Lottery grants awarded to East Midlands

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30,480 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
3 May 2016 Rothersthorpe Village Hall

The group will use the funding to create an accessible toilet in the village hall to make the building accessible to all. This will improve the facilities for existing user groups and encourage new users.

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 The Bythams Primary School

The school will use the funding to improve the outdoor play facilities. This will encourage children to take part in physical activity, in all weathers, and lead to healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 Rushden Pensioners Forum

The group will use the funding to offer a series of events and day trips for older people. This will reduce their feelings of isolation and benefit their wellbeing.

£5,814 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 Montrose Primary School

The school will use the funding to redevelop an overgrown ravine into a Forest School. This will provide a stimulating learning environment improving beneficiaries? development and life skills.

£5,011 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 Manor Park Infant and Nursery School

The school will use the funding to install a covered outdoor area. This will increase children's participation in physical activities and improve health and wellbeing

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 Mansfield Woodhouse Community Development Group

The group will use the funding to install a new central heating boiler. This will improve the facilities by making it more energy efficient and useable all year round for people to access a range of activities.

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 Lakeside Community Primary School

The school will use the funding to refurbish their outdoor play area. This will improve the play facilities available to the community, increasing beneficiaries? confidence and physical skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 East Notts Travellers Association (ENTA)

The group will use the funding to build capacity, infrastructure and improve the way in which it supports the needs of travellers who are experiencing the effects of racism and safety issues. This will improve service delivery.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 Sutton Road Parent Teacher Association

The group will use the funding to start a playgroup for children from disadvantaged families that will help develop their social and motor skills through play.

£9,938 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2016 East Notts Travellers Association (ENTA)

The group will use the funding to build capacity, infrastructure and improve the way in which it supports the needs of travellers who are experiencing the effects of racism and safety issues. This will improve service delivery.

£8,355 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2016 YMCA Derbyshire

The organisation will work with vulnerable and disadvantaged young people, aged 18-30, who are residents at the YMCA Campus in Alvaston. They will be provided with activities and opportunities to help them to take back control of their lives whilst their confidence and aspirations. Support will be dependent on individual?s needs but will last twelve months on average and provide them with the skills to seize the opportunities that will improve their life prospects.

£283,188 Big Lottery Fund
1 May 2016 Melbourne Road Allotment Holders Association

The group will use the funding to provide a new horticultural shop, meeting room and storage facility for their community allotment as the existing facility has recently been demolished due to health and safety concerns. This will enable and ensure the future use of this community building.

£6,829 Big Lottery Fund
1 May 2016 Huthwaite Hub

The group will use the funding to provide a large community hub where local people can take part in a variety of positive activities including woodwork, gardening, and joinery. This will provide relaxing and therapeutic activities for older men who are living with a variety of health issues, leading to healthier lifestyles.

£6,429 Big Lottery Fund
1 May 2016 Takeover Radio 103.2

The group will use the funding to deliver a series of ICT and radio broadcasting training sessions for young people who are NEET. This will equip those taking part with new transferable ICT and communications skills leading to new employment opportunities.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 Market Harborough Church of England Academy Trust

The group will use the funding to install a fitness playground for children with low fitness levels from the community. This will provide new outdoor play equipment and increase children?s physical exercise.

£9,448 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 The Brigg Infant School

The school will use the funding to develop their existing outdoor area for the benefit of children, including children with special educational needs. This will give the children an opportunity to develop their physical abilities.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 Lynds Close Luncheon Club

The group will use the funding to purchase new equipment for its luncheon club activities that support the needs of older who are experiencing the effects of isolation. This will better address the needs of older people.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 The Nottingham Arimathea Trust

The group will use the funding to create a community allotment and cookery sessions for refugee and asylum seekers. This will provide beneficiaries? with skills to live healthily on a budget and improve integration.

£9,965 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 Barrow Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to create a community computer suite. This will enable disadvantaged local people to access online services and gain new IT skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2016 Christopher Winch

light house keeping

£14,605 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 Richard Douglas

Refugee

£8,910 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 Carl Sealeaf

Pangaea Poetry Slam 2016

£14,648 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 Glossop Concert Society

Glossop Music Festival

£5,590 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 Priya Mistry

Musical Mental Health Cabaret

£17,130 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 Unanima Theatre

Unanima CPD

£13,520 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 Training Ship Broadsword Sea Training Corps

A project to promote health, fitness and training for disadvantaged people. The scheme will include lunch clubs, coffee mornings, outdoor bowling, nutrition classes, IT workshops, advice surgeries, and English Language training for isolated and hard to reach older people. It will also include sports coach training for unemployed young people, and summer holiday activities for working parents and young children. The project aims to benefit 300 people weekly.

£336,908 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2016 OPUS Music CIC

Embedding Music in Children s Hospitals

£95,610 Arts Council England
28 Apr 2016 97C Well for Life (WFL)

The group will use the funding to offer drop-in health screening sessions for people with long term health conditions including HIV, cancer and diabetes. This will provide them with access to information and support enable them to manage their conditions more effectively.

£9,894 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2016 Ermine Primary Academy

The school will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment to encourage safe play during extracurricular time. This will improve a community play facility to raise children?s aspirations and experiences.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2016 Witham Hill Gymnastics Club

Witham Hill Gymnastics Club - Growth & Retention

£6,000 Sport England
27 Apr 2016 The University of Lincoln

Lincolnshire Diversity in the Arts: Research and Development

£37,083 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2016 Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV)

LOV Music

£27,000 Arts Council England
26 Apr 2016 Leicester Urban Arts

The group will use the funding to provide work experience, internships and training for NEET young people, young offenders and those at risk of offending. This will enable beneficiaries to learn a range of transferable skills in marketing, PR, project management, research and media leading to improved employability prospects.

£9,991 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2016 Restore In the Community

The group will use the funding to run holistic treatments and advice sessions for people in the local community with poor physical and mental ill health. This support and help will improve health and quality of life.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2016 New Futures Project

The new ?Exiting Programme? will support sex workers in Leicester through a long term programme aimed at facilitating and supporting exit from prostitution and associated chaotic lifestyles. It has been piloted with a small group of existing beneficiaries who have since been able to live healthier lives, reduce their exposure to physical and emotional risk and increase their stability and wellbeing.

£489,756 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2016 Lincolnshire Sports Partnership

CSP Funding 2014-17

£23,957 Sport England
22 Apr 2016 Borrowash Victoria AFC Academy

The group will use the funding to create a physical activity programme throughout the year for children who may be living with learning issues. This will enable beneficiaries to engage in physical activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2016 Nettleham Church of England Aided JuniorSchool

The school will use the funding to create an adventure fitness trail. This will encourage children to take part in physical activity and lead to healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2016 Seely Out Of School Club

The group will use the funding to provide free fitness activities aimed at SEN children who are at risk of obesity. This will improve beneficiaries? health and wellbeing.

£5,599 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2016 Friends of Staveley King George V Park

The group will use the funding to hold an open day as well as purchase branding and equipment that can be used to promote themselves and improve the park facilities. This will raise awareness of the park within the community and improve the facilities available for community use.

£5,920 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2016 Leicester City of Sanctuary

They will develop their befriending service for asylum seekers by facilitating member led skills classes, delivering information programmes to increase understanding in the community and improving IT systems to increase efficiency. This will help to increase prospects for beneficiaries, whilst improving community cohesion. Volunteer opportunities allow asylum seekers to give back to their new host country and helps them to build CVs they will need for employment opportunities if they remain.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2016 Original Step Performers

The group will use the funding to deliver creative arts workshops for young people in the local area. This will use the arts as a vehicle to engage local beneficiaries in positive social activities and reduce isolation.

£7,900 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 Vine Community Church

One to one support for older people, individuals and their carers affected by mental ill-health, are lonely or isolated through disability, illness, loss and bereavement. Through free home visiting in rural and other areas of high need a co-ordinator and volunteers will develop individual help and support plans to help them rebuild their confidence through befriending, mentoring and social activities.

£173,688 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 NIDAS

This project will support victims of domestic violence and abuse who wish to leave an abusive relationship or require help overcoming their experiences. To enable them to be in a stronger position help will include a confidential face-to-face service and a telephone helpline. An increase in demand for their services means they will need to increase their ability to respond to help more quickly, provide guidance for men and help beneficiaries move forward as a family with more specialist support.

£443,285 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 Nuthall Parish Council

The group will use the funding to hold a tea party to celebrate the Queens?s 90th Birthday for the benefit of older people within the community. This will reduce social isolation and strengthen links in the community.

£972 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 Deanshanger Primary School

The school will use the funding to install a climbing frame in a redundant area of the playground. This will improve children's health and social development.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 Evington Valley Primary School

The school will use the funding to create a new outdoor learning area. This will create a new resource that that the community can access and enjoy.

£9,084 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2016 Fifth Word

Commisssions Programme

£15,000 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2016 National Trust - Gunby Hall

Natural Connections (working title)

£13,499 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2016 Burton Joyce Primary School PTA

The school will use the funding to provide an intergenerational project with families to enable them to support SEND children with new technology. This will improve the beneficiaries? information and communication technology skills.

£9,918 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2016 The Cedar Wildlife Project Community Interest Company

The group will use the funding to host a series of art workshops using local wildlife as subjects for isolated older people. This will provide a social outlet helping to reduce isolation and loneliness.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2016 Withern Village Hall Committee

The group will use the funding to purchase new furniture and catering equipment for their village hall. This will enable the local community to make greater use of the facility.

£5,329 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 Charnwood Athletic Club

The group will use the funding to deliver a programme of exercise classes for older people who are at risk of the effects of social isolation and ill health. This will encourage those taking part to adopt healthier lifestyle choices.

£9,530 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 St George's Academy

The school will use the funding to purchase a variety of camping equipment and clothing for a year-long expedition project. This will provide students from disadvantaged backgrounds with the opportunity to learn new skills outside the classroom environment, increasing their independence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 Easton On the Hill Parish Council

The group will use the funding to install vehicle activated signs to be rotated at four locations in this rural village for drivers. This will alert drivers? awareness of their speed for slower and careful driving, increasing safety on the road and reducing road accidents.

£5,486 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 Highbank Primary School

The school will use the funding to install a weatherproof cycle shelter for pupils, staff and visitors. This will provide a new secure storage facility to encourage more beneficiaries to cycle to school, increasing fitness and reducing motor vehicle traffic to create a safer environment.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 Glenmere Community Primary School

The school will use the funding to install an outdoor play area. This will improve the environment and provide opportunities for creative outdoor play.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2016 North Hykeham RUFC

Training Area Mobile Lighting

£10,000 Sport England
17 Apr 2016 Oakham Home Gardens & Allotments Society

The group will use the funding to replace boundary fencing on their allotment site. This will improve the site, securing it against thefts, vandalism and make it safer for users.

£8,870 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2016 Hardwick Primary School

The school will use the funding to fit all weather flooring. This will encourage social interaction and community cohesion.

£9,568 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2016 Lane End Farm Trust

The group will use the funding to provide gardening facilities for young people who are living with disabilities. This will engage beneficiaries in positive social activities and lead to better chances in life.

£9,351 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Glossop and District Volunteer Bureau

The group will use the funding to deliver a series of community events including art, dance, gentle exercise and afternoon tea. This will engage local people in positive social activities and reduce isolation.

£7,449 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Longmoor Primary School

The school will use the funding to create an outdoor play area. This will encourage children to take part in healthy physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Vista

Improving access to First World War heritage for people with sight loss

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Serendipity-UK

Lost Legends: 30 years of BHM in Leicester education, arts and community programmes

£64,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Cotterstock Parochial Church Council - St Andrew's Church

Cotterstock Bells Memorial Project

£49,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Gotham Parish Council

Restoration of Gotham Well House, creating wheelchair access and including information boards

£26,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Benchmark Community Learning CIC

Visit our past

£56,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Stoney Wood Group

Stories of Stoney Wood

£7,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Deep Roots Tall Trees

Our Woods exploring the heritage of Corbys urban woodlands

£9,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Velo Club Lincoln

Velo Club Lincoln Young Guns Development Pathway

£9,416 Sport England
13 Apr 2016 Sonophilia

Sonophilia 2016

£26,035 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 Evington Valley Primary School

Evington Included, Evington Celebrated

£3,350 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 Cosmopolitan Arts CIC

The group will use the funding to deliver a festival with participatory creative events for the community. This will enable beneficiaries to access an event that will celebrate cultural diversity and promote community cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Mundy Parent Teacher Association

The group will use the funding to provide horticultural workshops to be delivered at intergenerational community events. This will provide opportunities for beneficiaries to come together and increase community engagement and cohesion.

