Lottery grants awarded to Eastern

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30,618 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Aug 2016 Helen Ivory

The Anatomical Venus

£10,600 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 Elena Cologni

SEEDS OF ATTACHMENT

£3,800 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 Katie Grace Cooper

Mrs McMoon s Game Show

£14,999 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 Claire Poulter

Digital Maker

£1,163 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 Krishna Zivraj

Kaikeye and Step-Mother Queen

£10,710 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 Nene Park Trust

Bringing Community Art to Nene Park

£15,000 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 James Canton

The Oak Papers

£13,850 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 Art Exchange

Syrian Protest Art exhbition

£12,000 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2016 DENS Limited

The organisation will use the funding to purchase gardening equipment and materials so they can make better use of their outdoor space and provide structured outdoor activity for people who want help to get their lives back on track after experiencing homelessness. This will encourage service users to participate in a regular activity, develop skills, access support and make a positive impact on the community by helping to create a welcoming space for all to use.

£4,890 Big Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2016 Tapestry

The group will use the funding to deliver a programme of gardening activities that will focus upon supporting older people who are living with the effects of social isolation. This will encourage the beneficiaries to become more active, improving their mental and physical wellbeing.

£9,630 Big Lottery Fund
8 Aug 2016 Norwich Theatre Royal Trust

Catalyst: Evolve

£150,000 Arts Council England
8 Aug 2016 Herts Coaches Association

This organisation will use the funding to encourage local people to become volunteers to run sports activities for people with disabilities, through taster events and by offering training and development opportunities. This will raise awareness of disability sports and provide opportunity for more involvement in sport and physical activity amongst disabled people as participation is heavily reliant on volunteer instructors.

£9,965 Big Lottery Fund
8 Aug 2016 Warriors Development Limited

This organisation will use the funding to start basketball activities for local people, running different sessions for different age groups. This will encourage people to be physically active and will divert young people from negative behaviours.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2016 Junction CDC Limited

Catalyst: Evolve

£150,000 Arts Council England
5 Aug 2016 DanceEast

Catalyst: Evolve

£138,000 Arts Council England
5 Aug 2016 Base Camp Mentoring Suffolk C.I.C.

This organisation will use the funding to deliver an after school programme for young people which will include skills training in conservation and animal care. There will also be mentoring sessions to develop confidence and to work towards obtaining an award in conservation. This will provide positive activities for young people to develop their confidence and motivation as well as increase their life skills.

£9,655 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2016 Ormiston Denes Academy

The academy will use the funding to install fitness equipment in their grounds to encourage pupils to exercise, reducing obesity and improving health and wellbeing.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2016 Fenland District Council

Strategic Work

£22,500 Sport England
5 Aug 2016 Fenland District Council

Strategic Work

£19,655 Sport England
4 Aug 2016 Creative Arts East

Catalyst: Evolve

£149,663 Arts Council England
4 Aug 2016 Suffolk Artlink

Catalyst: Evolve

£99,995 Arts Council England
4 Aug 2016 The Papworth Trust

This project aims to drive social inclusion by promoting employment, targeting people who are unemployed or economically inactive. It will deliver a complete package of support for people not engaged with mainstream provision.

£500,035 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2016 Cambridgeshire Lupus Group

This organisation will use the funding to run a lupus patient education day for lupus patients and their families. This will provide patients with access to information, advice and support from a range of specialists. Lupus is a condition which is often not well known or understood and patients often don?t get the support to understand their condition. This education event will help beneficiaries to manage their illness better and improve their overall health and life chances.

£2,275 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 Katherine Vince

Balancing Acts: Final RandD and Performances

£14,450 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Rachel Warr

The secret life of Rizado and other unexpected events

£7,436 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 art language location

Art Language Location 2016

£14,990 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Catherine Watling

Neon Moon Electric Rodeo Circus - Production

£14,997 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 The Keeper s Daughter

Tomorrow Is Your Hope RandD 2016

£10,000 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Robert Clark

Mass

£14,897 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 David Proud

Disability Representation - Marketing Audience Development

£5,000 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Jesse Fox

New Europe

£7,857 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Michael Lloyd

MD Pujol Concert and Workshop 2016

£2,260 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Peter Raynard

Debut Poetry Collection

£6,370 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 MDCSC

Following extensive consultations led by and involving local people, a new multi-purpose facility will be built in Marshland St James to replace the existing buildings. Responding to local needs the new facilities will include a caf? and shop, home to three local football teams, a wooden dance floor, space for learning and craft workshops and meeting space for local clubs.

£691,316 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 Goldhanger Parish Council

This parish council will use the funding to install two community public access defibrillators in key locations in the village and run public awareness sessions. This will provide equipment which will be used to promote health and save lives within the community by providing access to life saving equipment.

£5,807 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 WDSA (UK)

WDSA (UK)

£7,791 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 Your Own Place CIC

This organisation will use the funding to train eight young people to deliver regular sessions and support to prevent youth homelessness. This will expand the organisation's capacity to provide support for young people who are either homeless or potentially homeless.

£9,520 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 MDCSC

Following extensive consultations led by and involving local people, a new multi-purpose facility will be built in Marshland St James to replace the existing buildings. Responding to local needs the new facilities will include a caf? and shop, home to three local football teams, a wooden dance floor, space for learning and craft workshops and meeting space for local clubs.

£755,887 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 Hertfordshire County Council

The project aims to support 1600 adults living in Hertfordshire with multiple and complex needs into education or employment. It will work to tackle the barriers they face through a bespoke support package. The project will be delivered across the Hertfordshire LEP area by a voluntary sector partnership led by Hertfordshire County Council (HCC).

£1,988,129 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 Hertfordshire County Council

This project aims to support young people furthest from the workplace to improve employability and to enter training or work. The project is tailored to local need, and will work with each participant to create an individual support package that will support them to enter employment or training. The project will be delivered across the Hertfordshire LEP area by a voluntary sector partnership led by Hertfordshire County Council (HCC).

£568,029 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2016 Just StART

This organisation will use the funding to run art workshops for local people who are experiencing mental and emotional anxiety disorders, learning difficulties, long term physical health challenges, social isolation and low confidence. This will improve the mental health and wellbeing of participants and enable them to socialise with their peers.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2016 Barton CofE VA Primary School

This school will use the funding to install artificial grass surfacing to surround its current play equipment. This will increase accessibility to the play equipment for the children of the school as well as community groups that use the facility.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2016 Cambridge City Council

Indoor Sport Strategy - Local Delivery Plan

£5,000 Sport England
2 Aug 2016 Cambridgeshire Squash Racquets Association

CSRA Squash Coach Development Pathway

£9,000 Sport England
2 Aug 2016 Promoting African Refugee Community Association (PARCA)

This organisation will use the funding to run a series of six community events to celebrate cultural diversity. This will enable the organisation to share culture and reduce social isolation in an area that has many different ethnic minority groups.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2016 Hertfordshire County Council

This project aims to support adults with complex and multiple barriers across Hertfordshire, particularly those individuals who do not normally access mainstream services or learning opportunities. These individuals will be the most difficult to reach as they have been dealing with long term financial difficulties and will have long term barriers to employment.

£283,985 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2016 Kinetika People

Reimagine India

£97,430 Arts Council England
1 Aug 2016 SUFFOLK ARTLINK

Our place

£59,772 Arts Council England
1 Aug 2016 Saffron Hall Trust

Groundbreaking culture: Saffron Halls 2016-17 season

£100,000 Arts Council England
1 Aug 2016 Art Therapy 4 All Community Interest Company

The group will use the funding to provide art therapy sessions for older people living with the effects dementia. This will enable them to participate in activities which benefit their mental health and wellbeing.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2016 Iceni Ipswich

Psychological and practical interventions to support parents with children under 16 to address the underlying causes and subsequent effects of substance misuse. Using a parent-centred approach with child-focussed outcomes Iceni will offer a range of support options which aim to keep families together and provide children with a better, safer start in life. An ?under one roof? approach will run activities which have been developed in response to the needs of the beneficiaries using the centre?s 30 rooms.

