Notice Board

Thu 12 Apr

Nottingham-based initiative Make to Make wants your vote to win National Lottery funding

Nottingham-based initiative MAKE TO MAKE is calling for your vote to secure £44,523.75 of National Lottery funding as part of The People's Projects 2018.

Their project, TIES IN NOTTS, which is based in Nottingham and runs the free Lego Club and The Craft Café activities in the city, is one of five groups in the Central East region in the running for a share of up to £150,000 of funding.

Now in its 13th year, the Big Lottery Fun, ITV, and The National Lottery are teaming up to give the public a chance to decide how National Lottery funding should be put to good use in their local area.

Designed to celebrate some of the incredible projects the Big Lottery Fund has supported over the past year, 95 community-based schemes are now shortlisted across the UK. In each region, the three with the most public votes will receive grants of up to £50,000. This will help them to continue their work to improve local people's lives.The entire amount up for grabs across the UK is a life-changing £3 million.

On Tuesday 17th April, MAKE TO MAKE will showcase its project, TIES IN NOTTS on ITV regional news at 6pm.

To be in with a chance of winning, MAKE TO MAKE is calling on viewers to support its bid.

Voting opens at 9am on Monday 16 April at

MAKE TO MAKE will be bringing their Lego and Craft Pop-Up to Broadway on Sunday 15 April, with free activities for kids and grown-ups alike.