Raffle Wins For Mum

A generous daughter is splashing the cash on special treatment for her mum who suffers from constant pain caused by a stroke – after winning £25,000. Donna Lundrigan, 39, landed the bumper prize in a raffle by The Stroke Association and straight away decided to help her mum Sue Rawlings, 61. Sue collapsed at her home in Sandyford, Staffs, three years ago after an horrific stroke which affected the thalamus part of her brain – responsible for the senses and nerves.

A generous daughter is splashing the cash on special treatment for her mum who suffers from constant pain caused by a stroke - after winning £25,000. Donna Lundrigan, 39, landed the bumper prize in a raffle by The Stroke Association and straight away decided to help her mum Sue Rawlings, 61. Sue collapsed at her home in Sandyford, Staffs, three years ago after an horrific stroke which affected the thalamus part of her brain - responsible for the senses and nerves.

A generous daughter is splashing the cash on special treatment for her mum who suffers from constant pain caused by a stroke - after winning £25,000. Donna Lundrigan, 39, landed the bumper prize in a raffle by The Stroke Association and straight away decided to help her mum Sue Rawlings, 61. Sue collapsed at her home in Sandyford, Staffs, three years ago after an horrific stroke which affected the thalamus part of her brain - responsible for the senses and nerves.

A generous daughter is splashing the cash on special treatment for her mum who suffers from constant pain caused by a stroke - after winning £25,000. Donna Lundrigan, 39, landed the bumper prize in a raffle by The Stroke Association and straight away decided to help her mum Sue Rawlings, 61. Sue collapsed at her home in Sandyford, Staffs, three years ago after an horrific stroke which affected the thalamus part of her brain - responsible for the senses and nerves.

A generous daughter is splashing the cash on special treatment for her mum who suffers from constant pain caused by a stroke - after winning £25,000. Donna Lundrigan, 39, landed the bumper prize in a raffle by The Stroke Association and straight away decided to help her mum Sue Rawlings, 61. Sue collapsed at her home in Sandyford, Staffs, three years ago after an horrific stroke which affected the thalamus part of her brain - responsible for the senses and nerves.