People have until the end of the week to vote for a county project in The National Lottery Awards.
FLOW is a cultural project based on the county’s canals, waterways, reservoirs and water towers.
It is competing against nine other Good Causes from across the UK for the Best Arts Project award.
Voting closes at midday on Sunday (July 22).
Jackie O’Sullivan from The National Lottery Awards said: “National Lottery players raise a massive £30 million a week for Good Causes across the UK.
“The National Lottery Awards celebrate the fantastic work that Lottery-funded projects do in local communities. The semi-finalists are shining examples of what can be achieved. Everyone should vote for their favourite local project to help them get national recognition for their efforts.”
The final is broadcast on BBC One later this year.
The winner in each category will receive a £2,000 cash prize to spend on their project.
For more information and to vote go to www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/awards