Lottery grants awarded to Shildon

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 May 2017 Tiny Hound Media CIC

The project will create a health and wellbeing one stop resource including videos, audio podcasts and easy read materials. They will provide information on a wide range of conditions, support, interventions, diagnosis and prevention measures for vulnerable and disabled people, and a shared information resource for healthcare services.

£8,350 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Shildon Alive!

The project will purchase a second polytunnel and gardening tools and equipment specifically for disabled people, older people and children. This will enable more community groups to access the benefits of their gardening and community activities and clubs and provide activities to bring different generations together.

£5,677 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jan 2017 St John's Church of England Aided Primary School, Shildon

The school will deliver out of school hours family cooking sessions. This will provide a social network for families, encourage them to make healthy lifestyle choices to improve their wellbeing, and engage parents and carers with the school and their children?s learning.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Tiny Hound Media CIC

The project will carry out a feasibility study to test the need for a positive health and wellbeing internet digital platform in the north of England. This will help determine the viability and content of the platform to help address the health needs of vulnerable members of the community.

£1,600 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2016 The Schoolfield Allotments

The project will install a new perimeter fence, provide secure storage and improve access for disabled and elderly users. This will provide a safer, accessible and more secure allotment for new and current users.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a programme of family activities during the school holidays. This will encourage vulnerable and disadvantaged families to become more active, make healthy lifestyle choices, improve their confidence, social skills and mental and physical wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2016 Let's Kick That Dog C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to develop their website, carry out a feasibility study, develop a business plan and evaluate the social value of their services. This will help improve the infrastructure and sustainability of the organisation and help men suffering from mental health issues to access support, improve their wellbeing and enable them to become active members of the community.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2015 St John's Church of England Aided Primary School, Shildon

The organisation will use the funding to organise gardening activities for children with special educational needs. This will enable the organisation to engage children who experience difficulties in the traditional learning environment to improve life skills in an alternative setting.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
3 Nov 2014 Sunnydale Community College for Maths and Computing

This is a project by a community college in Shildon, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to employ a sessional worker to provide support for young people who have been identified as having mental ill health. This will provide counselling services for young people with mental ill health; which will improve their health and well being and give them better chances in life.

£9,748 Big Lottery Fund
15 Oct 2014 Shildon Town Council

Hackworth Park Skatepark

£50,000 Sport England
11 Dec 2013 Saint John's Church

The aim of this expansion project is to develop activities and facilties to improve the health and well being of the residents of Shildon, as well as creating a sense of unity where people can learn to help themselves. Through participation in gardening a

£196,189 Big Lottery Fund
15 Nov 2013 National Rail Museum Shildon

Steamsong

£56,010 Arts Council England
18 Oct 2013 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

This project by a school in Shildon, Durham will use the funding to purchase iPads for use by pupils with special educational needs outside of school to improve their learning.

£8,320 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2013 Shildon Community Safety Group

This is a project by a registered charity in Shildon, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to produce a calendar. This will enable intergenerational groups of residents to work together on a project promoting community cohesion and safety.

£3,584 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2013 Sunnydale Community College for Maths and Computing

This is a project by a school in Shildon, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase Ipads for use during breakfast, lunch, after school clubs and to take home for pupils with special educational needs. This will enable them to have

£8,320 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2013 St John's Church of England Aided Primary School, Shildon

This is a project by a school in Shildon, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase outdoor play equipment in area within the school grounds to run structured play and social sessions for pre-school children, their families and chi

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
28 May 2013 Thornhill Primary School

This is a project by a school in Shildon, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to refurbish a room so that they can create a nursery for young people in the area. This will enable them to provide early years education for local young peopl

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2013 Aycliffe Village Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Darlington. The organisation will use the funding to develop a multi sensory garden within the school grounds including a gardening area where children can grow and sell their own produce to help sustain the projec

£8,250 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2013 Durham County Council

Shildon Sunnydale Leisure Centre - 3G Multi Use Games Area

£60,000 Sport England
6 Jun 2012 Shildon Community Garden

This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in Shildon, County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to develop an empty, unused allotment to provide community facilities for a range of local people. This will create a community fa

£8,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2012 Stephenson Way Community Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Durham. The organisation will use the funding to purchase i-pads to provide lunch time and after school study support sessions as well as weekend family sessions. This will enable them to improve children and par

£9,882 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2012 Woodham Community Technology College

