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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Sep 2016 Flourish

The organisation will use the funding to hold monthly meetings and deliver a programme of activities and events for parents and children. This will provide a support network for parents and carers, many of whom are from deprived backgrounds, and will enable them to develop skills and improve their opportunities and wellbeing. This will also remove barriers for families to access activities and help reduce their isolation.

£5,955 Big Lottery Fund
19 Sep 2016 Coatham CE Primary School

The school will use the funding to run two weekly healthy lifestyle lunch and after school clubs. This will provide physical activity sessions and healthy eating and nutrition advice, to encourage children, parents and carers to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,360 Big Lottery Fund
19 Sep 2016 Whickham Fellside Youth Football Club

The organisation will use the funding to purchase new football and fitness equipment and deliver weekly fitness classes and activity sessions for children. This will provide diversionary and physical activities and nutritional advice for local children, to help encourage them to become more active and make healthy lifestyle choices. Volunteers will also benefit from coaching courses.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Sep 2016 Ferryhill Station Primary School

The school will run lunch and after school clubs to educate children about healthy eating and encourage physical activity.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Sep 2016 St Anne's Catholic Primary School

The school will use the funding to install two goal end MUGAs and a bench seating area and provide creative play and sports markings within the school grounds. This will improve the safety and outdoor play facilities, and provide activities for pupils and children in the wider community to improve their physical development and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2016 Owton Fens Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to provide a gardening maintenance service for older and disabled people that is staffed by young volunteers. This will help young people to develop their skills and improve their employment opportunities. Older and disabled people will benefit from improvements to their gardens and a befriending service that aims to reduce social isolation.

£7,500 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2016 Moorside Primary School

The school will use the funding to install an outdoor covered learning and play zone and provide new play equipment and creative, sensory and physical activities, to help aid the development of children and encourage them to become more active.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2016 North Terrace Allotment Association

The organisation will use the funding to replace the internal water pipe and communal taps of their allotment site. This will improve the facilities and enable the members including, families, older people and people with mobility issues, to continue to enjoy the health benefits of the gardening activities.

£870 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2016 South Tyneside College Academy Trust

The academy will install new outdoor fitness and activity equipment to improve facilities for children. They will offer sessions, events and healthy eating advice to encourage children through play to become more active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2016 Skimstone Performance Company Ltd

Elevate fund

£130,050 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2016 David Tweedy

DAVID TWEEDY

£14,566 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2016 John Askew

Three Sisters

£9,420 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2016 NTC Touring Theatre Company Ltd

New Stories for children and family audiences

£14,995 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2016 Empty Shop CIC

TESTT - The Empty Shop Think Tank

£15,000 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2016 Fighting All Cancers Together

The organisation will use the funding to launch a new rehabilitation programme for recently diagnosed or recovering cancer patients to help aid their recovery and enable them to move forward with their lives. This will provide beneficiaries with educational, fitness and wellbeing sessions, and a support network, and improve their confidence, motivation, coping mechanisms and access to services.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2016 Ashfield Nursery School

The nursery school will use the funding to install new play and learning facilities including a mud kitchen, water wheel, sand box and storytelling chair. This will provide creative and imaginative play activities for young children to aid their development, and provide family learning sessions to develop parental skills and engage them with their children?s learning.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2016 F.A.C.T

The organisation will use the funding to launch a new rehabilitation programme for recently diagnosed or recovering cancer patients to help aid their recovery and enable them to move forward with their lives. This will provide beneficiaries with educational, fitness and wellbeing sessions, and a support network, and improve their confidence, motivation, coping mechanisms and access to services.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 St John's Restoration and Development Trust

An Oasis of Peace in the City Centre: St John's Restoration and Conservation Project

£192,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 St George's Church Mickley

Roof replacement, rainwater disposal, toilet, freshwater supply and community facility

£84,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Cresswell Parish Council

Restore and open Cresswell's Pele Tower including community archive and archaeology projects

£770,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Core Drug and Alcohol Training and Consultancy Services Comm

The organisation will use the funding to set up a weekly service user led support group to provide support for people affected by substance misuse issues and their families. The group will provide volunteering opportunities for people in recovery, a drop in service, peer mentoring support, and activities to improve service users? confidence, aid their recovery back into society and enhance the family bond.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Redesdale Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment with all-weather surfacing and provide social and physical play activities for pupils and local children?s community groups, to aid their development and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Riverdale Primary School PTA

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of fun health, fitness and life skills sessions through breakfast and lunchtime clubs. This will encourage children to become more active and make healthy choices, and will help older children to transition to senior school.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 St John's Restoration and Development Trust

An Oasis of Peace in the City Centre: St John's Restoration and Conservation Project

£160,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 Gem Arts

Catalyst: Evolve

£140,000 Arts Council England
12 Sep 2016 Caedmon Primary School Group Development

The school will use the funding to purchase computer equipment to deliver an adult information technology programme and after school computer clubs for children. This will develop the skills of beneficiaries and improve their further education and employment opportunities, and enhance attainment levels.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
11 Sep 2016 United Voices

The organisation will use the funding to develop a local women?s choir for disadvantaged women from the diverse community who are at risk of social isolation, including asylum seekers and carers. This will provide a safe environment, a support network and social activities, to improve participants' wellbeing and help promote understanding of different cultures.

£4,705 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2016 Parish Church Room, Embleton

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the Parish church kitchen to deliver a community cafe. This will improve local community facilities, provide a meeting place for local residents, hospitality to visitors and offer volunteering opportunities for older people.

£7,200 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 Just Meditation CIC

The organisation will use the funding to train six people as trainers to deliver mindfulness and meditation sessions. This will provide volunteering opportunities, and improve the capacity of the organisation to deliver more workshops and sessions to improve the health and wellbeing of more people, including those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 1st Washington Guides

The organisation will use the funding to enable their guides to go on a weekend residential, which will involve crafts, cooking and community activities and basic life skills. This will enable the organisation to provide activities for young girls many from deprived backgrounds and lacking in confidence, to develop their skills, confidence and opportunities.

£1,543 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 Wingrove Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment and safety surfacing so they can run extracurricular fitness activities for pupils to help aid their development and encourage them to become more physically active.

£9,956 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 Dean Bank Primary and Nursery School

The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of fun, physical and interactive learning lunchtime activities for their pupils, including healthy eating sessions. This will encourage the children to become more active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£7,400 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 Volunteers in Action

The organisation will use the funding to continue to provide activities for people aged over 50, including chair exercises, healthy eating, community walks and personal development sessions. This will provide a support network, and learning and health based activities, to reduce participants' social isolation and improve their wellbeing.

£8,350 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 identity on tyne

Presence

£15,000 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Ek Zuban

Building Bridges

£15,000 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Bob Beagrie

Leasungspell : A Fool?s Tale - National Tour

£13,920 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 The Creative Seed CIC

Dare to Dream

£14,800 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Sneha Solanki

Research and Development: A to Z Unit

£14,840 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Dr Sarah Gilligan

The End of Fashion Conference

£7,000 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Silverdale School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment and provide outdoor physical activities and healthy eating advice for pupils with special educational needs and members of the wider community. This will encourage beneficiaries to become more active and improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 Randolph Community Centre Foundation Trust

The organisation will use the funding towards the development of a community internet caf?, and deliver workshops including youth work sessions, healthy eating cooking sessions, young parent and intergenerational workshops. This will help develop the centre as a community hub, and provide training, activities and services to local residents and community groups.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 Education for Opportunity

The funding will be used to refurbish a changing room and fit a new kitchen in the local community centre. This will enable men, young disabled adults and women from black and ethnic minority (BME) communities to access activities alongside each other.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Company of Others

Elevate fund

£100,000 Arts Council England
6 Sep 2016 Amberley Primary School

The school will use the funding to improve the outdoor facilities with new outdoor fitness equipment. This will provide physical activities to encourage children to be more active, and help improve their concentration and attainment levels.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Bright Futures NE

The organisation will use the funding to provide support groups for girls and young women aged 11-19 years old with informal activities including cooking, art, team building, sports and educational sessions to enable them to address issues affecting them. This will provide peer to peer support and coping strategies, make referrals to specialist support when required, to improve beneficiaries? confidence, emotional and mental wellbeing.

