Lottery grants awarded to Durham

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
25 Oct 2017 Tin Arts Ltd

Ambition for Excellence

£390,000 Arts Council England
12 Oct 2017 Emma Richards

Galaxy 75

£4,000 Arts Council England
28 Sep 2017 Durham Singers

Monteverdi Vespers 2017

£2,000 Arts Council England
28 Sep 2017 Thornley Parish Council

John Scott Youll VC Commerative Event and Community History

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2017 Single Homeless Action Initiative in Durham

St Peters Court Bike Project

£10,000 Sport England
30 Aug 2017 St Cuthbert's College Ushaw

‘«ˇDivine voices‘«÷ ‘«Ű recording the memories of those ordained, educated and employed at Ushaw College

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2017 Cheesy Waffles Youth Project

The Home Front - Life in Britain during the First World War

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2017 University of Durham

Healthy Bodies Healthy Minds

£51,873 Sport England
30 Jun 2017 Durham University

MammalWeb: Engaging citizens in monitoring and managing our mammalian natural heritage

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2017 Hamsteels Community Hall Association

The project will purchase new cooking/catering equipment and storage facilities, and indoor and outdoor furniture. This will improve the amenities and health and safety, enabling more people to benefit from social events and activities.

£9,942 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 Burnhope Parish Council

Burnhope War Memorial and Research Project

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 OASES

Lost Landscapes and Learning, Pilot

£68,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 May 2017 Changing Relations C.I.C.

The project will build on their previous success and create a film of a play they developed about domestic abuse. The group will create printed programmes and training materials, and delivering workshops and film screenings to schools and community groups. They aim to help change attitudes and stereotyping regarding domestic abuse, keep more women and girls safe and enable more victims to access support services and rebuild their confidence and lives.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2017 Rebekah Bowsher

PRO FORMA: Spoon Theory

£5,795 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 Changing Relations

Honour/Shame

£14,983 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Henry Dancer Days

Creative and Healing Arts: research and development

£3,224 Arts Council England
21 Apr 2017 Haswell & District Mencap

The project will develop a coffee club for women with learning difficulties. This will provide a peer support network and activities that will help the women develop their skills and access new activities and services to improve their wellbeing.

£7,444 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 TIN Arts

George Wiliams - New Moves

£16,161 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Newton Hall Allotments Association

The project will install a community shed within their allotment site. This will improve facilities, provide storage for materials, shelter and a meeting place for volunteers and members to reduce their social isolation.

£9,576 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Durham Communities Boxing Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£11,121 Sport England
30 Mar 2017 BPNE Limited

This is a project by an organisation in Durham serving people in Sunderland. It will offer a social inclusion support programme for people living with HIV to prevent risk taking behaviour, reduce social isolation and help them move forward with their lives. Support will include one to one and outreach work on subjects such as sexual health, debt management, employment, breaking isolation and hate crime. They will also offer HIV prevention tools for people at high risk of infection.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Changing Relations

Mens Voices R and D

£14,950 Arts Council England
20 Mar 2017 Durham Cathedral

2020 Fabric Endowment Campaign: Safeguarding Our Heritage for the Future

£1,098,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Framwellgate Moor Youth & Community Association

The project will refurbish the community centre toilets to improve facilities for existing and new user groups, including disabled people, so they can access social, learning and health based activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 St Mary Magdalene Church, Belmont

Restoring and preserving the building by repointing and replacing damaged stonework

£82,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Durham County Council

Durham Woodland Revival

£491,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Durham University

Belief in the North-East

£196,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2017 Brandon Boxing Club

Box On Project - Round 2

£9,025 Sport England
23 Feb 2017 Friends of Durham County Record Office (FODCRO)

No Longer the Enemy - Phase 1

£9,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Feb 2017 Durham City of Sanctuary

The project will work with theatre group Cap-a-Pie to deliver a programme of theatrical activities to local primary school children and a community performance exploring issues about asylum-seekers and refugees . This will offer volunteering opportunities for Syrian refugees, and promote understanding and acceptance of local immigrants and raise awareness of the benefits they bring to the community.

£5,470 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2017 R T Community Projects Ltd

The project will set up a dementia caf? for local people who have been diagnosed with dementia and their live-in carers. The project will help couples to develop their communication skills, confidence and coping strategies, provide reminiscent and fun activities to improve their social wellbeing, and offer peer support and information and advice on additional dementia services.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2017 Durham County Council

Communities LDP

£10,000 Sport England
9 Jan 2017 County Durham Sport

CSP Funding 2014-17

£245,131 Sport England
6 Jan 2017 Bearpark Primary School

The school will deliver a series of weekend expedition, water sports and outdoor activities for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds, culminating in a residential overnight stay at an activity centre. They will provide accredited leadership awards for parents, volunteers and older siblings to help support the activities, and positive physical activities to develop the children?s team working, life skills, opportunities and aspirations.

£9,785 Big Lottery Fund
22 Dec 2016 Clart About Ltd

The project will purchase additional sensory equipment to extend their mobile sensory and baby massage sessions to a wider geographical area within the county. The project will reduce the isolation of new mothers at risk of postnatal depression, and help develop the mother and baby bonding process, and aid the development of babies.

