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Woman who knits angel mascots for key workers wins ‘£1m of cheer’ on scratchcard

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Woman who knits angel mascots for key workers wins ‘£1m of cheer’ on scratchcard

Woman who knits angel mascots for key workers wins ‘£1m of cheer’ on scratchcard

A mother of four who has knitted little angel mascots to spread joy for frontline workers has won “£1 million of cheer” on a National Lottery scratchcard.Debbie Goolding, from Aldershot, Hampshire, has been running a team of knitters, many of them self-isolating, to create the 3in figures for NHS workers, care workers and other frontline staff.


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Hancock: NHS Covid-19 app will help protect everyone [Video]

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Captain Sir Tom Moore’s life heads for the big screen [Video]

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Spitfire takes to the skies with thank-you message for NHS [Video]

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