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Purchase of portacabin to store furniture
Towards the purchase of a portacabin to store furniture for recycling training workshops
Safety implicated equipment upgrade
The award will fund a project to enable training for existing lady members in the use of electronic scoring equipment and this will be used in the sabre fencing competitions.
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people in Chapel-en-le-Frith. The project will provide an opportunity for the group to work with High Peak Community Arts and visit three local heritage centres to stimulate memories. These views and memories will then be gathered to produce a short soundscape on CD. The award is for transport, entrance fees and artists fees.
Courses at Denman College
The group enables women who are interested in rural life to improve and develop their knowledge and proficiency. The project will enable them to learn new skills which will be passed on to the whole membership. The award is for 15 places on a residential college course.
This group provides sports and social activities for people of all ages and abilities from the local community. The project is to install all weather practice cricket nets to enable the club to cater for larger numbers of players. The award is for costs towards the installation of double all weather cricket nets with base and cage.
The groups aims is to promote and advance education, improving knowledge and understanding of history and heritage of the area. The project is to enable visits from school parties, to provide tours of exhibits accompanied by suitable narrative, and to take part in varying 'hands-on' activities to include sessions on "Victorian kitchens". The award is for photocopying, fact sheets, leaflets, games and materials.
Women's Aid offer support, advice and temporary accommodation for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. The award will be used to improve security at their Centre by installing a new security system. The award is for the costs of installing a security system.
Extension of clubhouse
This club is currently extending and modernising its clubhouse, providing more space for activities and events and ensuring that the building is fully accessible. The award is for a contribution towards the costs of extending the building.
This organisation collects donations of furniture and household goods from the public and restore or recycle them, making them available at low cost to people on low incomes. An award will be used to purchase two portacabins which will replace an old cabin in the grounds of their centre. These will be used to safely and more efficiently display the goods for sale as well as making more space available. The award is for two refurbished portacabins.
Loop system & IT
This group works with other U3As (University of the third age) providing older people with social and learning activities. The grant will fund a loop system for the benefit of those hard of hearing, improving participation in social activities. Extra heating, language tapes and reference materials are also planned.
Project to help deal with the problem of homelessness in young people.
The project will continue to provide emergency accommodation for homeless young people in the homes of trained volunteer hosts, as well as recruit and train volunteers to help young people in their first tenancies to meet the challenges of independent living.
High Peak Playday
The grant will fund an Orchestral Study Day open to all musicians with rehearsals followed by a performance with free admission.
This group provides Guiding opportunities for girls and young women, allowing them to be challenged by new adventures and experiences. The project will provide flooring and equipment for the cloakroom facilities of the new headquarters.
This group provides swimming activities for people of all ages in the Glossop area. The project will provide quality coaching opportunities for young people aged 6 to 18, with a focus on disabled people. Adults, parents and teachers will be recruited and trained to increase coaching and volunteering levels at the club.
Help parents with young children with social isolation, prevent family brea
The project will enable people to improve the quality of the lives of parents with young children who struggle to cope. The project will help to reduce social isolation, prevent family breakdown, promote parents and childrens mental health, prevent post natal depression, encourage childrens development, raise parents self esteem and confidence and improve the life chances of vulnerable children.
The group provides amateur cricket facilities. The award will fund the purchase of sight screens.
Under 8's team
This group provides football opportunities for adults and has recently engaged in coaching an under 15's and an under 12's team. This project will allow the club to provide training for under 8's leading to creating a team to play in league competition. The award is for equipment, pitch rent, league fees, insurance and coaching fees.
This primary school will use the award to run an after school activity club. The children will be involved in writing a book about the village of Charlesworth. The award is for display stands, boards, printing costs, volunteer expenses, disposable cameras and stationery.
The group raises awareness of the obstacles facing disabled people when trying to access services. The project is to assess the accessibility of accommodation in the Hope Valley, Castleton, Hope, Bradwell, Edale, Bamford and Hathersage. The information will be collated and made available on the High Peak Access website. Solutions will be recommended, across a broad range of access issues, to owners who provide accommodation, for example hotels and B&Bs.
Under 9's, Under 17's, and girls football
This group aims to improve resources available and raise the standards of football throughout the New Mills area. The project is to increase coaching skills to help to develop an under 9's, 17's and girls section. The award is for equipment, coach development, facility hire, administration and volunteer expenses.