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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
7 Jun 2017 Westmoor Primary School

The school will build an amphitheatre and provide creative, dance and performance activities to help children with low attainment levels improve their communication and literacy skills and increase their confidence and aspirations.

£9,265 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2017 Newburn Manor Primary School

The school will deliver traditional outdoor activities for pupils and their grandparents, including wood fired oven building, outdoor cooking, and hen handling sessions. This will provide mentoring support, outdoor and creative activities to help children develop their confidence and self-esteem. Activities will also provide dementia awareness training and intergenerational learning to help improve the wellbeing of older people.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2017 Krazee Krafters

The project will deliver weekly craft activities for people with disabilities in the Seaton Valley. This will provide creative, recreational and social activities for local people to reduce their isolation and improve their wellbeing.

£8,562 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2017 Foundation of Light

Beacon of Light

£1,500,000 Sport England
7 Jun 2017 Billingham International Folklore Festival Limited

Billingham Dance Triathlon

£6,660 Sport England
6 Jun 2017 My Sister's Place

The project will provide staff training and enable their front line staff to attend the Women?s Aid National Conference. This will enable staff to gain qualifications to work with high risk domestic violence cases, which will improve the group's services, help them meet demand and ensure their future sustainability.

£7,890 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jun 2017 Throckley Primary School

The school will transform their early years outdoor play area, with a wooden climbing frame, balance beams, ropewalks, learning boards and planters. This will provide challenging, creative play and gardening activities for young children and the wider community to access and enjoy.

£9,865 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jun 2017 Birtley St Joseph's Youth Club

The project will continue to provide weekly taster sessions for children at their youth club, including skiing, dance, trampolining, marital arts and horse riding. This will help improve the aspirations of local children, many of whom are from disadvantaged backgrounds.

£2,030 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jun 2017 Millfield n Pallion Panthers Community Football Club

The project will hold a community fun day and open days, and provide coaching and referee training for members of their group. They will bring young and older people together for fun activities to improve community relations, and help young people develop skills to improve their employability.

£2,190 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2017 Hamsteels Community Hall Association

The project will purchase new cooking/catering equipment and storage facilities, and indoor and outdoor furniture. This will improve the amenities and health and safety, enabling more people to benefit from social events and activities.

£9,942 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jun 2017 Gateway North East

The project will provide group meetings for young people with disabilities or learning difficulties and engage them in projects in the organisation and the community. This will help young people develop new life skills, confidence and independence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jun 2017 2 Way Tenancy Solutions CIC

The project will deliver a pilot providing one to one support for under 25 year olds interested in rehousing to help them develop the skills needed to maintain and sustain a tenancy. The pilot will help the group to develop a model of support for young people, to help them manage budgets, access affordable loans and savings, make informed choices about moving home, and improve their economic and employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2017 Friends Action North East

The project will recruit 10 people with different needs and support them to create and deliver training workshops for managers and staff at community and cultural venues and businesses in the North East. The group will develop a training resource pack to encourage and enable community venues and businesses to be more inclusive and accessible for people with additional needs.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 Mary Talbot

Rain

£15,000 Arts Council England
31 May 2017 Kathryn Tickell

Kathryn Tickell new work and touring

£15,000 Arts Council England
31 May 2017 Kirsten Luckins

Celebrating Change

£12,810 Arts Council England
31 May 2017 Greyscale Theatre Company

VANYA - RandD (new version of Uncle Vanya)

£14,868 Arts Council England
31 May 2017 Little Inventors Worldwide Ltd

Little Inventors UK

£15,000 Arts Council England
31 May 2017 Durham County Council Regen & Development Team

Michael Heaviside VC Centenary Project

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 North Tyneside Disability Forum

Spinning the yarn - a social cultural and historic record in craftwork

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 Burnhope Parish Council

Burnhope War Memorial and Research Project

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 OASES

Lost Landscapes and Learning, Pilot

£68,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 The Heritage Centre - Bellingham

Bellingham Heritage Centre, managing change, developing new skills, preparing to thrive

£15,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 Alnwick Civic Society

Some Alnwick Heritage Heroes

£6,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 North Tyneside Disability Forum

Our Folk - Our Songs - Our Lives

£49,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 May 2017 Tiny Hound Media CIC

The project will create a health and wellbeing one stop resource including videos, audio podcasts and easy read materials. They will provide information on a wide range of conditions, support, interventions, diagnosis and prevention measures for vulnerable and disabled people, and a shared information resource for healthcare services.

£8,350 Big Lottery Fund
30 May 2017 Ford, Pallion And Millfield Community Development Project

The project will provide a wide range of weekly creative, gardening and physical activities for older people from the Pallion Ward of Sunderland. This will help older people develop skills, hobbies and friendships, reduce social isolation and improve wellbeing.

