Lottery grants awarded to Luton, Eastern

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Aug 2007 The Crime Concern Trust Limited

Under the Community Space Challenge (CSC) programme young people who are at risk of offending or anti-social behaviour will have the opportunity to re-engage with their local communities through environmental activities. These activities include allotment

£9,655,430 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jan 2002 Luton Carnival Arts Development Trust Ltd

Currently no single facility dedicated to supporting & developing carnival arts

£3,783,567 Arts Council England
13 Dec 2005 Luton Museums Service

Stockwood Discovery Centre

£3,783,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jul 1996 Bute Street Arts And Media Trust

Refurbishment of premises

£3,469,043 Arts Council England
5 Jun 2014 Luton Borough Council

Building a sustainable future for Wardown Park Museum

£1,989,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Jun 2014 Luton Borough Council

Building a sustainable future for Wardown Park Museum

£1,837,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Sep 2003 Luton Borough Council

This grant will help Denbigh High School establish a new four-court sports hall, which will provide cricket, basketball, badminton and dance. The project will benefit 930 pupils from Denbigh, 2,300 pupils from other local schools and 500 people from the

£1,427,000 New Opportunities Fund
22 Jun 2017 Luton Cultural Services Trust (Luton Culture)

The Grit in the Oyster - reimagining 47 Guildford Street

£1,321,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Oct 2007 Luton Borough Council

This project will revitalise Luton Central Library, creating a modern, attractive library and learning centre, where all the community feel welcome and where a wide variety of learning opportunities are available. The project will create zones to facilita

£1,247,955 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,083,095 Sport England
14 Jul 2016 Luton Borough Council supporting Luton in Harmony

The project aims to tackle worklessness to raise the aspirations of people and communities. It will support participants to overcome barriers, increase confidence and move into or nearer to paid employment.

£1,079,978 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2001 Luton Borough Council

Wardown Park

£1,068,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2010 Luton Carnival Arts Development Trust Ltd

Regional Carnival Archive

£726,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2014 Luton Cultural Services Trust

Creative people and places

£686,531 Arts Council England
1 Sep 1999 Luton Borough Council

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£627,392 New Opportunities Fund
1 Jun 2000 Bedfordshire and Luton Education Business Partnership

To provide out of hours learning opportunities for pupils in 31 primary schools 23 secondary schools and 2 special schools with the aim of raising achievement and self-confidence. Activities will include an African drumming group, ICT workshops, drama clu

£588,040 New Opportunities Fund
4 May 2011 Active Luton (Trust)

Team Beds & Luton CSP Funding 2011/2015

£586,074 Sport England
15 Feb 1999 Luton Town FC

Football Youth Development Programme

£556,537 Sport England
8 Sep 2014 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£546,531 Sport England
1 Sep 2002 Luton Borough Council

School Sport Coordinator Partnership

£540,243 Sport England
18 Dec 2007 Luton Borough Council

Luton Borough Council's play portfolio will improve the equality of access to play provision for children and young people in Luton. The portfolio of projects will benefit 8,055 children including young people who are looked after, children from BME commu

£520,029 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2001 Luton Primary Care Trust

This new project will create a number of small healthy living centres in eight priority districts of Luton, with community health workers and volunteers appointed to liaise with local people and co-ordinate the centres' work. Cookery clubs, exercise class

£507,948 New Opportunities Fund
12 Feb 2016 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£504,989 Sport England
29 Nov 2001 Luton Borough Council

Foxdell Junior School

£500,000 Sport England
11 Jan 2002 Luton Borough Council

St. Matthew's Junior School

£500,000 Sport England
6 Mar 2002 Luton Borough Council

Maidenhall Junior School

£500,000 Sport England
28 Feb 2003 Foxdell Junior School

Foxdell Junior School

£500,000 Sport England
28 Feb 2003 Maidenhall Junior School

Maidenhall Junior School

£500,000 Sport England
28 Feb 2003 St. Matthew's Junior School

St. Matthew's Junior School

£500,000 Sport England
23 Mar 2016 Citizens Advice Luton

The aim of this project is to target people in financial hardship as a result of sanctions, benefits issues and unmanaged debt. The lack of money is compounded by gambling addition, loss of employment, domestic abuse and mental health issues. Low levels of literacy, relating to financial, numeracy and ICT are also contributing factors.

