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Towards the Maybury Centre Project
Towards the Maybury Centre Project for people with learning and/or physical disabilities
Crescent Summer School Project
Towards the Crescent Summer School Project helping children and young people from disadvantaged and deprived areas of Luton
Refurbishment of heating system
Community Centre uses an award to extend the heating system in order to be able to accommodate increased use of this centrally located community building - it is essential to upgrade the heating system to provide the required level of background heating for the comfort of participants in the wide range of community activities held including contact with council services
Performing arts workshops
Community group working with adults with severe learning difficulties_x000B_uses an award to be able to run a series of workshops projects - one as part of the National Theatre Youth Project 'Connections' and subsequently within a County Council Conference on 'Inclusion' where the group will facilitate workshops for people working with people with Special Needs - Razed Roof members being role models - demonstrating their performing arts skills gained through workshops
Everyday Sports Campaign
Company Limited by Guarantee set up and operating the former St Edmundsbury leisure facilties applies to provide a high profile information roadshow using a mobile exhibition unit to distribute health and fitness campaign packs to the general public, part of the 'Everday Sports' campaign encouraging participation in sports and physical exercise as a contributor to improved health. Roadshow is also supported by CSVmedia, BBC Radio and TV Stations as well as Sport England
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
Eating Disorders Charity uses an award to be able to hold activities and events to bring National Eating Disorders Awareness week to the attention of the wider general public and promote greater interst and awareness of the issues to encourage better health through improved diet
Garden Maintenance Service
Expansion of 'Greenfingers' Project, which provides an affordable garden maintenance service for elderly and disabled residents in Braintree District. Award will help meet the needs of residents on the waiting list and those in the more rural parts of the District.
Group runs a furniture recycling scheme, collecting unwanted furniture and redistributing it to people in need. This award will update their computing, telephone and database facilities to enable them to manage their scheme more efficiently, over a larger area and to serve more people.
Group will celebrate its centenary by delivering a festival of choral music, which will feature a children's choir and a new composition written especially for the event.
Mobile Gardening Team
Group will establish a new mobile gardening team, which will a) give supported volunteering opportunities to people with mental health issues and b) offer a gardening service to disadvantaged clients who cannot manage their own gardens.
Roof Repairs - Keeping weatherproof
Hall is the only gathering place in the village and central meeting point. It is the venue for local activities and community meetings. In order to ensure safe use of the hall, award will be used to repair the roof.
Nursery School uses award to provide necessary safety features & extend opportunities for children to develop their motor skills as well as learning to play together using new equipment. Also addresses another safety issue by replacing partitition doors constituting a health and safety hazard
Organisation provides parenting support and workshops for families in Hertfordshire. The grant will be used to provide 15 workshops which will expand their parenting education service to new areas in the county.
Phase 1 of this charity's endeavour to renovate redundant fishing sheds has been successfull. This new phase will enable the building to house and properly display their collection recording the history of the local fishing community of Sheringham and the RNLI lifeboats as well as a number of shell sculptures.
Refurbishment of old building used by all guide and scout clubs in the area as well as local community groups will ensure that the building is fully accessible to all and provide modern, safe facilities.
Peterborough Environmental Project
Registered charity have created a wildlife haven and built a environmental education centre north of the River Nene. Having excavated two ponds and a waterfall an award will enable them to dry line the water features and position rocks along the waterfall, creating a natural, attractive addition to the area.
Registered charity uses an award to meet interim costs necessary to bring the building into early community use during the interim period between purchase and full refurbishment
Scout group uses award to upgrade exisiting flooring which has been damaged through other building work making it a health and safety issue.
The applicant will replace windows and doors in the village hall as part of a larger refurbishment and improvement project.