Eva Kreye, a doctor from Harpenden, has won £20,000 in tax-free cash and a holiday to Lapland.

German-born Eva was presented with the award last month, having been the second person to win one of Win Amazing's early bird prizes.

The mother-of-three has spent the past 15 years working for the NHS, and entered the draw after learning that the money raised would be used to help fund NHS services.

The profits raised in the draw will be donated back into the NHS via the Julius Jones Trust – a UK charity founded by Brad Jones that funds the provision of mental and emotional care for children, young people and their families.

Eva Kreye commented: "I signed up to the draw on the very last day and won!

"I couldn’t believe it! It was so exciting and it’s for such a good cause.


"Working in the NHS, I often see that while the symptoms of illness are often cured, it’s the emotional damage that’s the difficult bit for people to overcome.

"What Brad is doing is incredible and it’s amazing to see someone turning such a difficult situation into a positive.”

In January, a Land Rover Discovery will be presented to the last early bird winner, before a £1 million house draw takes place.