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George Williams, a dancer with a learning disability from the North East, has reached the finals of the National Lottery Awards – the annual search for the UK’s favourite National Lottery-funded projects – and now needs local votes to help it win.  

 

George has been dancing with TIN Arts since 2011 and over recent years has also toured nationally with Flex Dance, National Youth Dance Company as well as with his own work 'WIRED'.

To vote go to lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/project/wired-dance-george-williams.  You can also follow the campaign on Twitter: hashtag #NLAwards. Voting runs from 9am on 27 June until midnight on 27 July.  

The project with the most votes will be crowned the winner and receive a £5,000 cash prize to spend on their project, an iconic National Lottery Awards trophy and attend a star-studded glittering awards ceremony to be broadcast on BBC One on 26 September 2018.

There are seven projects competing for votes across seven categories, reflecting the main areas of National Lottery funding: arts, education, environment, health, heritage, sport and voluntary/charity. 

 

 

WIRED

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From the comfort of his bedroom George forges connections to all that is special to him: Music, games, the world-wide web and more. At times a hive of activity, at others a sanctuary, George's bedroom is the centre of a world where even everyday objects can become a playground. The line between entertainment and distraction has never been so blurred. It’s hard to focus when you’re this wired.

 

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