Public vote to decide finalists of The National Lottery Awards
Ten voluntary and charity projects from across the UK that have received National Lottery funding have made it through to the semi-final stage of The National Lottery Awards. A public vote will decide which three make it to the finals, which will be broadcast live on BBC One later in the year, and where the winner will receive national coverage and a £2,000 prize.
The National Lottery Awards are an annual search to find "the UK's favourite Lottery-funded projects" and to celebrate the difference that these organisations make to local communities.
There are seven categories in the Awards, each reflecting the main areas of Lottery funding: arts, sport, heritage, health, environment, education and voluntary/charity. There are 10 projects up for voting on in each of the seven categories
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