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Published on Sep 2, 2011
This Friday, 2nd September, public voting opens for the final 22 projects -- including four from the Yorkshire and Humberside region - which have made it through to the finals of the 2011 National Lottery Awards.
In its eighth year, the National Lottery Awards recognise the difference that Lottery-funded projects -- both big and small -- make to local communities, and celebrate the achievements of the people behind them. All the projects in the running have already received Lottery funding and the Awards celebrate how they have put that money to good use.
After a record number of entries, just 70 projects were shortlisted to go through to the semi-finals. Now just 22 remain in the Final stage of the National Lottery Awards, where the public have only 3 weeks to show their support for their favourite project, with voting closing at midday on 26th September.