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  1. OHMI Music Makers

    OHMI Music Makers are pioneering the creation and provision of musical instruments for physically disabled people

  2. Shame Chorus

    Shame Chorus places LGBTQ+ issues out in the open through a collaboration between world‐renowned psychoanalyst Susie Orbach and the London Gay Men's Chorus.

  3. The Man Engine

    The Man Engine, a colossal mechanical tin miner, steamed the length of the Cornish Mining landscape and a source of Cornish pride.

  4. Into Film

    Into Film is a film and education charity across the UK, giving young people the chance to experience film creatively and critically, as well as learn about the film industry and careers within it.

  5. Magi Ann

    This project brought the Magi Ann series of beloved Welsh-language children’s books to life through six free apps.

  6. Chester Zoo

    Chester Zoo is training 80 group leaders to provide them with the skills and resources to take wildlife conservation into their work with a wide range of community groups

  7. Evanton Community Wood

    Evanton Wood is a 65 hectare woodland in the Scottish Highlands owned and managed by the community

  8. Fruitfull Communities

    This transformational project works with young, homeless people across the country to create new orchards, enhance their local natural environment and improve community spaces

  9. The Great Fen

    The Great Fen is one of the biggest habitat restoration projects in Europe

  10. Woodberry Wetlands

    Woodberry Wetlands is an urban wetland oasis, rich in wildlife, created around a working reservoir in north east London

  11. Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1

    Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1 tells the untold story of Grimsby's heroic fishermen, who went out every day during the Great War not knowing if they would return

  12. Quay Place

    Quay Place is a wellbeing and heritage centre which has made use of a once-abandoned 15th Century church in Ipswich and transformed it into a multi-use community centre.