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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
29 Jul 2015 Ashfield Lodge Community Fund

The funding will be used to deliver a programme of social activities, including day trips and social evenings, for local older people. This will provide opportunities for people to get together and help reduce loneliness and isolation.

£5,700 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 The Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

Development funding for professional fees and surveys for planned improvement works on community centre to greatly improve disabled access to the building, significantly enhancing the experience of the large number of wheel chair users and their carers who currently visit the centre. These improvements will allow them and other groups to see more beneficiaries and be able to utilise more of the centre?s rooms more easily. Usage will increase from current footfall of 4,650 visitors per month to over 6,500.

£33,335 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Cornerstone Supported Housing & Counselling Ltd

The funding will be used to teach woodworking skills to long term unemployed members of the local community, including those who have been involved in anti-social behaviour. This will help increase confidence and motivation, as well as giving participants the opportunity to gain an accredited qualification to improve their future employment, training and life chances.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Iris Steedman Residents Association

The funding will be used to offer a programme of activities for local older people, including theatre visits, day trips and game sessions. This will encourage older people to access social activities to reduce isolation and loneliness and provide mental stimulation.

£6,455 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 The Heritage Centre - Bellingham

Impact: WWI in North Tyne and Redesdale Valleys - training for the Front

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Burradon & Camperdown Forum

Bringing Back the Banner: Burradon Pit's Legacy

£61,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 University of Sunderland

Ripples From the House on the Shore: Eric Ennion, Art and Illustration

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 North Pennines AONB Partnership

Peatland People

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Milfield Heavy Horse Association

Milfield HHA

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Billingham Town Council

Beautiful Billingham Campaign: Harrington's pond restoration

£26,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Dr Ryan House Residents Group

The funding will be used for staff to deliver a programme of activities for residents and other older people from the wider local community. This will bring older people together to reduce isolation, loneliness and depression.

£3,880 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Home On The Range Limited

This funding will be used to develop a website, promotional materials and communications strategy to market the group and its services to those who need it. The organisation uses structured outdoor activities with horses to encourage people to discuss their feelings, behaviours and patterns. This is designed to help them engage with education or training, and find purpose and direction.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 The Jubilee Hall

This funding will be used to purchase new chairs for activities and events taking place in the organisation?s main hall. This will improve the safety and facilities on offer at the hall for new and existing community groups and residents.

£3,250 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 ABC Counselling, Play Therapy & Family Solutions C.I.C.

The funding will be used to deliver two weekly clubs to support vulnerable children aged 10 to 12 who are making the transition from primary to secondary school. The learning and fun sessions will include parents and carers, and provide creative group activities using arts and crafts materials to help prepare the children for secondary school.

£9,936 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 Houghton Rugby Union Football Club

Houghton RUFC Pitch Improvement Programme

£6,500 Sport England
22 Jul 2015 Braena

Brother and Sister Research & Development (Phase 2)

£15,036 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Julie Livsey

Coanwood Meeting House Art Project

£5,547 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Dunston Hill Community Primary School

The funding will be used to develop the school?s outdoor environment to create a community green space and outdoor classroom. This will enhance the teaching and learning provision of pupils and parents, as well as serving as a hub for learning and volunteering activities and holiday programmes for the wider local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Jarrovians Rugby Union Football Club Limited

The funding will be used to hold a community event to bring local people together for fun family activities and also to carry out consultation exercises to determine the future development of the community centre. This will enable the group to understand the needs and issues affecting the local community and how to address them.

£8,400 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Northumbrian Citizens Advice Bureau

This funding will be used to purchase new IT equipment for use by the local community. This will enable the organisation to expand and enhance their Citizens Advice Bureau services and provide support for local people with debt problems, disability issues and those who are unemployed.

£9,724 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 The Friends of Summerhill Limited

The funding will be used to resurface the car park at the community building. This will provide safe access to the premises by wheelchair users and older people.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2015 Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts

Sciuriosity: Red Squirrels United

£1,303,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Gateshead Council

Enchanted Parks

£79,000 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2015 PopUp Initiative

Practice makes Practice

£77,481 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2015 Clean and Sober Living CIC

This is a new project aims to develop a peer-led housing and support programme for people who are recovering from drug and alcohol addictions. In addition the project aims to strengthen and build the capacity of the local recovery community and improve its working relationships with policy makers and mainstream drug and alcohol services.

£165,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Durham County Badminton Association

Deaf Badminton Coaching Sessions

£9,948 Sport England
17 Jul 2015 Escomb Primary School

The funding will be used to refurbish and reinstate a vegetable growing area in the school grounds and run an out of school gardening club with volunteers and events. This will improve the health and wellbeing of participants by increasing the children's exposure to vegetables and improving their understanding of the interaction between food and health, as well as encouraging greater engagement with the local community.

£8,100 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 The Sunderland and North Durham Royal Society For The Blind

The funding will be used to provide a range of activities linked to healthy living and wellbeing, including cookery and arts and crafts sessions. It will also enable the organisations to support more people and broaden its reach throughout County Durham.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 Berwick Middle School

The funding will be used to install a fitness trail and playground storage unit on the school?s grounds. This will promote regular physical exercise for all the children at the school.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Ribbon Academy Trust

The funding will be used to run a series of mosaic making sessions led by professional artists, engaging families of children who are lacking in confidence, life skills and resilience. The activity will support them to form mutually supportive relationships and introduce them to community venues and services that will provide additional support in the future.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Pennywell Neighbourhood Centre

The funding will be used to deliver a programme of learning courses including cookery and life skills for vulnerable children, including those with learning and physical difficulties, culminating in a celebration event. This will help organisation develop the activities it offers, and provide peer support and fun personal development activities for beneficiaries to help improve their further education and employment opportunities.

£9,512 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 AV Festival

Re-Imagine India

£23,989 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Nick Kennedy

Degrees of Freedom

£3,741 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Caroline Pearce

Empire of the Rats_the play

£15,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Gary Kitching and Company

New theatre production: Me and Mr C

£14,356 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Yarm Primary School

The funding will be used to make improvements to their outdoor play equipment to offer safe active play for children in all seasons and sensory play equipment to benefit children with special educational needs.

£9,875 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 Dame Dorothy Primary School

The funding will be used to install all-weather surfacing and purchase play equipment. This will provide an environment the children can use throughout the year, addressing issues relating to poor behaviour and improving social and cultural communication in a diverse community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 The Meadows School

The funding will be used to purchase gym and fitness equipment for use outside of school hours. This will provide health and fitness sessions for students that have no access or other means of exercising beyond what they do at school.

£9,394 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Sandyford Park Residents Social Committee

The funding will be used for a variety of social activities, including physical activities such as boccia and golf, visits to the local theatre and entertainment events, for older people. This will help combat loneliness and isolation.

£9,830 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 SixtyEightyThirty

This is a continuation of an existing free, confidential service to support women aged 16 plus, mainly from west Northumberland who have experienced domestic abuse, cope with its effects and to support them to recover from its impact.

£493,517 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Middlesbrough Voluntary Development Agency

The funding will be used to design and build a new, more user-friendly website, which is up to date and easier to navigate for those using it within the local community.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Grangetown Primary School

The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment to run adult learning sessions. This will improve the IT skills of adults within the community and improve their employment prospects, confidence and self esteem.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Friends of Linskill Park

The funding will be used to develop a social activity programme for residents of its special housing complex with outings, music tuition, gentle exercise and creative activities. The group will provide a regular programme of activities for older people with additional mental health or physical needs to reduce the risk of isolation and encourage creative activities to support health and wellbeing in a dementia-friendly and supportive environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Newcastle University Students' Union

Purchase of Firefly Dinghies for start sailing programme

£10,000 Sport England
13 Jul 2015 The Campaign to Open Gilsland Station (COGS)

This funding will be used to undertake a detailed feasibility study and look at options around the re-opening of a railway station and rail service at Gilsland. This will improve the lives of local residents by providing access by public transport so they can better access health, leisure, employment and education services, as well as improving the economic viability of the area by increasing tourism.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2015 Silverline Care Support Services Community Interest Company

The funding will be used to start up a weekly day club for older people living with mild to moderate stage dementia. This will provide opportunities for meaningful activity and socialisation for people who would otherwise experience loneliness and isolation.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2015 South Tyneside District Scout Council

The funding will be used to carry out improvements to the camping ground by installing drainage, new hedges and laying turf after clearing away compacted and waterlogged areas. This will ensure that scout groups, community groups and visitors can have safe access to camping and outdoor activities without risk of floods or damage.

£3,500 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2015 Riverside Community Health Project

This will be delivered on the Benwell and Scotswood and Elswick wards of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. It will support disadvantaged new arrivals to the country, addressing basic needs and bring the diverse communities together to tackle the effects of poverty on individuals, families and the wider community. This will be achieved by addressing barriers to appropriate services, building social networks and reducing friction between existing and new communities.

£385,631 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jul 2015 Sally Madge

Revisiting Lisa s House

£4,500 Arts Council England
9 Jul 2015 Gillie Kleiman

Participation/Performance: DANCE CLASS & Recreation

£12,194 Arts Council England
9 Jul 2015 Zoe Murtagh

Sacre Blue

£8,586 Arts Council England
9 Jul 2015 Dawn Knox

Milecastle of Books (working title)

£10,000 Arts Council England
9 Jul 2015 Sage Gateshead

Community Music Spark Traineeship

£30,000 Arts Council England
9 Jul 2015 Wolsingham School and Community College

Weardale Musical Outreach Project

£26,694 Arts Council England
9 Jul 2015 Perth Green Community Association CIO

The organisation will use the funding to revamp their kitchen and main hall by laying new floor and purchasing new furniture. This will improve the building, making it more accessible and suitable for use by the whole community.

£9,993 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jul 2015 Investing in People and Culture

The funding will be used to run citizenship classes for refugees and other migrants in Middlesbrough and Newcastle. This will help aid their integration into the local community and prepare for them for life in the UK.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jul 2015 Westgarth Primary School

The funding will be used to purchase iPads and deliver after school IT and digital technology classes for pupils and their families. This will engage parents with their children?s learning, help improve the skills, enable parents and carers to access information on services, and improve their learning and employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2015 Kirkleatham SNAP(Special Needs Activity Playscheme)

The funding will be used to run a week-long summer play scheme for children with special needs. This will provide exciting activities and help reduce social isolation for children during the summer holidays, whilst providing respite for parents and carers.

£4,700 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2015 Hardwick in Partnership Ltd

The funding will be used to establish a drop in job club to provide local residents with access to guided job searches and ICT support. This will open up opportunities for residents with care responsibilities, providing basic ICT sessions, job searches, CV writing and employment skills for people who are unable to attend sessions during the day.

£9,943 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 Newcastle City Council

Conversion

£48,000 Arts Council England
6 Jul 2015 Wood Green Residents Association

The funding will be used to deliver weekly photography and filmmaking learning sessions for the local community targeted at older residents. They will work together to examine social issues in East Gateshead and showcase the good aspects of the community. This will provide social activities, enable people to develop and learn new skills, encourage them to become more active and reduce their loneliness and isolation.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 Riverside Consulting Community InterestCompany

This project will help unemployed people to widen their horizons and access work and training opportunities in new areas through using online travel planning resources. The funding will deliver improved IT facilities and IT literacy sessions, as well as courses to train people as ?Community Travel Champions? to support others with their travel planning. The funding will also help the organisation extend their travel advice services to the whole county of Northumberland.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 St William's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The funding will be used to install all weather surfacing to the playground area and apparatus. This will improve the safety of the playground for children to access the facilities all year round, and will help aid their development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 West Woodburn First School

The funding will be used to install fitness play equipment on the school?s grounds. This will encourage children from the school and the wider community to play actively in order to improve fitness levels. The organisation will also run after school activities to encourage children to play together and form friendship bonds.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 Rookie Sports Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to offer Rookie Golf activities for local people with long term chronic conditions that affect their physical and mental health and wellbeing. This will provide accessible low impact physical activities for beneficiaries so they can manage their conditions, improve their confidence and self esteem and socialise regularly.

£9,978 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 20th Durham City Scout Group (Waterhouses)

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a trailer and portable shelter. This will enable the organisation to facilitate outward bound activities for more young people from the community.

£4,085 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Ex Factor Health & Fitness Club

The funding will be used to continue delivering health and fitness sessions for older people. This will improve the mobility, strength, general health and wellbeing of older people so they can become more active in their community.

£6,406 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service

This is a new project which is based on addressing gaps in existing services and advocacy support for people with long term neurological conditions. Neurological conditions manifest in the brain or spine and include Parkinson?s Disease, MS, brain injury, Muscular Dystrophy and autism. People with neurological conditions often suffer from cognitive, behavioural, physical and emotional problems.

£369,291 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Wear Mencap

The funding will be used to support young people with learning disabilities to arrange and deliver a series of outings and activities to other children and young people with learning disabilities. This will give them experience in team work, budgeting, planning and organising to help improve their chances of securing employment. The project will also deliver fun social activities to children and young people at risk of isolation due to their disability and break down barriers to participation.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Sherburn Hill Hub

The funding will be used to organise a community fun day with attractions and activities, including a bouncy castle, climbing wall, football, a reptile demonstration and African drumming sessions. This will strengthen the community by bringing local residents together and encouraging interaction in an area that has no community centre or other venue for shared community activities.

£2,730 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Low Simonside Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to update its IT system, purchase white goods and new furniture for its community venue. This will enable the group to provide modern and comfortable facilities for community groups and individuals accessing the venue for events and activities, and increase the range of activities available with additional items and facilities.

£8,657 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2015 Anton Hecht

Darlington Festival of Flipbooks

£6,200 Arts Council England
1 Jul 2015 Helen Pailing

Glass Stitch Exhibition K&S Shows 2015

£1,628 Arts Council England
1 Jul 2015 Sunderland South Forum

The funding will be used to provide tutors to work in outreach venues across the neighbourhood to deliver practical IT sessions. This will help local people who are employed, vulnerable or facing financial hardship to improve their IT skills so they can access job opportunities and services online. The project will also help people to develop their CVs and employment skills.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2015 Thornley Village Centre Management Group

This funding will be used to set up and run a weekly youth club at the community centre for young people aged 11 to 15 in an area where there is very little alternative provision for younger teenagers. This will provide a safe environment for the participants to socialise with their peers and engage with the wider community, and help to divert them from anti-social behaviour.

£8,917 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2015 Hedworthfield Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to install new kitchen facilities in their centre. This will ensure that the kitchen facilities are clean, hygienic and suitable for use, and enable the group to accommodate more people at their community cafe.

£9,952 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 Cestria Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to develop an unused area of their playground and install new play equipment and safety flooring. This will provide a safe environment, improved play facilities and after school activities for younger pupils, to help improve their confidence, social skills and development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 Integrating Children

The funding will be used to carry out an evaluation of the organisation?s activities and services. This will help improve the infrastructure of the organisation, promote the sharing of good practices with other providers, and help them to improve their future services to help meet the needs of vulnerable children including those with disabilities, their families and carers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 Young Women?s Outreach Project

This funding will be used to purchase new IT facilities and provide IT skills training for vulnerable young women aged 13 to 24 year old. This will provide beneficiaries with peer mentoring support and volunteer opportunities, and improve their IT skills and confidence to enable them to access services online, manage finances, reduce their social exclusion and improve their further education and employment opportunities.

£9,270 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 The Caddy Shacks

The organisation will use the funding to provide training to committee members and volunteers, purchase additional equipment and rent a larger venue for activities. This will enable the group to increase the range of activities available to adults with disabilities, dementia and other additional needs to reduce isolation, help beneficiaries to integrate into their communities and improve wellbeing through social, physical and cultural activities and visits.

£9,989 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 Teesside University

'Dear Mrs Pennyman': Letters to the Kings Own Scottish Borders Widows and Orphans Fund

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 The Soil Association

WW1 Food for Life

£57,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 Bede Productions Ltd

Freeborn John: How Magna Carta ensured freedom of speech and democracy, throughout the ages

£7,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 Byker Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to create a support and social group for Gay and Bisexual men from the area. This will enable the organisation to raise awareness of the issues facing this marginalised group of people and promote equality and diversity within the community.

£8,165 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 The Grove Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install adventure playground equipment and thermoplastic markings within the school grounds. This will improve the facilities of the school providing creative, play activities to help aid the physical, social and behavioural development of children in the community and encourage family learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 Badger Hill Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an outdoor music and performance area within the school grounds. This will provide extra-curricular and after school activities using the medium of music and performance to help develop the children?s social, emotional and physical development and cultural awareness.

£9,955 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 The Key

The organisation will use the funding to deliver three individual events for young people, including an afternoon of creative arts activities and workshops, an outdoor activities event and an awards celebration. This will provide opportunities for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to develop new skills, celebrate their achievements, improve their confidence and aspirations.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2015 North East Maritime Trust

The organisation will involve people who are disadvantaged, isolated or unemployed with a boat-building activity that will provide beneficiaries with new practical and employability skills. This will involve people from deprived communities in boat restoration and building in order to encourage wider involvement with the group and its activities, as well as provide work experience, social skills and positive activities for people at risk of long-term deprivation, unemployment and isolation.

£9,934 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2015 Hart Gables

The project will help increase the number of LGBT people suffering from same-sex domestic violence to access specialist support services, help engage socially isolated LGBT people to access services across Hartlepool and Middlesbrough, develop support services for people with transgender identity issues and their families, address negative attitudes and hate crime within society by working with young people, local residents, schools, community groups, police and Crime Commission and Prison Services.

£238,236 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2015 Agnew Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their community centre and create a sensory garden, to enable them to provide a range of social and learning opportunities for those affected by dementia and their families/carers, and weekly drop-in/coffee morning support sessions.This will also provide beneficiaries with information on local services and facilities, a support network to reduce isolation, improve their confidence and independence to encourage them to become active members of the community.

£8,900 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2015 Redcar Development Trust

The organisation will use the funding to deliver six inter-generational events, including music, crafts, World War 1, and IT training. This will provide volunteer opportunities for young people to help deliver and provide support at the events, activities to help reduce older people?s isolation and improve interaction across generations.

£8,040 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2015 Seaton Burn College, A Specialist Business and Enterprise Sc

The organisation will use the funding to create a well-being suite. This will enable the organisation to offer holistic therapies and treatments to members of the local community to alleviate the stress, promote intergenerational relationships and community engagement whilst raising the aspirations of young people from the school and teaching them interpersonal and workplace skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2015 Northumbria Blood Bikes

This project will use the funding to purchase a new motorbike to provide additional blood delivery services. This will enable the group to expand their services and provide a vital support for more people.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jun 2015 !Vamos! Festival Ltd

?VAMOS! Leeds

£12,000 Arts Council England
24 Jun 2015 Krazee Krafters

The organisation will use the funding to set up a new fortnightly evening craft club in the village of Seghill for children and provide family fun days. This will also provide volunteer training and opportunities for parents, provide support for disadvantaged families and engage children in positive activities.

£9,310 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jun 2015 NHS Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group

This six month development grant will allow Ways to Wellness Limited (W2W) to obtain technical support to launch a seven yea social impact bond (SIB) with Newcastle West Clinical Commissioning Group. This will provide improved social prescribing to 5,000 patients with long term conditions per year in North East England. W2W aim to develop strategies to attract investors, financial measures and legal arrangements for service, support and marketing arrangements to deliver the SIB.

£1,999,850 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jun 2015 Ocean Road Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to update the youth room in their community building and purchase sports equipment. This will enable the organisation to offer activities for young people in a safe and welcoming environment.

£9,945 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2015 Joelene English

February 11th 1963

£28,580 Arts Council England
23 Jun 2015 Friends of Prudhoe Woods

The organisation will use the funding to hold community conservation days where local people will carry out improvements to the woods, and deliver various activities for local young people. This will ensure the woods are safe for community use and provide activities to divert young people from negative behaviours.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2015 Hummersea Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase tablet computers that will be used during family learning activities outside of school time. This will enable the group to provide parents and families with IT skills training and support using accessible and easy to understand equipment, improving skills, employability and training opportunities using facilities at the school.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund