- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 25 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Much Birch Hall Extension/Refurbishment. 27 Sep 2017
This funding will help to refurbish and extend the village hall, improving access for people with wheelchairs and pushchairs and allowing increased use of the community’s venue for activities.
Out and about in the forest of dean 29 Nov 2017
This group will purchase a wheelchair adapted minibus, giving children with disabilities and older people with dementia the chance to take part in more social and cultural activities.
Sellack Village Hall Stage System 02 Aug 2017
This group will use the funding to purchase a set of portable staging units, replacing their existing stage which is worn out and no longer fit for use. This will ensure continued use of their village hall for community events and activities.
The church - a centre for the community 20 Sep 2017
This project will consult with the local community to re-develop their building, allowing more local people to access the facility.
Llanwarne Village Hall Windows and Doors 13 Sep 2017
This village hall will improve its facilities to allow the space to be used all year round by its rural community.
Variable Veiling Automoation 06 Dec 2017
This organisation will install an electric hoist system for the moveable ceiling in their community hall, so the venue can be used more effectively for events and activities.
Dinedor Village Hall Extension 01 Nov 2017
The village hall will be extended, providing additional space where community activities and events can take place.
Hereford Make - Studio Photography 04 Oct 2017
This project will provide a photography facility which will be a centrally located, and accessible shared resource, to help break down cultural and social barriers, developing positive community relationships.
Creating enabling space 20 Dec 2017
This group will create a new storage space for the equipment used in their village hall, improving the facility for users including people with mobility issues who have difficulty with the existing storage arrangements.
Upgrade of IT equipment 11 Apr 2017
This group will upgrade their IT equipment with this funding, to provide an interactive learning resource and record each child’s learning journey online. This will enhance the facilities available to support children’s learning and develop their technology skills in preparation for school.
A programme of support will be delivered for women who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse. This will provide victims with a range of coping strategies and life skills to raise their self-confidence and resilience.
Improvement & Refurbishment 27 Sep 2017
This organisation will use the funding to purchase new kitchen facilities and refurbish their venue. This will allow more residents and visitors to the rural village to access local produce, café and the support services and resources of the community hub.
Barnabas deaf & Community Service 06 Dec 2017
This group will use the funding to employ someone who is proficient in British Sign Language to help people who are living with hearing issues access local services. This will enable people to fulfil their potential.
Herefordshire Green Network - Get Active! 02 Aug 2017
This group will use the funding to provide their network of more than 40 organisations with project funding advice, public relations and social media training, website support and workshops, to increase engagement within local communities. This will provide people with a better understanding of local and national resources to help save energy in their communities and develop stronger links between local organisations.
This group will use the funding to convert redundant menâ€™s toilets into a disabled facility, improving the space for users.
An adventure playground will be installed for the schoolâ€™s pupils and local community. This will allow people to take part in creative outdoor activities, improving their health and wellbeing.
Riverside Outdoor Explorers 25 Jan 2017
The funding will be used by this school to purchase camping equipment such as tents, camping mats and waterproof jackets and trousers. This will give young people the chance to spend a night camping and develop a love for the outdoors.
A training kitchen to run workshops will be created, which will help people with learning disabilities gain confidence and develop new skills, improving their chances in life.