£9,752 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Nottinghamshire County Sailing Club

NCSC - Expansion of Clubhouse - Phase 1

£75,000 Sport England
13 Apr 2016 L4A

They will extend their creative storytelling with older people living in care to incorporate 10 new care homes where staff will be trained in techniques of storytelling. This will help to further improve wellbeing of an increased number of beneficiaries, and will increase the sustainability of the project. Sessions include stimulating sense memories by having props to see and touch and foods to smell and eat and they incorporate songs and poems, all of which encourage interaction and participation.

£43,600 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Home-Start Nottingham

The group will use the funding to install a boiler in the community centre for the benefit of young families who are experiencing issues surrounding post-natal depression or family bereavement. This will make the facility more energy efficient and useable all year round.

£6,756 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Reepham Church of England Primary School

The group will use the funding to install a nature cabin and eco toilet on their field. This will give the local community a hub to come together and learn about nature, strengthening young people?s knowledge of nature, encouraging communication and learning between all generations of the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Sturton Cygnets Preschool

The group will use the funding to replace the pre-school?s outdoor play equipment which is worn out and unsafe. This will enable children to participate in play activities that help development their social and communication skills.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Enter Edem

Origins

£14,720 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2016 Alice Vale

Icarus

£15,000 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2016 Shama Womens Centre

The Centre will work with recently bereaved BME women in Leicester to help them to continue to be an active part of the community and help them overcome barriers such as mental health, social and economic exclusion that may now impact on their well-being. Befrienders will be recruited and trained to support bereaved women. Projects will include confidence building workshops and activities.

£409,399 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Derby Museums

Joseph Wright's Arkwright's Mills and Willersley Castle

£166,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Glentham Parish Council

The group will use the funding to remove asbestos and replace the roof of their village hall. This will ensure it can remain a hub for the local community and an amenity that is available to all.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Woodland Grange Primary School

The school will use the funding to purchase and install play equipment and soft surfacing. This will improve the children's health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2016 Ruby Glaskin

US/UK artist development research (AIDF)

£2,650 Arts Council England
8 Apr 2016 Wriggle Dance Theatre

The Colour of Me - Devising & National Tour

£87,866 Arts Council England
8 Apr 2016 Liz Muge

Hubbub 2016

£35,540 Arts Council England
8 Apr 2016 Friends of Bolsover Parks

The group will use the funding to run their annual gala event for isolated communities. This will create community cohesion and reduce isolation.

£9,978 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2016 Gedling Sports Partnership

The group will use the funding to run a series of after school physical activity sessions for mothers and daughters enabling them to build on existing relationships and lead a more active lifestyle. This will increase participation in physical activities to improve health and well-being.

£8,480 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2016 Chayah Project

Young women aged 16-25 years who are survivors of DV, experiencing difficulties through homelessness and family breakdowns and who would otherwise turn to gangs for support will be matched with older women who will act as their mentors. Young women will be empowered to unlock their own potential through a comprehensive support network that will cover their individual academic, social and emotional needs and development.

£250,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Ignite!

Ignite!

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 City Arts (Nottingham) Ltd

The group will use the funding to upgrade its IT infrastructure. This will improve the way in which this organisation meets the needs of its service users and improve the delivery of its mental health support services.

£8,744 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Tat Con

The group will use the funding to deliver a community event to help people develop skills and strategies related to mental health wellbeing. This will increase community participation in activities with health benefits.

£6,470 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Glenfield Millennium Green Trust

The group will use the funding to improve and expand their existing play area, replacing worn out equipment. This will improve the appearance of the area and encourage children to engage in physical activity.

£5,902 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Rhubarb Farm CIC

The group will use the funding to purchase new tools and equipment. This will enable them to expand the service they provide to people dealing with the effects of issues such as addiction and mental ill health.

£7,663 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Friends of Hollycroft Park

The group will use the funding to stage a family event with recreational, craft, music and physical activities at the park. This will bring communities together to form a new social hub.

£1,900 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 City Arts Nottingham Ltd

The group will use the funding to upgrade its IT infrastructure. This will improve the way in which this organisation meets the needs of its service users and improve the delivery of its mental health support services.

£8,744 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Rhubarb Farm

The group will use the funding to purchase new tools and equipment. This will enable them to expand the service they provide to people dealing with the effects of issues such as addiction and mental ill health.

£7,663 Big Lottery Fund