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Drainage of Cricket Ground
Funding under Sport England's Protecting Playing Fields funding programme for a Capital project titled Drainage of Cricket Ground. This project lists its main activity as Cricket
Increasing youth participation in cricket
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled Increasing youth participation in cricket. This project is a Cricket project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Towards training new volunteers
Towards training new volunteers to help reduce family isolation in rural parts of North Dorset.
Grant to Blandford Forum PCC
The Cupola Project
The Fifehead Magdalen Village Face Lift/ Facilities Update
This is a project by a charity in Gillingham, Dorset. The group will use funding to refurbish and upgrade their toilet facilities and improve disabled access. This will provide appropriate facilities for people with disabilities and enable the beneficiaries to access services within the hall.
Park Road Play Area Refurbishment
This is a project by Blanford Town Council in Dorset. The group will use the funding to re-surface the village play areas and install new play equipment to provide a safe environment for the beneficiaries. This will provide an improved the facility and meet current health and safety regulations.
Shaftesbury Primary - The Garden That We Built
This is a project by a school in Shaftesbury, Dorset. The group will use the funding to create an Eco garden which will be designed by the children and used by the pupils, their families and community groups. This will provide facilities for the beneficiaries to enjoy healthy outdoor gardening opportunities and enable community engagement.
This is a project by a charity in Shaftesbury, Dorset. The group will use the funding to replace the outdated IT equipment at their existing centre which is used to support the wider community. This will increase the capacity of the group in providing a service to new users and enable more beneficiaries to be supported more efficiently and effectively.
This is a project to expand a wireless internet service enabling it to be used in a cafe catering for young people who are disadvantaged or NEET. This will increase the groups' capacity and enable beneficiaries to complete homework and access online information about jobs and welfare. Funding incs wall mounted server rack, port panel, computer installation, and IT technical support.
Motcombe Youth Club-Friday Night Supper
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Motcombe, Dorset. The group will use the funding to purchase kitchen equipment to organise a supper club for the young members of their youth club. This will allow them to gain and develop life skills and also help to promote healthy eating.
A New Outdoor Playtrail and Pond Wildlife Study
This is a project by a school in Gillingham, Dorset. The school will use the funding to purchase and install a play trail with safety surfacing, benches and a pond dipping platform. This will replace the current play trail facilities which have been removed due to health and safety concerns.
The Okeford Fitzpaine Playground Project
This is a project by Okeford Fitzpaine Parish Council in Dorset. The group will use the funding to install new play equipment and surfacing to recreational grounds for older children. This will improve the group's facilities and safety providing an outdoor space.
New Village Hall Windows
This is a project by a charity in Stourton Caundle, Dorset. The group will use the funding to replace old wooden windows with toughened, double glazed PVC units that are energy efficient, aesthetically pleasing and long lasting. This will provide better insulation and daylight for the community groups which use the hall for a range of health and fitness activities, improving health and safety and energy efficiency.
The Acorn Project
This is a project by a charity in Bournemouth, Dorset. The group will use the funding to deliver accredited programmes for local disadvantaged homeless young people who are not in employment, education or training and live in supported housing. This will allow the beneficiaries develop transferable skills to improve their employability, education and training opportunities and reduce the risk of them continuing to fall into workless and homelessness cycles._x000B_
Duke of Edinburgh's Award (Bronze)
This is a project by a school in Blandford, Dorset. The group will use the funding to purchase camping equipment to launch the Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze Award scheme for Year 10 students and to further expand the Silver Award in the sixth form. This will help the beneficiaries develop numerous vital skills such as problem solving, team work, and first aid.
Mosaic - supporting bereaved children and young people across Dorset
This expanding project provides a pathway of support for bereaved children and young people in Dorset and to those who are facing the death of a loved one. It also provides bereavement training to professionals and voluntary agencies working with young people. The project includes sessions in the family home using resources such as memory boxes and painting to express emotions, and residential weekends take place to allow young people to meet, make new friends and share experiences.
Duke of Edinburgh award. Expedition section.
This is a project by a School in Shaftesbury Dorset. The group will use the funding to purchase equipment for children to participate in the extra-curricular bronze Duke of Edinburgh Scheme. This will enable beneficiaries to challenge themselves, learn new things and develop life skills to improve future opportunities._x000B_
Big Life Foundation community game scout programme
Big Life Foundation community game scout programme