People living in Norfolk have won more than £1.2m in this month's Premium Bonds draw.

It was announced this morning that 405 people across the county have won a total of £1,280,000, averaging £3,160 per person. 

Three lucky winners walked away with £100,000 and four others took home £50,000 each.

Four people won £25,000 and 14 others won £10,000.

A further 40 won £5,000 while hundreds more scooped £1,000.

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In last month's draw, 409 people across the county won a total of £1,263,000, averaging £3,088 per person. 

Premium Bonds are an investment product from National Savings & Investments (NS&I).

Andrew Westhead, NS&I retail director, said: "The quickest way to check if you have won a prize is to use our Premium Bonds prize checker app, check online, or even ask Alexa from the second working day of each month onwards."

Unlike other investments, where investors earn interest or a regular dividend income, bonds are entered into a monthly prize draw where people can win between £25 and £1m.