Four community causes in Corby have been shortlisted for the Lloyds Bank Community Fund and people can now vote for who should get the money.
The four groups are the Autumn Centre, a day care centre for the over-50s, Pluto, a community heritage project that tells how Corby steelworkers built the Pipe Line Under The Ocean during the Second World War, Music on Earth, which provides music for children and young people with life-limiting conditions and disabilities, and the Wildcats Foundation, which works with children and young people to make musical theatre accessible to all.
Each local cause will be awarded funding depending on the number of votes they receive. The group with the most votes will get £3,000, the next £2,000, £1,000 and finally, £500. For all the information and to vote on your favourite go to www.lloyds bankcommunities.com.