This is a project by secondary school in County Durham. The group will use funding to lunch time and after school activities for pupils, including basket ball and recreational sessions. This will provide pupils with positive activities in a safe environme

£8,804 Big Lottery Fund
20 Feb 2012 Byerley Park Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to run extra-curricular activities for pupils using sport and classroom-based workshops to provide motivation and additional study support. This will encourage p

£8,930 Big Lottery Fund
20 Feb 2012 St John's Church of England Aided Primary School, Shildon

This is a project by a primary school in Shildon. The group will use the funding to run an extra curricular study support programme for disengaged pupils, to include study sessions at Durham County Cricket ground and a mix of classroom based lessons and f

£9,245 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2012 St Joseph's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School, N

This primary school in County Durham will use funding to deliver story telling sessions to engage children in reading, purchase outdoor play equipment for extra-curricular physical activities, and run healthy cookery sessions. This will inspire young peop

£7,400 Big Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2011 Walworth School

This school in Durham will use funding to refurbish the school kitchen area for pupils with special needs. This will give pupils and their parents access to suitable kitchen facilities for cookery projects.

£9,756 Big Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2011 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

This school based in Durham will use funding to purchase an outdoor trim trail for the benefit of the school and the wider community. This will provide a new outdoor facility that provides the opportunity for physical development and promotes physical act

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2011 Aycliffe Village Primary School

This school in Newton Aycliffe will use funding to provide accredited and non-accredited ICT courses for children, families and the wider community. This will enable the community to access ICT skills training in the local area and increase their employab

£6,282 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2011 Sunnydale Community College for Maths and Computing

This school in County Durham will use funding to run lunchtime and after-school activities for underachieving pupils with skills workshops and mentoring activities. This will provide pupils with additional support and motivate them to fulfil their potenti

£7,626 Big Lottery Fund
29 Oct 2010 Durham Tigers Rugby League Club

Rugby League Development in South West Durham

£5,036 Sport England
24 Aug 2010 Middridge Farm Allotments Association

This group will use funding to install metal fencing around their allotment site. They will also provide a portocabin and portaloo. This will improve the safety of the site and enable older and disabled members to use the allotment facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2009 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

Centenary Celebrations at Timothy Hackworth

£8,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2009 Old Shildon Workmens Club Homing Society

This homing society will use an award to purchase electronic timing systems so that their activities are more accessible for older club members and those with disabilities.

£9,786 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Mar 2009 St John's Church of England Aided Primary School

This primary school will use funding to deliver a programme of after school activities focusing on growing, maintaining, harvesting and eating fresh produce. The professionally-led learning sessions will engage pupils and their families on the school site

£3,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Dec 2008 Thornhill Primary School

This primary school will use an award to purchase equipment which will be used to offer family learning sessions to parents and families of children who attend the school. Workshops in cookery, healthy living and sewing and needlework will be offered to f

£7,650 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 Nov 2008 St John's Church of England Aided Primary School

This school will run a series of after school activities aimed at pupils and their families. Activities will include a healthy eating programme, family sports and well-being. In addition, adult key literacy skills will be developed by giving advice and in

£7,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Aug 2008 Northern Citrines Marching Display Band

This marching band will use an award to purchase new equipment so that they can accommodate new members and attend a world championship competition in Swansea.

£6,800 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Jun 2008 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

This school would use an award to purchase computer equipment that will be accessible to the whole community. They will work in partnership with local colleges and other learning providers in order to provide ICT courses.

£9,250 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Jun 2008 The Scout Field

This organisation provides and maintains a recreation ground for the benefit of the inhabitants of Shildon and for any Scout or Guide company. They will use funding to create two five-a-side football pitches for local young people to use.

£4,675 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Apr 2008 Sunnydale Community College for Maths and Computing

This secondary school would use a grant to purchase digital cameras and a camcorder to run extra curricular digital imagery courses for pupils and family learning. This would enable families to learn about how their children work.

£3,053 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Dec 2007 Wear Valley District Trades Union Council

Wear Valley Trade Union will restore the Wooley pit banner. Once restored, the banner will be displayed in a local church and will contain pictures and information detailing the history of the mining industry in the local area.

£1,300 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
20 Jun 2007 Shildon Running & Athletic Club

This club will purchase athletics/sprint training equipment, develop an advertising brochure, and appoint a qualified athletics coach to deliver taster sessions in primary schools.

£5,116 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 May 2007 New Shildon Residents Association

New Shildon residents association will use funding to raise awareness of environmental issues within the local community. The group will work with local schools who will develop sculptures and musical instruments using recycled materials. The items will t

£5,650 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 May 2007 The Tearaways Youth Drama Group

The Tearaways Youth Drama Group will mark their 10 year anniversary by holding a disco and prize giving celebration evening. The 11-16 year olds will also hep to write, produce and perform their largest production ever which will be performed for one week

£3,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Feb 2007 U CRE8 Community Arts Limited

U CRE8 Community Arts Limited

£5,714 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Nov 2006 Auckland Hospital Radio

The Auckland Hospital Radio Will Purchase A Professional Mixing Desk To Enhance Entertainment Capability.

£5,657 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Nov 2006 Sunnydale Community College for Maths and Computing

This college will offer a five week digital imagery course.

£2,640 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
20 Oct 2006 Byerley Road Allotments Association

This Project Is To Build A Perimeter Fence Around The Allotment Plots To Provide Secure And Improved Facilities For Gardening And Sharing Experiences.

£9,988 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Aug 2006 C.A.T.S. (Childrens Amateur Theatre Shildon)

This Drama Only Theatre Group Aim To Expand To Cover Singing And Dancing. The Group Hope That This Change Will Attract More 8-16 Year Olds To Join The Group And That All Cast For Future Productions Will Be Obtained In-House Without Having To Bring In Sing

£4,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Aug 2006 The Schoolfield Allotments

This Allotment Association Provides Its Members With Gardens So That They Can Grow Their Own Fruit And Vegetables. The Project Will Provide Secure Fencing, A Gate And An Improvement To The Pathways So That The Members Will Feel Safe And Secure.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Apr 2006 Waverley Terrace Allotments Society

This Project Is To Produce A Mosaic For This Allotment Group'S Community Garden. Young People From The Youth Group Will Be Encouraged To Work With Council Art Workers To Help Develop Their Project.

£2,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Apr 2006 The Scout Field

This Organisation Provides And Maintains A Recreation Ground For The Benefit Of The Inhabitants Of Shildon And For Any Scout Or Guide Company. This Project Will Renovate The Ground And Provide Goals, Nets And Corner Posts For The Football Pitch, This Will

£3,132 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Mar 2006 Byerley Road Pre-school Playgroup

This Organisation Aims To Enhance The Development And Education Of Children Under Statutory School Age. The Award Will Enable The Group To Section Off Part Of The Outdoor Space To Make A Quiet Area To Be Used For Reading And Quieter Activities In Order To

£2,040 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Mar 2006 Shildon Counselling Service

This Organisation Provides A Counselling Service For People With Mental Health And Economic Issues Who Live In Shildon And The Surrounding Area. An Award Will Enable The Organisation To Extend Their Range Of Services By Providing New Trainee Counsellors,

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Dec 2005 Pilgrim Club

This Group Promote The Benefit Of The Inhabitants Of Their Area. The Award Means They Can Purchase 12 Mountain Bikes And Accessories So They Can Go On Cycle Trails And Run A Range Of Bicycle Projects Including Safe Cycling Courses, Duke Of Edinburgh'S Awa

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Nov 2005 Middridge Village Association

This Registered Charity Aims To Promote The Benefit Of The Local Community And Maintains The Village Hall. The Award Will Pay For A Digital Photocopier To Improve The Running Of The Group. A Digital Photocopier.

£550 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Nov 2005 Centre Stage Theatre and Drama Group

This Theatre Group Promotes Drama For The Benefit Of Their Local Community. The Award Will Allow The Group To Purchase Upgraded And Additional Equipment And Hire A Professional Tutor In Order To Attract Children And Young People And Produce Musicals And D

£4,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Oct 2005 Steelworks

The Purpose Of The Project Is To Provide:-An Inclusive Innovative Community Steel Band In Middlesbrough Developed Through Regular Rehearsal And Workshops. Targeted At Young People, Aged 11-18 Hosted Through A Network Of Youth Service Partners-A Resource F

£38,200 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2005 Byerley Road Pre-school Playgroup

This Pre-School Currently Offers Care/Education To 60 2-5 Year Olds. This Award Will Enable The Group To Provide Wrap Around Care To 30 Children Over The Lunch Period, Extending The Length Of Time That Children Can Attend Sessions And Increasing Employmen

£1,520 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Jul 2005 Jubilee Fields Community Association

This group will use their award to hold a 60th anniversary street party to celebrate VE and VJ. The group will also attend a 'We'll Meet Again' second World War show in Hartlepool.

