Lottery grants awarded to North East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
27 Oct 2016 Workers Education Association (North East)

Educational campaigning within the WEA and affiliated organisations in the North East 1918 - 1928

£70,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 The Basement Project

The project will extend activities to deliver after school youth training courses for hard to reach young people. This will enable the young people to gain qualifications in areas such as volunteering and mentoring and provide a diversion from anti-social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Grace House North East

This project will improve the health and resilience of families caring for children with complex disabilities in Sunderland, Gateshead and South Tyneside. It will provide practical and emotional support to families who may be isolated, struggling to juggle caring, work and family time, or missing out on time to themselves or with siblings. Services include counselling, alternative therapies, peer support and social groups, training, drop in support, and practical help to make accessing respite care easier.

£186,666 Big Lottery Fund
25 Oct 2016 Point 3

The project is a pilot scheme to train long term unemployed people as apparel and textile machinists. This will improve their future opportunities for employment.

£9,849 Big Lottery Fund
25 Oct 2016 SkillShare North East Limited

The project will provide health and safety training for two members of staff including Paediatric First Aid, Personal Safety and Manual Handling. The organisation will then be able to deliver these accredited courses to third sector organisations for free, or at a low cost.

£9,872 Big Lottery Fund
25 Oct 2016 Winlaton Vulcans Rugby Football Club Ltd

Refurbishment of Clubhouse

£71,186 Sport England
24 Oct 2016 North East Dance Community Interest Company

The project will deliver fitness and dance classes, and workshops on body image, self-esteem, stress management and motivation for women suffering from abuse. This will empower vulnerable women to effect positive change in their leisure, work and social environments.

£9,234 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2016 Feel Good Factory North East C.I.C.

The funding will be used to run a pilot and deliver focus groups with people who have reduced quality of life due to poor emotional health, including adults with additional support needs, long term unemployed, carers and recovering addicts. From this the organisation will create a four week relaxation/mindfulness and personal wellbeing programme to improve beneficiaries? emotional and physical wellbeing.

£9,776 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2016 Morpeth Group Riding for the Disabled

Surface improvement

£7,000 Sport England
23 Oct 2016 Teesside Woodturners Association

The project will create a new community space which the group can use to run their woodturning activities. Voluntary and community groups will also be able to use the facilities for social, education and recreational activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2016 Africawad Recycling Community Interest Company

The project will train African women refugees who volunteer at their recycling depot in Newcastle upon Tyne in packing, labelling and dispatching clothes. This will help the women develop confidence and experience, and will also reduce isolation and depression amongst African women refugees.

£9,313 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Horndale Residents Association

The project will provide events and educational visits to engage community members in positive activities, reduce social isolation and act as a diversion from crime and anti social behaviour.

£7,960 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Swalwell Community Group

The project will organise a community fayre in Swalwell Park, with games, entertainment and an art competition for two local schools. This will create a sense of pride amongst local residents and engender community spirit.

£7,919 Big Lottery Fund
20 Oct 2016 Morpeth Northumbrian Gathering Committee

This project is celebrating 50 years of the festival with an intergenerational, three-day event of traditional Northumbrian activities.

£6,600 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2016 Woodhorn Charitable Trust

Creative People and Places peer learning programme

£349,550 Arts Council England
19 Oct 2016 Haltwhistle Film Project

Pi - Tastier and More for Everyone

£11,000 Arts Council England
19 Oct 2016 BloomInArt Northeast CIC

Wintertide

£11,669 Arts Council England
19 Oct 2016 Mslexia Publications Ltd

uiiub

£14,930 Arts Council England
19 Oct 2016 Wheatley Hill Community Association

The project will deliver four community events based on the seasons, providing activities such as pancake races, fetes, outdoor games, jam making and Christmas learning. There will be a specific focus on bringing younger and older people together to learn about their hobbies and activities.

£9,570 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 RTYDS Ltd

RTYDS Bridge Year

£185,000 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2016 Hendon Young People's Project

The project will build on their current work with young people by expanding their health and wellbeing activities to include workshops on substance abuse, smoking, alcohol and obesity. This will give young people opportunities to socialise, exercise and get advice about healthy eating and personal hygiene.

£9,552 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Dryden School

The school will deliver gardening and horticulture activities for pupils and older people, providing opportunities for people to work together, build new friendships, reduce social isolation and improve their confidence and self-esteem.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Fightback (Society for Disabled Refugees and Asylum Seekers)

The project will continue and develop a holistic service for refugees and asylum seekers with physical or mental health issues who experience disadvantage due to disability, language, immigration status or ethnicity. The project helps them develop confidence, knowledge, skills and independence and integrate into the community, working with agencies and local residents. Support includes befriending, advocacy, health information, telephone advice, English skills and practical help to access services.

