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And the winners are…

592 projects have won funding through the Aviva Community Fund!

With the votes counted and the judging over, we’re thrilled to announce the local projects that have successfully won funding from the Aviva Community Fund.   

The Aviva Community Fund will be back later on this year offering more funding. Register now to keep up with the latest news on the Aviva Community Fund.



Winner
Venue Costs
Pembrokeshire ...
Haverfordwest
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Winner
Restoration of Tynemouth Outdoor Pool ...
The Friends of ...
Tynemouth
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Winner
Ladies Cricket in Plymouth
Plymouth Cricket ...
Mount Wise ...
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Winner
SLOW – Support for Bereaved Parents & ...
Slow (Surviving The ...
Islington, London, ...
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Winner
Llandogo Primary School - Our Next ...
Friends of Llandogo ...
Llandogo
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Winner
Making Music
Elland Silver Band
Elland
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Judge's Choice
Oakamoor Cricket Club Net Project
Oakamoor Cricket ...
Oakamoor, ...
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Winner
South East Asian Cultural Poetry ...
Scottish Indian ...
Edinburgh
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Winner
We work so hard we want to play, at ...
Friends of Yaxham ...
Yaxham
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Winner
St George's Grandparents get Gadgets
St George's Primary ...
Maghull
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Dictionaries for Schools
Rotary Club of ...
Eachelhurst Road, ...
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Smartscreens for Bilton Grange ...
Bilton Grange PTA
Harrogate HG1 3BA, ...
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Timeline of events

12
September
Submissions open
10
October
Submissions close
24
October
Voting opens
21
November
Voting closes
28
November
Finalists announced
16
January
Winners announced

We captured the moment when some of the projects found out they’d won - watch below to see how they reacted and what winning the funding means to them.

Poppy's Creche
Let There Be Light
Back to Netball

Video transcript

Poppy’s Creche: Hello

Aviva spokesperson: Hi, is that Anne?

Poppy’s Creche: It is, good morning.

Poppy’s Creche: When I got the phone call I cried. Hahaha

Aviva spokesperson: Massive congratulations

Poppy’s Creche: Thank you so much

Poppy’s Creche: It’s grown and grown, this all started with eight and its now over 100

Poppy’s Creche: This is every day, we do this. Every single day

Poppy’s Creche: There are just so many, sick injured hedgehogs out there

Poppy’s Creche: You know the hedgehogs cost an awful lot of money, and we’ve been overwhelmed by the amount of people who’ve voted for us.

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Aviva spokesperson: Hello!

Let there be light: Hi!

Let there be light: We all know as a parent there is nothing more enjoyable than actually watching your child, and other people’s children, shine.

Let there be light: We wanted to have stage lights for productions. The lights could help us with our confidence.

Aviva spokesperson: You are actually a winner!

*cheers*

Let there be light: They’ve really shown me as well how grateful they are. And that’s lovely to see that side.

Let there be light: Speechless.

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Aviva spokesperson: Hi is that Charlotte?

Back to Netball: It doesn’t matter where you’ve come from, it doesn’t matter what you do, what you look like, how old you are, how fit you are. Come and play, we’ll all be friends.

Aviva spokesperson: What I am actually really, really delighted to be able to tell you. You are going to be one of our winners this year

Back to Netball: Oh. Are you joking?

Aviva spokesperson: No hahaa

Back to Netball: That’s amazing, thank you

Back to Netball: It’s become so much bigger than this hour-long session, it’s become something that’s then helped them in every single aspect of their life and why this money is so important is so that I can help the women that I’ve got now, but I can help all the women that I want to get to as well.