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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
14 Mar 2017 Ulster Wildlife Trust

Sea Deep

£214,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 Halsway Manor Society

Future Halsway

£467,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 Plantlife International

Building Resilient Woodlands in the South West

£504,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natura

Restoring Florence Court‘«÷s historic Kitchen Garden to provide local communities with experiences that move teach and inspire

£384,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 An Gaelaras

tSean Eaglais

£751,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 Ekota Care Trust Limited

Our Olympic Dreams - London to Rio to Newham

£8,552 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Borough Council of Kings Lynn & West Norfolk

Skateboard Coaching Development Programme

£10,000 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 New Saints Amateur Boxing Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£15,403 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Solihull Community Amateur Boxing Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£9,000 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 The Lion Strength and Fitness Academy

Box On Project - Round 2

£13,080 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Salisbury Amateur Boxing Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£18,383 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust

Milton Country Park Canoe Project

£8,435 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Framlingham Hockey Club

Setting up Junior boy hockey teams

£3,010 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Worthing Sailing Club

Worthing Youth Sailing

£9,453 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Cransley Sailing Club

NOAHS ARC PROJECT

£10,000 Sport England
14 Mar 2017 Hockey

17788639 Athlete Personal Award

£750 UK Sport
14 Mar 2017 Hockey

17788647 Athlete Personal Award

£750 UK Sport
13 Mar 2017 Highbury Opera Theatre

Fever Pitch

£21,777 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Lucille Teppa

EFH: dance commissions in conservatoire and rural settings

£29,158 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Tropical Isles

carnival masterclass

£29,000 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Turf Projects

Nature Still Draws a Crowd

£46,801 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 London Festival of Architecture

LFA Dulwich Picture Gallery temporary event space

£40,000 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Blackheath Halls

Blackheath Halls Opera for All 2017

£29,823 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Union Chapel Project

Organ Reframed

£35,000 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Elimu Carnival Club

Much Ado About Something

£55,000 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 London Borough of Merton

ALCL

£91,070 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 Kerry Nicholls Dance

KND Artistic Professional Development Activity 2017

£23,452 Arts Council England
13 Mar 2017 gentle / radical

To work with grassroots, arts, community and black voluntary sector organisations to enable marginalised women to have acces to art & discussion through film.

£26,270 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Ballet Cymru

A partnership project between Ballet Cymru and Rubicon Dance to continue and develop their DUETS project across Wales through three distinct strands:1) Schools and scholarships2) Residencies3) Professional Placement

£50,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Head4Arts

As part of its WW1 celebrations, Head4Arts will stage a multi art community performance in 4 venues across 4 lcoal authorities; Blaenau Gwent, Caerphill, Merthyr and Torfaen.

£27,357 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Dance Blast

Dance Blast seeks funding towards three strands of work - their Dance and Disability Programme, the development of the Youth Dance Programme and the engagement of a Fundraiser to research new fundraising approaches for the organisation to ensure the sustainability of their dance programmes, from April 17 to April 18.

£42,450 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Arts Connection - Cyswllt Celf

Community based multimedia arts projects that engage children, young people, adults and families. (1) "Ruby Adventures" celebrates 20 years of "The Venture", Caia Park Wrexham; (2) "Street Spec-Actors" explores community response to Hate Crime in collaboration with FRESh, and (3) "Indian Legends" working with Oldford Estate, in partnership with National Trust exploring India/Wales/UK and Clive of India though the artefacts held at Powis Castle. April 2017 to March 2018

£15,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 NEW Dance

NEW Dance wishes to deliver four key strands of dance related initiatives, Youth Dance, Dance in Health, Community Cohesion and Refugees and Asylum seekers, to ensure inspirational as well as qualitative work, from April 2017 to April 2018.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Welsh Refugee Council

Participatory activities with refugee communities to be launched at Welsh Refugee Week in June 2017, delivered in Cardiff, Wrexham, Newport and Swansea over 2017/18 and showcased and Welsh Refugee Week June 2018.

£49,950 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Cwmni'r Fr?n Wen

BRAIN is Fran Wen's participation activity for children and young people (12-25 yrs old) and supports one of the five priorities of the company which is to deliver exciting, ambitious and inclusive participation opportunities nurturing new talent in the creative industries with the emphasis on young people to learn by doing and to be inspired by working alongside professional artists and arts organisations. A yearlong project from April 2017.

£50,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Helfa Gelf Cyfyngedig

To support Helfa Gelf, a major high-profile North Wales' Strategic Arts & Cultural Regeneration initiative that attracts visitors into the region, through an Open Studio programme, to experience and explore the creative making process. Proposal also supports commissioning, residencies, and support of individual practitioners and creative collaboration between north Wales based partners and Local Authorities. April 2017- April 2018

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Merthyr Tydfil Leisure Trust

A strategic two part project that includes:1) Exhibitions celebrating contemporary Welsh painters with associated two day celebratory participatory event2) Perfromaning Arts Activty Programme at REDhouse.

