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2015

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Grant to Splice Child and Family Ltd 10 Jun 2015

Delivery of a young parents programme (supporting 16-21 year old parents) will enable the charity to strengthen the parenting skills of young disadvantaged people on becoming parents and ensure that a healthy relationship develops with their child.

Keeping the Heart in the Community 03 Nov 2015

This group will use the funding to connect the Hall to the mains water supply and to commission work on a retaining wall so that earth will not pile against the outer wall and create dampness problems.

Amount: £10,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Bridge of Cally Village Hall
Region: Scotland
District: Perth and Kinross

Enhanced Community Sports Facilities 19 Jan 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Enhanced Community Sports Facilities'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G)),FloodLights (Floodlights)

Amount: £245,094
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: The David Ross Education Trust
Region: East Midlands
District: South Kesteven District

Codsall High Red-gra Renovation 20 Apr 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Codsall High Red-gra Renovation'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G)),FloodLights (Floodlights)

Amount: £387,983
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Staffordshire County Council
Region: West Midlands
District: South Staffordshire District

Artificial Grass Pitch, Car Park and Changing Pavilion 14 Sep 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Artificial Grass Pitch, Car Park and Changing Pavilion'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G)),Changing Rooms (Traditional)

Amount: £390,039
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Cannock Chase District Council
Region: West Midlands
District: Cannock Chase District

Valewood Forest School Project 06 May 2015

The group will use the funding to provide transition activities for pupils entering reception class using the forest school ethos. This will encourage children to develop social, emotional and physical skills using a variety of activities including tree planting and habitat piles for children to explore.

Amount: £9,800
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Valewood Primary School
Region: North West
District: Sefton District

4 Football 4 Everyone (4F4E) 13 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled '4 Football 4 Everyone (4F4E)'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G)),Sports Hall (Main (3 or less courts))

Amount: £300,000
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Anfield Sports and Community Centre
Region: North West
District: Liverpool District

Ruskin Drive Sports Ground - Upgrade 01 Dec 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Ruskin Drive Sports Ground - Upgrade'. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries. This funding has contributed towards a Artificial Grass Pitch - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £500,000
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: St.Helens Council
Region: North West
District: St. Helens District

Sussex Youth Network Centre (3G phase) 27 Jul 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Sussex Youth Network Centre (3G phase)'. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries. This funding has contributed towards a Artificial Grass Pitch - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £200,000
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Lewes Community Football Club
Region: South East Coast
District: Lewes District

Edisford 3G Football Pitch 03 Aug 2015

Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Edisford 3G Football Pitch '. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Artificial Grass Pitch - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £23,500
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Ribble Valley Borough Council
Region: North West
District: Ribble Valley District

Parklife Project - Graves 19 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Parklife funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Parklife Project - Graves'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Grass Pitch (Football),Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £2,459,608
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Sheffield City Council

Next generation engineered T-cell therapy for brain lymphoma 23 Nov 2015

Most patients with aggressive brain lymphoma die of their disease. T-cells are white-blood cells that are part of our immune system. T-cells can be imagined as "robots" moving through the body on a "seek-and-destroy" mission against virus infected cells. T-cells do not normally attack lymphoma cells, only infected cells. However, it is possible to genetically engineer T-cells taken from a patient's blood so they now recognize lymphoma cells. These engineered T-cells are called "CAR T-cells" and once they are injected back into the patient, they find and kill lymphoma cells. Dr Martin Pule at University College London will test a CAR T-cell treatment for aggressive brain lymphoma in a clinical study. While CAR T- cells may be good treatments for lymphoma outside the brain, treating brain lymphoma is harder: the brain is more difficult to reach than other parts of the body. Additionally, when CAR T-cells work quickly, they cause inflammation which the brain may not tolerate compared with other organs. The project plans to engineer CAR T-cells in an advanced way so the team can track them using a special MRI scanner and control how quickly they work with a drug. This will allow to safely and effectively develop this new treatment.

Amount: £2,733,673
Funder: The Wellcome Trust
Recipient: University College London

Mechanisms orienting chromosomes in mitosis and meiosis. 07 Jul 2015

The overall theme of my research is to understand molecular mechanisms of chromosome segregation. Altered chromosome number (aneuploidy) causes miscarriages, infertility and birth defects and is a characteristic of cancer. During mitosis, duplicated sister chromatids are pulled apart to produce identical daughter cells. Meiosis generates gametes through two consecutive segregation events: maternal and paternal chromosomes are separated in meiosis I and sister chromatids are segregated during mei osis II. Accordingly, sister kinetochores attach to microtubules from opposite poles in mitosis and meiosis II (bioriented), but to the same pole during meiosis I (monooriented). How these distinct orientations are specified and safeguarded remains poorly understood. We previously demonstrated that the chromosomal region surrounding the kinetochore, the pericentromere, plays multiple underappreciated roles in directing and monitoring chromosome segregation. I now propose to build on these discov eries and elucidate the molecular underpinnings of the interplay between pericentromeres and kinetochores to understand how chromosomes are oriented in mitosis and meiosis. We will use budding yeast to uncover fundamental mechanisms; to reveal conserved principles and vertebrate-specific regulation we will initiate studies on Xenopus oocytes. Specifically we aim to: (1) Determine how the pericentromere is functionally and geometrically organised to orient chromosomes; (2) Understand how the peri centromere acts as a signalling platform to monitor and regulate chromosome segregation; and (3) Reveal the adaptations to kinetochores which direct the specialized pattern of chromosome segregation during meiosis. Ultimately, we will gain an in-depth molecular knowledge of how kinetochores and pericentromeres confer directionality to chromosome movement in mitosis and meiosis.

Amount: £2,147,752
Funder: The Wellcome Trust
Recipient: University of Edinburgh

Upgrade of Club Facilities 16 Oct 2015

Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Upgrade of Club Facilities'. This project lists its main activity as Cricket. This funding has contributed towards a Artificial Grass Pitch - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £73,800
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Bracknell & District Cricket Club
Region: South Central
District: Bracknell Forest

Homestall Road Sports Ground Artificial Pitch 10 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Homestall Road Sports Ground Artificial Pitch'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football. This funding has contributed towards a Artificial Grass Pitch - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £150,000
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Southwark Council
Region: London
District: Southwark London Boro

Parklife Project Development Costs 19 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Parklife funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Parklife Project Development Costs'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Grass Pitch (Football),Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £179,962
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Liverpool City Council

Parklife Project Development Costs 19 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Parklife funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Parklife Project Development Costs'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Grass Pitch (Football),Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £66,848
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Manchester City Council
Region: North West
District: Manchester District

Parklife Project - Thorncliffe 19 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Parklife funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Parklife Project - Thorncliffe'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Grass Pitch (Football),Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £2,911,692
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Sheffield City Council

Replacement of Artificial Grass Pitch at Our Lady & St Chad 04 Nov 2015

Funding under Sport England's Improvement Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Replacement of Artificial Grass Pitch at Our Lady & St Chad'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Artificial Grass Pitch - Artificial Grass Pitch (Rubber Crumb Pile (3G))

Amount: £340,000
Funder: Sport England
Recipient: Wolverhampton City Council
Region: West Midlands
District: City of Wolverhampton District