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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
3 Oct 2016 Llangeinor Senior AFC

Llangeinor Senior A F C Coach Education Programme

£1,500 Sport Wales
3 Oct 2016 Bridgend Carers Centre

Health & Wellbeing Programme (TI)

£920 Sport Wales
3 Oct 2016 Maesteg Canoe Club

Level 2 Coaching and Equipment

£495 Sport Wales
3 Oct 2016 Bridgend Ravens Rugby Club

Development Opportunities For Players

£1,360 Sport Wales
3 Oct 2016 Garw Senior Boys & Girls Club

Garw Junior Football Programme

£1,175 Sport Wales
3 Oct 2016 Coedpoeth United Football Club

Club Development

£1,385 Sport Wales
2 Oct 2016 Deerhurst Parish Council

This project will use the funding to purchase and install disability-friendly playground equipment to increase accessibility and increase capacity for visitors. This will ensure the park remains attractive to local families and enhance the facilities for young people with disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 Hullabaloo Research CIC

The project will use the funding to test the feasibility of creating a peer-to-peer learning resource for people affected by long term chronic illnesses such as MS, diabetes and dementia. The project will create an online bank of information, that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people and carers affected by chronic illness, to help them self-manage their condition.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 Young Generation

The organisation will use the funding to deliver workshops tailored to meet the cultural requirements of the Jewish community. This will enable the organisation to engage with participants to build up their confidence and self-esteem, and introduce them to social skills and healthy lifestyle including diet and exercise, to build a stronger and more resilient community.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 St Barnabas Youth Club

The group will use the funding to continue the youth group provision they currently offer, including an additional holiday youth club and a new laptop. This will improve social opportunities for young people in the local area.

£9,110 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 YouthH M.A.D.Ee UK Ltd

This is a project by a community organisation in Bexley, serving beneficiaries in Greenwich. The group will use the funding to provide life skills and leadership training to young people. This will enable people from disadvantaged backgrounds to improve their chances of finding employment and their future prospects in life.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 Blaze Community Foundation

The project will use the funding to run a series of activity clubs, workshops and community festivals. This will enable young people with disabilities to participate in activities which develop their skills and confidence.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 Friends of Portswood Rec

The organisation will hold an event celebrating Portswood Recreation Ground and its history. It will involve a range of activities which young, older people and people with dementia will be encouraged to take part in together, including walking football, chair aerobics, games and older persons? fitness MOT. Pictures and stories will be gathered and displayed at the event, which will then be preserved. The aim is to connect generations and improve relations between students and permanent residents.

£3,079 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 The New Montessori Pre-School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase tablets, computers and support and related peripherals. This will provide the IT resources to improve the language and communication skills of their pre-school children. This will build capacity for the organisation and support the language and communication skills and development of pre-school children within the local community.

£8,355 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Keithhall Hall Committee

This group will use the funding to repair the roof of their hall, which is currently leaking. The funding will cover the repair work.

£6,540 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Energise Sussex Coast Limited

The group will train volunteers to provide energy savings clinics to people with low incomes. The project will help tackle health inequalities through education and information.

£9,650 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Hall Road Rangers Football Club

The organisation will use funding to create a learning area, to include a kitchen refit and furniture, within their club premises. This will enable the group to deliver healthy eating and employability workshops for local people, with the aim of reducing obesity and unemployment..

£9,763 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Caterpillar Club

The organisation will organise monthly social and recreational activities for children with disabilities and their families. This will increase the confidence of the children and reduce the social isolation of families by enabling them to share quality time together in accessible, adapted and non-stigmatised environments.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 All Saints Church, Laughton

The organisation will use the funding to provide architects fees for the refurbishment of the kitchen and cloakroom area within their village church. This will provide the resources to improve community facilities within the church which will be used to establish a wider range of social and community-led activities to improve the quality of life of the people living in this rurally isolated village.

£4,300 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Active Children and Youth Centre

This project will use the funding to improve the employable skills of people in the local area who are unemployed. This will lead to increased chances of finding employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Boddington Parish Council

The project will create a community plan to improve amenities and bring people together in the Parish.

£2,935 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Stray Bear Productions

The Dynamite Room

£21,000 British Film Institute
1 Oct 2016 Blonde to Black Pictures Two Ltd

Two For Joy

£20,500 British Film Institute
1 Oct 2016 Wellington Films Ltd.

Any Means Necessary

£24,000 British Film Institute
1 Oct 2016 Forty Foot Pictures Ltd.

Earthy Encounters (working title)

£41,000 British Film Institute
1 Oct 2016 Jeva Films Limited

I'll See Myself Out

£23,800 British Film Institute
1 Oct 2016 Film & Music Entertainment

Cassandra At The Wedding

£10,500 British Film Institute
1 Oct 2016 Longbarn Residents Association

This organisation will continue to organise a programme of activities and events which benefit the older members of the community, as well as putting on events to attract new participants. They will also run team building and training events which will help them improve the services they offer to the community in this isolated area.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 Edinburgh Athletic Club

Employment cost

£8,250 Sport Scotland
1 Oct 2016 Gala Rugby Football Club

Employment cost

£32,500 Sport Scotland
1 Oct 2016 Cairngorm Ski Club

Employment cost

£19,500 Sport Scotland
1 Oct 2016 East Kilbride Hockey Club

Employment cost

£20,750 Sport Scotland
1 Oct 2016 Greenock Morton Hockey Club (GM Community Trust)

Employment cost

£24,408 Sport Scotland
1 Oct 2016 Dundee Dragons Wheelchair Sports Club

Employment cost

£27,258 Sport Scotland
1 Oct 2016 Forth Valley Orienteering

Employment cost

£16,000 Sport Scotland
30 Sep 2016 Sascha Asvarischtsch

Illustration

£6,447 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 Metal Rabbit Productions

Tonight with Donny Stixx

£7,980 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 Amy Mason

Mass - tour

£1,959 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 Fulham Opera

Fledermaus 2016.2

£3,750 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 People Show Ltd

50th Year

£15,000 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway

Ar

£11,998 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 Torch Theatre Company Limited

The replacement of cladding on the fly tower to address health and safety issues

£31,892 Arts Council of Wales
30 Sep 2016 Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias Cyf

Purchase of replacement and additional music equipment and associated items.

£7,000 Arts Council of Wales
30 Sep 2016 Arad Goch

Modifying Canolfan Arad Goch entrance

£10,080 Arts Council of Wales
30 Sep 2016 Oriel Davies Gallery

Funding to develop proposals for Oriel Davies Gallery to RIBA stage 3-4

£131,159 Arts Council of Wales
30 Sep 2016 University Of Sheffield Women's Cricket Club

South Yorkshire Women?s Indoor Cricket League

£7,433 Sport England
30 Sep 2016 The Nest Collective

The Nest Collective autumn/winter program 2016/17

£15,000 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2016 Spotland Community Association

This project will deliver workshops to members of the local community who suffer from heart related problems. This will provide a programme of sessions which have been designed to deal with identified health and wellbeing issues to encourage healthier lifestyles.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Ysgol Gynradd Nebo

Ysgol Gynradd Nebo, in Gwynedd, will create a community IT classroom at the school in order to provide an after school club for pupils as well as an accessible IT suite for local residents and new website to publicise the school's work in the community. The grant, of ?4,999, will fund five laptops, five computers, five tablet computers, a server, and website design costs.

£4,999 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Broughton Jewish Cassel Fox

This project will use the funding to upgrade their outdoor play area for pupils and will include the installation of climbing apparatus, timber trail and safety surfacing. This will provide pupils with a stimulating play environment which will enable them to become more active and improve physical and mental well-being.

£9,983 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Red Hall Primary School

The school will use the funding to purchase dance and exercise software and computer system to offer dance, exercise and games after school activities for pupils, their friends and families. This will help reduce levels of obesity within the local community.

