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Towards play-area co-ordinator
Towards play-area co-ordinator to organise quality play activities for children aged 3-13 years
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people in Irthlingborough. The project is to purchase purpose-built chairs to accommodate more disabled people in the group's activities.
This group provides guiding opportunities for young people. The project is to purchase additional camping equipment to allow the group to cater for demand. A trailer will also be purchased to allow easier transportation of equipment to events.
Summer Holiday Club
The school will use the grant to provide a free summer holiday club for pupils. During the sessions the activities will include the design of a mosaic depicting local parish life to adorn the entrance to the school. Pupils will work alongside a local professional artist and a local history society.
Outings and activities
The group provides a range of activities for all women in the community. The project will provide new activities, such as a craft group, a keep fit group and outings to London and Birmingham, which will also attract new members. The award is for room hire, instructor fees, publicity and outings
The group supports the school through fundraising, volunteering and organising events. The project is to celebrate and explore the 75 year history of the school. This will involve an exhibition, an illustrated lecture by a local historian and a number of activities including re-enactments of 1930s scenes by a theatre company. The award will fund exhibition costs and equipment.
The group provides a youth club for children and young people aged 10 to 18. The project is to set up a learning club to support their educational needs. The award is for computers, software and projector.
The scout group will attend two camps, run educational trips and train leaders in various activities such as archery. This will allow the group to expand and develop. The award is for camps, trips, transport and leader training.
History of Finedon
The group aims to advance the education of the public in the local history of Finedon Parish by conducting research, keeping written and visual records. The award will allow them to set up safe storage facilities for records/archives and set up external presentations to schools and local groups. The award is for storage, exhibition items and external presentations.
The group provides a mediation service for people in Wellingborough and the surrounding area. The project will provide a 6 day training course for 10 volunteers to enable them to become trained mediators for the group.
Refugee Access and Information Centre
Advice and support to help refugees integrate into the Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, community will be provided by a range of service providers in the Victoria Centre.
Development of new senior teams and ground improvements.
This group provides football activities for young people. The project is to increase participation by starting a new senior team and therefore offer the opportunity to play competitive and non-competitive football to all ages regardless of their abilities; new goalposts will also be added for health and safety reasons.
To train,support&empower disadvantaged young people to train& support other
This three year project will develop three new initiatives to be run by young people for young people. These initiatives have been identified by young people as peer mentoring, drama, and group work, and will allow young people to share their life experiences and to help and support each other. _x000B__x000B_The project will be delivered within the areas of Wellingborough, East Northants, and Corby.
This group provides firing ranges which attract competitors from the Midlands and East Anglia. The project is to build a new club room for the group. The group participates in activities all year round and a dry and heated area is essential for competitors. The new club room will encourage additional entrants and activities from a wider area and will have wheelchair access fitted.
Hope Project Community House
The project will purchase an existing community building and refurbish it to provide a multi-functional community facility for local residents.
After school clubs
This school will provide a series of before and after school activity clubs. Sports, arts, literacy, numeracy fitness, breakfast and homework clubs will be put on for all pupils, parents and the local community to attend.