£9,891 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Friends of Cleves Cross

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of school holiday activities for children aged 5 to 11. This will involve healthy living education, games and fun physical activities to develop the social and life skills of children, encourage them to become more active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Hummersknott Allotments and Small Holdings Association Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to purchase the materials for two raised beds to improve the facilities of the allotment, and enable new and existing members and those with mobility issues to access the social and health benefits of gardening activities.

£2,475 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Esh Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the village play area. This will provide a safe environment and more modern play equipment and facilities for children, young people and families to access and enjoy.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 YAV

The organisation will use the funding to develop a Youth Volunteering Academy. This will provide training, tailored support, personal development plans, work and volunteering experience to improve young people?s confidence and skills, further education and employment prospects.

£9,706 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Hurworth Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to install a sound induction hearing loop in their village hall to improve the facilities for community groups, including older people, to enjoy events and activities.

£5,728 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 Amble First School

The school will use the funding to refurbish their old stock room to create an out of school ?drop in? facility for pupils, parents, children?s/young people's groups and outside agencies. This will provide professional and peer support, signposting to training and health and support services, to help improve the confidence, aspirations and wellbeing of families, many of which are from disadvantaged backgrounds.

£8,594 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Primary Academy

The academy will use the funding to purchase laptops and deliver an extracurricular IT programme for children and families. This will help develop the computer literacy and skills of beneficiaries, help improve children?s attainment levels and opportunities, and engage parents with their children?s learning.

£9,892 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 Crossroads

The organisation will use the funding to provide training, awareness sessions and workshops for people at risk of substance misuse, getting involved in gang culture and antisocial behaviour from the BME community including refugees. This will involve talks from prominent people in the community and professionals, and training to encourage young people to make healthy lifestyle choices, and become active members of the community.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 Middlesbrough College

Bike4Health

£10,000 Sport England
5 Sep 2016 Keelman's Way School

The school will use the funding to install a multi-sensory environment area to be used for music, drama, storytelling and performing activities. This will enable children and young people with special educational needs to develop new skills, improve their social skills, and aid their development and wellbeing.

£9,961 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 Thrive

The organisation will use the funding to form a team of local people from disadvantaged backgrounds to tell their story of poverty and consult with decision makers and city leaders and the wider community in order to identify issues and solutions to poverty. This will enable vulnerable people to have a voice in decision making and affect change. It will help tackle poverty and remove the stigma associated with it in the Stockton on Tees area.

£6,816 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2016 The Vine St Mary's Branch

The organisation will use funding to implement an ICT club for older members of the community to help reduce isolation and enable beneficiaries to access online information and services, such as shopping and healthcare advice.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2016 Amber Film & Photography Collective cic

Catalyst: Evolve

£110,000 Arts Council England
2 Sep 2016 Anthony Lo-Giudice

Savages

£27,442 Arts Council England
2 Sep 2016 The Letter Room

Marrying the Sea RandD

£19,569 Arts Council England
2 Sep 2016 Tamil Cultural Society

The organisation will use the funding to deliver Tamil and English translation services, and learning support for children aged five and over from the local primary school. They will also offer community events and health and wellbeing sessions for the South Asian community to help promote community cohesion and remove barriers for their integration into the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2016 Tamil Cultural Society (TCS)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver Tamil and English translation services, and learning support for children aged five and over from the local primary school. They will also offer community events and health and wellbeing sessions for the South Asian community to help promote community cohesion and remove barriers for their integration into the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2016 COESI

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of social activities focused on enabling people with visual impairments and disabilities to re-discover and access culture in and around their communities. This will involve beneficiaries in the design of activities, events and exhibitions to be accessible for people with visual impairments, to reduce their social isolation and enable them to be active in their communities.

