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Out of hours school sports and activitiy club
West Kidlington Primary School will run a range of new after and before school clubs with sporting activities such as athletics, squash and netball as well as drama and creative arts. The focus is on giving children the chance to try a range of activities and develop skills whilst developing links with local sports clubs and the wider community.
Ambrosden 2006 will put on a series of events throughout the year to celebrate the 900th anniversary of Ambrosden and its church. These events will encourage local people to get involved in community activities and will include a history day with a historical photographic display, Morris dancing, medieval, 17th and 18th century re-enactments, a medieval archer and a pageant.
Global Village 2006
The national Woodcraft Folk is hosting the Global Village Youth Festival this summer in Kent. An Awards for All grant will be used to part fund the camp fees and travel for some 50 members of the Banbury branch. As part of the overall project the branch will also buy two video cameras so that the event can be recorded from the view of four age groups. The tapes will be used to promote international relations when the branch hosts an small foreign delegation later in the year.
Tables and kitchen equipment
With help from a Lottery award this new village hall will be able to buy chairs and tables for the committee room. At present this furniture is borrowed from the local school and means that both facilities cannot be used at the same time. It will also buy catering standard kitchen appliances and crockery to ensure that it meets all current health and safety requirements and allows all the groups using the hall to have access to catering facilities.
Bicester Athletic Club have recently experienced a big increase in membership of people aged between 12 and 18. With help from a Lottery grant the club will buy bigger equipment to cater for these new members. Training on suitable equipment will help these youngsters to challenge themselves and develop theirs skills.
Banbury Canal Day
With help from a Lottery grant Banbury Town Council will run new arts and crafts workshops at its Banbury Canal Day, which will include Makenoo masks, banners for children, pottery, crafts and making a willow canal boat. The banners and displays will be used in a canalside parade and then displayed in the local museum.
Hook Norton Village Museum
Hook Norton Village Museum Trust will use funding to make the museum more accessible for people with disabilities. The trust will prepare coloured images and texts of the collections upstairs to project onto a screen downstairs in the visitor centre so people in wheelchairs won't miss out. Displays will also be raised and lit and large coloured print guides to all the collections will be produced to help people with visual impairments.
Primary school project
With help from a Lottery grant the Kidlington Cricket Club will work with 4 local primary schools to provide after school cricket coaching, leading to participation in a festival. Volunteers will also be coached to ECB level 2.
Provision of education and support for Asian families
The Sunride Multi-Cultural Project will support minority ethnic families living in Banbury through providing play activities for their children, helping parents/carers and children to access learning opportunities appropriate to their needs. The activities will focus on promoting awareness and understanding of healthy living, and developing a better understanding of different cultures and religions among other service providers in Banbury.
Banbury and District Community Bus Project
This is the development of a project which provides after school clubs, youth clubs, parent and toddler family sessions and adult learning, in rural areas of Banbury, from a converted double deck bus.
Various afterschool sports clubs
St Marys RC Primary School will be able to run new after school clubs in dance, golf, netball, athletics, rugby and gymnastics with help from a Lottery award. The school will work in partnership with coaches from local clubs including Bicester Rugby Club and Bicester Athletics Club. This will give children the opportunity to develop their sporting skills and provide links to local clubs so that they can continue with their chosen sport in the future. .
With help from a Lottery grant Bardwell Football Club will create five new football teams. These will include three new girls squads and two mixed teams for younger players to help prepare them for playing single sex football. For each of the teams a volunteer will receive training to become a qualified club coach with knowledge of basic first aid. The club will also run after school coaching sessions in local primary and secondary schools to help encourage more youngsters to join the club.
With help from a Lottery grant the Banbury Cross Sailing Club will develop its junior activities through the provision of new junior training dinghies that will enable more young people to take part.
Sports and Activities Clubs
This school will establish six new out of hours sports and activity clubs, using qualified coaches from local groups and clubs. Training staff to become coaches will support the continuation of the clubs and create effective links with local clubs and groups providing children the opportunity to further develop new skills.
This charity supports young people in housing need. It provides emergency accommodation for young people aged 16-25. This award will enable the group to put on a performance highlighting homelessness issues. This will raise awareness to the community of issues that homeless people face and give an opportunity to the young people to engage themselves in the local community.
Memorial hall Kitchen Project
This charity maintains the village hall for use by local people. This project will improve the kitchen facilities by building a small extension. This kitchen is also used by other groups such as the brownies, drama groups and for lectures._x000B_
This group will provide entertainment and leisure facilities to local communities in the Cherwell Area, as a week long festival. All activities will be free of charge to young people under 16, who will take an active part in creative arts, music and literature. A pilot festival was run successfully in 2005, which brought together all age groups. These events will develop skills and confidence and encourage a shared understanding of local traditions and cultures.
Out of School Clubs
With help from a Lottery grant St Edburg's C of E Primary School will link with local sports clubs to introduce a programme of new after school sports clubs, including athletics, netball and gymnastics. Coaching sessions will be run and volunteers trained as coaches.
Clubs and Activities
This primary school will run after-school multi-skills and dance clubs in order to encourage children to participate in physical activities and gain in confidence and ability in preparation for secondary school. The clubs will also be open to pupils from other local primary and secondary schools and involve community coaches and volunteers. They will also help to form links with local sports clubs.
This school will start up a multi skills programme which will include 9 feeder primary schools,1 secondary school and those with learning and physical disabilities the opportunity to take part in an after school club. This programme will improve the agility, balance and coordination. Funding will provide coaching and equipment needed for the project.