£29,998 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Literature Wales

Ll?n Pawb / Lit Reach is a new partnership initiative led by Literature Wales that has developed from the South Wales Literature Initiative and the Gwynedd Literature Promotion scheme. Working with 9 Local Authorities north and south Wales and the Snowdonria National Park Authority, the first year of the project aims to engage at least 5000 vulnerable individuals through literature and spoken word workshops and activity.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Younan, Sarah

An R&D project to explore the act of cleaning as a conceptual, cultural and artistic action. The artist will recruit participants from different socio-economic backgrounds living in Cardiff. In collaboration with Matthew Syddal, a videographer based in North Wales, she will visit participants' homes and undertake cleaning interventions, document these spaces and her interaction with their occupants, collect dirt, photographs and film.

£3,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Copp, Gemma

This is a project that's part of a wider Ephemral Coast project that would see Gemma Copp exhibit a new body of work at Mission Gallery.

£3,141 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Scholz, Ev

R&D for a one-person-play 'Elisa -- Save her Skin!' which deals with body image and the desire to maintain an idealised perception of the self. There is lots of evidence of the need for raising awareness about eating disorder, particularly among young women in Wales. Young women in particular have been driven to alter their body image leading to mental health issues such as anorexia and bulimia. Collaborating with Company of Sirens Artistic Director Chris Durnall and being mentored by Peter Finch.

£2,925 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Lowe, Ticky

To support Llangollen based artist Ticky Lowe to undertake a period of R&D to explore the design and creation of wireless programmable sound modules, and their inclusion within a sensory handling collection, in collaboration with sound artist Ant Dickinson. Trials of modules planned at Craft in the Bay for eventual application within Dementia and other Healthcare settings. April - July 2017.

£1,800 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Wearing, Paul

To develop a new body of work for exhibition at the Albany Gallery in Cardiff (June-July 2017) & the Contemporary Ceramics Centre in London (Aug-Sept 2017).

£5,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Davies, Ellen

Ellen Davies aims to R&D the use of software in an immersive performance incorporating electro acoustic music and vertical dance within Pontio's level 2 public spaces. Collaborators will be Kate Lawrence and Dr Ed Wright. May - October 2017.

£3,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Lowe, Krystal

A two week professional training course for professional dancers. During the two weeks Krystal will have the opportunity to be trained in ballet and Gaga classes, and improvisation workshops. She will spend the remaining part of the day working with NDT's resident and associate choreographers.

£1,578 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Philp, Jack

To work in collaboration with composer Carol Jones, Prof. Hayley Gomez & Jessica Burrage to develop his choreographic practice. Working in partnership with Chapter Arts Centre & Rubicon Dance.

£3,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 Ballet Nimba

Creative Steps Year 2. To enable the compan to continue its business and artistic development.

£50,000 Arts Council of Wales
13 Mar 2017 ESCAYP

The group will deliver a mobile counselling service for children and young people aged 3-21, offering counselling in schools and community venues. The projects aims to continue its service for young people who have been sexually abused, as well as developing peer support work by offering training for counsellors.

£165,182 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Cove Burgh Hall

Cove Burgh Hall

£2,700 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Age Concern Morgannwg Limited

Age Concern Morgannwg Limited

£48,050 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 The Drill Hall, Chepstow

The Drill Hall, Chepstow

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Menter Bro Dinefwr

Menter Bro Dinefwr

£49,956 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Ansbury

This project will build on the abilities of the hardest to reach young people across Dorset. The aim of the project is to enhance the participants? confidence and grow their abilities to understand their aptitudes, interests and potential routes to engaging in learning, work and other positive outcomes.

£1,400,120 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Vestia Community Trust

Vestia Community Trust

£27,500 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Cambridge Cyrenians Limited

This group provide support and accommodation to homeless men and women. Its aim is to focus on ex-offenders living with isolation, complex needs and behavioural issues, and will address the lack of mental health provision available for this group in Peterborough, Norwich and Bedford. The project will offer long-term individual support to improve mental health, wellbeing along with access to other support services to assist recovery and generally increase their quality of life.

£152,681 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 MIND in Harrow

This group is developing a project which aims to improve the self-confidence, employability and life skills of people with long-term and severe mental health problems, helping them to access flexible training and employment opportunities. They will run ICT training sessions to improve their skills, and will also run an increased range of mental health awareness courses for employers. The project is designed to enable people to use their lived experience of mental ill health as a tool for employment.

