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Districts:
Barnsley District
Award Year:
2017
Currency:
GBP
Funders:
The Big Lottery Fund

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Green Moor Delf Field 18 Jan 2017

The group will create an area for the community to use for various activities including sports days, dog exercise and flower viewing.

St Helen's Church Hall - community kitchen. 01 Feb 2017

The group will update the kitchen at the church hall, ensuring that it meets health and safety standards so current and new community groups can use the facility.

Adopt the Outdoors 10 Mar 2017

The group is looking to continue its Monk Bretton Detached Project, which delivers youth engagement work in Monk Bretton and Lundwood, areas with high deprivation levels and many young people on the verge of involvement with crime and anti-social behavior. Street-based youth workers will help dis-engaged young people by building relationships during evenings and weekends in local outdoor spaces. Support and activities will also be offered to develop life skills and improve access to accredited training.

Amount: £120,882
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: The Youth Association
Region: Yorkshire and the Humber
District: Barnsley District

Darfield Rd Youth 18 Jan 2017

This project is the delivery of health and recreational activities for young people along with providing the opportunity to become sports leaders with a recognised qualification. This will provide diversionary activities out of school hours, with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviour.

Ignition Trouble 01 Mar 2017

The group will deliver anti-bullying workshops for young people with various disabilities and their families. This will enable young people to be assertive and remove the stigma attached to reporting bullying, and will allow parents to recognise the signs of a bully or being bullied, with the aim of reducing school exclusions and promoting wellbeing.

Rockingham Women and Girls Cricket 28 Jun 2017

The group will run weekly sports sessions for girls and women, with the aim of improving health and wellbeing.

the purchase and installation of two pieces of outdoor gym equipment: 06 Sep 2017

The parish council will install outdoor gym equipment on the recreation ground to encourage older people to take more exercise, along with providing them with a place to meet and socialise, resulting in improved health and reducing social isolation.

Fun and Fitness 14 Jun 2017

The school will install outdoor play equipment and surfacing. This will provide a safe and stimulating place to play and will encourage physical activity, with the aim of reducing obesity and improving behaviours.

Ripples Out 05 Apr 2017

The school will run a series of workshops for young males on the edge of criminality. This will provide opportunities for disengaged young males to increase their skills and confidence with the aim of deterring them from making negative decisions.

Amount: £9,215
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Darton College
Region: Yorkshire and the Humber
District: Barnsley District

Mental Health Educational Consortium 13 Sep 2017

The group will carry out a feasibility study into the provision of integrated education and development opportunities for people living with mental health issues.

New Start Project 02 Aug 2017

The group will deliver evening cricket training sessions for disengaged children and young people. This will provide diversionary activities to increase positive behaviour, raise aspirations and improve health and wellbeing.

'Buns on the run' 22 Nov 2017

The group will deliver traditional bread making workshops, for people across the community to make healthy food whilst making new friends and developing skills, with the aim of addressing obesity, depression and isolation.

The safe Play for All Project 20 Dec 2017

The school will create an all-weather area for children and community groups so they can partake in physical activities all year round.

Men in Sheds Barnsley 10 Mar 2017

The aim of the project is to improve the wellbeing of older men in the borough, in particular reducing social isolation and improving their confidence. This will be achieved through the provision of a ‘Shed’, in this case a woodworking workshop, which provides an informal space which attracts members and enables them to carry out their own projects in the company of other men.

Amount: £278,713
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Age UK Barnsley
Region: Yorkshire and the Humber
District: Barnsley District

Beating Trax! MTB Club (Inclusive Cycling club) 01 Mar 2017

This project is cycling activities for people with disabilities and their families. This will provide opportunities to access the countryside physical activities, with the aim of reducing obesity and isolation.

Recruiting and Training New Listening Volunteers Awareness & Education 01 Mar 2017

The group will recruit and train 30 new listening volunteers, and raise awareness of their support services to children and young people in local schools. This will help meet the demand for the group's services, and provide interventions to promote the understanding of suicide and suicidal behaviours, and the value of expressing negative feelings before they escalate.

Houghton Get Active Get Fit 25 Jan 2017

The funding will be used to run evening and holiday cricket and multi-sport activities for people of all ages in the community. The project aims to encourage people to exercise, with the aim of reducing health problems in the area.

Digital and Social Inclusion 06 Apr 2017

Digital and Social Inclusion

Thurnscoe Youth Project 28 Jun 2017

The group will deliver fitness, dance, crafts and sports activities for young people. This will provide positive, structured things to do, with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviour.

Priory Campus Market Garden 01 Nov 2017

The group will run a range of gardening, growing and horticulture activities to bring people together and improve integration.