- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 06 Sep 2004
- Latest award date
- 14 Jun 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
CSP Funding 2014-17 22 Apr 2014
Funding under Sport England's CSP Funding 2014-17 funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'CSP Funding 2014-17'. This project lists its main activity as Sport participation and capacity building.
Revenue Funding 2013-15 05 Jun 2013
Funding under Sport England's Funded Partners funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Revenue Funding 2013-15'. This project is a Sport Participation and Capacity Building project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
Big Local in Welsh House Farm 01 Dec 2012
Big Local is an exciting opportunity for residents in 150 areas around England to use at least £1m each to make a massive and lasting positive difference to their communities. Big Local brings together all the local talent, ambitions, skills and energy from individuals, groups and organisations who want to make their area an even better place to live. Big Local is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and managed by Local Trust. Nationally we work with a range of partners to deliver Big Local, building on the skills and experiences of others to provide expert advice and support for residents.
Roundhouse Birmingham – an innovative blend of historical discovery, outdoor activities and urban enterprise
City of Running 01 Jul 2015
Funding under Sport England's National Programme - Market Development funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'City of Running'. This project lists its main activity as Athletics.
Funding under Sport England's Strategic Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled 'Leisure Transformation Project - Erdington Leisure Centre'. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports. This funding has contributed towards a Multi Facility - Swimming Pool (Training),Swimming Pool (Learner),Fitness Facility (Indoor)
NGB Funding 2017-21 11 May 2017
Funding under Sport England's NGB Funding 2017-21 funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'NGB Funding 2017-21'. This project lists its main activity as Athletics.
NGB Funding 2013-17 09 Apr 2013
Funding under Sport England's NGB Funding 2013-17 funding programme for a Mixed project titled 'NGB Funding 2013-17'. This project lists its main activity as Athletics. This funding has contributed towards a Athletics - Athletics (Outdoor)
Revenue Funding 2011-13 30 May 2011
Funding under Sport England's Equity funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Revenue Funding 2011-13'. This project is a Sports Development project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
Young People Friendly Neighbourhoods Programme 16 Nov 2005
Young People aged between 11-18 years old, will work within their own neighbourhoods in 18 locations throughout England, to assess what is good and bad about their area and identify what needs to change. The young people will lead on the process of working with local agencies to deliver improvements to make their neighbourhood somewhere they enjoy living. The grant is for staffing, training, travel, consultancy & advice, line management and accommodation costs.
This project will provide a four-court sports hall, a fitness suite, a dance studio, two changing rooms, toilets, showers and reception facilities. The sports hall will be use for netball, hockey, badminton, basketball, volleyball and five-a-side football. The school aims to increase its extra-curricular activities and will benefit 670 Turves Green students, 1,000 other school pupils and 700 community users.
Living Well in the West Midlands 20 Jun 2007
The aim of this three-year scheme is to make a significant and long lasting contribution to improve mental health and obesity levels in the region through healthy eating and increased physical activity. There are 27 projects in total and the portfolio is expected to benefit in excess of 270,000 people including school children, employees, mothers and sedentary groups. At least 250,000 beneficiaries will also benefit indirectly through a social marketing campaign and projects aimed at employers.