£8,405 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 House of Life

The group will use the funding to run a mobile health exhibition and advice service, enabling beneficiaries to access information about how they can improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Thurgoland CE VC Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to establish an outdoor learning and play area.. This will improve the mental and physical wellbeing and development of local children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 The Lamplighters

This project will use the funding to deliver a lantern parade activity that will focus upon challenging issues surrounding social isolation. This will bring the community together and celebrate diversity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Chestnuts Community Centre Eastfield CIO

This project will use the funding to run a weekly job support service for local unemployed people. This will improve the employment prospects of beneficiaries.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 The Faceless Company

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of activities at a local care facility. This will build stronger communities through the provision of social activities for all members of the community, reducing social isolation and improving intergenerational relations.

£9,997 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Maritime Community Development Agency Limited

This project will deliver sessions on welfare rights to people in the community. This will enable service users to empower their communities through information and advice.

£1,858 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Enable-u2-do-it C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of activities for the local community including pottery, gardening skills and drama sessions. This will engage local people in positive activities to reduce social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Mindful Art

The organisation will use the funding to train adults recovering from mental health issues to create and run a training programme of mental health art themed workshops to beneficiaries with mental health issue from partner agencies. This will provide the training to provide adults with mental health issues the skills to create and deliver mindful art workshops and run an exhibition to improve the health and wellbeing and skills of people with mental health issues.

£5,352 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Hale Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to upgrade the sound equipment within their village hall to meet the demands of their service users within the village hall environment. This will provide improved sound systems to support their film club and community activities within their rurally isolated local village hall.

£3,232 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Isaac Newton Primary School

The Academy will use the funding for new outdoor play equipment and a soft surface, providing a safe outdoor area and access to healthy and stimulating activities all year round for children and community organisations.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Battling On Community Interest Company

This project will use the funding to provide a series of workshop to develop confidence and technique skills for young people who have mental ill health. This will develop better approaches in tackling mental health problems and engage in confidence building activities.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Nether Broughton & Old Dalby Parish Council

The group will use the funding to help prepare the technical aspects of a neighbourhood plan for their local area. This will facilitate greater community involvement in local decision making and activities.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Change Aid Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to continue their community advice and information sessions, as well as establish a mobile service to reach those who are unable to travel to their centre. This will enable the community to access free advice and information regarding benefits, housing, health and education.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Cheesy Waffles Project

The organisation will use the funding to support young adults with special educational needs to deliver activities and events for their local community. Participants will be involved in the planning, organising and delivery of the events. This will help them develop communication, budgeting, research and team working skills, and will help to dispel negative perceptions and enable them to become active members of the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 The Friends of Indigos Go Wild

This project will use the funding to develop a training and inclusion programme for children with special needs and their carers. This will enable users to gain access to activities which benefit their health and development.

£9,809 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Woodside School Parent Teacher Assosciation

This charity will use funding to run a programme of citizenship skills for children who live in a rural area and feel socially isolated. This will help the children to gain new social skills to help broaden their experiences.

£9,195 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Alzheimer Scotland - Action On Dementia

This organisation will use the funding to develop and test a Therapeutic Resource Kit for practitioners, collating evidence of existing therapeutic intervention practice and combining it into one accessible resource. It will be used to upskill its own staff to provide better consistency of practice across its services as well as being available to its membership networks. Where appropriate, it will also be used by families and carers of people with dementia at home.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Bechange

This project will use the funding to bring together new and existing residents in a Christmas event to include craft workshops, a community choir, horse and cart rides, Santa?s grotto, face painting and seasonal refreshments. This will celebrate diversity and improve relationships in the village.

£1,054 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 LGBT Sheffield

This project is a celebration event for the LGBT community. This will bring the local LGBT people together with the wider community.

£6,450 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Birmingham Settlement

This project will celebrate cultural differences through a one day event for the whole community. This will promote understanding of different cultures and religions, improving community cohesion in the area.

£6,044 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Age UK Darlington

The project will celebrate its 30th anniversary and commemorate Elvis Presley 40 years after his death. They will host a series of Elvis themed events bringing older people together with carers, families and volunteers. The events will include live entertainment, refreshments, food, with the final event taking place during Elvis Week 2017. The aim is to reduce isolation among older people and celebrate the contribution of volunteers throughout the history of the organisation.

£9,439 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Weightlifting

Athlete Personal Award

£7,000 UK Sport
30 Sep 2016 Weightlifting

Athlete Personal Award

£3,500 UK Sport
29 Sep 2016 Corali Dance Company

Elevate fund

£100,000 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival

International Showcasing

£160,000 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Richard Douglas

Marina and the Clone

£12,788 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Hot Bed Press

Hot Bed Press and The Casket Works development

£169,000 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Hull Culture and Leisure Limited

The Sea

£149,948 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Link4Life

Contemporary Forward #2

£51,700 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Linda Ingham

Spectral Geographies - Goldsworthy Long and Parr Edgelands and Visual Arts Commissions/Shows

£32,078 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Cinder House Publishing Limited

Cinder House Publishing Limited

£65,359 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Hannah Buckley

S/HE

£15,000 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 China Plate

First Bite/Bite Size Festivals 2017

£39,200 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Soundpost Community Network

Soundpost Development Plan

£49,679 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Derbyshire County Council Museums Service

Collection of the Artists

£43,000 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Lauren J Hurwood

The Making of The Worst Was This

£14,982 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Gillie Kleiman

Recreation research and development

£14,998 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 priya sundaravadivel

Morris-Natyam

£11,355 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Azzurra Ardovini

A Matter of Impression

£14,964 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Switchflicker Productions

Diamond

£14,750 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Sumit Sarkar

MESH 2

£14,950 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Joss Arnott

RandD Creation and Preview performances of Sonnet.

£14,998 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Chloe Stott

The Rooms 2016

£14,995 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Bangor University

An Audience Development project for Pontio introducing a programme of high quality classical music, to include commissioned work involving CGWM and local participants; crossing classical with popular music; high quality classical music being taken out to the community; being played in unusual areas of the Pontio building; as well as creating printed material in a new format to encourage more audiences for Classical music at the new venue in Bangor. A year long programme of events from January 2017 onwards.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
29 Sep 2016 Bangor University

Now in its fourth year, the project BLAS, housed at Pontio, Bangor University, is a participatory project encompassing a range of activities and events which focus on offering cultural opportunities to children, young people through the medium of Welsh. It is seeking funding to continue the range of work and establish new strands. From January to December 2017.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
29 Sep 2016 Arcadecardiff C.I.C

To develop a year round programme at their city centre gallery including Basement residencies, Writer in residence, curator Programme & a visiting curator programme form October 2016 to October 2017.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
29 Sep 2016 Theatr Colwyn

To support Oriel Colwyn present a curated series of professional lens based exhibitions and educational programme that supports audience and participant cross-over - between photography, performance and digital visual arts at Theatr Colwyn. Activity builds upon an earlier programme that targeted hard to reach young people and disadvantaged communities in Colwyn Bay, with MOSTYN, Llandrillo and Cartrefi Conwy. Jan 2017 to Dec 2017.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
29 Sep 2016 Mid Powys Youth Theatre

Working towards a performance celebrating the 30th anniversary of Mid Powys Youth Theatre.

£22,404 Arts Council of Wales
29 Sep 2016 Museum of Modern Art, Wales

To support MOMA to undertake an ambitious Taking Part project "In Our Minds There Are Many Rooms" collaboratively with lead artist Tim Iliffe. Proposal explores issues around mental health and wellbeing that involves a series of workshops and 1,000 contributing members of the public culminating in a touring exhibition at Cathedral Bangor; Venue Cymru and MOMA Machynlleth. Project is supported by Disability Arts Cymru, Glyndwr Uni, Oriel Wrexham, LA Arts Services, BCU Health Board. Nov 2016 - Aril 2017

£19,996 Arts Council of Wales