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Grant to Tir Coed
over three years as continuation funding towards the running costs of an organisation offering woodland skills training for disadvantaged young people in the Ceredigion area
Grant to Cymdeithas Aberaeron Society
The Aberaeron Story: interpreting and presenting our history and heritage
Grant to St Michael's Church Troedyraur
The repair of St Michael's Church Troedyraur and its use in the community
Grant to St Michael's Church, Eglwysfach
St Michael's Church, Eglwysfach
ParÃªd Gwyl Dewi Aberystwyth
ParÃªd Gwyl Dewi Aberystwyth will hold a St David's day parade with the aim of bringing the community together to celebrate Welshness, promote the Welsh language and unique Welsh traditions. This project meets the Awards for All aim of extending access and participation. The grant for Â£2,258 will fund marketing materials, travel costs and banners.
Jigso Sustainable Community Project
This project over three years will provide increased outreach services, family support and the development of poverty awareness and support across Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. This grant will fund a Senior Family Support Worker, three Family Support Workers, a Senior Outreach Family Support Worker, a Outreach Family Support Worker, expenses of project staff and volunteers, training for staff and volunteers, monitoring and evaluation and marketing and publicity.
Knit & Chat
Knit and Chat in Penparcau will enjoy three outings to places of interest such as the National Woollen Mill in Drefach Felindre. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving the quality of life'. This grant for Â£1,080 will fund coach travel.
Clwb Twts, Cywion ac Adar Aeron will encourage a positive approach to physical activity and promote a healthy lifestyle for children attending the club. The project will meets the Awards for All Wales aim of increasing the quality of life. This grant for Â£4,836 will fund a project worker, protective clothing, water-play equipment, outside games equipment, outdoor tables and shelter.
Aber Actif Woods
Coetiroedd Dyfi Woodlands in Machynlleth will use the grant to run a series of weekly sessions in local woodlands for people with mental health issues and Autistic spectrum disorders. This project meets the Awards for All aims of 'improving quality of life' and 'increasing skills and creativity'. This grant for Â£4,403 will fund a project leader, project assistant, administration, transport and materials.
VINE (Volunteering In the Natural Environment) Pilot
Tir Coed will run an innovative 12 week Volunteering in the Natural Environment pilot project in the Heads of the Valleys area. The pilot will encourage vulnerable and disadvantaged groups to value the countryside and natural environment, offering training opportunities that will develop their social and vocational skills whilst providing an improved resource for community use. This grant for Â£4,996 will fund sessional tutor costs, travel expenses, accreditation, equipment and refreshments.
Gweithgareddau er budd henoed Felinfach a'r cylch
Henoed Felinfach A'r Cylch / Felinfach Old People's Welfare will run a series of activities for their members. They will undertake first aid training, organise a day trip and purchase office equipment. This project meets the Awards for All aims of extend access and participation and increase skills and creativity. The grant for Â£1,630 will fund first aid training and books, bus hire, entry fees, venue hire, hiring equipment for fundraising events, office equipment and travel expenses.
Educational and Recreational Project for Senior citizens in the community
Grwp Coffi Llanon Coffee Group will take members on a series of trips throughout the year providing social interaction and reducing isolation. The project meets the Awards for All Wales aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£3,960 will fund transport costs.
Clwb Ilar will run an electronic themed project for club members to increase confidence around photography, gadgets and electronics in general. The project meets the Awards for All Wales aim of increasing skills and creativity.This grant for Â£4,335 will fund sessional staff costs, laptop and accessories, projector and screen, digital camera and accessories, Xbox, Kinect, games, interactive toys, magnetic connection and activity materials.
Bringing People Together
Llys Owen Social Club will provide a range of activities and trips for residents of the housing scheme. The project meets the Awards for All Wales aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for Â£5,000 will fund a TV and stand, music system, computer, camera and transport.
WBKA Website Redesign
Cymdeithas Gwenynwyr Cymru/ The Welsh Beekeepers' Association will redesign their website to present a more professional site and also to encourage younger people to take up an interest in the subject. The project meets the Awards for All aim of extending access and participation. This grant for Â£4,550 will fund a bilingual website.
Clwb Plant Tregaron will make physical exercise fun and exciting for the children attending the club by purchasing new indoor and outdoor play equipment and running a series of Zumba classes. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving the quality of life'. This grant for Â£4,166 will fund sessional worker costs, protective clothing, indoor and outdoor play equipment, tables, chairs and an outdoor shelter.
Visit to RNAS Museum, Yeovilton
The Royal Air Forces Association Cardigan Branch. No 278 will enjoy a short-break holiday to Somerset where they will visit the Royal Naval Air Service Museum. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving the quality of life'. This grant for Â£4,970 will fund coach travel and accommodation.
Participatory Arts Workshops
Small World Theatre Ltd will provide a series of participatory workshops during school holidays in the Cardigan area. The workshops will promote family involvement by encouraging whole families to play and socialise together. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving the quality of life'. This grant for Â£4,670 will fund workshop tutors, materials, publicity and venue hire.
Cae Kronberg Project
The project is for a development grant to develop a derelict area of wasteland into a 'green plaza' and skate park to provide an attractive open air community amenity that links Aberystwyth Town and the former Communities First area of Penparcau and West Aberystwyth. Activities will benefit all ages and includes skateboarding, public art trails, outdoor sports and environmental activities. The one year grant is for capital development costs including professional costs and fees.
Access at Coed Maidie B Goddard
North Ceredigion Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales will install new waymarkers and a bridge at Coed Maidie B Goddard nature reserve, improving community access. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'extending access and creativity'. This grant for Â£2,240 will fund waymarkers, bridge materials, leaflet printing and leaflet holders.