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Indian music and dance
Pupils will take part in an Indian Dance and Music Project during half-term. The children, aged 11-13, will learn about Indian music, compose a piece of music influenced by Indian beats and then choreograph a dance to their composition. This will be performed to the rest of the school and to feeder lower schools.
Group for the people over 55 to meet and socialise is keen to organise a series of heritage trips to benefit members. Trips will include the Houses of Parliament, steam railway and seaside heritage visit.
A Youth Club will be established in Thurleigh. The Club will meet twice-monthly and provide a range of games and activities for young people in the village, including board games, computer games, air hockey and table football.
Installation of adequate toilet facilities
In a much used community hall, grant would allow parish council to install special toilet facilities for people with disabilities and families with young children.
2 Second World War Veterans from Bedfordshire have been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Dunquerqu Northern France in March of this year. _x000B__x000B__x000B_Funding has also been provided for two carers to travel with the Veterans.
RSPB Bedford Local Group will enhance the delivery of the presentations about birds and their conservation through the purchase of new presentation equipment providing information to a wider audience.
Portable goals for Under-12 team
Football Club have recently started an under-12's football team. They currently use adult-sized goals but require smaller goals appropriate for their age group. Award will be used to purchase two portable goals.
Children and young people's activities
Children and Young people's group with church links uses an award to provide a range of new activity opportunities for local youngsters in a central Bedford ward where few other such opportunities exist. Qualified and skilled volunteers aim to offer a weekly club meeting together with a variety of sports and arts activities locally complemented by a youth/kids summer camp in Wales.
Well used hall used by local groups including Subs, Scouts, Brownies, Guides, Army cadets and 55 Club. In order to ensure that all people who want to can fully participate in all events grant would be used to provide for disabled access and toilets.
Staff member cost
Grant will provide for an additional staff member who will also help support 3 members of staff currently working towards NVQ's in childcare and education, by allowing them to access appropriate courses during normal working hours.
The Pre-school will be able to purchase new and replacement equipment for the enjoyment and education of 60 children under five. The new equipment will enable the group to continue to meet the needs the growing village community by offering pre-school facilities to more children.
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Harrowden Middle School will expand the existing after school gymnastics club with the purchase of new equipment. This will replace the existing equipment which is becoming unsafe through heavy use. New equipment will better utilise the available space and increase the numbers of children which the club is able to accommodate.
Public Photographic Competition
This camera club wish to update their equipment and put on a public photographic competition. This new equipment will allow the club to display their work to a wider audience
Nought to Nighties
This group provides a base for the community to engage together for recreational and educational interests. The project is to upgrade the computer area to attract more users and give more options to learn about computers.
Sharnbrook Upper School And Community College (Bedfordshire)
This scheme will run seven activities, several of which include a carousel of alternatives to keep interest levels high for the target beneficiaries. It seeks to build confidence, skill levels, improvements in behaviour and improvements in fitness for disadvantaged pupils across the key stages. It offers attractive alternatives to mainstream provision but ultimately seeks to encourage a much greater level of involvement in mainstream provision by the target group.
New windows project
This group will upgrade the 30 year old windows in the village hall with new double glazed units. This will make the hall safer and warmer and benefit the whole community who use the hall for a variety of activities.
Faith in Queen's Park
A faith-based community worker, who does not promote one religious tradition over another, will strengthen and extend the work of Fusion Youth Singing, Queens Park Youth Cricket, All Saints Basketball Club and Queens Park Lives - an oral history project - in the neighbourhood's faith communities in order to improve the quality of life for all residents.
This organisation maintains and manages a community centre for the local community for recreational and educational activities. An award will enable them to purchase new safer tables, which will be easier to use and store.
This charity wish to purchase a specialist standing frame for use during physiotherapy sessions with sufferers of MS. The equipment provides a safe environment offering complete support and a hoist to enable users to participate fully in the sessions.
Replacement of Floor of Main Hall
This village hall committee aim to remove the existing flooring in their community hall, which is unsafe. This will be replaced with new flooring, which is safe for all users. A large number of community groups use this facility and the current state of the floor is detrimental to their needs. The new surface will enable continued use and encourage new groups and activities to access this hall.