£1,000 charity lotto winner enjoys priceless view

PUBLISHED: 10:11 07 April 2016 | UPDATED: 10:11 07 April 2016

Rebecca Teather scooped top prize in the London Air Ambulance's lottery

Rebecca Teather scooped top prize in the London Air Ambulance's lottery


The lottery helps to support the London Air Ambulance’s life-saving activities

A charity lottery winner from Biggin Hill has been given the chance to see London from a new perspective.

Rebecca Teather scooped the top prize of £1,000 in the London’s Air Ambulance weekly lottery, which raises funds to support the charity’s work in helping people who are critically injured and require immediate medical attention.

Top prize winners are also given the opportunity to view the capital’s skyline from the roof of The Royal London Hospital, which is home to the charity’s distinctive red helicopter.

Ms Teather, who was accompanied by her husband Steve and two daughters Lauren and Katherine, said: “My dad had an accident once where he fell off his garage roof, so when I saw the charity’s lottery canvassers at my local supermarket, I instantly signed up.

“It was an insightful visit, and I enjoyed seeing the wonderful view from the helipad across London.”

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