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Posted on 26th May, 2015 by Lincoln Against Poverty
Our work with partners on the Lincoln Against Poverty project has been shortlisted for a Centre for Public Scrutiny award, a year after being commended in the same awards.
We are in the category for Economic Resilience and will be competing against Brighton and Hove City Council and Peterborough City Council for the title.
An awards night will take place in London on June 2.
On June 3, we will find out if we’ve won a Chartered Institute of Public Relations Award for Public Sector Campaign of the year award for the Say No To High Cost Borrowing Campaign and on June 11 will discover if the campaign has won a PRCA Dare award.
Watch this space!
To read about last year’s CfPS award success click here.