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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 22 Oct 2018
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This project will run workshops for young people experiencing mental health challenges and develop a play about their experiences, which will be performed to staff in secondary schools, family and mental health professionals. This will raise awareness of the issues young people face with the aim of better supporting them in the future. What Money is for : Documentary costs
Pensford playground upgrade 20 Dec 2017
The funding will be used by a charity to install new playground equipment appropriate for a wide age range of children. The project aims to allow more young people and their families to enjoy healthy outdoor activities and socialise in a community environment.
Experiencing New Horizons 12 Apr 2017
Skewen and District Historical Society in Neath will use the grant to provide their members, who are at risk of social isolation, with a series of trips. This grant for £4,999 will fund transport and entrance fees to various places of interest.
Moving Better with Feldenkrais 07 Feb 2018
The group will provide Feldenkrais style therapy sessions for people with cerebral palsy. This will help them become more independent by improving their movement and reducing the pain they experience in everyday life.
Centenary Celebration Diner 04 Dec 2017
This group, based in Midlothian, will host a dinner to celebrate their 100th anniversary. It will bring together old and current members and the group will stage an exhibition of the history of both the village of Cousland and the organisation itself.
Community Old Tyme and Modern Sequence Dance 12 Apr 2017
Cwmafon Old Tyme and Modern Sequence Dance Club in Neath Port Talbot will use the grant to run their dance club and hold a meal at the end of the year. This grant for £3,969 will fund hall hire, sessional workers, printer and meal.
Hale Village Hall Replacement of Portable Stage 13 Sep 2017
The organisation will install a stage and space, so they can use the hall for entertainment purposes and provide performance facilities for the local school and theatre group.
Walsall Foster Carers Annual Day Trip 02 Aug 2017
This group will use the funding to provide a social trip for foster children and their carers. This will encourage people to participate in social activities, form lasting friendships and establish a support network.
Creating a sensory Club 12 Jul 2017
The project will purchase play equipment so children can play in a safe and stimulating environment. The equipment will be used by a lunch time sensory club with the potential to be used before and after school.
The funding will be used to refurbish a changing room in a community hub. The work will include installing benches, purchasing key fobs and painting the toilet. The project will provide the community with a community hub that is fit for purpose and looks presentable.
Group Transport Costs 10 Jul 2017
Project Summary : Choices Senior Citizens Club in Newport will use the grant to take their members on five trips to places of interest. What Money is for : This grant for £1,290 will fund transport costs.
Sow, Grow, Eat and Be Healthy! 24 May 2017
This project will run a range of gardening and healthy eating workshops over the summer holiday for children and the community. This will increase opportunities for outdoor learning through engaging activities.
DDSC Football pilot project 26 Feb 2018
This Clydebank based group give local children with disabilities the chance to come together and take part in games and sports whilst providing a respite opportunity for parents. This project means the group can provide football activities for the first time.
Support for Children and the Deaf 02 May 2017
This grant will be used to fund the Holiday Club and Messy Church events for children and young families within the local community of Motherwell. This grant will also contribute to an induction loop and audio equipment to aid the accessibility of the church hall for the Deaf community, who often use the facilities. Over 50 children will attend the Holiday Club sessions each day and around 100 people attend each of the 5 Messy Church events.
NORTHAMPTON COMMUNITY 24 Jan 2018
This group will stage an event for local young people, where they can obtain advice and take part in activities, which enable them to learn how to improve their physical and mental health.
The group provides activities for older people in a rural area near Castlewellan. They are using the £2,930 grant to run a programme of activities for local older people including trips and activities and to buy sewing machines for their craft classes.
Dyce Primary School Football Development Project 26 Mar 2018
This group will use the funding to develop an after school football programme in partnership with two community football clubs to provide a competitive pathway for pupils.