Lottery grants awarded to Chester Le Street in 2017

16 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
13 Sep 2017 Living Record Productions

Thrown RandD

£15,795 Arts Council England
31 Jul 2017 Integrating Children

Integrating Miracles (IM)

£27,495 Arts Council England
26 Jul 2017 Chester-le-Street Friendly Art Group

The project will help their members, including many older people, to develop skills and access creative activities to reduce their isolation. They will hire an arts tutor, purchase art materials, and hire speakers to talk about art and exhibitions.

£2,318 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2017 Red Rose Primary School

The school will install an outdoor canopy to provide a safe environment where pupils and their families can access after school activities to aid the children?s development and engage parents in their child?s learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2017 FaCE

This is a continuation of a project that provides educational activities in school holidays for children with neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy, developmental delay, dyspraxia or acquired brain injury. A range of activities, delivered in a fun and supportive environment, will build confidence, develop independence and teach problem solving skills. The project will focus on achieving goals that were previously deemed impossible.

£98,560 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 Pelton Youth Project

The project will set up a Duke of Edinburgh Award group to offer disadvantaged young people access to volunteering and outdoor physical and expedition activities that will help them develop skills and improve their education and employment opportunities.

£9,350 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2017 Integrating Children and Young People

The project will pilot evening and weekend recreational activities for local young adults with disabilities. The group will carry out research into creating networks and partnerships with similar organisations, and developing a parallel charity to help meet the needs of young adults with disabilities and their families.

£9,755 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Lumley Football Club

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£9,329 Sport England
24 Mar 2017 Chester-le-Street Learning Alliance

Walking in history's footsteps

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Lumley Junior School

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

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 North East Autism Society

Little Sparks

£20,310 Arts Council England
20 Mar 2017 Nettlesworth Primary School

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

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Feb 2017 St Benet's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will develop their playground by installing an outdoor stage, sensory area and fitness equipment for pupils, families and local community groups. This will help aid the development of children and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2017 County Durham Residents Association

The project will hold community planning events to plan the improvement of the local environment and service provision. This will bring the community together to tackle a variety of issues affecting their lives.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2017 Investing In Children

The Decades Project - A history of young women's rights in the North East

£36,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Jan 2017 North East Autism Society

The project will deliver a pilot weekly youth club for 11 to 19 year olds who have Asperger?s and/or High Functioning Autism who attend schools and college. This will provide recreational and social activities for children and young people to reduce their isolation, improve communication and social skills, and provide opportunities for members to become youth leaders to help ensure the sustainability of the club.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund