Lottery grants awarded to London in 2017

18 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Oct 2017 Filament Theatre

Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit

£37,048 Arts Council England
6 Sep 2017 Partnership for Young London

Know Your Roots -Young Women and Men Talk Race Gender and Hair

£42,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2017 On The Record

Fighting SUS: Resisting and Repealing Stop and Search 1970‘«Ű81

£45,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2017 XLP

This group aims to develop their project, which provides high quality-long-term support to young people between the ages of 10 and 18, living in inner-London estates, and who are at risk of becoming involved in gangs, crime and antisocial behaviour. Three customised double-decker buses will travel to 24 locations across London to host a range of drop-in sessions with one-to-one/small group support and team activities. Activities will include healthy eating and cooking sessions, games and chill-out sessions.

£319,378 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2017 Blind In Business Trust

This project will offer an introduction to gaming and virtual reality workshops for blind and visually impaired young people, in order to increase social interaction, reduce isolation and promote equal opportunities.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Drum Works CIC

Developing Accessible Progression Routes

£21,175 Arts Council England
7 Jun 2017 The Skinners' Almshouse Charity

This project will use funding to install LED bollard lighting and replace existing handrails. This will help to ensure their community building is a safe environment for beneficiaries to access and spend time in.

£8,003 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£951,917 Sport England
10 May 2017 Poetry Translation Centre Ltd

Poetry Translation Centre 2017 regional touring (poetry readings and workshops)

£32,000 Arts Council England
10 May 2017 Oxford Contemporary Music

The House of Sound

£6,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 London Sport

This Girl Can - local activation

£30,000 Sport England
28 Mar 2017 MayDay Rooms

MayDay Rooms Residency Program

£13,679 Arts Council England
21 Mar 2017 The S&P Sephardi Community

Bevis Marks: Britain‘«÷s Most Significant Synagogue

£3,020,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Barbican Guildhall

Creative Learning, Barbican Guildhall

£15,000 Creative Scotland
2 Mar 2017 Mayday Rooms

The MayDay Rooms Housing Campaign Heritage Archive

£8,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Feb 2017 London Sport Limited

CSP Funding 2014-17

£1,533,412 Sport England
9 Jan 2017 The Sixteen

Choral Pilgrimage 2017

£45,000 Arts Council England
4 Jan 2017 XLP

The group aims to improve the life chances of disaffected and disengaged children and young people through improved behaviours, self-esteem and life skills, helping them to re-engage with education. It will continue its one-to-one mentoring stream, but with additional time for mentoring co-ordinators to work with children, young people and families more intensively.

£380,494 Big Lottery Fund