Lottery grants awarded to London

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
13 Apr 2017 People First Lambeth

The funding will be used by a charity to run a pilot project with people with learning disabilities. This will give them the opportunity to run groups that encourage people to get involved in community activity with peer support. The project aims to reduce the feeling of social exclusion and isolation.

£9,740 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 FMC

The funding will be used to run a mentoring programme for 20 females to develop skills and strategies to set up and sustain businesses, community groups and projects. The project aims to provide supportive activities, develop business skills and build self-confidence in order to improve employment opportunities.

£9,592 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Maria Jose Arceo

Thames Memory and the Sands of Future Dust

£15,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Winsome Pinnock

The Glory

£9,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Blanca Regina Perez

Art of Improvisers Extended

£15,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 OperaUpClose

La Voix Humaine Kings Place

£14,200 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Oyejuwon Ogungbe

Ignatius Inspires

£13,890 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Jess Walker Music Theatre

All I Want is One Night

£3,500 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Jaybird Live Literature

Young Peoples Poetry Show R and D

£6,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Janetka Platun

Globe: The Journey Continues

£13,660 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Pablo Robertson de Unamuno

Underneath the Floorboards Visual Arts Event

£1,625 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Chris Gaisie

Between Haircuts: Live Music and Exhibition

£1,226 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Anne-Marie Fyfe

Coastal Margins: New Writing #2

£9,750 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Lee Griffiths

Artists 4 Analysis

£15,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Thrive Youth Dance Company

Thrive Youth Dance Company Performance Platform

£1,633 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Akaal Community Project

This project will run a weekly service for vulnerable older people by providing entertainment, exercise classes, light refreshments and an information platform on local concerns. This will bring the community together and reduce feelings of isolation and loneliness.

£4,345 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Article 25

The funding will be used to run a series of workshops for people in the local community. These aim to inform communities about the health risks associated with living in cold housing, provide expertise on making homes more energy efficient, and direct people towards government funding that will allow them to make changes to their homes.

£6,698 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 SkyWay Charity

This group will continue their programme of free youth activities after school and during the holidays to children and young people aged 10-18 years. The project aims to address high levels of food poverty, gang related issues, mental health and negative aspirations. The group will provide clubs that will take place five days per week after school during term time in youth clubs, community centres, on estates and local parks. Workshops will addressmoney management, wellbeing and staying safe.

£203,723 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Big Creative Training Limited

This group will provide training to disadvantaged young people and young people not in education, employment, or training aged 14-18. They will offer training courses and apprenticeships in creative skills leading to work in the cultural industries (film, television, media, music and more). The group will further expand the project by offering access to workshops to any interested young person out of school hours, all year around.

£284,800 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Volunteer Centre Tower Hamlets

This project will hold two volunteering fairs to promote volunteering and facilitate matches between residents and local charities. This will enable participation in community life through engaging activities and opportunities.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Jo Rhodes

Challenge 59

£47,349 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2017 Nomad Projects

Phytology - A Cultural Institute of Exchange

£26,700 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2017 Iain Chambers

Bascule Chambers 2017-2019

£49,999 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2017 Touretteshero CIC

Not I The Neurodiverse Mouth

£35,210 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2017 Alon Schwabe

Climavore: The English Seafront

£24,500 Arts Council England
11 Apr 2017 Pro Art

This is a project by a community organisation in Kensington and Chelsea, serving beneficiaries in Hammersmith and Fulham. The group will deliver a programme of engagement workshops that will focus upon health awareness in a community that is experiencing the effects of pollution, in order to improve levels of wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Bexley Moorings Project

This project will provide programmes for young people, including those with additional needs, which will focus on resilience and communication skills. This will improve their social understanding and help build resilience so they are able to cope with situations that are causing them to withdraw or act inappropriately.

£7,127 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Riverview staying healthy group

The funding will be used to run a gardening initiative which aims to turn waste land into a community garden for patients. The project aims to encourage a healthier and more active community.

£6,900 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Richard House Children's Hospice

The funding will be used by a charity to purchase new equipment that will support the needs of children who have life limiting illnesses. The project aims to improve the way in which the organisation supports people?s needs.

