- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 17 Apr 2014
- Latest award date
- 29 Nov 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Woodland Walk 07 Nov 2017
Our project will create a woodland walk which will cover the fence between the council compound and the boundary of Pickering Lodge park
Run Leader Training 28 Nov 2017
two members of the club trained as Run Leaders to give them the knowledge, experience and confidence to take out our beginner runners on their own
Code of Wellbeing 05 Dec 2017
Workshops through the medium of drama, poetry and narrative to talk about people's experience of mental health, recovery and challenging stigma.
Stamford Brook Great Get Together 21 May 2018
a community organised event aimed at bringing together residents from different backgrounds to further our sense of community.
Expanding the Film Club for the Elderly 28 May 2018
The film club has proved to be very popular and we are seeking funding to purchase a projector and a stand alone DVD player to make it possible to move this monthly activity into a larger room so we can invite other local elderly residents to join us.
Community Litter Pick Fundraising 19 Jun 2018
Organiz ing different area clean up around the Lostock area. Getting the community involved in "Loving where they live!" Encouraging young people to get involved in their community using establish links to college and Junior schools in the area.
Pickering Lodge Community Plot 17 Jul 2018
We will be creating a community plot consisting of a donated poly tunnel, cultivated area and compost bins which can be used by local primary and secondary schools and community groups to assist in horticultural education and environmental projects.
Kids play activities 25 Jul 2018
would like to introduce kids play activities in the park and would also like to make full use of the current redundant bowling green currently located in Lostock park by creating a bowling club for the younger generation and encourage them to go outdoors and get involved with the community as well as make full use of the outdoor equipment.
KIDS CINEMA CLUB-START UP 25 Sep 2018
We would like to run a six weeks pilot that would enable young children from the Old Trafford the opportunities to socialise, be educated, have fun and most importantly be safe and away from the real dangers of the streets.
As well as a taste of the food and drinks from Africa, the day will be an opportunity to meet with the people in the Sale west community and introduce them to the services we offer women and their family. It will be a great opportunity to network with people in the community especially those who are passionate about making a difference particularly in the areas of deprivation, poverty, unity and diversity
Toddler Gym 08 Jan 2019
Our school delivers free Toddler Gym sessions each week during term time for all local families with pre-school children. We have 2 staff who share the delivery of these 1 hour sessions. Most of the equipment is over 10 years old and we want to use this funding to replace/update some of the items which are no longer fit for use.
Plot 7F 25 Mar 2019
Plot 7F at Humphrey Park Allotments is approx. 6m wide x 15m long and is dedicated 100% to growing fruit and vegetables for food banks and homeless charity centres.
Play Street 10 May 2019
Trafford Council have approached us to pilot/trial the new 'Play Street Order Scheme' for the borough as we expressed an interest in this a few years ago. We have agreed to trial it and as such we are applying for this funding to ensure this is a success and is safe. The funding covers equipment for activities.
Globe Community Fest 10 Jul 2019
GLOBE COMMUNITY FEST is a festival that will bring people together with food, music and traditions from around the world to celebrate cultural diversity, equality and unity in the local community of Sale West
Re-turfing the lawn 02 Sep 2019
the new lawn would provide a lovely communal space for the residents to enjoy. The residents spend a lot of time maintaining the appearance of the garden and socialise with other residents. We have built a real sense of community and friendships through gardening. It has help us build something to be proud of and we enjoy talking to one another as well as keeping active.
Trafford Sunrise 29 Nov 2019
When we work with children and parents, we provide them with resources and handouts that they can take home with them after each session. We also ask them to complete feedback forms so that we can gauge the effectiveness of the work and make any necessary changes. The service is heavily used and we worked with 258 children and families in the last year including referrals from GPs, Paediatricians, school staff and self-referrals. This means that we need to do a lot of printing and require a robust printer to meet this demand.