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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
28 Mar 2017 Emmaus North East

This is a project by a charity in Gateshead serving people in South Tyneside. The project will purchase IT equipment and develop an IT suite to provide training for homeless people and community groups in South Shields. Training will focus on internet access, film making, CV writing, job searches and information gathering. This will enable people to tell their stories through film, and develop confidence and transferable skills to help them towards employment.

£9,981 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Friends of Newport Settlement

The project will deliver family sessions during the school holidays, offering physical activities, arts and crafts, cookery demonstrations, reading, a healthy family lunch, and a celebratory local trip. This will provide support and activities for disadvantaged families and encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 CNE

The aim of the project is to reduce learning loss over the summer and provide opportunities for disadvantaged children to achieve the benefits that extra-curricular activities can bring. This includes health and nutrition, communication and team building skills. Activities will address food poverty and encourage the community to come together amongst primary and secondary school children who would otherwise struggle financially during this time.

£379,775 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Hylton Ukes

The project will purchase equipment and resources to develop their musical ukulele group so they can provide services to community groups, activities for older people in residential homes and lessons for local people who are socially isolated.

£1,376 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Errington Primary School

The funding will be used by a community school to run a programme of health education and exercise sessions to combat obesity levels within the school. The project aims to improve the health and physical wellbeing of children who are unhealthy and overweight and do not normally take part in sports.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Sans Street Youth and Community Centre

The project will hire a health engagement worker to plan, develop and coordinate a programme of healthy lifestyle activities and workshops for local disadvantaged women. This will help the women to improve their health and wellbeing and reduce loneliness and isolation.

£9,670 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 CIRCA Projects

Giles Bailey and CIRCA Projects: Stage 2

£41,200 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 fanSHEN

Disaster Party/ Lists/ Organisational development

£38,991 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Miss KJ Richardson

Pillars of Dawn

£30,000 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Schools Out Fun Club

The funding will be used to run holiday play schemes during the school holidays for local families, to include healthy cooking, sports and games activities, soft play, trampoline coaching and self-defence classes. The project aims to provide a range of activities to help improve people?s confidence, independence and social skills, help to reduce their social exclusion and broaden their experiences.

£4,605 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 African Community Organisation Living In North East of Engla

The project will train people to volunteer as hate crime community champions. The volunteers will then be able to plan and deliver community meetings and inform residents on the law regarding hate crime, how to report it and access support. This will help improve relationships with local authorities and the police and help reduce instances of hate crime.

£9,660 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2017 Marton Football Club

The funding will be used to run football coaching sessions and ball games for local asylum seeker and refugee children and their parents, culminating in a ?fun festival? tournament. The project aims to provide free, fun physical activities for people to improve their wellbeing and help aid their integration into the local community.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2017 Immanuel Christian Fellowship

The project will purchase children?s sensory/play equipment and breastfeeding facilities, and deliver regular parent and toddler play group sessions, learning away days, seaside visits, and school holiday activities for older children. They will provide support for local families to bring people together and improve their wellbeing.

£7,150 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Chester-le-Street Learning Alliance

Walking in history's footsteps

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Cap-a-Pie Engagements

Women and Leisure during the First World War

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Eden Place Charitable Incorporated Organisation

From the Horn of Africa to the heart of Cleveland

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Collingwood Primary School

Passchendaele: ‘«ˇFinding Our Local Fallen‘«÷

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Compact for Race Equality in South Tyneside

Forgotten, Folklore, Fairy Tales and Proverbs-Building Bridges through storytelling from local BAME's Heritage

£38,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Wear Rivers Trust

River Gaunless for People and Wildlife

£66,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Epiacum Heritage Ltd

Planning Our Partnerships

£48,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Durham Wildlife Trust

Ready for Growth

£8,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Billingham International Folklore Festival Ltd

Billingham World Explorers- celebrating 250th Anniversary of Captain Wallis discovering Tahiti and Captain Cook expeditions

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Greater Morpeth Development Trust

Bringing Morpeth's Hidden History to a young generation

£8,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 BSAC Tyneside 114

Gun Rocks Archaeological Dive Trail

£8,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Artful Codgers of Winton Court

Re Submission - Portraits of people through the popular folklore of The Blaydon Races

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Compact for Race Equality in South Tyneside

Forgotten, Folklore, Fairy Tales and Proverbs-Building Bridges through storytelling from local BAME's Heritage

£39,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 New Writing North

Songwriting in Tyne and Wear

£29,975 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Aidan Moesby

Disability and Digital

£14,395 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 South Tyneside Council

Summer Parade 2017

£15,000 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Northumberland County Council

Hirst Park Pitch Improvements

£14,066 Sport England
23 Mar 2017 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland Built Facilities Strategy

£10,000 Sport England
23 Mar 2017 Manilla Cycling

Manilla Cycling - Recruitment & Cyclist Development

£9,670 Sport England
23 Mar 2017 St James Church, Benwell

The project will run a programme of taster sessions for local people, particularly targeting older people and newly arrived ethnic minority communities. The sessions, including gentle exercise, gardening, cooking, crafts, local history, singing and dance aim to reduce isolation and help people to integrate into the community. The fun, social and recreational activities will provide people with peer support, advice and information and signposting to other activities, groups and events.

£3,990 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Lumley Junior School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor fitness equipment within their school grounds. This will allow the school to provide after school activity and conditioning clubs for children, to encourage them to become more active, and provide family learning sessions to encourage healthy lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2017 East Stanley School

The school will install climbing and balance beams with all weather surfacing in their grounds. This will provide a safe outdoor environment and activities for children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2017 Corbridge Church of England Aided FirstSchool

The school will build a multi-sensory play setting to improve their outdoor natural environment. This will provide a safe play space for local children to improve their health, social skills and fitness.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2017 Newcastle Cathedral Trust

Newcastle Cathedral: Common Ground in Sacred Space

£4,559,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2017 Enter C.I.C

The project will deliver a range of activities to engage young people in exploring local history and diversity in the local community. This will culminate in a community open day with entertainment and taster workshops from different groups and organisations. The project aims to help young people develop empathy, knowledge and understanding of different cultures.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2017 Ouseburn Community Centre

The project will carry out an engagement and involvement plan and options appraisal, and develop a trading and charging policy. This will improve the infrastructure and services of the organisation to ensure its sustainability as a community hub providing activities to meet the needs of local people.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 North East Autism Society

Little Sparks

£20,310 Arts Council England
20 Mar 2017 Durham Cathedral

2020 Fabric Endowment Campaign: Safeguarding Our Heritage for the Future

£1,098,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Beacon Hill Arts

The project will provide a volunteering programme for young people with learning difficulties who use their services, providing opportunities in public communication, admin/coordination and creative work. This will include mentor sessions and training from industry professionals to help the young people develop social skills and confidence, and improve their volunteering and employment opportunities.

£9,883 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 GWK Woodshed CIC

The project will deliver a volunteer programme to provide people with practical work experience in customer service, woodwork, joinery and furniture restoration. This will help people develop skills and confidence, and improve their further education and employment opportunities.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Monkseaton High School

The school will provide an after school programme of music technology and performing arts for students aged 13-16. This will help young people to develop and improve their creative skills in a positive environment and provide a diversion to anti-social behaviour.

£5,803 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Nettlesworth Primary School

The school will re-develop their playground to include adventure trails and a gazebo for story telling, singing and imaginative play. This will help to improve the confidence, social skills and development of pupils and children in the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Framwellgate Moor Youth & Community Association

The project will refurbish the community centre toilets to improve facilities for existing and new user groups, including disabled people, so they can access social, learning and health based activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 CHANCE

The project will run a twice weekly lunch club and social and recreational activities for local people to reduce social isolation, loneliness and the impact of poverty on the community.

£9,727 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Harewood Primary School

The school will run a programme of extracurricular healthy fun activities to combat issues linked to obesity and social integration within their school. This will improve the social, emotional and physical development of children.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
19 Mar 2017 Teesside Stroke Club

The funding will be used by a charity to purchase three exercise machines specifically designed for people who have suffered a stroke. The project aims to provide improved facilities to help aid the recovery of those who are less mobile and who use wheelchairs.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2017 Gallery Youth

The funding will be used to run art workshops for three local groups of isolated young people, engaging them in creating three pieces of public art to be displayed in community spaces. The project aims to provide positive activities for young people at risk of anti-social behaviour to take part in, promoting them in a positive light, breaking down barriers and challenging negative stereotyping of young people in the community.

£9,855 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 Consett Junior School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor activity equipment with safety surfacing within their school grounds. The school will run a ?Boot Camp? style after school club and fun play sessions to encourage children to become more active and improve their physical health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 Westgarth Primary School

The school will develop two new play areas in their grounds, an outdoor music and role play area, and a raised stage area for performing and presenting. This will provide a safe environment for fun and exciting play activities that will help children to develop and become more active.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 North Ormesby Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary academy school to run an after school health and fitness club, lunch time play activities and a lunch box club to promote healthy eating and nutrition. The project will also include a young leadership programme to involve children in the activities, promote active play and encourage them to make health lifestyle choices.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2017 PopUp Initiative CIC (The NewBridge Project)

Moving on Up Moving on Out

£70,265 Arts Council England
15 Mar 2017 Friends of Chandlers Ridge School

The project will develop an out of school Lego Education Centre and deliver after school clubs. They will provide practical sessions for disadvantaged families and children, including those who speak English as a second language and children with additional needs. This will help children to develop and improve their social and communication skills.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2017 First Base North East C.I.C.

The funding will be used for a project coordinator to run tailored training programmes for local refugees, including English language sessions, office applications and social media training, soft skills, applying for jobs and personal development skills. The project aims to provide people with one to one support to develop their confidence and skills, enable them to access support services, and to aid their integration and employment opportunities.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 Cruddas Park Early Years Centre

The funding will be used by a nursery school to create an outdoor exploration zone within their school grounds, to include a mud kitchen, creative role play area, music equipment and water wall and rope for investigative play. The project aims to improve outdoor play facilities and aid the communication and social skills and development of the children.

£9,935 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Shildon Alive!

The project will purchase a second polytunnel and gardening tools and equipment specifically for disabled people, older people and children. This will enable more community groups to access the benefits of their gardening and community activities and clubs and provide activities to bring different generations together.

£5,677 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Wilton Primary School

The school will provide extracurricular physical and exercise activities and healthy eating advice for pupils, including lunch and after school clubs. This will aid the development of children and improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,510 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 Tynedale Fencing

Set up new Fencing Club

£9,820 Sport England
10 Mar 2017 Ex Factor Health & Fitness Club

The project will continue to deliver health and fitness sessions for local older people as well as a new range of holistic activities. This will help people to improve their mobility, strength and health and wellbeing and enable them to become more active in their community.

£5,159 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 The Catholic Fellowship Newcastle

The project will continue to provide transport for adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities to access the club's weekly social and recreational activities. This will enable the club to expand and reach new members, which will reduce isolation and provide respite for carers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Newcastle United Foundation

The project will use Family Football to engage low-income and hard-to-reach families living in disadvantaged areas of the region in family learning, enabling them to become stronger, healthier and more resilient. This will be delivered after school and will last for two hours with an hour in the classroom and an hour of physical activity. The classroom element will cover topics such as teamwork, healthy eating, fitness and acceptable behaviour with the sporting part being put into practice.

£304,350 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 The Millin Charity

The aim of the project is to provide a safe, supported route for disadvantaged women to explore, understand and experience self-employment so that they are capable and confident to ?go it alone? and become economically independent. Six unique accredited enterprise based level one and two training courses will be introduced to help women develop their skills through workshops and mentoring support.

£212,498 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Gateshead People

The project will provide poetry writing workshops for their group and the Twisting Ducks Theatre Company group, who also have service users with learning difficulties. They will help people with learning difficulties to showcase their creative skills, address issues that they are facing, and express their views and feelings to peers and the wider community. This will be done through film, performances, online, and at spoken word and poetry community events and school workshops.

£9,883 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Circus Central

Five Ring Circus Performance Troupe 2017

£14,850 Arts Council England
8 Mar 2017 Tees Valley Combined Authority

GREAT PLACE SCHEME: Greater Tees

£1,332,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Visit County Durham

GREAT PLACE SCHEME: Northern Heartlands

£1,489,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Sunderland Culture

GREAT PLACE SCHEME: Sunderland Comes of Age

£1,249,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Spennymoor Boxing Academy

Box On Project - Round 2

£11,435 Sport England
8 Mar 2017 Newcastle Fencing and Sports Trust

Youth Target Shooting Club

£7,934 Sport England
8 Mar 2017 Benton Dene School

The school will deliver a programme of lunchtime physical activity sessions in dance, multi-sports and outdoor activities for their pupils. The sessions will culminate in a celebration event with other local special schools. The project will enable children to lead an activity and achieve a leadership award. This will help children to improve their confidence, communication, independence and social and physical development.

£9,702 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Kenton Park Sports Centre

The funding will be used by a charity to carry out a governance and capability review in order to examine their strengths and identify areas of improvement. The project aims to help improve the infrastructure of the organisation, enable them to access new income streams and improve their services in order to ensure the future sustainability of the community centre.

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 St Michael's Church Byker

St Michael's Church Byker, Lighthouse Project

£199,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 St Mary Magdalene Church, Belmont

Restoring and preserving the building by repointing and replacing damaged stonework

£82,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 St Andrews Church, Dalton Le Dale

To Preserve and conserve the Church Building of St Andrews

£101,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Durham County Council

Durham Woodland Revival

£491,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Tees Rivers Trust

Tees Operation Hogweed (TOPHOG)

£432,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 North Pennines AONB Partnership

Earthworks

£406,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Bamburgh Heritage Trust

Accessing Aidan

£399,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council

Kirkleatham Walled Garden Horticultural Restoration Project

£578,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Durham University

Belief in the North-East

£196,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Stillington and Whitton Parish Council

The funding will be used to develop a community plan to improve the lives of the residents of Stillington and Whitton. To develop the plan an action group of residents will collect information from community members and groups about their needs and specifically what community resources are needed within their village hall. The project aims to help the parish council to improve the community?s resources.

£3,985 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Stanley Indoor Bowls Centre Ltd

The project will refurbish the men?s toilets at their indoor bowls club. This will improve the health and safety standards, and enable existing and new members to enjoy the social and recreation benefits of bowls.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Sir Charles Parsons School

The school will install outdoor gym equipment to improve facilities for pupils with additional needs including severe learning difficulties and disabilities. They will provide fun activities to aid the physical development of children, and encourage students and their families to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Hutton Henry CofE Controlled Primary School

The school will purchase new computer facilities and deliver ICT sessions for adult learners. The sessions will help people to improve their skills and employment opportunities. They will also engage parents in their children?s learning to help raise attainment levels.

£5,828 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Glendale Amateur Boxing & Fitness Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£6,950 Sport England
6 Mar 2017 East Howdon Community Association

The project will deliver weekly cooking and food growing sessions for disadvantaged families in East Howdon and Percy Main. The sessions will help families learn how to grow their own produce, and prepare and cook healthy meals.

£8,692 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Ryhope Infant School Academy

The funding will be used by a school to run creative sessions where families will design and make a mosaic to be displayed in the school?s entrance, ending in an unveiling celebration. The project aims to develop the creative, team building and communication skills of hard-to-reach and isolated families, in order to help them access other community activities as well as improve their confidence and skills.

£9,640 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Coordination of French Speakers Resident in the North East

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newcastle with beneficiaries throughout Tyne and Wear. The project will run training events and seminars for refugees and migrants from French speaking countries. The training sessions will be facilitated by successful people of refugee backgrounds who will act as role models. They will help participants to develop their skills, confidence and aspirations, improve their opportunities and integration into British society.

£9,698 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2017 Stepping Up North East Limited

The funding will be used to run craft workshops across for women. The project aims to provide people with a support network and creative and social activities to take part in, allowing them to share their creations at craft fairs, and improve their confidence, skills and wellbeing.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2017 Vision 25 Community Interest Company

The funding will be used to run Saturday arts, drama, and health and living skills sessions for young adults with a range of disabilities and some with mental health issues, and their families. This will involve community based activities, and develop people?s independent living skills, promote their social inclusion and help aid their transition into adulthood.

£8,998 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2017 Nur Fitness CIC

Fighting Fit

£9,495 Sport England
3 Mar 2017 Kirk Merrington Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to develop the outdoor play area and resources of the school, including purchasing role play and sensory equipment, a climbing frame, and raised beds for an after school gardening club. The project aims to improve the outdoor facilities of the school, and provide creative activities to aid the children?s development and behaviour, encourage them to become more active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2017 Durham Frontrunners

The funding will be used to run a range of health-based taster activities for the local LGBT community in the North East, including walking, jogging, Zumba, aqua aerobics and yoga, culminating in a weekend ?Pride Games? event. The project aims to improve peoples? confidence and wellbeing as well as provide an informal support network with help, advice and information from sessional workers, LGBT community groups and service providers on issues affecting them.

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2017 Brandon Boxing Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£9,025 Sport England
2 Mar 2017 Middlesbrough Council

Paper Den Building

£1,300 Arts Council England
1 Mar 2017 Annfield Plain Infant School

This project will develop the outdoor play area of their school grounds, including installing two play towers with climbing nets and bridges, den building equipment and balls skill panel. This will provide physical, challenging and imaginative activities encouraging the pupils? and children in the wider community to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Cleveland College of Art and Design

Hartlepool Festival of Illustration 2

£42,000 Arts Council England
28 Feb 2017 CAMEO (Come and meet each other)

The project will continue to deliver mental health awareness workshops for service users and local students. They will provide counselling sessions for members of the community, promote understanding of mental health issues, and provide interventions and coping mechanisms to improve wellbeing.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund