Lottery grants awarded to Kingston Upon Thames in 2015

24 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
19 Dec 2015 Quilombo UK

The group will use the funding to deliver sessions where speakers will be invited to share their personal experiences of being misjudged because of their appearance or ethnic background. This will develop a stronger and more cohesive community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2015 International Youth Arts Festival


£27,491 Arts Council England
13 Nov 2015 Surrey County Football Association Ltd

Kingston University - Futsal

£4,510 Sport England
12 Oct 2015 Sarah Trist Dance Management Agency

Bird With Boy

£47,581 Arts Council England
10 Sep 2015 Kingston Rowing Club

Improving Sculling Skills of Juniors and Young Adults

£10,000 Sport England
9 Sep 2015 Global Arts Kingston

The Tommies and the Tariqs (A global view of the Great War)

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 Mind in Kingston

Art & Music for the Mind Festival 2015

£4,774 Arts Council England
14 Jul 2015 Biavanga Botis


£13,789 Arts Council England
27 May 2015 Global Arts Kingston

Global Treasures

£9,000 Arts Council England
13 May 2015 International Youth Arts Festival

The Buzz Project

£14,800 Arts Council England
10 Apr 2015 Kingston Federation of Residents Limited

The group will use the funding to produce and distribute a newsletter that will focus upon the needs of residents who live in an area that lacks cohesion. This will improve communications and encourage people to become more socially active and challenge the issues that they face.

£8,030 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2015 Learn English At Home

Learn English at Home will use it funding to develop its project to engage with local residents, predominantly women, who are currently isolated in their homes due to their lack of English language. The project aims to support and empower people to attain a level of English language to increase their access to basic services improve their quality of life.

£250,747 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2015 Joshua Mathieson

AndOn Theatre s Fairly Tales

£5,428 Arts Council England
17 Mar 2015 Refugee Action Kingston

This project will use its funding to develop its project which offers free ESOL classes to refugees and asylum seekers to help them integrate into the community. The project will expand to include new outreach activities, volunteer training, health checks and wellbeing sessions, employability training and a skills exchange with the wider community. In addition information on local cultural heritage will be incorporated into the ESOL classes.

£234,997 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2015 Balletboyz Ltd

Application for NPO funding 2015-2018

£900,000 Arts Council England
11 Mar 2015 Royal Borough Of Kingston upon Thames

Kingfisher Leisure Centre ? full refurbishment of wet-side c

£336,000 Sport England
4 Mar 2015 Creative Youth

Community Roots: exploring and showcasing our community's heritage

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Anstee Bridge

Sixty years of fashion

£48,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 Reading Force

Reading Force Roadshow 2015

£18,000 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Sarah Trist Dance Management Agency

Cie. Willi Dorner - Fitting

£13,740 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Rose Theatre, Kingston

Website Development

£15,000 Arts Council England
4 Feb 2015 CHAI (Culture, History and I)

Talking objects - Sharing stories: Narratives from Kingston's South Asian communities

£56,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2015 Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames

Ignition Dance Phase 2

£15,000 Arts Council England
12 Jan 2015 Creative Youth

This is a project by a charity in Kingston Upon Thames. The group will use the funding to deliver a series of workshops to disadvantaged youths and adults in the community. This will celebrate community identity, culture, diversity and achievements while broadening young people?s experiences and raising expectations.

£9,420 Big Lottery Fund