Lottery grants awarded to East Midlands

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30,480 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
6 Apr 2016 Tom Godfrey

TG exhibition programme and gallery development.

£46,212 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Two Queens

Exhibition Programme 2016-18

£49,904 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Phizzical Productions

Lucknow

£15,000 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 LaPelles Factory

Desperado

£14,990 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Sarah Turner

New Eco Art

£6,000 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Tap Rhythm Project

SoundMoves 2

£14,998 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Darren Daly

Filter

£5,950 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Tara Munroe

Refugee

£7,210 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Joey Holder

Optimize your transformation

£12,785 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Nottinghack

The group will use the funding to expand a community workspace for beneficiaries who are facing economic challenges. This will improve the infrastructure of the organisation so it can better provide community facilities for people to improve their qualifications and employment prospects.

£9,986 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Bamford Community Arts and Crafts

The group will use the funding to run recreational and physical activities at community venues for isolated older people and families. This will build the capacity of village amenities, bringing the community together to reduce social isolation.

£4,790 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Holton-le-Clay Parish Council

The group will use the funding to create an outdoor play area suitable for disabled children. This will encourage them to take part in exercise and lead to healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Church Wilne Community First Responders 2013

The group will use the funding to purchase ambulance service equipment for volunteers. This will assist ambulance services in providing care.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Burghley Park Cricket Club

This organisation will use the funding to purchase a rain water harvesting system. This will increase the sustainability of the group and enable it to use its funds to deliver additional community activities and events.

£8,364 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Holton-Le-Clay Parish Council

The group will use the funding to create an outdoor play area suitable for disabled children. This will encourage them to take part in exercise and lead to healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Church Wilne Community First Responders

The group will use the funding to purchase ambulance service equipment for volunteers. This will assist ambulance services in providing care.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Hackleton Village Hall

The group will use the funding to purchase sound and cinema equipment for their rural village hall. This will provide community members with more opportunities to come together.

£8,677 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Model Citizens

The group will use the funding to deliver boxercise training sessions for young people. This will strengthen the community by increasing physical activities, whilst bringing different groups together and helping to reduce anti-social behaviour.

£9,825 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Underground Youth Club

The group will use the funding to provide a youth club in two neighbouring rural communities and train existing youth leaders in basic first aid. This will foster community cohesion and create opportunities for young people to get involved in their community, making friends and learning new skills.

£9,944 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Knossington Village Hall

The group will use the funding to modernise the outdated facilities in the village hall and to purchase a children?s defibrillator. This will make the hall more attractive and provide a potentially life-saving piece of equipment for pre-school users.

£5,980 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Parish Council Brafield on the Green

The group will use the funding to replace a play fort in the village playground which is worn out and unsafe. This will improve the appearance of the area and encourage local children to engage in more physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Prince of Paste Anglers

The group will use the funding to develop accessible activities for older community members, some living with disability. This will provide beneficiaries with recreational activities, improving self-esteem and reducing isolation.

£5,750 Big Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2016 Triathlon Trust

Organisation will use the grant to deliver a programme of activities that inspire children to complete a 'Space to Earth Challenge'. This will engage children in learning about science and space travel whilst increasing participation in physical activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2016 Dorrington Parish council

The group will use the funding to replace equipment in the village playground which is worn out and does not comply with current safety requirements. This will improve the appearance of the area and encourage local children to engage in more physical activity.

£9,444 Big Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2016 The Big Brother and Big Sister Club

The group will use the funding to offer physical activity and healthy eating classes. This will enable participants to improve their health and fitness levels.

£9,964 Big Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2016 AVA

Training and voluntary opportunities for volunteers and people with mental health issues will be provided to enable them to support others in similar situations. Focus will be on increasing their community involvement, reduce isolation and improve mental well-being through various activities tailored to their interests. Volunteers will be recruited from the local community and colleges running health and social care courses to help prepare them for their chosen careers working in mental-health support.

£328,913 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Collingham Parish Council

The group will use the funding to re-point the youth and community centre. This will improve the local facilities allowing the centre to continue to offer activities which improve social cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Re:store Northampton

A new safe community space called The HUB for vulnerable adults and families who have experienced poverty, to address their immediate needs and to gain skills to support them towards stability and independence. The majority of those accessing services will have suffered from prolonged poverty and isolation but all will be experiencing a current financial crisis.

£497,848 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 POW

RAiSE, a network of support will be put in place for young women and girls who have been victims of sexual exploitation, including migrants, to enable them to access practical and emotional support services to give them the knowledge and skills to exit sex work. POW Nottingham also seeks to affect larger societal change through advocacy and training, increasing public awareness and providing the tools needed to engage local and national communities around issues of sex work and sexual exploitation.

£593,993 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Nottingham Women's Centre

The project will empower women living with extreme hardship to achieve better long-term outcomes for themselves and their children through tailored support and providing them with new skills including finance. The most vulnerable women including homelessness, victims of domestic and sexual violence will reached through support services they attend.

£491,890 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Cotgrave Candleby Lane School

The school will use the funding to set up a studio and broadcast a series of radio programmes. This will enable young people to learn new skills and provide information to the local community.

£9,684 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Bythams Music (BM)

The group will use the funding to purchase new equipment, enabling it to deliver community events. This will provide new resources for voluntary groups and develop its infrastructure.

£6,200 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Alford Craft Market

They will convert an old building next to its Craft Centre into a pottery and glass workshop for use by the local community. This would include facilities for throwing pots, glassblowing and lampworking, which are all growing in popularity. This will increase the number, variety and complexity of activities available for local people and give them the opportunity to learn new skills not currently available in the surrounding area.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Nottingham Women's Centre

The project will empower women living with extreme hardship to achieve better long-term outcomes for themselves and their children through tailored support and providing them with new skills including finance. The most vulnerable women including homelessness, victims of domestic and sexual violence will reached through support services they attend.

£495,730 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Re:store Northampton

A new safe community space called The HUB for vulnerable adults and families who have experienced poverty, to address their immediate needs and to gain skills to support them towards stability and independence. The majority of those accessing services will have suffered from prolonged poverty and isolation but all will be experiencing a current financial crisis.

£502,087 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 The Bridge

Families at risk of homelessness in Charnwood, Oadby, Wigston and North West of Leicestershire areas will be provided with vital support to help them retain their accommodation and help their own health and well-being. Intensive support will be provided over a six month period including sourcing furniture and funding and applying for new accommodation. Access to education, skills training and employment opportunities will also be provided.

£432,953 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 Mojatu Foundation Limited

The group will use the funding to launch an engagement project for survivors of FGM to raise awareness of the practice in communities and to enable beneficiaries to provide support to one another. This will develop public awareness about health and wellbeing issues surrounding FGM.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 Young Heroes

The group will use the funding to deliver anger management workshops for young people. This will help young people integrate with their local community and reduce anti-social behaviour.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 Volunteer Action

The group will use the funding to deliver training days to recruit volunteers for a befriending service. This will encourage volunteer retention and increasing the charity?s capacity to reduce social isolation.

£3,581 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 Mojatu Foundation

The group will use the funding to launch an engagement project for survivors of FGM to raise awareness of the practice in communities and to enable beneficiaries to provide support to one another. This will develop public awareness about health and wellbeing issues surrounding FGM.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council

The group will use the funding to deliver talks and information to people living with mental ill health. This will improve their resilience and provide them with the confidence to tackle employment issues.

£8,782 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Bingham Robert Miles Infant School

The school will use the funding to create a woodland walk area. This will provide the community with an attractive space where they can relax and improve their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 Gymtastics Gymnastics Club

The group will use the funding to increase their existing gymnastic sessions for wider community. This will use sport as a vehicle to provide opportunities for more children to engage in physical activities.

£9,547 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 New Rose Associates Ltd

The group will use the funding to deliver sessions to improve women?s awareness of barriers they face in society and ways to overcome them, as well as support with job applications and interview skills. This will create more opportunities for employment and give women resilience and confidence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 Richard Hill Church of England Primary School

The school will use the funding to improve their existing play area and create an all-weather path. This will increase participation in physical activities, improving health and wellbeing and improve access points, specifically for disabled children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2016 Nether Heyford Village Hall

The group will use the funding to renovate the male toilets within their village hall. This will ensure the toilets complies with current health and safety standards and is safe for use by all members of the local community.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2016 Nottingham City Council - NTRCH

Nottingham Theatre Royal and Concert Hall- Capital Stage Two

£1,491,016 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Deep Roots, Tall Trees

Lighten Up (working title)

£99,480 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 soundLINCS

New Tricks Music Programme - for Older Adults

£90,000 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Gerry Flanagan

Partnership with Pop Theatre Hong Kong (AIDF)

£3,242 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Stephen Crowe

Pterodactyls of Ptexas

£15,000 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Kelmarsh Hall

Fabric workshops, family art days and storytelling.

£8,900 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Hayfield May Queen Festival Committee

The group will use the funding to purchase marquees for the Hayfield May Queen parade. This will provide a shelter for various community events throughout the year increasing community engagements and cohesion.

£1,310 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2016 Shiefton Youth & Community Enterprise

The group will use the funding to deliver themed workshops during the school holidays to engage young people in positive social interaction. This will build capacity for community engagement.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2016 Nottingham Media Centre Limited

FAN Cultural Excellence 2016-17

£92,000 British Film Institute
23 Mar 2016 English Federation of Disability Sport

Inclusive Sport NDSO -Research and Marketing

£32,328 Sport England
23 Mar 2016 County Sports Partnership Network

Primary PE and School Sport Premium support

£100,000 Sport England
22 Mar 2016 Fishmarket

The Medium Project

£55,000 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Primary

Primary Programme 2016-17

£85,377 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Jess Green

Burning Books Stage Play R and D

£13,526 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 April Young

Gifted

£14,595 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Liz Richardson

GUTTED: Production

£11,000 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Kesha Raithatha

XXX

£15,000 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Richard Sides

Richard Sides Professional Development

£7,920 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Matt Hill

Songwriter in residence - development project

£12,028 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Far Cotton ABC

Save Far Cotton Boxing Club

£67,650 Sport England
22 Mar 2016 Forward Thinking Movement and Dance CIC

Listen, Hear and Speak to Me

£20,322 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Age UK Leicester Shire and Rutland

The charity will expand its services for older people to include new areas in Charnwood and North West Leicester providing a range of services and activities which will resolve or improve problems, situations and barriers they face. Through this help older people will be able to improve their mental and physical wellbeing, reduce loneliness and isolation and gain improved access to services.

£477,800 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School A Voluntary Academy

The school will use the funding to provide an accessible timber community learning facility, especially for families with English as a second language. This will enable people to come together and take part in extracurricular environmental and educational based activities, helping to strengthening community cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Lost Village Festival

Lost Village Festival 2016 - Arts Programme

£14,998 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2016 Digital Marketing College CIC

The group will use the funding to train young people aged 16-24 who are NEET, in digital marketing and transferrable skills. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills and improve their employability prospects.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Sibsey Free Primary School

The school will use the funding to install fitness equipment onto the playground. This will improve the existing play area and develop children's fitness.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Yarborough Target Shooting Club

Yarborough Target Shooting Club

£5,839 Sport England
21 Mar 2016 Palterton Residents Association

The group will use the funding to deliver a series of recreational workshops and cross-generational events for the benefit of the local community. This will build capacity for community cohesion and reduce social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Stars Training Solution CiC

The group will use the funding to improve the infrastructure of the organisation so that a variety of life skills training sessions can be delivered to the community. This will improve the life skills of local beneficiaries and lead to better chances in life.

£9,485 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2016 Great Longstone Village Hall

The group will use the funding to upgrade the kitchen facility. This will improve the village hall for its users and allow it to be used by more community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2016 Mercia Petanque Association

The organisation will use the funding to send the senior members of their association on an activity break. This will provide a weekend of social and recreational activities to reduce social isolation amongst older people within the community.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Chesterfield Athletic Boxing Club

Save Chesterfield Boxing Gym

£75,000 Sport England
18 Mar 2016 Amber Valley Borough Council

Amber Valley Doorstep Sports Sessions

£9,400 Sport England
18 Mar 2016 Open Hands Trust (Leicester)

The group will use the funding to set up a community coffee shop offering volunteer and work opportunities to unemployed people. This will improve their confidence, employability and communication skills.

£9,978 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Christ Abundant Life Miracle Church

The group will use the funding to provide a homework support and music enrichment club. This will improve beneficiaries self belief, positivity and academic skills.

£9,680 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2016 Leen Mills Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor play and fitness equipment. This will increase community participation in physical activities and improve children's fitness.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Sayed Hasan

My Granddad s Car Project

£22,574 Arts Council England
16 Mar 2016 The National Forest Company

Outdoor Activity Consultation

£11,250 Sport England
16 Mar 2016 Soft Touch Arts Ltd

Mixt Up

£115,476 Arts Council England
16 Mar 2016 Parkview Primary School

The group will use the funding to create a nature trail and sensory garden space. This will improve the outdoor space for children, enhancing their play and sensory experiences.

£9,739 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 The Big Red Food Shed Ltd

The group will use the funding to provide a sessional worker to conduct outreach work in this rural area to encourage the community to learn how to cook and grow their own food. This will encourage beneficiaries to learn the skills to enable them to live a healthier lifestyle.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Birstall United Social Football Club

The group will use the funding to deliver fitness classes for members of the community. This will encourage them to become healthier and adopt positive lifestyle choices and help to address issues of obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 The Glossopdale Trust

The group will use the funding to deliver a community event. This will bring the community together and allow volunteers to gain event management skills, helping improve their employment prospects.

£6,500 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 ACCEPT

The group will use the funding to create an allotment and sheltered garden area for isolated people living with mental ill health. This will enable beneficiaries to take an active role in the design of the space and take part in stimulating outdoor activities, allowing them to socialise with their peers and improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Home-Start Erewash

Families experiencing difficult times in their lives and affecting their ability to copy will be offered support, particularly where poor mental health issues have been identified. Home-Start focuses on families with children in their early years. Support will be provided through four different parent projects.

£499,911 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Direct Help & Advice Ltd.

Ex-clients of the service who are bi-lingual will be trained to become crisis buddies and advocates for those who identify themselves as BAMER and are in need of help and support due to hardship crisis and risk of homelessness. Buddies will help people with a plan to help get them out of crisis. Immediate support will also be provided with clothing, food and furniture.

£499,328 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Birstall United Social Football Club

The group will use the funding to deliver fitness classes for members of the community. This will encourage them to become healthier and adopt positive lifestyle choices and help to address issues of obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 Egg Box Theatre

The Moon and Me

£10,224 Arts Council England
15 Mar 2016 Peak District Mines Historical Society Ltd

Magpie Mine Square Chimney Conservation Project

£74,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society

Changing Leicester: Perceptions of heritage development in the Post War Period

£45,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 Chatsworth House Trust

The Game Larder: a landscape heritage interpretation project

£80,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council

Sharing Stories - Challenging Discrimination

£49,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 Wymondham Windmill

The Living Mill

£36,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 International Women's Day Derby

Our HERstory: 100 years of International Women's Day in Derby

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund