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Who will you vote for in The National Lottery Awards 2017?

June 29, 2017

tnl_logo.pngVotes are now open for this year’s National Lottery Awards, the search for the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects. Four Big Lottery Fund projects from Wales need your votes as they aim for nationwide acclaim on BBC One in the televised ceremony in September.

The winners of each of the National Lottery Awards categories will get a £5,000 cash prize, an iconic National Lottery Awards trophy and attend a star-studded Awards ceremony, broadcast on BBC One in September.

Here are the four finalists funded by the Big Lottery Fund in Wales. Who will you vote for?

 

Magi Ann celebrates St David’s Day in Flint lores.jpgThe Magi Ann series of beloved Welsh language children’s books are being brought to life through six free apps. The series of apps shows Magi Ann and her friend’s simple stories in colour and animation for the first time, helping parents and children to read and enjoy Welsh together. Find out more and vote here.

 

Debbie Turnbull.jpgTen years after her son Chris drowned while swimming with friends in a local river, Debbie Turnbull is warning others of the dangers of open water. River and Sea Sense teaches water safety and CPR to young people and adults across Wales, to try to avoid future tragic accidents. Find out more and vote here.

 

Creating Connections.pngSingle parents are twice as likely to feel stigmatised, isolated, and to live in poverty. This puts them at greater risk of developing mental health problems. Creating Connections has supported over 200 single parents through self-management groups in Cardiff and Newport, South Wales so that they don’t have to manage alone.  Find out more and vote here.

The team all tooled up.JPG

Fix and Shift Training (FAST) is a DIY service run for vulnerable people by vulnerable people. The community project provides training for vulnerable adults in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales, who then help others, from gardening, decorating, fitting smoke alarms, assembling flat pack furniture, to changing light bulbs for pensioners. Find out more and vote here.

Find out more about other shortlisted projects by visiting The National Lottery Awards website. But be quick, voting closes on 27 July 2017.

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