Lottery grants awarded to Newton Aycliffe

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Apr 2017 Daisy Chain Project

The project aim to deliver more youth facilities for young people with autism and associated disabilities. They will expand their outreach services across the wider community working with other special needs organisations and refurbish the sports hall to meet special needs requirements. The group will also look to increase the amount of special needs after school youth clubs across all age ranges.

£105,857 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Greenfield Arts

The project will purchase lighting, sound and stage equipment so they can continue their community performing arts activities. This will allow the group to engage with people who are socially isolated in the community and provide performing arts activities to help people improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing.

£9,860 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2017 St Francis Church of England Aided Junior School

The school will offer counselling sessions and photography activities for vulnerable children and their parents. The creative activities will help families to express their thoughts and feelings and develop skills and coping strategies to help them overcome their problems and improve their emotional and mental wellbeing.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
13 Dec 2016 Great Aycliffe Cancer Support Group

The project will deliver a pilot providing transport for people who are affected by cancer and require cancer treatment. They will provide secretarial support, social trips, and transport for vulnerable and isolated patients to come to the group's monthly meetings. This will provide them with a support network and aid their recovery.

£8,114 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Aycliffe Village Primary School

The school will purchase iPads and deliver adult learning courses in languages, numeracy, literacy, CV writing and cooking. This will enable parents and members of the community to develop new skills and improve their employment opportunities.

£9,538 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Horndale Residents Association

The project will provide events and educational visits to engage community members in positive activities, reduce social isolation and act as a diversion from crime and anti social behaviour.

£7,960 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2016 St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will refurbish a room with a new kitchen and computers so they can provide parent and adult training sessions and family learning activities, such as cooking, ICT, maths and English. This will engage parents with their children?s learning and improve training and employment opportunities.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 Education for Opportunity

The funding will be used to refurbish a changing room and fit a new kitchen in the local community centre. This will enable men, young disabled adults and women from black and ethnic minority (BME) communities to access activities alongside each other.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2016 Walworth School

The school will use the funding to purchase new outdoor play equipment and provide active play sessions to help aid the development of children, including children with poor speech and social skills, and enhance parental skills.

£9,628 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Newton Aycliffe Youth & Community Centre

The organisation will use the funding to provide training for their volunteers, staff and trustees to improve skills, support and training and enable staff and volunteers to take over the running of the centre and improve their services for the benefit of the community.

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2016 Horndale Infants School

The school will use the funding to install an outdoor garden and sensory play area for children attending the school who have special needs. This will encourage children to engage with each other during break and lunch times to improve confidence and social cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2016 Sugar Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to install a multi use games area within the grounds for children to use during lunchtimes and after school. This will aid young children?s social and emotional development in creative play activities, improving their behaviour, mobility and communication skills.

£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
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
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 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 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
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
8 Dec 2015 New Friends New Places New Pathways Together

The organisation will use the funding to deliver activities, group sessions and trips for people with dementia and their carers. This will provide support to improve their wellbeing and raise awareness of the issues they face, help to reduce their loneliness and isolation and aid their independence.

£9,830 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2015 Durham Wildlife Trust

BrightWater Landscape Partnership

£2,860,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2015 DISC

The organisation will the funding in partnership with Alliance Psychology Services to provide a mental health group-work programme for young people affected by substance abuse and their siblings. They will provide one to one counselling interventions and activities to help improve mental health and aid recovery.

£10,000 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
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
17 Jun 2015 Durham Music Service

The Hall? in Darlington

£14,880 Arts Council 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
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
23 Apr 2015 St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to pay for a sessional counsellor. This will enable the organisation to offer help and support to vulnerable children who are experiencing emotional issues.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2015 Horndale Infants School

The organisation will use the funding to install outdoor play and learning equipment. This will enable the organisation to encourage children to engage in active play with their peers, or with parents, and this will help develop communication and social skills.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2015 St Mary's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, New

This is a project by a primary school in Durham. The organisation will use the funding to provide a counselling service for pupils affected by bereavement, anger, self harm, anxiety and other issues. This will improve the mental health, attendance, punctuality and behaviour of pupils, to increase their educational attainment.

£5,791 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 ACORN Residents Association

This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to continue to run activities for members of the community. This will enable community members to come together to engender civic pride and provide diversionary activities to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.

£9,465 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Real Lives Real Choices

The Newton Aycliffe organisation will use the funding to run furniture recycling courses for adults with learning disabilities. This will enable the beneficiaries to learn furniture restoration and craft skills whilst improving their confidence.

£9,606 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Aycliffe Village Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to develop an outdoor play/gym area within the school grounds for children to use during lunchtimes and after school. This will improve the facilities of the school to aid young children?s development in creative play activities, improving their mobility, social and communication skills and reach their potential.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Great Aycliffe Cancer Support Group

This is a project by a new voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to provide day trips, recreational activities for people recovering from cancer, going through treatment or are terminally ill, and their carers. They will also develop a website and quarterly newsletter and purchase a flipchart for guest speakers, providing a support network for beneficiaries to help improve their physical and emotional wellbeing.

£2,605 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 Sugar Hill Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish an unused room within the school for a parent/child/family room which will provide workshops and training to develop parents? skills including none accredited courses in maths and English, finance, cooking, health and wellbeing. This will provide after school and holiday activities to help improve the social and learning skills of parents, encourage family learning, towards aiding their children?s development.

£8,300 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Greenfield Community College, A Specialist Arts and Science

This is a project by a foundation school in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase music equipment and deliver music and singing activities including making music during lunchtimes and after school. This will provide pupils suffering from personal, social and emotional issues positive activities and new creative skills, improving their confidence and aspirations.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
3 Dec 2014 Woodham Academy

This is a project by a secondary school in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to extend its current afterschool provision to five nights instead of three in order to target and include more pupils, children and young people. This will enable the group to reach young people who are socially isolated and often too shy to sign up for activities, ensuring that they can be included and prevented from further isolation and lack of social development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Oct 2014 WASPS Residents Association

This is a project by a new voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to hold monthly meetings for residents, deliver social events, visits, provide internet lessons and develop an IT facility for the benefit of the community. This will help reduce isolation for many vulnerable and isolated residents, providing them with a support network, enabling them to keep in touch with family members through IT and giving them access to services.

£6,850 Big Lottery Fund
9 Oct 2014 Byerley Park Primary School

This is a project by school in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to install a trim trail at the school for the school community. This will reduce the obesity of the school community.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2014 Walworth School

This is a project by a special school in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment. This will enable the organisation to encourage the young people in their care to be physically active thus addressing issues regarding physical development and obesity.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2014 Horndale Residents Association

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to continue the work of the local residents? association and allow them to develop their work. This will enable the organisation to offer positive social activities including day trips, educational visits and community events in order to engage community members and act as a diversion from crime and anti-social behaviour.

£5,940 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2014 ACLE Scout Group

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Aycliffe Village, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to equip and train their volunteers. This will enable new and existing volunteers to become qualified to the level that they can delive

£5,850 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2014 ACLE Scout Group

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Aycliffe Village, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to equip and train their volunteers. This will enable new and existing volunteers to become qualified to the level that they can deliver training to members in order to help them gain their Duke of Edinburgh Awards.

£5,850 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2014 Durham County Carers Support

This is a new project by Durham County Carers Support (DCCS) that aims to improve the lives of Parent Carers in County Durham by providing dedicated support services. It will address the challenging circumstances which parents deal with that often have a

£378,272 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2014 Durham County Carers Support

This is a new project by Durham County Carers Support (DCCS) that aims to improve the lives of Parent Carers in County Durham by providing dedicated support services. It will address the challenging circumstances which parents deal with that often have a major impact on their lives/family lives leading to limited employment opportunities, financial and social exclusion and poor emotional and physical health and wellbeing.

£378,272 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2014 Wecan Parents' Group

This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to deliver fitness and healthy cooking activities for members of the community. The project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of par

£6,875 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2014 Wecan Parents' Group

This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to deliver fitness and healthy cooking activities for members of the community. The project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of participants.

£6,875 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2014 St Clare's Church in the Parish of Great Aycliffe

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newton Aycliffe. The organisation will use the funding to replace the church hall roof. This will enable a diverse range of user groups to continue their activities allow community events to take place in a

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2014 St Clare's Church in the Parish of Great Aycliffe

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newton Aycliffe. The organisation will use the funding to replace the church hall roof. This will enable a diverse range of user groups to continue their activities allow community events to take place in a safe environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2013 ACORN Residents Association

ACORN Residents Association

£8,210 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2013 Lifeline Community Action

This project by a charity in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham will use the funding to set up a drop in centre. This will enable service users to meet others for support and obtain information which will help them make better life choices.

£8,230 Big Lottery Fund
13 Nov 2013 Young Hopefuls

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newton Aycliffe which will use the funding to run activities around healthy eating and cooking skills for young people leaving the care system. This will increase their cooking skills, confidence and improv

£5,760 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2013 Heighington Parish Council

This is a project by a parish council in Darlington. The organisation will use funding to install a safety surface at their play park. This will provide children with a safer place to play, reducing the risk of injury.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jul 2013 Byerley Park Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase outdoor gym/play equipment and provide a dedicated management plan to coordinate lunch time, after school and holiday play activities. This will pro

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jul 2013 Woodham Academy

This is a project by an academy in Durham. The organisation will use the funding to install raised beds, a canopy, planters and paving access for students at the school and the wider community to use. This will provide students and the wider community wit

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jun 2013 Aycliffe Village Local History Society

Commemoration of men and women in World War 1 related to residents of Great Aycliffe

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 May 2013 Walworth School

This is a project by a special needs school in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase sports equipment including long jump runway and pit, high jump equipment, discuss, shot put and basketball equipent and BMX b

£9,661 Big Lottery Fund
28 May 2013 Sugar Hill Primary School

This is a project by a school in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to develop an outdoor play area. This will develop social skills, creativity and problem solving skills and address the issues of anti-social behaviou

£9,649 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2013 Developing Initiatives for Support in the Community Limited

This is a project byan organisation serving the development of the Multiple and Complex Needs partnership in West Yorkshire.

£9,999,970 Big Lottery Fund
20 Nov 2012 MAD Productions (Making a Difference)

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newton Aycliffe. The organisation will use the funding to host self development sessions, including increasing confidence and self esteem, relationship building, team work and public speaking skills, for l

£2,750 Big Lottery Fund
20 Nov 2012 St Francis Church of England Aided Junior School

This is a project by a primary school in Newton Aycliffe. The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install outdoor play resources, including sand pit, music station, stage and creative play resources and sports wall on their school grounds fo

£8,710 Big Lottery Fund
5 Nov 2012 Developing Initiatives for Support in the Community Limited

This is a project led by Developing Initiatives for Support in the Community (DISC), an incorporated charity based in Newton Aycliffe, serving the development of the Multiple and Complex Needs partnership in the West Yorkshire sub-region.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2012 ACORN Residents Association

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to run monthly residents meetings and community events such as a Halloween party, pantomime and seasonal fun days. This will enable the group to keep the

£3,060 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2012 Woodham Burn Community Primary School

This is a primary school in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to equip an area as a play and reading room and deliver weekly reading and storytelling sessions for children and adults. This will improve literacy skills

£9,350 Big Lottery Fund
21 Aug 2012 Sedgefield Residents Federation

This is a porject by a community group in Durham. The organisation will use the funding to re-launch their residents' federation by advertising and holding information events for the community. This will raise awareness of the group and provide opportunit

£2,970 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2012 Aycliffe Amateur Boxing Club

Relocation of Boxing Club

£7,392 Sport England
23 Jul 2012 Roc Solid Limited

This is a project by a charity in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham. The organisation will use funding to deliver accredited training courses in horticulture to young people living in supported housing. This will raise their confidence and skills to improve

£9,681 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2011 The Wishing Well (Gateway) Club

This charity in County Durham will use funding to run taster sessions, including relaxation classes and healthy eating, benefiting people with learning difficulties. This will enable participants to gain the confidence to attend regular community centre a

£7,020 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2011 Newton Aycliffe Scout Supporters Association

This charity in Newton Aycliffe will use funding to carry out essential electrical works in the community building and create new changing facilities and office space. The project will allow the community building to stay open and comply with regulations.

£8,459 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2011 Greenfield Community College, A Specialist Arts and Science

This school in Durham will use funding to purchase board games, outdoor play equipment and run activities such as football coaching and cookery for the pupils. This will encourage interaction, team play and provide positive stimulation during breaks which

£9,240 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2011 Capture Films

Our Town

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2011 Toft Hill and Etherley Allotment Association

This group in Teesdale will use funding to fit security fencing around their allotments. This will deter thieves and vandals from the site.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2010 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A widow of a Second World War veteran from Co. Durham has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Arnhem and Nederweert Cemetary, in June 2010. Holland Funding has been provided for the widow of a Second World War veteran.

£500 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2010 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War veteran from County Durham has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in November of this year. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran and one carer.

£2,825 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2010 Active Inclusion CIC

This group will use will use an award to run inclusive after school activity sessions in three local schools and at a local community centre. The project will provide training opportunities to volunteer community coaches and help build the confidence of y

£9,634 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2010 Capture Films

This social enterprise will use an award to start up a community radio station. It will be entirely managed and operated by young people aged 12-16 years with the broadcast content including music, current affairs, community announcements and a strong emp

£9,621 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2010 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War veteran from Durham has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to El Alamein and Tobruk in April 2010. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran.

£1,500 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2009 Heroes Return Award to an individual

One Second World War veteran from Newton Aycliffe have been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Germany in September of this year. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran, one spouse and one carer.

£1,300 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2009 Heroes Return Award to an individual

Two Second World War veterans from Newton Aycliffe have been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Staffordshire, England in June of this year. Funding has been provided for two Second World War veterans and two carers.

£330 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2009 Heroes Return Award to an individual

One Second World War veteran from County Durham has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in June of this year. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran, one spouse.

£875 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2009 Heroes Return Award to an individual

One Second World War veteran from Newton Aycliffe has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Norway in May of this year. Funding has been provided for one veteran and one carer.

£2,825 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2009 Great Aycliffe Town Council

This town council will use an award to assist them in the development of their countryside volunteer scheme. Along with a number of training programmes, they will create a service that works with volunteers who want to take part in conservation and enviro

£9,265 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 Nov 2008 The Middlesbrough Domestic Violence Forum

This group will use an award to develop two websites promoting the organisation and its projects. They will also hold a promotional event for service users and staff from relevant agencies.

£5,144 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Oct 2008 Aycliffe Village Local History Society

This local history group will use funding to research the social and economic history of the village and places of interest, in particular local churches, shops, and clubs. The local community will be invited to participate, and a DVD and booklet will be

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Jul 2008 Aycliffe Village Primary School

This primary school will use funding to establish an after school gymnastic club for use by its pupils and the wider community. The money will be used to purchase equipment, and provide opportunity to access a coach education course.

£3,922 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Jul 2008 VIP Life foundation

This group will use an award to hold a number of excursions, two community events and to extend their Christmas event to families referred by the local debt counselling agency and other local bodies.

£5,152 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Jun 2008 The Aycliffe and District Bus Preservation Society

This group promotes the preservation and history of public transport vehicles. They will use funding to hold a promotional event showcasing classic vehicles.

£4,650 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 May 2008 Darlington Football Club Community Trust

This group will use an award to cover the cost of equipment and sessional staff who will deliver a variety of sporting activities at four schools in deprived areas of Darlington.

£9,860 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Apr 2008 Jamboree 2008

This group would use a grant to run Jamboree 2008, a camp for scouting and youth groups to celebrate the 100 years since Robert Baden-Powell ran the first scout camp at Humshaugh. Before the camping event takes place, volunteers would be offered training

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
19 Nov 2007 Large Productions (Darlington) Community Interest Company

This group, which provide opportunities for people with learning difficulties to explore performing arts, will install a disabled toilet and purchase equipment for their theatre, including furniture and a portable lighting rig. The project will also provi

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Aug 2007 Wear-Tees U3A

This group will purchase equipment and attend courses to develop its photography, walking and local history clubs.

£9,253 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
23 May 2007 Aycliffe Squash Club

This squash club will use an award to introduce mini squash after school clubs into schools in the local area and organise a series of mini squash tournaments at a local sports complex.

£7,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 May 2007 Walworth School

Walworth Special School would use the award to start a programme to promote health and fitness among their pupils and the local community. The award would be used to develop a fitness suite furnished with equipment designed to be used by children with spe

£5,395 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
24 Apr 2007 Middridge Parish Council

Middridge Parish Council will install new play equipment on the village play area. This will include a climbing installation, a 3-pod see-saw, goal posts and a ramp for cycle riding.

£4,618 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Feb 2007 RSPB Wildlife Explorers (Newton Aycliffe Branch)

Dragons & Damsels

£24,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Dec 2006 Newton Aycliffe Junior Neighbourhood Watch

This Young Peoples' Group Aims To Run A Range Of Activities For Children And Young People In The Local Area, Including A Visit To A Pantomime, A Homework Club And Football Training.

£7,285 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Dec 2006 Planet Youth Foundation

This group will run a conference for young people to help develop essential life skills.

£9,218 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Nov 2006 St Francis Church of England of Great Aycliffe and Chilton P

This Church Will Upgrade And Refurbish Toilets In The Hall.

£6,347 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
20 Oct 2006 1407 (Newton Aycliffe) Squadron ATC

The Air Training Corps Will Purchase Equipment, Uniforms And Supply Transport.

£9,850 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme