- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 17 Apr 2014
- Latest award date
- 09 Sep 2019
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Community Pantomime 25 Apr 2018
A community pantomime hosted by BCA in the Primary School, Talegate productions are hired to deliver the pantomime, BCA members & volunteers organise stalls for attendees to enjoy and socialise together in a foyer style.
Expanding Activity 02 May 2018
To expand our activities on regular litter pick events and purchase more equipment for our outreach (solo litter pickers) and replenish and expand our activities with groups like Timperley Tidiers and Friends of Moor Nook park.
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.
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.
Music in Mind - Trafford 06 Aug 2018
Manchester Camerata wants to extend our ‘Music in Mind’ programme into Trafford, working in two care settings to deliver a unique music therapy based which will improve the wellbeing of 50+ people with dementia.
YHA Breaks 11 Aug 2018
The project will provide 125 children and their families from Trafford with the opportunity to take a 2 day YHA break. Breaks will be available to children in local Schools who cannot afford a school residential and are eligible for pupil premium. As well as local families facing challenging circumstances (e.g. poverty. unemployment, domestic violence, disability, life- limiting illness, bereavement) with a particular focus on Trafford Housing Trust's residents.
We will employ a debt counselling manager to support individuals and families with a debt problem.
Partington Community Health and Social Group 26 Nov 2018
Our project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of the people of partington and neighbouring areas by increasing physical activity through dance. It provides a social outlet for different age groups and also physical ability/disabilities. We want to encourage both older and younger members and those who live alone to participate, build friendships and provide a greater community spirit whilst remaining active and having fun.
Studio 65 28 Jan 2019
We plan to set up a fully functioning and well equipped ceramics studio in a currently unused premise in Old Trafford. Neighbouring the Limelight building - a local community hub - the Manchester Ceramics Collective studio will provide a creative centre and work-space for local small ceramics producers. The building will provide employment opportunities for the owners of 10-12 new and emerging ceramics companies and provide a creative space that will be used to nurture engagement in ceramics and offer opportunities for the local community to see ceramics exhibitions and get involved in pottery workshops.
Limelight Wellbeing Garden 21 Feb 2019
The project would involve the development of the Limelight Rooftop garden into a thriving community space providing a much-needed resource for tenants and local people to benefit from the social, economic, environmental and health benefits of food growing. We will take referrals from the GP and offer a social prescription service so people can get growing with us in the garden and meet others in the process.
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.
Longford Community Choir 25 Mar 2019
We meet every Friday night to rehearse songs to perform at various events. We use Firswood Community Centre as it is convenient and safe for our choir members and there isn't much going on in this part of Stretford. We need ink to enable us to photocopy words so that our choir members can sing.