£499,988 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2008 Luton Rights

A five year project led by Luton Rights involing five partners. The project will form Luton Advice Network which aims to involve all the voluntary community organisations in the area. The applicant has indicated that the direct delivery of advice will f

£499,933 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2007 Bedfordshire African Community Centre

A range of services for people with mental health issues will reduce social isolation and further engage them with the community thanks. A designated outreach officer will work with participants who will receive advice and guidance; social and leisure eve

£484,115 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2014 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£411,837 Sport England
7 Jul 2000 Luton Borough Council

Luton Sport Action Zone

£410,000 Sport England
22 Apr 2002 Luton Borough Council on behalf of Dallow Primary School

Upgrade to Facilities

£400,182 Sport England
20 Feb 2009 Active Luton

CSP Core Spec Funding

£400,000 Sport England
4 May 2017 Luton Irish Forum

This project will support older Irish people and the travelling community in Luton, Dunstable and Houghton Regis. The aim is to meet basic needs, improve quality of life and decrease isolation by creating access to culturally appropriate affordable activities. These will include social clubs, computer classes, creative arts and physical activities which will be provided to 225 people.

£376,995 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2016 Luton Cultural Services Trust

Luton Investment Programme

£375,000 Arts Council England
15 Apr 2016 University of Bedfordshire

Luton Investment Programme

£374,993 Arts Council England
13 Oct 1999 Luton Borough Council

Luton Life Display Project

£372,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2003 Luton Borough Council

The grant will improve and enhance the appearance of the town by delivering two large environmental projects that will help improve areas suffering from the social and economic deprivation associated with urban decline. The projects will transform public

£370,716 New Opportunities Fund
21 May 2014 The Disability Resource Centre

No Limits Bedfordshire

£357,885 Sport England
25 Nov 1999 Bangladesh Youth League (Luton)

The project will convert several derelict garages to house a range of community activities including a playgroup and an elderly person's day centre. This three year grant will pay for refurbishment costs, professional fees, kitchen and play equipment, s

£342,800 Community Fund
14 Sep 2010 Diverse FM

This radio and training project aims to enhance existing provisions at Luton-based community radio station, Diverse FM, and develop a fully resourced and staffed community media and training centre. This will be used to house and run a range of accredited

£322,448 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2006 Active Luton

Bedfordshire CSP Business Plan

£308,018 Sport England
5 Aug 2008 Playtarium Holiday Club

This project, based in Luton, will continue and expand an existing out of school service. The project aims to improve the service to accommodate 50 children in one session and to offer half of those places free of charge to hard to reach families who are

£301,650 Big Lottery Fund
29 May 2003 Voluntary Action Luton

The Project Will Increase Informal And Formal Community Action And Volunteering By Individuals And Businesses In Luton. It Wil Create A Wider Choice Of Volunteering Opportunities, Increase The Quality Of Opportunity By Developing Best Practice Among Volun

£299,850 Community Fund
31 Jan 2012 Mary Seacole Housing Association

A grant of ?295,945 is going to Mary Seacole Housing Association to provide mentoring, practical support and training for homeless young people aged 16 to 30 years old. The project will help these young people to access accommodation and to develop life a

£295,945 Big Lottery Fund
16 Oct 2012 The Centre for All Families Positive Health (CAFPH)

A new project to support children, young people and families across the East of England to manage issues around HIV/AIDS. The Centre For All Families Positive Health (CAFPH) will improve the health management and coping skills of beneficiaries. Young peop

£294,551 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jun 2017 Luton Borough Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£292,390 Sport England
30 Jan 2013 Active Luton (Trust)

Team Beds & Luton CSP Funding 2011/2015

£290,000 Sport England
18 Jun 2013 Luton Community Housing Limited

This is a new project based in Luton delivered by Luton Community Housing Limited (LCH) which aims to improve the mental health and access to mental health services for young homeless people by providing accessible Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) inte

£282,907 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2016 Luton Community Housing Limited

This project will support people who are homeless and living in temporary hostel accommodation. The group will provide cognitive behavioural therapy to help people address mental health issues, and increase awareness amongst hostel staff to better support residents. The project aims to reduce substance misuse, anti-social behaviour and victimisation, and help people engage with training, education or employment. Residents will be involved in decision-making, promoting the service and organising events.

£278,069 Big Lottery Fund
14 May 2012 The Luton Churches Education Trust

This is a development of an existing project which provides online support, networking and resources for young people who self-harm. It will continue to deliver online provision which allows young people to learn about self-harm and to discuss with other

£277,905 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2016 Luton Community Housing Limited

This project will support people who are homeless and living in temporary hostel accommodation. The group will provide cognitive behavioural therapy to help people address mental health issues, and increase awareness amongst hostel staff to better support residents. The project aims to reduce substance misuse, anti-social behaviour and victimisation, and help people engage with training, education or employment. Residents will be involved in decision-making, promoting the service and organising events.

£277,448 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2011 Gem Community Ventures Community Interest Company

This is a continuation and expansion of the existing Youth Ablaze project in Luton. The project aims to support young people and youth parenting by diagnosing problems and imparting relevant techniques and skills to make young people more responsible memb

£266,598 Big Lottery Fund
14 Dec 2010 Active Luton

Active Women

£266,428 Sport England
6 Nov 2013 The Rain Trust

This is a continuation of a successful project providing access to training, employment and peer to peer support to beneficiaries across London. The project aims to support Africans who are HIV positive to develop their skills and confidence to increase t

£265,781 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2001 Icknield Childcare Consortium

The grant will be used to provide 110 before-school, 190 after-school and 270 weekend places by creating three new schemes. The places will cater for children aged 5 - 16 years old in the urban area of Luton and will principally serve the three partner sc

£260,000 New Opportunities Fund
1 Jun 2000 Bedfordshire and Luton Education Business Partnership

To provide a diverse programme of learning activities across ten schools in the LEA. The wide range of activities will include homework clubs, arts workshops, literacy, language clubs and ICT support.

£257,753 New Opportunities Fund
19 Mar 2013 Bedfordshire African Community Centre Limited

The project will support the African community in Luton and surrounding area to improve their mental health, confidence and well-being through improved access to services, information, advice and guidance, and improved skills to improve the quality of the

£255,612 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2000 Bedfordshire & Luton Education Business Partnership

The range of summer schools available to children across Bedfordshire will be extended through this project so that achievement by pupils is raised and their self-esteem is improved. A summer college for 14 to 16-year-olds will be extended with a junior c

£252,500 New Opportunities Fund
28 Feb 2003 Farley Junior School

Farley Junior School

£250,000 Sport England
10 Mar 2008 UK Centre for Carnival Arts

Launch events for UK Centre for Carnival Arts

£250,000 Arts Council England
17 Apr 2002 Luton Primary Care Trust

From April 2002 a two year scheme will provide free fruit every school day to children aged four, five and six in LEA-maintained infant schools in Luton. Every school will have volunteer staff to implement the activity. An area co-ordinator will recruit s

£244,189 New Opportunities Fund
17 Feb 2010 UK Centre for Carnival Arts

Carnival Lovely Carnival!

£240,000 Arts Council England
21 Feb 2017 Active Luton

CSP Funding 2014-17

£239,853 Sport England
15 May 2014 UKactive

GHGIS

£223,345 Sport England
16 Oct 2013 Active Luton

Active Women - Active Luton

£218,910 Sport England
19 Dec 1995 Bangladesh Youth League (Luton)

To improve the quality of lives amongst the disadvantaged communities

£217,000 Community Fund
20 Jul 2001 Luton Library Service

The People's Network programme in all the 8 libraries in Luton Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 88 computer terminals will be available to library users to access the Inter

£209,492 New Opportunities Fund
14 Mar 2003 Luton Borough Council - Pastures Way Nursery School

The project aims to create 51 new childcare places by extending a current nursery to accommodate 0-3 year olds, on a junior school site in Luton.

£206,061 New Opportunities Fund
11 Jun 1996 The Bedfordshire John Howard Society

To consolidate services for disadvantaged youth such as accommodation, training and health advice. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, salary, office running costs, training expenses, information, education and promotional material, volu

£201,881 Community Fund
12 Oct 2010 Active Luton

CSP Core Spec Funding

£200,000 Sport England
19 Apr 2013 UKactive

GHGIS

£199,869 Sport England
19 Jul 2002 Bedfordshire African Support Project

A project to develop this organisation to enable it to better provide a range of services and activities intended to increase the confidence and self esteem of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants from Balck African sub-continent (west and central Africa

£199,099 Community Fund
30 Dec 1999 Luton Borough Council

Luton Borough Council will build an extension to their existing accommodation block, an underground caving system and indoor climbing wall at the activity centre. The project will enable the centre to incorporate residential places and access for disable

£195,724 New Opportunities Fund
18 Apr 2008 Team Beds and Luton

Workforce 08/09

£191,808 Sport England
14 Mar 2003 Dallow Primary School

The project aims to create 46 new childcare places, (40 of which are Neighbourhood Nursery Initiative related), by constructing a new nursery building in the grounds of a school in Luton.