£9,934 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2016 Tudhoe Colliery Primary School

The school will use the funding to engage children, parents and staff in the development of an eco garden. Children and parents will be involved in activities including horticulture, creating seasonal planters, flower and plant photographs and storytelling workshops. They will also develop a garden shop enterprise to improve the skills, opportunities and wellbeing of beneficiaries and encourage them to be more active.

£9,849 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2016 Northern Proud Voices

The organisation will use the funding to mark its fifth year and fund a programme of choir performances at community events throughout the North East. The events will culminate in the choir taking part in the Hand in Hand biennial national Festival of LGBT choirs in Manchester in June 2017. The group will run stalls to promote the benefits of the choir and its performances, and reach out and support new potential members from the LGBT community at risk of social isolation.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2016 CREST

The project will deliver four 10th anniversary events sharing cooking, crafts and traditions from different cultures and communities in the South Shields and Sunderland areas. This will bring together people from different age groups and backgrounds to celebrate the multicultural and diverse community.

£9,987 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 Pauline Heath

Never-NeverLand

£18,680 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 Graeme Robinson

Locomotive Rhythm

£13,500 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 Academy 360

The school will use the funding to create an outdoor classroom and deliver extracurricular activities and adult and family learning programmes. This will support the diverse needs of children with special educational needs to help improve attainment and opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 Minerva Northumberland Limited

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their office and pay accreditation fees to enable them to become an accredited Arts and Crafts Centre. This will enable their students with mental health issues and learning difficulties to access tailored accredited awards, to improve their skills, confidence and future education and employment opportunities.

£8,487 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 DDS

This project will support people with acquired hearing loss, empowering and motivating them to take back control of their lives and be as independent as possible. This enables them to feel less separated and improves their wellbeing, self-esteem and quality of life. The project will provide demonstrations of hearing aid compatible phones, personal listeners and other hearing aid compatible equipment.

£360,587 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 Park View Community Centre

The project will deliver an event to celebrate the achievements of people in the community such as volunteers. This will include family fun activities, and a marketplace where groups and clubs can promote their activities to the wider community.

£9,635 Big Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2016 Patchwork Project

This project will develop activities for young people supporting Benwell, Scotswood and Elswick. The project will improve beneficiaries? confidence and self-esteem, mental health and wellbeing, work skills and knowledge, be better informed about drug and alcohol use and the implications of risky behaviour, and support with benefits and financial issues, offer employment/training/CV work.

£382,300 Big Lottery Fund
30 Aug 2016 Positive Directions N.E. CIC

The organisation will use the funding to develop their website, engage with stakeholders, develop a business plan and evaluate the social value of their services. This will improve the infrastructure and sustainability of the organisation and enable them to develop a bespoke recovery and wellbeing programme and individual care packages to aid the recovery and wellbeing of vulnerable people, and improve their further education and employment opportunities.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
30 Aug 2016 Maximum Impact Christian Centre

The project will hold a variety of multicultural, intergenerational events to break down cultural barriers and provide the community with an opportunity to experience various cultures. The events will feature music, poetry, traditional meals and a fashion show.

£9,925 Big Lottery Fund
30 Aug 2016 The Cedarwood Trust

The project will bring the community together for a festival of events which will coincide with the opening of a new community centre. Activities on a healthy heart theme will celebrate all that is good in this deprived community.

£7,410 Big Lottery Fund
28 Aug 2016 The Friendly Development Charity

The organisation will use the funding to deliver personal development multi-sports sessions for boys and young men from two local schools in Gateshead and for the wider community. This will provide fun, physical activities to develop young people?s confidence, resilience, communication, leadership and life skills, with signposting to health providers to encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,939 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2016 Queens Hall Arts

Catalyst: Evolve

£150,000 Arts Council England
26 Aug 2016 Benfieldside Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor fitness equipment with all-weather surfacing to aid the physical development and behaviour of children through play and fitness activities.

