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  Winners: Euro coins and notes
Euro coins and notes
To celebrate the euro becoming the new money for 12 European countries on 1 January 2002, we gave away presentation sets of the new money.

Jonathan, 10, London won our super-prize - a set of euro coins from a country of his choice, plus the most commonly used euro notes, worth about 54!

The runners-up all won a set of coins:

  • Victoria, 11, Nottingham
  • Jordan, 9, Manningtree
  • Robert, 13, Skelmersdale
  • Lisa, 14, Sunderland
  • Jason, 14, Grantham
  • Alice, 14, Reading
  • Michael, 11, Colchester
  • Megan, 6, Telford
  • Sean, 13, Settle
  • Emma, 11, Northampton
  • Robert, 10, Leicester
  • Louise, Doncaster

Who all correctly said the one euro is worth around 62p and that each country is issuing eight different euro coins..

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