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National Lottery Awards 2010

National Lottery Awards 2010

The winners of the National Lottery Awards will be announced this Saturday 4 September on a special television programme that you can watch live on BBC One. The National Lottery Awards ceremony is being held at the London Roundhouse, and the main host will be popular television actor John Barrowman. Other celebrity hosts will include Amir Khan and Kelly Brook, and the star-studded event will also feature performances from Taio Cruz and McFly. The whole affair promises to be very exciting for the 21 National Lottery Awards finalists that are involved, and it should be just as entertaining for viewers at home!

As those of you who are familiar with the National Lottery Awards will know, each of the 21 finalists is a project that has previously received lottery funding. The aim of the awards is to find the one project in each of seven different categories that the public have voted for as being most worthy of recognition. A first round of public voting took place in June this year and a second round in August, and although that means the winners are already known to officials, none of the finalists will have an inkling that they are category winnings until the National Lottery Awards ceremony itself.

With three finalists in each of the seven categories, all of the finalists will quite rightly feel as if they have a very good chance of becoming a National Lottery Awards winner this Saturday night. Those that are announced as the winners will receive a cash prize and be featured in a BBC television show that will be broadcast later this year.

We congratulate all of the finalists on the not insignificant achievement of getting to the final stage of the National Lottery Awards, and we wish them the very best of luck for Saturday night. And for those of you who will be watching the proceedings at home, why not buy lottery tickets online so that you too have a chance of winning a prize worth celebrating? Not only could you win a fortune, you’ll be helping projects just like those features in the National Lottery Awards show!

Thursday 2nd September 2010

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