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Blog - 25th Birthday Stories

  1. Maureen York (left) and her husband Steven take part in a Happy and Healthy class at the Great Sankey Neighbourhood Hub

    Fresh thinking at the Hub

    23rd September 2021

    Exercise classes tailored to people with dementia are emblematic of this sports centre's bold new approach

  2. Discovering the lost art of play

    20th September 2021

    The Imaginarium in Newry is a place where kids are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild

  3. A dancer finds her feet in Wales

    1st March 2021

    Krystal Lowe, a young dancer from Bermuda, has found her feet in Wales with help from The National Lottery.

  4. Finding a way through the Maze

    18th August 2020

    A journey of discovery on one of Northern Ireland's most notorious sites proved an eye-opening experience for 24 young people.

  5. Beautiful noise

    12th August 2020

    The chance to play an instrument is changing lives in Scotland with the help of The National Lottery

  6. A youth club for the elderly

    30th July 2020

    A centre in West Belfast is taking a bold new approach to caring for the elderly with the help of National Lottery funding

  7. The healing power of miniature donkeys

    25th June 2020

    Sarah McPherson with one of her miniature donkeys at her home in South Norfolk

  8. Service with a smile

    25th February 2020

    Alan Thompson is a bit of a celebrity at the Superstars Cafe, a National Lottery funded scheme that's changing lives

  9. Love that's out of this world

    14th February 2020

    National Lottery players helped create a romance that's out of this world at the National Space Centre

  10. Scotland's Celluloid Hero

    9th February 2020

    An historic cinema in Campbeltown has been beautifully restored with help from The National Lottery

  11. The screen scream queen

    3rd February 2020

    Filmmaker Prano Bailey-Bond has a talent for unsettling her audiences

  12. Trainees on track

    30th January 2020

    National Lottery funds are helping the Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railways train a new generation of locomotive enthusiasts