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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
14 Apr 2016 NEPACS

This project will provide support for the families of prisoners separated by a custodial sentence, offering parenting courses, support for first-time fathers, and will expand cover from four to six prisons.

£450,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a personal development programme of activities and workshops for adults with additional needs. This will help participants to develop skills, improve their confidence, life skills and independence.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Joan Crump

Hartlepool Folk Festival

£15,000 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 Stephen Livingstone

Boat Curves for the Customs House

£6,748 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 The Angelou Centre

This project will deliver advocacy and therapeutic support to Black, Asian Minority Ethnic and Refugee mothers, children and young people from across the North East who have witnessed or been subjected to domestic violence, abuse and exploitation.

£499,486 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 The Angelou Centre

The aim of the project is to open a specialist refuge for the North East and provide ongoing longer-term, sustained support to women survivors that builds up their abilities to lead lives free of violence and abuse. The main issue the organisation would like to address is those women with no recourse to public funding, having no refuge or bed-space within the mainstream refuges that are state funded.

£742,153 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Billingham International Folklore Festival of Worl

Faces of Dance

£49,900 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 Teesside University

Mima - Hacking the Museum

£141,480 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 l8r@wardley

The organisation will use the funding to purchase play and learning equipment and continue to run their after school club for children aged 3-11. This will enable children from a deprived area to participate in social, creative and learning activities with their peers in a safe and secure environment, to help aid their development.

£2,055 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Abbeyfields First School

The school will use the funding to install scooter storage as part of their initiative encouraging pupils to walk, scoot or cycle to school. This will encourage more children to improve their health and wellbeing by travelling to school by scooter.

£1,795 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Cleves Cross Primary School

The school will use the funding to install a dinosaur skeleton climbing frame to improve the play and learning facilities and aid the development of pupils and children in the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Woodland Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop a new outdoor nursery play area to improve facilities and provide stimulating and interesting play activities for nursery children. This will improve their social skills and physical development, and encourage them to become more active.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Bullion Lane Primary School

The school will use the funding to run a summer club during the school break. This will provide children from disadvantaged backgrounds with a variety of fun enrichment activities and workshops, to develop their skills, confidence and aspirations.

£2,375 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Kirkleatham Hall School Charity

The organisation will use the funding to purchase portable catering equipment to develop a community caf? within Kirkleatham Hall School which supports children with multiple learning difficulties. This will provide additional practical learning opportunities to aid the development of the children, and social opportunities and a support network for families.

£8,729 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Helix Arts

Off the Beat

£74,906 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2016 Hurworth Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to improve access to the entrance of their building, which houses the local community centre and the Parish Council offices. This will enable more local groups who use the facility for community activities and visitors who use the grounds for annual events and camping weekends to access the site more safely.

£8,500 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Foundation Futures CIC

The group will use the funding to provide mentoring and training support for vulnerable school leavers. This will enable them to develop their skills and improve their chances of finding employment.

£9,599 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 East Boldon Infant School

The school will use the funding to install an outdoor exercise zone including trampoline, balance beams, play panel and memory games. This will provide activities to encourage young children to keep fit, enjoy exercise and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Coxhoe Village Hall Association

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their Village Hall kitchen. This will improve the health and safety standards of the venue, help attract more users, and enable current users and community groups to extend their activities and events.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Beyond Limits

The organisation will use the funding to install a climbing frame, camping pod and summer house to offer a retreat ?safe house? in the form of short breaks, respite and healthy lifestyle and development activities for disadvantaged and vulnerable families. This will help beneficiaries deal with problems, improve confidence, circumstances and aspirations.

£9,545 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Whytrig Community Middle School

The school will use the funding to purchase playground equipment, and provide a programme of physical activity training and extra curricula clubs for inactive pupils. This will help them archive their goals, improve their confidence, self-esteem, personal development and physical wellbeing.

£5,760 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Ouseburn Learning Trust

The organisation will use the funding to run cooking sessions for children aged 7-11, families with older children, and adults, and provide demonstrations and recipe cards. This will encourage beneficiaries to eat healthy affordable meals and make healthy lifestyle choices, as well as providing volunteering opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Bill Quay Arts Studio CiC

The organisation will use the funding to deliver glass making sessions for people with learning difficulties and mental health issues to provide enrichment and learning opportunities to improve their confidence, resilience, mental health and wellbeing. Participants will develop a bespoke window representing their lives to help raise awareness of mental health issues.

£8,750 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Hurworth Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to continue to deliver an annual village outdoor event with musical performances for the wider community. This will enable members of this rurally isolated village to take part in community activities.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Inward Bound

The organisation will use the funding to continue to deliver holistic health and wellbeing sessions to people who are experiencing low self-esteem or self-worth because of long term unemployment, poor physical or mental health, or extreme poverty. This will enable people to tackle their issues, and help improve their confidence, aspirations and wellbeing.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Lakes Primary School

The school will use the funding to install new outdoor play equipment and provide family play activities to aid children?s development, and encourage them to become more physically active, whilst improving parental skills.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 South Moor Garden Association

The organisation will use the funding to erect a metal fence around unsecure parts of their local allotment site. This will provide a safe environment, free from crime and anti-social behaviour, for existing users to enjoy gardening activities and to encourage new members.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2016 Dormanstown Community Sports & Recreation Group

The organisation will use the funding to deliver more clubs and activities to help meet the needs of local residents, including a homework club, youth and luncheon clubs, running, football, and mother and toddler groups.

£8,958 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2016 Sunderland Prostate Oncology Group (SPOG)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver monthly meetings for prostate cancer suffers, their families and friends. They will raise awareness of the illness and its symptoms to enable more men to get checked, and offer counselling, nutritional advice, cooking classes and complementary therapies to help improve the physical and mental wellbeing of sufferers.

£5,797 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Darlington Jazz Club

Darlington Jazz Festival

£4,500 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Drama in the Dale

A Midsummer Nights Dream

£12,000 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Robert Graham

Carousel Re-Development

£14,980 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Rachael Clewlow

Walking The Grid

£13,555 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Holy Island Festival

Holy Island Festival 2016

£15,000 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Kirsten Luckins

The Trouble With Compassion

£5,913 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 The Chris Cave Foundation

The organisation will use the funding to deliver workshops involving roleplay activities on gangs and knife and violent crimes. This will help raise awareness of the dangers and support young people at risk of gang culture and anti-social behaviour, to make informed and positive lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Ferryhill Lakes and District Development Education Resource

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of cooking and health related activities for small groups including teen mums and people recovering from alcohol misuse. This will provide group and one to one support for participants to learn how to cook healthy meals, grow their own food, budget, and encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,324 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Jewish Community Council of Gateshead

The organisation will use the funding to purchase new IT equipment and server and sessional support staff for their internet drop-in and IT training facility. This will enable the organisation to run their current activities effectively, expand community activities and reduce digital exclusion.

£9,951 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Gateshead Community Rowing Club

Learn to Row stable quad boat

£9,942 Sport England
6 Apr 2016 JCCG

The organisation will use the funding to purchase new IT equipment and server and sessional support staff for their internet drop-in and IT training facility. This will enable the organisation to run their current activities effectively, expand community activities and reduce digital exclusion.

£9,951 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Southwick and Monkwearmouth Community Transport (SMCT)

This existing project will continue to deliver a community transport scheme in Sunderland, providing affordable, reliable transport to community groups, charitable organisations and voluntary sector groups and supports the most vulnerable members of the community to experience activities that may otherwise be out of their reach.

£104,807 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 RASC/RCT Association (Teesside)

The organisation will use the funding to host a commemorative event to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme. This will enable the organisation to bring people together at a social event, improve community spirit and cohesion whilst promoting their activities which will help address issues of social isolation.

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Full Circle North East CIC

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of one to one wellbeing and training workshops and information services in the local community. This will include benefit, debt, housing and employment advice, signposting to service providers, accredited training and volunteering opportunities for residents, including lone parents and unemployed people to help improve their circumstances, and employment prospects.

£9,590 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Full Circle North East CIC

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of one to one wellbeing and training workshops and information services in the local community. This will include benefit, debt, housing and employment advice, signposting to service providers, accredited training and volunteering opportunities for residents, including lone parents and unemployed people to help improve their circumstances, and employment prospects.

£1,138 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 South Tyneside Council

The Story 2

£35,475 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2016 Monkfish Productions CIC

The organisation will use the funding carry out a study and business plan on the viability of delivering the previous successful Jack and Josephine project which the group has inherited. This was designed to support adults with learning disabilities to talk and explore sexual health and protection issues. This will involve exploring the existing services available to beneficiaries, any gaps in services and the potential of the organisation to carry the project forward.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Self-Advancement Foundation and Education (SAFE)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver business training workshops for ethnic minority groups newly arrived to the Tees-valley area. This will provide self-employment and entrepreneurial training, advice and support for beneficiaries to help aid their integration and improve their employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2016 Counselling in Schools North East CIC

The organisation will use the funding to provide a weekly drop in counselling service for vulnerable students that will be staffed by a sessional counsellor and volunteer counsellors studying a foundation degree. This will help students address issues affecting them, provide suitable coping strategies and interventions, and identify possible ways forward including resilience based group sessions or counselling to improve their wellbeing.

£9,882 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 I.M.P.A.C.T. North East Community Interest Company

The organisation will use the funding to deliver therapeutic training/learning opportunities, drop in sessions and parental workshops for families and young people. This will provide support and interventions for young people and families affected by self-harm, domestic violence and poor mental health.

£9,984 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 Felling Irish Association

The organisation will use the funding to continue to run social activities for older members of their community and provide training for new board members. This will enable older, isolated members of the community to socialise and share memories of their cultural background and enable the board to improve the services they offer.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2016 I.M.P.A.C.T. NE Community Interest Company

The organisation will use the funding to deliver therapeutic training/learning opportunities, drop in sessions and parental workshops for families and young people. This will provide support and interventions for young people and families affected by self-harm, domestic violence and poor mental health.

£9,984 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 Briardale Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to develop their outdoor joinery workshops and allotment as a ?trading shop? to produce garden furniture and local food produce for the benefit of the community. They will also provide work placements for ex-offenders and existing service users, to gain enterprise skills, improve employment opportunities and aid their integration into society.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2016 The Isabella Centre

The organisation will use the funding to purchase IT equipment and furniture for their IT suite. This will enable the group to facilitate more members of the community to take part in IT activities.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Young Women?s Outreach Project

The project aims expand their work to the surrounding areas of Gateshead, to provide specialist help for the growing number of young women experiencing domestic violence/abuse and those in need of counselling support and offer outreach work that inform young mothers of their rights and their entitlement to benefits and housing support.

£364,251 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Fiscus North Ltd

This project aims to provide access to crisis support, specialist advice and foodbanks. The project will target vulnerable people who are living in or leaving care or supported accommodation, are disabled, suffering mental ill health, alcohol or substance misuse problems, and people struggling to access support and advice to address crisis situations such as debt, welfare reform issues and benefits sanctions.

£494,510 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Aspire Leasrning, Support And Wellbeing CIC

The project will introduce services that will address currently unmet needs including mental health and social isolation. There will be four strands to the project: peer mentoring and befriending, confidential listening and advocacy, social support groups, and a women?s wellness service.

£499,030 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Young Women?s Outreach Project

The project aims expand their work to the surrounding areas of Gateshead, to provide specialist help for the growing number of young women experiencing domestic violence/abuse and those in need of counselling support and offer outreach work that inform young mothers of their rights and their entitlement to benefits and housing support.

£369,251 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 ASPIRE LEARNING, SUPPORT AND WELLBEING CIC

The project will introduce services that will address currently unmet needs including mental health and social isolation. There will be four strands to the project: peer mentoring and befriending, confidential listening and advocacy, social support groups, and a women?s wellness service.

£503,830 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Young Women?s Outreach Project

The project aims expand their work to the surrounding areas of Gateshead, to provide specialist help for the growing number of young women experiencing domestic violence/abuse and those in need of counselling support and offer outreach work that inform young mothers of their rights and their entitlement to benefits and housing support.

£369,467 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 Tees Music Alliance

TMA - Reaching Out

£73,299 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2016 Northumberland County Council

Bedlington HS Playing fields

£1,500 Sport England
29 Mar 2016 Pegswood Community Hub Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to start a junior youth ?Hubsters? group for children aged 10 to 13. This will provide creative and learning activities to help improve self-confidence and social skills, aid their transition into secondary school and improve their aspirations.

£6,347 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 Footprints in the Community

They will extend its Men?s Shed service, providing a place for men to chat and make friends, learn new skills, share their problems, have a laugh and be themselves. They will open a new Shed in the East Cleveland area of Skelton, so more people can take part in the activities and have a reason to get up in the mornings. This will be kitted out with new woodwork equipment and tools to encourage men to be physically and mentally active, and improve their wellbeing.

£49,975 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2016 The North East Military Vehicle Club Ltd

They will offer trips and activities for injured soldiers. This will include workshops and subterranean climbing at Honister Slate Mine, water sports and open water swimming at Lake Windermere, steam railway activities at Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum, mountain biking at Whinlatter Pass and Forest and jeep excursions at Wray Castle. This will help soldiers transition back into the community, make new friends and reduce feelings of isolation.

£49,440 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2016 1st Shiremoor Scouts

The organisation will use the funding to purchase new camping equipment, event shelters and a trailer. This will enable more young people to access the outdoor, social and development activities and events of scouting.

£7,139 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2016 Northumberland Deaf Club

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a variety of social activities for members of the local deaf community, many of whom have additional needs including learning disabilities, autism and cerebral palsy. This will reduce social isolation, enable members to develop new friendships and help build their confidence and self-esteem.

£6,600 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2016 !Vamos! Festival Ltd

?VAMOS! NORTH EAST & LEEDS (VNEL)

£50,000 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2016 Arts Centre Washington

Sunderland Stages

£69,062 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Stuart Langley

R and D: Neon

£8,153 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Susie Tate

Dance for Health in Rural North

£14,914 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Ed Waugh

1BGDFBDVK

£15,000 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Alphabetti Theatre

The Frights 2016

£12,000 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Mhairi Ledgerwood

Signal Change

£2,925 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Rob Kitchen

Lulladub

£5,405 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Amanda Drago

Northern Exchange

£13,990 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2016 Stockton and District Advice and Information Service

This project will support people facing welfare issues including financial instability due to benefit, debt, health problems, insecure housing, employment issues, mental health problems and family breakdown. Holistic welfare advice and advocacy will be provided to address immediate needs of people in crisis. Welfare advice and advocacy will resolve underlying problems that led to crisis, including money advice, housing, training and employment and family support.

£495,580 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2016 Oasis Aquila Housing Ltd

Will assist and support those experiencing hardship crisis like housing and financial concerns. Will work with the individual to resolve housing issues by providing emergency accommodation and supporting clients into stable tenancies. Support will also be offered with benefits entitlements, managing money and developing financial capability skills and communicating with debtors as well as foodbank provision to address initial crisis before addressing long term problems.

£499,261 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 National Trust North - Yorkshire and North East

Seaton Delaval Hall: The Curtain Rises

£3,850,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Trinity Youth & Children's Project

The organisation will use the funding to run Summer holiday and half term clubs based around the Olympic legacy of improving fitness, and wellbeing, understanding of diverse cultures, and performing arts. They'll also provide family fun days and trips to support families including those new to the area, and inspire participants to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£8,290 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Tanfield Lea Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install play facilities and equipment in the school grounds. This will provide a safe, stimulating environment for children to play and will encourage pupils to increase their physical activity levels to combat sedentary lifestyles and improve health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 SERIF

The organisation will use the funding to promote and co-host two conference events, and provide business intelligence training and support for offenders in HMP Frankland. This will encourage best practice sharing between those working in the prison sector regarding the design and contribution of social enterprise techniques, to be used in the rehabilitation of prisoners.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Cragside Primary School, Newcastle

Finding the Fallen- Northumberland Fusiliers from Heaton who fell at the battle of the Somme

£9,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Durham County Council Regen & Development Team

South Moor and Quaking Houses First World War Heritage Trail

£60,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Surface Area Dance Theatre CIC

Project Godie

£32,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Age UK South Tyneside

Private residence to community hub - the life and times of a South Shields town house

£81,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 North Music Trust

Pass It On - The Tradition in Your Hands

£65,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Tees Valley Wildlife Trust

Woodland diaries

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Holystone History & Archaeology Group

Holystone Priory Dig

£4,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Tynedale North of the Wall Archaeology Group

Beyond the Wall: Edges Green

£9,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Apollo Pavilion Community Association

Apollo at 50

£5,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Cleveland Fire Support Network

The organisation will use the funding to set up an online charity shop and offer volunteering opportunities to people that have learning difficulties and mental health issues. This will provide furniture, clothing and toys for the public at affordable prices and for free to victims of house fires and floods, as well as improving employment prospects for the volunteers.

£9,590 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Saltburn Friends of the Valley Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to recruit and train young volunteers and peer leaders, provide a summer programme of woodland, camping and adventure activities for young people, and work with young adults with learning difficulties to design information and routes within the Valley gardens. This will engage young people in positive activities to help maintain the valley and reduce incidents of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.

£3,770 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Durham County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£936,117 Sport England
18 Mar 2016 Coquet Shorebase Trust Ltd

Ladyburn Lake Sunday Sailing School

£10,000 Sport England
18 Mar 2016 Blaze

The organisation will use the funding to deliver Friday night activities for disadvantaged families and children/young people. This will involve volunteer opportunities to help deliver the activities, and provide diversionary activities for young people at risk of antisocial and risk taking behaviour.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Newcastle Law Centre Limited

The project will provide a service to young families in the most deprived areas of Newcastle who are in positions of extreme hardship and crisis with issues including benefit sanctions, sudden job loss, eviction or threat of eviction and family crisis. Many have an identifiable legal need that means that specialist legal advice can help solve their immediate crisis. It will provide help in practical concerns such as homelessness, food, addictions, mental health and offending.

£516,878 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2016 Jean Michele Johnston Rickitt

A Voyage Through Blyth - Its People and Places

£7,888 Arts Council England
16 Mar 2016 Jennifer Essex

Replicas

£11,400 Arts Council England
15 Mar 2016 Nicola Singh

Partnership with New Art Centre (AIDF)

£2,892 Arts Council England
15 Mar 2016 Great Run Local Ltd

Expansion of Great Swim Local

£82,000 Sport England