- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 22 Jun 2018
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Promotional Materials 11 Mar 2016
Warrington Ethnic Society supports culturally diverse communities (black, minority and ethic) to promote community cohesion in Warrington. WECA increase engagement, participation and the voice of culturally diverse older communities to better improve lives, services, policies and opportunities. The grant is to be spent on a range of promotional materials stationary to deliver this activity.
Move to Public Hall 11 Mar 2016
Audlem Youth Club aims to provide quality youth provision which is fun and educational, in a safe friendly environment. Their project provides young people, within the village and surrounding areas, opportunities to develop new skills that will benefit the community as a whole.The grant enabled the Club to meet the costs to make an interim move to the Audlem Public Hall enabling it to grow and develop in readiness for the dedicated rooms being available in a new building in 2017.
LED Lighting 11 Mar 2016
3rd Warrington East Scout Group develops new life skills with young girls and boys between 6-18 years old. The project was to improve the facilities for the scouts as well as for other community groups. The grant support enabled the cost of LED lighting in various areas of the scout hut.
The Sewing Room 13 Jun 2016
Burtonwood Sewing Group is a small but fast growing organisation whose reach goes far beyond inspiring and sharing sewing/textile crafting techniques to e providing recreational activity which brings together local people, helping to prevent isolation, developing friendships and encouraging social inclusion in a rural community. The project helps equip the group with up to date sewing equipment. The grant pays for the purchase of sewing machine, cutting tables and IT equipment for the new premises.
Set up costs 15 May 2016
1nclu5ive Sandbach is a support and access group for disabled people, their families and carers. Their project raises disability awareness. Grant support has helped fund essential social well-being activities.
Art Seed Winter Term 2016 05 Sep 2016
Working Title Artists Collective provides community arts based activities. The Art Seed Winter Term project provides 15 art taster sessions in various venues throughout Northwich where people are less likely to engage in creative arts. The grant will pay for sessional costs, room hire and materials.
New Arrivals Befriending Project 08 Dec 2016
Cheshire, Halton Warrington Racial Equality Centre aim to eliminate discrimination, especially racial discrimination and promote equality of opportunity and good relations. They are involved with the multi agency panels set up around the sub region, to provide support and assistance to newly arrived refugees They identified a need for an informal network of 'soft' support for refugees arriving in Ellesmere Port, to help with integration and settling into the community. This project will provide volunteers to support and befriend refugees in their first few months, potentially acting as a pilot for other areas within the sub region of Cheshire. The grant pays for volunteer expenses and a £250 contribution towards trips to Manchester & Liverpool to the Arabic Centre/markets to buy Middle Eastern Foods and see and understand how to access the cultural facilities nearby.
Girls team playing shirts 08 Dec 2016
Lindow Cricket Club, on the outskirts of Wlmslow is a Cheshire Cricket club which provides opportunities for physical activity, volunteering, gaining confidence and increased social inclusion. As girls cricket is still relatively rare in the area, they successfully started running girls-only cricket sessions in 2016 and aim to retain the current girls and grow participation further in 2017. To help build the girl's engagement with the club and the sport they identified a need for the girls to design their own playing shirts, for matches in 2017. The grant will provide 30 kits for girls.
For one year's worth of interpreting costs allowing St Pauls Advice Centre to offer much needed advice to people in their own language.
Towards a Gardening Project at a safe-house for female survivors of human trafficking.