Premium Bonds winners

Are you a winner of a big prize in this month's draw?

If you hold Premium Bonds, then take a look below to see if you are one of the big winners from July 2013's draw.%VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%

Prize Value

Winning Bond number

Area

Total value of holding

Date of purchase

£1,000,000

43PC675712

Leeds

£15,000

Oct-01

£100,000

143CF098387

Hereford and Worcester

£22,205

Sep-08

£100,000

177FC938533

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£15,001

Jan-11

£100,000

197WJ701678

Cumbria

£30,000

Oct-12

£100,000

62XQ529296

Manchester

£30,000

Mar-05

£100,000

187RB039205

Essex

£16,088

Dec-11

£50,000

35YS074798

Essex

£1,875

Oct-98

£50,000

204PT819247

Norwich

£29,000

Apr-13

£50,000

174PL562715

Wiltshire

£3,200

Nov-10

£50,000

156TF039039

Reading

£29,987

Jun-09

£50,000

143HH654018

Northern Ireland

£30,000

Sep-08

£50,000

169DG364200

Leicester

£30,000

Jun-10

£50,000

120BN601660

Outer London

£10,000

Oct-06

£50,000

6LA459472

Essex

£2,002

Dec-01

£50,000

197MG605808

Gloucestershire

£20,450

Oct-12

£25,000

141BG468210

Buckinghamshire

£11,225

Jul-08

£25,000

179DS590263

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£30,000

Mar-11

£25,000

60QT125275

Lincolnshire

£29,996

Apr-96

£25,000

182XT757110

East Sussex

£18,710

Jul-11

£25,000

152ZF444375

Central Bedfordshire

£12,500

Mar-09

£25,000

12EZ627245

Buckinghamshire

£169

Sep-84

£25,000

138MP898847

Inner London

£30,000

Apr-08

£25,000

164KF338268

Somerset

£4,270 Jan-10

£25,000

182AM341334

Devon

£30,000

Jul-11

£25,000

23LL313442

Overseas

£19,985

Sep-94

£25,000

66RH643078

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£30,000

Dec-02

£25,000

79BG954584

Northumberland

£1,206

Jul-01

£25,000

92JS937599

Outer London

£28,005

Dec-97

£25,000

115BD265366

Bedfordshire

£10,000

Sep-06

£25,000

157AK694358

Surrey

£30,000

Jun-09

£25,000

56ZX194986

Derbyshire

£30,000

Feb-05

£25,000

148FY587539

Derbyshire

£25,000

Dec-08

£25,000

207AZ028348

Suffolk

£30,000

May-13

£25,000

68RV124396

East Sussex

£30,000

Apr-05

£25,000

33SW560599

Bromley

£4,950

Oct-93


And here's a reminder of the big prize winners from June's draw:

Prize Value

Winning Bond number

Area

Total value of holding

Date of purchase

£1,000,000

186GX671352

London

£13,500

Nov-11

£100,000

162TC515906

Outer London

£29,589

Dec-09

£100,000

10KZ370147

Edinburgh

£10

Jul-77

£100,000

74AE300312

Havering

£30,000

May-03

£100,000

108KE970227

Enfield

£30,000

Mar-06

£100,000

172SZ648341

Devon

£10,000

Sep-10

£50,000

180ZH777158

Cheshire West and Chester

£30,000

May-11

£50,000

100JM092120

Kirkless

£16,000

Sep-05

£50,000

62WW975874

Stoke-On-Trent

£9,410

Sep-01

£50,000

190QF959056

Hampshire and Isle of Wight

£30,000

Feb-12

£50,000

202EQ155346

Greater Manchester

£29,520

Feb-13

£50,000

21KQ410188

Cheshire West and Chester

£2,497

Jul-04

£50,000

109JC048402

Wiltshire

£30,000

Apr-06

£50,000

170KD324008

Cleveland

£30,000

Jul-10

£50,000

167TC772138

Kirkless

£11,500

May-10

£25,000

114TL412202

Bradford

£30,000

Sep-06

£25,000

41NR460453

Buckinghamshire

£15,000

Feb-04

£25,000

194FX601329

Suffolk

£30,000

Jun-12

£25,000

24WM627728

Birmingham

£30,000

Jul-04

£25,000

85MR217651

Cardiff

£20,000

Jan-04

£25,000

202DH655501

Surrey

£26,200

Feb-13

£25,000

151FX209334

Buckinghamshire

£30,000

Feb-09

£25,000

50WV680494

Norwich

£2,501

Dec-04

£25,000

123WN043146

West Sussex

£30,000

Feb-07

£25,000

140QS500134

Northern Ireland

£29,925

Jul-08

£25,000

5AS653995

Wales

£3

Jun-66

£25,000

38CG462232

Cheshire

£18,160

Jun-00

£25,000

195DX300521

Birmingham

£6,000

Jul-12

£25,000

195RX123450

Buckinghamshire

£30,000

Aug-12

£25,000

205AC337025

Devon

£1,250

Apr-13

£25,000

88NN264369

Humberside

£22,400

Jun-98

£25,000

197VP477017

Lincolnshire

£17,125

Oct-12

£25,000

129QC616587

Nottinghamshire

£30,000

Jul-07

£25,000

131KQ292057

Coventry

£4,000

Aug-07

£25,000 175HX073080 Essex £29,995 Nov-10


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The Monaco-based billionaire is said to be worth more than £4.2bn, with Topshop and Topman among the country's most successful brands. His first job, aged 12, was working for a shoe importer. He set up his first business at 15 with a £20,000 loan, on-selling imported jeans from the Far East to London-based retailers.

Branson's first successful business venture came in 1976 when he set up Student magazine aged just 16. In 1970, he founded a mail-order record retailer and within a year had opened his first shop on London's Oxford Street – Virgin Records. His fortune is estimated at £3.085 billion, according to the Sunday Times rich list.

The inventor gave his name to the household vacuum cleaner that would make him a fortune of £1.45 billion. James Dyson first reinvented the vacuum cleaner with the launch of his dual cyclone bagless 'G-Force' cleaner in 1983, followed more recently by the hand dryer and the fan. In 1997, Dyson was awarded the Prince Phillip Designers Prize, and elected a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering in 2005.

Founder of Specsavers, Bristol-born Dame Mary Perkins is Britain's first female self-made billionaire, reportedly worth £1.15 billion. The 67-year-old and her husband Douglas, 68, founded the eye-care company in 1984 and they can now boast more than 900 stores across Britain. Perkins was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2007 as recognition for her work.

Recently retired Beckham is the highest earner in British sport, according to the Sunday Times Sport Rich List. 'Brand Beckham' that has seen the 38-year-old amass a fortune of £165 million from endorsement deals and salary payments from his company, Footwork Productions, over the last decade. But Beckham is still some way off the richest sportsman in the world - golfer Tiger Woods, who is worth a staggering £570m.

Yorkshire Tory peer Lord Kirkham entered the billionaire league in 2010 when he sold his furniture company, DFS, for a reported £500m. In 41 years, Kirkham grew the brand, which started on the outskirts of Doncaster, to 79 stores, three factories and more than 2,600 staff. He received a Knighthood in 1995, a Peerage in 1999 and a CVO in 2005. He now owns a large share in Iceland supermarkets and is worth a reported £1.1billion.

The former Beatle takes the top spot in the Sunday Times Rich List of musical millionaires, sharing a £680 million fortune with his wife Nancy Shevell. McCartney has topped the list of wealthy musicians every year since it was formed 1989 when his fortune was estimated at £80 million.

The chairman of Carphone Warehouse and Talk Talk, Essex-born Dunstone, 46, started his retail empire selling mobile phones from his west London flat in 1989. His fortune rose by £396 million to £1 billion in a year, after the demerger of Carphone Warehouse and Talk Talk. Carphone Warehouse is Europe's largest independent mobile phone retailer and Dunstone was awarded a Knighthood in 2012 for services to the mobile communications industry.

Author of the hugely successful Harry Potter series, Joanne Kathleen Rowling, has a net worth of £560 million – making her the world's richest author. Rowling wrote the first Potter books on a manual typewriter while a single mother living on benefits. The manuscript for the first Harry Potter novel was rejected by 12 publishers and when finally accepted, Rowling received an advance of just £1,500. Harry Potter is the highest-grossing film series of all-time and the brand has been estimated to be worth as much as £10 billion.

East-ender Lord Sugar, best known for his no-nonsense judging on BBC1s The Apprentice, started his career at 16, selling car aerials and electrical goods out of a van he had bought with savings of £50. In 1968 at the age of 21, Sugar started home electronics company, Amstrad (short for Alan Michael Sugar Trading). By the age of 40 he was worth about £600m. Sir Alan sold Amstrad in 2007, and is now worth a reported £770m, with much of his wealth coming from his extensive property empire.

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