A tiny village has hit the jackpot after getting its first ever National Lottery machine – nearly 20 years after the draw began. Residents at Woolsery, in North Devon, can now buy Lotto numbers for the first time since it started in 1994. The Woolsery Post Office and Stores now has a terminal which saves people a five-mile trip to the nearest machine. Owner Andy Fryatt, who runs the shop with his wife Sarah, said: "Camelot want to know that you as a business are going to be bringing in enough revenue for the charity." He said the business expected to make between £800 and £1,000 more each week.