Bromley is one of the luckiest places to live in the country, according to The National Lottery.

In total 24 people have become millionaires in the BR postcode since the lottery was launched in 1994, which is more than one a year.

The lucky postcode is 10th in the country for big lottery winners per head of adult population.

One in every 1,157 players in the region has won a major prize on The National Lottery since it launched 23 years ago.

Mum-of-one Liz Anderson won a whopping £1,248,880 in the EuroMillions Mega Week last September.

Teenager Chelsea Walker from Swanley, who was working at a hotel at the time, also celebrated a big win last year when she scooped £278,037.30 on the EuroMillions.

Andy Carter, Senior Winners' Advisor at The National Lottery, said: “The BR postcode has certainly recorded a bumper couple of years, long may that run of luck continue."

Since 1994 1,281 grants worth £79,920,982 were distributed to National Lottery funded projects in Bromley borough including a new parent and toddler group at St Mary’s Cray Primary School and the Biggin Hill Memorial Museum.