7.6m six years ago.

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