£9,547 Big Lottery Fund
30 May 2017 Active Northumberland

Ability 2 Play Adults

£21,169 Sport England
29 May 2017 Changing Relations C.I.C.

The project will build on their previous success and create a film of a play they developed about domestic abuse. The group will create printed programmes and training materials, and delivering workshops and film screenings to schools and community groups. They aim to help change attitudes and stereotyping regarding domestic abuse, keep more women and girls safe and enable more victims to access support services and rebuild their confidence and lives.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 May 2017 Triangular

The project will deliver culturally sensitive workshops and drop in sessions to local communities affected by female genital mutilation (FGM). They will explore the negative problems it causes and the UK laws prohibiting it. Workshops will be provided for professionals and members of the public on the prevalence of FGM issues within Northumberland, to help prevent instances occurring and enable victims to access support.

£9,720 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2017 St Lawrence's RC Primary School

The school will install outdoor gym equipment and provide fitness sessions and healthy eating advice to encourage children and families to be more physically active and reduce levels of obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2017 Shiremoor Health Advice Resource Project

The project will purchase a container to store donated furniture and other household equipment, and hire a van to move the equipment. This will provide a place to enable people from deprived backgrounds to store their furniture when moving home, and enable them to purchase household furniture and goods.

£9,901 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2017 Festival of Thrift

Festival of Thrift Redcar 2

£160,000 Arts Council England
25 May 2017 Northern Film and Media

SOUND + VISION / THE ARTISTS CUT

£25,450 Arts Council England
25 May 2017 The Letter Room

No Miracles Here Production 2017

£32,500 Arts Council England
25 May 2017 Jack Drum Arts

Porto Rico Residency

£15,000 Arts Council England
25 May 2017 Philip Douglas

Curious LGBTQ Arts and Audience Development North East

£14,600 Arts Council England
25 May 2017 The Northumberland Church of England Academy

The funding will be used to run a ?Young People?s Business Club?, to include job hunting, CV writing, interview techniques coaching and real work visits. The project will involve lunchtime and after school sessions and mock interviews from local business volunteers, and help develop young people?s confidence, self-esteem and skills.

£9,190 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2017 Slow Shopping Ltd

This is a project based in North Tyneside, serving people in Newcastle upon Tyne. The project will purchase IT equipment and deliver training, information videos and start up packs for retail stores in Newcastle so they can deliver a ?slow shopping project?. This aims to improve the shopping experience of people with visible, invisible or intellectual disabilities, to improve their independence and reduce their isolation. The Newcastle project will act as a training hub for further stores nationwide.

£8,950 Big Lottery Fund
24 May 2017 South Tyneside Council For Voluntary Service

The project will engage local businesses to provide support and training for voluntary groups in South Tyneside for their mutual benefit. They will develop an accreditation scheme to recognise businesses' good work in the community, facilitate training workshops from local businesses and engage their staff to volunteer for local groups. This will encourage collaborative working and help strengthen the local community.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
24 May 2017 Cleadon Archers

Archery for All

£62,350 Sport England
23 May 2017 Hurworth Community Association

The project will construct a new pathway though the local nature reserve at Hurworth Grange. This will improve safety and enable more community groups, including older people, people with disabilities and young families, to access and enjoy the community facilities.

£9,341 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2017 Angel Court and the Bungalows Residence Social Fund

The project will deliver creative and arts based activities for their residents. This will provide stimulating social and recreational activities to reduce isolation, help older people develop their skills, and improve the environment of the residential home.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2017 Benfieldside, Blackhill, Bridgehill & Shotley Bridge Communi

The project will hold a community fun day and provide information and advice on other organisations and statutory support services including the Alzheimer?s Society. This will help develop a dementia friendly community, and promote positive relationships and support networks across the community.

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2017 Gosforth Sports Association

Gosforth Sports Association purchase of grass cutter

£10,000 Sport England
22 May 2017 Overfields Primary School

The school will develop an outdoor physical play area with a trim trail and climbing frame for children and families to access and enjoy. This will provide new physical activities to help children develop and improve their physical health.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
22 May 2017 South Tyneside Indoor Bowls & Social Club Ltd

The project will refurbish the club toilets to improve health and safety and enable older members to continue to enjoy the benefits of bowling.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 May 2017 Gillas Lane Primary Academy

The school will develop the outdoor play area for their nursery and reception children, to provide investigative, role play, mark making, and physical play areas. This will encourage young children to become more active.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
22 May 2017 Side by Side Tyne and Wear

This is a project based in Gateshead serving people in Newcastle. The project will organise monthly nutrition workshops for refugees, migrants, asylum seekers and their families in the east and west end of Newcastle. Sessions will focus on nutrition, healthy diets, gardening, and cooking skills, and provide signposting to health services to encourage people to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,675 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2017 Family Gateway

The project will carry out a feasibility study and community consultation to develop their newly acquired community centre into a Family and Community Enterprise Hub. Community engagement sessions and focus groups will help identify the needs and issues of vulnerable families and residents, with a view to upgrading the building and providing services and activities to address them.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2017 The Ideas Mine Community Interest Company

This is a project by a community interest company in Newcastle upon Tyne, serving beneficiaries UK wide based in Aylesbury Vale and Swale. The organisation will support prisoners to establish a cooperative trading in horticulture, garden products and cleaning services, which will be co-owned by prisoners, prison officers and eventually the wider community.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2017 The Bridge Centre for Visual Arts

The project will purchase new IT equipment to improve facilities at their community arts centre. This will enable the group to deliver arts and creative activities to improve the wellbeing of people from vulnerable community groups.

£6,882 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2017 Make to Make CIC

The project will provide a range of creative workshops for the community to engage and support local people and reduce social isolation.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2017 Centre West (Newcastle)

The project will deliver tennis training sessions for children at 12 local schools, including dodge-tennis, foot-tennis, and grand slam events. The project will provide volunteering opportunities for young people who will be able to complete accredited training to help deliver the activities. Sessions will be delivered in community venues and aim to bring the community together through inclusive physical activity and healthy eating education.

£8,845 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2017 Active Northumberland

Active Communities

£79,928 Sport England
17 May 2017 Greshauna Hannabiell Sanders

Harambee Pasadia Afro Fusion Music and Dance Festival 2017

£14,895 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 Middlesbrough Mela Association

Middlesbrough Mela 2017

£13,200 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 Rebekah Bowsher

PRO FORMA: Spoon Theory

£5,795 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 Changing Relations

Honour/Shame

£14,983 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 Parkside Childcare

The project will improve the nursery's facilities with a multisensory area including sensory bubble columns and walls, fibre optics, glow in the dark kit, music, floor and wall padding. This will provide therapeutic, stimulating and fun activities to help young children who have additional needs and are from disadvantaged backgrounds.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2017 Byker Community Association

The project will run summer holiday activities for children under 12 years old to help them improve their knowledge, skills and opportunities. Activities will include a breakfast club, arts classes, gardening and drama, as well as healthy cooking sessions for families to encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2017 Broomhaugh & Riding Parish Council

The project will develop their play park and install new play equipment and safety surfacing for older children and children with disabilities. The project will create new pathways to make it accessible for people with mobility issues, so more community groups and residents can enjoy the facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2017 Citizens House

Citizens House

£650,791 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 The Rydal Academy

The school will create an innovative outdoor play area for nursery children and provide stimulating activities during out of school hours. This will help young children to develop and will help the school to support families with wrap around childcare.

£9,241 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 Frank Bushell House Residents Association

The project will deliver a programme of leisure activities for residents, including crafts, outings, rookie golf and boccia, a community festival tournament and matches with other housing schemes. This will provide cultural and social activities and events to help reduce the isolation of older people, develop their skills and improve their confidence and wellbeing.

£9,699 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 Yarm Fellowship Committee

The project will replace the old lighting and electrical distribution boards at their hall. This will improve health and safety, enable more activities to take place, attract more users, and ensure the future sustainability of the hall for the benefit of the community.

£4,989 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 Recovering Justice

This is a project based in County Durham serving people in Tyneside and Teesside. The project will develop their website to host information on training activities and opportunities, and up to date research on recovery, research and good practice. The project will deliver new engagement training events, help connect and strengthen recovery communities, and empower people in recovery to advocate their own recovery, and help to remove negative stigma associated with addiction.

£8,753 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2017 Gateshead Older People's Assembly

The project will carry out an independent external evaluation of their activities and services, and create a promotional film to demonstrate the impact of their work. This will provide an impartial analysis of the social and cost benefits of the group?s services, enable them to tender for larger contracts, and increase their capacity to provide more projects and activities for older people.

£9,690 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2017 Integrating Children and Young People

The project will pilot evening and weekend recreational activities for local young adults with disabilities. The group will carry out research into creating networks and partnerships with similar organisations, and developing a parallel charity to help meet the needs of young adults with disabilities and their families.

£9,755 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2017 My Sister's Place

The project aims to provide women effected by domestic abuse/ violence with the tools they need to achieve sustainable outcomes, including living free from abuse and being able to conduct their lives in the way they want to. This will be delivered through various forms of counselling and perpetrator intervention.

