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The group provides facilities for all age groups which will be expanded by setting up two competitive girls teams. The award is for kits and equipment.
This school will use the award to set up and run an after school and community gymnastics club. Qualified coaches will deliver training for 5 to 12 year old children. Outreach sessions will also be held with pupils based at Birchwood Special School, providing an exit route for pupils into the main club. The award is for equipment, community club coaching, outreach coaching, hall hire, coach development courses and advertising.
This group aims to promote charitable purposes for the benefit of the community by the provision of services in support of local groups. The project offers children an opportunity to increase their skills, confidence and self-esteem through therapeutic activities. The award is for Coordinator's salary, activity resources, volunteer expenses, insurance, stationery and agency fee.
Developing group for children and young people
This Leicester based dance troupe has recently expanded to include children and young people from the ages of 5 to 13 and the award will pay for the costs of setting up a dedicated group for them. Weekly sessions will take place where they will have the opportunity to learn a variety of Polish dances, music and songs as well as developing a knowledge of Polish heritage, traditions and culture.
The group encourages the development of photographic skills through regular meetings with guest speakers. The project will enhance meetings by providing digital equipment, as well as enhancing the digital technology skills of members.
This group formed in late 2004 to provide a range of outdoor pursuits for young people from local youth groups with the aim of improving health and fitness and developing teamwork skills. The award will be used to subsidise activities to ensure that young people from financially disadvantaged backgrounds can participate.
The group will refurbish the village hall to encourage more users and to extend the range of activities offered. This will improve the skills of users and create community spirit.
The project is to provide accessible transport services for elderly and disabled people who cannot access their own or public transport, many of whom live in rural areas. This transport enables them to continue to be actively involved in the community and reduces isolation.
The Digital Museum A Community Archive
This group promotes the use of the Melton Carnegie Museum. The project award will create a community archive to record exhibits and artefacts which are normally in storage, and record oral and private photographic material to capture family histories across the community, and aims to reach a broad cross section of the local community.
This group offers women the opportunity to explore the diversity of dance. The project is to offer a series of workshops for women of all ages. The group will hold weekly workshops, culminating in a show demonstrating dance from different cultures.
Lantern Making Workshops & Procession
This Village Hall Committee will use an award to run a magical lantern procession in conjunction with their annual bonfire and firework display. Three workshops will also run at the end of October to encourage villagers of all ages to participate, working with a professional artist to create a range of willow and paper lanterns for use in the procession.
Tables and chairs
This group will use the award to purchase new tables and chairs for use by cricket players of all ages and abilities. The facilities will be used for lunches and teas, during and following cricket matches.
Purchase of New Musical Instruments
This Band will use an award to purchase a range of new instruments, allowing members to extend their repertoire. At present the focus is on brass band music, this will be extended to classical and multi-cultural music of different varieties, increasing participation in the group and developing new skills. The award is for a contribution towards the overall costs of two euphoniums, two barritone bassoons and three horns.