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  1. De La Warr Pavillion

    Sitting stylishly on the seafront of Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, is the distinctive outline of this Modernist venue, designed as an iconic centre for art, culture and recreation.

  2. Lagan Village Youth & Community Group

    Making music as a means of communication and engagement has helped young adults with special needs discover new skills and abilities.

  3. Wolverhampton Art Gallery

    This vibrant gallery in the Midlands is dedicated to preserving old gems for everyone to enjoy, as well as championing modern art movements and inspiring local people to express their inner artist

  4. The Hepworth Wakefield

    A world-class gallery to house Wakefield’s important collection of contemporary art and celebrate the legacy of pioneering sculptor Barbara Hepworth, who was born in the city

  5. Katie Archibald

    Katie is a National Lottery funded athlete and has already a multiple World and European cycling champion, in both individual and team events.

  6. Emma Wiggs

    Emma is a two-time Paralympian and six-time world champion has represented Great Britain in both Sitting Volleyball and Canoeing. Outside of competition, Emma is an advocate for anti-doping and has been awarded an MBE for Services to Canoeing

  7. Derby Silk Mill - Museum of Making

    This pioneering regeneration project will preserve Derby’s important industrial heritage while giving the community a lead role in co-producing the design and content of the new Museum of Making.

  8. Rural Media Charity

    The importance of preserving and documenting the cultural heritage of an area has been brought to life by Rural Media’s film A Great Place

  9. St Agnes Surf Life Saving Club

    This growing surf lifesaving club in Cornwall is helping people of all ages to stay safe in the water while having fun and improving skills

  10. 14/48: The World’s Quickest Theatre Festival

    The British branch of this energetic international speed theatre festival has used National Lottery funding to turn young people into playwrights – and see their work performed to a live audience