£125,770 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2016 Hendon Young People's Project

The project will build on their current work with young people by expanding their health and wellbeing activities to include workshops on substance abuse, smoking, alcohol and obesity. This will give young people opportunities to socialise, exercise and get advice about healthy eating and personal hygiene.

£6,690 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Pottery Bank Community Centre Ltd

The project will make improvements to their kitchen area so they can offer smoothie and soup making sessions for local disadvantaged families to enable them to make nutritious healthy food on a budget and improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,966 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Children and Young People's Network (NE) CIC

The project will work with young people to develop, organise and deliver a youth music festival.

£9,948 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2016 Tees Valley Community Asset Preservation Trust

The project will use the funding towards converting a building so it can be used for community activities such as dance, art, yoga, Cubs and Brownies. This will improve access to the community centre for local community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Redcar and Cleveland Voluntary Development Agency

The project will bring the community together for a series of intergenerational events to celebrate the 100th birthday of Dormanstown village. Events will focus on the history of the area, and will include a gala with traditional activities, a flower festival, a Guy Fawkes event and a Christmas pageant. The project will also develop a guide to Dormanstown, highlighting historical, leisure and environmental features.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Parker Trust

The project will deliver healthy eating sessions and upcycling activities to disadvantaged young people. This will engage the young people in positive activities, raise aspirations and improve their health.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Marske-by-the-Sea Cricket Club

Changing Pavilion

£74,000 Sport England
13 Oct 2016 Ditte Goard

The North Sea Project

£8,665 Arts Council England
13 Oct 2016 Marjolaine Ryley

A Gardeners Daughter

£12,200 Arts Council England
13 Oct 2016 Kielder Water and Forest Park Development Trust

Kielder Art and Architecture - Explore and Create

£49,300 Arts Council England
13 Oct 2016 Durham County Council Arts Programmes Team

Ps - the same but different

£48,870 Arts Council England
13 Oct 2016 StopGap Supported Housing

The project will employ a sessional support worker to recruit new volunteers to work with people affected by homelessness and help dispel negative views of homeless people. Volunteers will offer support, delver activities and help people to develop skills and confidence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Oct 2016 Coundon and Leeholme Community Association

The project will refurbish the ladies and children's toilet facilities in the community hall to improve facilities for local groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2016 Curious Monkey Ltd

Leaving by Paddy Campbell

£43,635 Arts Council England
12 Oct 2016 Durham University

Beginner Sailing at Durham University

£10,000 Sport England
12 Oct 2016 Acorns (North Tyneside)

The project supports children and young people, who have witnessed and/or experienced domestic and sexual violence and abuse and as a result have suffered with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties related to those experiences. The project has been developed to increase capacity and introduce more support around the initial safety of the child, as well as working with women and families offering parenting skills training.

£497,615 Big Lottery Fund
11 Oct 2016 Sunnybrow Primary School

The school will refurbish a room to provide a high quality additional learning space for children where they will be able to access positive extra curricular activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Oct 2016 Chandlers Ridge Academy

The school will create an outdoor exercise track for pupils and the wider community. This will encourage people to become more active, boost fitness and reduce obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Polam Hall Educational Trust

The project will use the funding to install an all weather play area, with undercover seating and play equipment, providing a safe environment for imaginative, physical activities during play times and extra curricular clubs. This will encourage younger children to be more active and will help improve their behaviour, and aid their development.

£9,847 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Show Racism the Red Card

The project will deliver anti racism workshops for young people with special educational needs at Newcastle Bridges school to challenge and prevent racist ideas, attitudes and incidents and promote equality and understanding of different cultures. Teachers will receive training to ensure the sustainability of the project.

£9,754 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Bensham & Saltwell Alive

The project will deliver a youth outreach programme that will support young people who are at risk of the effects of unemployment and antisocial behaviour. This will raise there aspirations and encourage young people to engage positively with the community.

£9,380 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Focus On Vision

The project will use the funding to provide a range of social and learning activities for isolated people who are living with sight loss. This will enable them to engage more within the community and improve their mental health and wellbeing.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Victimcare CIC

This project is based in Middlesbrough serving people across the UK. The project will continue to deliver services for victims of crime, offenders and their families to help rehabilitate offenders and remove secondary victimisation for victims. This includes advocacy, therapeutic and social activities, one to one support, group discussions in prison, home visits and mutual support.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Pierremont Crescent Community Group

The project will close their street to in order to hold a Big Lunch event for the one hundred residents. This will bring the community together, reduce social isolation and foster build positive relationships.

£300 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Riverside Consulting Community Interest Company

The project will deliver training to people aged 19+ who have Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to help them achieve a One Awards Entry Level 3 qualification in Employability Skills. The organisation will work with local employers so that people with ASD can showcase their skills and have an opportunity to secure an apprenticeship, job or training place.

