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The award will fund the further development of the existing playing area to enable more capapcity for games, which will also provide access for wheelchair users.
Want Me 2006
The project is to facilitate a young people's talent competition, to take place over a number of weeks from March. The grant will fund equipment and production costs.
North Regional Association for Sensory Support
This organisation provides a personal advocacy service to any person with a sensory loss (deaf and blind). Funding will be used to purchase IT equipment, office equipment and Satellite Navigation systems to allow the group, who currently cater for the Leeds area, to extend their service to people based in the North East.
This is a project to run painting workshops led by a professional artist, followed by an exhibition of work completed during the workshops. The grant will pay for tutor fees, room hire, materials, and equipment.
Video for children's charity to raise awareness
The project is to work with children with special needs, support community activities and work with disabled people. Events will include fun days, themed parties and sponsored activities. The equipment will be used as part of the project and to capture special moments and the videos can also then be sold to raise further funds.
The project is to run short courses such as basic computer skills, interpersonal skills and hobbies. It will also provide guest speakers, run social activities, improve the venue for group meetings and increase the numbers in the group.
Old Hall Primary School
The project will extend the playground and improve facilities by providing a multi use games area. This new area will provide improved facilities for after school groups, the Rainbows and a pre-school club as well as football, netball, and basketball classes.
Furniture store and recycle project
The YMCA Furniture Project aims to improve the quality of life for people in the Warrington area through breaking the cycle of homelessness by assisting with the early stages of new tenancies and ensuring that all the essential items needed by a family are provided to turn a property into a home.
to support disabled people of all ages to acheive their aspirations
This project aims to recruit community based volunteers in order to support disabled people of all ages to achieve their aspirations. With the help of the volunteers, Leonard Cheshire aims to create opportunities that will support service users to develop in confidence and enhance their skills. This will help them to integrate fully into community life, overcoming the social exclusion and isolation that will otherwise be faced by many.
Digital Image Scanning
The grant will fund a project to provide a permanent archive for a collection of over 650 glass lantern slides of past members work dating back over 60 years. The project will enable the society to have slides professionally scanned to provide a permanent archive and allow for digital projection.
The project is to update and refurbish the kitchen to provide greatly improved facilities for the use of community groups. The grant is for new kitchen, including cooker, fridge, utensils, lighting, door, sink unit and worktops, plumbing, flooring and blinds, as listed on form.
Road Show's Merchandise
The Senior's room at the Gateway in Warrington is used as a meeting place for older members of the community, also as an information point for people to talk to someone for advice, and to pick up leaflets. A photocopier and computer are required in order to reproduce leaflets. The grant will pay for a photocopier, computer, and roadshow 'hand-outs'
Alcohol Awareness Film
This group has been established to work with young people in the community to make films about health and social issues relevant to the participants. This award will fund the equipment the group requires to make its first film, concerning alcohol awareness. editing software, computer, DV recorder and recordable DVD's.
Warrington Hindu Cultural Organisation aim to provide a range of sporting and recreational activities for all ethnic communities in Warrington. The sessions will focus on encouraging more adults to get actively involved in sport. The group will run classes for men and women as well as mixed sessions. These will be run alongside the community coaching sessions for children to allow parents with childminding problems the chance to attend.
Retracing RAF Military History
The grant will fund a project for ex-service personnel to visit RAF stations and war museums all over the country, which will bring back memories to those who served in war and peacetime at various RAF stations.
The grant will fund two Katakanu paddle/sail boats to be based at the Tatton Park Scout Outdoor Activities Centre, and for use at other locations. The equipment will expand the existing fleet and enable young people, particularly those with disabilities, to develop skills in padding and sailing in a safe environment.
Evelyn Street Community Library
The grant will fund a community library facility at the school with books and PCs available both in and outside of school hours.
Rixton with Glazebrook Pre School
This is a project to maintain a high standard of continuous professional development with staff. Staff will be sent on various courses including first aid, hygiene, and child protection. The courses will benefit both the staff, and the children attending. The grant will pay for various training for professional development.
Provision of uniforms for band members
This group promotes and encourages the culture and advancement of pipe band music in the Warrington area. The project will purchase uniforms for 5 new members so they can attend band events.
This community association are responsible for the annual carnival. The project will fund improvements to the carnival with the aim of attracting more visitors.