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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Feb 2015 Caroline Golding

Mr Gerald meets Tanni Grey-Thompson

£15,697 Arts Council England
19 Feb 2015 Dunmow St Mary's Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to replace an old and unsafe piece of outdoor play equipment with a modern, safe all-weather facility with safety surfacing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 Blackmore, Hook End & Wyatts Green Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to create a community allotment with secure perimeter fencing, water supply and storage facilities. This will enable the group to provide a safe and secure allotment to the local community for growing food or enjoying the outdoors.

£4,588 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 Lewsey Farm Learning Centre

This charity will use the funding to deliver English lessons focusing on vocabulary relating to sexual and reproductive health, UK law relating to women?s health and issues and language needed to communicate with health professionals. This will give women from BME communities the skills and confidence to seek medical, legal or wellbeing advice successfully in order to be more independent and reduce the risk of experiencing poor health or dangerous situations.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 Sarah Crompton

bloominauschwitz

£12,128 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Newton Parish Council

This council in Wisbech will use the funding to develop and distribute a survey questionnaire to all households in the parish seeking views on local issues and concerns. This will enable the group to collate local opinions and worries so that the group and the local district council can shape local service delivery, address issues and improve wellbeing and community cohesion in the community.

£1,593 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2015 Wilderness Foundation UK

The organisation will use the funding to deliver healthy workshops and food growing activities for local people with learning disabilities.

£5,980 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2015 Paul Thompson

Floating (Working Title)

£10,179 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Jonnie Bayfield

IDIOTS

£12,830 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Tin House

Norfolk Broad

£15,000 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Vinta Morgan

Rogue Trader

£14,050 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 TheatreState

Tribute Acts - Development and Tour

£14,999 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Stuff And Things

Bring Me Sunshine

£13,650 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Steven Ockendon

Mind-Act

£10,430 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Katie Cooper

Mrs McMoon 2015 Tour and Online Development

£14,430 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Lost in Translation Circus

Cirque Bordello stage two research and development

£15,000 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Legacy East Almshouse Partnership

This charity in Chelmsford will use the funding to take over the management of almshouses that are currently owned by local charities or housing associations that are either at risk of folding or unable to meet the needs of their older service users. The project will also carry out a publicity exercise informing the local community of the change and the group?s activities.

£9,660 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 The Kings Hedges Family Support Project

The Kings Hedges Family Support Project will use this funding to deliver weekly sessions in two deprived wards of Cambridge for disadvantaged parents with children aged up to three years old. Expert staff will run the sessions which will include support and opportunities to improve family health, well-being, life skills and parenting skills through a range of activities. Outreach support will also be offered and advice on managing finances.

£398,225 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 play the city now or never

Play The City Now Or Never!

£35,038 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Aldeburgh Music

Exceptional awards

£200,000 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Apartment House

Apartment House 20th Anniversary

£14,990 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Bad Physics

The Adventure 2015 tour & Only Connect second stage

£15,000 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 Saint Edmund's Society

This charity will use the funding to purchase additional tools and equipment for its skills development project. This will enable the group to deliver a wider range of accredited training in safe and professional construction and trade skills to young people who do not access mainstream education due to deprivation, social exclusion or other vulnerabilities, improving their chances of securing employment or re-entering mainstream education.

£7,184 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2015 Paddington Children's Holiday Scheme

This is a project by a community organisation in Suffolk serving beneficiaries in Westminster. The group will use the funding to provide a residential trip to the country for disadvantaged children who experience social emotional and behavioural problems. This will broaden young people?s experiences and raise expectations.

£2,460 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2015 The Nedging with Naughton Village Hall and Community Council

The organisation will use the funding to carry out a range of refurbishment work at the village hall including installing energy-efficient lighting and replacement windows.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2015 Iceni Microscopy Study Group

This organisation in East Harling will use the funding to purchase presentation equipment and equipment for displaying microscopic images in real time and delivering presentations. This will enable the group to deliver meetings, talks, activities and community events effectively and ensuring that all members and visitors can learn from and interact with activities.

£2,610 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2015 Kettle s Yard Gallery

Kettle s Yard: Looking Ahead - Capital stage two

£3,500,000 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 UK Centre for Carnival Arts

Spectacle of Carnival (II)

£171,834 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 H2DANCE

Staging Ages creation, premiere, tour & org dev

£47,000 Arts Council England
14 Feb 2015 Capel Community Trust

The organisation will use the funding to replace old and leaking roofs at the village hall with modern safe and energy efficient roofing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Findacure Foundation

This charity will use the funding to develop short training videos for rare disease patient groups. These groups are often made up of patients or families of people living with a condition. The videos will offer advice about reaching vulnerable patients, research development, available support and funding for patient groups and information about drug therapies and developments. The project aims to increase the professionalism and effectiveness of the support patient groups provide.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Howard Vyse Social Club

This voluntary organisation in Clacton-on-Sea will use the funding to purchase equipment and resources in order to set up a social club for residents of a sheltered housing scheme and the wider community. This will enable the group to deliver a wide range of recreational and social activities to encourage residents to engage with the wider community in order to reduce isolation and improve mental and physical wellbeing through building social networks and creating opportunities for community events.

