Lottery grants awarded to County Durham, North East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
13 Jun 2016 Park View Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to purchase portable exercise equipment to enable them to deliver new fitness activities and classes. This will improve the facilities of the centre, provide sessions to encourage young people and the wider community to become more physically active and make healthy lifestyle choices, encourage more people to use the venue, and help ensure its future sustainability.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2016 County Durham & Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

The organisation will use the funding to train a volunteer to supervise the use of and teach community members/carers how to use the group's MOTOmed movement training machine. This will provide a safe environment to enable wheelchair users and those with more profound mobility impairments to exercise, improve their strength, physical health and wellbeing.

£5,646 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2016 St Godric's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, D

The school will use the funding to replace their old trim trail with a natural play/climbing structure, provide loose creative play equipment, develop a seating/play/performance area and a gardening area. This will improve outdoor facilities and help aid the development of pupils and children in the wider community through imaginative play activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2016 ACORN Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to continue to run activities and events for members of the community. This will enable disadvantaged community members to access social and enrichment opportunities, and provide diversionary activities to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.

£9,546 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 Benfieldside, Blackhill, Bridgehill & Shotley Bridge Communi

The organisation will use the funding to continue to hold a community fun day and provide information and advice on other organisations and statutory support services. This will enable the organisation to build upon the success of previous events, sustain the Olympic legacy and promote positive relationships and support networks across the community.

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 Durham County Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£20,000 Sport England
10 Jun 2016 Groundwork North East & Cumbria

This project will support people aged 24 plus in South and Central London with long-term health problems or disabilities into sustained and meaningful employment in the open labour market. It will focus on engaging the hardest to reach, helping people and wider communities to access training, education, volunteering and ultimately employment.

£999,989 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 Groundwork North East and Cumbria

This project will support people aged 24 plus in South and Central London with long-term health problems or disabilities into sustained and meaningful employment in the open labour market. It will focus on engaging the hardest to reach, helping people and wider communities to access training, education, volunteering and ultimately employment.

£999,989 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 Durham County Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£20,000 Sport England
9 Jun 2016 Greenfield Community College, A Specialist Arts and Science

The school will use the funding to deliver a week of activities for vulnerable young people during the summer holidays. This will engage targeted beneficiaries with positive, diversionary activities to develop their confidence and social skills, and improve their emotional wellbeing, opportunities and aspirations.

£9,140 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jun 2016 The Hub of Wishes

The organisation will use the funding to run weight management, fitness and healthy eating activities for people within the local community, specifically those with mental health issues. This will improve the health and wellbeing of people who are socially isolated and those with poor mental health.

£9,530 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2016 Dene House Primary School

The school will use the funding to purchase tablet computers and a charging unit and deliver out of school learning sessions. This will develop the reading, literacy and numeracy skills of children from disadvantaged backgrounds including those with special educational needs, improve the skills of parents and engage them to support their children?s learning and attainment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 East Durham Community Development Trust Limited

This project will address the cause and effects of poverty and will create four community based Job Clubs based in locally accessible venues; establish a community scheme to provide transport for individuals during their first month of employment or training through volunteer drivers; support local people with debt issues, and provide community school holiday activities for young people.

£250,971 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 Brandon Sports Club

Brandon Sports Hub - Boxing Gym and Practice Area

£75,000 Sport England
3 Jun 2016 A.C.E 'S Internet Cafe Limited

The organisation will use the funding to purchase furniture and equipment for their new community internet cafe. This will provide a community hub, and enable local people to access online advice, information, support services and training courses, to upskill them, build their confidence and promote social inclusion.

£9,475 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jun 2016 High Voltage Trampoline Club

Equipping Trampoline for the future

£10,000 Sport England
1 Jun 2016 Hannah Goudie

Hannah Goudie

£14,971 Arts Council England
26 May 2016 Durham Cathedral

Bringing together the heritage of the Butte Crosses and the First World War

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 Investing In Children

WW1 - Who cared for kids?

