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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
27 Apr 2017 Enter CIC

When Yesterday was Young

£49,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2017 Immanuel Christian Fellowship

The project will purchase children?s sensory/play equipment and breastfeeding facilities, and deliver regular parent and toddler play group sessions, learning away days, seaside visits, and school holiday activities for older children. They will provide support for local families to bring people together and improve their wellbeing.

£7,150 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2017 Enter C.I.C

The project will deliver a range of activities to engage young people in exploring local history and diversity in the local community. This will culminate in a community open day with entertainment and taster workshops from different groups and organisations. The project aims to help young people develop empathy, knowledge and understanding of different cultures.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Seconds Out Boxing Academy

Box On Project Seconds Out Fitness Academy

£10,100 Sport England
21 Sep 2016 Seconds Out Boxing Academy

Box On Project Seconds Out Fitness Academy

£10,100 Sport England
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
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
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
23 Aug 2016 Chilton Community College

Chilton Seventy -1

£12,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2016 Clean and Sober Living CIC

The organisation will use the funding to pay for a specialist therapist to deliver counselling sessions for service users who were sexually abused as children. The therapist will also provide training for staff and volunteers to help improve their skills and services.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2016 Bishop Middleham Village Hall Association

The organisation will use the funding to carry out sessions to identify the training needs of the local community, deliver taster sessions throughout the year, promote the hall's modernised facilities, and encourage more use of the venue to address the needs of local residents.

£8,860 Big 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
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
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
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
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
9 Oct 2015 Windlestone Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to create a recreational area with outdoor fitness equipment. This will improve the facilities of the parish and encourage young people, families and the wider community to become more active in fun physical activities.

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2015 Bishop Middleham Parish Council

The group will use the funding to provide a youth club for young people twice a week. The group will hold activities including educational trips, sports sessions and healthy cookery sessions. They will also purchase new equipment for children to use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Windlestone School

BB1

£9,210 Sport England
27 Feb 2015 The Social Resource Centre Limited

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Ferryhill, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to run a research, development and training programme. This will enable the organisation to identify best practices, improve performance and investigate new income streams in order to ensure their sustainability.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2014 Windlestone Parish Council

This is a project by a parish council in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to install public seating on a stretch of road used regularly by residents and visitors to access local amenities and other villages. This will provide the community with a place to rest while walking to visit friends or services as there is no local bus service and many residents are older people.

£1,800 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2014 Ferryhill Town Council

New Sports Pavilion for Mainsforth Sports Complex

£75,000 Sport England
5 Sep 2014 The Carrot Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Bishop Middleham, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to replace its ageing potting shed. This will enable the organisation to provide accessible facilities for all members of the community and thus increase its membership.

£1,600 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2014 Chilton Town Council

Chilton town council will use the funding to refurbish a local play park. This will encourage children and young people to play outdoors and help to reduce anti social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2014 County Durham Furniture Help Scheme

This charity in County Durham will use the funding to buy a vehicle to transport volunteers to and from their projects. This will enable the organisation to transport people from rurally isolated outlying communities who are engaged in the Mandatory Work

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2014 County Durham Furniture Help Scheme

This charity in County Durham will use the funding to buy a vehicle to transport volunteers to and from their projects. This will enable the organisation to transport people from rurally isolated outlying communities who are engaged in the Mandatory Work Activity scheme and attract additional volunteers to serve their communities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2014 Bishop Middleham Village Hall Association

This is a project by a registered charity in Bishop Middleham, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to upgrade and renovate their community building. This will enable the organisation to bring their community venue up to modern health and

£7,550 Big Lottery Fund
12 May 2014 Bishop Middleham Village Hall Association

This is a project by a registered charity in Bishop Middleham, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to upgrade and renovate their community building. This will enable the organisation to bring their community venue up to modern health and safety standards and allow them to provide safe, accessible accommodation for local voluntary organisations.

£7,550 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2013 The Soil Association

WW1 Food for Life

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2013 Paxton Street Allotment Association

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to provide a secure fence for the forth side of their allotment site. This will improve the safety of the allotments, preventing damage and vandalism for

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2013 Paxton Street Allotment Association

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to provide a secure fence for the forth side of their allotment site. This will improve the safety of the allotments, preventing damage and vandalism for

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jul 2013 Windlestone Parish Council

This is a project by a parish council in Bishop Middleham, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase bulbs for planting sessions and to purchase a community notice board. This will ensure that local residents are kept up to date w

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2013 Bishop Middleham & Mainsforth Parish Council

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install outdoor fitness equipment in the local park. This will provide facilities for the whole community to enjoy and help improve thei

£9,945 Big Lottery Fund
21 May 2013 Ferryhill Lakes and District Development Education Resource

This existing project will continue and develop to provide support services to disengaged local people living in and around the Ferryhill area of Durham. The project aims to provide a range of services enabling those who are long term unemployed and disab

£151,430 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2013 Windlestone School

Learn to Skateboard

£4,325 Sport England
20 Dec 2012 Chilton Primary School

This is a project by a school in Co Durham. The school will use the funding to run a programme of alternative education based activities including, horticulture and agriculture for children aged 11-18 years who have been identified as through Durham Agenc

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Nov 2012 Enter C.I.C

This is a project by a community interest company in Ferryhill, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of inter-generational workshops over three months leading to a presentation and final event showcasing the activities

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Nov 2012 Chilton Town Council

This is a project by a town council in Chilton. The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install a mixture of outdoor play/fitness equipment in Pentlands Park for the benefit of the community. This will enable the provison of outdoor play/fit

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Aug 2012 Ferryhill Youth Cafe

This is a project by a registered charity in Ferryhill, Durham. The organisation will use the funding to take young people who attend the Ferryhill E-Cafe, who are disadvantaged on two outward bound courses during school holidays. This will enable them

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Aug 2012 Broom Cottages Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Ferryhill. The organisation will use the funding to install a canopy with integrated security roller shutters to the outdoor space adjacent to the early years classroom at the school for the benefit of children at

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2012 Ferryhill Lakes and District Development Education Resource

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Durham. The organisation will use funding to run a series of health related activities, including healthy cooking and eating workshops, gardening sessions and a walking group. This will address the local iss

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2012 Chapel Row Allotment Association

This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in Ferryhill, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to install a security fence at their community venue for the wider community. This will enable the group to protect the property

£9,130 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2012 Ferryhill Town Council

This is a project by a Town Council in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to create an outdoor gym at the Surtees Doorstep Green comprising of a variety of pieces of equipment including an air skier, rower and bicycle. They will also h

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2012 The Cornforth Partnership

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Durham. The group will use funding to run employability skills workshops, benefiting people of all ages, including the over 50s and the long term unemployed, in the village of Cornforth. This will provide pa

£9,485 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2011 East End Allotment Association

This community organisation in County Durham will use funding to purchase a container and furniture which will be used by members of the association and the wider community. This will provide facilities for the group to run activities such as produce sale

£6,450 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2011 Chilton and Windlestone Community College

This charity in Durham will use funding to establish a community cinema, benefiting local people of all ages. This will provide a service not currently available in the area and enable the group to hold film nights and community events, covering the Olymp

£7,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2011 Ferryhill Town Band

This community organisation in County Durham will use funding to install CCTV, security lighting and features at the local community building. This will improve security and encourage greater use by community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2011 Enter C.I.C

The project will provide cultural, creative and educational out-of-school activities for disadvantaged and isolated young people living in Ferryhill, South County Durham. It will offer youngsters activities such as dance, music, and drama, as part of a

£399,658 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2011 Cleves Cross Primary School

This school in County Durham will use funding to create a sensory garden with seating. This will provide an outdoor learning facility for pupils and a meeting space for the wider community.

£2,750 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2011 Dean Bank and Ferryhill Literary Institute

This community centre in County Durham will use funding to install solar panels on the roof of the building. This will enable the group to work towards reducing there carbon footprint and improving the environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2011 West Cornforth Primary School

This school in Durham will use funding to introduce seating, play and wildlife facilities and equipment in their playground for the schoolchildren. This will encourage the children to develop and use their creativity and energy in a positive way during pl

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2011 Ferryhill Town Council

This town council in County Durham will use funding to develop a recreation ground. This will regenerate and improve a neglected area of land.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2010 Dean Bank Primary and Nursery School

This school in County Durham will use funding to create an outside area including multi zones, games areas and educational areas. This will provide children with an area they can use to integrate with each other and learn new skills.

£3,840 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2010 Paxton Street Allotment Association

This community group in County Durham will use funding to purchase a new security fence for their allotments. This will enable users to use the facility more and feel safe whilst gardening.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2010 Windlestone School

This school in County Durham will use funding to create a new fitness suite within the school. This will enable participants to increase their levels of fitness.

£9,989 Big Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2010 Chilton Gala Committee

This group will use funding to put on a Town Gala Day and purchase some equipment needed to set the group up. This will build capacity for community engagement in the area and enable participation in local activities.

£3,990 Big Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2010 Mainsforth Row Community Gardens

This group will use funding to create a nature walk, social seating area and new perimeter fencing in the allotments and community gardens. This will improve a rural environment and increase access to it for local residents and school children.

£6,916 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2010 Mainsforth Cricket and Social Club

Equipment Update for Mainsforth Cricket Club

£9,978 Sport England
17 Feb 2010 The Cornforth Partnership

This charity will use an award to provide courses for young people in life choices, pregnancy, and healthy cooking. The project will educate and equip beneficiaries with life skills to enable them to make informed decisions in relation to sexual health an

£7,015 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2010 Cleves Cross Primary School

This school will use funding to create a wildlife garden, small livestock holding and allotment site that will be used by local community groups, as well as the school. The participants will benefit from a varied outdoor learning programme, that will offe

£7,250 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2010 Henderson Community House

This charitable company will use an award to carry out a consultation exercise with young people living in the village of Chilton. They will research what kind of facilities are required locally for young people to practise extreme sports such as skateboa

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2010 Ferryhill Station Primary School

This primary school will use an award to create a new path to improve access to a community allotment and the school's wildlife garden. A mural will be created by artists and pupils from the school to inform people of the types of wildlife in the area. In

£9,682 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2009 Dean Bank Homing Society

This homing society will use funding to purchase electronic timing systems for the benefit of club members. The new equipment will allow older people and those with disabilities to take part by increasing accessibility. The project will ensure that all pa

£9,466 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Dec 2008 Chilton Town Council

This town council will use an award to furnish and equip a computer facility within their premises. This will enable them to provide access to computers and the internet, and facilitate training opportunities in computer use and presentation skills. The p

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Oct 2008 Trimdon United Juniors Football Club

This club will use an award to develop and run a mini soccer session for five to ten year olds, which will act as a feeder into their under 10s teams. They will also hold a mini soccer tournament for all children under 16 and invite other local teams to c

£2,706 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Aug 2008 The Bertha Street Allotment Association

This new allotment association will use funding to install gates to its premises, ensuring the site is secure when not occupied. They will also purchase equipment for the use of allotment holders, and a container to house the equipment and accomodate grou

£3,662 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 May 2008 C.R.O.C (Cornforth Research, Outdoors & Conservation Group)

This newly-established community group would use an award to run a series of events promoting healthy lifestyles through educational sessions and physical activities open to all young people. They would also run activities for the wider community includin

£6,734 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Apr 2008 Ferryhill Youth Cafe

An award will allow this youth cafe to update its current equipment which is old and badly worn. The group will also hold an outdoor activity session for members at an outbound residential centre.

£4,592 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Apr 2008 Chilton Town Council

An award would allow this town council to host a gala day in July aimed at the local community with free activities including falconry displays, dancing and arts.

£4,970 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
17 Mar 2008 Age Concern Durham County

Shildon Intergenerational Heritage Project

£47,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2008 Ferryhill 2000 Committee

This organisation provide events for the community of Ferryhill. Their award will enable them to purchase equipment to use for community events year after year. The equipment will include staging, surfacing, marquees and gazebos. It will improve the quali

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Dec 2007 Friends of Broom School

The group will refurbish an unused classroom and turn it into a multi-use community room. The new room will allow them to develop a range of activities and services for parents, children and community groups.

£6,535 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Dec 2007 Friends of King George V

This group will upgrade and refurbish the park's existing changing rooms and shower facilities. The refurbishment will build on recent work carried out within the ground to create a more attractive community facility.

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
19 Nov 2007 The Go Ahead Club

This group provides social and recreational opportunities for families with children with disabilities. They will hold events throughout the next twelve months, such as a Christmas disco, and will organise trips, host a physical activities programme and p

£2,280 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Aug 2007 Saint Aidans Chilton Parochial Church Council

An award will enable Saint Adians Parochial Church Council to have a ramp built and installed. This will enable disabled members of the community to have access to their services independently.

£2,467 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Aug 2007 Chilton Community Partnership

This community partnership will develop a luncheon club for the older people in the village. The club will enable the participants to get more involved in their community and it will also help to reduce social isolation.

£5,600 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 May 2007 Mainsforth Bowling Club

This club promotes and offers facilities for the playing of bowls. The project is to improve the bowling green area which is currently in disrepair. This will include the installation of new bowls drops, new notice boards and seating. The improvements wil

£9,987 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 May 2007 Ferryhill Town Council

This Town Council wish to hold a vintage car rally by employing the services of The Durham County Vintage Collectors Association to run the event as well as organising a marquee, tables, chairs, toilets, advertising and passes to the event. Local groups

£3,201 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 May 2007 Dean Bank Primary School

This primary school will install an interactive whiteboard in a school room which is used as a community space. The room will be used by after school clubs and by parents, carers and community members for a range of learning activities.

£3,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
24 Apr 2007 Mainsforth Cricket and Social Club

This cricket club will purchase new equipment to improve training facilities and to maintain the cricket pitch.

£9,941 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Mar 2007 Cornforth Youth Aloud

This new group from West Cornforth will use an award to run a programme of activities and training for young people which may be used to gain accredition through Youth Achievement Awards and the Duke of Edinburgh Awards Schemes.

£9,920 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Mar 2007 Sedgefield Springers Trampoline Club

This group will purchase new trampolining equipment to allow them to extend access to the club.

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
20 Oct 2006 West Cornforth Senior Citizen's Association

A Five Day Educational Trip To Chester To Visit A Number Of Buildings Of Historical Significance.

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Sep 2006 Carrot Group

Funding Will Enable This Group To Provide Facilities For A Series Of Food Based Workshops On Healthy Eating, Including Materials Which Will Allow Them To Grow And Plant Fruit And Vegetables.

£9,467 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Aug 2006 The Cornforth Partnership

This organisation aims to relieve poverty and improve welfare by providing recreational and educational activities and facilities. An award will enable them to provide activities to promote healthier lifestyles and wellbeing, through sport, advice and ed

£8,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Aug 2006 East End Allotment Association

This Project Is To Install A Perimeter Fence Around An Allotment Site To Provide Security For Users Of The Site, And To To Prevent Vandalism And Theft Of Garden Machinery And Tools.

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Aug 2006 Ferryhill Kids Club

This Children-+S Club Would Use The Grant To Extend Their Services To Run Activities Through The Summer Holidays. This Would Allow Them To Extend The Child Care For Working Parents To Alleviate Problems During School Holidays.

£3,415 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Aug 2006 Asbuk (NE)

This organisation provides information on anti social behaviour to members of the community and support to those who have been victims. An award will enable them to provide portable exhibitions and advice to a wider audience.

£4,700 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Jul 2006 Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes - Sphere Lodge

This Organisation Encourages Its Members To Lead Satisfying, Enjoyable Lives And To Support Their Community Through Raising Money For Worthwhile Causes. The Funding Will Provide A Pit Wheel And Two Colliery Tubs, Which Will Be Erected On Derelict Land In

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Jul 2006 Ferryhill Youth Cafe

This Organisation Provide An Indoor Facility For Young People In The Local Area To Interact Socially And Develop Their Life Skills. Funding Will Enable An Upgrade Of The Flooring In The Cafe From A Carpet To An Industrial Hard Floor. This Will Be Part Of

£4,887 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Apr 2006 Ferryhill History Society

This Organisation Provides Opportunities For The Residents Of Ferryhill And The Surrounding Area To Engage In The Study And Appreciation Of The History Of Ferryhill And The North East In General. The Group Has Recently Acquired Premises And The Award Will

£4,849 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Apr 2006 Spennymoor and Ferryhill Royal Navy Association

This Group Provides A Meeting Place For Ex Seaman To Reunite And Socialise. An Award Will Be Used To Allow Members To Attend Their Annual Conference. The Trip Will Provide The Opportunity For Members To Have A Reunion Will Fellow Comrades As Normally On

£1,480 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Apr 2006 Chilton Town Council

This Town Council Based In Chilton, Sedgefield Will Use An Award To Install A Games Area Incorporating A Youth Shelter In Their Newly Developed Recreation Ground. The New Facilities Will Improve The Area For Both Young And Old As Currently Younger People

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Mar 2006 Paxton Street Allotment Association

The Purpose Of This Group Is To Provide A Recreational And Leisure Asset To Be Enjoyed By People Of All Ages Of The Community. The Award Will Allow The Group To Purchase A Secure Weatherproof Cabin To Use As A Base For Meetings.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Mar 2006 Regeneration Plus

This Organisation Provides Activities For Aged People And Residents Of Care Homes Which Help To Prevent Loneliness And Encourages Participation In Community Activities. This Project Will Pay For A Series Of Indoor Activities Such As Bingo, Whist Drives,

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Mar 2006 Ferryhill Indoor Bowls Club

This Group, Based In Sedgefield, Durham Promotes The Sport Of Indoor Bowls. The Project Is To Expand Their Junior Section. Extra Equipment And Footwear Will Be Purchased To Allow Children Who Cannot Afford The Equipment To Access The Sport.

£786 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
15 Feb 2006 Mainsforth and District Community Association

This Group Provide A Community Centre For Their Local Community. The Project Will Allow The Group To Repair Three Sections Of The Centre Roof And Render Some Of The Outside Walls Of The Building.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
15 Feb 2006 Dean Bank Residents Association

This Organisation Works To Develop Relationships With Local Authorities And Community Networks That Have Interest In The Area To Provide Social Activities. An Award Will Enable The Group To Provide A Fun Environment Where People Can Obtain Information Abo

£3,349 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Jan 2006 Northern Heritage Slideshows

The Aim Of This Group Is To Record And Present A Selection Of Slideshows Based On Various Topics Which Are Of Particular Interest To The North East. For Example The Social History Of The North East And The History Of The Mining Industry. These Shows Wil

£3,450 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Dec 2005 Ferryhill Falcons Juvenile Jazz Band

This New Group Aims To Enhance The Musical Education Of Children And Young People Throughout Ferryhill. The Award Will Pay For Instruments And Uniforms. Instruments And Uniforms.

£4,944 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme