Final 25 grab £75 in our 75th birthday giveaway
The final 25 winners of the Scunthorpe Telegraph's Cash In A Flash competition have been revealed.
In total, we have given away £5,625 to 75 lucky readers as part of the four-week competition to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the paper.
The 25 winners were chosen after correctly identifying 20 Telegraph 75th anniversary logos in last week's paper – picking up a share of a £1,825 given away.
Twelve of those 75 have now been selected to take part in the Grab a Grand competition and be in with a chance of winning up to £1,000.
The event will take place from 10am to 2pm in the Foundry Shopping Centre in Scunthorpe on Saturday, October 6. The 12 people are: Kelly Smith, Denice Brocklesby, Steven Hammond, Kerry Rowbottom, Lynne Cowling, Kerry Wilson, Shell Harper, Mary Sugden, Tracey Ann Gouldthorpe, Kathleen Ellwood, John Glenn and Florence Humpries.
Among the winners this week was Melanie Cox, 27, from Barton-Upon-Humber.
It represented a lucky week for the family as her dad won £75 in the previous week's competition.
"I am going to give some of the money to my son and my baby nephew," she said. "I buy the Telegraph weekly. I like reading it for the gossip and to see what people are doing.
"I am not normally a very lucky person."
Rena Speight, 68, from Scunthorpe, said: "It feels absolutely marvellous. I was very surprised. This is the first time I have won a competition with the Telegraph.
"I am going to give some of the money to my husband."
Winner Colin Spouncer, 48, from Scunthorpe, said: "It is marvellous. I saw the competition in the paper. I am going to share it with my wife. I buy the Scunthorpe Telegraph because I am looking for a job but also like reading all the stories."
Mr Spouncer is no stranger to these pages – having had a ghost story published in the Telegraph.
Cash in a Flash was set up as a thank you to readers of the Telegraph for their continued support as the paper celebrates its 75th year, having first hit the streets on September 8, 1937. Many of the winners said they would spend the money on treating other members of their family.
Katrina North, of Brigg, said: "It is my son's birthday coming up so I will use some of the money to spoil him."
Of the Telegraph weekly format, she said: "It did take some getting used to, but I now enjoy it."
Roy Maud, 79, from Scunthorpe, said: "I will probably use the money to treat my wife to something."
Florence Humphries, from Scunthorpe, said: "I was absolutely delighted. I have not really won much on competitions before.
"I read the Telegraph every week and it takes me all week to read it."
A full list of the winners this week is: Shaun Skelton, Andy Needham, Colin Spouncer, Michael Bolton, Rena Speight, Ray Downing, Paul Smith, Christopher Bellamy, Diane Skelton, Mat Seddon, Fran Margetson, David Goodhand, Roy Maud, Florence Humphries, James McNamara, John Hare, Steven Hammond, Katrina North, Pat Knight, Melanie Cox, Diana Marris, Janice Bullock, Amanda Cox, T Mattison and Ken Marris.