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 Durham Wildlife Trust

Revealing Reptiles

£51,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 The Forge County Durham Arts in Education Agency

Northern Writes is a Stanley-based cultural education programme inspired by the 'pitman‘«÷s poet' Tommy Armstrong

£25,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 May 2016 Beamish Museum

Beats & Pieces

£25,000 Arts Council England
25 May 2016 Parkside Academy

The school will use the funding to purchase new equipment to extend their extracurricular activities for pupils, including the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme, DJ workshops, gardening club and STEM club. This will enable vulnerable pupils with low confidence, those at risk of exclusion and who struggle academically to develop their skills and confidence and improve their attainment.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2016 The Laurels Child Care Company Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to purchase outdoor facilities and equipment for their day care nursery. This will enable the group to run outdoor play activities to enable young children to explore the natural environment, to help aid their development.

£9,443 Big Lottery Fund
24 May 2016 The Bowes Museum

Acquisition of St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child by the Workshop of Dieric Bouts

£1,995,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 May 2016 Ferryhill Town Council

The organisation will use the funding to install outdoor fitness equipment in the King George V playing field in Ferryhill, and deliver a celebration event. This will improve the facilities of the playing field and encourage children, families and the wider community to undertake healthy activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 May 2016 Shotley & Benfieldside Tennis Club

Club revitalisation with more sports and covered facility

£75,000 Sport England
20 May 2016 Changing Relations Limited

The organisation will use the funding to tour a performance on domestic abuse. This will give a voice to a diverse spectrum of female domestic abuse survivors, and help improve future services, provide information on support available, help change attitudes and stereotyping, keep more women and girls safe, and enable victims to rebuild their confidence and lives.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2016 Groundwork North East and Cumbria

This grant will be used to develop plans for a project that target people who are hardest to reach, people with multiple, complex barriers, over 50s, carers and ex-offenders and will provide training, guidance and support, and opportunities as volunteers, peer mentors and apprentices. The development funding will be used for research and evidence gathering, partnership meetings and workshops, marketing and communications work, partnership development and the development of monitoring and evaluation toolkit.

£49,500 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2016 Murton Mams

The organisation will use the funding to deliver ?I Feel Good? training for local mothers. Training will focus on interview skills, project and financial management, volunteering, and overcoming barriers. This will enable the group to continue to provide support for struggling young mothers who are at risk of social isolation, to improve their confidence and skills, and volunteering and employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 May 2016 Durham County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£16,157 Sport England
6 May 2016 Cornforth In Bloom

The group will use the funding to support volunteers, older people and people with disabilities to improve derelict, bare or unkempt areas of the village, towards entering the Northumbria In Bloom competition. This will provide physical and social activities for beneficiaries, help reduce isolation and improve physical and mental wellbeing, as well as transforming the areas into useable green places that residents can enjoy.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2016 Durham City Amateur Swimming And Water Polo Club

Coaching and Stroke Improvement

£3,560 Sport England
6 May 2016 Durham City Amateur Swimming And Water Polo Club

Coaching and Stroke Improvement

£1,560 Sport England
5 May 2016 Communities Together Durham

The organisation will use the funding to provide volunteer training and materials to enable them to run holiday activities for children within the community. This will provide sports activities, craft and cooking sessions and healthy meals for children and families from disadvantaged backgrounds during the summer holidays.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2016 Tudhoe Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to deliver enrichment activities for children and young people including, arts, crafts, cookery, healthy eating, and ?fitness boot camp?. This will help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to fulfil their potential and improve opportunities.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2016 Seascape Primary School

The school will use the funding to install a trim trail within their grounds to help aid children?s social, behavioural and emotional development through play activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2016 Brandon Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop a creative outdoor play and learning area. This will provide a safe and fun environment to enable the children to explore the outdoor world through play activities to help aid their development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2016 Changing Relations

Womens Voices Tour

£14,820 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2016 Wheatley Hill Community Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a range of children?s extra-curricular activities and parental adult learning opportunities. This will help reduce unauthorised absences, encourage parental support of their children, and raise the skills, self-esteem and aspirations of participants, including children with emotional, behavioural and mental health issues and those from dysfunctional family backgrounds.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2016 Cheesy Waffles Youth Project

Underground Soldiers

£4,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2016 The Weardale Society

Reading the Weardale Landscape

£9,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 Durham University

Theatrum Mundi

£14,948 Arts Council England
20 Apr 2016 Kando Arts Foundation CIC

Kando Arts research and development

£9,000 Arts Council England
18 Apr 2016 The Witham Hall Limited

The Witham: becoming a strategic arts organisation

£35,450 Arts Council England
14 Apr 2016 NEPACS

This project will provide support for the families of prisoners separated by a custodial sentence, offering parenting courses, support for first-time fathers, and will expand cover from four to six prisons.

£450,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Stephen Livingstone

Boat Curves for the Customs House

£6,748 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 Cleves Cross Primary School

The school will use the funding to install a dinosaur skeleton climbing frame to improve the play and learning facilities and aid the development of pupils and children in the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Woodland Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop a new outdoor nursery play area to improve facilities and provide stimulating and interesting play activities for nursery children. This will improve their social skills and physical development, and encourage them to become more active.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Bullion Lane Primary School

The school will use the funding to run a summer club during the school break. This will provide children from disadvantaged backgrounds with a variety of fun enrichment activities and workshops, to develop their skills, confidence and aspirations.

£2,375 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Coxhoe Village Hall Association

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their Village Hall kitchen. This will improve the health and safety standards of the venue, help attract more users, and enable current users and community groups to extend their activities and events.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2016 Beyond Limits

The organisation will use the funding to install a climbing frame, camping pod and summer house to offer a retreat ?safe house? in the form of short breaks, respite and healthy lifestyle and development activities for disadvantaged and vulnerable families. This will help beneficiaries deal with problems, improve confidence, circumstances and aspirations.

£9,545 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 South Moor Garden Association

The organisation will use the funding to erect a metal fence around unsecure parts of their local allotment site. This will provide a safe environment, free from crime and anti-social behaviour, for existing users to enjoy gardening activities and to encourage new members.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Drama in the Dale

A Midsummer Nights Dream

£12,000 Arts Council England
6 Apr 2016 Ferryhill Lakes and District Development Education Resource

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of cooking and health related activities for small groups including teen mums and people recovering from alcohol misuse. This will provide group and one to one support for participants to learn how to cook healthy meals, grow their own food, budget, and encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,324 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Full Circle North East CIC

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of one to one wellbeing and training workshops and information services in the local community. This will include benefit, debt, housing and employment advice, signposting to service providers, accredited training and volunteering opportunities for residents, including lone parents and unemployed people to help improve their circumstances, and employment prospects.

£9,590 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Full Circle North East CIC

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of one to one wellbeing and training workshops and information services in the local community. This will include benefit, debt, housing and employment advice, signposting to service providers, accredited training and volunteering opportunities for residents, including lone parents and unemployed people to help improve their circumstances, and employment prospects.

£1,138 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Aspire Leasrning, Support And Wellbeing CIC

The project will introduce services that will address currently unmet needs including mental health and social isolation. There will be four strands to the project: peer mentoring and befriending, confidential listening and advocacy, social support groups, and a women?s wellness service.

£499,030 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 ASPIRE LEARNING, SUPPORT AND WELLBEING CIC

The project will introduce services that will address currently unmet needs including mental health and social isolation. There will be four strands to the project: peer mentoring and befriending, confidential listening and advocacy, social support groups, and a women?s wellness service.

£503,830 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2016 The North East Military Vehicle Club Ltd

They will offer trips and activities for injured soldiers. This will include workshops and subterranean climbing at Honister Slate Mine, water sports and open water swimming at Lake Windermere, steam railway activities at Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum, mountain biking at Whinlatter Pass and Forest and jeep excursions at Wray Castle. This will help soldiers transition back into the community, make new friends and reduce feelings of isolation.

£49,440 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Tanfield Lea Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install play facilities and equipment in the school grounds. This will provide a safe, stimulating environment for children to play and will encourage pupils to increase their physical activity levels to combat sedentary lifestyles and improve health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Durham County Council Regen & Development Team

South Moor and Quaking Houses First World War Heritage Trail

£60,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Apollo Pavilion Community Association

Apollo at 50

£5,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Durham County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£936,117 Sport England
15 Mar 2016 Hunwick Cricket Club

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their cricket club, including a new suspended ceiling and to replace flooring which is damaged and unsafe. This will improve the health and safety standards and facilities, enable them to provide more family events and activities, encourage more users and groups to use the amenities and help establish the venue as a community hub.

£4,670 Big Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2016 Ludworth Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop their field and create social spaces such as digging pits and a giant sand pit, and install eco toilet facilities. This will provide new creative outdoor play activities to help improve the risk awareness skills of pupils and children in the wider community, and aid their development.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2016 Lumley Infant and Nursery School

The school will use the funding to develop a creative crafts and imaginative play area that is accessible in all weathers. This will allow them to deliver after school sessions and family learning courses and provide creative play activities that develop the communication and listening skills of children, and engage parents with their learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2016 Seaham Have Your Say

The organisation will use the funding to engage young people and children in gardening activities and provide them with a residential with outward bound activities. This will provide diversionary, social, outdoor activities designed to improve their wellbeing and encourage them to become active members of the community.

£5,330 Big Lottery Fund
29 Feb 2016 DISC

In response to the growing prevalence of racism amongst young people in County Durham, DISC will address the underlying issues and beliefs which fuel racism and hate crime, targeting young people through existing well-established links into schools, colleges and services.

£487,948 Big Lottery Fund
29 Feb 2016 St Cuthbert's College Ushaw

Ushaw College Remembers the First World War

£9,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Feb 2016 Altogether Archaeology

Altogether Archaeology ‘«Ű start-up phase of new community-led organisation

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Feb 2016 Newton Aycliffe Junior Neighbourhood Watch

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of activities and events for local children, young people and their families. This will provide diversionary activities for those at risk of anti-social behaviour, and enable disadvantage families to access services and activities to help improve their health and wellbeing, and encourage them to become active member of the community.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2016 St. Charles RCVA Primary School

The school will use the funding to build a bike ?hotel? to store the children?s bikes and deliver a community bike project. This will encourage the community to cycle to and from school and improve their physical health.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2016 St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, New

The school will use the funding to purchase tablet pads equipment to be used in out of school hours learning activities for their pupils with special educational needs and disadvantaged. This will provide additional support to help improve their development and attainment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2016 Woodham Burn Community Primary School

The school will use the funding to purchase Ipads and Apps to be used in out of school hours learning activities for pupils with special educational needs. This will provide additional support to help improve their development and attainment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2016 Monk Hesleden Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to run activities and workshops for children and young people aged 8-19. This will provide diversionary activities, develop their confidence and skills, and help encourage them to improve their physical health, make positive lifestyle choices and become active members of the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2016 LionMouth Rural Centre

The organisation will use the funding to expand their woodworking activities and workshops for people with mild learning difficulties and mental health issues. This will develop their skills, reduce social isolation, and enable them to become active members of the community.

£9,776 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2016 Wingate Community Nursery School

The nursery school will use the funding to equip their staff and children to visit woodland and wild spaces in all weathers. This will allow them to run outdoor learning sessions and outdoor play activities to help aid the children's development, and encourage families and the wider community to be more active and healthy.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2016 Durham Golf Partnership

Women's Get into Golf Programme

£9,687 Sport England
9 Feb 2016 Durham University Wheelchair Basketball Club

Durham University Community Wheelchair Basketball Programme

£8,680 Sport England
5 Feb 2016 Durham City Centre Youth Project

The organisation will use the funding to deliver weekly drop in sessions and an outreach service on sex and relationship health for young people aged 13-25. This will enable beneficiaries to access support, information and advice to enable them to make informed and healthy lifestyle choices, keep them safe and improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,868 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2016 1st Consett Scout Group

The group will use the funding to purchase camping equipment and mini bus hire, as well as recruit and train volunteers. This will enable more young people to participate in adventurous and development based activities.

£9,209 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2016 East Durham College

Shape It!

£14,340 Sport England
2 Feb 2016 Willington Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop a learning lounge to promote self-direct learning for pupils and adults out of school hours. This will provide support learning, raise aspirations and attainment of the school?s most vulnerable pupils and improve adult literacy skills.

£9,268 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2016 Teesdale YMCA Limited

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of positive interactive workshops and activities, one to one sessions and weekend residentials for vulnerable young men. This will raise awareness and understanding of mental health issues affecting young people, provide them with a support network, coping mechanisms and activities to improve their mental health and wellbeing.

£9,821 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2016 Fencehouses Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to replace electrical wiring and circuit boards throughout the centre. This will improve the safety of the building and enable existing and new community groups to continue using the amenities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2016 Belmont Community Association

Belmont at War - A Community Programme for All Ages

£8,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2016 Durham Heritage Coast

Learn 2 Love

£25,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2016 The Cornforth Partnership

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a diverse programme of activities for young people and their families including trips, cooking, health and wellbeing sessions. This will help to reduce the isolation for families from disadvantaged backgrounds and improve their wellbeing and opportunities.What Money is for :Sporting activities, family activities and trips, coffee afternoons, community fun day and celebration event and sessional support workers fees.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2016 St Helen Auckland Community Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment for nursery children. This will aid development through play activities, and provide family learning sessions to enable parents/carers to support and improve their children?s learning and attainment.

£9,584 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2016 Wolsingham School

The school will use the funding to hold physical and mental wellbeing road shows. This will provide pupils with the opportunity to learn and educate themselves about issues relating to poor mental health.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2016 Byerley Park Primary School

The school will use the funding to purchase tablets and accessories. This will aid the literacy skills and development of disadvantaged children and develop the skills of parents to enable them to support their children?s learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2016 St.Andrews Youth Club, Brandon

The organisation will use the funding to deliver weekly diversionary activity sessions and residential activities to vulnerable young people at risk of anti-social and risk taking behaviour. This will improve access to social opportunities to increase self-esteem, confidence and raise aspirations.

£9,350 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2016 St.Andrews Youth Club

The organisation will use the funding to deliver weekly diversionary activity sessions and residential activities to vulnerable young people at risk of anti-social and risk taking behaviour. This will improve access to social opportunities to increase self-esteem, confidence and raise aspirations.

£9,350 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2016 Hartside Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop the outdoor play area. This will aid the communication skills, social and physical development of young children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jan 2016 Red Rose Primary School

The school will use the funding to convert an unused storage room into an Early Years Family Room. This will enable them to run a weekly parent and toddler group, family play sessions and learning courses, to help develop parental skills and aid the children?s development and transition into school.

£9,334 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jan 2016 Acre Rigg Infants School

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish an unused room into a parent/family room. This will provide adult learning courses and family learning sessions including cooking, ICT sessions and a homework club for children, to help improve the social skills and confidence of parents, improve their employment opportunities and encourage them to become active members of the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jan 2016 Chester le Street and District Community Venues Consortium

The organisation will use the funding to continue to produce and deliver community information booklets. This will enable community centres and community organisations to publicise their events at little cost, helping to improve their sustainability.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jan 2016 Chester le Street and District CVC

The organisation will use the funding to continue to produce and deliver community information booklets. This will enable community centres and community organisations to publicise their events at little cost, helping to improve their sustainability.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
29 Dec 2015 NHS North Durham Clinical Commissioning Group

The funding will be used to develop a social impact bond for a preventative health programme for people at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. This will benefit patients who are at risk of developing the condition and those who have been recently diagnosed, in order to reduce the likelihood of them developing long-term health complications. The development grant will be used for cost analysis, metrics and other support.

£74,800 Big Lottery Fund