Pauline Wins €23,000 On ‘Winning Streak’ Show

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Pauline Bell from Camp, won €23,000 including a holiday in Iceland on last Saturday’s 20th January 2018 National Lottery Winning Streak Game Show on RTE. Pictured here at the presentation of winning cheques were from left: Catherine Scannell, National Lottery ticket selling agent, O’Dwyer’s Londis Topshop Camp; Marty Whelan, Winning Streak Game Show co-host; Pauline Bell, the winning player Fergus Roche, Head of Technology, The National Lottery; Patrick O’Sullivan, National Lottery Ticket selling agent, O’Dwyer’s Londis Topshop Camp and Sinead Kennedy Winning Streak Game Show co-host. Photo: Mac Innes Photography.

CAMP resident, Pauline Bell, cleaned up on the National Lottery and RTE Winning Streak game show last Saturday, walking away from the show with €23,000 which included a holiday to Iceland.

Pauline, who bought her ticket in O’Dwyer’s Londis in Camp, was born in the UK and moved to Ireland in 1980 with her husband Les, from Hexham in Northumberland, on the English/Scottish border in 1980 and originally settled in Adare Co. Limerick.

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The couple, married for the past 54 years, set up a B&B and haven’t looked back since. Now retired, has settled in the  village of Camp, beside the Slieve Mish Mountains.

Pauline was supported by her only son, John, who still lives in Adare with wife Siobhan and their twin children Shannon and Jake along with a host of other family and friends on Saturday.

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