- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 02 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 12 Sep 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
The Big Push 04 Jun 2013
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'The Big Push'. This project lists its main activity as Rugby League.
This trust deliver a mentor focused programme to provide support for primary aged children who have been identified as having low self-esteem, lack confidence and are at risk of making bad decisions within the Peebles area. The funding will allow the group to enhance and continue delivering a package of support, underpinned by mentoring, to 150 young people within the nine primary schools in the area.
Building for tomorrows future 14 Mar 2018
This project will renovate the village hall, extending it to accommodate local community and activity groups including table tennis club and short-mat bowls club. This will also encourage the formation of new groups and provide a more attractive facility for social and celebration events. Once the works are completed a team of local volunteers will convert the existing small car park at the front of the building into a community garden.
Wave Project Dorset 21 Mar 2018
The funding will be used to support young people to improve their mental and physical health, through surfing. The project uses a programme of surfing and peer-mentoring, where young people learn to surf through support and guidance from local mentors and professional instructors before becoming mentors themselves.
This group will use the funding to build their surf therapy and peer mentoring project aimed at young people aged between 8 and 24 experiencing depression, anxiety or low mood, or who have experienced trauma caused by stress-related events such as bereavement, family breakdown or domestic violence.
Incredible Edible Network Development 27 Jul 2017
This funding will be used to supports a movement of 120 UK Incredible Edible communities. It’s a social movement that puts people in the lead in their community through growing food. The money will be used to support and strengthen the network
Building Relationships and Attaining Self Esteem 17 May 2017
This project will purchase furniture, white goods and garden equipment to be used in a local hostel facility to benefit families and children impacted by domestic abuse, poverty and mental health issues. This will enable them to engage in family holiday activities.
Pierremont Crescent Street Party 08 Nov 2017
The project will close their street so they can hold a Big Lunch event for local people to improve community cohesion, reduce social isolation and foster positive relationships amongst residents.
a Play Park for the village 28 Feb 2018
The funding will be used by the parish council to create a children’s play park. It will reflect the area’s coastal setting and provide the only outside play area where younger children and families can come together to socialise, build support networks and stay healthy.
The Hyndburn Project 24 May 2017
The funding will be used to assist with the cost of transporting recycled goods from donors to recipients. The project aims to support people who are in financial difficulty and build resilience.
100 Years and Gender/BME Leaders 20 Dec 2017
The organisation will raise awareness of LGBT issues through training local young people to increase their skills and confidence so they are able to represent the needs of young people in the community.
Hanging out at The Hangout 18 Oct 2017
The group will deliver activities for local young people, to include sports, crafts, roller disco and camping, to reduce involvement in antisocial behaviour.
Sileby Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan 12 Jul 2017
The project will produce a neighbourhood plan that will focus on community engagement and development. This will enable the future development of services and assets.
Playing Up 07 Jun 2017
This funding will be used to purchase new portable exercise resources to help deliver extra-curricular physical activities. This will improve the health and wellbeing of children and members of the wider community who are experiencing the effects of obesity.
The group will deliver healthy living and fitness sessions to families and children in the community who are struggling to combat obesity. This will improve their eating and exercise habits in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle.