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College Sport Makers
Funding under Sport England's College Sport Makers funding programme for a Revenue project titled College Sport Makers. This project is a Sports development project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Building confidence – race coaching for new sailors
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Building confidence – race coaching for new sailors. This project lists its main activity as Sailing & Yachting
Sail For Gold
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Sail For Gold. This project lists its main activity as Sailing & Yachting
Play Tennis Eastbourne 2012
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Play Tennis Eastbourne 2012. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis
Towards materials for a creative taster group for isolated women
Towards materials for a creative taster group for isolated women to improve their mental health in Eastbourne.
Big Local in Devonshire West
Big Local is an exciting opportunity for residents in 150 areas around England to use at least £1m each to make a massive and lasting positive difference to their communities. Big Local brings together all the local talent, ambitions, skills and energy from individuals, groups and organisations who want to make their area an even better place to live. Big Local is funded by the Big Lottery Fund a… more
The 'Aiming High Pilot Project'
This East Sussex organisation will deliver a pilot project to four young adults with learning disabilities to access a work experience programme. This will offer a range of activities learning about food preparation, site hygiene and cleaning of pens and aviaries.
Food Bank IT Project
This East Sussex organisation will purchase IT equipment, enabling the group to reach more service users and enhance the range of services on offer, as well as carry out research and publicity work.
ASOSS (Aphasia Surrey One Stop Shop)
This new project for Eastbourne-based Dyscover aims to develop a more flexible and responsive post-hospital treatment for stroke survivors and other aphasic people in London and the South East, while improving their social participation. The NHS delivers acute care to aphasic people with brain injuries and stroke sufferers but can only offer a small amount of speech rehabilitation. Dyscover deliv… more
This Eastbourne charity will purchase a laptop to enhance events and to display materials at learning sessions, including coaching of older people. This will increase skills for older people and encourage the use of IT and access to the internet.
Improvement to Outside Area and to Purchase Play Equipment
This voluntary organisation in Eastbourne will improve a path, remove unsafe mounds at the church and install an outdoor play area. This will improve safety and access to the church, and also provide an outdoor facility for children at the church's playgroup and the wider community.
Active Tots and Parents
This Eastbourne project will use the funding to deliver exercise and fitness sessions to parents and toddlers. This will help to combat obesity from a young age.
This primary school in Eastbourne will install a covered exercise area and provide fitness equipment on school grounds for use by children at the school and wider community.
Turning the paddock into an outdoor classroom and holding a family funday
This school in Eastbourne, East Sussex, will create an outdoor classroom and hold a family fun day for the community. This will provide outdoor learning and play facilities.
Information Technology Support Project
This East Sussex charity will deliver a mobile computer training programme for people with mental health needs, enabling participants to develop IT skills and the confidence to access new technology. This will assist service users in accessing online facilities such as banking and shopping, enhance communication methods and learn new skills that will increase their employability.
Knowsley Positive Progress
A grant of Â£464,369 will support around 770 unemployed people facing social exclusion and deprivation in Knowsley, Merseyside. The Tomorrow's People Trust Ltd project will focus on neighbourhoods with high levels of benefit claims, child poverty, teenage pregnancy, low skills and poor health. Beneficiaries will agree plans, receive job search support, learn CV writing and interview skills.
Outdoor Music Project
This is a project by a primary school in Eastbourne. The organisation will use the funding to make, on their school playground which backs onto a special school playground, a shared outdoor area with a variety of outdoor musical instruments for use by children at the schools. This will enable opportunities for children to engage in positive play and aid interaction of mainstream and SEN children.
Dravet Syndrome Professional & Family Conference
This is a project by a charity in East Sussex. The organisation will use funding to develop further their annual conference for families affected by Dravet Syndrome. This will now enable parents to obtain information and advice regarding the condition, with the opportunity to discuss day to day issues that affect them, with professionals who specialise in the condition.
Bereavement New Skills Day - Responding to the Needs In Our Community
This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation serving East Sussex. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of bereavement training sessions, focusing on bereavement care for young people for existing and new volunteers.
Matthew 25 Computer Project
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Eastbourne. The organisation will use the funding to set up an internet cafe with IT facilities that will be made available to people from disadvantaged communities. This will provide beneficiaries with access to the internet and IT facilities to carry out job searches, develop IT skills and access online services.