By Carl Jackson Thursday 06 September 2012 Updated: 06/09 17:05
TWO sisters from Bromsgrove appeared on the National Lottery TV show and scooped £12,000.
Debbie Roberts and Roma Bradley were flown up to Glasgow and given the star treatment for the BBC1 show which aired on Saturday (September 1).
Contestants on the 'Secret Fortune' game show, presented by Nick Knowles, can walk away with anything from a £100 to £100,000.
And after winning £6,000 each, Debbie and Roma said they were making a joint donation to community projects in Bromsgrove, as well as a few treats for themselves.
Debbie, who is managing director of social enterprise EPIC, said a large part of the winnings were going towards plans to bring a health hub to Sidemoor.
Roma said: "We really enjoyed the experience and we were made really welcome.
And Debbie added: "Nick Knowles was lovely and he took a real interest in the community work."
Saturday's episode of the Secret Fortune is still available to watch in BBC iPlayer.
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