Lottery grants awarded to Trimdon Station

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72 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
9 Jun 2017 St William's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will install outdoor fitness apparatus to provide new activities for children and encourage them to become more active. The facilities will also be accessible to the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Dec 2016 Trimdon Station Residents Association

The project will hire a community development worker and deliver a rug making project for older residents of their estate. This will provide social and recreational activities to develop participants' skills and help reduce their social isolation.

£8,200 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Deaf Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment and deliver out of school exercise sessions for pupils. This will encourage children to lead healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Deaf Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to organise co-ordinated play sessions for children to develop language, communication and social skills with the aim to improve academic outcomes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 St William's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The funding will be used to install all weather surfacing to the playground area and apparatus. This will improve the safety of the playground for children to access the facilities all year round, and will help aid their development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2015 Peter Forbes

Anthropological Theatre - Research and Development

£6,270 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2015 Trimdon Junior School

The organisation will use the funding to create a community garden. This will enable the organisation to teach young people how to grow healthy produce, how to improve their diet and the benefits of exercise as well as providing activities that will act as a diversion from anti social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2014 Trimdon Station Residents Association

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in County Durham. The organisation will use the funding to establish craft and play sessions for children aged 5-13 years that will be held after school and during school holidays. This will provide residents living in an area of deprivation with access to inclusive and free play activities in order to address gaps in local service provision and improve the wellbeing of local children and young people.

£8,349 Big Lottery Fund
21 Aug 2012 Trimdon Village Infant School

This is a project by a primary school in Trimdon Village. The organisation will use the funding to install a physical activity trail, storage shelter with Poddley play equipment and play area comprising raised platforms, rubber step posts and log forrest

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2012 St William's Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Trimdon Village. The organisation will use funding to install a buccaneer creative/imaginative pirate ship on their playground for the benefit of the community. This will enable increased opportunities for children

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2011 East Durham Play and Community Network

This community organisation in County Durham will use funding to organise two celebration events for families in the local area during the school holidays. This will enable local families to access creative workshops and play experiences through a communi

£9,001 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2010 Trimdon Station Residents Association

This residents association will use funding to commission a community appraisal of Trimdon Station village. The project will bring local residents together to raise environmental concerns, and the appraisal will allow the community to take action on the i

£9,870 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2009 Trimdon Community Gardens

Trimdon Community Gardens,formed in 2003, are in County Durham. The group intends to promote the gardens previously created with a grand opening event open to the whole community. The open event will allow visitors to plant their own small tub and learn

£1,225 Big Lottery Fund
13 Oct 2008 Ferryhill Wheelers Cycling Club

This group promotes cycle racing and other aspects of cycle sport in County Durham through training, racing and cycle runs. An award will be used to attend training in coaching, first aid and welfare so that the group can start a new project which will of

£1,900 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Jul 2008 Trimdom Grange Homing Society (TGHS)

This pigeon racing group would use funding to purchase an electronic timing system which will enable all members to accurately and easily record the flight times of their birds. This will be particularly beneficial to those members with decreased mobility

£6,814 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Jun 2008 Trimdon Community Gardens

Trimdon Community Gardens will extend and improve an existing garden area, introducing a bog garden, willow trees, mini-beast habitats and a herb garden. The group intends to use the willow as a sustainable source of materials for planned basket weaving e

£8,495 Big Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2007 Trimdon and District Riding Club

This riding club will introduce people to equestrian discipline, including teaching people from the community how to horse ride and ride on the roads safely. The project will give more people the opportunity to take part in horse riding and enable them to

£2,560 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
19 Jul 2007 National Playday Steering Committee

This community group will hold its 2007 National Play Day for young people and the community, which will be held outside and focus on street play. Funding will cover activities, such as arts, music, sport and drama, to provide creative and novel approache

£8,284 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Feb 2007 Trimdon Grange Community Centre

Trimdon Grange Community Centre

£4,440 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Dec 2006 East Durham Play and Community Network

This charity will build a training room and refurbish the existing shop.

£8,355 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Dec 2006 Deaf Hill Miners Banner Group

Deaf Hill Miners Banner Group Project

£15,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Sep 2006 Friends of Trimdon Grange Infant & Nursey School

This Project Is To Install A Play Area For Children Within The Community To Use, Including Out Of School Hours Club.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Apr 2006 Trimdon Community College Association

This Association Manages And Maintains The Community College. It Works With Local Authorities, Voluntary Organisations Inhabitants Of Trimdon To Deliver Events, Training, Social, Recreational And Leisure Activities. The Project Is To Develop An Existing

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
15 Feb 2006 Sedgefield & District Referees Society

This Referee Society Based In Sedgefield Will Use An Award To Purchase It Equipment To Allow Them To Improve Their Current Training Methods.

£2,300 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Jan 2006 Trimdon Colliery Community Association

This Registered Charity Aims To Promote The Benefit Of The Local Community. The Award Will Enable The Group To Establish A New Weekly Sessions Called 'Kids Bring Your Parents'. The Award Will Pay For Start Up Costs, Equipment And A Range Of Activities.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Nov 2005 Named Individual

Fortune Cookies

£4,000 UK Film Council
12 Oct 2005 Skerne Play Park

An Award Has Been Made To Skerne Play Park To Allow Them To Pay For Their First Year Start Up Costs Relating To Administration Needs. Stationery, Photocopying, Printing, Telephone

£1,100 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
20 Jul 2005 Deaf Hill Ward Regeneration Partnership

This Group Has Recently Taken Over The Running And Management Of The Local Community Centre. Following The Refurbishment Of The Centre The Group Have Identified The Need To Employ A Centre Co-Ordinator Who Will Be Responsible For The Day To Day Running Of

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
20 Jul 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Widow from County Durhamhas been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Canada in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Widow.

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
23 Mar 2005 Sedgefield PCT

Engaging Young Women

£154,500 Sport England
3 Mar 2005 The Royal British Legion Trimdon Branch

The Trimdon branch of the Royal British Legion have been given an award to allow them to carry out a 60th anniversary 1940's evening. The evening will consists of war time entertainment and decor. They will also use the night to carry out interviews wit

£1,650 New Opportunities Fund
8 Sep 2004 Trimdon 2000 Ltd

This group promote rural regeneration in the area of Trimdon. The awards will pay for a series of weekly sessions in activities such as early education, arts and crafts, basic ICT and healthy living for children aged 0-5 and parents, carers and grandparen

£1,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Aug 2004 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 Italy in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£875 New Opportunities Fund
28 Apr 2004 Trimdon Outdoor Bowls Club

This Group Promote The Sport Of Bowling In Their Area. The Award Means They Can Erect A Security Fence Around Their Bowling Green. Security Fence

£3,713 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Apr 2004 Trimdon Village Homing Society

This Homing Society Will Use An Award To Purchase Pigeon Racing Equipment, They Hope To Attract New Younger Members With The New Equipment. Pigeon Timing Clocks, Data Printer, Race Manager Software

£4,508 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
30 Oct 2003 Trimdon Colliery Homing Society

This Group Promotes And Takes Part In Pigeon Racing. They Will Use Their Award To Upgrade The Premises They Use As Headquarters, Making Them More Comfortable. They Will Also Purchase Equipment That Can Be Used By New Members. Panniers, Timing Clocks And P

£4,110 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
4 Jul 2003 The Little Rascals Trimdon Grange Parent & Toddler Group

This Group Provide Opportunities For Children To Learn Through Play. The Award Will Allow Them To Purchase Upgraded Toys, Including Some For Children With Special Needs And Go On 12 Visits. They Will Also Be Able To Run Training Courses For The Parents W

£4,247 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
4 Jul 2003 Rural Youth Project Steering Group

This Is A Youth Information Service For Young People Aged 14-24. The Group Has Requested Funds To Enable Them To Produce Art Work To Be Displayed In The Local Community Centre. They Will Be Taught Batik, Gutta Resist And Appliqui. The Award Will Pay For A

£578 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
4 Jul 2003 Trimdon Grange Community Centre

This Organisation Promotes The Benefit Of The Local Community. The Award Will Provide Disabled Toilet Facilities.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 May 2003 Trimdon Colliery Community Association

This Association Promotes The Benefit Of The Local Community. The Award Will Pay For Arts & Sports Activities And Outings.

