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- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2016
- Latest award date
- 22 Dec 2016
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Some Corner of a Foreign Field 07 Sep 2016
The church will hold a commemoration event on Remembrance Sunday focussing on noted composer and poet Frederick Septimus Kelly who was based in Greenlaw for training prior to service in World War I.
St Johns Family Day 29 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to hold a family day to celebrate and promote the area. This will enable the organisation to bring the community together and unite all different generations.
IBCC Open Days 01 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run four open days at their centre for local people to commemorate the nations who served in Bomber Command during World War 2.
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.
Celebrating the Bantu People from South of the Equator in Hull
Really Wild Coleham 26 Oct 2016
The group will use the funding to carry out improvement to an unsafe pond area in order to create an outdoor nature resource. This will improve levels of safety and create a new resource for improving knowledge of the environment.
Frome Children's Festival 2017 11 Nov 2016
This project will deliver a childrenâ€™s festival at an outdoor community venue with creative, educational and fun activities for children of all ages, their families and friends. It will celebrate childhood, nature, storytelling and the diverse backgrounds and cultures of children, young people and families that have moved to the area in recent years.
They Bring us Together Project 09 Nov 2016
The school will provide play equipment for children and the wider community to increase participation in physical activities and improve health.
HCT Polycrub Project 10 Aug 2016
This group work with additional needs students at Lews Castle College running a small egg production business and maintaining a small walled garden on the college campus. The group aim to increase participation in their social enterprise by improving accessibility to the walled garden and expanding crop output through the purchase of two polycrubs.
This group will undertake a project called Active and Healthy â€“ Delivering Community Table Tennis. They will work with community based clubs to help them establish daytime Active and Healthy table tennis classes all over Scotland. These will be aimed at bringing long-term health benefits to those age 60 and over and to adults with special needs. Two pilot study projects will be set up, one in Haddington the other in Dundee.
Building A Champion Mindset 03 Aug 2016
This project will use the funding to provide personal development boot camps and martial arts training for young men who are at risk of gang involvement and knife crime. This will engage them in positive activities, leading to improved community cohesion.
Fire Detection System 17 Aug 2016
The group will use the funding to install a fire alarm system to provide a safe and accessible facility in this rurally isolated community.
The group will use the funding to provide a play area for younger children. This will enable beneficiaries to participate in activities which benefit their health and wellbeing.
This project will work in partnerships with Medaille Trust and WantsumArts to run language and arts themed sessions to support women who have been trafficked and have little or no English language skills. A 10 week course including role play, music, songs, and ESOL materials will be run to improve their confidence, language skills and social integration.
A Route to Work (AROW) 05 Oct 2016
This project will use the funding to provide employment training and support for people with disabilities. This will enable participants to gain new skills and attend networking events, improving their chances of finding employment.
Mersey Vitality Scheme 03 Aug 2016
The school will extend their outdoor play space. This will improve the health and wellbeing of primary and nursery children.
Kell Bank Timber Trail Project 10 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to install a timber trail with all-weather surfacing in their playground. This will provide access all year round to play facilities for the school and community.