- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Family Cooking: Healthy Eating 04 Jan 2017
The school will deliver out of school hours family cooking sessions. This will provide a social network for families, encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices to improve their wellbeing, and engage parents and carers with the school and their childrenâ€™s learning.
The school will purchase IT equipment so they can run after school clubs and sessions. This will help the school to reduce anti-social behaviour and address other issues.
The project will refurbish the community centre toilets to improve facilities for existing and new user groups, including disabled people, so they can access social, learning and health based activities.
Seaview Seedlings 08 Feb 2017
The school will create a garden and set up a growing project for children and the wider community. This will provide an activity to help people gain life skills and learn about healthy eating.
Consett Junior Boot Camp 22 Feb 2017
The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor activity equipment with safety surfacing within their school grounds. The school will run a â€˜Boot Campâ€™ style after school club and fun play sessions to encourage children to become more active and improve their physical health.
Community access to performing arts 15 Mar 2017
The project will purchase lighting, sound and stage equipment so they can continue their community performing arts activities. This will allow the group to engage with people who are socially isolated in the community and provide performing arts activities to help people improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Laurel Avenue Community Outdoor Hub 01 Nov 2017
The school will create an outdoor community hub so they can provide an after school outdoor and gardening club for children, families and carers. They will also use the outdoor hub to offer activities and events for children and young people’s groups and the wider community.
Crookhall Community Association 09 Aug 2017
The project will deliver twice weekly youth clubs to help raise the confidence and aspirations of children and young people aged 8 to 19 years. Youth workers will provide support and activities including sports, therapeutic art sessions and training.
The school will transform their playground and install new play equipment, including an adventure zone with trim trail and safety surfacing, play markings, and quiet zone with artificial grass surfacing. This will help pupils and children from the wider community to develop physically, socially and emotionally.
Multi-purpose work space 15 Nov 2017
The project will refurbish the community centre and provide more space for activities and storage. This will improve facilities and enable the group to provide more activities for local people and community groups.
Promoting Outdoor Physical Play for Children 05 Apr 2017
The school will install a wooden trim trail and safety surfacing. This will provide challenging activities to encourage children to become more physically active and to aid their development.
Digital Health and Well Being Platform 17 May 2017
The project will create a health and wellbeing one stop resource including videos, audio podcasts and easy read materials. They will provide information on a wide range of conditions, support, interventions, diagnosis and prevention measures for vulnerable and disabled people, and a shared information resource for healthcare services.
The Woodpile Community Interest Company 11 Oct 2017
The project will continue to deliver courses and training for vulnerable people and people with disabilities, including upcycling, women’s joinery and a wood recycling project. This will provide volunteering opportunities and enable participants to gain work experience and learn new skills to help towards employment.
Recovery Champions Drug & Alcohol Edu 15 Nov 2017
The project will work with people who have experience of drug and alcohol problems including family members and carers so they can become 'Recovery Champions'. They will develop a drug and alcohol awareness training programme, provide information on new treatments, a peer support network, interventions and self-management techniques to help people in recovery.
Fuel For Schools, Durham 16 Aug 2017
The project will pilot an innovative food waste education project in local primary schools where children and their families will sell redistributed waste food on a pay as you feel weekly stall. They will provide workshops to educate families about the nutritional, environmental and financial values of food, and help reduce food waste.
Making our hall better for all 31 May 2017
The project will purchase new cooking/catering equipment and storage facilities, and indoor and outdoor furniture. This will improve the amenities and health and safety, enabling more people to benefit from social events and activities.
Family Activity Programme 22 Nov 2017
The project will provide weekly activity sessions for children and families in the Crafty Café and community events for all the community to bring people and different generations together socially.
The Galloping Gardeners 13 Dec 2017
The project will work in partnership with another to deliver gardening, team work and horticultural activities to young people who require behavioural support. This will provide a safe learning environment where young people can develop their skills and improve their self esteem.
Best Foot Forward 08 Nov 2017
The project will expand their walking group to work with a wider range of community groups and provide environmental awareness and group walks for mothers and babies, older people, people with mental health issues and children excluded from school. This will enable people to access walking awards and improve their self esteem and wellbeing.
The project will build on their previous success and create a film of a play they developed about domestic abuse. The group will create printed programmes and training materials, and delivering workshops and film screenings to schools and community groups. They aim to help change attitudes and stereotyping regarding domestic abuse, keep more women and girls safe and enable more victims to access support services and rebuild their confidence and lives.