Lottery grants awarded to North East in 2015

764 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Nov 2015 North East War Memorials Project

Always Remembered - North East Memorials of the Great War

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 North East Circus Development Trust

War Circus

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 North Tyneside Disability Forum

WW1 and Deafness - The Hidden Disabaility

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineer

The future of the Neville Hall and Nicholas Wood Memorial Library

£65,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Hartlepool Borough Council

The Changing Face of Hartlepool

£34,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2015 St Mary's Church, Easington Village

Replacement of crumbling stonework in a pillar between 2 vaulted roof-supporting arches

£65,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2015 St Thomas the Martyr Church, Newcastle upon Tyne

Reordering of the Church of St Thomas The Martyr: urgent repairs plus accessible lavatories

£117,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2015 Kielder Water & Forest Park Development Trust

Living Wild at Kielder

£341,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2015 Matthew Pickering

Interrupt Cycle

£2,894 Arts Council England
18 Nov 2015 Dominic Nelson-Ashley

Wordless Voices

£8,395 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2015 Unfolding Theatre

Organisational development: building audiences

£58,500 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2015 Hartlepool Borough Council

The Hartlepool and Colour Splashes

£48,000 Arts Council England
29 Oct 2015 Jennifer Purrett

Making Sense

£5,110 Arts Council England
28 Oct 2015 ivo

In The Vice Like Grip Of It

£24,586 Arts Council England
27 Oct 2015 Someone Cares Limited

Male survivors of childhood rape, sexual assault or abuse in North Tyneside, Northumberland and Gateshead will be supported by a project run by Someone Cares which receives ?204,035. Referrals will be taken from local drug and alcohol agencies, rape crisis and local GPs.

£204,035 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2015 Durham Wildlife Trust

BrightWater Landscape Partnership

£2,860,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2015 Natural England Northumbria Team

Revitilising Redesdale

£1,844,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Element 1 Community Interest Company

Edelweiss : 16 going on 17

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Waterville Primary School

For Those in Peril on the Sea: Investigating the First World War at Sea

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 North Pennines AONB Partnership

OREsome North Pennines: Researching and conserving the archaeology, ecology and geology of lead mining landscapes

£79,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Curiosity Creative Limited

Home is Where You Park It

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Bridge + Tunnel Voices

Crime & Punishment: A digital storytelling heritage collection youth project

£26,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2015 Niemann-Pick Disease Group (UK)

This is a development of an existing project delivered across England supporting children and adults living with Neimann-Pick disease, along with their families, from diagnosis to bereavement and beyond. It will strengthen their emotional resilience by equipping them with care, support and resources to deal with the challenges of living with a life-limiting, genetic disorder for which there is no cure.

£447,108 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2015 Sunderland Women's Centre

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a pilot project of health, social and self-development activities for older women in Sunderland. This will improve learning, social and wellbeing and lead to reduced isolation.

£8,670 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2015 Pottery Bank Community Centre Ltd

Pottery Bank Community Centre will use ?377,447 to support 1,500 women in the Walker area of Newcastle experiencing poverty by offering training to develop skills and create better opportunities. The project will focus on women who are unemployed, are lone parents and may have mental health issues. It will provide training, volunteering, employment training based around growing food at an allotment, cooking, eating healthily, running a community cafe, training in IT, literacy, numeracy.

£377,447 Big Lottery Fund
6 Oct 2015 North Tyneside Disability Forum

The aim is people aged 13 to 25 to take up roles, gain nationally recognised qualifications and improve their employability via training, work experience, volunteering. Past examples have included beneficiaries working at charity shops and becoming boccia trainers. Sessions will include IT skills, accessible information, CV writing, independent living, work placements and community engagement projects.

£228,048 Big Lottery Fund
5 Oct 2015 Hartlepool Borough Council

This project based at Wavely Terrace Allotments is aimed at supporting people with learning disabilities or difficulties and/or mental health problems to become involved in horticulture or associated activities to assist their health and wellbeing. The project will support around 750 people.

£400,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2015 My Sister's Place

The group will use the funding to improve their IT facilities, data storage and security. This will enable them to work more efficiently and better meet the demand for their outreach support services for women suffering from domestic abuse.

£8,932 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2015 Dry Water (North East) Limited

The organisation will use the funding to run arts based sessions for people living with dementia and their carers. This will reduce isolation, improve self esteem and cognitive functioning and provide respite for the carers.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2015 The People s Theatre

The People s Theatre Redevelopment Project

£100,000 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 Northern Film and Media

THE ARTIST S CUT // FILM CLUB

£39,685 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 Bob Beagrie

Leasungspell: Live & Recorded

£12,930 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 Christy Ducker

North East Heroes

£15,000 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 Daisy Arts

The Somme ? Remembrance and Expression

£13,000 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 Lewis Gray

A Brand New Play at Alphabetti Theatre

£4,330 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 Sangini

The Light Project

£15,000 Arts Council England
30 Sep 2015 North Tyneside Carers' Centre

This is a new project which aims to bring lasting change to around 2,000 adult carers so that they can have a life outside of their caring role. The project will provide information and training to improve their confidence, skills and knowledge. Social activities will give carers the chance to take a break from caring including card making and flower arranging. Health and wellbeing sessions will focus on carers looking after their own health and will include relaxation techniques.

£365,287 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Furniture Reclamation And Delivery Enterprise

The organisation will use the funding to install an electronic stock management and point of sale computer system. This will enable the organisation to build their capacity to assist more people from across the region by allowing them to access their services from additional locations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Park View Project

Park View World War One - A Disability Perspective

£8,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Woodhorn Charitable Trust

Woodhorn Museum & Iain Duncan Partnership Project Lynemouth Coast Northumberland

£20,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Tyne Rivers Trust

Tyne Time: river volunteers protecting the natural heritage of the River Tyne

£57,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Gateshead Council

Flowers in the Vale

£7,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Action4Acomb (A4A)

Blast from the Past

£23,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Sep 2015 M.E North East

The organisation will use the funding to renew its IT equipment, create a website and social media pages. This will improve their operational efficiency and open up new lines of communication.

£3,649 Big Lottery Fund
25 Sep 2015 BLISS=Ability Limited

The project will support 600 people (including disabled people, their family and carers), experiencing a range of issues, to alleviate the affects of health inequalities, poverty and disadvantage through a wide range of activities to develop core skills, personal skills, improving employability, building family and community relationships and reduce isolation.

£308,161 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Scarth Memorial Hall

Scarth Memorial Village Hall Association will refurbish and upgrade existing facilities to enable an expansion of services to reduce isolation, improve health behaviours, skills and employability. The hall is nearly 140 years old with difficult access and a poor kitchen.The upstairs room will become a computer hub and there are plans to hold a cinema club.

£498,705 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2015 Jack Drum Arts

Comunidad de Navidad

£10,000 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Kando Arts Foundation CIC

War Shadows

£4,500 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Flora Whiteley

Art production, exhibition and events

£5,000 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Drop City

Drop City -A Collaborative Artists project

£14,900 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 James Calvert Spence College

Amble Community Writing Project

£13,200 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Liberdade North East CIC

NEIDN & Freedom Moving development project

£13,672 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Northern Children s Book Festival

NCBF Gala Day 2015

£14,829 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Mike Mcgrother

Of Rogues and of Honest Men

£10,500 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Luca Rutherford

WhatISee(m) [working title]

£9,990 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Pennywell Youth Project

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of weekly health, education and wellbeing sessions for local young parents and expectant young parents. They will also provide personal development and confidence building training sessions to help improve their aspirations and opportunities.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2015 The Link (Redcar) CIC

This project will offer class based sessions for children to address anxiety and other mental health issues. The sessions will focus on therapeutic discussion and the impact of kindness and work towards delivering a performance to allow the children to show case what they have learned.

£9,180 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 1st Winlaton Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to install new electrics and a replacement heating system in their community building. This will enable the organisation to accommodate user groups in comfort all year round and to attract new users.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 Signature

The group will use the funding to improve communication access for deaf people providing bespoke training for the organisations? speech to text reporters and note takers. This will support the training needs of staff which will enable them to support those living with disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 Element 1 Community Interest Company

The group will use the funding to develop a database of residents, businesses and voluntary and educational sector organisations. This will help strengthen the local volunteering sector, encourage partnership working and the sharing of resources and information.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 Recovering Justice

The organisation will use the funding to creating business and development plans, a website and a launch event. This will enable them to facilitate a range of diversionary schemes and provide support for people with addiction problems.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
18 Sep 2015 Independent Advocacy North East

The organisation will use the funding to deliver an advocacy support service for older people from local residential homes. They will train new volunteers, provide information packs and drop in sessions to improve their confidence and enable them to live independently and participate more actively in community.

£9,963 Big Lottery Fund
18 Sep 2015 North East Volleyball Association

North East Inter Regional Teams

£8,940 Sport England
16 Sep 2015 Dora Frankel Dance CIC

FERTILE GROUND - 2nd planting

£63,000 Arts Council England
16 Sep 2015 Daniel Bye

Tiny Heroes

£29,568 Arts Council England
16 Sep 2015 Kristin Abbott

Launch Day

£14,984 Arts Council England
16 Sep 2015 Bardon Mill and Henshaw Village Hall and Community Projects

The group will use the funding to improve and update facilities and redesign the website. The improved facilities and activities will encourage more use of the village hall.

£9,511 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 The Comfrey Project

The organisation will use the funding to run social activities and cookery lessons for asylum seekers and refugees. This will improve their well-being and assist in their integration into the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 Greenhills Residents Association (Area 38-86)

The organisation will use the funding to hold a party to celebrating the Queen?s 90th birthday. The community event will bring together residents of all ages and backgrounds from a supported housing scheme and surrounding streets to meet others, reduce isolation and encourage wider community engagement.

£7,100 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 Horden Youth and Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their outdoor play area and create a dance and music room. The improved facilities will enable children to access play activities to aid their development and provide gentle exercise and dance sessions for community groups including older people to help improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 Newcastle University Boat Club

New Boat for Beginners

£10,000 Sport England
14 Sep 2015 Kirkleatham Hall School

The community special school will use the funding to refurbish their swimming pool and install new sensory facilities. This will enable children and adults with disabilities, as well as the wider communitiy to access stimulating swimming activities to aid their development and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Sep 2015 Whickham Hermitage Community Garden Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to create a computer suite on its premises to provide a learning resource for school children and older isolated people.

£7,543 Big Lottery Fund
11 Sep 2015 Tees Valley Asian Welfare Forum Limited

The organisation will use the funding to deliver education and employability skills workshops. This will introduce the beneficiaries to IT, improve their literacy skills and help them work towards qualifications and paid employment.

£9,992 Big Lottery Fund
11 Sep 2015 St Cuthberts Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will use the funding to construct a safe and secure garden area to provide a place for relaxation and reflection for children and parents in times of emotional distress.

£5,292 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Kelloe Primary School

The school will use the funding to run out of school hours activities for children with poor speech and social skills. This will encourage them to participate and engage more, reducing isolation and preventing anti social behaviour. It will also develop their communication and emotional skills.

£9,299 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 MOSUM: Mother and Child Development in Middlesbrough

The group will use funding to run a series of educational and fun activities for Bengali women, children and older people. This will increase confidence, reduce isolation and promote community cohesion and integration.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Tees Valley Young Men's Christian Association

The organisation will use the funding to train and support volunteers to deliver support to young people affected by homelessness, leaving care and no longer eligible for support from mainstream statutory services. The programme of emotional, one to one and practical support will help to reduce the risk of them regressing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 The Parish of Delaval

The Church of Our Lady Stage 1A Repairs

£92,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Part

Coast Care - Volunteers on the Northumberland Coast AONB

£521,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Northumberland Wildlife Trust Ltd

Restoring Ratty: the return of the Water Vole to Kielder Forest

£412,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2015 Eliot Smith

IMPRISONMENT

£14,600 Arts Council England
9 Sep 2015 Colpitts Poetry

Mounting live poetry events in Durham

£4,500 Arts Council England
9 Sep 2015 Alison Carr

Dust of the Street s Shining

£20,280 Arts Council England
9 Sep 2015 SS Peter and Paul RC Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment to encourage young people and their families to engage in regular physical exercise. The project aims to address obesity related illnesses and improve general wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2015 Belmont Allotments Club

The organisation will use the funding to upgrade the allotment entrance and facilities to improve the health and safety and ensure its sustainability for future generations.

£2,960 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2015 Bringing Words to Life Limited

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of writing workshops for young adults in a bid to improve literacy rates and reduce unemployment with skills training. This will enable the organisation to expand the current work into Newcastle with more of a focus on equipping young adults with skills to improve employability.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2015 Beech Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to install all weather surfacing within the school grounds. This will enable children to access outdoor play equipment and activities throughout the year, encouraging them to be more active and improve their physical development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2015 Tilery Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop an allotment within the school grounds. This will enable them to teach pupils, parents and members of the wider community how to grow food, produce healthy meals on a budget and encourage healthy living.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2015 Curiosity Creative Limited

The organisation will use the funding deliver story telling workshops for migrants and asylum seekers. This will enable the beneficiaries to challenge stereotyping, settle into their new communities and improved their general wellbeing.

£9,877 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2015 Gateshead and South Tyneside Sight Service

The organisation will use the funding to enable them to work towards the Equality Standard Gold Award. This will help identify gaps in services and highlight the support needed to help improve their current equality and diversity practices for the benefit of people with sight loss.

£1,800 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 Newcastle NE1 Limited

This project will use the funding to set up an IT suite for its youth service. The new facility will support young people to engage with job searches, CV writing and employability skills to reduce the risk of unemployment, antisocial behaviour and deprivation.

£9,525 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 Gibside School

The community special school in Whickham will use the funding to install an outdoor gym to encourage young people from the community to exercise regularly. The project aims to address obesity levels and related illnesses.

£9,989 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 The Village Primary

The school will use funding to install all weather artificial grass surfacing in the school grounds. This will improve the play facilities and enable children to access physical activities throughout the year and encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 Newcastle Swahili Cultural Community

The group will use funding to deliver a series of soft skills workshops for BME members of the community with English as a second language. This will enable beneficiaries to practice new skills with the aim of reducing unemployment in the community.

£9,770 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 Marine Park Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver creative and exploratory workshops for local women from a range of different cultural and ethnic backgrounds. The project will provide a creative outlet for women to encourage self-expression, increase confidence and improved community engagement.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 Durham County Council

Seaham Harbour Activity Centre (SHAC)

£149,532 Sport England
4 Sep 2015 St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of physical and nature activities before and after school and during lunch time for children who do not engage in education, particularly those with SEN, social and emotional issues. This will support children to increase confidence, social skills and team work.

£9,300 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Hesleden Primary School

The school will use the funding to run weekly after-school activities using sensory and visual equipment to support the learning needs of children who have social and emotional issues, speech and language difficulties and special educational needs. This will improve academic achievements and reduce social isolation and anxiety.

£9,759 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Deaf Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to organise co-ordinated play sessions for children to develop language, communication and social skills with the aim to improve academic outcomes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund