A high school medical worker has won the Made In Bury Weekly £2,000 Draw.

Gwyneth Roberts, the medical support officer at Bury CE High School, has scooped the prize with ticket number 23496.

Gwyneth, who has worked at the Haslam Brow school for just over 30 years, started employment there as a support worker, helping children in their lessons.

She has had various roles and has worked as a medical support officer in the last five years.

Gwyneth has held a ticket for the draw since May last year.

When the draw team surprised her with the news, she was delighted and said that her winnings will go towards paying off her mortgage. This will help her be mortgage free by Christmas.

The school, which is part of The Bishop Fraser Trust, has a "commitment to Christian values and its motto 'Let your light shine' guides it in providing a safe and caring community where every individual can flourish".

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If you would like to win like Gwyneth, go to www.draw.madeinbury.co.uk for tickets.

The draw is a not-for-profit scheme with funds raised supporting start-up businesses in Bury with training and interest free loans.

There are 2,400 tickets available and for £2 per ticket per week, you have a chance to win £2,000 every Wednesday.

For more information call 079681 53503 or email weeklydraw@madeinbury.co.uk.