£190,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Sep 1997 Outset Limited

The organisation provides employment and training opportunities for disabled people. This project is to develop a teletraining (distance training) programme for people with disabilities. This two year grant will be used to purchase IT equipment, pay for t

£188,377 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Alcohol Services For The Community

To educate youth in alcohol and drug abuse through peer lead initiatives. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment, computer, salary for 1.5 staff, freelance evaluator, hire of interactive robot and other running costs and materials.

£188,050 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Mary Seacole Housing Association

The organisation provides hostel accommodation for 49 people, meeting the short term housing needs of 195 single adults per year aged 16 - 30. They provide a programme of training through a mixture of half day, one day and short courses, with tutors comin

£187,676 Community Fund
11 Jun 2004 The Centre for All Families Positive Health (CAFPH)

The project will provide a range of services including support groups, one-to-one peer support, awareness-raising, and complementary therapies to African families affected by HIV and AIDS. The three year grant will fund recruitment and salary costs for a

£186,925 Community Fund
9 Jul 2004 Bangladesh Youth League (Luton)

The project will provide a weekly social club for young Asian people with disabilities (42 weeks/yr), two additional drop-in sessions/week, and outreach, advice and information to disabled people and their families. An accessible vehicle will provide tran

£185,992 Community Fund
6 Dec 2005 Luton Museums Service

Luton Voices

£183,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2006 Active Luton

Bedfordshire CSP

£181,487 Sport England
14 May 2013 Luton Rights

The aim of this new project is to facilitate collaborative working with partner agencies for the provision of an improved advice sector in Luton, offering quality and time assured services.

£180,541 Big Lottery Fund
5 Oct 2011 Luton Cultural Services Trust

Creating An Artistic Legacy

£180,000 Arts Council England
14 Mar 2003 Happy Days Childrens Charity

The organisation exists to assist families in poverty by providing holidays for their children, to develop their physical, mental and spiritual capacities.This project will provide seven night holidays to families with children that have special needs, sp

£177,300 Community Fund
14 Jun 2006 Active Luton

Health and Fitness Centre

£175,000 Sport England
16 Feb 2015 UK Centre for Carnival Arts

Spectacle of Carnival (II)

£171,834 Arts Council England
17 Apr 2003 Luton Borough Council

The project will create a new Nursery, which will offer full daycare and wraparound care places for 39 children aged 0-4 years old in Whipperley, Luton, 34 of which will be Neighbourhood Nursery Initiative funded.

£170,000 New Opportunities Fund
11 Sep 2001 Bedfordshire & Luton Education Business Partnership

The project will improve attainment in science for pupils in eight secondary schools by delivering a residential study weekend. A breakfast club will be created in one primary school and a sports, arts, homework and expressive club in another.

£160,344 New Opportunities Fund
19 Dec 1995 Voluntary Action Luton

Luton Home-start:- Providing Trained Voluntary Support For Young Families

£158,590 Community Fund
27 Oct 2000 The Bedfordshire John Howard Society

This grant will continue the work of the Luton foyer by making a contribution to the salaries and running costs of the organisation over three years.

£157,602 Community Fund
4 May 2007 "team BEDS&LUTON, County Sports Partnership"

Workforce Development Plan 3

£156,463 Sport England
16 Sep 2000 Happy Days Childrens Charity

The organisation arranges and financially supports leisure trips and activities for young disabled people. The project is to arrange and pay for day trips for 2000 children per year from special schools. The schools themselves will run the trips and super

£156,000 Community Fund
25 Oct 2000 Bedfordshire and Luton Education and Business Partnership

To provide opportunities for a number of school-based innovative activities in 2 secondary schools and 10 primary schools. Activities to include homework and revision clubs, performing and visual arts activity, ICT and sports clubs.

£154,686 New Opportunities Fund
5 Feb 2004 Luton All Women's Centre

A women's centre providing a referral service to the appropriate body. The project is to increase opening hours to further develop services such as support groups, activities around emotional and mental health. domestic violence, social and cultural nee

£152,027 Community Fund
10 Jul 2003 Stopsley High School

The project will offer lunchtime activities, gymnastics, dance, cricket, rugby, self-defence, trampolining, aerobics and football. It will specifically benefit girls from ethnic minorities who do not normally participate in sports, pupils at risk of disa

£151,789 New Opportunities Fund