- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 21 Jun 2004
- Latest award date
- 23 Jun 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Montgomeryshire Family Crisis Centre 27 Oct 2014
over three years towards salaries at a domestic violence and family support organisation working with both men and women in Newtown, Mid Wales
Grant to Seagoe Parish Church 14 Mar 2017
Repair of church tower including external walls, floors and parapets: Digitising 1905-35 Parish Magazines
Gwernyfed High School - Playing Fields 19 Nov 2004
Powys County Council will provide two new grass pitches, an athletics track and a long jump pit at Gwernyfed High School. The main aim of the project is to provide suitable on-site playing fields at the school, as currently pupils have to be transported 3 miles to access suitable facilities. This will enable a significant increase in teaching time. Activities will include rugby, football, hockey and athletics. There will be 715 beneficiaries from the site school, and 743 from other schools.
The funding requested by St Francis Primary School is for the installation of a polymeric MUGA (30m x 40m) with floodlighting. The primary beneficiaries of the project will be the 738 pupils who attend St Francis Primary School, up to 300 pupils from 5 neighbouring schools, and 6 local sporting organisations with a cumulative membership of 2000. The new MUGA will address inadequate PE facilities within the school and provide a welcomed resource that can be accessed by the wider community.
Pendarren House is a residential outdoor adventure centre in Wales owned and operated by London Borough of Haringey, which provides outdoor adventure experience to 1700 primary, secondary and special school pupils from Haringey schools each year. This project is to convert an on-site residential bungalow, improving accessibility and creating a stand-alone residential facility that will enable users with disabilities to stay at the site, and to build a new high-ropes course in the grounds of the centre.
The project will upgrade and update current displays and add multi-sensory exhibits and interactives to Energy and Power, Waste and Recycling and their Whole Home display. Their objective is to make visitors understand the environmental impact of their own activities and encourage them to make changes to their daily lifestyles.
Funding will be used to increase the teaching/dining area of the main building and to provide access and en suite facilities for people with disabilities within the 'Ernie's Cottage' facility. The project will enable larger groups to attend the centre and be more inclusive to pupils with special needs. Activities available at the centre include walking, climbing, caving, abseiling, canoeing and orienteering, benefiting 1500 school and 150 wider community users from Berkshire.
Oldford ICC 13 Jul 2004
This project will extend Oldfield School to create a new ICC that will benefit 365 children and 100 adults. The project will operate from several sites in the area to develop an extended network centring on the main sites. Services to be offered will include family support sessions, training, out of school hours childcare, an open access play area and crÃ¨che facilities.
Machynlleth and Dovey Valley ICC 13 Jul 2004
This project will create a new playgroup, outdoor play area and training facilities at Machynlleth CP School as part of a wider ICC project that will benefit 350 children and 100 adults. The project will operate from several sites, creating an extended network. Services to be offered will include family support sessions, training, out of school hours childcare, and open access play area and crÃ¨che facilities.
Community transport 14 Jul 2004
The project will develop a Powys-wide community transport scheme allowing beneficiaries to access taxi card and community car schemes within their communities. This will provide disabled and elderly people access to essential services.
Playground Marking Project 16 Jul 2004
Powys County Council will provide markings on playgrounds at primary schools across Powys aimed at pupils aged 7 to 11 years. The project will help deliver activities including soccer, hockey, netball, and other invasion games. It will also be used for striking, fielding and net games. The enchanced playground markings will increase opportunities for PE in each school and result in raising the fitness levels of the pupils. The main beneficiaries of the project will be 4,140 pupils at 35 schools.
Talybont Outdoor Education Centre 16 Jul 2004
Four authorities will deliver improvements at Talybont Outdoor Education Centre. The project will increase the number of school children and adults in the contributing authorities participating in adventurous activities. The project will help deliver activities such as abseiling, camping, canoeing, caving, climbing, field studies, high ropes course, hill walking, kayaking, orienteering, problem solving, rafting and shelter building. The main beneficiaries of the project will be 4,500 pupils at 166 schools.
This remote rural South Armagh school was awarded the grant to build a new multi-purpose sprotshall, equipment store and toilets. The new hall will significantly transform PE 7 sport within and beyond the curriculum for the school's 64 pupils by guaranteeing each pupil 2 hours of PE per week in a safe an dproper environment. More than 250 pupils from other schools will also use the facilities as well as the wider community.
The project will develop a polymeric multi-use games area (60m x 30m) complete with fencing, floodlighting and equipment store at Fairhill PS, Kinallen. The facility will increase pupils PE time from 1 hour to 2 hours per week, widen the range of sports activities currently available and significantly enhance extra-curricular activities. The primary beneficiaries of the project will be the 191 pupils at the school along with pupils from 6 other local primary schools and an estimated 450 commuity users.
To refurbish and extend the Village Hall 08 Jul 2005
A project to refurbish and replace the extensions of a village hall in an isolated area on the Shropshire/Wales border.
The grant will be used to create a covered arena at the centre which is situated in the grounds of Longstone Hospital, Armagh. It will increase the use of the present riding arena, currently limited by bad weather by 70 pupils with special needs, representing their only real opportunity to participate in physical activity under curriculum. For the first time, 200 community users from local clubs and commercial users will also be able to use the arena.