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148million lottery winner Gillian Bayford pays for new home for disabled four Haverhill year oldGillian Bayford, who won the country's second biggest jackpot ever in 2012, has found a new home for Blake McMillan and his family, and she's paying to have it inexpensive kate spade adapted for him 10:47, 14 DEC 2016Updated15:12, 14 DEC 2016Gillian Bayford from Haverhill after winning 148million (Photo: ANDREW COWIE/AFP/GettyImages) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A Haverhill lottery winner is giving a disabled four year old the Christmas gift of a lifetime in the form of a specially adapted home.
Gillian Bayford was living in Haverhill in 2012 with her then husband Adrian when the couple scooped in the Euromillions lottery the country's second biggest jackpot ever. Now she runs A Properties in Scotland, and has been moved to a heartwarming act of kindness for a disabled boy and his family in Angus. Blake McMillan has a rare neurological disorder called MECP2 duplication syndrome. Antiques centre suffers copycat jewellery burglary a year on It means he needs 24 hour care as he cannot walk, talk or sit, has seizures that are getting worse and more frequent, has a weak where to buy kate spade handbags immune system and often suffers from pneumonia. As a result, his family struggle with the facilities in their current home. Blake's mum Jenny runs a fundraising store and is a passionate campaigner, and Gillian was inspired by her story to help the family out. Through her property business the lottery winner has found a suitable home a short walk from the beach, and is paying to have it specially adapted. You better watch out: thief takes charity bucket from Santa's helper in Haverhill She said: "Jenny came in and said she was looking for a house in kate spade purses outlet the area and I said I'd keep an eye out for anything that came up. "A couple of weeks later it came to light that a house on the high street was going back on the market. "A Properties has offered, and she's kindly accepted, that we will pay for the balance of the upgrade and work that needs to be carried out as a Christmas present, I suppose, to Blake. "It then allows any money Jenny has fundraised to go to finding a treatment.
"Jenny is a complete inspiration. She works so hard and if the fact that I, and the girls here, can help bring Blake here [to the house] then kate spade private sale we'll do it.".