£1,605 New Opportunities Fund
11 Jul 2005 Royal British Legion Bishop Auckland Branch

The Bishop Auckland Branch of the Royal British Legion will use their award to hold a parade and service commemorating the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.

£1,140 New Opportunities Fund
29 Jun 2005 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 France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
10 May 2005 The Monday Club

The Monday Club will use their award to hold a party celebrating the 60th anniversary of VE Day for ex- munitions factory workers called the Aycliffe Angels.

£720 New Opportunities Fund
10 May 2005 Shildon over 60 Club

The Shildon over 60 Club will use their award to hold a party to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Second World War. Those invited include Aycliffe Angels (munitions workers) and ex-servicemen.

£518 New Opportunities Fund
3 Mar 2005 Shildon Railway Institute OTMS Dance Club

The Shildon Railway Institute OTMS Dance Club will use an award to hold a dinner dance in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the second world war.

£1,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Feb 2005 Sans Pariels Marching Display Band

This Jazz Band Is Open To All Young People In Their Area. They Provide An Opportunity For The Youngsters To Learn To Read And Play Music In A Friendly Environment, And Build Their Confidence By Taking Them To Competitions And Performing At Events. The Awa

£1,950 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
23 Feb 2005 Shildon Amateur Boxing Club

This Boxing Club Is Open To Anyone In The Area. They Provide Training And Competition Opportunities For Children And Young People. They Have Recently Acquired New Premises Which They Hope Will Help To Attract New Members. This Award Will Be Used To Purcha

£1,839 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2004 Shildon Community Safety Group

This is a small community-led group whose main activities are to design and implement appropriate community safety initiatives, in conjunction with existing networks, such as the Police and Victim Support.

£36,217 Community Fund
27 Sep 2004 The Nifty Fifties

The Nifty Fifties arranges taster days and sample activities for people in the Shildon area who are aged 50 or over. The 3 year Big Lottery Fund grant will enable the group to continue its core services by funding general running costs.

£6,175 Community Fund
7 Jul 2004 Byerley Road Pre-school Playgroup

This is a group which offers childcare during school holidays. This award will enable them to develop speech and language skills and develop a healthy eating programme.

£1,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
8 Jun 2004 Pilgrim Club

This Group Provide Indoor And Outdoor Activities For Children And Young People. The Award Will Pay For Training In Bush Craft And Survival Techniques. 10 Day Activity Course

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Apr 2004 Age Concern Aquafit in Shildon

This Group Aims To Provide Therapeutic Aqua Aerobics For People Over 50. The Award Means They Can Hire A Pool, An Aqua-Aerobics Instructor And A Life Guard For Weekly Sessions. Pool Hire, Life Guard Fees, Instructor Fees, Insurance.

£1,842 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
16 Jan 2004 Timothy Hackworth Primary School

This School Will Use Its Award To Give Pupils The Opportunity Of Working Alongside An Artist And A Member Of The Model Railway Society To Design And Build A Model Railway Village. There Will Also Be An Opportunity For Children To Work On A Tapestry Which

£2,275 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
16 Jan 2004 Sans Pariels Marching Display Band

This Band Aims To Promote Social, Welfare, Recreational And Training Activities For It'S Members. The Award Will Enable The Group To Attend 10 Carnivals And Purchase A Trailer To Transport It'S Instruments. Travel Expenses To Attend 10 Carnivals And A Tra

£3,200 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
30 Oct 2003 The Shildon Centre

This Town Council will use it's award to hold a Community Christmas Fair, including running arts workshops in schools to make banners and costumes for the event. 'Santa Claus' and workshop, face painting workshops, art materials, children's rides.

£850 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
5 Sep 2003 Waverley Terrace Allotments Society

The Group Was Set Up To Manage And Improve Waverly Terrace Allotments And To Engage The Community In This. They Will Use Funding To Erect A Fence

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Aug 2003 Sans Pariels Marching Display Band

The project would provide new instruments for the Band, enabling it to enter competitions and take part in public events. The one year grant would meet most of the cost of buying new instruments for the band.

£2,264 Community Fund
4 Jul 2003 The Tearaways Youth Drama Group

This Group Teaches Young People All Aspects Of Theatre And Drama Work. The Award Will Pay For Additional Equipment.

£3,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
4 Jul 2003 Shildon Community Safety Group

This Group Works To Support And Develop Programmes Aimed At The Award Will Help Towards The Cost Of A Programme Of Diversionary Activities And Educational Outings For The Children Of Shildon During The School Summer Holidays.

£1,066 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
4 Jul 2003 Byerley Road Pre-school Playgroup

This pre school run activities for children under school age in their area. The award will allow them to run activity trips during the summer holidays and provide swimming lessons for their members.

£1,607 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 May 2003 The Nifty Fifties

This Group Aims To Empower Over 50s In The Community To Take Responsibility For Their Own Personal Wellbeing. The Award Will Allow The Group To Hold 6 Activity Days Throughout The Year.

£1,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
3 Mar 2003 Middridge Village Association

This Group Promote The Benefit Of The Inhabitants Of Their Area. They Would Like To Upgrade The Window Of The Existing Premises, For Safety And Economic Reasons.

£3,486 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
30 Jan 2003 Jubilee Fields Community Association

This project would sustain and develop the work of Jubilee Fields community centre, enabling it to respond to increased demands and to encourage the use of the centre by other individuals and groups.The grant will fully fund a new full time post of Projec

£104,171 Community Fund
11 Nov 2002 Merlin Locomotive Group

The Merlin Locomotive

£38,050 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2002 Byerley Road Pre-school Playgroup

This group provide pre-school childcare. They would like to run an activities programme for their children during the school holidays which will include various outings. Those taking part are new beneficiaries.

£3,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 Aug 2002 Thickley Ward Fun Sunday

This Group Organise A Community Fun Day. The Award Will Enable The Group To Hold This Event.

£1,962 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 May 2002 Centre Stage Theatre and Drama Group

This group would like to purchase 10 state of the art microphones which will make a dramatic improvement to the sound quality of their existing, ageing equipment. Money is for 10 Trantec S3-2 microphones.

£2,090 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Apr 2002 New Shildon Angling Club

This group provides angling and conservation facilities. They have recently acquired the use of a pond and are looking to build disabled access to the pond and to stock it as part of an education programme. They would also like to hold a major competition

£3,813 New Opportunities Fund
22 Mar 2002 Shildon Running & Athletic Club

"The Objective Of This Club Is To Carry Out The Business Of Running An Athletic Club, They Would Like Funds To For Coach Education And To Purchase Indoor Equipment. Funds Will Also Be Used To Hold A Cross Country Event For Local Schools"

£2,207 Sport England
18 Feb 2002 Shildon Town Council

New Skate Park - Sedgefield Borough Council

£76,576 Sport England
5 Oct 2001 Durham County Council

Spennymoor, Shildon and Ferryhill are each to get a new Coffee-bean cyber caf? style information and communications technology (ICT) learning centre. The locations will serve deprived wards where unemployment is high and levels of education are low. The m

£54,999 New Opportunities Fund
5 Sep 2001 Sunnydale School

Shildon Community Youth

£8,500 Arts Council England
9 Jun 2001 Thickley Ward Fun Sunday

This new group aims to promote the development of their area by organising a community fun day. They would like funds for entertainment and to cover publicity for the event.side shows, childrens entertainers, arts sports and drama activities, live music

£3,600 Community Fund
7 Jun 2001 Shildon Town Council

Hackworth Park Restoration

£352,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2001 New Shildon Angling Club

Dev existing Angling facilities

£24,697 Sport England
29 Nov 2000 C.A.T.S. (Childrens Amateur Theatre Shildon)

This Newly Formed Group Aims To Provide The Facilities Needed To Teach Young People All Aspects Of Theatre Work. The Award Is For Stage Make-Up, Scenery, Lights And Costumes, And Stationary, Scripts , Publicity And Volunteer Expenses.

£3,061 Arts Council England
26 Jul 2000 National Museum of Science & Industry

NRM at Shildon

£5,047,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2000 Shildon Summer Camp

The group has been esablished to organise and promote a summer camp for children between the ages of 8 and 11. The grant will be used to purchase new camping equipment.

£4,986 Community Fund
22 Feb 2000 The Greenfield Centre

The group provides community education and recreation activities for adults and juniors. The grant will enable the group to extend its range of activities to include tennis and short tennis and will be used to purchase equipment including rackets nets

£4,283 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 New Shildon Angling Club

The group leases and controls their own fishery and organise matches as well as providing coaching. They wish to expand by improving disabled access and establishing a junior section.

£3,405 Sport England