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Walkern Sports and Community Center Refurbishment
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled Walkern Sports and Community Center Refurbishment. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports
The John Pryor Centre
Funding under Sport England's Inspired Facilities funding programme for a Capital project titled The John Pryor Centre. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports
Funding under Sport England's COVID-19 Community Emergency Fund funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID-19 CEF. This project lists its main activity as Sport participation and capacity building
Grant to Living Room
over one year towards the costs of an external evaluation of The Living Room's rehabilitation work with people with addictions
Institution of Engineering and Technology
To enable teams of children from areas of social disadvantage in the UK take part in IET FIRST® LEGO® League.
Grant to Learning Through the Arts CIC
Forgotten: The British African Colonial Soldiers of WWII
Grant to Stevenage Museum
Stevenage and North Hertfordshire Suffrage Stories: 100 years of votes for women
Grant to Learning Through the Arts CIC
The Windrush: Seasons of Migration and Settlement
Community Home School Support
This school plan to hold cultural arts and music events, a homework club for ethnic minority students, parental workshops and home visits and support. It will also include extending learning through activities and two community events. The school will also offer community language sessions to celebrate the different cultures.
Martins Wood Garden
This Parent Teacher Association in Hertfordshire plan to develop a garden area at the entrance to the school using a team of 42 volunteers drawn from parents and staff. The volunteers will be assisted by Groundwork Hertfordshire to follow best practice and to develop a planting scheme in line with Stevenage Borough Council's biodiversity action plan. The group hope that this project will act as a catalyst for wider community use of the school's facilities.
Punjabi Music and Arts project
The group will hold music workshops for the local community featuring instruments and music technology. They will also hold bhangra and giddha classes and table a dhol classes, which will be available to the whole community as part of a Punjabi music and arts project.
This sea scout group will purchase new equipment to allow an increase in membership.
Symonds Green Community Centre Extension and Refurbishment
The project is to extend and refurbish the centre and this development grant will enable the group to develop their project further.
Lonsdale School Variety Club Minibus
This school for children with special needs will purchase a new minibus, which will be used for educational and recreational visits and enable the children to travel out into the wider community.
Indian Summer Festival
This new group will organise and run awareness events. The project will hold a festival for local people incorporating performing arts, music and crafts. Workshops for all ages will be held providing information about environmental issues and healthy lifestyles.
Get Holistic Health
This recently formed group promotes improvements to the conditions of life. They will use the award to create an education campaign for children in after school community sessions. In these sessions children will learn about good health, nutrition exercise and dental health. The sessions will also engage the parents. Brochures will be printed in both English and Swahili to cater for the whole community.
This is a project by a registered charity in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. The group will use the funding to purchase a new minibus which caters for people with more severe disabilities and is safer than their current one. This will increase access for people with a wider range of disabilities and enable the groups to undertake wider selection of trips for people in the community.
Wheelchair access compliance and disabled toilet at NMCC
This is a project by a community group in Hertfordshire. The group will use funding to improve disabled access to its facilities.
Come Cook with Me
This is a project by a voluntary community organisation in Hertfordshire. The group will use the funding to run healthy cooking sessions with the community, and then give them an opportunity to sit round a table and enjoy the prepared meals together.