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A Second World War Veteran from Manchester has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to South Africa in Feb 06_x000B__x000B__x000B__x000B_Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
The church will conduct a feasibility study into the need for a replacement community building that will better meet the needs of the local community.
Red Rose Forest Community Training Calendar
This group is planning a full calendar of 14 training opportunities for people to develop skills and to be involved in their local green spaces. Training includes community gardening training, willow skills training, orchard skills training and wood turning training.
The group will use the award to construct storage bays, fencing and for the clearance and removal of overgrown vegetation on a number of allotment plots. The new developed area will be used to hold a number of social events and activities for plot holders, their families, and the local community.
Infrastructure support for Out of School Club
The project will provide culturally sensitive, out-of-school activities for Jewish Orthodox girls aged 8-15 years. Activities will include drama, dance, keep-fit, and a range of art sessions. Beneficiaries include girls with a learning disability and the project aims to increase the opportunities for social interaction, reduce isolation and improve self esteem.
to improve the quality of life of disabled people in Salford
The project will develop networks to enable people with a disability to participate in forum activity and engage in influencing local service development and community planning issues. Assistive technology and individually developed support packages will enable older people with a disability who are unable to leave their home to contribute to decision making activities that affect their lives.
A project, run by All Souls After School Club, to provide an out of hours childcare service for children aged between 3 and 11 years, from the Weaste and Seedley area of Salford City. This project is taking place in the All Souls Primary School. Storage Units, Play Equipment.
This is a project to install disabled toilets at the local Royal British Legion in order for more older people to be able to use the facility for social gatherings and fund raising events.
Junior Kayaking Club
The grant will fund a junior kayaking club to be set up in the school, together with primary feeder schools. The project will offer free sessions and provide volunteer and coach training along with essential equipment to help deliver the sessions. The project will target minority and disadvantaged young people.
New Breakfast Club
This is a project to run a breakfast activity club at St Pauls Peel School for local children aged 3-11 to attend to have a healthy breakfast, and to play and learn in a safe, caring environment with different equipment + facilities.
This is a project to gate/fence off areas of the Newearth terraces in order to improve safety and piece of mind for the residents. Within the alleygated areas, the group plan to create a small garden with shrubs and quiet seating areas.
This new group has been set up to establish and develop community media projects in Salford. With the grant it will produce a pilot issue of the Salford Star community magazine that will be written and produced by residents of East Salford. The residents will be training in journalism and graphical photography and the magazine will be distributed to 15,000 homes in the area. facilitator fees, printing, distribution, insurance, marketing, travel, materials, stationery and telephone.
St Andrews Methodist Primary School
The grant will fund a project to create an outdoor area including an adventure playground, wildlife garden, and tyre park. This will be used by children of the school and local community after school and during holidays.
A Personal and Social Development Service for Young People
The project will provide an engaging and motivational programme of personal, social and physical development activities to meet the needs of young people with neurological disorders, such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Asperger's Syndrome. This will improve confidence, self esteem and social skills so they are able to manage their condition.
Equipment for the Group
The award will purchase new equipment for various different activities, and trips.
Bircas Ettel Devorah provide hundreds of meals every week to members of the Manchester Orthodox Jewish Community who are in a situation where the main carer cannot provide family meals. This is a project to purchase new cooking and catering appliances for the community kitchen. Due to the growth in need within the community, and more meals being cooked, more appliances are required to cater for this. The grant will pay for fridge, freezer, cooking range, sinks, shelves, and storage.
Sadya Shmuel Liberow Library
This is a project to expand and improve the services offered by this book loan service for children from the Jewish community. A new computer is also required to improve the organisation and efficiency, plus some basic furniture. The grant is for ethnically sensitive reading materials, repair and binding equipment, computer and printer, volunteer expenses and furniture.
ICT Happy Hour
This is a project to run ICT Happy Hours once a week for a course of 39 weeks for children and their parents to attend in order to improve their ICT skills in a social environment.
Ladywell Cafe Advice Sessions
The award will fund expenses and equipment for a project to start weekly advice sessions in the cafe.
A social enterprise radio production organisation dedicated to those that feel misrepresented in mainstream radio, the project is to build on existing training opportunities to provide further training for volunteers wishing to be involved in a wider project linked to a framework for Salford though the Urban Regeneration Company. The 20 year old project will continue to seek thoughts and feelings of local people and views of transformation of the area.