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Participation in a Music Festival
The Lynmore Singers is a long established female voice choir founded over 50 years ago. The choir meets once a week, with a regular concert programme. The grant will fund participation in a music festival.
The grant will fund a visual arts-based project.
The Scouts will install a disabled toilet.
Art Interpretation Materials and Workshops
The group work locally to provide advice and support services to blind/partially sighted and deaf-blind people. This project aims to produce a fully accessible and interpretable touring art exhibition and six workshops, specially commissioned to be experienced by both visually impaired people and sighted audiences.
Training in and receiving of Alternative therapies
This grant will fund a user-led service offering free alternative therapies and beauty treatments to patients at the local mental health unit. It will also provide vocational placement opportunities for users who have gained core skills in reflexology, massage, manicures etc. by completing Mind in Harrow's Stepping Stones introductory courses.
Somali Youth Sports Project
This sports project for young Somalis will be in the form of football training for 24 youngsters at risk of drifting to crime due to lack of proper leisure and sports opportunities.
The group aims to foster community relations on the Canons Park Estate and to protect and maintain the trees, Basin Lake, Georgian gate piers, the Seven Acre Lake and the grass verges that are an integral part of the historic area of the Canons Estate. The award would be used to regenerate the banks of the Basin Lake.
Education and training
The group will use their Award to undertake a project entitled 'Kala Anjali Promotions 2006'. The initiative will build the confidence of young artists, performers and teachers from the BME community. By expanding their capacity the group will build a strong partnership with other local groups and the wider community.
The group will use the funding to organise workshops with professional demonstrators during winters months and also to provide transport so members can visit painting venues further afield during the summer months.
This group will use the funding to purchase digital photography and projection equipment to help them improve the archive of photography which provides a record of the history and heritage of the area.
The estate is undergoing a complex process of change and renewal. In Spring 2006 a week of activities will take place that will enable local residents to participate in creative pursuits designed to reflect on the impact of the development of their lives.
William Ellis Summer Event
This youth football club plan to organise a two day festival of football, aimed at under 11s for the first time. Over 2,000 children will take part and all under-11 teams in the Middlesex FA will be invited.
Challenging arts project
The group will use the award to undertake a community arts project focused on working with disabled people based in Harrow. This is to include a mural project and a sculpture piece that will allow hands-on interaction for people suffering from serious disabilities that include Downs Syndrome, Epilepsy, Sickle Cell and Autism.
Elevate Academy 2
This group was established to provide teaching around dance and music related activities for young people. Several of the young people have since started to return to help run sessions and have asked if this could be developed further. The group will help establish a new project run by young people under the guidance of qualified youth workers. The young people will be able to develop leadership and teaching skills.
This independent branch of the national organisation Gingerbread provides support, advice and activities for low-income and lone-parent families in Harrow. The award will help towards the cost of a healthy lifestyles holiday to Centre Parcs for 80 people from low-income families.
The Trans-Age Project
Harrow Association of Voluntary Service is a local council for voluntary service, it exists to build the capacity of the voluntary and community sector in Harrow. The group is seeking funding to develop a toolkit detailing how to set up reminiscing events between older people an children/young people to be used by a voluntary and community group and statutory partners.
Circles of Support
The group will use an Award to run a twelve month pilot project focused upon supporting ten people with learning disabilities in their effort to fulfil their ambitions. Individual packages are to be tailored in conjunction with the client and their carers and will provide them with access to a range of social activities that they have previously been excluded from. Staff costs @Â£10.60 p/h *6.35 h/p/w (Â£3500), administration, venue hire and overheads (Â£1500).
Improve and Expand Community Facilities
The group will use the award to undertake professional consultation to develop a comprehensive action plan for utilisation of its community centre and facilities.
This organisation recruits volunteers who are partnered with people with learning disabilities. The award is for funds to run a pilot project to establish effective ways for citizen advocacy to improve lives in BME communities in Hammersmith & Fulham, Ealing and Harrow. The project will involve identifying those with learning disabilities who would benefit most from citizen advocacy, and identifying ways of increasing voluntary activity in BME communities.