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Disabled Access & Facilities
Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Disabled Access & Facilities. This project is a Bowls project, with a focus on beneficiaries with a disability.
Funding under Sport England's Tackling Inactivity in Colleges funding programme for a Revenue project titled Tackling Inactivity . This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Community Pocket Park
Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Community Pocket Park. This project is a Exercise & Fitness project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Cricket Nets Improvement Project
Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Cricket Nets Improvement Project. This project lists its main activity as Cricket
National Rollout Phase 3
Funding under Sport England's Secondary Teacher Training funding programme for a Revenue project titled National Rollout Phase 3. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Grant to The Hathershaw College
Conversion of a classroom to Food Technology & Nutrition classroom
Build A Future Rochdale (Young Care Leavers)
This project enables us to improve the choice of accommodation for care leavers in Rochdale by converting existing housing stock into self-contained trainer flats. Young people referred to the project will have been assessed (usually spending time in a ‘taster’ flat) by Children’s Social Care Services, information distributed via personal advisers/social workers.
Grant to Oldham Library
Brought to Book: The Yorkshire Street Murder
Grant to Regenda Homes
Views from Crime Lake - A cultural history of Hollinwood
Grant to Christ Church Friezland PCC
Urgent repairs to a listed place of worship on the 'Buildings at risk Register'
Grant to St Thomas Church Moorside Oldham
Repairs to Tower, Church of St Thomas, Moorside, Oldham
Grant to Moston Brook Friends Group
Remembering the First World War: Celebrating our Centenary Land
Grant to Chadderton Together
Foxdenton Hall - Creating a Community Asset
Zion Community Centre Outreach
The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to install a new boiler in their community centre. The project aims to improve the heating facilities so that existing to access services and activities throughout the year.
Letâ€™s Get Active Junior
The funding will be used to pilot a programme to increase physical activity amongst young people in the local community through boxing, street dance, capoeira and boxercise. The project aims to reduce levels of childhood obesity through increased physical activity.
our community hub
The funding will be used to upgrade building facilities and equipment in order for the organisation to expand the range of services and activities it can provide for the community. The project aims to improve the effectiveness of the organisation to respond to the needs of the community.
The group will run film making workshops and other sessions to educate disadvantaged children about child sexual exploitation. This will provide advice and support about staying safe online.
Represent Me: LGBT Young people's representation and resilience projec
The funding will be used to provide support resources, weekly health sessions, and to engage young lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people to improve representation in the media. The project aims to improve their health and wellbeing, and help promote understanding and acceptance and reduce discrimination.
Welcome to Oldham
This new project will develop a comprehensive support network across Oldham to help new arrivals settle into the community. The project provides a single point of contact to reduce the health and social inequalities experienced by migrants, whilst promoting community cohesion. The project will engage local residents with experience of migration and train them to become community volunteers, assisting with translation, providing friendship and offering support to help new arrivals settle into the area.
South Chadderton Methodist Church - Community Development Project
The group will improve and increase their services to meet the needs of the community by linking up with service providers, establishing new community groups and evaluating how the church can support the local community.