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DCMS celebrates good causes benefiting from lottery investment.
To mark the National Lottery’s 20th birthday we’re shining a spotlight on a range of amazing lottery funded projects around the country.
From Stonehenge to Sheffield’s Botanical Gardens, over the next 3 weeks we’ll be looking at a range of fascinating ways lottery money has been invested in good causes and the people that have benefited.
- Eureka! The National Children’s Museum in Halifax is home to hundreds of interactive exhibits designed to inspire children to learn about themselves and the world around them
- Fort Williams World Championships received National Lottery funding through UK Sport. It’s one of the best events in the world for competitive biking
- Everyman Playhouse Theatre in Liverpool recently won the RIBA Stirling Prize
- Stonehenge received £10 million of funding to transform how the site is understood
- North Tyneside Art Studio in North Shields uses art to transform lives of people experiencing mental health problems
- Lylac Ridge Animal Learning Centre in South Wales has received funding to help children and adults with learning difficulties to develop new skills
- St George’s market was restored to its former glory thanks to Lottery funding
- Ping is a table tennis project which takes the game out of the office and into unusual locations in towns and cities
- Mobile cinema Screen Machine tours the Scottish Highlands with new releases thanks to Lottery funding
- Follow us on Twitter using our #20greatprojects hashtag for the latest projects we’re turning our focus on
- Join us on a virtual journey around the UK via our Pinterest #20greatprojects map, which we’ll be adding to daily, building a snapshot of just some of projects you can enjoy around the UK.
About The National Lottery
Set up in 1994, The National Lottery donates £33 million each week to a wide range of lottery good causes. Find projects in your area.