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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
19 Oct 2016 Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust

Developing Wentworth Woodhouse Operating Trust enabling the acquisition, implementation and management of the business plan

£222,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Yasin Ashrafi

Corby

£14,626 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 RTYDS Ltd

RTYDS Bridge Year

£185,000 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Reaction Theatre Makers

FEAST

£3,500 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Tasawar Bashir

Dam Pani

£14,999 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Heritage and Culture Warwickshire

Compose It

£11,947 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Vanessa Oakes

All Is Well development and preview

£12,808 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Parisa Eliyon

ACOUSTICKLE2

£9,535 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Armthorpe Academy

This project will deliver physical and aerobic activities for children. This will provide the opportunity for young people who face barriers to access physical activities.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 The Shropshire Consortium CIC

This project will use funding to build capacity for its local enterprise support activities, culminating in events aimed at bridging the gap between the private and voluntary sectors. This will help to improve the organisation?s infrastructure and support for local stakeholders and groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Wolverhampton Homes

This project will use funding to provide a counselling support service for tenants. This will enable tenants to seek help with mental health issues and improve their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Merry Oak Youth Association (MOYA)

The group will set up a youth club for people in the community. It will engage local young people in positive activities, broaden their experiences and provide a safe place to hang out.

£9,187 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Ruth For Women

This project will implement a mapping exercise, conference and workshops, for BME women who experience, or are at risk of domestic violence. This will provide beneficiaries with relevant advice, information and signposting to external agencies, and enable them to recognise the symptoms and solutions to domestic violence, with the aim of increasing confidence and self esteem amongst affected women.

£9,972 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Hendon Young People's Project

The project will build on their current work with young people by expanding their health and wellbeing activities to include workshops on substance abuse, smoking, alcohol and obesity. This will give young people opportunities to socialise, exercise and get advice about healthy eating and personal hygiene.

£9,552 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Oakdene Primary School

The school will train staff to help coach sessional workers to deliver after school and weekend physical activity sessions. This will allow the school to engage their students in fun physical activities in order to provide a much needed improvement in classroom relationships, resilience and attainment. It also aims to reduce obesity.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Madani Community Development Foundation

The organisation will use the funding to provide a homework and revision club for children from BME and migrant communities as well as a residential outdoor education trip. This will help to increase children?s academic performance and engage them in positive activities.

£9,842 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Neston PCC

The organisation will use the funding to provide a fitness, nutrition and wellbeing programme for vulnerable young people and adults. The programmes will be tailored to their ability and specific health needs. They will include help to stop smoking, drinking and anti-social behaviour. Those who attend the workshops will learn new skills in a safe, structured environment whilst improving their health, wellbeing and confidence and broadening their social networks.

£9,928 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Dryden School

The school will deliver gardening and horticulture activities for pupils and older people, providing opportunities for people to work together, build new friendships, reduce social isolation and improve their confidence and self-esteem.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Greener Kirkcaldy

Greener Kirkcaldy

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Telugu Association of Scotland

Telugu Association of Scotland

£8,700 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 DirectDevitt Comedy Management & Productions CIC

DirectDevitt Comedy Management & Productions CIC

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Croxley Green Scout Group

This project will use the funding to replace the toilet facilities, including a disabled access toilet, in the scout hall. This will ensure the facilities are accessible for all.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 SNaP Development Project

The BASE Youth club is open three days a week and provides young people with a variety of fun and meaningful activities as well as specific programmes. The project will train young people to offer support to peers who may be experiencing issues and will act as a role model. Support will be given towards social action in communities and creative measures will be used to engage in the relevant subjects such as planning for the future, physical and emotional health, alcohol and substance misuse and violence.

£473,959 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Women for Well Women

The aim of this project run by Women for Well Women is to provide counselling, advocacy and one to one support to vulnerable women and girls aged 11 and over in Wigan. These women and girls may be recognised as vulnerable due to one or more factors such as sexual or domestic abuse, mental health issues, being within the criminal justice system and/or affected by substance misuse. Beneficiaries will use drop-in services and receive advocacy support and counselling.

£484,318 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Fightback (Society for Disabled Refugees and Asylum Seekers)

The project will continue and develop a holistic service for refugees and asylum seekers with physical or mental health issues who experience disadvantage due to disability, language, immigration status or ethnicity. The project helps them develop confidence, knowledge, skills and independence and integrate into the community, working with agencies and local residents. Support includes befriending, advocacy, health information, telephone advice, English skills and practical help to access services.

£125,770 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Bourne2play

This project will use the funding to provide a range of exercise activities for isolated older people. This will enable beneficiaries to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

£9,818 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 C.E.L.L.S. Project C.I.C.

The organisation will expand their delivery of crime prevention activities, including workshops to disadvantaged young people across Merseyside, based on new statistics and priorities. This will raise awareness of the negative consequences of crime, reduce antisocial behaviour and support beneficiaries to improve their lives.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 10th Hereford Whitecross Scout Group

This project will use funding to update their community building's inefficient heating system and replace a fire door. This will enable the building to be used all year round and increase the building's security.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Deal Festival of Music and the Arts

Catalyst: Evolve

£75,080 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Duckie

Change Makers Fund

£127,400 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Duckie

Research grants programme round two

£177,421 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 George Ikediashi

UK presentations of Black and development of Duckie

£15,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 David Foster

Paul Nash Project

£15,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Pamela Roberts

Harley An eplortion into Black theatre

£15,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Full House Theatre

Full House Festivals 2017

£15,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Unscene Suffolk Limited

Primary schools project 2016

£11,500 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Wind and Foster

Moving Cities North East

£7,861 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 UHGalleries

John Myers: The World Isnt Beautful - It is There (Resubmission)

£14,990 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Ben Higham

Norwich Triple Bill

£10,134 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Harry Clayton-Wright

I Want Your Love

£14,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Louise Gridley

Community artist in residence

£15,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Holly Wylds

Hunt and Darton Jumble Sale

£8,161 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 CRC Music

Roo Panes

£12,500 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Ad Angels Limited

UK Bhangra Awards Festival 2016

£14,800 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 Josie Dale-Jones

Me and My Bee

£14,996 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2016 NCT Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted & District Branch

This charity will use funding to build capacity for their branch by providing training volunteers in order that they can support mothers who want to breastfeed their babies. This will develop community services and provide additional volunteers to provide counselling and support for mothers who wish to breastfeed; meeting the additional demands of their beneficiaries.

£5,100 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 St John the Baptist Catholic Comprehensive School, Woking

This project will install health and fitness equipment in the school and run extra-curricular fitness sessions for pupils and for the community. The aim of the project is to address physical health problems within the school and community, and help get them fitter and healthier.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 The Nelson Trust

This project will use the funding to update a roof garden at the Hub Bistro which is used by people trying to overcome the issues around drug and alcohol addiction. This will provide a calm and therapeutic place to meet and share experiences, while also improving safety.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Fox Hollies Community Association

This project will use funding to provide a large canopy area for the local community. This will improve the building's facilities and allow easy access to a covered space for community use.

£9,220 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Free 2 Talk Community Interest Company

The project will train volunteers and provide a support service for young people with low level social needs to help them develop social skills and improve their personal independence.

£9,698 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Greenwich West Community & Arts Centre

This project will use the funding to provide a technology club for older residents. This will give valuable training in IT and will improve communication skills and help prevent social isolation.

£7,174 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 The Charltons Parish Council

This project will use the funding to deliver a housing needs survey that will guide land use activities in North Barrow. This will ultimately lead to a shared community vision in how North Barrow will grow and change in the future.

£3,592 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP)

This is a project by a charity in Lambeth serving beneficiaries across London. The group will use the funding to strengthen their IT infrastructure by upgrading their server hardware. This will ensure the group has necessary structure in place to meet increased demand and ensure quality of service is maintained.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Forth Valley Disability Sports Association

Forth Valley Disability Sports Association

£9,199 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Whitburn Pentecostal Church

Whitburn Pentecostal Church

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Aighton Bailey and Chaigley War Memorial Hall

The organisation will renovate the ladies' toilets and replace the curtains in the hall that do not comply with fire regulations. These changes help make sure that the community venue can continue to provide its services, and become a more pleasant environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Motiv8-Lancs CIC

The organisation will deliver a range of structured activities such as cooking, healthy eating, dance and fitness through tutors and volunteers. The aim of the project is to bring people together from diverse backgrounds within their own community, whilst improving their fitness, mental health and wellbeing.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 St Anthony's Catholic Primary School

The organisation will install an outdoor interactive learning adventure area for use by the after school group. This project will engage the children in social activities aiming to improve their reading skills, address behavioural issues and help with both social and cognitive development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Pottery Bank Community Centre Ltd

The project will make improvements to their kitchen area so they can offer smoothie and soup making sessions for local disadvantaged families to enable them to make nutritious healthy food on a budget and improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,966 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 The Unity Hubb

This project will use funding to deliver a local community engagement programme for women, aimed at helping them to raise skills, confidence and improve awareness between community members. This will bring people together to improve community cohesion.

£9,820 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 The Island Trust Limited

This project will use the funding to deliver a programme of school holiday time sailing activities for young people who are experiencing the effects of social disadvantage or isolation. This will improve levels of confidence and self-esteem.

£3,280 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Molokai Club

This project is a series of separate football activities for male and female refugees and asylum seekers. This will provide beneficiaries with positive things to do in the community, with the aim of developing confidence and reducing isolation.

£9,537 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Prim-Raf Hall

This project will use the funding to update various areas of a community building. This will ensure continued usage of this rural facility, while attracting new people and reducing social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Steel City Amateur Boxing Club

This project is a structured training programme, combining boxing as a way of engaging young people and following through with skill building workshops. This will offer a diversionary activity to reduce anti-social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Oct 2016 St Katherine with St Bartholomew Church

This project will use the funding to carry out research on local needs in providing more activities for the community. This will build capacity for community engagement and participation.

£6,400 Big Lottery Fund
16 Oct 2016 Sheviock Memorial Hall

This project will use the funding to deliver IT taster sessions and improve the way in which this village hall supports the needs of its community through the delivery of a public consultation exercise. This will improve the organisation?s service delivery in this rurally isolated area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2016 Adel Primary School

The school will convert an old car park and install a range of playground equipment particularly for children with autism and special education needs. This will enable children to become more active, improve upon their social skills and reduce obesity.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2016 Tees Valley Community Asset Preservation Trust

The project will use the funding towards converting a building so it can be used for community activities such as dance, art, yoga, Cubs and Brownies. This will improve access to the community centre for local community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2016 The Food Shed CIC

The Food Shed CIC

£240,345 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2016 Earth Works

This project is run by an organisation in Rickmansworth for people in Northampton. The project will continue their climbing sessions for people with mental ill health or physical disabilities so they can take part in activities that benefit their mental and physical wellbeing.

£9,942 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2016 GWD Web Solutions C.I.C.

The project will improve its IT infrastructure and course delivery so they can develop training activities that better support voluntary and community organisations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 The Ely Diocesan Association for Deaf People

This project will use funding to deliver a series of holiday activities, to include football, sailing and multi sports, for children and young people with a hearing impairment. This will provide beneficiaries with structured, positive things to do outside of school hours, with the aim of reducing isolation and building confidence.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Advocacy for All

This project will use the funding to run a series of healthy living sessions and to create a fitness and wellbeing information resource for people with learning disabilities or autism. This will enable participants to engage in activities and gain knowledge which benefits their long term health.

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Communities United Project

This project will deliver life skills workshops for young people at risk of becoming homeless. This will enable young people to live independently and will reduce homelessness in Bradford.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Tenterden & District Day Centre

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish a community to enable them to run a cognitive stimulation therapy club for people with mid-stage dementia. This will provide access to an appropriate space and activities to support people with dementia, and one which will be used as a meeting venue for ageing well beneficiaries.

£8,331 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Hawkinge Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the foyer area within their community centre including installing a new reception desk and purchasing new tables and chairs. This will provide an up to date and accessible area which will improve the environment within the local community centre to benefit new and existing service users and community groups.

£9,614 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Churches Together In Ashford

The organisation will provide winter shelter accommodation in several local venues for people who are homeless and sleeping rough. They will provide people with the basics as well as offering advice and guidance on secure housing, training and work.

£8,197 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 The Castle School

This project will use the funding to access a web-based support portal for pupils at risk of poor mental health. This will create a tool for the beneficiaries to build their confidence and resilience to improve their emotional wellbeing.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Nottinghamshire Disabled People's Movement

The project will create a website to support people with disabilities to become socially active and enable them to access public services.

£4,270 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Dundee and Angus ADHD Support Group SCIO

The organisation currently runs a thriving support group for children with ADHD and their families. This includes three youth clubs, parenting support and general awareness raising of ADHD. They will be able to employ a Project Manager to run and develop their programme of activities.

£98,796 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Hever Church of England Voluntary AidedPrimary School

This project will use funding to develop their therapeutic drama activities for children and parents. The activities will address issues linked to emotional or behavioural problems in a safe and contained environment. Children will have the security and freedom to explore their feelings, build relationships and improve their mental health and personal development.

£9,830 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Central Parks Veterans Bowling Club

The organisation will install a disabled toilet at the clubhouse, helping make sure that the facility is accessible for all. This will encourage isolated older people in the local community to become involved with the club.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Fleetwood Town Community Trust

The organisation will run outreach programmes for young people aged 16-18 who are not in education, employment or training. The project will encourage these hard to reach vulnerable young people to participate in sociable physical fitness sessions and in the youth training hub, which should also help prevent them from engaging in anti-social behaviour and open up future opportunities for employment.

£9,822 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Nigerian Women's Group, Manchester

The organisation will be raising awareness of the types, and the origins, of modern day slavery to local people in the community and in particular those from African descent. They will be doing this through sessional facilitators and a conference.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Cambus & District Bowling Club

Cambus & District Bowling Club

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Young South West

This project will use the funding to run life skills training for young people This will enable participants to gain knowledge, new abilities and skills such as healthy eating, which will help them to improve their wellbeing.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Sunnyside Rural Trust Limited

This project will use the funding to hold workshops and an event to celebrate the local produce within the area. This will enable the organisation to come together as a community to learn about who the local producers.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Companionship at Christmas

This is a project by an unregistered organisation in Kent. The organisation will use the funding to celebrate the 25th anniversary of companions at Christmas. This will enable the organisation to bring together a range of age groups to celebrate Christmas together to reduce isolation and loneliness.

£2,823 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Get Up and Go Gloucester

This project will use the funding deliver two badminton and golf tournaments for local people to improve community cohesion and social inclusion.

£1,170 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Mapis Project CIC

This project will use the funding to deliver an event at the Reading Lights festival, where different groups will work on a series of tasks to present their original culture and its influence on British fashion and culture. This will be performed or demonstrated at the event, with prizes awarded and work to be showcased locally. This will bring different cultures together to showcase and celebrate their heritage and improve the understanding and reduce tensions between different groups.

£9,450 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Heroes and Sheroes Gala Awards Dinner

This project will celebrate the achievements of BME women in Manchester. The project will celebrate those who achieve despite their circumstances, and use the event to encourage others whilst also setting up a peer mentoring programme.

£4,640 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 People Express

The project will bring together and celebrate the talents of local young people to increase their skills and confidence and reduce isolation. The project will involve disabled young people, and those from minority and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) communities.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Pannal Ash Junior Football Club

This projects is a community gala during which information on local heritage and history will be shared with the community. This will bring the community together, improve knowledge on local history and foster relations between the football club and local residents.

£8,180 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Museum of East Anglian Life

This project will use the funding to celebrate the 50th year of the local museum with neighbours and local community groups. The project will bring people together to celebrate local traditions through a temporary exhibition, a new exhibition will be created celebrating work in East Anglia and a celebration party.

£9,673 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Capable Communities Limited

This project will use the funding to host a festival to celebrate the positive contributions that people from different cultures offer. This will address the issues of hate and discrimination that the community has been experiencing and bring the community together.

£5,900 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 The Blackburn School of Irish Dancing

This project is a traditional Irish music and dance event. This will promote the culture of Irish dancing and to bring older and younger generations together for a night of fun with an opportunity to join in.

£1,796 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 LRK Cultural Centre

This project will bring together all sections of the community to celebrate Diwali. This will promote their cultural traditions and identity as well as educate the younger generation and other members of the wider community.

£3,353 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Didsbury Art Festival Association

This project will celebrate their local community through a series of public workshops that lead into a magical Lantern Parade. This will bring the community together.

£4,735 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Central Africa Refugee Link, West Midlands

This project celebrates people of African and West Indian descent?s involvement in WWI by recording their recollections and history through interviews, focus meetings and workshops. These stories will then be shared with the community in a variety of media formats at a theatre event, 100 years on from the war?s end.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Great Smeaton Village Hall

This project is a celebration of the 90th anniversary of the village hall, which will include a Summer ball and dinner, country dancing and children?s entertainment. This will bring the community together.

£4,400 Big Lottery Fund