£477,943 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2016 Families First Bedfordshire

A new project which will help 330 families break the negative cycle of the Toxic Trio: domestic abuse, substance misuse and mental illness through a six month programme of support. It will help mothers develop stronger bonds with their children to break the cycle and directly support children assessed as most at risk of developing behavioural or emotional problems due to weak mother-child bonds with an estimated additional 489 children who will benefit from the support their mother receives.

£491,793 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2016 The Living Room

This charity will use the funding to revitalise its marketing materials so that its abstinence-based treatment services for various addictions can be better targeted at a more diverse range of communities and the particular addiction issues they face. This will increase awareness of the services the organisation provides and help to reach beneficiaries who would not normally access the services due to misconceptions about who they are and what they do.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2016 The Warm and Toasty Club

This organisation will use the funding to carry out befriending and conversation sessions in three local retirement homes with staff and volunteers engaging with older residents to share their memories, interests and stories about their lives. This will provide residents with opportunities to meet new people, and reminiscence in order to reduce isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2016 Buckworth Cricket Club

This organisation will use the funding to create a covered area outside the main entrance of the community hub. This will provide an all-weather space for its increased membership, ensure that larger events wouldn?t need to be cancelled due to weather and help preserve the interior fittings to make it a safer and a more welcoming space for the community.

£9,936 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jul 2016 CHS Group

The project will address out of work poverty relating to financial exclusion by focusing on the root causes of poverty, which creates barriers to work, in order to move participants towards and into employment.

£625,044 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 Anna Harakopoulos

Research Visit to Barbados

£5,000 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2016 Bill Vine

Electronic and Sonic Arts Investigation

£4,500 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2016 Heidi Rustgaard

Building a professional network and developing new markets in Germany and Finland

£3,974 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2016 St Mary's Church of England High School(VA)

This school will use the funding to provide a counselling service for students affected by bereavement, depression, anxiety & self-harm. This will improve the mental health of students who have additional needs and issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 St Teresa?s Roman Catholic Primary School

This school will use the funding to install a gazebo to be used as a therapeutic environment for pupils who are on the autism spectrum or who have behavioural issues. This will support their emotional and mental health and reduce stress.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 Trust in Sport

This charity will use the funding to provide a variety of sporting activities for local young people, including paddle boarding, cycling activities, roller derby and kayaking. This will encourage young people to take part in physical sports and activities to improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 St Luke's Project Committee

This organisation will use the funding to install a suitable surface and buffer bollards for vehicle access. This will improve parking access for those with disabilities and vulnerable people so they can access the facility more easily.

£3,826 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 Thomas Eaton Community Primary School

This school will use the funding to install an outdoor play facility. This will provide an outdoor environment for children to enhance their physical and social development.

£9,905 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 St Mary's Church of England High School (VA)

This school will use the funding to provide a counselling service for students affected by bereavement, depression, anxiety & self-harm. This will improve the mental health of students who have additional needs and issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2016 Thomas Thomasson

Tent

£8,866 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 Cat Chapman

LEGACY

£13,372 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 Suffolk Festival of Ideas

Suffolk Festival of Ideas - Stories

£7,615 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 Al Smith

Harrogate

£14,953 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 nicola kearey

From Here Compilation Project

£15,000 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 Chasney Maturine

Carnival

£7,210 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 Fingersmiths

fingersmiths development

£13,832 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 curious directive

2017 RandD

£15,000 Arts Council England
27 Jul 2016 Assisting Adults Recovering from Childhood Abuse

This organisation will use the funding to provide training for community organisations to help them support people during disclosure of abuse and also recovery courses for victims of abuse. This project will provide support for victims of abuse which aims to empower them to recover from the impact of the abuse.

£9,958 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2016 Peterborough Plus VCSE Consortium Ltd

This project aims to work with the most excluded, disadvantaged and furthest from the job market, engaging with participants through community activities, and providing enterprise-development, volunteering opportunities and work experience opportunities.

£500,035 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2016 Withy Arts

This organisation will use the funding to deliver textile and embroidery courses at two women?s refuges in the area. This will improve the skills, confidence and self-esteem of vulnerable women.

£8,870 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2016 Bedfield Parish Council

This parish council will use the funding to install two community public access defibrillators in key locations and run public awareness sessions in the local village. This will provide equipment which will be used to promote health and save lives within the community by providing access to life saving equipment and training.

£2,570 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2016 Norfolk County Council

SfD - Comic Relief Place Based Working

£162,500 Sport England
27 Jul 2016 Hudson Indoor Bowls Club Wisbech

Growing Bowls in Wisbech

£4,566 Sport England
27 Jul 2016 Peterborough Plus VCSE Consortium Ltd

This project aims to work with the most excluded, disadvantaged and furthest from the job market, engaging with participants through community activities, and providing enterprise-development, volunteering opportunities and work experience opportunities.

£500,035 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 Suffolk Artlink

Rock Up II

£29,986 Arts Council England
25 Jul 2016 West Norfolk Befriending

This charity will use the funding to provide a befriending service for older people who have been diagnosed with dementia. This will address the isolation experienced by older people with dementia.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 St. Mary Magdalene

This organisation will use the funding to refurbish and upgrade its community use meeting room. This will enable the organisation to deliver its services to community groups in a more comfortable environment and expand the range of groups accessing the premises.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 The Nancy Oldfield Trust Limited

This charity will use the funding to furnish its residential accommodation to increase comfort, practicality and safety for people using the centre. This will enable people with disabilities to access new activities and challenges to enhance their sense of personal achievement, self-esteem and to give them a sense of purpose.

£7,350 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 Luton Borough Council

Community Sports Project

£132,438 Sport England
24 Jul 2016 All Stars Community Complex

This organisation will use the funding to relaunch its youth club and offer a variety of activities for local young people, including media tuition, IT access, gym and boxing sessions and healthy refreshments. This will engage local young people in positive activities to improve community cohesion and reduce involvement in criminal and antisocial behaviour.

£9,949 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2016 Learn Hair and Beauty

This organisation will use the funding to deliver employability sessions, combining this with information, courses and accredited training around working in the hair and beauty sector. This will enable mainly unemployed women to raise their aspirations and gain the skills to become employed.

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2016 SleepEast CIC

This organisation will use the funding to provide home-based, one to one sleep counselling to 25 families who have children with complex needs and serious sleep difficulties. This will reduce disruptive bedtime behaviour, promote a restful night?s sleep and improve their health and well-being.

£9,620 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2016 Norwich and Central Norfolk Mind Mental Health Resources

This charity will use the funding to run an animation project to benefit people with mild to moderate mental health conditions. This will provide art and creative activities to support the improvement of mental health issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2016 Codicote Football Club

This organisation will use the funding to deliver physical activity sessions and health education workshops for physically inactive members of the community. This will encourage the community to be more active and educate participants how to improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,613 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2016 Willowbrook Primary School

This school will use the funding to purchase play equipment to meet the social and development needs of their students. This will provide outdoor play equipment to improve the physical and social development of children and address issues linked to behavioural problems and obesity.

£9,935 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Dry Drayton CofE C Primary School

This school will use the funding to offer cycling activities for students. This will provide healthy activities to increase physical activity and improve coordination.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Age Concern Swaffham and District

Provision of services for older people to reduce their social isolation and enable them to attend important hospital appointments through a new Hospital Buddy Service. The project will expand its Befriending Service to new areas. Older people living alone will receive regular social visits following GP surgeries regularly commenting on the effectiveness of the services.

£285,976 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Ampthill Town Council

Tommy's Footprints - Commemorating Ampthill's First World War Heritage

£5,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Colchester Mercury Theatre Ltd

Mercury Voices

£80,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Springboard East

All Rise for the Shirehall Courtroom

£20,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Dry Drayton CofE (C) Primary School

This school will use the funding to offer cycling activities for students. This will provide healthy activities to increase physical activity and improve coordination.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2016 Southend BID

Outdoor Arts Southend High Street

£13,950 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2016 Suzie Birchwood

A Conversation With Dystonia

£17,400 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2016 Red Rose Chain

1001 Fireflies

£14,987 Arts Council England