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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
22 Sep 2016 Shobdon Primary School

The school will install play equipment so children from the local rural community can play in a safe environment.

£9,770 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Barley Close Community Primary School

This project will use the funding to install a climbing frame and an all-weather surface in the school grounds, in order to promote active play. This will enable children to improve their motor skills and self-confidence, leading to better development in these areas.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Hasbury Pre-School

This project will use funding to excavate and level the existing play area. This will provide a safe and accessible space for children to play outdoors.

£6,850 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 English Martyrs Catholic Voluntary Academy

The academy will use the funding to improve their outdoor area with all-weather surfacing so the wider rural community and the school can access sports and activity groups all year round.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 St. James? CE First School

This project will use the funding to create an outdoor exploration area for children at the school. This will improve facilities at the school and lead to improved engagement with nature.

£9,785 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Wilstockhub Limited

This project will use the funding to erect a marquee and host a lantern festival to bring the communities of Wilstock and Stockmoor together. The event will be intergenerational and celebrate diversity and culture.

£4,616 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Sweffling Parish Council

This project will commemorate the centenary of the 14 men killed in the Great War. The event will commemorate their sacrifice with the unveiling of a plaque to the community followed by a celebratory tea. The event will be intergenerational and remember the sacrifice of local people, educate people about the history of their ancestors and bring the community of 100 dwellings together forging stronger community links.

£945 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Brooklands Farm Primary School - Fen Street and Countess Way

This is a project by an LA maintained community school in Brooklands, Milton Keynes. The organisation will use the funding to celebrate the diversity and culture of the new community of Brooklands Farm with a lantern festival. This will enable the organisation to bring together people - families, children, parents and community members - through the medium of singing, dancing performances and creative arts to promote a more cohesive and supportive community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Mugginton Village Hall Company

The project will bring the community together for high tea to celebrate the opening of the refurbished village hall.

£4,400 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Jarrovians Rugby Union Football Club Limited

The project is a celebration event to launch the newly developed community centre. This will bring the community together and raise awareness of the facilities provided by the community centre.

£7,550 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Raynham Primary School

This project will use the funding to organise intergenerational workshops to produce visual art by local people that will result in a 'Celebrating Diverse Edmonton' month long exhibition. This will enable the organisation to inspire all participants to celebrate their local area in an artistic way to celebrate and be proud of where they are from, live and work.

£9,150 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 HF Trust Limited (Hft)

This organisation in Bristol will use the funding to hold open days to prepare henna artwork and a main celebration for people with learning disabilities and their families in Bradford. This will enable black, Asian and minority ethnic intergenerational groups to come together. This will also provide a good opportunity for the members of Hum Tum (Me and You in Urdu) to meet people from the other areas.

£3,516 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Archbishop Blanch School

This project will use the funding to deliver age appropriate extra-curricular training on issues such as resilience and mental health for young girls who struggle to deal with self-image and acceptance from their peers both in and outside of school. This will enable the organisation to work towards increasing the beneficiaries? self-esteem and help them to gain skills to enable them to understand their emotional needs, and advise them what to do if they are experiencing mental health issues.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 FRAPA or FRAP

This project will use the funding to deliver a programme of arts based numeracy and literacy learning activities for children who are experiencing the effects of educational disadvantage or have English as a second language. This will improve chances in life for these children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Warm Hut UK

This project will use the funding to organise various N?Goma Africa community events in Salford. This will enable the organisation to stage a Kizumba festival, a fashion catwalk event and a football match to celebrate diversity in the community and encourage community cohesion with these intergenerational activities in East Salford.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Q Gardens

This project will use the funding to deliver a community Christmas event, Easter event and a final summer event. This will enable the organisation to work with residents of all ages from the Kirkholt estate to deliver the events and celebrate the culture and heritage of the estate.

£4,800 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Rowing

Athlete Personal Award

£1,000 UK Sport
21 Sep 2016 Birmingham City University

New Art West Midlands

£200,600 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Artswork Limited

Catalyst: Evolve

£75,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Ballet Black

Elevate fund

£120,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 The Clay Foundation

Reimagine India

£49,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Cirque Bijou Productions

Ambition for Excellence

£719,322 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Melanie Whitehead

Scratch South Shore Festival

£8,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Ricardo Da Silva

I can take control

£5,750 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Imani Jendai

Speechless

£13,950 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Hana Riazuddin

Short story - literary development

£8,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Michaela Wetherell

Tell her Story

£5,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 No Label Arts Community Interest Company

Moving Out of the Margins

£14,990 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Arcus Studios Ltd

Star Maker

£11,440 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Rowan McCabe

Door-to-Door Poetry

£7,150 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Connect The Dots

The Sea Around Us

£15,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Mukul and Ghetto Tigers

Gauhar Jaan

£11,940 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 SoundCity

Off The Record

£15,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 sean burn

joey s/he

£6,500 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Ella Marchment

Helios Collective Formations Development 2016

£4,100 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Senhouse Museum Trust