£2,818 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Worth Unlimited

This group will use the funding to continue to deliver free youth services from a youth bus and reach an additional three estates. They will also develop their weekly youth sessions in four locations within Birmingham. The project will address the lack of activities available to children and young people (ages 11-18 years) living across the two locations. The project will include access to computers for job hunting and CV writing, as well as weekend groups, trips and a mentoring programme.

£261,589 Big Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 The Access to Sports Project

This group will use the funding to expand their Goals for Youth and Sport Programme for young people ages 10-25 years including those with complex needs, to 6 open-access weekday sessions and longer holiday activities. This will address health inequalities and youth unemployment levels in the borough. The project will run various activities, including female only clubs and accredited training courses for young people. The funding will equip young people with the skills to improve their health and wellbeing.

£113,369 Big Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 Family Action

The funding will be used to deliver a series of workshops that will support children in families struggling with mental health issues. The project aims to improve the children?s wellbeing and emotional health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 Greenwich Millennium Village Association (GMVA)

The funding will be used to hold a village summer fete for families in the community and a follow-up event showcasing a crowd-sourced community film. The project aims to build stronger community relationships through engaging activities.

£8,528 Big Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 The Flying Gorillas

This project will expand on its work to deliver a range of intervention activities to communities which are typically isolated from the community. The project will support travellers, immigrants, six surrounding housing estates, feeder primary schools, day centres and youth centres in order to improve confidence and self-esteem. Out of school activities will see children engaging in a programme of dance, drumming and design, led by young people and supported by professional dancers and musicians.

£292,232 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 The Children's Society

This project will provide support to families of asylum seekers and refugees as well as those who have been accommodated as part of the Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme. Working in four areas across Lancashire, people will be empowered to successfully integrate into their new communities. The project will support 300 families on practical issues such as housing, welfare benefits and access to health services, as well as with education, family needs and mental and physical health.

£393,160 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 The Lullaby Trust Limited

This project will continue to work with young parents to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It aims to reduce the levels of Sudden Death Infant Syndrome by providing information and advice to young parents aged up to 25 through peer-education workshops, online resources and professional training. This project will support 195 young parents and also target 40 young parents from young people Not in Education, Employment or Training, as well as disadvantaged backgrounds to become ambassadors.

£302,847 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Friends of Alexander Care

The funding will be used to run a programme of engagement workshops and social activities that will support the needs of older people who are living in care homes. The project aims to challenge the issue of social isolation and improve people?s wellbeing.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Baring Primary School

This project will install an adventure trim trail and shade canopy for children at the school, increasing opportunities for play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Kingsley Hall Church and Community Centre

This group will increase and co-ordinate the number of youth activities across their site to offer more variety for young people aged 10-18 years old. The Urban Passport project will provide 20 hours per week of free activities for young people to from. Youth workers will be available for one-to-one and drop-in sessions to build personal development plans. Activities will focused around healthy living, creativity, employability and enterprise.

£133,668 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Studio 3 Arts

This group will continue to deliver and grow the reach and cultural and social impact of their Big Deal project. The project focuses on delivering open to all youth arts engagement and training programmes, for young people aged 8-18. The group will expand upon their arts based development programme, allowing them to reach a greater number of young people providing them with increased opportunities to gain vital and transferable skills, needed for their adult lives.

£178,212 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Chloe Aridjis

The Moth Man

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Sarah Derat

Digital and Dead

£4,935 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Flamboyan International Carnival Arts

From the sea ------- to the sky

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Catherine Osterberg

3236RLS

£14,460 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Etta Ermini

Culinary Duel (resubmission)

£14,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Katriona Beales

AWAAN at Furtherfield

£13,481 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Art Licks

On the heights

£14,900 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Rhum and Clay Theatre Company

Testosterone - Autumn Tour

£14,996 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Paul Jellis

ALL THE THINGS I LIED ABOUT - Soho Theatre and Tour

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Krysia Osostowicz

Beethoven?s Quartet Journey: development of a concert/play and tour of 11 shows

£10,585 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Annie Siddons

Dennis of Penge phase 2

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Southwark Council Arts Service

ARTefacts

£13,900 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Ieva Kuniskyte

They Live Next Door - development production and showcase

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Ezri

This group will use the funding to deliver a residential retreat for isolated and marginalised widowed women who have experienced the effects of bereavement. The retreat will improve the women?s mental and physical wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Interlink

This project will provide public relations and community advocacy training to Orthodox Jewish community groups. This will enable them to promote their work and engage with social and digital media.

£9,150 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Make a Difference at Sandies

The funding will be used to run drop-in sessions for people in the community experiencing mental health problems. The project aims to improve coping strategies, health and well-being and develop better approaches to tackling mental health.

£9,832 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 St Matthews Project

St Mathew?s Project - Weekly Football and Mentoring Support

£6,772 Sport England
4 Apr 2017 Jerwood Charitable Foundation

Ambition for Excellence

£498,555 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Mission View

This project will run a continuation of the group's Community Cohesion Cup, a football initiative aimed at bringing the community together.

£9,139 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Age Exchange

The funding will be used by a charity to increase the capacity of its IT infrastructure in order to improve its services that support the needs of older people living with the effects of dementia. The project aims to improve the organisation?s service delivery.

£9,730 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Kingston Carers' Network

The funding will be used to run a summer peer support programme for young carers which will include drama workshops, healthy eating and budgeting sessions and a variety of family seaside, camping and adventure trips. The project aims to improve personal and emotional resilience through respite breaks, peer support and developing life skills.

£7,663 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Laburnum Boat Club

This project will develop and sustain a free programme of activities and services to young people (aged 10-25) including those from Black Minority Ethnic communities and people with complex needs. The group will create a youth forum to discuss current issues and deliver a new healthy eating project. This will address the high levels of obesity within communities by bringing people together to learn about healthier lifestyles.

£113,955 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Hackney Play Association

This group will use the funding to increase their opening times of their youth space until 8pm and will also create a youth service within an existing adventure playground on a housing estate in Haggerston. This will enable young people aged 10-18 years access to a safe space to socialise and participate in youth activities after school and during the weekends. Activities will include building and construction, cooking, gardening, bike maintenance and rides, climbing, art, drama, music and fashion.

£156,418 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Woodcraft Folk

This project based in London, will continue to deliver existing youth services but will also establish new groups across Norfolk and Suffolk. The group will improve the quality and sustainability of existing groups through training and management of volunteers and will particularly focus on young people over 10 years old, who are transitioning from primary school to secondary school. Examples of activities are playing, singing and debating, but also citizenship, social action and building self-confidence.

£201,192 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Billy Youth Engagement Project

Sharing stories of WW1 munition factories In North and North East London

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Mayflower Primary School

Angel of Poplar

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Richmond Environmental Information Centre (REIC)

Lidos Alive

£27,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 The Community Brain

Wheels of Time - celebrating cycling heritage in Surbiton and Kingston

£36,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 University of East London

The Groundbreakers: Excavating history at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

£97,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 LB Barking and Dagenham Heritage Services

Barking and Dagenham: Our Everyday Futures

£74,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 St John's Hoxton

Strengthening St John's Hoxton

£49,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Havering Association for People with Disabilities

Havering Association for People with Disabilities (HAD) - If Walls Could Talk!

£3,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 The Archibald Corbett Community Library Arts and Heritage Ce

Archibald Cameron Corbett: the man and the houses

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 The Crystal Palace Festival Group

The South London Muse Festival

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Voluntary Action Lewisham

Refuge-Resistance-Response: 50 years of social action in Lewisham

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Jacksons Lane

The 'Heritage' Horror Show!

£42,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Jesus Christ The Saviour Assembly

This project will provide music recording and performance sessions for young people. This will develop their skills and raise confidence in accessing training, education and employment.

£9,992 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 See Change Films

This project will deliver a programme of film making activities for women who are survivors of abuse. This will address issues surrounding isolation and anxiety.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Women's Association For African Networking and Development

This is a project by a charity in Kensington and Chelsea, supporting beneficiaries in Hammersmith and Fulham. The group will use the funding to deliver a mental wellbeing awareness campaign that will focus upon the needs of people from the black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee community.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 HSW

This group aims to develop its project which aims to support vulnerable families with young children. The project will focus on providing support to vulnerable families who are struggling with isolation, mental health issues and poor life chances by adding group work, friendship circles, external outings and activities to their existing support programme of one-to-one home visiting. The project will develop a Bump to baby support programme for pregnant and new mothers to help prevent postnatal depression.

