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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 09 Mar 2017
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Grant to Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers 20 Mar 2015
as a staff grant towards the running costs of an organisation which brings people together to knit and sew for good causes
Commemoration Project to raise community awareness of WW1 and it's impact on local heritage
The Legacy of the 1914-18 War
Hadleigh Great War Centenary Project
Restoration of the Bishop's Stortford Old Contemptibles' Standard for public view in our local Museum
The project will use funding to construct a multi-use sports hall and ancillary facilities, for curricular, extra-curricular and wider community use at the school, which is located in a rural area of Essex. It will significantly improve current facilities, and will be used for school PE classes, in addition to activities such as dance and keep fit. It will benefit 423 pupils from Belchamp and partner schools, in addition to an estimated 2,640 community user visits.
This project will use funding to construct a multi-use sports hall for curricular, extra-curricular and community use at the school, which is located in a rural area of Essex. It will substantially improve current facilities, and will be used for PE classes, in addition to activities such as gymnastics, aerobics and martial arts. It will benefit 290 pupils from White Notley school and partner schools, in addition to an estimated 1,920 wider community visits.
This project will use funding to construct a new multi-use sports hall and ancillary facilities, for curricular, extra-curricular and community use at the school, which is located in a rural area of Essex. It will substantially improve current facilities, and will be used for PE classes, in addition to activities such as dance, gymnastics, football training and aerobics. It will benefit 380 pupils from Copford and partner schools, in addition to an estimated 2,640 community visits.
Funding will be used to construct a multi-activity climbing tower at this Scout Camp in Essex, which serves a large number of Essex schools for the purposes of outdoor adventure activities. It will allow an estimated 8,000 young people who visit the centre, including 1,360 from the wider community, the opportunity to benefit from participating in climbing and abseiling activities at various levels.
Essex County Council will use funding to provide a new 1wooden clad shower and toilet block for the use of campers and other visitors to the Scout Campsite. This project will improve access to sanitary facilities at the site, which is used by 750 - 1000 young people per day and 1600 wider community users each year. Activities at the site that will be supported by these facilities include archery, climbing, water sports and orienteering.
Danbury Youth Camp - Shower & Toilet Block 21 Jun 2004
Funding will be used to provide a new shower and toilet block for campers and day users at this Outdoor Education Centre. The centre runs adventure and environmental courses to schools, youth services and other organisations, with activities including archery, an assault course, climbing, water sports, pioneering, orienteering and environmental studies. The centre will accommodate 15,970 visits annually, 10,326 from schools, and caters for visitors with special physical and educational needs.
Essex County Council will use funding to provide a new indoor climbing facility comprising climbing, abseiling, bouldering, rope challenges and 3D problem solving facilities at the Centre. It will add to the activities currently available and allow for all-year-round indoor climbing for 37,000 users from forty-three schools and colleges, and the local community. Local climbing clubs and youth groups, and disabled users, including those with visual impairment will have access.
Essex County Council will use funding to improve and expand the PE and sports facilities in by providing a new gymnasium and associated facilities at this school in Ingatestone, Essex. This will allow for a wider range of sports and physical activities including trampolining, gymnastics, badminton and dance for over 3000 school and wider community users . It will also allow for the provision of a more inclusive programme of activities for users with disabilities, for girls and women and for older adults.
The scheme will stimulate the young people of Essex to commemorate the events of WW2 through visits of sites, learning from veterans, storytelling, investigative activities, mulitmedia resources, video conferencing, to increase their knowledge and understanding of the war and to change and challenge their values and attitudes to conflict and commemoration. Pupils from ages 5 to 18 will take part.
Essex County Council will provide new changing facilities for the existing four court sports hall and swimming pool at Great Baddow High School, Essex. The proposals will also provide access to existing outdoor pitches and provide a community entrance area and enable greater participation in badminton, swimming, football and basketball. It is expected to benefit 1,600 Great Baddow students, 200 other school pupils and 2000 community users.