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The award will enable Holton St Mary Village Hall to upgrade its chairs. These are breaking down and many have become unsafe. New, stacking chairs will increase the space available for events in the hall and encourage people to use the facility.
The award will provide five computers, two projectors and a high quality digital camera for Wattisham ATC. The computers will be used to run the presentations sent out by the RAF, and also for communications, desktop publishing, and preparing classroom lectures. They will also provide access to on-line resources, in particular for the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme.
Village Hall Upgrades
The award will fund health and safety upgrades to Kettlebaston Village Hall. This will include upgrades to the heating, anti-slip flooring, disabled features, the redecoration of the hall and toilets with washable paint, and improvements to the kitchen. The improvements will make the hall more accessible to the elderly and the disabled.
Band equipment and uniforms
The group provides training in majoretting and baton-twirling, and also runs the 'Sensations' cheerleading team. The group performs in public, which helps it raise funds. The award will fund safety improvements, buying crash mats and new batons.
Following years of fund-raising, club would use grant as the final contribution required for a new purpose built pavilion with disability access. New club house would enable club to expand membership and attract more members from the local community.
The award will allow this newly merged sea scout group to offer more activities on water to boys and girls in Hadleigh and the surrounding area. The group is currently restricted in what it can offer and the money will buy it ten new boats and will also fund several leader training courses.
Well used village hall looks to provide a secure and warm facility for the local community. Local groups using the hall include a bowls club, playgroup, scouts and horticultural society.
Local Historical, Conservation & Environmental society uses an award to provide digital equipment to better present information on a range of issues about the history, environment and culture of the town, more effectively to community groups and schools as well as in exhibitions held to interest, inform & educate the local population
This small market town is located in a rural area. where transport links are crucial to the lives of many people, but especially for those who are elderly or infirm and who need to travel to Ipswich for essential services. The town center bus stop is located on a open elevated site which exacerbates any adverse weather conditions for such vulnerable groups and community consultation has reinforced the need to provide shelter.
Charity providing support exercises &, social and health educational classes for those who have had heart attacks or other heart related problems, uses an award to be able to extend their information and help networks by producing & distributing informed written materials based on their own experiences through established medical networks to help those presently experiencing the illnesses
Healthy Eating Breakfast Club
As part of an increasingly wide-spread community programme to develop healthy lifestyles, school are start a breakfast club available to all children, providing a healthy breakfast and a safe environment for children to meet at the beginning of the school day.
Befriending Scheme use award to purchase 6 new lap tops one for each of the centres with specialist educational software.
Sudbury Photographic Archive
To involve the local community in assembling a photographic archive of life in Sudbury in the late 19th/early 20th Century.
This is a transfer grant to transfer the assets (a newly completed village hall) and remaining funding to the newly incorporated organisation.
St Georges Day Commemoration
To arrange a community event, themed around St George. All the local clubs and school will be invited to hold stalls and displays, which will promote their activities within the community. The Guards association will display military memorabilia and information about the Guards promoting awareness amongst the community, particularly young people.
Refurbishment of the kitchen will provide a safer more hygienic area for the users of the hall. The village hall is the only meeting place available in the village and is well used by many local clubs.
The award will fund major refurbishment of the pavilion on Chelmondiston Playing Fields. It is currently too run-down to be used effectively. The group will install benches in the changing rooms, put cupboards and new worktops in the kitchen area, strip lighting throughout and install a ramp and handrail for disabled access. The refurbishment will enable a boys football team to be set up (there is a separate project that will improve the pitch) and allow adult teams to play there.
This parish council maintains and improves the community hall and its facilities. The project is to purchase lightweight, folding chairs that can be used at all events in the hall such as concerts, social evenings and dances.
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Ansell Community Centre arrange activities for local residents in the area, including the Digital Cinema. This facility is in need of improvement, and funding will provide new chairs which can be fixed into rows and safely stacked.
Widening Community Participation
This registered charity aims to offer individual vocational training programmes for adults with disabilities. The project will target hard to reach adults and encourage more participation in community based activities through arts, crafts, drama, film and music courses.