Lottery grants awarded to County Durham, North East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Nov 2015 North East War Memorials Project

Always Remembered - North East Memorials of the Great War

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2015 St Mary's Church, Easington Village

Replacement of crumbling stonework in a pillar between 2 vaulted roof-supporting arches

£65,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2015 Durham Wildlife Trust

BrightWater Landscape Partnership

£2,860,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 North Pennines AONB Partnership

OREsome North Pennines: Researching and conserving the archaeology, ecology and geology of lead mining landscapes

£79,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2015 Daisy Arts

The Somme ? Remembrance and Expression

£13,000 Arts Council England
25 Sep 2015 M.E North East

The organisation will use the funding to renew its IT equipment, create a website and social media pages. This will improve their operational efficiency and open up new lines of communication.

£3,649 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Scarth Memorial Hall

Scarth Memorial Village Hall Association will refurbish and upgrade existing facilities to enable an expansion of services to reduce isolation, improve health behaviours, skills and employability. The hall is nearly 140 years old with difficult access and a poor kitchen.The upstairs room will become a computer hub and there are plans to hold a cinema club.

£498,705 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2015 Jack Drum Arts

Comunidad de Navidad

£10,000 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Kando Arts Foundation CIC

War Shadows

£4,500 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2015 Signature

The group will use the funding to improve communication access for deaf people providing bespoke training for the organisations? speech to text reporters and note takers. This will support the training needs of staff which will enable them to support those living with disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 Recovering Justice

The organisation will use the funding to creating business and development plans, a website and a launch event. This will enable them to facilitate a range of diversionary schemes and provide support for people with addiction problems.

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 Horden Youth and Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their outdoor play area and create a dance and music room. The improved facilities will enable children to access play activities to aid their development and provide gentle exercise and dance sessions for community groups including older people to help improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
11 Sep 2015 St Cuthberts Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will use the funding to construct a safe and secure garden area to provide a place for relaxation and reflection for children and parents in times of emotional distress.

£5,292 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Kelloe Primary School

The school will use the funding to run out of school hours activities for children with poor speech and social skills. This will encourage them to participate and engage more, reducing isolation and preventing anti social behaviour. It will also develop their communication and emotional skills.

£9,299 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2015 Colpitts Poetry

Mounting live poetry events in Durham

£4,500 Arts Council England
9 Sep 2015 Alison Carr

Dust of the Street s Shining

£20,280 Arts Council England
9 Sep 2015 Belmont Allotments Club

The organisation will use the funding to upgrade the allotment entrance and facilities to improve the health and safety and ensure its sustainability for future generations.

£2,960 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2015 Durham County Council

Seaham Harbour Activity Centre (SHAC)

£149,532 Sport England
4 Sep 2015 St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of physical and nature activities before and after school and during lunch time for children who do not engage in education, particularly those with SEN, social and emotional issues. This will support children to increase confidence, social skills and team work.

£9,300 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Hesleden Primary School

The school will use the funding to run weekly after-school activities using sensory and visual equipment to support the learning needs of children who have social and emotional issues, speech and language difficulties and special educational needs. This will improve academic achievements and reduce social isolation and anxiety.

£9,759 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Deaf Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to organise co-ordinated play sessions for children to develop language, communication and social skills with the aim to improve academic outcomes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Wingate Infant School

The school will use the funding to employ sessional staff to deliver a programme of physical and nature based activities to support and develop young children with speech and language difficulties.

£9,300 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2015 Vane Road Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to provide counselling services for children at the school. This will enable the organisation to engage with the children and assist them in overcoming their problems; thus enabling them to attain better educational outcomes.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Louise Dearden

Head2Head

£11,000 Arts Council England
2 Sep 2015 Friends of Old Durham Gardens

The organisation will use the funding to equip their volunteers with safety equipment and tools. This will enable the organisation to safely maintain the community amenity whilst increasing volunteering opportunities and visitor numbers.

£3,288 Big Lottery Fund
28 Aug 2015 Addictions North East

The organisation will use the funding to provide support and advice for people with addiction problems and their family members. This will improve the confidence and mental health and wellbeing of participants.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
28 Aug 2015 Wellfield Community School A SpecialistMaths and Computing C

The organisation will use funding to purchase books and shelving, for the use of pupils out of school hours. This will enable the school to deliver reading and literacy workshops for pupils, with the aim of improving behaviours and raising educational attainment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Aug 2015 Creative Communities (NE) CIC

The organisation will use the funding to purchase materials and hire a sessional tutor in order to run a series of creative workshops. This will enable the organisation to provide a series of activity based workshops to pass on crafting skills.

£6,375 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2015 Durham County Council Corporate Services

Thomas Kenny Victoria Cross WW1 Commemoration

£6,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2015 Feel Good Factory North East C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to run well-being courses for women. This will enable the beneficiaries to attend social learning sessions, build mutual support networks, reduce isolation and improve confidence and self esteem.

£8,384 Big Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2015 Dawdon Youth and Community Centre

This project aims to continue youth, play and emotional wellbeing support provision for disadvantaged children and young people age seven to 18 in the Dawdon area of Durham. It will deliver sesions involving play, sport, cookery, dance, drama, art, fundraising events and day trips. Sessions for older children will involve recreational activities, fundraising events, issue-based and intergenerational projects.

£185,415 Big Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2015 Durham Scouts Support Team

The organisation will use the funding to provide First Aid and medical cover to scout and other community events in the area. This will ensure the safety of local people at community events and activities.

£7,396 Big Lottery Fund
19 Aug 2015 Stephen Livingstone

The Boat at The Old Low Light

£13,500 Arts Council England
17 Aug 2015 Crook Community Leisure Ltd

Crook Community Leisure - Peases West

£74,280 Sport England
13 Aug 2015 Age UK County Durham

The aim of the project is to encourage and assist older people and their carers to claim their welfare benefits and entitlements, as well as to help them to find solutions to problems and connect to services which can maintain and improve their mental wellbeing, quality of life and enable them to retain their independence.

£499,997 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2015 Graham Dolphin

Graham Dolphin: 2016 - 1999

£14,400 Arts Council England
12 Aug 2015 Teesdale Education Trust

The organisation will use the funding to run training and mentoring sessions for young volunteers who will then assist in the delivery of lunchtime and after school activities. This will enable the organisation to offer extra-curricular activities for young people who are experiencing isolation due to living in a rural location and provide the young volunteers with training and personal development which will help bolster University applications and personal curriculum vitae.

£9,913 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2015 1st Middleton-in-Teesdale Scout Group

The funding will be used to run positive social activities for young people in a rurally isolated area, including camping, orienteering and games.

£7,550 Big Lottery Fund
6 Aug 2015 Blackhall Colliery Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to deliver lunch time and after school activities for a targeted group of children that have personal, social and emotional issues. Activities will include dance, football, cricket, team-building and rugby. This will enable the organisation to engage children in meaningful activities in order to increase social activity and improve psychological wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2015 Hutton Henry CofE Primary School

The funding will be used to provide extra curricular activities for children with special educational needs. This will improve numeracy and literacy skills.

£9,719 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2015 Peterlee Youth Centre

This funding will be used to open an internet cafe for people within the local community, in particular young people. This will provide a community hub and social venue where local people get together and access learning sessions to improve their ITC and basic skills.

£9,277 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jul 2015 Cornsay Parish Council

The applicant plans to demolish and rebuild the community centre. The centre will hold art and craft classes, a luncheon club, carpet bowls, history club and youth activities, access to computers, councillor and advice surgeries with police. New activities will include coffee mornings, fitness classes and taekwondo. There will be increase life skill sessions enabling people to participate in activities including money management courses and healthy eating.

£483,348 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Cornerstone Supported Housing & Counselling Ltd

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

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 North Pennines AONB Partnership

Peatland People

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Home On The Range Limited

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

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Durham County Badminton Association

Deaf Badminton Coaching Sessions

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

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

£8,100 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Ribbon Academy Trust

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

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 The Meadows School

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

£9,394 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jul 2015 Wolsingham School and Community College

Weardale Musical Outreach Project

£26,694 Arts Council England
6 Jul 2015 St William's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

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

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 20th Durham City Scout Group (Waterhouses)

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

£4,085 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Sherburn Hill Hub

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

£2,730 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2015 Thornley Village Centre Management Group

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

£8,917 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 Cestria Primary School

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

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

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

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 The Soil Association

WW1 Food for Life

£57,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 The Grove Primary School

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

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2015 Agnew Community Association

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

£8,900 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2015 Times In Times Out

The organisation will use the funding to offer social activities including bingo, speaker sessions and trips, for local older people. This will provide social opportunities for older people whose ill health and poor mobility means that they are usually unable to access community activities and events.

