The 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards
The 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards is the annual search to find the UK's favourite Lottery-funded projects and people. The Awards are a great way of celebrating the ordinary people doing extraordinary things with National Lottery funding.
This year, the Awards reflect our 25-year legacy, giving us a fantastic opportunity to celebrate projects and people who have benefited from National Lottery funding over the last quarter of a century.
Back from the Brink
Back from the Brink seeks to save from extinction 20 of the UK’s most endangered animals, plants and fungi, benefiting more than 200 at-risk species
Wheelchair hurling makes the traditional Irish sport accessible to players in wheelchairs with dedicated coaches and provision of new clubs.
Sage Gateshead transformed the cultural life of the North East and has cemented its position as a vibrant mainstay ever since. It is a music centre deep-rooted in the North, but with an international profile, boasting one of the most striking buildings in the North East.
Kinship Care Northern Ireland helps and supports children who cannot be cared for by their own parents to live safely and securely within their own families and communities
Kelly Gallagher and Charlotte Evans
Kelly Gallagher is a British Paralympic skier who, with her guide Charlotte Evans, won ParalympicsGB's first-ever Winter paralympic gold medal.
One of Britain's greatest Paralympic athletes, Tanni Grey-Thompson, amassed a remarkable medal haul over 16 years.