Life is grand for Margaret

A LUCKY Evening Times reader is making a grand entrance ...

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Reader Margaret Coulter is celebrating her £1000 windfall

after bagging a £1000 windfall.

Margaret Coulter, a retired civil servant from Knightswood, won our home delivery prize and will use the money to pay for home improvements.

The cash came at just the right time for Margaret who has invested in a new front door.

An avid Evening Times reader, Margaret remembers her parents buying the newspaper in the 1950s and has been enjoying it ever since.

She gets her paper delivered by 14-year-old Evening Times junior agent Michael Connelly.

The competition, which launched in September last year, sees one lucky reader chosen at random as a winner each month.


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