- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 16 Jul 2019
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over one year as continuation funding for user-led mental health support groups in Bolton
Grant to Xplode Magazine 31 Oct 2016
over one year towards the salary of a charity support executive at a youth charity that runs a magazine and offers employability training across Bury and Greater Manchester
Bolton MBC will use funding to provide a full size Synthetic Turf Pitch with fencing and floodlighting, at this secondary school. The project will develop school and community sport and the school sport co-ordinator programme. It will provide facilities for hockey to county standard, seven a-side football, basketball, after school and summer school activities. Beneficiaries will included the school's 1,560 pupils, 100 users from cluster schools, and 250 community users.
Setting up of new group 23 Jun 2004
This new group has been established to provide fitness and self-defence training for young people in the local community. With a grant the group will purchase the required equipment to develop this club. It will also pay for advertising, in order to increase participation within the area. Participants will develop their fitness and learn new skills._x000B_
This group will use the award to set up a Job Club. People who attend the job club will receive help in completing CVs, filling in application forms and making calls to potential employers.
Tag Rugby after school 22 Jul 2004
The PSA will set up and run an after school tag rugby club for the pupils in year 4, 5 and 6. The project will have links with Bolton Rugby Football Union Club and the local rugby development plans enter competitive programmes. The children will be working towards the Rugby Union proficiency awards and will develop skills in not only the sport of rugby but in communication and team work. Parents and teachers will receive training to become coaches and officials to make the project sustainable.
10-day broadcast 22 Jul 2004
The group provide training for disadvantaged and disabled students, and those who lack self-esteem and confidence, using radio broadcasting techniques. The group will work with the local groups to promote the work of voluntary groups and activities for young people. the group will provide a crash course in studio presenting and working in pairs to record 1-hour shows which will be edited and broadcast each evening.
Red Lane Garden 22 Jul 2004
The group will develop a community garden in the Red Lane area of Breightmet, Bolton. This will allow locap people to grow food, flowers and fruit, receive training on topics such as horticulture and healthy living. There will also be an area where children can play. The garden will be a community resource construction of raised growing beds, soil, composting bins, seating area, tools, fruits trees, bushes and seeds.