Charity champion Sarah steps up to waltz away with award
SHE has dedicated herself to helping others and has now been given a perfect ten.
Sarah Griffiths-Little, trustee of skin condition charity, the Ichthyosis Support Group (ISG), has waltzed off with the National Lottery Awards's Best Health Project title.
Strictly Come Dancing's very own Len Goodman stopped by one of the group's meetings, disguised as a gardener, to present the award.
Sarah, from Maesteg, said: "I'm a big fan of Strictly and couldn't believe my eyes when Len Goodman turned up with the trophy.
"We've campaigned so hard for votes and, as a small charity, we're overwhelmed to have got this level of support.
"Little is known about the condition, even among health professionals because it is so rare.
"Winning this award is tremendous recognition for the efforts of the whole group."
Dancing star Len added: "The ISG is a wonderful charity. The help they provide to people with icthyosis changes lives.
"National Lottery players should be proud they are supporting helping like this. It is a definitely a 10 from Len for the ISG!"