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Kilmore Every Youthful KEY Developments
The organisation provides activities for older people in the Kilmore, Mullavilly and Tandragee area of Armagh. They are using the Â£9,980 grant to provide more activities to improve health and well-being and reduce isolation. Activities include exercise sessions, social outings, talks, and craft classes.
St Patrick's PS Derrynaseer - iPads
The school in Derrynaseer, Craigavon is using the Â£9,969 grant to buy iPads, a screen and projector and a wireless internet access point for use by pupils. This will allow pupils to take part in extra-curricular digital media projects, including documenting a local archaeological dig which will then be shared with the wider community.
Dromore HS Beauty Parlour Renovation
The school in Dromore, Co. Down will use the Â£10,000 grant to turn an un-used room into an extra-curricular space to be used by students and the wider community, helping the school to develop learning partnerships between school, home and the community.
Step by Step (Northern Ireland)
The group, based in Portadown, provides young people with learning disabilities with employment training for the hospitality industry. The Â£9,480 grant is being used to provide four 10-week basic essentials cooking courses for young people to encourage independent living.
Moyraverty 50 plus group
The group, based in Moyraverty near Craigavon, provides a wide range of activities for people over the age of 50 to reduce social isolation and improve wellbeing. The three-year project is using a Â£33,030 grant to run activities to improve the health and wellbeing of its members, including day trips, tea dances, a walking group, and a Christmas dinner. They will also organise intergenerational residentials with young people from Brownlow Youth Project.
Oxford Sunnyside Celebration Event 25th Anniversary
The club develops physical, mental and social skills for young people in Lurgan through sporting activities. The project is using the Â£9,600 grant to deliver activities to celebrate the groupâ€™s 25th anniversary.
BOATA Portadown Mens Shed
The group, based in Portadown, provides programmes to develop the local community. They are using the £10,000 to set up a Portadown Men’s Shed.
Carnagh BC New Dance Floor
The group based in Armagh, manages a local hall used for a range of events for the community. The £10,000 grant is being used to replace the old floor to make it safer so activities can continue to take place.
Clann Na Banna GFC
The Gaelic football club provides football and community activities in Banbridge. The project is using the £7,550 grant to refurbish the outside of the club building to make it more accessible, provide secure car parking and install more fencing to improve security.
Rainbow Stop Interactive Outdoor Play Area
The playgroup, based in Markethill, is using a £6,389 grant to provide an interactive outdoor play area which includes a climbing frame, playhouse, mats and bicycles.
Lisnaward RA Venue Improvements 2017
The group, who are based outside Banbridge, brings people together by providing activities and learning opportunities for all ages at their community hub building. They are using the £10,000 grant to refurbish the toilet area of the hall.
Smashing Times Women's Stories of WW11
The Portadown theatre group delivers creative arts projects to support social change. The project is using a £10,000 grant to run theatre workshops and performances with community and youth groups, exploring themes of human rights, gender equality and peace.
Stramore CA - Sustainable & safe community action project
The group, based in Gilford, manages a community hall and provides activities. They received a £9,474 grant to upgrade their lighting system.
West Armagh Community Support and Development Project
West Armagh Consortium is working with eight community groups on the three-year West Armagh Community Support and Development Project. They are using a £196,801 grant to employ a manager to coordinate a joint activity programme with all the groups including action planning workshops, a volunteer programme, health and wellbeing activities, a youth programme, older people’s activities and intercultural events. The project has been designed and developed by local people involved with each of the groups.
The 1825 Project Limited
The organisation, based in Craigavon, offers training and education to isolated young people. They are using the grant of £9,390 to offer young people with learning disabilities who are not in education or employment, the chance to attend a course covering personal development, physical health and preparation for employment.
Taghnevan Pre-School Playgroup
The playgroup, based in Lurgan, is using the £9,518 grant to deliver the ‘6 Steps Ahead Programme’. The programme involves parents and families more in their child’s development and also build on their own skills through a series of workshops on social and personal development.
Links CS Families Resilient to Anxiety Programme
The service, based in Lurgan, provides confidential counselling in a safe environment. They are using a £10,000 grant to provide more counselling sessions for people living in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust area and to create a strategic and operational plan.
Banbridge Royal British Legion Club Limited
The club offers a variety of community based activities in and around the Banbridge area. The received a £10,000 grant to make improvements to their hall to make it more accessible to new and existing users and more energy efficient.
Donaghcloney Rural Community Craft Group
The group uses craft to give people living in the Donaghcloney area the chance to come together. They are using the £5,050 grant to provide a range of activities including craft classes, taster sessions, trips, alternative therapies and a theatre outing.
Banbridge Amateur Boxing Club
The amateur boxing club provides health and wellbeing programmes for the wider community. They are using the £9,750 grant to provide a range of exercise and wellbeing sessions and trips for local young people aged 10 to 17.