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£4.3m of Powys lottery funding during pandemic

 
Created on 27/04/2022 @ 09:57

 

More than £4.3 million of National Lottery funding went to projects in Powys in 2020/21, according to new figures released today to mark the launch of this year’s National Lottery Awards.

A total of 235 National Lottery grants were allocated, providing crucial support to arts, sports, heritage and community organisations in the county.

The Awards are an annual celebration of the inspirational individuals and groups who do extraordinary things in their community with the help of National Lottery funding.

The National Lottery is looking to highlight the exceptional work of local heroes who have gone the extra mile and made a difference in their community. Anyone who has received National Lottery funding is eligible for nomination.
Model and media figure, Kelly Brook (pictured), is championing the Awards and encouraging nominations to be made

“I hope lots of people put forward their nominations, because there are so many who deserve one of these awards,” she said.

To make your nomination for this year’s National Lottery Awards, tweet @LottoGoodCauses with your suggestions or complete an entry form through www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/awards.

Entries must be received by midnight, June 1.


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