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.

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Include ‘In’ Autism

Tyne and Wear

Won £0.00

We are wanting a sensory garden for the children and young people we support.

Rebuilding Howick Cricket Pavilion as a Sports and Community Asset


Won £0.00

The existing Cricket Pavilion is beyond repair, we need to replace it and bring it up to modern day standards. The facilities are some of the worst in the cricket league and are massively below standard, when compared to modern requirements. We have planning permission and building regs. approval.


County Durham

Won £0.00

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.

Headway Darlington – garden project

County Durham

Won £0.00

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.


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