- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 31 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Big Meadow Sports Pavilion 17 Jan 2012
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Big Meadow Sports Pavilion'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Pavilion/Clubhouse (Pavilion/Clubhouse ),Changing Rooms (Traditional)
Big HErts 17 Sep 2014
Funding under Sport England's University Sports Activation Fund funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Big HErts '. This project is a Sport participation and capacity building project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
MUGA (2 pitches, one floodlit) 11 Aug 2017
Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 'MUGA (2 pitches, one floodlit)'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a MUGA - MUGA (Informal Recreation)
Ascension Church Community Audit 25 Apr 2017
The funding will be used to carry out a community consultation exercise that will support the organisation’s activities. The project aims to improve the way in which the organisation meets the needs of people living in the area.
Zero8Teen Early Movers 12 Oct 2017
The group, based in Craigavon, provides childcare services, facilities and activities. They are using the £3,810 grant to buy outdoor play equipment to help develop the children’s imaginative play, increase social integration and physical activity.
The funding will be used to run training and promotion of positive wellbeing skills for 120 young people with social and mental health issues. The project aims to improve young people’s life skills I in order to increase confidence, competence, and the ability to engage in learning.
Improving the customer experience 03 Jan 2018
This project will upgrade facilities around the office with the aim of improving the experience for the local community and the mental and physical wellbeing of staff and volunteers.
Magherally RA Community Hub Refurbishment 27 Mar 2018
The group, based outside Banbridge, is using the £10,000 grant to install a new kitchen and to hire a quantity surveyor/architect to produce plans to extend their hall. This will make the hall more accessible and help the group to offer a wider range of activities to people living in the local area.
Community Integration 24 Jul 2017
Project Summary : Pontnewydd Workingmens Senior Citizens in Torfaen will use the grant to take members on a series of trips to places of interest. What Money is for : This grant for £3,550 will fund transport costs.
Fully inclusive holiday activities 14 Jun 2017
This project will use funding to run a water sports befriending project for young disabled people. This will enable the young people to learn new things and meet new friends.
St Michael's Early Years Playground Development 05 Apr 2017
This funding will be used to develop the playground, installing various pieces of playground equipment. This will improve the physical wellbeing of people, offering a variety of play options for early age students and wider community members.
Beat Carnival 31 Aug 2017
The group works with local groups to create community carnivals. They are used a £10,000 grant to provide arts, drama and dance classes for people in the Shankill Road area of Belfast, culminating in a lantern parade at Christmas.
Warout Walk Play Area 27 Feb 2018
This group will use the funding to upgrade play equipment at Warout Walk in Auchmuty, Fife. The project will be delivered by Fife Council on behalf of the people of the "Our Place" area in Glenrothes. The upgrade will include equipment which is suitable for toddlers and children of all ages, as well as adult fitness equipment.
4-2-7 Project 25 Jun 2017
This group will provide practical and therapeutic support to asylum, refugee and migrant children and their parents. The aim is that children integrate better into mainstream schools and make a successful transition from nursery to primary school. They will be able to communicate their needs and contribute in class more effectively, as well as making friends more easily. There will also be one-to-one support for children, and support and advocacy for their parents.
WACA Diversionary Holiday Activities Programme 05 Jul 2017
The group will provide a series of adventurous, outdoor physical activities for young people during school holiday periods. This will strengthen the community by diverting the young people from antisocial and nuisance behaviour and increase their resilience to resist peer pressure and refrain from taking part in such behaviour.