The People's Millions is coming back to ITV regional news. Across the country, we're giving away 76 prizes of up to £50,000 each to the winning projects - and some of that money is coming here to the West Country.
Over the past eight years ITV in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund have awarded more than £27.8m to 523 community projects across the UK.
We want to encourage applications from a wide range of organisations that can submit community-based projects which improve the lives of local people.
The following organisations are eligible: Voluntary or Community Organisations, Schools, Local Authorities, Health Bodies, Branches of Organisations or Partnerships.
You can enter any time between now and noon on May 13th. Here in the West Country many projects have benefited from Big Lottery money in the past.
Jacquie Bird has been to visit one of them:
Shortlisted projects will go head-to-head for voting on ITV Regional News at 6pm during the last week of November. Media training will be offered. Terms and conditions apply.
To get an entry pack, just go to this link:
Entrants must be 18 or over. Terms and conditions can be found at itv.com/terms
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