- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 16 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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KEEPING THE ENERGY FLOWING AT COASTWATCH 25 Nov 2015
The organisation will use the funding to install solar panels and window shutters for their coast-watch tower, and radio equipment for an extra team of volunteer â€˜watchkeepersâ€™ to patrol the shoreline and surrounding area. This will improve the standards of safety for everyone visiting the area.
Making Community Connections 10 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding towards purchasing a customer relationship management system. This will help improve the organisation's services to voluntary organisations and service users, enhance the information provided through their website, provide a searchable database of volunteering opportunities and directory of organisations, and enable members of the community to access tailored support services, training and activities to improve their circumstances and wellbeing.
25th Anniversary Celebration 18 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to pay for an events day and open week that will bring the whole community together to celebrate significant expansion over the last 25 years, share skills and knowledge and improve community cohesion.
The Thrive Hive 20 Jul 2016
The school will use the funding to refurbish their old stock room to create an out of school â€˜drop inâ€™ facility for pupils, parents, childrenâ€™s/young people's groups and outside agencies. This will provide professional and peer support, signposting to training and health and support services, to help improve the confidence, aspirations and wellbeing of families, many of which are from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Nunnykirk Explorers 07 Dec 2016
This is a project by a specialist school in Morpeth. The school will deliver weekly after school activities such as cycling and camping for students who have special educational needs including Dyslexia and moderate ASD. This will help the young people to improve their confidence, social skills and independence, and aid their development.
Replacement of Existing Central Heating Boilers 11 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to replace their existing central heating boilers which are in a state of disrepair. This will improve the heating facilities of the venue, and enable residents and community groups to continue to access and enjoy the activities of the community centre.
Carers Northumberland 16 Nov 2016
This project will use funding to run carer support groups in GP surgeries. It will run dedicated carer clinics in each of the 44 surgeries across the county that will identify carers and raise awareness and offer support to them. Workshops will cover managing guilt, bereavement, loved ones entering residential/nursing care, when caring ends and employability. Early intervention and support aims to prevent breakdowns that carers can experience.
NE/1/1 - Bridge Project 04 Jul 2016
The funding will be used for a project that will take a personalised approach to helping those furthest from the labour market to overcome complex barriers and move towards and into education, training and employment.
The project will purchase new camping equipment so more young people can access expedition and camping activities and develop their skills and opportunities.
The project will refurbish the scout hut's toilet facilities to improve safety and increase community usage of the building.
Be Active Terriers 03 Aug 2016
The organisation will use the funding to deliver three weekly physical activity sessions for children, adults and families including dance, boxercise, body pump, sports, orienteering, and healthy eating workshops. The project will provide volunteering opportunities, set up a steering group to aid its delivery, and offer one to one information, advice and support from health workers.
Healthy Eating For The Whole Community 07 Sep 2016
The organisation will use the funding to run a pilot scheme offering cookery workshops for residents to learn to prepare and cook nutritional family meals on a budget. This will improve the health and wellbeing of local residents.
A dementia-friendly Lesbury is good for everyone 11 Jan 2017
The project will run a series of social activities for people of all ages from the community. They will provide volunteering opportunities, raise awareness of dementia, explore opportunities for cross generational learning and sharing, and reduce the isolation of older people.
New equipment for the community IT suite 16 Mar 2016
The organisation will use the funding to purchase IT equipment and furniture for their IT suite. This will enable the group to facilitate more members of the community to take part in IT activities.
Northumberland Domestic Abuse Services 01 Jul 2015
This is a continuation of an existing free, confidential service to support women aged 16 plus, mainly from west Northumberland who have experienced domestic abuse, cope with its effects and to support them to recover from its impact.
Bardon Mill Village Hall 09 Sep 2015
The group will use the funding to improve and update facilities and redesign the website. The improved facilities and activities will encourage more use of the village hall.
Community Learning Hives 17 Jun 2015
The aim of the project is to provide places where residents living in disadvantaged communities can access learning and support. This project will target individuals who are long term unemployed, lone parents, individuals with long term health problems, older people, families with young children and people in low paid employment.