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New equipment, trailer and storage
This club will increase access to the sport with help from Lottery funding. A grant will be used to buy more equipment so that training days can be run and new members catered for with appropriate equipment. A secure storage unit will also be bought to store equipment on site and a trailer to transport equipment to events.
This group will be able to construct a skateboard and BMX park with help from a Lottery award. Young people have been involved in researching the need for a park and the new facilities will provide a safe environment for them to practice skateboarding and socialise. It is also hoped that by providing a specialist environment and stimulating activities that it will help to reduce incidence of anti social behaviour within the town.
This funding will contribute towards extra coaches and equipment to met the growing needs of the club and also to develop a girls football team.
Beckley Preschool Playgroup will be able to buy a range of computer and audio visual equipment with help from a Lottery award. The new equipment will be used to teach the children IT skills and expand the range of learning resources available to include listening games and digital photography.
With help from a Lottery grant Catsfield Parish Council will replace the current inadequate pavilion with a much needed new one. Once the new sports pavilion is in place, new youth teams will be set up to provide local young people with the chance to play football and cricket in a club side.
Training and new equipment
With help from a Lottery grant Patch Pre-School will send their staff, volunteers and committee members on a range of training courses. These courses will develop skills in special needs provision, first aid, planning, birth to three matters and creative play. This will help the pre-school to deliver the new Birth to Three framework and provide a higher level of care.
Pestalozzi International Village Trust will start providing a series of gardening activities for people with learning difficulties. These will be designed to meet the individual needs of participants, maximise their potential and increase their knowledge of organic horticulture and gardening in general. The group will also run a gardening club for Pestalozzi students covering a mixture of garden crafts workshops and teaching about planting and growing vegetable using organic principles.
Bodiam Youth Project
Following a successful pilot project last year, Levetts Lane Residents Association will run weekly workshops for local young people. They will employ a youth leader to run a series of activities and will organise for the Nomad mobile youth bus to come and give talks on a variety of issues. The young people will also get the chance to go on a teambuilding course to help develop their self-confidence and social skills.
New Transport Services
This group provides a transport service for the elderly, vulnerable and disabled residents of the High Weald area of East Sussex. The group will use a Lottery grant to develop and support two new routes serving rural communities that have recently had public transport services withdrawn. A grant will help support patterns of use and assist in maintaining the social cohesion of vulnerable and isolated communities.
Street arts as part of festival
This society organises the annual Battle Festival a arts event designed to be fully inclusive. In order to encourage greater community participation, especially by young people, this year it will offer more street art activities for the first time. Workshops on circus skills, drumming and percussion for youngsters will take place during the event. An Awards for All grant will be used run youth workshops leading up to the event, the skills workshops during the day and additional publicity.
Fire Exit Signs
This project is to fit illuminated "exit signs" to the headquarters building followiing a health and safety check. This will enable the building to be used by other groups and for overnight training sessions. This will ensure the safe and speedy evacuation of the building if needed.
Mobile Youth Activities
This residents' association operates across a rural community which includes five villages. They will employ youth workers to travel around the area on a bus, engaging in outreach work. This work will include developing young people's self esteem, providing health information, creative arts sessions and consulting with them in order that their views can be included in local action plans.
Medieval Discovery Day
This charities education group works with and for schools to create special theme days to promote the advancement of education in the Rye area. This project is to hold a medieval discovery day which will provide a range of activities that visitors including the visually impaired can participate in. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the life during this period in a interactive, fun and informative environment.
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This group provide support to those who served in Burma or Pacific during 1939 -45 and encourage comradeship. This project is to support a luncheon which is held at the imperial war museum. This will allow the veterans to meet up and share experiences.
Mastersport and Play
The applicant is a community interest company who aim to provide activities that benefit all members of the different groups of people they represent throughout East Sussex; this includes sports activities at schools. Their project is to run different sports events throughout the year giving the opportunity for people to participate in these activities at their local school's sporting premises. This will benefit local residents of all ages and abilities.
Nifty Fifties 'Plus' Club
This over 50's club would use the grant to purchase two pool tables, a wheel chair, and to fund trips out for the members.
Moving the Rye Wurlitzer
This group, which works to preserve and put on shows with the historic 'Rye Wurlitzer Organ', will use the grant to pay for part of the costs of re-siting the organ and creating an organ pit and lifting mechanism to enable better use of the organ, and better use of the hall when not in use.
Etchinham and fontridge cricket club
This newly formed cricket club will purchase safety and playing equipment.
Refurbish and Update the Battle Memorial Hall Kitchen
This project is to install new kitchen facilities which will allow the hall users to carry out their own catering.