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Total grants
24
Total funders
6
Total recipients
22
Earliest award date
06 Jan 2016
Latest award date
19 Dec 2016
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Norton Woodseats CC Development Project
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled Norton Woodseats CC Development Project. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports
Amount: £75,000
Funder: Sport England
Region: East Midlands
New Community Clubhouse for Eckington Cricket Club
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled New Community Clubhouse for Eckington Cricket Club. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports
Amount: £75,000
Funder: Sport England
Region: East Midlands
Hospice Grant
Core funding for hospices
Amount: £4,006
Recipient: Ashgate Hospicecare
Region: East Midlands
Grant to Ashgate Hospice
Refurbishment of the Old Building
Amount: £100,000
Recipient: Ashgate Hospice
Region: East Midlands
Grant to Grassmoor Primary School
Class of 1916 – the lives and experiences of the pupils of Grassmoor School 1916
Amount: £7,800
Region: East Midlands
Grant to Stonelow Junior School
Dronfield Home Front 1917
Amount: £10,000
Region: East Midlands
Grant to St Giles PCC, Killamarsh, Derbyshire
St Giles Parish Church, Killamarsh: repair and refurbishment of, and improved accessibility to church building
Healthy and Happy Playtimes!
The school will use the funding to purchase bikes and scooters for children’s use at playtime. This will provide new facilities to increase the children’s physical exercise and re-energise playtimes.
Penny Acres Play
The school will use the funding to purchase and install outdoor play equipment to create a suitable outdoor play area. This will improve the local environment enabling pupils to engage in positive social interaction and improve health and wellbeing.
Amount: £9,700
Region: East Midlands
Pilsley School Community Clubs
The school will use the funding to deliver extracurricular activities to support pupils who are experiencing the effects of financial and social disadvantage. This will improve the children’s chances in life through equipping them with social and creative skills.
Amount: £8,839
Region: East Midlands
Agility for us all
The school will use the funding to install a climbing and agility trail and climbing wall on their playground. This will increase physical activity provision in a rurally isolated area and provide opportunities to engage different sections of the community.
North Wingfield Community Project
The group will use the funding to deliver community activities for all generations in the community. This will help foster community engagement and raise aspirations in the local area.
Tupton Activity Bonanza
Funding will be used to run three community celebration intergenerational events, bringing together a variety of agencies within the community. Activities will range from sporting events to afternoon tea, and will enable the organisation to bring people together to build community cohesion in an area with little provision.
Fantastic Playground Transformation to help children engage in physica
The school will use the funding to install new play equipment and an adventure trail at the school. This will encourage children to engage in physical activity which will lead to healthier lifestyles.
Amount: £10,000
Region: East Midlands
Stretton Handley Activity Club
The school will use the funding to deliver before and after school activities. This will enable children to have access to and participate in local activities increasing both their social and communication skills.
Mum and Tots Activity Project
The group will use the funding to deliver family and community engagement activities in an area where many families suffer financial hardship. This will improve child development and the confidence of children and parents, whilst encouraging positive family relationships and physical wellbeing.
Mend the MUGA
The school will improve their multi use games area for children who have a range of physical and educational needs. This will create opportunities for safe outdoor physical play throughout the school year.
Amount: £10,000
Region: East Midlands
Landmark College - Fit Fun Achieve!
The project will provide sports and fitness activities for people with special educational needs (SEN) to help them improve their physical and mental wellbeing.
Amount: £9,975
Recipient: Landmarks College
Region: East Midlands
Outdoor Activities Space
The school will create a sheltered outdoor area to support the development and wellbeing of vulnerable children and families.
Holmgate Conservation Club
The school will provide an extra-curricular conservation club to help children develop skills and knowledge linked to biodiversity, wildlife and the environment.