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Grant to Garden Organic 06 Aug 2015

The project provides outdoor environmental activities and cooking sessions for Young Carers. The young people will have opportunity to relax express themselves confidently and have fun meeting other young people in a natural setting.

Amount: £9,865
Funder: BBC Children in Need
Recipient: Garden Organic
Region: West Midlands
District: Rugby District

Young Gardeners Club 08 Dec 2011

This is a project by a community organisation based in Biggleswade. The group will use funding to set up a young gardeners club and provide activities including Green gym principles, growing and cooking, for young people in the area. This will provide new activities for young people in this rural area and engage them with regular activities during school holidays.

Grant to Scotswood Natural Community Garden 06 Aug 2015

This project will deliver a programme of outdoor gardening and environmental activities to a variety of young people with the west end of Newcastle.

Gardening & Vegetable Growing Project 17 Mar 2008

A project by this Lambeth group to provide weekly sessions for children and young people to encourage learning about gardening, vegetables, healthy eating and wildlife. The group plan to encourage members of the community to become involved in the project and the project will also include young people with disabilities.

Young People's Garden 16 Nov 2005

This group wish to develop a garden and allotment area behind the youth centre. The aim is to encourage disadvantaged young people to learn social and teamwork skills through gardening and growing vegetables. The award will be used to fund a youth worker, gardening tools and equipment, soil, plants and seeds.

There is no project name available for this record 01 Aug 2007

This group provides accommodation to vulnerable young people. Award to pay for garden seats, garden tools, garden fencing, flower pots, garden lighting, compost, seeds, bark chips, garden accessories and a BBQ.

Amount: £668
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Aberdeen Cyrenians
Region: Scotland
District: Aberdeenshire

Respite House Children's Garden 20 Oct 2011

The housing association plan to create a new children's garden at an association property in Glenrothes used as a respite home for disabled children. The group will offer a programme of garden themed educational activities for young people staying at the respite home. The grant will fund garden design, planning and landscaping. It will also fund planting, planters, improvements to existing garden features, educational activities, evaluation and publicity.

Amount: £9,075
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Glen Housing Association
Region: Scotland
District: Fife

Grant to Covent Garden Dragon Hall Trust 04 Aug 2017

Help us give young people somewhere fun & safe to go during half-term holidays with activities to develop their skill-sets & passions.

Amount: £1,801
Funder: Co-operative Group
Recipient: Covent Garden Dragon Hall Trust
Region: London
District: Camden London Boro

A4A - Friendship Gardens 26 Aug 2015

The organisation will use the funding to run an inter-generational project which will improve their community garden space. This will enable the organisation to work with young people who will learn new skills whilst improving access to their garden area for older people and the disabled and making the area more welcoming for new residents which will help avert feelings of social isolation.

The Secret Gardens of Springfields 14 Sep 2016

The project will use the funds to pay for resources, equipment, volunteer expenses and training to create a sensory garden, build raised beds for food production, a greenhouse and potting shed. This will enable the organisation to provide a new community garden initiative in a deprived area of Knutsford which will be used by families to deflect the young people from anti-social behaviour, and by older vulnerable people to improve community cohesion.

Amount: £9,996
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: The Secret Gardens of Springfields
Region: North West
District: Cheshire East

Grant to Streetwise Young People's Project 29 Nov 2017

We would like to purchase plants and flowers for a city centre young people's garden.

Grant to Trinity Community Garden 02 Mar 2017

Towards a co-ordinated programme of activities for young people.

Grant to Forest Farm Peace Garden 16 Dec 2015

providing a therapeutic garden for local people to access education opportunities. The grant will fund a new programme for NEET young people to give them opportunities to gain new skills and access to learning and gain support towards and into employment.

Heart of the Meadows 14 Mar 2007

A range of community-based environmental activities will bring together young and older people in Nottingham. A community garden will be developed into a facility for local schools and nurseries, and groups including young people and older people will help generate new initiatives.

Aeron Community Garden 20 Mar 2009

The project is to establish a community garden. The money is for staff costs, shed, greenhouse, gardening tools, transport, childcare and publicity costs.

Grant to Trinity Community Garden 10 Jun 2016

Towards a co-ordinated programme of holiday activities for young people.

Grant to Trinity Community Garden 10 Oct 2016

Towards a co-ordinated programme of holiday activities for young people.

Scunthorpe Boxing Club 15 Jul 2010

This group will use funding to set up a new boxing club aimed at young people, particularly those who are disengaged in the community. This will provide a new positive activity for young people and an opportunity to learn discipline, self control and to be rewarded for good behaviour.

Grant to Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens 06 Aug 2015

The project will provide after school activities at their community gardens for disabled children and young people and those affected by poverty. The project will develop physical wellbeing increase self confidence and improve social skills.

2009 at Landseer Gardens 27 May 2009

This project in Islington will provide gardening in the park, film screenings and film workshops so that adults and young people can engage in recreational and social activities in an outdoor community space.

Amount: £4,200
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: The Friends Of Landseer Gardens
Region: London
District: Islington London Boro