Wacky ways to spend a £5.5m Lotto win

File photo dated 28/02/13 of National Lottery champagne flutes as the Lottery will mark two decades of creating millionaires and supporting good causes when it whirs up its draw machine and brightly coloured balls tomorrow. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 18, 2014. More than �30 billion has been raised for charity since the first draw, on November 19 1994, while in excess of 3,700 ticket-holders have been made into millionaires during its 20-year history. Organisers say prize money of more than �53 billion has been handed out - an average of �33 million each week. See PA story LOTTERY Anniversary. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire
File photo dated 28/02/13 of National Lottery champagne flutes as the Lottery will mark two decades of creating millionaires and supporting good causes when it whirs up its draw machine and brightly coloured balls tomorrow. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 18, 2014. More than �30 billion has been raised for charity since the first draw, on November 19 1994, while in excess of 3,700 ticket-holders have been made into millionaires during its 20-year history. Organisers say prize money of more than �53 billion has been handed out - an average of �33 million each week. See PA story LOTTERY Anniversary. Photo credit should read: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Sports cars, luxury holidays and mega mansions are among the splurges on lottery winner’s shopping lists, but how would you spend more than £5.5m?

That is the ‘million-dollar’ question for ex-Chelsea footballer Terry Bradbury and wife Ann who are coming to terms with their fortune after winning a whopping £5,517,016 in the Lotto draw on Saturday.

The caring couple, who matched six numbers, said they intend to spend the cash on looking after their family.

But the Times has come up with some other slightly wacky ways to splash the cash...

Shoe fanatics could buy 27,500 pairs of designer stiletto’s such as Christian Louboutin or Jimmy Choo, with each pair priced at £200.

For those with a sweet tooth, you could shell out all your winnings on 11,000,000 Mars bars priced at 50p each – certainly a lifetime supply!

Instead of splashing out on a super car you could purchase England’s most popular car the Ford Fiesta – in fact you could buy 550 of them from £10,000 each.

If you’re partial to a pint or two, £5.5m would get you around 1,571,000 pints priced at £3.50.

If you fancy getting away and seeing the sights you could spend millions on an indefinite around the world trip. Or you could buy ten of Britain’s most expensive caravans. With its luxury Italian kitchen, top-of-the range flat screen television and iPhone controlled heating system, it’s not your average caravan.

But then, at £550,000, it doesn’t come with the average caravan price tag either.

Die-hard bargain hunters could buy 5,500,000 different items from Poundland.

If you’re looking to get a foot on the property ladder you could consider buying a fish and chip shop in the Peak District for around £70,000, a historic hall with 7,16 acres for £1,950,000 or even 378 acres of Derbyshire farmland for £4,075,000.

How would you spend £5.5m? Share your ideas at comment@derbyshiretimes.co.uk.