- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 05 Sep 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Grant to Arts at the Old Fire Station 09 Feb 2017
Funding was awarded to contribute towards the costs for this organisation to support emerging artists and provide a gallery with a wide range of exhibitions, a theatre offering music and drama, a studio for all kinds of dance and workshops for artists.
Prison rehabilitation programme
A4 Studios 20 Dec 2017
Our project is to create ground floor studios and to multiple on site facilities for individuals with certain types of disabilities and those on low incomes. All facilities will be free to our residents and will have full accessibility. The types of facilities include machine workshops, sound lab, shared mezzanine level, performance space and mentoring scheme
Ballroom Transformation Project 09 Jan 2019
the restoration of the Stretford Public Hall's main ballroom, and other community rooms and associated areas. In its current condition, the Ballroom’s use is limited – it is currently unsuitable for the cultural events the community would love to see return to the building.
BME Art therapy for Anxiety and Depression 11 Feb 2019
Psychotherapy Manchester CIC would like to create and facilitate a close BME art therapy group for Anxiety and Depression in Old Trafford, Bluesci Wellbeing centre. The aim is to run for the group for 10 months with a review after 5 months, twice per week for an hour and half as well as individual interventions for individuals who may have difficulties engaging in group therapies. Two months will be used for assessments and identification of the group participants. The group will provide a long-term safe, non-judgement art psychodynamic psychotherapy space where our clients could use art materials to express their feelings and thoughts which at times might be difficult for them to communicate verbally.
Extended Service in Sale Moor 11 Mar 2019
The TBBT model always aims to be sustainable and asks for support in the first year of expansion into a new community hub. We are six months into embedding our partnership in with SMCP and need further help to get us to the point of being able to be sustainable.