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Well Fit Project
Funding under Sport England's Tackling Inactivity in Colleges funding programme for a Revenue project titled Well Fit Project. This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Girls Play League Too
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Girls Play League Too. This project is a Rugby League project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Introduction of Archery as an after-school club
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Introduction of Archery as an after-school club. This project is a Archery project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
National Rollout Phase 4
Funding under Sport England's Secondary Teacher Training funding programme for a Revenue project titled National Rollout Phase 4. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Day Hospice Hearing Loop & Group devices
The organisation will install hearing solutions in their hospice, with the aim of reducing social isolation and improving patient inclusion.
The funding will be used to repair and seal the flooring in a community hall and room used for community activities, as well as to purchase a sound bar to enhance use of audio and visual equipment. The project aims to improve a space used by local people and a range of community groups.
The project aims to break down barriers and to tackle loneliness in the community regardless of its source.The charity will make use of the buildings they have available to deliver a weekly luncheon club to bring together isolated people from the across the community._x000D_ Funding will go towards staff costs, and food and consumables.
Carer Respite Breaks
The project will organise social outings to offer respite to carers in the local area, with the aim of reducing social isolation and increasing peer support.
The project aims to engage with young NEET people and help them gain skills and qualifications to improve their job prospects. Funding will go towards new staff and equipment.
Ways to Wellbeing
Funding will enable the project to continue their 'ways to wellbeing' programme. The aim of the project is to map local places that promote wellbeing and design educational and social inclusion learning opportunities.
The funding will be used to run furniture repair, furniture painting and craft-making workshops for the community, particularly older people. The project aims to provide opportunities for people to come together and develop friendships around a shared interest and reduce loneliness in the community.
The Feel Good Garden
The organisation will develop a community garden around a bus they have purchased as a community space, with the aim of creating an area which can be used to address mental health issues in the local community.
The project aims to allow local people to participate in sporting activities, helping to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
Art of Engagement
Art of Engagement
Off The Ropes
The project will extend sessions of non-contact boxing and exercise for people with Parkinson's Disease as well as offer a place for family members/carers to support one another. This will help people to reduce the physical symptoms of Parkinson's Disease, reduce isolation and improve wellbeing whilst also offering support.
The funding will be used by the school to equip a multisensory room. This will enable children, families and carers from across the community to receive specialist support for a wide range of complex needs.
ChAPS - Sustainability Project
Summer play scheme 2019
Summer play scheme 2019.
Grant to Chesnut Lodge School PSA
We want to build a much-needed sensory garden for our school children who have complex medical needs.