£3,250 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
3 Mar 2003 Trimdon United Juniors Football Club

This football club provides footballing opportunities for people aged 7-17. The award will pay for additional equipment and coach education.

£1,624 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Deaf Hill Ward Regeneration Partnership

This New Group Aim To Improve Their Local Community So Increasing The Quality Of Life For The Residents Of Their Area. The Award Means They Can Host A Fun Day For Their Community And Purchase Some Display Boards To Promote Their Group.

£860 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Oct 2002 East Durham Play And Community Network

Out of the Bag - Environment Arts Project

£9,990 Arts Council England
12 Aug 2002 National Playday Steering Committee

This group has been formed to organise a National Playday celebration within the local area. They would like funds towards the cost of the event which will provide activities for children of different age

£4,285 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 May 2002 Trimdon 2000 Ltd

Trimdon 2000 is a community regeneration group. They want to set up a drop in centre for young people between the age of 12-17 to offer advice, support and information to empower them to take control of their own physical and metal development and well b

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Feb 2002 East Durham Play Network

This Group Promotes Quality Play Opportunities And Resources. They Currently Run A Toy Library. The Award Will Be Used To Provide Art Workshops Delivered By Professionals.

£4,940 Arts Council England
1 Feb 2002 Trimdon Grange Community Centre

This group provide a venue where the community can take part in different activities. The award will help to establish a pilot youth club for children aged 8-12 years.

£4,146 Community Fund
1 Feb 2002 Deaf Hill Primary School

This Group Would Like To Develop A New Out Of School Gymnastics Club For Young People.

£4,101 Sport England
5 Oct 2001 Trimdon 2000 Ltd

Trimdon's scheme has been set up in response to a village consultation that showed more than 50 per cent wanted information and communications technology (ICT) training. It plans to break down feelings of rural isolation and develop strong links with loc

£64,722 New Opportunities Fund
28 Sep 2001 Trimdon Station Residents Association

This group provide where residents of the community can become involved in the wide range of activities that they hold. The award will allow them to supply a drop in service for children aged between 8 and 11 years old.

£3,950 Community Fund
28 Sep 2001 Trimdon's Little Tykes

This new group wants to provide child care facilities, including a broad range of educational and social activities for children aged 0-5. They would like a contribution towards start-up costs and for an artist to work with older children and staff to pa

£4,670 Community Fund
18 May 2001 East Durham and Houghall Community College

A new ICT UK online centre will be sited at Trimdon Grange Community Centre that sits in an area of high need in the District of Sedgefield. Taster sessions will include basic programmes, internet training, and courses leading to Open College qualificatio

£11,872 New Opportunities Fund
2 Feb 2001 Trimdon Colliery Community Association

This group provides a venue for members of the community to take part in a wide range of recreational activities suitable for all ages. They want to create a mural and pay for equipment and coaching.volunteer expenses, sports/games equipment, arts materia

£4,136 Community Fund
2 Feb 2001 Trimdon Past and Present History Society

This Group Aim To Promote And Stimulate Interest In Heritage Of The Area Through Recording And Publishing Local History Materials. They Want To Purchase Display Equipment.Display Boards, Scanning And Laminating Material, Velcro Fixing Pads

£3,053 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2001 Trimdon United Juniors Football Club

This group provides competitive football and coaching for young boys and girls. They would like to purchase a set of strips for members who compete in tournaments. They also need new goal posts and equipment for junior players.a set of strips for tournam