£1,395 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jun 2015 Durham County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£550,393 Sport England
17 Jun 2015 Durham Music Service

The Hall? in Darlington

£14,880 Arts Council England
17 Jun 2015 Derwentside Hospice Care Foundation

The organisation will use the funding to provide creative art based workshops for people with life limiting illnesses, families, carers and staff, produce an exhibition of the work created, culminating in a celebration event.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2015 North East Child Poverty Trust

The organisation will use the funding to carry out a feasibility study to develop an approach to help improve the transition of children and young people growing up in poverty into and through education, and towards employment. This will help develop innovative approaches and cross-boundary working with Local Authorities and voluntary organisations to provide support and interventions, to help improve the lives of vulnerable children, young people and their families.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2015 Leadgate Cricket Club

New Drainage for Leadgate Cricket Club Ground

£64,775 Sport England
10 Jun 2015 Barnard Castle Cricket Club

The sports club project

£75,000 Sport England
10 Jun 2015 Easington Colliery Parish Council

"New Community Sports Facilities, Easington Colliery"

£75,000 Sport England
9 Jun 2015 Lintz Cricket Club

Lintz Cricket Club Drainage Replacement

£7,007 Sport England
8 Jun 2015 St Francis Church of England Aided Junior School

The organisation will use the funding to offer after school counselling sessions to children with emotional or behavioural issues and provide a wi-fi router. This will enable the organisation to engage with the children, assist them in overcoming their problems and enabling them to attain better educational outcomes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2015 AIM Dance Group C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their newly acquired premises into a dedicated studio base. This will provide new facilities and enable the group to deliver more positive, creative activities using the medium of dance for the benefit of young people and residents to help improve their physical wellbeing, confidence and aspirations, and provide affordable facilities that community groups can access and enjoy.

£8,875 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jun 2015 Horden Crossroads Allotment & Leisure Garden Assocation

The organisation will use the funding to improve access to their allotment site. This will enable the organisation to enable safe access to their site for all members of the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jun 2015 Etherley Welfare Association

"Etherley, fielding Sport for the future"

£63,030 Sport England
4 Jun 2015 Core Drug and Alcohol Training and Consultancy Services Comm

The organisation will use the funding to provide a programme of community based activities and projects developed and delivered by service users effected by substance abuse. and purchase equipment to develop a movie club. This will develop the skills and confidence of beneficiaries, provide them with social and recreational activities, peer support, and volunteering opportunities to aid their recovery back into society, whilst actively putting something back into the community.

£9,650 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jun 2015 Newton Aycliffe Youth & Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to provide Investors n People training for staff and volunteers. This will help improve the infrastructure of the organisation, provide support for beneficiaries, encourage more volunteers and help sustain the viability of the community centre.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2015 Peter Forbes

Anthropological Theatre - Research and Development

£6,270 Arts Council England
3 Jun 2015 Durham Miner s Association

Durham Moot 2015

£12,000 Arts Council England
2 Jun 2015 North Northumberland District Scout Council

The organisation will use the funding to improve access to their new scout hut for young people with disabilities and to equip the new premises. This will enable the organisation to cater for larger mixed groups of disabled and able bodied young people ensuring that no one is excluded.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2015 The Clarke Lister Feel Good Centre

The organisation will use the funding to replace doors and windows and erect a security fence. This will enable the organisation to host service users in a safe and secure environment.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2015 R T Community Projects Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to set up a Craft Cafe. This will enable the organisation to offer activities and refreshments to members of the community who are at risk of becoming socially isolated.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2015 Friends of the Stockton and Darlington Railway

Sharing Heritage: the Stockton and Darlington Railway and early railway heritage in the North-East

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 May 2015 Friends of the Stockton and Darlington Railway

Sharing Heritage: the Stockton and Darlington Railway and Early Railway Heritage in the North- East

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2015 Northern Region Brass Band Trust

The Durham Hymns (working title)

£66,558 Arts Council England
24 May 2015 The Spennymoor Settlement

The organisation will use the funding towards replacing the final section of roof of their auditorium. This will improve the facilities of the community building enabling the residents and community groups to continue to enjoy the training classes, activities and amenities.