£198,777 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Archway Chidi Women's Society

This project will deliver job preparation training to black minority ethnic women who are disadvantaged and excluded from the job market. This will improve their prospects and help remove barriers to employment.

£9,727 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Lambeth and Southwark Mind

This project will maintain fortnightly peer support groups for people living with mental ill health in the black minority ethnic community. This will support their wellbeing through peer support and shared experiences.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Play England

Families & Young Children Pilot

£60,000 Sport England
2 Apr 2017 Greenwich District Development Group

This project will deliver a series of health and fitness activities that will target people aged 50 or over, who are at the risk of social isolation or physical inactivity. This will improve the wellbeing of those taking part.

£8,715 Big Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2017 Duekoue United

This project will deliver a youth club for people who are facing economic challenges, with a focus on young people who speak French rather than English. This will bring the community together and reduce isolation.

£9,891 Big Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2017 The Tamil Association Of Brent

This project will purchase new equipment and deliver a programme of recreational activities that will support and raise the aspirations of children who are experiencing the effects of educational disadvantage.

£5,461 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Achieving for Children

This is a project by a community organisation in Merton, serving beneficiaries in Kingston upon Thames. The group will use the funding to deliver a series of art support sessions that will focus upon young people who are not in education, employment or training. This will improve levels of self-esteem and enhance the confidence of people who have a range of complex needs.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Causeway Irish Housing Association Limited

This project will engage people in furniture restoration in order to develop practical and transferable skills, helping them towards employment and better chances in life. It will also engage a consultant to help the organisation review it's structure and build capacity to remain sustainable in the future.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Down's Syndrome Association

WorkFit supports young people with Down?s Syndrome to find employment. This funding will enable the expansion of the project to benefit more people in the North of England by improving the availability of job opportunities. People with Down?s Syndrome will co-produce the project to ensure the support available meets their needs and requirements. They will be involved in creating resources and training employers. Over the next three years, WorkFit aims to work with more than 600 people.

£496,704 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Dalmar Heritage and Family Development

This project will hold story telling workshops for Somali children and parents. This will bring the community together and enable them to develop their communication skills and improve their English.

£9,740 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Feltham Hill Infant and Nursery School

The funding will be used by a school to install a play trail and safety surface in the school grounds. The project aims to provide children with the opportunity to take part in active play in order to improve motor skills and overall physical wellbeing.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Music Box

This is a project by a community organisation in Islington, serving people in South Somerset. They will use the funding to deliver music-based workshops for families in a number of local nurseries and play schemes. This will improve community engagement by bringing isolated families together to interact and form positive relationships.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Squirrels Heath Infants School

The funding will be used by a school to create a new after school cooking club and create digital support content for families. The project aims to improve peoples? health and wellbeing.

£3,538 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Remark! Community

Badminton Club

£8,590 Sport England
30 Mar 2017 Home-Start Barnet

This project will provide exercise sessions and wellbeing activities for staff to promote healthy lifestyles. This will enable them to improve their physical health and wellbeing, work more effectively and provide positive role models to people who use the group's services.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Back Up

This group will develop their existing project and will provide support for people with spinal cord injuries with a focus on those with multiple needs. The project will engage with those most in need and provide an intensive rehabilitative programme, support and advice. The project will also provide opportunities to learn and share to address common issues for those being supported by the programme and offer extended follow up to ensure their life changes have a lasting impact.

£210,375 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Kingston Carers' Network

This group will develop an existing project providing a holistic service to meet the needs of young carers. The project aims to give young carers better chances in life through addressing the difficulties they face such as anxiety, strain in family relationships, restrictions in attending social activities and under-engagement in schools. It will support them to improve their life skills, wellbeing and educational achievement. It will target hidden carers and those at risk from harmful or excessive caring.

£424,005 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Joyful Noise Limited

THE 15th LONDON AFRICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2017

£60,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

Pen to Print

£75,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Hospital Rooms

Art for Children and Adolescent Mental Health Units

£25,000 Arts Council England