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Grant to Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council
Lurgan Townscape Heritage Project
Grant to Seagoe Parish Church
Repair of church tower including external walls, floors and parapets: Digitising 1905-35 Parish Magazines
Grant to Armagh Robinson Library
Safeguarding and sharing the treasures of the past for the enjoyment and enlightenment of everyone
Grant to Kinallen Flute Band LOL 247
The impact of World War I on a rural area
Grant to Armagh Robinson Library
Completing and Embedding Transition
Whitehall and District Womens Institute
The Co. Armagh group provides seminars and workshops for members in Whitehall, Aghagallon, and the surrounding area. The project is using the Â£3,040 grant to celebrate their 30 year anniversary with a dinner, floral class, and Lord of the Dance show.
Thursday Club On Tour
The club provides a weekly social and recreational activities in Banbridge Leisure Centre for older people. The Â£4,207 grant is being used to hire the leisure centre for activities and to take members on four day trips to the Glens of Antrim, Mount Stewart, Ulster Museum and Titanic Museum.
Rotary Portadown Giving Rotary A Helping Hand
The Portadown group works with young people and the wider community. They received a £1,900 grant to buy audio visual and PA equipment to be used at meetings and community events.
Migrant Support Project
The three-year Migrant Support project is supporting Portuguese and Romanian speaking migrants in the Portadown area. The project is helping them overcome communication barriers, gain access to services, and meet other people. The project is using a £132,872 grant to provide information and advice, train volunteers and staff, produce material in several languages, develop their social media and website, and provide employment training.
1st Markethill Scouts Active Learning with Confidence
The scout group, based in Markethill, Co Armagh, provides activities for young people with a focus on the outdoors and survival skills. The project is using a £4,243 grant to take 14 members to an activity centre on the Isle of Man for learning and adventure activities.
Richhill Womens Institute Choir
The Richill group brings local women together through singing. They are using the £3,955 grant to increase their singing and social activities, and attract new members and connect with other community groups.
Armagh Respiratory Group
The group supports people with debilitating respiratory conditions in the Armagh area. They are using a £3,110 grant to provide activities including holistic therapies, exercise sessions, activities, outings, a Christmas meal and entertainment to improve people’s well being.
Zero8Teen Early Movers
The group, based in Craigavon, provides childcare services, facilities and activities. They are using the £3,810 grant to buy outdoor play equipment to help develop the children’s imaginative play, increase social integration and physical activity.
West Armagh Community Support and Development Project
West Armagh Consortium is working with eight community groups on the three-year West Armagh Community Support and Development Project. They are using a £196,801 grant to employ a manager to coordinate a joint activity programme with all the groups including action planning workshops, a volunteer programme, health and wellbeing activities, a youth programme, older people’s activities and intercultural events. The project has been designed and developed by local people involved with each of the groups.
The playgroup in the Derrytrasna area of Co Armagh received £1,678 to buy new equipment to improve their breakfast club and afterschool’s facilities.
Maryville Community Group
The community group supports local activities that promote wellbeing and bring people together in the Maryville Estate, Banbridge. They are using the grant of £4,770 to deliver a range of social and recreational activities over the coming months.
Grant to REACT Reconciliation, Education And Community Training
This project will provide emotional support to young people affected by mental health issues. Through a programme of group work and team building activities it will improve life skills, teach coping mechanisms and offer a safe place for making friends.