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.

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

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