- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 11 Oct 2007
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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The project will build an activity trail consisting of a range of fixed equipment, and playground markings. The project will increase the amount of PE for pupils at the school to meet the two- hour requirement. It will also provide a facility for pupils at nearby schools, and members of local community groups. There will be 280 users from the school, 40 from nearby schools and 120 from the wider community.
Deane Comprehensive School Dance Studio 21 Jun 2004
The project will use funding to convert the space over an existing fitness studio into a dance studio. The new facility will offer activities particularly targeted at girls from ethnic minorities especially through girl only sessions. Other activities will include pilates, aerobics, yoga, and fencing. Beneficiaries include 1600 users from the school, 200 from other schools, and 6,240 from the wider community.
Bolton's Targeted Approach to Children's Play 01 Feb 2007
The portfolio is to develop play provision in the three wards of Halliwell, Crompton and Farnworth which suffer from high deprivation. There will be two elements to the portfolio. The first element will provide fixed play areas across eight sites, which are in most need. The second part of the portfolio will develop a mobile play scheme operating across the three wards to deliver free, self-directed open space play activities.
Smithills Secondary School - pitch drainage 13 Jun 2005
Bolton MBC will convert an existing poorly drained playing field 130m x 120m into well drained school pitches at Smithills Secondary School, Bolton. This will improve and extend provision of outdoor sport for school and community use, particularly during periods of inclement weather. It will provide for hockey, cricket, football, rounders, and athletics. The project will benefit 1,200 users at the school, 100 from partner schools and 500 community users.
Commemorative Street Festival 25 Mar 2005
Bolton Museum Service have been awarded a grant to enable them to host a commemorative street festival to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2. This will include a street party for over 1000 home front/service veterans, and a week of commemorative activities including an exhibtion of local School childrens' work, and a book of commemoration. The event will be open to the whole community of Bolton.
St. Peter & Pauls RC School - upgrade hall floor 26 Jul 2004
This project will see the replacement of an exisiting wooden floor in the school hall with a new sports friendly wooden floor. Currently, there is no indoor PE facilities at St Peter and St Paul Primary School as the floor is unsuitable and hazardous. Funding for this project will enable 220 pupils to participate in a variety of indoor sports including; gymnastics, dance, small scale football, netball and mini-hockey.
St James Primary, Daisy Hill, Storage Facility 26 Jul 2004
This project will extend an existing storeroom to create a large multi-purpose storage facility. This will free up space in the sports hall, and allow the school to expand its programme to include activities such as athletics, table tennis, football, rugby league, cross country running, and rounders. There will be 420 users from the school, 80 from other schools, and 260 visitors from the wider community.
This project will provide two zoned, fenced sports areas with playground markings on an exisiting macadam surface. This will support the curriculum by allowing different age groups to particpate in PE safely. The zones and markings will allow the 455 pupils at the school to take part in sports such as football and cricket.
This project will refurbish a sports hall for cricket development so that the school can become a major centre for the sport in the Bolton area. Provision will be improved for the benefit of the school, community and local primary schools. 1,050 pupils at the school, 200 from partner schools and 300 community users will benefit from this project.
This project is for a new, floodlit macadam multi-use games area. at Brownlow Fold The main beneficiaries of the project will be the 220 pupils from the school and another 80 from visiting schools, who will gain the opportunity to participate in football, netball, basketball and uni-hoc. Two youth projects and a day centre for people with disabilities will use the facilities in their programmes and there will be up to 13,000 local community visits each year.
Bolton 'Learning From Our Past' project 11 Feb 2005
The schools will visit the Atlantic Wall Museum of the 1939-45 war and the museums at Auschwitz in order to explore and understand the experiences of those who lived through WW2. Pupils will gain a greater understanding of the experiences of conflict and wider school communities will benefit from the research and exhibitions.The schools will form a partnership with Bolton's Museum Service and will host a WW2 Exhibition that showcases the results of the trips. A web site will also be developed for WW2 issues
This project will result in an essential upgrade of the changing rooms for sports and PE at the school, providing improved facilities for both students and community users. Beneficiaries of the project will include 1890 pupils from Hayward Secondary School, 440 students from nearby schools and around 300 community users, including the local Youth Service. The improved changing rooms will support both indoor and outdoor sports, including football, athletics, cricket, rugby and hockey.
Bolton MBC and St Maxentius Schooll will provide a MUGA,18.5m x 37m with type 2 macadam surface marked for five a side, mini-tennis, and netball for the benefit of 220 school pupils from the school, 100 pupils from other schools and and around 1,900 members of the wider community per year. Activities will include mini-tennis, netball and recreational five-a-side football.
Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council will provide a toilet block and a new full size synthetic turf pitch at the school. The project will assist in developing school and community sport through improved facilities and access. The project and the pitch will provide for hockey to county standard, 7-a-side football, basketball, after school and summer school activities. Beneficiaries will be 1,560 pupils, 100 from cluster schools, and 250 community users.
Bolton MBC will replace old changing and shower rooms with a new weights room, fitness room and changing/shower rooms, at Mount St Joseph Secondary School. This will assist school and community health development, broaden the activities available and increase physical activity for 1,000 beneficiaries at the school, 60 from partner schools, and 160 users from the wider community.
The project will develop the main hall into a temporary dance and performance space at St Joseph's High School, by installing retractable tiered seating in the school's main hall and providing a portable dance floor and a sound/video system. It will be used for dance and gymnastics, and by the community additionally for aerobics, martial arts and fencing. Beneficiaries include 500 pupils from St Joseph's, 1,000 pupils from local primary schools, and 3,100 visits each year by the wider community.
Bolton MBC and St James CE Secondary School will provide a new sand dressed, sythetic turf pitch and a Multi Use Games Area marked for two tennis courts and one netball court to improve the range of sports.
Breightmet Community Library 11 Oct 2007
This project will reinvigorate the Breightmet library by relocating the library to a building shared with the local PCT. By working closely with residents and local partners the range of learning opportunities delivered through the library can be expanded and will include bookstart, study support, silver surfer and facility activities. Linking with the local secondary school they will provide a book bar and they will work with the local children's centre to provide learning activities for children.
Turton High School - Multi Use Games Area 13 Dec 2004
Bolton MBC will build a floodlit sand filled football and hockey pitch and a tennis/netball macadam court at Turton High School. The project will improve delivery of outdoor sports for the school and provide a community resource. The beneficiaries of the project are 1,700 pupils at the school, 480 from partner schools, and 6,500 community visits per year.
Bolton MBC will modernise the sports hall at Rivington and BlackRod High School, installing a multi-use floor surface and providing sports equipment. The facility will be used for indoor hockey, five-a-side football, basketball, netball, tennis, cricket practice, badminton, volleyball and fitness work. 2,000 pupils from Rivington and Black Rod, 320 pupils from local schools and 13,100 visits from the wider community each year will use the facility.