Michelle Jones, from Mansfield, said: “I’d look after all my family and friends, then do some good around the area with the money.”
Yvette Price-Mear Olm, from Mansfield Woodhouse, believes £143 million is too much money for one person to win.
She said: “I wouldn’t want it. I think it ought to be a number of £100,000 prizes. That amount would make a difference to most people’s lives. Winning a ludicrous amount of money can only bring heartache in the long run. It would alter how people perceived you and if you gave one relative one amount of money and a different amount to another it again would only cause friction. No thank you!”
Julie Lulu Lumley, from Worksop, said: “Make a lot of people happy. And I’d also make others a millionaire too. Even if you only made 20 people, it would change their lives.”
Jane Bennett, also from Worksop, said: “I’d go on holiday for a month and decide what to do with it! Decide what family and friends would get any and how much.”
Hucknall’s Leanne Smith said: “I’d buy several mansions around the world and have a Bugatti Veyron in all my favourite colours just because i could.”
Karen Btcc Brooks said: “I’d look after family, set myself and kids up for life and 100m would be personally put into helping Kings Mill hospital pay there debt off, all children in the region would have a lovely Christmas and I’d provide accommodation for homeless.
Meanwhile, Charlotte Mason from Clowne said she would also use the cash to help those less fortunate than herself.
She said: “I’d give RSPCA Chesterfield & North Derbyshire branch what they need to rebuild the centre, buy a VW Camper and try and help people less fortunate.”