Lottery grants awarded to Kingston Upon Thames in 2016

20 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
12 Dec 2016 Dan Tapper

Turbulent Forms

£4,000 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2016 Creative Youth

Brass Bands Barge Folk and Bowie

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Oct 2016 Bounce Theatre

Keep Stories - stories of Kingston Barracks

£36,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 Kingston University

Active Lifestyles Programme - High 5 for Sport

£1,065 Sport England
24 Aug 2016 George Charman

Tracking Shot

£14,950 Arts Council England
16 Aug 2016 Kingston Theatre Trust

RandD Ferrante

£10,000 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Lee Griffiths

Artists 4 Artists

£14,715 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2016 Kingston Centre for Independent Living

Fighting for Our Rights: Kingston‘«÷s Role in the Disability Rights Movement 1960s to 1990s

£76,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2016 Global Arts Kingston

Kingston Carnival 2016

£15,000 Arts Council England
29 Jun 2016 Biavanga Botis

Woman of Sun

£15,000 Arts Council England
6 Jun 2016 Canbury Boathouse Limited

Canbury Boathouse Safety Project

£75,000 Sport England
25 May 2016 Coombe Wood Golf Club Limited

Clubhouse renovation

£57,191 Sport England
18 May 2016 George Charman

Tools For The Future

£14,946 Arts Council England
6 May 2016 Kingston Music Service

Symphonize Kingston

£27,660 Arts Council England
5 May 2016 Creative Youth

Kingston Is Our Canvas

£15,000 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2016 Kingston University

Careful development and tour

£14,531 Arts Council England
26 Apr 2016 Straight Talking

The aim of this expansion project is to prevent teenage parenthood through the delivery of peer education courses in schools across Haringey, Islington, Hackney, Enfield and Waltham Forest. The project will recruit, train and employ socially-excluded teenage mothers and young fathers as peer educators to deliver courses in secondary schools.

£414,767 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 CRERA

The group will use the funding to deliver an inclusive recreational event that will focus upon issues surrounding isolation and a lack of social integration. This will increase community cohesion.

£2,062 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 Home Start Kingston

The group will use the funding to provide parenting training for emotionally vulnerable families, including stay and play sessions and healthy eating classes. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills, leading to better chances in life for their children.

£8,243 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Lee Griffiths

Behind Every Man

£7,375 Arts Council England