A female teacher won the "best present ever" within days of her birthday, as she scooped a Renault Clio from a competition run by a women’s magazine.
The Ellesmere Port News reports that Tara Chartres prevailed in the super draw competition run by Candis magazine.
Ms Chartres is also a mother to son Jack, six, who benefitted from the win by being bought a Nintendo Wii game from the money she made through selling her used Renault Clio.
She told the publication: "It was only two-years-old, it was also a Renault Clio in black but a three door, whereas the new one is a five door.
"I suppose you could say we’ve been upgraded."
According to Renault, the Clio is "dynamic, seductive and perfectly controlled", while having a sleek design and flowing lines.
Meanwhile, buyers of the Renault Clio 1.5 dCi Dynamique can benefit from a fuel economy of 64.2 miles to the gallon, while having the capability of reaching a top speed of 108 miles per hour.