£495,025 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2017 Beverley School

The school will install outdoor gym equipment and provide stimulating exercise activities for children, families and carers to access and enjoy. This will help children to develop and improve their emotional, mental and physical health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2017 Suzie Devey

Face Value

£15,000 Arts Council England
11 May 2017 BloomInArt Northeast CIC

Wintertide Development and Outreach Projects

£15,000 Arts Council England
11 May 2017 Sophie Ingleby

Seed

£12,060 Arts Council England
11 May 2017 Wilsons Tales

Publication and presentation of -Volume 4

£3,250 Arts Council England
11 May 2017 Darlington Borough Council

Accessible distinctive and excellent IncludFEST Tess Valley IncludFEST Durham and Festival of Ingenuity

£15,000 Arts Council England
11 May 2017 The Friends of Summerhill Limited

The project will restore the boundary walls at their club. This will improve safety, and enable children, families and residents to continue to enjoy the facilities and activities of the community venue.

£5,730 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2017 Jack Drum Arts

Wear Making Music

£150,000 Arts Council England
10 May 2017 Roman Road Primary School

The school will install outdoor play equipment including a physical trail, all-weather surfacing, storytelling circle area, fine motor skills area, sand box and outdoor music equipment. This will improve outdoor facilities, provide imaginative and challenging activities for young children, and engage parents with their children?s learning.

£9,965 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2017 Stanley Woodcraft Folk

The project will celebrate their 30th anniversary and provide activities throughout the year for their members, including camping activities at Northern Camp 2017, a Christmas pantomime and adventure weekend residential. This will enable the group to continue to run weekly activities for disadvantaged young people from the community.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
9 May 2017 Easington Colliery Primary School

The school will install a wooden trim trail and safety surfacing. This will provide challenging activities to encourage children to become more physically active and to aid their development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Liberdade

Liberdade

£49,983 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Carers Cultural Adventures

This is a project by an organisation in Newcastle serving people in Gateshead. The project will provide a range of activities for their members, including gardening, cultural and creative sessions, visits to community venues and learning activities that bring different generations together. This will provide respite, peer support, recreational and social activities for carers and former carers to help them to become active in their communities and to reduce isolation.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Liberdade

The group will expand its work giving people with learning disabilities the opportunity to take part in theatre performances and get more involved in their local community. The funding will be used to help refurbish the group's community space and run workshops and performances to enable people with learning disabilities to be more visible and shape people?s attitudes towards them.

£49,983 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Cleaswell Hill School

The school will deliver an employability programme for young people with special needs and learning disabilities. This will include workshops in business enterprise skills and setting up a website, visits to workplaces and work experience days. The project will help young people develop team working, employment and practical skills to enhance their employment opportunities.

£9,825 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Bedlingtonshire Community High School

The school will purchase camping and expedition equipment and provide Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme and Combined Cadet Force training for their students. This will help young people improve their life skills and confidence. The Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme will also be made available to young people in the wider community to improve aspirations and employment opportunities.

£9,113 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 The Charlton Chickadees

The project will offer their residents weekly taster sessions and intergenerational activities involving local school children. Sessions will include gardening, music, photography, educational trips and arts and crafts and an exhibition of their work at a local centre. The project will help reduce the social isolation of older people with dementia, develop their skills and improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 May 2017 Jumpin' Hot Club

The project will create performance opportunities for a local choir whose members are primarily African migrants. They will provide mentoring and learning support and workshops for the choir, build links with youth groups and schools trusts, and deliver school workshops to diverse communities.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2017 Charlotte Butler

Better Than Therapy?

£2,871 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Beacon Hill Arts Community Interest Company

BHA Berwick

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Henna Asikainen

forage project for Platforma festival

£14,945 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Becci Sharrock

Letters to Myself - The Word Residency

£8,000 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Henry Dancer Days

Creative and Healing Arts: research and development

£3,224 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Tomorrows Leaders (North East) CIC

The project will extend their activities and deliver ?Creative Industry Production? workshops for disadvantaged young people. Activities will include radio broadcasting, fashion, graphic art, dance and music sessions and will help young people develop personal, creative and ICT skills to improve their education and employment opportunities.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2017 Selma Dimitrijevic

Canada - Shaw Festival

£4,793 Arts Council England
4 May 2017 Helen Collard

Bio-Creation

£2,629 Arts Council England
4 May 2017 Grainne Sweeney

Grainne Sweeney

£4,786 Arts Council England
4 May 2017 Bright Red

The project will develop a mindfulness meditation app for people who are going through treatment for blood cancer. This will provide people at risk of isolation, with short information sessions and guided meditations to help reduce their anxiety and improve their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2017 The Dales School

The school will develop a sensory garden in their grounds to aid the development of children with special educational needs, and engage parents with their children?s learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2017 Hawksbury House Residents Social Fund

The project will deliver a programme of activities and workshops for residents, in gardening, textiles, spoken and written word, music and movement, dance and reminiscence. The group will develop networks with other organisations and provide visits to local community venues for residents to help reduce their social isolation and enable them to become active in their communities.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund