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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
21 Apr 2017 Sundon Lower School

The funding will be used by an academy to create an areas within the school for various activities including gardening, family learning workshops and quiet time. The project aims to provide the opportunity for pupils and the wider community to engage in positive activities in order to improve communication, confidence and wellbeing.

£9,875 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Oaklands College

The funding will be used by a further education college to create a sensory garden and install outdoor fitness equipment. The project aims to provide the opportunity for physical activity, relaxation and reflection in order to improve the health and emotional wellbeing of students.

£7,850 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Bittern DXERS

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to purchase equipment and tenting to showcase amateur radio at public events. The project aims to encourage people to get involved in radio in order to develop skills and have the opportunity to make friends.

£9,855 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Aisha Zia

BHUTTO (working title)

£6,936 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 Noel Bowler

Union - Touring Exhibition

£8,930 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 Charlotte Palmer

The Illness Should Attend

£7,000 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 Herts Boat Rescue

Herts Boat Rescue

£47,516 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Haircuts4Homeless UK

Haircuts4Homeless UK

£46,040 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Rhiannon Faith Griffiths

Smack That (a conversation) Further Development and Preview Performances

£14,910 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 Squint Theatre Company LTD

Fear and Loathing Development

£14,850 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 TOOT Collective

Sixteen - RandD Engagement Programme

£13,678 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 Anna Williams

The Buildy-uppy Dance Show preview and initial tour

£15,000 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2017 Centre 33

Cambridge based Centre 33 will use this funding to continue and expand their existing services to support young people on a wide range of issues. Sexual health sessions will explore risk-taking behaviour and power in sexual relationships; financial resilience sessions will teach about budgeting, debt and impulsive spending, and the ?someone to talk to? counselling service will offer one to one support. Four drop in services will be established in Wisbech, Ely, Huntingdon and Peterborough.

£228,497 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Romsey Mill Trust

Romsey Mill will use this funding to deliver their current services in Cambridge and expand the youth provision in Peterborough. They will continue their youth leadership programme as well as their work supporting young people on the autistic spectrum and young people who are not in education, employment or training. New skills courses will focus on development in areas including cooking, DIY, music and mechanics.

£373,399 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 St Peter's Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will install outdoor play equipment and safety surfacing improve the physical health and wellbeing of pupils.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 The One To One Project

This project will support people who experience mental ill health in King?s Lynn and West Norfolk. It will offer free long-term counselling, mentoring, group work and peer support whilst exploring triggers for mental ill health. These can include traumatic life events, loss of employment and marginalisation. Support will be provided by a team of 25 professional volunteers and those involved will be able to assist in project development through a working group.

£390,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Trinity Community Project

This project will provide activities for younger people with learning difficulties who are not in employment or training. This will include physical activities and will focus on specialist life skills and interpersonal skills. This will provide people with improved self-confidence, health and wellbeing.

£4,688 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Herts Boat Rescue

The group will use the funding to focus on preventing drowning and being present as a safety precaution at water-related events. The project will access a multi-purpose rescue bus, enabling volunteers to get to and from events. It will enable the group to provide a safe crew on location, be it at an emergency or large water event.

£47,516 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Haircuts4Homeless UK

The group will expand its work offering free haircuts to homeless people by skilled hairdressers. The funding will be used to recruit more volunteers and keep them motivated so they can support around 10,000 homeless people a year. The haircuts will provide a therapeutic and enjoyable experience for people, as well as helping to boost their self-esteem.

£46,040 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Welwyn Hatfield Council

Herts Disability Sports Hub

£46,450 Sport England
20 Apr 2017 British Wrestling Association Limited

NGB Funding 2017-21

£180,318 Sport England
20 Apr 2017 Whittlesey Table Tennis Club

Whittlesey Table Tennis Centre

£8,567 Sport England
19 Apr 2017 Stibbard Parish Council

This project will use funding to install outdoor play equipment in the local park. This will provide seven local communities with a safe fun place to socialise and play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Sound Waves East

The group will provide artistic activities for local vulnerable people which will increase confidence, aspirations and community spirit.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Pear Tree Mead Academy

The school will provide a safe, accessible place for local children to play by installing fixed playground equipment and safety surfacing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 4YP

The group will sustain and develop their existing holistic wellbeing services for young people. This will be achieved through drop-in and regular weekly programmes offering information, advice and guidance, outreach activities to target young people in rural communities, social action projects, the refurbishment of the centre and the creation of a youth committee.

£170,900 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Luton Caribbean Cricket and Social Club

Luton Caribbean Ground Equipment Project

£8,353 Sport England
19 Apr 2017 Upwood Cricket Club

Sightscreen at Pavilion End

£1,210 Sport England
18 Apr 2017 Chelmsford Community Transport Limited

The project will use the funding to improve their community transport service by commissioning an IT system upgrade. This will allow transport booking enquiries to be dealt with more efficiently which will reduce isolation of vulnerable people unable to access mainstream public transport.

£9,436 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 OPEN

This group will continue delivering open access youth activity across Norfolk. They will expand their free bus service, create regular youth networking conferences and continue to develop their sustainability plans through fundraising, sponsorship and commercial streams. They will support young people and their families through a diverse range of positive activities that raise aspirations and target youth unemployment, health and wellbeing and low self-esteem.

£335,500 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Essex Mediation

The group will deliver sessions to separated or divorced parents to help them communicate more effectively. This will reduce conflict, improve collaboration and enable them to be more effective co-parents which will improve the emotional health and wellbeing of families.

£8,800 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Codicote Village Day

The group will hold a street parade followed by a community festival including live music, performances and community stalls. This will bring the community together.

£4,400 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Hemsby Lifeboat

This project will carry out a feasibility study and related community engagement activities which will focus on the development and expansion of the group's training centre and boat house. This will enable the organisation to look at ways to enhance their current facilities and better serve the needs of their local community.

£9,958 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2017 Big Society Funding Community Interest Company

The funding will be used to support the organisation to improve their effectiveness in order to better serve people?s needs. This will be done by focussing on governance training, mentoring and the sustainability.

£7,825 Big Lottery Fund
16 Apr 2017 Waveney Surf Life Saving Club

This project will purchase a range of equipment which will enable them to deliver a junior lifeguard water safety programme to young people aged 7-14. This will provide an opportunity for young people to develop skills in water safety and provide an interest that may lead to a future career or voluntary interest.

£9,293 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2017 YMCA Suffolk

The group, based in Ipswich, will run a variety of activities which are relevant to different age groups. Additional young people will be targeted by delivering detached sessions in schools and rural areas of Suffolk, where there is currently less youth provision. The purchase of a vehicle and delivery of pop-up sessions will facilitate this. Youth committees have the opportunity to decide what activities they wish to participate in and how they see the project developing.

£273,288 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 Newton Flotman Village Centre and Alan King Playing Field

The group will install audio visual equipment in the village hall. This will increase usage of the hall, with the aim of bringing local people together and reducing isolation.

£4,643 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 Northborough Community Association

The funding will be used by a charity to purchase a range of furniture including folding tables, chairs and shelving for the village hall. The project aims to allow the organisation to run additional activities and make their venue available to more local groups for meetings and community events.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Cambridgeshire Music

Folk Music Research and Development

£8,289 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Julie Staight

Buried Women

£10,439 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Anna Brett

Flying Shop of Imagination

£9,194 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Sally-Anne Lomas

Dancing with Dogs

£8,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Emma Clarke

Where the Light Shines

£7,984 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Rampage Mas CIC

Celebrations - 30 Years of Rampage Mas

£14,629 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Hatfield Peverel Allotment Association

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to make improvements to their allotment sites including the creation of a wildlife area and the installation of composting toilets. The project aims to improve the facilities and allow more children, elderly and disabled people to hold allotments.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 The Garage

The group will continue to run their existing youth provision, but also scale up and develop the capacity of the organisation. This will include the delivery of outreach workshops and classes, intensive foundation programmes, mentoring and support, weekly creative classes and a Holiday Programme, as well as investing in staff capacity and training to improve the consistency, quantity and quality of services.

£289,422 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£45,000 Sport England
11 Apr 2017 Dersingham Parish Council

The group will replace a no longer fit for purpose church hall with a modern, larger, purpose-built facility that directly addresses the identified needs of the community. The new centre will create a focus for the village, provide services and help to reduce rural isolation therefore creating a stronger, healthier community.

£550,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Mentis Tree CIC

The group will equip a training room and therapy room at their new larger premises, which will enable them to provide additional and improved support for people with mental health issues.

£8,097 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Aspects Trust CIO

This organisation will use the funding to provide life and social skills sessions for young people on the Autistic spectrum who are moving from secondary education to college. This will provide them with skills on issues including health and relationships, home and cooking skills, public life and banking, employment skills and skills on social life and events to support their independence and give them better chances in life.

£9,270 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Blade Education

Southend Schools Festival of Remembrance (SSFR)

£59,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Trust Links Ltd

Heritage Gardens

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Hertsmere Borough Council

All Change! 150 Years of Rail: from the past into the future

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 Herongate and Ingrave Parish Council

The group will purchase and install three AED defibrillators and heated security cabinets. This will improve the facilities of the rural area, and enable residents and visitors to the area to access speedy medical assistance in cases of emergency.

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 Suffolk County Council

Suffolk Most Active County Project

£160,000 Sport England
10 Apr 2017 Chelmsford City Council

The Chelmsford Women?s Activity Project

£50,130 Sport England
10 Apr 2017 Foxton Cricket Club

Playing/Training Upgrade

£9,720 Sport England
7 Apr 2017 Essex Boys and Girls Clubs

The group will expand their current provisions for young people across Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge and Havering through the development of three new youth provisions which will aim to cater for young people with disabilities. The group will also work closely with affiliated clubs as well as statutory and voluntary sector partners to increase the number of youth clubs available locally, and to improve volunteering opportunities for young people with additional needs.

£291,827 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Living Sport Cambridgeshire & Peterborough SportsPartnership

Let's Go Girls Activity Groups

£10,000 Sport England
5 Apr 2017 Mundesley PCC

The group will renovate their car park, ensuring that it is safe for community use, which will encourage use of the facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Hive

The group will develop free online and face to face training for trustees, staff and volunteers from local voluntary and community groups. This will up-skill management committees so they can become more sustainable, which in turn will increase the capacity of voluntary sector organisations.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Norfolk County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£97,628 Sport England
4 Apr 2017 Daniel Merrill

Tyburnia Tour 2017

£15,000 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Hannah Jane Walker

Highly Sensitive

£15,000 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Daisy Bourne

Gossamer Thread Vaudeville Co.

£5,385 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Full House Theatre

Day Dreamers

£9,675 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Lucy Enskat

Night Magic Rehearsals and Business Development for Hocus Pocus Theatre

£15,000 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 JACK ROOKE

Bereavement Boy

£14,900 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Mid Suffolk and Babergh Councils

Shanties on the Shore

£14,845 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Salah Ahmed

Organic Entity

£12,094 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Groundwork Luton and Bedfordshire

The funding will be used by a charity to commission a study into an underused cycle and bridleway route including a condition assessment, route audit, asset inspection and community consultation. This will be used to support a future bid for improvement works to increase usage of the route.

£9,580 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Huntingdonshire District Council

Refurbishment of swimming pool changing rooms

£208,000 Sport England
2 Apr 2017 Willingale Parish Council

This project will use funding to provide new play and outdoor fitness equipment on the local village green. This will replace and upgrade the existing unsafe play equipment and improve community facilities in this rural environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 1st Clacton Scout Group

This project will use funding to purchase equipment to use during camping trips. This will upgrade the existing irreparable equipment so more young people can benefit from the community activities.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 The Priory School

This project will use funding to deliver a new programme of after school physical activity and health and awareness sessions. This will encourage girls to be more physically active and live a healthier lifestyle, which will improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,931 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 The Mix Stowmarket

The group, based in Stowmarket, Suffolk, will expand their open access youth sessions to reach to additional young people, providing training and access to a wide range of information, guidance and signposting. They will also carry out minor improvement works to their building.

£140,269 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Blind and Sight Impaired Society

This project supports blind and visually impaired people living in Basildon, Thurrock and Castlepoint to improve their independence and quality of life. Sessions will teach new skills including touch typing, computer training with speech software and courses in Braille. In addition there will be coffee mornings, photography classes, crafts, quizzes and book groups to help reduce social isolation. There will also be outreach work in Wickford and Corringham.

£171,024 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Mistley Parish Council

This project will use funding to update the current park facilities, including installing equipment for less able members of the community and older children interested in football and basketball. This will provide a safe place for all the community to use.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Felixstowe Youth Development Group

Felixstowe Youth Development Group will use this funding to expand the delivery of their open access youth provision, create an additional one to one counselling service and establish outreach work to reach young people aged 10 ? 18 located in rural locations. Through working in consultation with local schools, a new lunchtime drop-in surgery will also be created for young people to discuss issues and seek advice.

£87,245 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Stuart Bowditch

The River Runs Through Us

£14,900 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Arts LaOlam

Story Seekers (working title)

£23,145 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Ipswich Jazz Festival Ltd

Ipswich Jazz Festival 2017

£1,600 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Quest Music Services

South Essex Festival Thames Delta Showcase

£12,042 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Trestle Theatre Company

Trestle Arts Base 15th Birthday Community Celebration

£14,800 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Luton Association of Mas

Onwards and Upwards

£12,665 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Saskia Marland

Urban Foxes Collective - Floods

£8,192 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Chantel Lynch

Creative writing

£7,314 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Rebecca Fuller

DollyWould Phase 2

£15,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Happy Idiot Productions Ltd

Not: Lady Chatterleys Lover

£14,807 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Thurrock Arts

Thurrock Art Trail - Artist Programme

£14,800 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 sally annett

Systems of Philosphy - Wall(paper)s of Mind

£15,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Arhan Branch

FredWave

£8,485 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Herts Young Homeless Group

This project will use mediation to help families resolve conflict, improve relationships and prevent children from being looked after by social services or made homeless at the age of 16. Conflict in the home can affect many areas of a child?s life including school attendance, educational attainment and antisocial behaviour. Activities will be tailored for each family, and will tackle some of these issues by encouraging listening, understanding each other?s perspectives and productive communication.

£307,885 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 East Cambridgeshire District Council

East Cambridgeshire District Leisure Centre

£1,500,000 Sport England
29 Mar 2017 Old Verulamian Rugby Football Club

The funding will be used to hold an inter-school tag rugby festival for children in the community, as well as pre-festival coaching at local primary schools. The project aims to improve confidence and increase physical activity opportunities in order to improve the children's health and wellbeing.

£9,079 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Stopsley Community Primary School

This project will use funding to install new outdoor play equipment to provide the school with a safe, fun area. This will give children opportunities to play both in and out of school hours and term times.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Wellspring Family Centre

The group will replace the fire doors at the community centre. This will ensure that current fire and safety regulations are met which will improve the community building.

£4,486 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 The Kite Trust

The group will continue to deliver existing services for young people from the local LGBTQ community, as well as strengthening their own internal monitoring systems which will enable them to measure the impact of their services and build capacity. The group will also work with Special Education Needs (SEN) and disability services, and will also focus on establishing relationships with young people who might be at risk of participating in substance abuse.

£96,777 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD)

Deaf Detectives

£85,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Oblique Arts

Oral Histories: Roma and Traveller Communities in Cambridge

£27,300 Heritage Lottery Fund