£8,500 Big Lottery Fund
22 May 2015 Cotsford Junior School

The organisation will use the funding to set up an after school dance mat club for pupils, parents and staff. This will encourage participants to become more physically active, make healthy lifestyle choices, helping to prevent potential future health problems.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
20 May 2015 WillyNillie CIC

The organisation will use the funding to provide a series of creative arts workshops and crafts activities for people of different ages and backgrounds and abilities, to produce arts work and artefacts to be displayed collectively in small exhibits ?cabinets of curiosity? on the town?s high street. This will provide creative activities to bring different community groups together including older people, youth groups and homeless people to promote understanding, tolerance and community cohesion.

£8,110 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2015 Crook Community Leisure Ltd

Crook Community Leisure - Peases West

£1,000 Sport England
18 May 2015 First Aid Support & Training

The organisation will use the funding to purchase First Aid training kits, a cardiac defibrillator and staff uniforms. This will enable them to provide lifesaving, First Aid and emergency training particularly for individuals, voluntary and sports groups responsible for young people and children.

£3,973 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2015 County Durham Stroke Club

The organisation will use the funding to provide specialist sports therapy, physiotherapy and Reiki for stroke survivors and carers of stroke survivors, and also take them on day trips. This will reduce isolation amongst stroke survivors and carers, and improve their mental and physical wellbeing.

£9,690 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2015 Sedgefield Development Trust Limited

The organisation will use the funding purchase sewing machines and equipment and provide fortnightly sewing sessions for all ages and abilities. This will provide informal vocational learning opportunities for residents from the semi-rural village including older people, to help develop their skills and opportunities, provide social activities and reduce their isolation.

£3,450 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2015 Hawthorn Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to make improvements to their newly acquired community building. This will enable the organisation to weatherproof the building making it more attractive to user groups whilst improving access for disabled users and older people.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2015 GlobalSport Academy C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to re-open and run a local leisure centre as a community venue. This will enable the organisation to fit out a gym for local community use, run regular exercise sessions, offer a diversion from anti-social behaviour and provide a community venue for local events.

£9,987 Big Lottery Fund
14 May 2015 Durham County Council

Move into Sport (GHGiS)

£5,312 Sport England
14 May 2015 Blaydon Cricket Club

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a grounds mower. This will enable the organisation to maintain their outfield to enable members of the community to continue to use it for various activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2015 Shotton Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to make improvements to their village green. This will enable the organisation to enable all local residents to attend community events.

£8,441 Big Lottery Fund
7 May 2015 Waddington Street Centre Limited

The organisation will use the funding to replace their buildings two gas boilers which provide central heating and hot water. This will enable the organisation to maintain the temperature at acceptable levels all year round to ensure that service users can continue to attend activities in comfort.

£2,960 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2015 Seaham Eastlea and District Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to install security fencing around their community centre. This will provide a safe environment for various community groups including children to access and enjoy the centres facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2015 Wheatley Hill Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to run an intergenerational dance project for members of the community. This will enable the organisation to engage members of the community from all age groups in a project that will promote social engagement and remove real and perceived barriers to social cohesion whilst enjoying a physical activity which will help address health inequalities.

£9,625 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2015 Cockfield Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install a Trim Trail, playground and outdoor activities equipment on their school grounds. This will enable the organisation to ensure that the children at the school are encouraged to engage in active outdoor play which will lead to improved fitness and well-being.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 May 2015 Chester West and Central Community Project

This project aims to improve the health and wellbeing, skills and address isolation for disadvantaged people and will include a range of activities for specific age groups to accommodate the whole community. These activities - mother and toddler groups, healthy eating, sports - will be provided locally free of charge and will enable beneficiaries to access services they may otherwise be excluded from based on location or cost.

£408,831 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2015 OVOE

The organisation will use the funding to expand their existing reading group activities, with creative arts, a cultural trip, writing and play/performance activities based on their understanding of the book/poem, and also establish a bowling league for its members. This will improve the activities and services of the organisation to improve the independence of adults with disabilities, improving their confidence and encouraging them to become socially active.

£5,641 Big Lottery Fund