Maryport Litfest Wild

£5,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Amelia Crouch

Spectral Evidence

£4,960 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Kate Liston

Research and Development - Link Zone

£8,700 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Emma Jerrold

Broken Fanny

£4,870 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Ampersand Inventions

Off The Map

£5,439 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Docklands Sinfonia

A Kids Guide to the Orchestra

£15,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Marleen Boschen

Beyond Information Skies

£10,827 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Wesley Thompson

The JamFest2016

£4,365 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Jack Sheen

ddmmyy winter series

£7,473 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Katy Lipson

From Page to Stage 2016

£14,950 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Venue Cymru

Venue Cymru aims to deliver the fourth annual Craft of Comedy Writing Conference offering CPD and networking opportunities for existing professionals as well as opportunities for those wishing to break into the field of comedy writing and to network and learn from leading industry experts. From 30 March to 2 April 2017.

£8,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Celf O Gwmpas

Celf o Gwmpas, aims to deliver a one year training programme, made up of 7 residences of varying lengths running for 21 weeks - which contain 2 residencies by UK artists, 1 international Co-production residency with The Nina, in Canada and 4 open call residencies for Wales based artists, and this project runs from 1 Nov 16 - 31 Oct 17.

£18,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 International Ceramics Festival

This is a proposal for a high quality arts programme of events and activities for the 2017 biennial International Ceramics Festival, which is held at Aberystwth University and Arts Centre. It is a key Festival and event in Wales, and the ceramics world calendar, now in its 30th year.

£24,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Best, Kelly

Development of a new body of work to be exhibited at a solo show at Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown between March - May 2017.

£25,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Hartwig, Johana

To develop a new body of work inspired and informed by the historic and geographic changes to Cardiff's three rivers; Rhymney, Ely & Taff. This new works will be exhibited at Arcade Cardiff during 2017.

£8,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Rhondda Cynon T?f County Borough Council

The Fort? Project is a unique artist (music industry) development scheme which targets young talented artists whom are vulnerable, under-privileged and in need of raising their aspirations. The project is run by Simon (Spike) Griffiths through ArtsConnect. The funding for the grant is housed by Rhonda Cynon Taff County Borough Council. Griffith is also employed by RCTCBC. The project will be delivered 1st Nov 16 - 31st Oct 17.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Dewis, Adeola

Route to Roots explores the role, use and significance of Carnival arts as one of the mediums through which creative knowledge networks can be fostered across key points in the African diaspora: Africa, the Caribbean and the UK. The project will bring together creative artists working in diverse art forms such as music, fine arts, theatre, dance, masquerade and carnival for a 7-day residency culminating in a public performance installation at the Hub Festival in Cardiff and the Butetown Carnival 2017.

£25,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Literature Across Frontiers

The project aims are two-fold, to benefit the literary sector in Wales and to develop LAF's own practice.

£22,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 Gwyl Beaumaris Festival

This will be Beaumaris' 32nd Arts Festival centred upon classical music (chamber, orchestral and choral), opera and jazz with a mix of poetry, drama, festival talks, a professional art exhibition and workshops. The 2017 programme will have a Russian thread, which will be reflected in the musical programming and additional activities. The Festival will run from 23-29th May 2017.

£10,000 Arts Council of Wales
21 Sep 2016 The Margaret Coates Centre

The group will use the funding to purchase outdoor play equipment. This will be made available for use to students at the school with autistic spectrum disorder, the equipment will enable them to play and learn in a safe environment and develop their motor and social skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 The National Communities Resource Centre Limited

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a six-week pilot of activities including practical outdoor work, arts, cookery and stress management for males with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. This will break down stigmas, improve self-esteem and provide coping-strategies.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Jedburgh Community Council

Jedburgh Community Council

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Crisis Point

This project will support adult, teen and child victims and survivors of sexual crimes across the West Midlands. Recognising people?s individual needs, it will provide bespoke interventions like support through the justice system, sexual health screening and counselling. This will help improve people?s life chances, health and mental well-being. Those supported by the service can remain with the group as volunteers, drawing on their experiences to support others and raise awareness in the local community.

£496,421 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 St Mary's Church, Adderbury

Vital tower repairs to Grade 1 listed building

£292,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 St Mary of Charity PCC

Repairs to North transept buttresses, walls and roof

£65,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 St Mark's Church, Newport

St Mark‘«÷s Church, Goldtops, Newport: Urgent building fabric repairs

£105,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 St Kenelm's Church , Minster Lovell, Witney, Oxon

St Kenelm's Church, Minster Lovell: Urgent Building Fabric Repairs & Community Project

£187,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 The Church in Wales

Repairs to St Cadoc's Church, Penrhos, Monmouthshire

£121,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 PCC of Southbourne with West Thorney

St Nicholas West Thorney: East Gable Works

£100,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 All Saints' Church, Barry, Parochial Church Council

Restoration of Church Roof for All Saints', Barry showcasing its richness in heritage

£100,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 St John The Baptist, Outwood, Surrey

Phase 1 of Urgent external repairs

£190,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Holy Trinity Church Queenborough

Quinquennial Church Repairs, plus the rebuilding of the Vestry area

£157,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Petersfield Museum Limited

Petersfield Museum - pathways to the past

£1,500,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Story Museum

The Story Museum - Building a world of stories

£1,196,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Keep Wales Tidy

The identification restoration and celebration of sacred springs, holy wells and medicinal spas

£650,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Royal Mencap Society

Hiraeth; friendships, relationships and belonging for people with a learning disability since 1983

£429,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

Acquisition of the Watlington Viking Hoard

£1,102,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Canolfan Glanhwfa Cyf

Cynllun Canolfan Glanhwfa - Canolfan Grefyddol, Gymunedol, Diwylliannol a Threftadaeth Llangefni

£422,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 West Craven Basketball

West Craven Turbines Community Female Basketball

£9,262 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Leicestershire County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£37,392 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Ellingham Water Ski And Wakeboard Club

Club wakeboard and wakesurfing boat

£10,000 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation

RS Teras for Increasing Participation

£10,000 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Falmouth & Penryn ABC

BOX ON - Falmouth & Penryn ABC Growth Scheme

£10,174 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 City of Sheffield Hatters Basketball Club

All Women Play

£7,120 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Seconds Out Boxing Academy

Box On Project Seconds Out Fitness Academy

£10,100 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Athena Leicester Volleyball Club

The New Arena Volleyball Club

£7,830 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Exeter and District Ski Club Limited

Building Participation in our Ski Training Sessions

£1,430 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£4,500 UK Sport
21 Sep 2016 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£2,750 UK Sport
21 Sep 2016 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£7,500 UK Sport
21 Sep 2016 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£833 UK Sport
21 Sep 2016 Cycling

Athlete Personal Award

£1,000 UK Sport
21 Sep 2016 Aberystwyth and District Amateur Swimming Club

Coach Training

£1,500 Sport Wales
21 Sep 2016 Journey to Justice

Sunderland Stories: past and present

£1,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Cian Binchy

The Misfit Analysis: UK Performance and workshop tour

£16,920 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Heel and Toe Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a trampoline and roller stand, and deliver rebound therapy sessions for children and young people with physical and/or neurological disabilities. This will provide new therapeutic interventions to increase the movement development, engagement and self confidence of their service users.

£9,977 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Surrey Wildlife Trust

The organisation will use the funding to install the equipment necessary to improve accessibility to toilet facilities for all within their wildlife nature reserve centre. This will enable people with SEND to have access to outdoor learning and a local nature reserve centre and allow the organisation to welcome groups of people with special needs and disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of family activities during the school holidays. This will encourage vulnerable and disadvantaged families to become more active, make healthy lifestyle choices, improve their confidence, social skills and mental and physical wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Westwood and Alder Park Tenants and Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to run community cooking sessions, creating and maintaining flower baskets and installing Christmas lights along the main route of the area, culminating in a New Year?s Eve celebration. This encourage the older residents who are at risk of becoming socially isolated to mix with others in a similar situation.

£9,712 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 St Andrews C E Primary School

The group will use the funding to create a community garden at the school. This will create a pleasant outdoor area for the community to use and enjoy.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Leonard Cheshire Disability

The five year Access for Success project is using the ?595,804 grant to support young disabled people aged 18-25 in Omagh and Derry/Londonderry to take ownership of their lives to improve their well-being and become more involved in their community. After a 12 week programme to learn problem solving, assertiveness and decision making, they choose their next steps, eg, building community connections; accredited volunteer training; or learning to influence others to improve services for young disabled people.

£595,804 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 The Terrence Higgins Trust

The organisation will use the funding to create a peer support network for people living with HIV (PLHIV) in West Sussex. This will improve the health and well-being and reduce social isolation of people living with HIV through a peer support network, access to support, advice and guidance, crisis intervention and social activities.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Arundale Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a range of workshops and activities for pupils during the holidays, including African drumming, street dance and martial arts. This will engage pupils in positive activities, provide a diversion to anti-social behaviour and raise their aspirations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Poole Forum

This project will use the funding to deliver empowerment workshops for people with learning disabilities. This will people with new communication skills and improved levels of confidence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Barnard Grove Primary School

The school will install an outdoor growing area, wildlife area, and fitness equipment to provide children with stimulating and interesting outdoor play and nature based activities that will aid their development and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund