A foundry laborer from Walsall has won a multi-million-pound dream home in Devon as a feature of a raising support crusade in help of NSPCC's Childline.
Glen Elmy, 54, won the house which flaunts five twofold rooms, six washrooms, a limitlessness pool and shocking all encompassing perspectives on the sea from its clifftop area.
The fantasy house is arranged on the North Devon coast inside the pleasant Exmoor Public Park. It is only 11 miles from the flourishing business sectors and comfortable country bars of Barnstaple.
All stamp obligation and lawful expenses are covered and Glen has likewise been given £20,000 in real money to assist with running expenses.
He is free to either live in the house, lease it or sell it. In spite of the fact that Glen has said he means to keep the house.
Glen bought a £25 ticket group in August subsequent to seeing the Omaze Million Pound House Draw on TV.
Glen has been hitched to spouse Debbie for quite a long time and they have five youngsters between them. The couple have three grandkids with a fourth coming.
An Activities Chief at Castings PLC in Walsall, Glen has worked at the foundry since he began as a student 33 years prior. His oldest child Sam has emulated his dad's example and has worked close by him for the beyond six years.
Glen discovered he had scooped the principle prize in the Omaze Million Pound House Draw while he was painting his old guardians house.
Glen said: "I'm absolutely gobsmacked, the main thing we've at any time ever before was three pounds at a Bingo night on vacation.
"We totally love the house - on the off chance that I might have planned one without any preparation, it would look very much like this - it resembles something from a Bond film.
"We will keep it as there could be no other house like it in the nation - so for what reason would we need to sell it?
"My significant other Debbie lost her dad to Coronavirus this year and our most youthful child was made excess last week, so winning this house is exactly what the family required - it's extraordinary for us all.
"This house is so awesome we will partake in our first family occasion for a considerable length of time here. I don't think we'd track down a superior spot elsewhere on the planet!"
Just as making its amazing prize champ a moment three-times mogul, the draw has raised significant assets for the NSPCC's Childline when the assistance is required like never before.
James Oakes at Omaze said: "We're excited that Glen and his family got to assist a cause that implies a great deal to them, and are similarly as charmed that this mission assisted with bringing up £1,000,000 for NSPCC's Childline all the while.
"Omaze is a mutual benefit for the two causes and contestants. By offering a mind blowing prize like this dynamite waterfront house in Devon, we're allowing individuals the opportunity to win the perfect place, while additionally acquainting good cause with crowds they wouldn't as a rule have the option to reach."