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projector and equipment
A focus group and a spirituality group will be set up to look at issues of income and mental health. In order to facilitate this work and other projects, a laptop, projector and equipment will be purchased.
The pavilion will be upgraded to improve facilities to enable current groups and new groups to use the facility.
Local history archives
Equipment will be purchased to enable the group to carry out archiving sessions about people's memories of Rodbourne village.
Eucalyptus Replacement Project Phase 2 - Cameroon
In the northwest of Cameroon there has been largescale eucalyptus planting, which has been used for fuel and a source of income generation for men. However, water tables have lowered as a result so there is less available for households and for domestic subsistence farming. This project aims to improve local water supplies and to enable women to farm close to home, therefore also enabling improvements in health and children's education.
Community mediators will be trained to be able to deal with non legal and non violent neighbour disputes.
The project will provide support for parents of children under 5 years old by setting up a telephone helpline and providing training sessions, support for new and existing parent and toddler groups as well as holding a conference.
Waste Education Programme
Waste educations workshops will be run promoting creative play through waste education.
Taking Music To The People
A choir will purchase portable risers to enable easier access to a variety of different community venues to put on their performances.
Waste Education Programme
Waste education workshops will be run. This project is aimed at children, parents, teachers with the aim of promoting creative play through waste education.
Getting into the past - new futures for young people
The project will create life changing experiences for disadvantaged young people through intense activity placements at Trust properties. Participants will receive mentored life, team and workplace skills, preparing them for adult life. YP from three regions will take part in a Prince's Trust Team programme followed by a varied palette of job tasters lasting approximately two weeks.
This Royal British Legion branch will improve their facilities with disabled toilets and a baby changing room.
specialist music workshops
The Charity exists to give young people access to music making. The award will be used to hold a series of specialist workshops for 100 young people to encourage their talent and improve skills. The project will culminate in a public concert.
75th Anniversary & Update of the club facilities
To celebrate the club's 75th anniversary, the bowls club will run open days to encourage more members. This will be open to people of all ages. During the closed season they will improve their facilities by refurbishing their surroundings.
Partners Summer Workshops
The group works with people of all ages who have learning difficulties, physical disabilities, sensory disabilities or those using mental health services. They will use their award to work with a local group of people with disabilities known as 'Partners' through provision of a series of workshops to develop participants artistic skills and creativity.
Management Business Training
The group will use the Award to help users of mental health services to deliver training to enable 200 colleagues to improve their business and employment skills.
Start Up Activities
This new group will hold a launch event, purchase equipment and run training courses to help members integrate into work and social activities.
The NATHAN Project
Biomass heating systems will be installed at twelve National Trust properties. The systems will reduce annual carbon emissions by 1200 tonnes and provide opportunities to show the technology to 1.5 million annual visitors to these sites.
This registered charity will use an award to put on 6 road shows. Children will be participating in creative workshops which will increase their skills and development.
Swindon Dhol and Bhangra
The group will use the award to offer dance and drumming workshops for 70 local young people.
Training & Developing Fooball Referees
This referees' association will use an award to purchase IT equipment to enable them to deliver their training programme.