EuroMillions winner keeps incredible promise he made when he scooped £105m jackpot

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A builder who bagged a whopping £105million EuroMillions jackpot has kept his promise to use his cash to help his community.

Dad-of-three Steve Thomson has gifted £200,000 to various causes near where he lives after bagging the main prize last year.

The 43-year-old announced he would use his newly-found fortune to help look after his friends and his local community.

And he is now reported to have handed £100,000 to his beloved cricket club in Selsey, West Sussex.

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Lottery winners Steve and Lenka
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Another £50,000 has gone to Selsey Medical Centre to fund new equipment which will help local people to not have to travel large distances for appointments.

Steve also gave another £50,000 to his two son's school.

A source told the Sun : "He's not the kind of guy who wants recognition for doing something good.

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"When he won the jackpot last year, he said he would look after friends and the community. He's certainly stuck to his word."

Steve, who became richer than England football captain Harry Kane and Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood after the win, took a while to start splashing the cash.

He bought a second-hand VW van for himself and a Volvo XC90 for wife Lenka nine months after landing the massive windfall.

But not until after a celebration
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The family was still living in their three-bed council house until earlier this year.

Steve also continued working over Christmas last year, promising to finish jobs he had already started for his loyal customers.

After realising he had won the jackpot, Steve said he was "on the verge of having a heart attack".

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He said: "I started shaking a lot. I knew it was a really big win but didn't know what to do.

"I think I was on the verge of having a heart attack.

"Once I am over the shock I will ned to keep doing something.

"I am not the type just to sit still. My business partner knows that if he needs a hand, I'll be there."