- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 04 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Pelton Fell Youth Project 25 Jan 2017
The project will provide activities for 7-19 year olds during term time. This will help children and young people to develop emotional, social and communication skills and empower them to make decisions on the activities they take part in.
Consett Junior Boot Camp 22 Feb 2017
The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor activity equipment with safety surfacing within their school grounds. The school will run a â€˜Boot Campâ€™ style after school club and fun play sessions to encourage children to become more active and improve their physical health.
Durham Inactive Residents GET ACTIVE 21 Apr 2017
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Durham Inactive Residents GET ACTIVE'. This project lists its main activity as Association Football.
Communities LDP 03 Feb 2017
Funding under Sport England's Community Sport Local Delivery Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Communities LDP'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
Expanding spaces for the little ones 09 Aug 2017
The school will improve outdoor playground facilities for their reception and nursery pupils. This will enable the school to provide a wide range of after school clubs and activities and family sessions to help children's development and encourage them to become more active.
Multi-purpose work space 15 Nov 2017
The project will refurbish the community centre and provide more space for activities and storage. This will improve facilities and enable the group to provide more activities for local people and community groups.
Kitchen units & flooring upgrade 13 Sep 2017
The project will upgrade the kitchen and toilet facilities at the village hall to provide improved facilities for the community.
Making AYCC Safer, Smarter and Greener 15 Nov 2017
The project will improve the facilities and safety of their community centre so they can deliver a wide range of activities, training and support for community groups.
Making our hall better for all 31 May 2017
The project will purchase new cooking/catering equipment and storage facilities, and indoor and outdoor furniture. This will improve the amenities and health and safety, enabling more people to benefit from social events and activities.
Outdoor Fitness Multi Station 17 May 2017
The school will install outdoor fitness apparatus to provide new activities for children and encourage them to become more active. The facilities will also be accessible to the wider community.
The Galloping Gardeners 13 Dec 2017
The project will work in partnership with another to deliver gardening, team work and horticultural activities to young people who require behavioural support. This will provide a safe learning environment where young people can develop their skills and improve their self esteem.
Organisational & capacity development 04 Oct 2017
The project will hire a development worker to grow their services and provide a membership network, collective advocacy and peer support for disabled people across the North East. This will enable disabled people to access their rights, and give them a voice to address issues that affect them.
Look and Learn 14 Jun 2017
The project will improve the training facilities of the community centre with new IT equipment and furniture. This will enable the project to help residents improve their employment opportunities, reduce social isolation and improve wellbeing.
Fitness and Fun 11 Apr 2017
The school will install outdoor gym equipment and safety surfacing to improve facilities and provide out of school exercise sessions to encourage children to become more active and improve their physical health.
Consett Dementia Friendly Funday 17 May 2017
The project will hold a community fun day and provide information and advice on other organisations and statutory support services including the Alzheimer’s Society. This will help develop a dementia friendly community, and promote positive relationships and support networks across the community.
Man Health 01 Nov 2017
The project will set up a network of peer support groups for men with depression in County Durham. The weekly groups will be run by men with personal experience of depression who will receive training as peer supporters. Groups will give men opportunities to build friendships, share experiences, reduce stigma and offer support on how to deal with issues surrounding depression. The project will work with local higher education providers to allow counselling students to offer counselling.