BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead has reached the final round of the National Lottery Awards and we are urging local people to get behind us and vote!
The National Lottery Awards recognise the positive impact that Lottery-funded projects – both big and small – make to local communities. BALTIC is one of only three projects and the only one in England to make it through in the Best Arts Project category in the annual search to find the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects.
Watch a video about BALTIC's finalist position.
Voting is open now and can can be done one of three ways:
- vote online at lotterygoodcauses.org/awards
- telephone 0844 836 3 671
- vote at BALTIC- we have votings stations set up on Level 5, as well as boxes to post your votes on Level 2 and Ground Floor Information Desk.
Voting closes on 28 October 2012. Please help us spread the word by forwarding this e-flyer to your friends, family and colleagues.The winner in each category, decided by public vote, will be announced on a special BBC One programme later in the year.
Calls cost no more than 5p from a BT landline. Calls from other networks may vary; calls from mobiles could cost considerably more. Callers are advised to check with their telephone network provider to be certain of the cost. No profit will be made from the cost of the phone vote by The National Lottery.All voting will be independently adjudicated and verified by Electoral Reform Services.