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Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled Equestrian Centre. This project lists its main activity as Equestrian
New Boathouse Build
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled New Boathouse Build. This project lists its main activity as Rowing
Table Tennis Project
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Table Tennis Project. This project lists its main activity as Table Tennis
Coxless quad project
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Coxless quad project. This project lists its main activity as Rowing
Table Tennis Escalator Programme
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Table Tennis Escalator Programme. This project lists its main activity as Table Tennis
North Cambridge World Culture Community Stage
This is a project by an academy school in Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to work in partnership with other local schools to create world culture exhibitions with pupils that will tour local events and be posted online. This will celebrate the cultural diversity of the area and encourage schools to share resources and work together.
Arbury 'Fit for the Future'
This is a project by a registered charity in Cambridge. The organisation will use the funding to undertake a sustainability review of the organisation through assessing the roles and responsibilities of the group and also looking at community projects and how the group operate, ending in a presentation about the findings. This will enable the group to move forward and deliver a better service to the community.
Bereavement Support Resources for Disabled/SEN Children and Young People
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Cambridge. The organisation will use the funding to expand their service to include specialist bereavement counselling for disabled and SEN children.
The Online AKU Community Project
This new project aims to enable The Alkaptonuria Society Limited (AKUS) to provide an online support service for people with Alkaptonuria (AKU), a rare genetic disease. AKU leads to severely disabling health problems and there is no cure. The project aims to empower people to manage their condition more effectively through an accessible social network.This online facility will provide access to support groups and links to health and life skills training.
Baby sitting, Arts Award, and bicycle maintenance courses
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Cambridge. The organisation will use the funding to deliver three courses for young people to develop additional skills. These will increase their self esteem and confidence, and opportunities to obtain part time work.
Travellers Learning Together
This is a project by a registered charity in Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to deliver workshops in subjects such as literacy, IT, filling in forms and cultural awareness events.
Group support for children who have experienced family change
This is a project by an incorporated charity in Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use funding to provide group support sessions for parents and children experiencing separation or divorce.
Structured-risk bonds for payment-by-results initiatives
Allia Ltd is an industrial and provident society based in Cambridge. Over six months Allia will raise up to Â£4 million through a fixed term capital protected retail bond. 75% of the investment will fund loans for a social housing provider to create homes. The rest will fund support for families at risk of breaking up to reduce the need for children to go into care in Essex. This proposal will of… more
So to Speak
This continuation and expansion project by Kings Hedges Primary School offers children and families in Kings Hedges, Cambridge better life chances by delivering intensive early intervention to children aged 2-4 years old in areas such as speech, language, motor skills and social development. Activities will be supported by outings to venues such as the Post Office, library, park or shops to encourage talk and discussion.
FLACK - more than a magazine
This project aims to break the cycle of homelessness by countering the negative stereotype and producing a monthly magazine, which will be sold to the public. This will enable homeless people to contribute to the cultural life of the wider community. Central to the philosophy is that the content of the magazine is planned, designed, written and created by homeless people. The magazine will be sold and distributed by people with experience of homelessness.
New playground and outdoor learning play space
This is a project by a school in Cambridgeshire. The group will use the funding to develop a secure outdoor play area that will be used by the school and the local community. This will provide a safe area that can be used for imaginative and sensory play.
Grant to Romany Theatre Company
Towards Core costs Towards a project supporting Romany and non-Romany people to access training, support and accreditations in creative arts, in partnership with the BBC and Royal Court Theatre.
Grant to Britten Sinfonia Ltd
Towards Project costs Towards a comprehensive programme of linked musical opportunities for young people in the East of England.
Grant to FLACK Cambridge
Towards Unrestricted core costs to help establish FLACK as a social enterprise magazine whilst improving homeless people's lives.
Grant to Romsey Mill
Towards Project costs Towards the salary and project costs of a worker to deliver a programme to young fathers to build confidence, develop positive parenting skills and to move away from a position of exclusion.