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Specialist Talks and Garden Visits in 2012
The Gardeners Club will arrange for seven speakers to give talks on specialist gardening subjects for members and they will also arrange a visit to a large garden. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£2,000 will fund speakers and transport.
Our Olympic Games 2012
Roch School Kids Club will promote healthy foods and Olympic themed active lifestyles to the children, staff and volunteers through a range of activities during the holiday and after school club. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£4,330 will fund healthy snacks, fridge, cleaner, cook it equipment, DVD-TV's, games consoles, craft materials, filing cabinets, sessional staff, sand pit, storage bunkers and banners.
2012 Programme of Activities
Ambleston And Tufton Senior Citizens will take members on a series of trips to places of interest. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£2,320 will fund transport, entrance and meals.
Summer Olympics 2012
Santes Ffair After School Club will celebrate the Olympics 2012 by arranging physical, cultural and craft activities for children attending the club. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£2,797 will fund workshops, cookery resources, Olympic fitness classes, art and craft materials, laptop, sessional staff costs, recycled play equipment, motor skills equipment, mobile telephone and storage.
ABC (Awareness in Bereavement Care) Training
Cruse Bereavement Care - All Pembrokeshire Branch will recruit new volunteers for the group's bereavement counselling service and provide them with training which will help meet the demands of increasing client numbers. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for Â£4,180 will fund fee for trainer, venue hire, accreditation fee and publicity costs.
Whisky and Water
Cyngor Henoed Dinas Cross Age Concern members will enjoy a programme of 4 outings including a river trip, a visit to the Welsh Whiskey Distillery, an outing to Tenby which will include a horse and carriage ride and a visit to Carmarthen Christmas market. This grant for Â£2,076 will fund coach transport for outings, entry fees, cost of activities, meals and booking costs.
Preseli Solar and Star Parties
The Preseli Astronomy Group will equip their club with the equipment required to deliver public lectures and engage the group members and the wider public in star gazing events. The project meets the Awards for All aim of extending access and participation. This grant for Â£4,830 will fund laptop, projector, telescope, telescope mount, show fee and solar PST.
Landsker Quilters 2012 Advancement Project
Landsker Quilters will arrange day trips, a short break, workshops and they will purchase equipment and storage. The project meets the Awards for All aim of increasing skills and creativity. This grant for Â£5,000 will fund storage, quilting equipment, transport, accommodation, entrance, workshops and venue hire.
Refurbishment of the former village school of Moylegrove
The project is to repair and improve the former village school donated to the village and used as a community centre, replacing the boiler and heating system, rewiring, replacing windows, improving plumbing and installing a disabled toilet, treating dry rot, repairing roof and guttering, installing a new kitchen and new floor, providing disabled access and creating increased meeting room space. The grant, over 1 year, will fund the capital refurbishment costs and professional and legal fees.
Cylch Meithrin Abergwaun Wdig a'r Fro
Cylch Meithrin Abergwaun Wdig ar Fro will complete their relocation to new premises in Fishguard which will enable them to increase the number of children attending the facility. The project meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for Â£4,300 will fund a storage cupboard, display boards, IT equipment, play equipment, stationery, and arts and crafts materials.
Stronger Communities: Better Services
Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Organisations will manage a diverse portfolio of 10 projects across the county. Target groups include carers, older people, those with learning disabilities, younger people and those with sensory impairment. The development grant of Â£22,028 will fund the salary of a part time development officer, communication costs, travel and subsistence, promotion and publicity and more detailed consultation with beneficiaries and stakeholders.
The Regency Hall, Saundersfoot
The aim of the project is to demolish and rebuild a modern, eco-friendly community hall for the benefit of the local community in Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire. The new hall will provide a financially sustainable, fully accessible hall, promote increased intergenerational understanding, social cohesion and increase the skills and knowledge of local people. The hall will provide improved facilities … more
Fishguard Network for Older People
Fishguard Senior Citizens Welfare Comimittee will go on a series of trips including Aberglasney House and Gardens and provide a regular newsletter for the community informing them of the groups regular trips. This grant of Â£2,756 will fund transport costs, admission charges to places of interest, photocopier and paper for newsletter.
Olympic 2012 In After School and Holiday Club
Broad Haven After School Club will run a holiday club 8am to 6pm, 5 days a week for 19 weeks. The holiday club will run activities promoting the Olympics. This grant of Â£3,742 will fund healthy food, craft materials, photocopying and advertising costs, play leader costs and assistant costs.
Marloes Recreational Area
Marloes Recreational Area will install a new play surface and playground equipment in their village. The new playground will feature a basket swing for disabled children and wheelchair-accessible benches to form a meeting place for the community. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'Extending access and participation'. This grant for Â£5000 will fund the purchase, delivery and installation of a new safety play surface, a basket swing and benches.
Learn more - Grow younger
The 55+ Club will enjoy a short break holiday to Shropshire, where they will visit sites of interest to their members including the RAF museum, Blists Hill and Coalport China museum. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving the quality of life'. This grant for Â£5000 will fund coach travel, entrance fees, two night's bed and breakfast and evening meals for 40 people.
Llain Las Social Club will equip the communal lounge in the sheltered housing complex with a projector, TV and electric piano for the resident's entertainment and will also arrange a series of trips for those able to participate. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£3,078 will fund projector, screen, flat screen TV, trolley stand, electric piano and transport.
Voluntary Patrol, Safety Cover and First Aid Training
Newgale Surf Life Saving Club will purchase new first aid and communications equipment and deliver training sessions for volunteers. This project meets the Awards for All aim of extending access and participation. The grant for Â£4,256 will fund first aid and communications equipment.
Treebog: A Waterless Composting Toilet
Ruskin Mill Trust Limited will site two composting toilets at Plas Dwbl benefitting both the students and the community when working or walking in the more remote areas of the farm land. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£4,500 will fund 2 tree bogs.
Fishguard & Goodwick Young Persons Trust Limited will purchase a set of mountain bikes together with safety equipment and a trailer to transport the bikes. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£5,000 will fund mountain bikes, helmets, trailer, storage and insurance.