Four of the Warren Road winners, who play with the postcode PE27 5NX, won £30,000 each, while another resident scooped £90,000.Kenneth Ewing accepted a cheque for £30,000 on behalf of his partner Venus. After speaking with her on the phone, Kenneth said: Shes very, very excited about it and shes already decided were going on a trip. The 50-year-old civil servant, who plays with three tickets, then discovered he had won £90,000 and revealed he has a huge surprise in store for Venus: When my partner said shed like to sign up for Peoples Postcode Lottery, I looked at all the different charities the money goes to and I thought its a great thing so I secretly bought three more tickets and didnt tell her. Andrea Rogers, 65, said: I think Ive been put in a state of total shock. The fact that playing helps good causes is important as well, you dont feel as if youre just throwing money away. Another £30,000 winner on the street is 69-year-old Patricia Chalkley, who was delighted with her prize. She joked: Im thinking about whether I should tell my kids or not. More than £246 million to date has been raised by players of Peoples Postcode Lottery for more than 3,000 good causes across Great Britain and internationally. A local cause which has received support from players is Peterborough-based Froglife, which received £19,836 last year to deliver an accessible and inclusive programme of activities to help local schoolchildren learn more about amphibians and reptiles. For more information on Peoples Postcode Lottery, visit www.postcodelottery.co.uk.