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  1. It Takes A Village - A Parenting Podcast from The National Lottery

    11th Mawrth 2021

  2. Dancer finds her feet in Wales

    1st Mawrth 2021

  3. Safe Soulmates

    12th Chwefror 2021

    To kick off this Valentine's weekend, we speak to members of National Lottery funded project Safe Soulmates to learn how love has got them through lockdown...

  4. 5 things to do this valentines day

    8th Chwefror 2021

    Roses are red, violets are blue… what can I do with WI-FI and you!

  5. Learning at Home Resources

    27th Ionawr 2021

    Home learning resources created by National Lottery funded projects.

  6. Celebrating the life of Ridley Road

    20th Ionawr 2021

    National Lottery funded project Future Hackney unveils its Ridley Road Stories exhibition to rave reviews.

  7. National Lottery funded film 'THE REASON I JUMP' is a hit!

    13th Ionawr 2021

    A closer look at National Lottery supported film 'THE REASON I JUMP'.

  8. Helpful Handlebars

    16th Rhagfyr 2020

    During lockdown, Kirsteen Torrance was redeployed to help run Burntisland Emergency Action Team, in her local community in Fife, Scotland.

  9. Delivery Heroes

    15th Rhagfyr 2020

    Big-hearted members of a Bristol rugby club have had Twickenham rugby stadium named after them for a day after joining together to show extraordinary support for their local community during lockdown.

  10. Social Running

    15th Rhagfyr 2020

    2020 was the year The Lliswerry Runners Club in Newport South Wales turned 35. It was also the year that life turned upside down.

  11. An Oarsome Twosome

    15th Rhagfyr 2020

    At 27, Isobel Turner recalls lockdown as one of the tougher tests of her career as a young rowing coach. As the only coach among her team who wasn’t furloughed, Isobel was required to keep in contact with the 65 schools that the London Youth Rowing programme usually work with.

  12. Everyday Sailors

    15th Rhagfyr 2020

    "One thing we've always tried to be is an open club,” notes Ken Newing. “It's ordinary, everyday people sailing.”