£304,506 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 A Heart for Duns

This project will further develop the Volunteer Hall in the centre of the town, building on the existing programme of activities and events in response to the wishes of the community and generating income streams to provide sustainable services for the people of the town and its surrounds.

£88,660 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens

The group supports community growing and green space activities. The two-year project is building on the success of a previous project and will train and support over 200 volunteers from 20 groups across Northern Ireland to share skills and support each other, including when dealing with issues such as vandalism. Community growing activities include growing fruit, wood working and baking. Members will increase their health, wellbeing, confidence and develop skills in project management and team working.

£197,050 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Choose2Reuse CIC

Choose2Reuse CIC in Llanelli will use the grant to purchase equipment allowing them to provide up to 12 vulnerable people with work experience and employable skills. This grant for ?5,000 will fund two industrial sewing machines, an overlock machine, three washing machines, an iron press, four irons and ironing boards, two tumble driers, and publicity materials.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Book at Bedtime

Book at Bedtime will use the grant to install 19 bookcases full of books in refuges throughout South Wales which will provide a resource for families staying in the refuges. This grant for ?3,686 will fund 19 sets of books, bookcases, and delivery costs.

£3,686 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Royal Artillery Association Rhondda Branch

Royal Artillery Association Rhondda Branch will use the grant to Edinburgh to see the Military Tattoo to increase socialisation and wellbeing. This grant for ?5,000 will fund coach travel, accommodation and entrance fees.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 1st Neath Scout Group

1st Neath Scout Group will use the grant to ensure the security and safety of their building, used by scouts and the local community. This grant for ?2,711 will fund new doors, lighting, replacement blinds, and fitting costs.

£2,711 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Skyline Productions Limited

Attendance at San Francisco International Film Festival

£1,500 Creative Scotland
13 Mar 2017 Tattiemoon Ltd

Market and Festival Attendance

£1,500 Creative Scotland
13 Mar 2017 BAFTA Scotland

BAFTA Scotland 2017 programme

£22,000 Creative Scotland
13 Mar 2017 Hospitalfield

Bellrock Screenwriters Workshops ? Year 2

£65,000 Creative Scotland
13 Mar 2017 Equestrian

17785234 Athlete Personal Award

£4,667 UK Sport
13 Mar 2017 Para-Swimming

17788617 Athlete Personal Award

£2,917 UK Sport
12 Mar 2017 Cylch Meithrin Llanbedr

Cylch Meithrin Llanbedr in Gwynedd will use the grant to purchase equipment to improve the environment of their nursery for the children who attend. This grant for ?4,320 will fund pin boards and shelving.

£4,320 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2017 Active Angel's Superfoods Ltd

Active Angel's Superfoods Ltd in Newport will use the grant to offer nutrition workshops, accredited training, and practical work experience to marginalised and unemployed people in the local area. This grant for ?4,586 will fund workshops, coaching fees, DVD, office furniture, electronic equipment, accredited course materials, expenses, and publicity materials.

£4,586 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2017 HoldYourBreath Ltd

HoldYourBreath Ltd

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2017 F.A.N Community Alliance

F.A.N. Community Alliance in Neath Port Talbot will use the grant to improve the facilities in their newly requisitioned hall so that it can be more available for the local community. This grant for ?5,000 will fund first aid training, food hygiene training, printer, stage lighting, tables, table and chair trolley, and a cinema system.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Citizens Advice East Devon

This group will use the funding to provide two digital advice hubs, where people will be able to gain help and advice with online information. The hubs will help prevent the participants? digital exclusion and give them a better chance in life.

£9,790 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Hafod Ceiri

Hafod Ceiri

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Little Mill and District Women's Institute

Little Mill and District Women?s Institute in Monmouthshire will use the grant to take their members on a trip and provide speakers for their meetings to increase their knowledge and reduce social isolation. This grant for ?1,238 will fund coach hire, entrance fees, guest speakers' fees, and a photographic screen.

£1,238 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Woolaston Memorial Hall

This group will use the funding to renovate an unused telephone box, creating a new and versatile resource. This will improve social facilities in the area, supporting people living in a rural location.

£1,884 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Deaf-SELF

This is a project by a charity in Camden, serving people across London. The group will use the funding to run workshops, activities and a camping trip for young people with hearing impairments where they will learn new skills and put this into practice by organising community events. This will teach people new skills through positive activities, enable them to interact with others, forge social bonds and combat isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Anne Frank Trust UK

This funding will be used to deliver a programme to young people, which will address community divisions, social isolation and a lack of opportunities. The project will bring together school pupils, aged 10 to 18, and Youth Action Groups made up of disadvantaged 16 to 25-year-olds. Participants will be empowered with the knowledge and skills to raise awareness of the issues within their communities and build community relationships in disadvantaged areas.

£315,354 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Sauchie Community Group

This project will, through the introduction of a new post of Community Manager, build the capacity of the group to sustain and expand their programme of activities, develop their outreach provision, increase their volunteer pool ,and work towards improving sustainability prospects through an increased partnership approach.

£112,902 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Perth & Kinross Association of Voluntary Service

This project will support integration and capacity building of migrant communities and individuals. They will provide help in accessing local services, tailored support, cultural training, volunteer development opportunities, ESOL classes and community groups. Participants will be principally from Eastern European, South Asian and Chinese origins.

£137,514 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Severn Wye Energy Agency Ltd

Severn Wye Energy Agency Ltd

£2,044,849 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Narberth CP School

Narberth CP School in Pembrokeshire will use the grant to run fun community focused family sessions during school holidays. This grant for ?4,850 will fund sessional staff costs, activity materials, waterproofs and wellington boots, mini bus hire, marketing and play equipment.

£4,850 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Swn Yr Afon Tenants Social Fund

Swn Yr Afon Tenants Social Fund in Rhondda Cynon Taf will use the grant to take their members on a series of trips and run local events to promote health and wellbeing in their members and reduce social isolation. This grant for ?5,000 will fund coach hire, artist fees, buffet and in house meal.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Waterfront Boxing Academy CIC

Unity in Boxing

£32,620 Sport England
10 Mar 2017 Brathay Trust

Netball for All

£9,231 Sport England
10 Mar 2017 Tynedale Fencing

Set up new Fencing Club

£9,820 Sport England
10 Mar 2017 Gymnastics

17785041 Athlete Personal Award

£6,500 UK Sport
10 Mar 2017 Cycling

17785104 Athlete Personal Award

£3,750 UK Sport
10 Mar 2017 Para-Cycling

17785108 Athlete Personal Award

£2,250 UK Sport
9 Mar 2017 Liverpool City Council

Ambition for Excellence

£750,000 Arts Council England
9 Mar 2017 Volunteering Matters

Volunteering Matters will use the grant to support younger people with disabilities in Blaenau Gwent by providing them with skills and empowering them during the transition from education to further education, employment or training. This grant for ?5,000 will fund volunteer expenses, mentor training, stationery and telephone costs, promotional materials, evaluation, and administration support.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 SET3

The funding will be used to provide activity sessions for young people aged 8-12, particularly young people at risk of crime, anti-social behaviour and teenage pregnancy. The project aims to provide positive experiences and diversionary activities such as team work, respect and physical fitness to develop young people?s social skills.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Greater Sylhet Development and Welfare Council in UK (Cheste

Greater Sylhet Development and Welfare Council in UK (Chester and North Wales) will use the grant to provide training and advice services for 40 Bangladeshi members of their organisation. This grant for ?5,000 will part-fund venue hire, laptops, website development, office furniture, sessional worker fees and training, insurance, volunteer expenses, and project management fees.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales

Bobath Children?s Therapy Centre Wales in Cardiff will use the grant to improve the facilities at their centre for both their staff and the children who attend. This grant for ?5,000 will fund Wi-Fi hardware and fitting, projector, portable projector and bike shed.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Newcastle United Foundation

The project will use Family Football to engage low-income and hard-to-reach families living in disadvantaged areas of the region in family learning, enabling them to become stronger, healthier and more resilient. This will be delivered after school and will last for two hours with an hour in the classroom and an hour of physical activity. The classroom element will cover topics such as teamwork, healthy eating, fitness and acceptable behaviour with the sporting part being put into practice.

£304,350 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Ocean Watersports Trust Vale of Glamorgan

Ocean Watersports Trust Vale of Glamorgan

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 St Asaph Flower Festival

St Asaph Flower Festival in Denbighshire will use the grant to run a flower festival to mark the 5th anniversary of St Asaph becoming a city. This grant for ?3,400 will fund floral displays and scaffolding costs.

£3,400 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Sandfields Steppers

Sandfield Steppers in Port Talbot will use the grant to fund transport for their walking club for older members, the majority of whom are at risk of social isolation. This grant for ?3,805 will fund transport and entrance fees to various places of interest.

£3,805 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Activate Learning

The funding will be used to provide support and advice for young people in years 11 and 12 who are at risk of not being in education, training or employment (NEET), as well as young people in years 12 and 13 who have recently become NEET. The project aims to prevent people from becoming NEET and support those who have recently become NEET to move into education, apprenticeships, employment or training.

£379,970 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 YMCA Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Ltd

This is a new early intervention youth domestic violence project for 11-25 year olds in Cambridgeshire. The project will consist of four components including building awareness and prevention in schools, as well as direct engagement with perpetrators, victims and families. It will focus on young people and abusive behaviour in intimate relationships as well as towards adults within the home environment.

£325,568 Big Lottery Fund