After another successful awards ceremony, we've announced our winners for 2018 after a rigorous voting and judging process. Thank you to all who nominated and voted, we're proud to support all of these amazing causes. Check out this year's winners below.

Building The Ark

Greater London

Won £45,000.00

The Horticultural and Sensory Garden at ‘The Ark’, what will be the only children’s hospice building in North and Central London, will enable seriously unwell children to access an inspiring space for relaxation and adventure. It will help them to live as children, not just patients.

There are 31 Community Project awards

NORTON SPORTS CHARITY

County Durham

Won £3,000.00

We need external fascia board, paint, pipework and guttering to prevent any further damage to the fabric of our community clubhouse which is in urgent need of repair Internally we need to improve toilets, walls and ceilings to maintain facilities for ca. 100,000 visitors annually to our site.

Porthleven School Multi Community Project

Cornwall

Won £2,500.00

We have extensive grounds at our school We host events throughout the the year for 14 schools in our trust, their families and community members (4000 pupils) We also host Armed Forces Day, multi community fundraising events. We need outdoor toilets and showers to continue what we do

Right Resolution community cafe

Northamptonshire

Won £10,000.00

A Community café that will provide an alternative work experience for care leavers whilst bringing the local community together. Kingsheath has a broad diverse community the café will give the community a place to unite together and sessions can be facilitated with other services within the café.

Coventry Welsh RFC Renovations

West Midlands

Won £5,000.00

Whilst life on the pitch is going well, off the pitch a dedicated team of volunteers work tirelessly to fundraise for maintenance and improvements. The clubhouse consists of two main multi functional rooms. Adjacent to this are the well used changing rooms, which are in desperate need of an upgrade.

Temple Street Methodist Church & Community Centre

Staffordshire

Won £1,000.00

We're refurbishing our Church Hall to give it a brighter look as it's become a bit tatty around the edges. When the Hall was built, the walls weren't plastered and over the years the bare brickwork has taken some wear and tear. We're looking to paint the bare walls to give it a lighter look.

Headway Darlington – garden project

County Durham

Won £4,000.00

Headway Darlington and district support brain injury survivors and their families once they are discharged from hospital. We are desperately trying to raise funds to make a garden with seating area and also vegetable raised beds so we can start a gardening club.

SPLICE Child and Family Project

Bridgend

Won £3,000.00

Splice Child and Family Project promotes the development and education of children aged 0 - 5 years as well as their families, parents and carers providing help and family support through the provision of training and recreational learning activities in a safe secure and stimulating enviroment.

Whiteleys Retreat

South Ayrshire

Won £5,000.00

Whiteleys Retreat offers short therapeutic breaks to children, young people and their families with cancer & life altering illnesses across the UK. We will offer families a chance to make special memories, spend precious time together away from the harsh realities of hospital trips and treatment.

The Reading Retreat at Stoneydown

Greater London

Won £4,000.00

Please help us transform a gloomy school shelter into a Reading Retreat - a library and cosy space to be used by pupils and the local community to boost literacy, host English language booster meetings and provide a sanctuary from the stress of the playground for pupils with additional needs.

Katharine House Hospice

Staffordshire

Won £1,000.00

Our current fire exit door on Bay 2 of our in-patient unit is only a single exit door, so our patients in that bay would either have to get out of bed to walk to the other bay’s fire exit or be wheeled to the other bay in their bed, which might not be possible in an emergency.

Low Wood Scout Activity and Camping Centre

West Yorkshire

Won £2,000.00

The project is to take a former disused golf club site and turn it into an activity centre for scouts and other youth based organisations. The site has been derelict for two years prior to Scouts taking over the site and much of the work will be concentrated on building refurbishment and conversion.

Tadcaster Albion

North Yorkshire

Won £4,000.00

Tadcaster Albion are a non league football, with a senior & junior sections, we are looking to renovate specific facilities, these include the external toilets, changing rooms, clubhouse, create sheltered standing and health & safety improvements and build an external catering facility.

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