£7,150 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2016 Burnhope Community Centre

This funding is for the building of a new community centre that will provide a hub for services, activities and re-generation of community spirit in this former mining village. With an emphasis on helping younger and older people in the community as well as the long-term unemployed, activities will tackle social, educational, employment and health issues.

£529,500 Big Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2016 Durham County Council

Durham Music Service

£14,860 Arts Council England
8 Dec 2016 Alington House Community Association

The project will purchase specialised equipment and deliver healthy cooking sessions for their members who are visually impaired. Members will gain accredited awards, develop cooking skills, and have the opportunity to volunteer, this will help improve their social and physical wellbeing.

£2,487 Big Lottery Fund
29 Nov 2016 Deric Youth Bus Project

The project will deliver arts and fitness activities for young people experiencing mental health issues. This will help the young people to develop new friendships, build their confidence and self-esteem, reduce isolation and improve their mental health.

£9,956 Big Lottery Fund
25 Nov 2016 Woodcraft for Landscapes CIC

The project will construct a timber building to be used as a visitors' centre to promote their services, deliver workshops, and encourage new volunteers. This will showcase the skills and woodcraft products of their members and trainees, who have learning and physical disabilities, and help them develop their social skills by interacting with the general public through exhibitions and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2016 County Durham Stroke Club

The project will provide a residential weekend away for stroke survivors and their carers; one to one therapist and counselling support, including breathwork, reiki, massage and self-help strategies; and twice monthly exercise classes. This will reduce isolation amongst stroke survivors and carers, improve their mental and physical wellbeing and help aid their recovery.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 Wheatley Hill History Club

Beyond Praise - Thomas Kenny VC

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 Alington House Community Association

Alington House - 8 decades of Community Activity and Informal learning

£8,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
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
13 Oct 2016 Durham County Council Arts Programmes Team

Ps - the same but different

£48,870 Arts Council England
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
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
14 Sep 2016 Empty Shop CIC

TESTT - The Empty Shop Think Tank

£15,000 Arts Council England
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
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
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
22 Aug 2016 Giant Steps Horden Limited

The organisation will use the funding to redevelop their outdoor nursery play area including water and sand play areas, gardening space, canopy, and mound and tunnel. This will provide creative and educational activities for young children to help aid their development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Aug 2016 Ushaw College

Visual Arts at Ushaw

£14,999 Arts Council England
20 Jun 2016 Pittington Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish and upgrade the kitchen of their community hall to improve health and safety standards and enable more activities, events and services to take place for existing users and new community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2016 Frances Leviston

Frances Leviston: Writing Broderie Anglaise

£9,100 Arts Council England
15 Jun 2016 Mick Stephenson

Bandstand (Working Title)

£14,950 Arts Council England
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
6 Jun 2016 Brandon Sports Club

Brandon Sports Hub - Boxing Gym and Practice Area

£75,000 Sport England
26 May 2016 Durham Cathedral

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

£9,900 Heritage 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
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
9 May 2016 Durham County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£16,157 Sport England
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
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
20 Apr 2016 Durham University

Theatrum Mundi

£14,948 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
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
21 Mar 2016 Durham County Council Regen & Development Team

South Moor and Quaking Houses First World War Heritage Trail

£60,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Durham County Council

CSP Funding 2014-17

£936,117 Sport England
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
29 Feb 2016 St Cuthbert's College Ushaw

Ushaw College Remembers the First World War

£9,300 Heritage 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
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
25 Jan 2016 Belmont Community Association

Belmont at War - A Community Programme for All Ages

£8,000 Heritage 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
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
10 Dec 2015 Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary

The school will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment for the use of children with special educational needs. This will enable them to deliver stimulating out of hours activities for pupils, parents and carers, with the aim of reducing health inequalities and improving behaviours.

£9,473 Big Lottery Fund
10 Dec 2015 Burnhope Community Association

The development grant of ?35,124 wil pay for professional fees to help plan the construction of a new community centre. This will provide a wide range of services and activities for the wider community including coffee mornings, exercise classes, youth sessions and art and crafts groups. The applicant also plans to run police, GP and health outreach surgeries. Other community events are scheduled such as Easter, Christmas, Halloween, Bonfire and community Barbecue events in the summer.

£35,124 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Ushaw College

Ushaw Open for all Year 2.

£14,995 Arts Council England
25 Nov 2015 Shadforth Village Hall

Films At Shadforth Film Club

£4,793 British Film Institute
16 Nov 2015 Croft View Halls Lanchester

The organisation will use the funding to renew the flooring of their village hall. This will improve the facilities to enable more activities to take place, and for existing and new community groups to enjoy the amenities.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2015 Thornley Primary School

The school will use the funding to refurbish an unused room to be used as a parent/child/family room. This will allow parents at risk of social isolation to access adult learning sessions to improve their volunteering and employment opportunities, and provide family learning sessions to develop their parental skills and support for their children.

£9,857 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2015 Breathing Space

The organisation will use the funding to run a woodland wellbeing activities and skills development project for vulnerable men from the community. This will allow them to promote physical health and improve mental wellbeing, as well as teaching skills that improve employabiliy.

£7,540 Big Lottery Fund
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
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 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
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
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
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
20 Jul 2015 Durham County Badminton Association

Deaf Badminton Coaching Sessions

£9,948 Sport England
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