SKIP OF GOLD: Vote for sports club or community group to win £1,000

Mick George's Skip of Gold initiative has returned.

Mick George's Skip of Gold initiative has returned. - Credit: Mick George Ltd

The finalists for this year’s Skip of Gold competition have been announced and voting lines are now open.

Huntingdon-based Mick George, in partnership with The Hunts Post, is offering both sports clubs and community organisations the chance to win £1,000 to spend on a project of their choosing.

After receiving scores of applications, a set of shortlists have been decided and the organisations and clubs now need your votes to stand a chance of winning the £1,000 prize.

Here’s how it works:

Voting lines will be open from March 22 through to April 19 for supporters of each of the shortlisted organisations to cast their votes.


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The organisation that receives the most votes from each category will be awarded the prize fund, with the winner announced on May 3.

Log on to www.mickgeorge.co.uk/huntsgold to submit your choice of winner

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The shortlists:

Community

A: The Riverside Miniature Railway Club

B: Houghton and Wyton Time Bank

C: Little Acorns Pre-school

D: Little Miracles

E: Switch Now

F: Carers Trust Cambridgeshire

G: Baptist Church, Bluntisham

H: Somersham Kids Club

I: Cromwell District Scouts

J: Open Door Church

Sports

K: Rough Diamonds MMA

L: First Strokes Swimming Club

M: Priory Park U12 Girls

N: Huntingdon Canoe Club

O: Godmanchester Town Cricket Club

P: Rotations Trampoline Club

Q: Cambridgeshire Royals Dragonboat Team

R: Huntingdon Cricket Club

S: St Ives Rangers FC

T: St Neots Rowing Club

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