£4,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Stalham Town Hall Management Committee

This charity in Stalham will use the funding to remove old kitchen fittings at its town hall to install a modern, accessible and energy-efficient new kitchen for preparing food or delivering activities. This will enable the group to ensure that community groups and residents using the hall can access a safe kitchen and deliver a wider range of community activities and events.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Little Paxton Parish Council

The parish council in Huntingdonshire will use the funding to install community public access defibrillators in three key locations in the village with public awareness sessions. This will enable the group to provide basic training in using the defibrillators to the local community.

£8,097 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 Thurrock Local History Society

Raising awareness in Thurrock of Alfred Russel Wallace

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 Curious Directive

curious directive - Spring & Autumn Tour - PIONEER

£45,560 Arts Council England
12 Feb 2015 Bury My Heart

The Tyburnia Tour

£14,538 Arts Council England
11 Feb 2015 Stevenage and North Herts Athletics Club

This voluntary organisation will use the funding to run athletics open days for the local community and purchase a new timing system. This will enable the group to attract and retain more new members by running open events giving people a chance to try running and other sports, as well as provide a way of measuring running times and progress in order to keep people motivated, improving health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Thornham Magna Bowls Club

The Eye in Suffolk organisation will use the funding to carry out resurfacing and extension to its parking area and purchase a mower for the maintenance of the bowling green. This will enable the group to provide an appropriate surface for bowls activities.

£7,891 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Healthy Living, Healthy Lives Community Interest Company

This community interest company in Loughton will use the funding to establish a project providing services to local homeless people. The project will offer a hot meal, clothing and support to access services or training. The project aims to support people at risk of or currently homeless to become a more active part of their communities.

£9,968 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Forum Trust Ltd

A Nurse Misremembered?

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Sandringham and West Newton CE School

The King's Men

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Hertford Museum

From Bull Plain to the Battlefields

£53,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 de Havilland Aircraft Museum

Commemoration of the first flight of the de Havilland Mosquito prototype

£41,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Suffolk Horse Society

Tracing the future: exploring the heritage of the Suffolk Punch

£85,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Association for Suffolk Museums

Creative Heritage in Mind

£39,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Viva Arts and Community Group

StreetLife 1939-45

£77,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Foundation for Indian Performing Arts (FIPA)

Beyond The Gurkhas

£35,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 All England Netball Association

Celebrating 90 years of netball through securing and sharing its heritage

£50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Nene Park Trust

Nene Park: The Untold Story - Revisiting its past to shape its future

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Young People Taking Action

Craft A Coracle

£24,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Creative Collisions

Crafting History - Researching the history of craft in Great Yarmouth with contemporary practitioners

£38,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Kerry Campbell

The Midas Touch - ANTIdote

£14,750 Arts Council England
11 Feb 2015 Laura Cannell

Re-Chord-Air - Repertoire & Development

£12,735 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 Great Yarmouth Arts Festival CIC

a series of creative workshops involving the local community in creating a piece of art for a carnival parade and festival. This will involve local residents in working together to celebrate the history of the area and its inhabitants, encouraging greater community cohesion and acceptance of different backgrounds and cultures.

£8,575 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Czerwona Kartka Rasizmowi (Red Card to Racism Eastern Europe

This organisation in Stevenage will use the funding to establish a community hub for people from Polish and Eastern European communities to receive advice and support. This will enable the group to set up a base for ESOL support, English-language sports and physical activities to help develop language and teamwork skills while keeping fit. A festival showcasing and celebrating Polish and Eastern European culture in order to encourage better community cohesion and understanding will also be held.

£9,865 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Essex Multicultural Activities Network Community Interest Co

The organisation will use the funding to run culturally sensitive exercise and healthy eating classes and a health improvement pilot for women from BME communities.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN

Number 1, The Plaza at Soho Theatre (main house)

£21,861 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 Mike Elliston

TRAILER/trash

£4,581 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 Lola Stafford Consulting Ltd

This limited by guarantee company will use the funding to deliver a programme of work skill training, peer mentoring and personal management strategies to young people involved in or at risk of antisocial behaviour or crime. This will provide beneficiaries with support to help them reflect on their previous life choices and develop skills in order to enter employment, volunteering or further education to improve aspirations, achievements and confidence.

£9,625 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2015 The Atrium North Norfolk Ltd

Inspiring Our Town

£70,000 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 Briony Clarke

Portmeirion Village - Artist in Residence

£11,480 Arts Council England
8 Feb 2015 Water Wish Limited

This company in Norwich will use the funding to develop a business plan and purchase equipment to set up a project providing physical outdoor activities to young people with disabilities or additional needs in partnership with local activity practitioners. This will enable young people who often face barriers to participation with access to supported activities in order to improve confidence, physical and mental health and wellbeing, and provide the same opportunities as their peers.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
8 Feb 2015 The Luney Club

This charity in Dovercourt will use the funding to purchase new furniture for its community facility to replace old, worn and unsafe tables and chairs. This will enable the group to provide safe and modern facilities for local residents and community groups using the hall for activities and events.

£3,200 Big Lottery Fund
6 Feb 2015 Commonswood Primary & Nursery School

This school in Welwyn Garden City will use the funding to install a variety of educational and adventurous outdoor play equipment on the school grounds. This will provide pupils and children attending after school clubs or activities with access to a safe outdoor area for developmental and educational play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Feb 2015 Fairview Under Fives Group

This is a project by a charity in Rayleigh in Essex. The organisation will use the funding to replace old and unhygienic carpeting at its nursery with an easy to clean flooring. This will enable the group to provide an appropriate facility for preschool activities with a hardwearing, safe and hygienic floor.

£6,048 Big Lottery Fund
6 Feb 2015 Romford Lions

This is a project by a charity in Romford serving beneficiaries in Havering. The group will use the funding to purchase a new trailer that will transport its miniature train attraction around the community. This will bring the equipment in line with health and safety requirements and improve the way in which the group reaches community events.

£5,544 Big Lottery Fund
6 Feb 2015 Nicola Williams

The Chorus of Cyberbullying

£4,252 Arts Council England
6 Feb 2015 Kadam Dance & Music

Between the Notes- celebrating voice and movement

£10,775 Arts Council England
5 Feb 2015 Witchford Village College

This secondary school in Ely will use the funding to provide sports leadership training to pupils at risk of low educational attainment who will then deliver tri-golf activities to a local primary school. This will provide beneficiaries with access to physical activities to improve health as well as opportunities to gain accredited leadership qualifications to improve confidence and prospects.

£9,280 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Silver Road Community Centre

This charity will use the funding to renovate the outdoor space at its newly-acquired community centre with space for planting, herb growing, a courtyard cafe and seating. This will enable the group to make better use of the outdoor space and provide a range of new activities to the wider community, as well as make the site more welcoming and accessible for activities.

£9,345 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Oakley Lower School

The Bedford organisation will use the funding to install a canopy that will provide shade and shelter for an area of the playground. This will enable the school to make the playground accessible during sunny or poor weather.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,083,095 Sport England
5 Feb 2015 Living Sport

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,183,463 Sport England
4 Feb 2015 Hoddesdon Triathlon Club

This voluntary organisation in Broxbourne will use the funding to deliver a project providing young people who do not engage with physical activity with opportunities to participate in triathlon sports, healthy living workshops and gain a coaching qualification. The project aims to provide beneficiaries with support to access physical activities and healthy lifestyle choices, as well as improving confidence and reducing anti-social behaviour.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Relate Cambridge

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Cambridge. The organisation will use the funding to establish and deliver additional counselling sessions for children of clients receiving counselling. This will enable the group to provide help and guidance for young people affected by their parents? relationship breaking down or ending to prevent long-term psychological, emotional and behavioural problems and improve the health and wellbeing of families experiencing difficulties.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 The Lin Berwick Trust

The group will use the funding to replace flooring in their Scottish holiday home.

£2,068 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Norwich and Norfolk Community Arts Limited

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Norwich. The organisation will use the funding to develop a year-long programme of inclusive and open-access creative workshops targeting families and people experiencing marginalisation due to social or economic isolation, antisocial behaviour or other factors, with Community Animators working with each group to encourage them to express themselves and the issues they face.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 La Dante in Cambridge

This organisation will use the funding to purchase additional learning resources, software and provide training to tutors so that the group can start to deliver English and Italian language courses online. This will enable the group to provide accessible language tuition for a range of abilities to more people to improve English or Italian skills for employment, studying, travel or integration with communities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Buckworth Cricket Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Buckworth in Huntingdonshire. The organisation will use the funding to install insulation in the walls and ceiling of the group?s community hub. This will enable the group to ensure that the building can be accessed safely throughout the year and encourage more community groups and residents to use the facility during the winter.

£8,760 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Stapleford Parish Council

This parish council will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment on the recreation ground. This will enable the group to provide an accessible and free fitness facility for local residents of all ages, abilities and levels of fitness.

£9,129 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Strumpshaw Parish Council

This parish council in Strumpshaw will use the funding to install community notice boards within the parish with information about local services, notices and community events. This will enable the group to provide accessible information for residents of a rural area where the Internet is not reliable to ensure that people can be kept up to date about events and local information and encourage greater community cohesion and integration.

£2,206 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Rochford District Council

River Crouch Celebrations

£28,853 Arts Council England
3 Feb 2015 Essex Book Festival Limited

Essex Book Festival Development Programme 2015-16

£47,225 Arts Council England
2 Feb 2015 Defibrillators Before Demand

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Stevenage in Hertfordshire. Funding will be used to install two public-access defibrillators in Stevenage and Knebworth that will be made available during an emergency with advice from 999 dispatchers and paramedics. This will enable the group to provide the local community with a resource that can be used in an emergency situation with appropriate advice, preventing complications or deaths often caused by delayed ambulances by providing treatment quickly.

£3,626 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 GR8 AS U R

This is a project by a company limited by guarantee in Norwich. The organisation will use the funding to hold a conference inviting local residents, academics, policy-makers, educational and psychology professionals and victims of bullying to discuss factors that contribute towards bullying, latest research and what can be done to reduce incidents of bullying in schools and wider community.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Long Melford Community Association

This is a project by a registered charity in Suffolk. The organisation will use the funding to replace old and unsafe accessible toilets as well as install a baby changing area at its community venue. This will enable the group to provide accessible and safe toilet facilities for users of the hall, as well as accommodate parents and their younger children or babies by providing adequate changing facilities, increasing the range of activities available to the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Great Yarmouth Creative Community Studios

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Great Yarmouth. The organisation will use the funding to deliver weekly music and creative workshops aimed at young people in the area who are homeless, NEET, young carers or repeat offenders to encourage self-expression, social interaction and improved confidence. This will provide beneficiaries with the skills to better integrate with their communities, develop aspirations and gain work experience to help them to succeed and make positive life.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2015 Kempston Rugby Union Football Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Bedford. The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment and set up free fitness areas indoors and outdoors at its social centre. This will provide local residents and community groups with access to a free fitness resource for activities and healthy living projects, increasing the range of activities available in the area and supporting people with improving fitness and exercise.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2015 Withy Arts

This voluntary organisation will use the funding to work with women and their children from a women?s refuge, young people with learning disabilities and women with mental illness to create art pieces using natural materials. Art work will be displayed at an arts festival, showcasing their talents and challenging stereotypes in order to encourage greater community cohesion and understanding. The project aims to reduce isolation and provide participants with a way to express themselves.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2015 Cambridge Chinese Community Centre

This charity will use the funding to deliver a Chinese New Year celebration event with cultural performances and opportunities to meet with and learn from members of local Chinese communities. This will enable the group to celebrate and raise awareness of Chinese culture, as well as bringing people together to encourage greater community cohesion and understanding, reducing isolation often felt by the local Chinese community.

£1,500 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Alexander Rae

KeepinItGrimy Show

£13,977 Arts Council England
30 Jan 2015 Jacques Rogers

Production and national tour of Insect Diaries

£12,042 Arts Council England
29 Jan 2015 Ravensden Village Hall

This is a project by a registered charity in Bedford. The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the men?s toilet facilities at the village hall. This will enable the group to replace the old, mouldy and leaking facilities with modern and safe amenities as well as repair leaks and damaged caused by the older toilets and poor drainage.

£5,200 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jan 2015 WIZDM

Madiba Music

£13,275 Arts Council England
28 Jan 2015 Rankin's Cricket Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Rochford in Essex. The organisation will use the funding to replace unsafe flooring and purchase additional furniture that will be made available to residents and community groups using the facilities for activities and events. This will enable the group to accommodate increasing numbers of service users by providing adequate seating and tables, as well as ensure the safety of users by removing and replacing an old and unsafe floor.

£4,911 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 Wickham Market Village Hall

This is a project by a registered charity in Woodbridge in Suffolk. The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment and set up a community cinema at its village hall. This will enable the group to establish a film club for the local community, as well as provide resources that will be made available to community groups using the hall so that a wider range of activities and events can be delivered, as well as encourage greater use of the hall.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 Neil Paris

After The Fall: A Little Morality Play (work title)

£15,000 Arts Council England
28 Jan 2015 Flora Wellesley Wesley

Dancer-led Choreographic Commissioning Project

£14,994 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 Grassroots Programme

This is a project by a registered charity in Luton. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community performance with a band made up of members from Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths, with additional workshops and social gatherings during Eid, Hannukah and Holocaust Memorial Day. This will encourage greater cohesion between people from different faiths and the wider community by improving understanding and celebrating different faiths and cultures.

£8,915 Big Lottery Fund