£9,780 Big Lottery Fund
6 Oct 2016 St Mary's RC Voluntary Aided Primary School

This project will use the funding to install an outdoor fitness gym with their grounds for the benefit of pupils and the wider community. This will engage children in physical exercise with the aim of reducing obesity and improving their overall health and well-being.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Oct 2016 Prudhoe Town FC

The project is for a heat pump system, kitchen equipment and security system to improve the facilities of a new community centre. This will provide a safe environment to be used and enjoyed by a wide range of groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Oct 2016 the4C's - Climate Change Community Champions

The project is delivered by a charity in partnership with two other organisations. The therapeutic gardening project will help vulnerable homeless people living in a hostel who have issues such as drug and alcohol dependency and are reliant on state benefits. The project will teach gardening skills and help people to improve their self-esteem and self-confidence, and create a sense of belonging. The project hopes to tackle racism and injustice and integrate people back into the community.

£8,927 Big Lottery Fund
4 Oct 2016 Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

The project will set up a role model training programme for black and minority ethnic (BME) and lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) communities. It will engage local people as volunteer role models who will act as LGBT and BME champions, help address issues and needs, provide a peer support network, and promote social inclusion and equality.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
4 Oct 2016 D J Evans Youth Club

The project will provide health and wellbeing sessions to educate young people about the dangers of alcohol and substance misuse so they can make better informed decisions.

£9,462 Big Lottery Fund
3 Oct 2016 Streetwise Young People's Project

The aim of this new project is to support young people aged 16 to 25 from across Tyne and Wear through advice and advocacy on benefits, debt and money management, employment and employability, consumer and contract deals, housing and lease agreements and legal or court issues. Support will be given through drop-in sessions, outreach community sessions with further information posted on social media.

£281,956 Big Lottery Fund
3 Oct 2016 Voluntary Organisations' Network North East

Voluntary Organisations' Network North East

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Oct 2016 Handale Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a physical activities and healthy lifestyle programme for their pupils during out of school hours.This will help encourage children and families to become more physically active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 Hullabaloo Research CIC

The project will use the funding to test the feasibility of creating a peer-to-peer learning resource for people affected by long term chronic illnesses such as MS, diabetes and dementia. The project will create an online bank of information, that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people and carers affected by chronic illness, to help them self-manage their condition.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Red Hall Primary School

The school will use the funding to purchase dance and exercise software and computer system to offer dance, exercise and games after school activities for pupils, their friends and families. This will help reduce levels of obesity within the local community.

£8,405 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2016 Cheesy Waffles Project

The organisation will use the funding to support young adults with special educational needs to deliver activities and events for their local community. Participants will be involved in the planning, organising and delivery of the events. This will help them develop communication, budgeting, research and team working skills, and will help to dispel negative perceptions and enable them to become active members of the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Gillie Kleiman

Recreation research and development

£14,998 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Chloe Stott

The Rooms 2016

£14,995 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Tyneside Women's Health

Wor Women on the Home Front - exploring leisure activities of women during WW1

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Stannington History Group

Stannington Parish Centenary Festival of Remembrance

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Kielder Observatory and Astronomy Society

The Kielder Imaging and Education Observatory

£89,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

Our Industrial Heartland

£69,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Hands on Middlesbrough

Cannon Street Living History Project

£8,750 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 St Dominic's Priory Church, Newcastle upon Tyne

Exploring the potential of developing our heritage and sharing this with others

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 South Tyneside Council

The Word

£99,952 Arts Council England
29 Sep 2016 Cornerstone Supported Housing & Counselling Ltd

The project will provide disadvantaged young people with a designated supervised learning environment to improve their chances in life. This will include a youth group providing evening computer, arts and activities, and establishing a new youth community council.

£8,900 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 The Other Perspective CIC

The group will use the funding to deliver governance and financial training for community leaders who support the needs of refugees and migrants. This will build capacity from community engagement and support difficult to reach beneficiaries.

£9,696 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Alnwick Town AFC

The organisation will use the funding towards refurbishing their youth club/junior clubhouse. This will provide new facilities and diversionary, social and recreational activities for young people at risk of antisocial behaviour.

£6,600 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Children North East

The organisation will use the funding to deliver activities during school holidays for disadvantaged children and young people. This will empower young people to volunteer and create a Young Action Group to help sustain future activities. The project will help improve the skills and opportunities of young people, encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices and work towards an accredited award in ?Steps to health?.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Food4Thought (North East) Community Interest Company

The project will use the funding to pilot a ten week long interactive health education workshop for people with learning difficulties. The pilot will help people achieve their health goals by providing carer support, interactive nutrition sessions, weight management and holistic and physical activities.

£9,855 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Living History (North East) Limited

The organisation will use the funding to support the development and delivery of an intergenerational community outreach choir. This will engage volunteer members to write and develop new songs, become community champions and deliver performances, to help promote understanding and respect between different generations, reduce social isolation and improve wellbeing through music and singing activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Tees Music Alliance Limited

The group will use the funding to deliver a digital outreach programme to support people who are experiencing social disadvantage and unemployment. This will equip participants with improved literacy and numeracy skills, and create pathways to employment.

£9,919 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 CNE

The organisation will use the funding to deliver activities during school holidays for disadvantaged children and young people. This will empower young people to volunteer and create a Young Action Group to help sustain future activities. The project will help improve the skills and opportunities of young people, encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices and work towards an accredited award in ?Steps to health?.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 Hendon Young Peoples' Project

Get Fit @ HYPP

£10,000 Sport England
27 Sep 2016 Gymmad

GymMad Gymnastics Academy

£9,437 Sport England
27 Sep 2016 Golden Flatts Primary School

The school will use the funding to run extra curricular health education and activity sessions for children, adults and families. This will help encourage beneficiaries to make healthy lifestyle choices and become more physically active.

£9,360 Big Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 New Delaval and Newsham Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to improve the storage facilities, provide up to date cleaning equipment and run two local family focused events. This will provide the resources, equipment and facilities to sustain the work of the organisation in providing community activities and events within the local community.

£7,037 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2016 St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will refurbish a room with a new kitchen and computers so they can provide parent and adult training sessions and family learning activities, such as cooking, ICT, maths and English. This will engage parents with their children?s learning and improve training and employment opportunities.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2016 Kingsley Place Community garden

The organisation will use the funding to develop their community garden, installing raised beds, benches, a pergola arch and a large BBQ. This will enable the group to set up a monthly gardening/community day, provide gardening, social and cooking activities for community groups and provide shared activities to reduce isolation and improve community cohesion.

£1,220 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2016 Ajial Al-Ghad

The organisation will use the funding to provide weekly structured meetings for local Arab speaking communities to enable them to learn about British culture and help them access services. This will include after school/weekend homework clubs for children and young people to develop their English skills and learn about their own culture. They will also provide cultural celebration events and a family day out to bring the community together and help aid the integration of individuals and families.

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2016 Winlaton Vulcans Rugby Football Club Limited

The organisation will use the funding to install roof insulation in their clubhouse and upgrade the ceiling and lighting. This will provide an improved community facility for local residents and members.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2016 All Saints Academy

The academy will use the funding to purchase the Zumos wellbeing online system for the benefit of their students to help improve their coping strategies, confidence, emotional and mental wellbeing. This will enable the school to carry out CAMHS evaluations, and provide peer mentoring and staff support for vulnerable pupils who can access anonymous support and online services and information on issues they are dealing with.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Lesbury Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding towards refurbishing the hall's toilet facilities to include disabled access and nappy changing facilities. This will enable more residents and community groups to access and enjoy the venue's events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Valley Road Community Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a weekly programme of after school activities for their pupils to develop their skills and confidence. This will include leadership training and unusual outdoor activities such as archery, orienteering, fencing and walking football, to encourage the children to become more active and raise their aspirations.

£9,657 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Michaela Wetherell

Tell her Story

£5,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Arcus Studios Ltd

Star Maker

£11,440 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Rowan McCabe

Door-to-Door Poetry

£7,150 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 sean burn

joey s/he

£6,500 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Kate Liston

Research and Development - Link Zone

£8,700 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Ampersand Inventions

Off The Map

£5,439 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2016 Seconds Out Boxing Academy

Box On Project Seconds Out Fitness Academy

£10,100 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Heel and Toe Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a trampoline and roller stand, and deliver rebound therapy sessions for children and young people with physical and/or neurological disabilities. This will provide new therapeutic interventions to increase the movement development, engagement and self confidence of their service users.

£9,977 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of family activities during the school holidays. This will encourage vulnerable and disadvantaged families to become more active, make healthy lifestyle choices, improve their confidence, social skills and mental and physical wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Barnard Grove Primary School

The school will install an outdoor growing area, wildlife area, and fitness equipment to provide children with stimulating and interesting outdoor play and nature based activities that will aid their development and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 South Tyneside Positive Activities & Targeted Youth Support

The group will use the funding to provide a youth club for children aged 9-11, with a focus on learning and healthy living. This will enable beneficiaries to learn skills that will benefit their social development, health and wellbeing.

£9,974 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 West Walker Primary School

The school will deliver a programme of physical and expedition activities, including water sports, cycling, camping, bush craft and orienteering for pupils aged 7-11 years old. This will help children develop skills and improve their opportunities and aspirations.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Seconds Out Boxing Academy

Box On Project Seconds Out Fitness Academy

£10,100 Sport England