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Training and transport costs for the club
Towards training and transport costs for the club
MIA (Quarterly) Newsletter and Website
The group will start up a quarterly newsletter and website.
Installation of mosaic
This organisation aims to provide interactive learning activities to children and their families. The project involves the installation of a giant Historical Community Mosaic, entitled 'The Living Kite Labyrinth'. The design and images were created over the previous summer's art heritage workshops and would reflect over 300 childrens exploration of local history.
Replacement of outdoor play equipment
The group provides affordable childcare and training opportunities. The grant will allow them to replace existing, worn out and broken outdoor play equipment and safety surface tiles.
Start up costs
This is a new group, that supports refugee women and children form the Great Lakes of Africa who are infected and affected by diseases such as the HIV/AIDS virus. The grant will cover their start up costs.
The grant will fund an after-school arts club.
This group are organising the filming and music production 'Child Wars'. This production will be produced and directed by children and young people focusing on the plight of young people living in War Zones. This grant will fund the production of a DVD and music video of the work for future screening in community groups and schools.
The group will hold a one day conference on health for Black Women as part of International Women's Week. They will produce leaflets, questionnaires and evaluation forms and provide expert speakers and facilitators.
Week long activities
The award will be used to fund a week of activities for the siblings of disabled children in the February 2006 half term. The focus will be to provide a stimulating and safe place for children to build relationships with others in similar situations, explore their own needs, develop their self-esteem and confidence. In addition, the week will be used to consult children on the development of future sibling support work at Marktfield.
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This group works with schools, youth and community groups to advance learning in the visual arts and develop IT skills. This grant will contribute towards the cost of establishing an outreach programme, an induction session for local artists, to develop a website and to produce publicity material.
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The aim of this group is to encourage young mothers back to work by providing them with training and job search skills and also to provide after school classes to help young people with their English and Maths. This grant will fund start-up costs of the group.
HWYO Dance Classes
This grant will contribute to providing dance classes for disadvantaged girls and young women from BME backgrounds.
The group will organise a programme of five exhibitions of innovative artwork exploring the themes of cultural & social experience and diversity in the local community, alongside a series of outreach workshops.
Monthly Film Night
This is a new local community group who would like to hold a monthly film night in a local resource centre that has a very underused auditorium. The project hopes to bring local people together, through watching films, and talking and discussing the issues afterwards.
Disabled Children's Workshop
The group will use an Award to run a series of five day workshops with a group of disabled children. The main focus of the workshops is to be upon enabling them to work in a creative group to explore their identity and provide them with the opportunity to exhibit their work.
T&T Association Research Project
The association promotes the cultural, social and education needs of this community. The award will fund market research to supply information that will allow the group to extend its services.
Open Air Theatre
The group will use the award to undertake a series of drama workshops for young people to prepare for a live performance of The Caucasian Chalk Circle and The Cyclops in the Scoop amphitheatre.
The award will fund development of a programme of rugby league for boys and girls, covering coaching, health/wellbeing and role model studies. The school will also take part in a borough-wide festival.
Thirst for Life
The Network provides for a programme of scouting activities for those aged 18 - 25 years of age within the area. Following a successful exchange in 2005 when Avon based scouts visited Swaziland, they are welcoming a return party for a programme of cultural workshops and exchanges. The Awards for All grant will fund the costs related to hosting the workshops only.
Speakers, Newsletters and the Historical Works Project
This organisation aims to bring together representatives of organisations and individuals with an interest in local history. The award will be used for speakers at meetings and publicity for various events.