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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
18 May 2015 Wickham Market Parish Plan Steering Group

The organisation will use the funding to design, produce and distribute a community survey to all residents of the parish, as well as a survey for children and young people to complete. This will enable residents of all ages to identify problems or issues with current local amenities, and provide the group with suggestions for new activities or services that are relevant to their needs.

£4,620 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2015 24th Ipswich Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to carry out repairs to its parquet flooring and repair the damp-proofing on its premises. This will enable the group to remove and replace rotten flooring and ensure the building is protected from damp so that it can provide a safe and hygienic facility for its members and local community groups.

£9,588 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2015 Gaddesden Row Guide Centre

The organisation will use the funding to replace an old and damaged roof on its dormitory building. This will enable the group to stop water leaking into the building and causing damage, as well as prevent the closure of the building which would mean the loss of a community facility.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2015 Life Take Two

The organisation will use the funding to work with people with disabilities to help them develop a tailored exercise programme with one to one support and activities at local sports and leisure venues. This will provide people with disabilities with access to fitness and physical activity support in order to develop a programme of exercise and healthy activity according to their needs, developing healthier lifestyles, improving confidence and fitness, and reducing isolation.

£9,894 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2015 Shri Guru Ravidass Sangat Luton Bedfordshire

The organisation will use the funding to deliver basic IT skills workshops to older people, people who are unemployed or people who have been made redundant later in life. This will enable the group to raise awareness of the benefits of using IT for job searches or networking, as well as develop employability, communication and IT skills to improve integration and community involvement.

£9,630 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2015 Soham Village College

The organisation will use the funding to work with the local police to establish a group of young police cadets at the school. They will recruit 30 young people who are at risk of engaging or being affected by crime and provide positive, diversionary activities, empowering them to become role models within their communities, improve confidence and provide support to others who are considered vulnerable.

£2,968 Big Lottery Fund
14 May 2015 1895 (Cromer) Squadron Air Training Corps

Additional marksmanship training equipment

£1,400 Sport England
14 May 2015 Layham Playgroup CIO

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a metal shed, storage units and toys for its playgroup. This will enable the group to replace toys and equipment damaged by rats, as well as purchase a rodent-proof, secure metal storage shed to prevent future damage and safety issues caused by rodents or other wildlife.

£2,938 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2015 Epping Forest College

FEAF3

£55,952 Sport England
13 May 2015 Ivan Riches

Sonic Vistas

£13,487 Arts Council England
13 May 2015 Ella West

The ?land Archipelago Artist Residence in K?kar

£2,767 Arts Council England
13 May 2015 Untold Theatre Ltd

Detained

£10,153 Arts Council England
13 May 2015 Stefanie Mueller

Prelude To a Coat

£15,000 Arts Council England
13 May 2015 Luton Women's Aid

The organisation will use the funding to train staff to deliver a support programme for women who have experienced domestic abuse. This will enable staff to learn and pass on skills for providing in-house psychological support to vulnerable women to help them come to terms with their experiences, improve self-esteem and take control of their own lives free from abuse.

£9,305 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2015 Brook Farm Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community music and dance festival following a ten-week period of open music and dance workshops for the wider community. This will provide residents of a rural area with a free and accessible community event to encourage greater community cohesion, as well as celebrate local talent and support people of all abilities.

£5,500 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2015 Mulbarton Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install picnic tables and a modern roundabout that can be accessed by children and young people of all abilities. This will enable the group to enhance its existing public spaces by installing accessible play equipment and providing seating so that families, children and young people have a venue to meet, socialise and engage in active outdoor play.

£8,909 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2015 Stoke by Nayland Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment to set up a road safety action group involving local residents of all ages. This will enable the group to educate drivers and pedestrians about road safety and the dangers of speeding in order to prevent accidents and improve overall road safety in the parish.

£7,598 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2015 Harpenden Free School Limited

The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install outdoor play equipment at the groups new location. This will enable the group to provide a safe and accessible outdoor play resource for pupils to encourage creative, active and developmental outdoor play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2015 Crescent Summer School Project

The organisation will use the funding to work with children and young people to plan and deliver an activity club for young people from predominantly BME backgrounds during the school holidays. This will enable children and young people to plan their own diversionary, creative and educational activities and workshops in order to support their development, wellbeing and opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2015 Fleetville Infant and Nursery School

The organisation will use the funding to install soft-tread all weather safety surfacing on the outdoor areas of the school. This will enable the group to provide an even and safe surface for outdoor play that can be used throughout the year during and outside of school time.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2015 Cambridge SCA

The organisation will use the funding to enhance its current volunteer mentoring project by developing an award badge scheme that will help volunteers to plan focused activities with young people receiving mentoring support. This will encourage young people to work with their mentor to achieve badges for activities such as kindness, exercise, and adventure so that they become more engaged in the project and can participate in an activity of their choice as a reward for their achievements and development.

£3,246 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2015 Young Norfolk Arts Festival

Young Norfolk Arts Festival projects 2015 and 2016

£25,000 Arts Council England
11 May 2015 YoHa

Wrecked on the Intertidal Zone

£29,795 Arts Council England
11 May 2015 Hilary Hale Consultancy Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to deliver mentoring and self-coaching support to people who experience low confidence, isolation and lack of personal resilience due to health, social or other factors. This will provide beneficiaries with tailored support to help them to identify and address their needs through one to one counselling and coaching in order to improve confidence, remove barriers to self-development, and improve chances of seeking employment, local support services or further training.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2015 Cranworth Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to replace old, damaged notice boards with modern boards that will be installed in the village. This will enable the group to provide safe and accessible boards for the use of local community groups and residents to display and receive information about local services and notices.

£1,050 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2015 Norfolk Youth Projects

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a new week-long activity based on the Dutch ?Gabberweek?, which will involve young people in a series of teambuilding, character-building and skills development activities. This will enable participants to engage in social, physical and developmental activities in order to broaden horizons, encourage community engagement and working with others.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2015 Moulsham High School

Additional Changing rooms

£150,000 Sport England
7 May 2015 The Rocklands Community Shop Limited

This project will see the group continue to offer the facilities of a community shop, cafe and Post Office to the rurally isolated community in the Rocklands Parish and seven surrounding villages in Brecklands, Norfolk.

£128,209 Big Lottery Fund
7 May 2015 South Green Memorial Hall

The organisation will use the funding to resurface the car park at the village hall, as well as replace two old and rotting doors with appropriate security doors and a new noticeboard. This will enable the group to provide a safe and even surface for people accessing the hall, as well as ensure the hall is secure and that local community groups and residents can display and receive information effectively.

£7,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2015 Wickhambrook Carpet Bowls Club

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a carpet winder, mats and new brightly-coloured bowls. This will enable the group to make bowls sessions and games more accessible by providing bowls that are easy to identify and facilities to ensure that all members and visitors can engage with bowls activities safely and without risk of harm, as well as encourage more members of all ages and abilities.

£5,020 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2015 Keysoe Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to replace old sheds that are used for storage by community groups using the hall with a larger, more accessible storage shed. This will enable the group to remove rotting and inadequate storage sheds and provide a safe, clean and larger facility so that community groups using the hall can easily move furniture and supplies without risk of damage or injury.

£8,500 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2015 Welwyn Hatfield Citizens Advice Bureau

The organisation will use the funding to purchase additional information desks and office equipment for advice, administrative work and training. This will enable the group to recruit and train more volunteers to assist in delivering advice to the wider community on a range of issues, particularly Universal Credit and changes to the welfare system.

£9,316 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2015 Suffolk Coastal District Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£12,560 Sport England
6 May 2015 Chesterton Community College

Cycling for All

£7,893 Sport England
6 May 2015 Amy Mallett

Paperwork! The Physical Musical

£6,743 Arts Council England
6 May 2015 Norton Thurlton and Thorpe Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to renovate the car park at the village hall by levelling the uneven surface and installing grasscrete paving with access paths leading to the hall and a local play area. This will enable the group to provide a safe and accessible car parking facility with additional bays for people with disabilities and new pathways linking it to local facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2015 Dry Drayton Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to resurface its car park and install a new access ramp to the main entrance. This will enable the group to provide a smooth and safe parking and access facility to the village hall, as well as ensure that people who use wheelchairs or have mobility problems can access the hall, activities, and events safely and independently.

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
1 May 2015 Rosmini Centre Wisbech

'RCW'-SPORT.com

£9,969 Sport England
1 May 2015 Colchester Sixth Form College

FEAF3

£56,000 Sport England
1 May 2015 Beccles Rowing Club

New heavy weight double sculling boat

£4,425 Sport England
1 May 2015 Weston Colville Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to remove old and unsafe play equipment on a public recreation ground and install a trim trail with a range of different equipment. This will provide local residents with access to a safe facility that can be used by children of all ages for outdoor play, and by adults as an outdoor gym facility, increasing usage of the site and encouraging greater physical activity.

£2,564 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 Loughton Youth Project

The organisation will use the funding to deliver healthy living, cookery and dining etiquette workshops to young people with opportunities to record a radio broadcast. This will enable the group to increase knowledge of the benefits of healthy eating to improve health along with improving confidence and encourage more healthy eating habits through dining & hosting. This will then be shared via radio broadcasts and developing a healthy menu for a local youth-run community cafe.

£3,556 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 Marlingford & Colton Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to purchase modern play equipment and a secure fence for its outdoor play facility located on an area of public land. This will enable the group to remove old and unsafe equipment and replace it with items encouraging a wide range of outdoor play for children and young people of all ages and abilities.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 Carleton Rode Jubilee Hall

The organisation will use the funding to carry out refurbishment work on the toilets at the village hall and install heating, new sanitary ware and replace cracked flooring. This will enable the group to provide warm, safe and hygienic toilet facilities to community groups and local residents using the hall for activities and community events, as well as make the hall available for use by more organisations by providing safe and accessing washroom facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 The WD50+ Exercise Club (Fyfield)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver an exercise club with healthy living workshops for people over the age of 50, as well as replace old and damaged fitness equipment. This will enable the group to provide affordable healthy social and physically active classes and support to people often at risk of inactivity and health problems to improve health and wellbeing, as well as provide social opportunities in a safe and supportive environment.

£5,100 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 New Routes Integration

This is a new partnership project by New Routes Integration, Bridge Plus+ and English+ in Norwich which will continue to deliver activities and support to asylum seekers, refugees and others from ethnic minority backgrounds. This will allow a more complementary and joined up approach to working with people who have complex needs and face multiple challenges.

£474,183 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2015 Sarah Calver

Circus WTF

£14,688 Arts Council England
30 Apr 2015 Laura McGill

GlassHouse organisational development and touring

£14,760 Arts Council England
30 Apr 2015 Garlic Theatre

Jack and the Beans Talk

£14,330 Arts Council England
30 Apr 2015 HertsCreation

Encounter

£7,900 Arts Council England
30 Apr 2015 Avenues East

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a day of creative, musical, craft and artistic activities for children and adults with disabilities. This will provide participants with access to space-themed creative workshops to encourage social interaction and the chance to engage in creative activities in a supportive and inclusive environment, improving confidence and showcasing what people with disabilities can achieve to the wider community.

£7,365 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2015 Just Ride Southend

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a range of recumbent bicycles suitable for use by people recovering from injury or illness. This will enable the group to provide a wider range of supported cycling activities to accept referrals from local NHS physiotherapy teams and health services to encourage people with ill health or acquired physical impairments to stay active and use adaptive cycling as a form of rehabilitation and exercise.

£7,104 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2015 Ross Peers Sports Centre

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of physical activities to children and young people who lack the confidence to engage in sports or physical activity during or outside of school. This will enable the group to encourage an interest in non-traditional activities and sports to improve health and wellbeing, reducing the risk of obesity and other health problems that can result from inactive lifestyles as well as improving participants? self esteem and confidence.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2015 Marconi Sailing Club

Rowing at Marconi Sailing Club

£10,000 Sport England
29 Apr 2015 Witchford Village College

Ace!

£9,882 Sport England
29 Apr 2015 UCSC Ltd

Community Rowing project

£10,000 Sport England
29 Apr 2015 Kingswood Early Years Centre

The organisation will use the funding to install a fully enclosed and glazed canopy that will be used to accommodate mother and baby and toddler user groups. This will enable the group to expand its membership to include younger, pre-school age children following the closure of local services, as well as an outdoor resource for extracurricular and out of school time activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2015 The London Taxi Benevolent Association For War Disabled

The London Taxi Benevolent Association For War Disabled

£45,630 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2015 FACT

The organisation will use the funding to establish and deliver a weekly befriending and social club for older people with transport provided. This will enable beneficiaries to access social activities to meet other people, strengthen friendships and reduce isolation, improving mental and physical wellbeing as well as encouraging greater integration within their local communities.

£7,286 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2015 The Bragbury Centre

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community event celebrating the group?s new name and bringing local residents and community groups together. This will enable local community groups to promote their services to the wider community, as well as bring together local residents and organisations to encourage greater community cohesion, involvement and support of local services.

£2,065 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2015 Isleham Community Association Limited

The organisation will use the funding to install stage lighting and curtains in the main hall of its community centre. This will enable the group to offer a wider range of activities and facilities to local community groups and residents, as well as provide a staged area for private functions, community activities and public events.

£9,045 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2015 Crossroads Care East Anglia Limited

This is a continuation of an existing project that aims to provide advocacy and participation projects for young carers whilst developing a Transition Forum to enable young carers to continue to have their voices heard after age 18.The project works to ensure that young carers across Norfolk have the opportunity to meet, discuss topics and have their voices heard around issues that affect them.

£499,866 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2015 Crossroads Care East Anglia Limited

This is a continuation of an existing project that aims to provide advocacy and participation projects for young carers whilst developing a Transition Forum to enable young carers to continue to have their voices heard after age 18.The project works to ensure that young carers across Norfolk have the opportunity to meet, discuss topics and have their voices heard around issues that affect them.

£34,166 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2015 Billingford Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to install a community notice board in the village. This will enable the group to provide a resource for community notices so that local residents, groups and visitors can be kept up to date about local events or notices as well as promote their own activities and events.

£2,800 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2015 The Nancy Oldfield Trust Limited

The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install ?first responder? defibrillators around their site and provide training for staff and volunteers to use the equipment in emergencies. This will improve the health and safety of the organisation, providing a safer environment for people with disabilities to enjoy sailing and other waterborne activities.

£7,706 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2015 The BATIC Partnership Trust

The organisation will use the funding to deliver classes in dance, drama and musical theatre during the evenings at its cluster schools. This will enable the group to provide children and young people with creative, physical and developmental activities outside of school time as many local schools have had to reduce performing arts classes, improving confidence, aspirations and opportunities to gain accredited dance qualifications.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2015 Emneth Methodist Church

The organisation will use the funding to level internal floors, create internal access routes to the disabled toilet facilities, and refurbish the kitchen. This will enable the group to provide a safe and hygienic kitchen facility to community groups and other users of the venue, as well as improve accessibility to the toilet facilities for people who are older or have physical disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 Park Radio Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to train volunteers to become Community Animators, who will then deliver outreach work to deliver community activities and radio events around the region. This will enable the group to reach deprived and isolated areas to encourage greater community cohesion and reduced isolation through participation in public radio broadcasts and recording memories and stories from local residents.

£9,825 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 Rickling Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary Scho

The organisation will use the funding to remove old and unsafe play equipment and replace it with a modern facility designed to encourage a range of physical and group play. This will provide pupils, local children and families with a safe and accessible outdoor play resource throughout the year during and outside of school time.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 Essex County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,240,448 Sport England
22 Apr 2015 Fenland District Council

Growing Participation in Rural Communities

£249,919 Sport England
22 Apr 2015 Tamsyn Murray

Buying time to write new novels for 8-12 year olds

£9,500 Arts Council England
22 Apr 2015 Small Nose Productions

I Had a Black Dog?his name was depression.

£15,000 Arts Council England
22 Apr 2015 Leon Williams

Cambridge Emerging Music Festival

£14,050 Arts Council England
22 Apr 2015 Maria Pavledis

Counter Charm Exhibition at Salthouse Church

£6,024 Arts Council England
22 Apr 2015 All Saints Academy Dunstable

The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment so the school can start to deliver Duke of Edinburgh Award activities to pupils. This will provide children and young people with opportunities to earn awards through developing teamworking skills, aspirations and teamwork which will also improve their academic performance and potential to succeed.

£5,619 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Prae Wood Primary school

The organisation will use the funding to extend its outdoor space by installing artificial grass onto a section of playing field which is currently inaccessible. This will enable the group to provide enough outdoor space for increasing numbers of pupils and for community events by replacing a waterlogged and unsafe grassed area with all-weather artificial turf.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Pinewood School

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of sports and physical activity taster sessions for children and young people in the region with moderate learning difficulties or disabilities. This will provide beneficiaries with opportunities to engage in physical and creative activities to reduce isolation, improve social and communication skills, as well as encourage integration into mainstream activities and events by boosting confidence and providing access support.

£7,173 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Sing Your Heart Out West (SYHOW)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a year-long programme of singing workshops aimed at people who are socially isolated, have mental health problems or experience other issues that present challenge and difficulty to their lives. This will use singing as a means of social integration and improving confidence in order to improve the wellbeing, health and self esteem of beneficiaries, with community performances to celebrate their achievements and reduce stigma associated with mental illness.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Normandy Veterans Association Southend & District Branch No

Normandy Veterans Association Southend & District Branch No

£4,135 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Oxhey Wood Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install an outdoor play area with a climbing wall on the grounds of the school. This will enable the group to provide safe and accessible outdoor play facilities for pupils, local community groups and the wider community during and outside of school time to support physical, social and emotional development.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 The Restoration Trust

Changing Minds: the changing landscape of social welfare and mental health provision in North Norfolk

£89,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Swaffham Town Council

Swaffham Market 800: Exploring eight centuries of Market heritage

£36,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 The Windmill Primary Federation

Tall Tales of Tom, The Marshland Giant

£45,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Cambridge Fans United

100 Years of Coconuts Museum, Hall of Fame & Former Players' Association

£56,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 Norfolk County Council

Norfolk Trails Heritage Rangers

£16,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2015 490th Bomb Group Memorial Project

Youth Involvement and research into 490th BG USAAF on Eye Airfield

£39,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2015 Ridgefield Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a scrap store playpod facility that will be installed on the playground, as well as train lunchtime supervisors and pupils in creative play, conflict resolution and building positive relationships. This will enable the group to provide pupils with a facility that will encourage creative outdoor play, as well as show them how to play safely with their friends, sort out conflicts and use the scrapstore as a way to learn new skills and support development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2015 Create

The organisation will use the funding to purchase additional digital filmmaking equipment and deliver workshops in scriptwriting, film production and employability skills to people who are unemployed, have low incomes or have caring responsibilities.This will enable the group to provide support to people who are NEET by using creative filmmaking to improve confidence and employability skills.

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2015 The Wroxham School

The organisation will use the funding to create a safe and accessible outdoor play resource on the grounds of the school. This will enable the group to provide equipment to provide physically-challenging active play to pupils and extracurricular groups during and outside of school time and throughout the year.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2015 Friends of Ipswich Town FC

The organisation will use the funding to develop a programme encouraging pupils at Key Stage 2 to improve their literacy skills through interviewing local football players and acting as members of the press with visits to the football ground and resource packs. This will enable the group to use football and journalism to engage with pupils and assist them in developing and improving listening, speaking and writing skills to improve educational attainment and future opportunities.

£9,915 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2015 South East and Central Essex Mind Limited

This is a continuation and expansion of the project that aims to improve the mental well-being of people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Adjustment Disorder (AD), and/ or Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) in South Essex and London borders. Activities will include specialist weekly counselling sessions tailored to the specific needs of the beneficiaries.

£282,044 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2015 Downham Feoffees Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install a range of outdoor play equipment on the grounds of the school that will be made available to pupils, extracurricular clubs and the wider community during and outside of school time. This will enable the group to provide a safe and accessible outdoor play resource to encourage more physical activity and social play to improve health, reduce the risk of obesity, and support childrens social and emotional development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2015 Stevenage Cricket Club

Ground Equipment Enhancement

£4,500 Sport England
17 Apr 2015 Newton Bowls Club

Newton Bowls Club Improvement Project

£10,000 Sport England
17 Apr 2015 Norfolk Schools Sailing Association

Developing sailing opportunities for young people age 14+

£9,084 Sport England
16 Apr 2015 Fakenham Infant and Nursery School

The organisation will use the funding to replace grassed areas at the school?s existing playground with all weather soft surfacing. This will enable the group to create a larger outdoor area which can be accessed safely throughout the year by children and young people of all abilities, as well as provide a community play facility for use outside of school time.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
16 Apr 2015 Deben Yacht Club

Increasing the Number and Type of Club Boats

£10,000 Sport England
15 Apr 2015 Andersons Acres Area Community Celebration Events

The organisation will use the funding to hold a community event with games, a street party and food provided by local residents and businesses. This will enable the group to deliver a public event inviting all residents to meet one another, and for older residents to meet and welcome their new neighbours to encourage better community cohesion and reducing isolation.

£1,175 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2015 Braughing Play Area Committee

The organisation will use the funding to expand its public play area by installing equipment suitable for older children and children with disabilities or additional physical needs. This will enable the group to provide equipment suitable for children and young people of all ages and abilities, meaning that more can benefit from active outdoor play and will not have to travel outside of the area to access play facilities.

£8,195 Big Lottery Fund