£9,650 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2016 Extended Services in North Hartlepool

The organisation will use the funding to extend their after school children groups activities to a wider range of ages in locations throughout North Hartlepool. This will involve volunteering opportunities to help run the groups, and provide structured and positive diversionary activities for children and young people, to improve their opportunities and encourage them to make healthier lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2016 Wansbeck Centre for Voluntary Services

The organisation will use the funding towards purchasing a customer relationship management system. This will help improve the organisation's services to voluntary organisations and service users, enhance the information provided through their website, provide a searchable database of volunteering opportunities and directory of organisations, and enable members of the community to access tailored support services, training and activities to improve their circumstances and wellbeing.

£5,700 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2016 C.A.V.O.S

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a volunteering engagement and empowerment programme for people who are long term unemployed and people with mental health problems, low self-esteem or socially isolated. This will provide beneficiaries with training to improve their confidence and self-esteem, personal development and support to develop their skills and link them with volunteering organisations.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 Dance City

Catalyst: Evolve

£150,000 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2016 Vici Wreford-Sinnott

Butterfly

£21,260 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2016 Kerrin Tatman

Moving Parts: Newcastle Puppetry Festival

£14,980 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2016 Northern Childrens Book Festival

NCBF Gala Day 2016

£14,965 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2016 Redcar Drama Lab

Salamander Songs

£15,000 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2016 Tyne and Wear Anti-Fascist Association

The organisation will use the funding to hire a consultant to carry out organisational capacity development and project planning to improve the services of the group and ensure its future sustainability. They will also carry out a community development education and awareness programme in deprived neighbourhoods that they have identified are at risk of radicalisation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 West Northumberland Food Bank

The organisation will use the funding to continue to provide three weekly drop in sessions for people who are in financial crisis and are socially excluded due to mental illness, physical sickness or disability to help improve their circumstances and wellbeing. This will involve training volunteers in mental health awareness, welfare rights and communication skills, and providing welfare rights advocacy support, access to food parcels and signposting to service providers.

£9,747 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 Billingham Bowls Club

"John Whitehead Park, Synthetic Bowls Green"

£75,000 Sport England
25 Aug 2016 Young Mums Club

The organisation will use the funding to deliver fun creative, healthy eating, cooking and confidence building activities and trips for young mothers and their children. This will provide mothers with a support network, stress coping mechanisms, develop their parental skills, confidence and independence, and help support children and young parents to fulfil their potential and aspirations.

£8,400 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 TWAFA

The organisation will use the funding to hire a consultant to carry out organisational capacity development and project planning to improve the services of the group and ensure its future sustainability. They will also carry out a community development education and awareness programme in deprived neighbourhoods that they have identified are at risk of radicalisation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2016 Philadelphia Cricket and Community Club

Philadelphia Cricket and Community Club Challenge

£31,212 Sport England
23 Aug 2016 The Hope Foundation

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their community caf?, provide affordable healthy meals and cooking on a budget sessions for residents, improve the training opportunities for volunteers, and encourage more members of the diverse community, including those at risk of isolation, to access the organisation's support services.

£9,268 Big Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2016 Dare North East Community Interest Company

The organisation will use the funding to run fitness sessions for men in the deprived area, removing barriers to physical activities and improving their health and well-being.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2016 Haltwhistle Film Project

Up in the Air - Diaries of a WWI Balloonist

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2016 The Bowes Museum

Linking children to local heritage: Sharing The Bowes Museum's WW1 Roll of Honour with schools

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2016 Castletown Neighborhood Action Group

Sunderland's Forgotten stones

£93,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2016 Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne

Unlocking the Archives: Digitising, transcribing and interpreting local 18th century documents

£6,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2016 Journey to Justice

Hidden Histories - Stories of Sunderland to inspire our common future

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund