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RIB safety boat
This branch of the British Sub Aqua Club provides opportunities for people to be trained in scuba diving and participate in exploration of the underwater environment. With help from a Lottery grant it will buy safety and training equipment for its new RIB safety boat.
Increase in access to skills
Development of the current project funded by the Big Lottery Fund, which provides childcare for 16 children between 6 months and 5 years so that the mothers can learn English, literacy and numeracy skills or receive domestic violence counselling.
With help from a Lottery grant Mayford Village Hall will fence off the grass area at the back of the hall. This will provide a safe outdoor area for children that use the hall to play in. At the moment the area lies next to the car park and public footpath so cannot be used.
Purchase sports equipment
With help from a Lottery grant the Surrey County Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs will buy sporting equipment and arrange coaching sessions at various venues to maximise the development of its members, broaden individual skills and improve their health and fitness. County tournaments will also be arranged for members and non-members to participate.
An award will enable this group to train mothers within the local community to provide support for new mothers. A study of Asian women within the community identified that they would prefer a helper to be from the same ethnic group as themselves.
Insatlaltion of an Induction Loop Hearing System
This Maybury Centre is a multi-cultural community centre which hires out its facilities to the local community. This award will allow the group to fully install a loop hearing system in their Community Centre which will benefit all users whose hearing is impaired.
Chinese CommunityYouth Cultural & Development
The Chinese Association of Woking promotes Chinese education, culture and traditions and organises social events and celebrations of Chinese festivals. With a Lottery grant it will expand its range of activities for young people by training a Youth Lion Dance group to perform in festivals and public events. It will also enhance its website by creating a youth corner to produce regular reports and coverage of community events from a youth's point of view.
Training & diving equipment
WAG 9213 Diving Club will be able to encourage more people to try scuba diving with help from a Lottery award. A grant will pay for additional equipment and instructor training so that the club can run introductory taster sessions that will give people the opportunity to try diving without the expenses of having to buy their own equipment.
Into The Community
This branch of St John Ambulance have recently moved into this very ethnically diverse neighbourhood in the Woking area. This project is to hold workshops and seminars covering a varied range of topics such as basic first aid and stroke awareness. This will raise awareness of the group and the services they provide as well as providing vital first aid training and information for hard to reach members of the community.
Expedition + Outdoor Skills Training
New equipment purchased will enable the explorer section of this scout group to hold camps and outdoor skills training events without having to hire or borrow equipment from other suppliers or scout groups. The project is to purchase tents and camping utensils to enable more young people to train for and gain scouting and Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
Kingfield Fitness Club
The school will establish an after school athletics club facilitated by qualified coaches. The club will develop the skills of the children and will provide links to local sports clubs.
Make Your Mark
This award will fund an arts and crafts roadshow with volunteers and freelance artists.
Provide a safe and comfortable drop-in centre for the young people of the t
This three-year project will offer a drop in centre for disadvantaged young people in the Woking area, including a recording studio, Internet cafÃ© and a performance area.