£1,258 Sport England
29 Nov 2000 Rainbow Fun Club

This group provides a safe environment for children to interact, play and develop skills outside of school hours. They would like to provide outings, transport from school to the club for the children and a training and activity programme. The award is

£2,480 Community Fund
4 Oct 2000 The Little Rascals Trimdon Grange Parent & Toddler Group

This group provides facilities and opportunities for children to mix and play with others in educational and recreational activities and allows parents to meet other parents. The award will be used for a range of educational toys and play equipment for ba

£1,598 Community Fund
30 Aug 2000 Trimdon Village Hall

This project will improve the Village Hall & provide play equipment for young people. The one-year grant will contribute to the costs of the purchase and installation of play equipment.

£45,000 Community Fund
22 Aug 2000 East Durham Play Network

This Group Provides Affordable, High Quality Play Materials For Groups And Organisations In County Durham Working With Children. The Grant Will Support A Number Of Creative Workshops Including Jugglers, Puppets, Mask Making And Woodcraft.

£4,580 Arts Council England
10 Jul 2000 Trimdon Concert Brass Band

New instruments

£30,000 Arts Council England
3 Jul 2000 TARKA Ltd

This group is an umbrella support organisation for out of school childcare, operating mainly in Co. Durham but also in surrounding areas. The grant will be used to meet publicity costs and expenses to help raise awareness of the activities of the group.

£4,097 Community Fund
11 Apr 2000 Trimdon Grange Community Centre Association

This organisation provides social, recreational and educational activities for the local community. The grant will be used to create a mosaic for the community centre garden and will meet the cost of fees, materials and publicity\refreshments.

£1,848 Community Fund
11 Apr 2000 Trimdon Festival

The group has been established to plan and co-ordinate a series of events celebrating the millennium in the village. The grant will be use to meet the cost of holding a saxon pageant and folk festival.

£4,250 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Feb 2000 TARKA Ltd

The project will create 73 new holiday places on 2 sites for children living in seven communities in Darlington and Stockton on Tees. The project will benefit children and families where there currently is no holiday provision.

£32,850 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 TARKA Ltd

The grant will provide 478 additional places at 7 locations throughout County Durham suitable for children aged between 5-11 years. Some of these children experience behavioural difficulties necessitating high staff ratios.

£173,688 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 1999 Trimdon Grange Play Area Association

This project will construct a children's play area which will also serve as a focal point and meeting place for residents of the former mining community of Trimdon Grange. The one year grant will contribute to the costs of site development, equipment and

£63,817 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Trimdon Village Hall

This organisation runs a village hall which serves as a meeting place for residents of Trimdon Village, a former coal mining community. The project will provide cladding on the flat roofs of the extension and floodlights for the hall. The one year grant

£6,775 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Trimdon Colliery Community Association

A grant for redecoration and refurbishment of the community centre which provides many activities for local residents including a Breakfast Club, Friday Luncheon Club, a children's fun club and a mother and toddler group. The grant is for redecoration and

£5,000 Community Fund
27 Oct 1998 St Alban & St Paul Trimdon Station Parochial Church Council

The project will extend and upgrade the church hall. This one-year grant will pay for an extension, heating system, disabled facilities and refurbished kitchen.

£31,000 Community Fund
31 Aug 1998 Rainbow Fun Club

A group working with children after school and during holidays. The grant will fund equipment, visits and volunteers expenses. A group working with children after school and during holidays. The grant will fund equipment, visits and volunteers expenses.

£3,195 Community Fund
18 Sep 1997 East Durham Play Network

This project will increase play opportunities for children, training opportunities for volunteers and resources across a rural area. The grant, over three years, will be used to purchase a van and office equipment, employ a development worker, resource co

£114,431 Community Fund
1 Jul 1997 Trimdon Colliery Community Association

The group own a room which was formerly a classroom and provide a facility in a rural village and ex-colliery area of Sedgefield. The grant will enable an update to the central heating and a contribution towards essential building repairs.

£3,000 Community Fund