Scunthorpe Telegraph Cash In A Flash: More readers to win £75 apiece - see this week's issue
Ten eagle-eyed Scunthorpe Telegraph readers have won £75 each as part of our 75th birthday celebrations.
And a new draw is launched today to find 20 more winners to share £1,500.
The Cash In A Flash competition asks readers to spot the number of times the Telegraph's 75th anniversary logo appears in each week's newspaper.
The 10 lucky winners were the first to succeed after spotting 11 logos in last week's paper.
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The competition is being run as a chance for the Telegraph to give something back to its loyal readers – and it will reward 75 lucky people in total.
Brian Mumby, 57, of Barton-Upon-Humber, said it was a welcome surprise to receive the call to say he was a winner.
"It was a nice message to receive," he said.
"I am always taking part in a number of different competitions but it is always nice to be chosen as a winner.
"I will probably spend the money on household bills."
Mr Mumby said he was a regular reader of the Telegraph and liked its weekly format.
"I buy the paper every week," he said.
"I like reading about the news in Barton and the news that is local to us.
"There is quite a variety of news and am happy with it since it went weekly."
Another winner was fellow Barton resident Ann Iliff, 62.
She said that her husband already had plans for how they would spend her winnings.
"We have got a lot of roadworks coming past our house in the next couple of weeks and my husband has said that I can treat him and take him out for dinner while they are going on," she said.
Mrs Iliff is no stranger to winning competitions in the Telegraph, having won a TV and a casserole dish in previous contests.
"Over the years I have been quite lucky with winning competitions in the Scunthorpe Telegraph," she said.
"I always have a go and have been quite successful."
The Telegraph is celebrating its 75th birthday, having formed on September 8, 1937, as the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph.
The newspaper became known as the Scunthorpe Telegraph in 2002.
Keith Mooney, 64, from Scunthorpe, was another winner and also welcomed the new weekly edition.
"I am over the moon," he said.
"I have just bought an iPad and this will help me with buying that.
"I take out a few national magazines and enter the competitions but I think it is important to support the local papers.
"I have always taken the Telegraph and especially like the sports section.
"The golf section is always what I turn to first as well as the Scunthorpe United news."
Kelly Smith, 29, from Scunthorpe, was also a winner – in what is her second success during our 75th giveaways.
She also won four tickets to the Birthday Bash concert held at the town's Baths Hall in July to celebrate the Scunthorpe Telegraph's Diamond anniversary.
"It is the second competition I have entered in the Telegraph and the second time I have won," she said.
David Settle, 58, from Brigg will be hoping to turn his £75 in to more cash courtesy of another Scunthorpe Telegraph competition.
"I won tickets to the St Leger in Doncaster in the paper, so I am looking forward to it this weekend," he said.
"Hopefully, I can pick out some winners and turn it in to more."
If you were not chosen as one of last week's lucky winners, do not be put off as there are more chances for people to win today – and in coming weeks.
There are more logos hidden in this week's paper, with 20 readers able to claim the £75 prize.
A further 20 prizes, worth a combined £1,500, will be up for grabs in the paper on Thursday, September 20. And a similar fund will be up for grabs on September 27.
The closing date for each of the competitions will be the Sunday after the paper's release on Thursday – for full details see the form on the opposite page.
As a special bonus, some of the lucky winners will get the opportunity to step into a Grab A Grand machine and win up to £1,000.
The air-blown machine will be similar to that used in classic television show The Crystal Maze.
The full list of the winners is, Ann Iliff, Helen Maud, Keith Moody, Brian Mumby, David Settle, Lizzie Salmon, Kelly Smith, Steve Burman, Tony Flynn and Robert Stenton