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The National Lottery Awards 2010

10 August 2010


We are now into the final few days of voting for this year’s National Lottery Awards, with the voting closing at midday on Friday 13 August. There are 21 projects that have made it through to the final round of voting, and 13 of these projects are BIG or Awards for All funded which is fantastic news. Last year 5 out of the winning 7 projects were BIG funded, so let’s see if we can match it this year!

Here are the BIG funded shortlisted projects in their respective categories:

Best Arts Project:

–       Kidz R Us (Big Lottery Fund/Arts Council England)

–       Streetwise Opera’s “My Secret Heart” (Big Lottery Fund/Arts Council England)

Best Education Project:

–       Chances for Life (Big Lottery Fund)

–       Stepney Bank Stables (Big Lottery Fund, Awards for All, Sport England)

Best Environment Project:

–       Millennium Country Park (Big Lottery Fund)

Best Health Project:

–       Access to Citizenship (Big Lottery Fund)

–       Cruse Bereavement Care Young Cruse project (Big Lottery Fund)

–       Food For Life Partnership (Big Lottery Fund)

Best Sports Project:

–       Dromore Education & Community Partnership (Big Lottery Fund)

–       Sportworx (Big Lottery Fund)

Best Voluntary/Charity Project, in association with Woman magazine:

–       Blaenau Gwent Domestic Abuse Services (Big Lottery Fund, Awards for All, Sports Council Wales)

–       Brighton & Hove Neighbourhood Care Scheme (Big Lottery Fund)

–       Little Havens Children’s Hospice (Big Lottery Fund)

To find out more about the shortlisted projects and to cast your vote, go to the National Lottery Awards website.

The winners will be announced on a special BBC1 show on 4 September, where they will be presented with an award and given £2,000 to spend on their project.

One Comment leave one →
  1. 29 October 2010 9:07 am

    Throughout the summer months, TNR has been working with the National Lottery to produce TV and online footage of the 21 deserving projects, which have made it through to the finals of this year’s National Lottery Awards…

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