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- Earliest award date
- 25 Sep 1997
- Latest award date
- 09 Apr 2019
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This project is a community event and activities. The project will bring people together to celebrate and commemorate the role of individuals and events within the past 200 years that have influenced, framed and formed Prestonâ€™s industrial past and championed its future.
WIT. A story about Cancer 17 Feb 2016
The group will use the funding to deliver a set of interactive workshops on the experiences people have suffered after being diagnosed with cancer and the issues they come up against. This will help to develop the communication between patients and medics, helping to address issues including isolation and improve the overall patient medic relationship.
My Life without Bullying 19 Dec 2016
The funding will be used by a primary school to deliver a series of anti-bullying sessions together with taekwondo instruction as part of a programme of after school activities. The aim of the project is to improve the resilience of the participants and enable them to engage better in education and attainment.
Take me away from the takeaway 31 Aug 2016
The organisation will purchase mobile allotment pods and equipment for pupils. This will help them understand more about farming, agriculture and the importance of eating well to improve their health.
The school will use the funding to purchase and install outdoor play equipment to update the play area. This will enable the school to provide a fit for purpose outdoor play area with safe resources that are accessible to all and the wider community, aiming to reduce obesity and support children to be physically active.
The project will use the funding to provide and install a community public access defibrillator in the local area. This will ensure they have equipment if someone has a cardiac arrest.
The project will use the funding to develop a sensory play area and a canopy will be purchased for the school grounds. This will provide creative and imaginative play equipment and the activities will help aid the development of the young children.
This is a project by a voluntary organisation based in Oldham operating across Greater Manchester. The project will deliver a Cameroon National Day celebration event bringing together people of Cameroonian origin from across the UK and their friends and supporters. The event will include social, sport and cultural activities and will engage the local community in the organising process, reducing social exclusion and promoting mutual respect between communities.
Roaring Success 02 Nov 2016
The project will use the funding to run a festival and provide a programme of after school rugby activities for young people in the local community. This will increase physical activity with the aim of reducing obesity and improving health and wellbeing.
Healthy Lifestyles 23 Nov 2016
The funding will be used to deliver a new programme of activities at a community centre, invluding cooking and physical activites. The project aims to provide opportunities to bring people together from different cultures, backgrounds and religions from the local community.
Out With The Old and In With The New 23 Nov 2016
This project will use the funding to replace their outdoor play equipment which is no longer safe to use. This will provide pupils and the local community with access to outdoor fitness equipment which will aid their development.
Growing to be healthy 01 Feb 2017
The funding will be used to engage isolated members of the community and families in food growing and preparation workshops and community events in a local park. The project aims to strengthen the community by reducing anti-social behaviour, improving the health and wellbeing of participants and reducing increasing social interaction between older and younger members of the community.
AIS Club 29 Apr 2015
The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the kitchen and toilet facilities in newly acquired premises to be used as an education and community centre for local residents. This will make the premises fit for purpose and enable the organisation to consolidate and expand its activities.
A Christmas party and 2 trips to the seaside 16 Nov 2016
The funding will be used to run a Christmas 2017 party and two day trips to the seaside. The project aims to reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing by offering opportunities for social interaction amongst older members of the community.
Angling for all at Trafford Ecology Park 13 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to construct an access path suitable for people with disabilities and who use wheelchairs to access a dedicated fishing deck within an ecology park. This will strengthen the community by ensuring that people with disabilities can access a recreational resource and actively participate in the wider community.
St Paul's Hall and Community Kitchen 06 Jul 2016
The organisation will use the funding to upgrade its kitchen and catering facilities. This will enable it to continue to support the organisations currently using the hall and expand the range of organisations and services it delivers from the building to isolated and vulnerable groups in the community.
High Hopes 22 Mar 2017
The funding will be used by a school to create a forest school on a disused area of the grounds. The project aims to provide a place to encourage the children's social and physical development.
Disabled Access Footpath 08 Apr 2015
Project Summary : The organisation will use the funding to build an access path to improve disabled access to their football club, enabling full access for all visitors to a community used facility.
This project will use the funding to install play equipment in an outdoor area within the school grounds which have been chosen to meet the needs of the younger children in the school. This will enable the school to encourage their pupils to participate in out of school sessions, using the new equipment which has been designed to improve their communication and interaction with their peers, and increase their physical abilities, aiming to reduce the high levels of obesity.
Halton Mill Accessibility Project 01 Mar 2017
The funding will be used to update a community facility and adapt the existing disabled toilet to include a changing area. This will ensure that the facilities are fit for purpose for use by people with severe physical disabilities.