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|30 Nov 2015||North East Circus Development Trust
|£9,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2015||North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineer
The future of the Neville Hall and Nicholas Wood Memorial Library
|£65,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Nov 2015||St Thomas the Martyr Church, Newcastle upon Tyne
Reordering of the Church of St Thomas The Martyr: urgent repairs plus accessible lavatories
|£117,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Nov 2015||Matthew Pickering
|£2,894||Arts Council England|
|10 Nov 2015||Unfolding Theatre
Organisational development: building audiences
|£58,500||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 2015||Natural England Northumbria Team
|£1,844,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Oct 2015||Curiosity Creative Limited
Home is Where You Park It
|£9,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Oct 2015||Pottery Bank Community Centre Ltd
Pottery Bank Community Centre will use ?377,447 to support 1,500 women in the Walker area of Newcastle experiencing poverty by offering training to develop skills and create better opportunities. The project will focus on women who are unemployed, are lone parents and may have mental health issues. It will provide training, volunteering, employment training based around growing food at an allotment, cooking, eating healthily, running a community cafe, training in IT, literacy, numeracy.
|£377,447||Big Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 2015||The People s Theatre
The People s Theatre Redevelopment Project
|£100,000||Arts Council England|
|23 Sep 2015||Flora Whiteley
Art production, exhibition and events
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|23 Sep 2015||Northern Children s Book Festival
NCBF Gala Day 2015
|£14,829||Arts Council England|
|23 Sep 2015||Luca Rutherford
WhatISee(m) [working title]
|£9,990||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 2015||Dora Frankel Dance CIC
FERTILE GROUND - 2nd planting
|£63,000||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 2015||Daniel Bye
|£29,568||Arts Council England|
|15 Sep 2015||The Comfrey Project
The organisation will use the funding to run social activities and cookery lessons for asylum seekers and refugees. This will improve their well-being and assist in their integration into the community.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Sep 2015||Newcastle University Boat Club
New Boat for Beginners
|8 Sep 2015||Beech Hill Primary School
The school will use the funding to install all weather surfacing within the school grounds. This will enable children to access outdoor play equipment and activities throughout the year, encouraging them to be more active and improve their physical development.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 Sep 2015||Curiosity Creative Limited
The organisation will use the funding deliver story telling workshops for migrants and asylum seekers. This will enable the beneficiaries to challenge stereotyping, settle into their new communities and improved their general wellbeing.
|£9,877||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 2015||Newcastle NE1 Limited
This project will use the funding to set up an IT suite for its youth service. The new facility will support young people to engage with job searches, CV writing and employability skills to reduce the risk of unemployment, antisocial behaviour and deprivation.
|£9,525||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 2015||Newcastle Swahili Cultural Community
The group will use funding to deliver a series of soft skills workshops for BME members of the community with English as a second language. This will enable beneficiaries to practice new skills with the aim of reducing unemployment in the community.
|£9,770||Big Lottery Fund|
|26 Aug 2015||Precious Cargo
Into Thin Air (ITA) national tour
|£9,659||Arts Council England|
|26 Aug 2015||Northumbria Coalition Against Crime
The organisation will use the funding to provide counselling support for their service users. This will provide vulnerable young people who are offenders, ex-offenders or at risk of offending with professional one to one support and group workshops to help improve their self-esteem, confidence and behaviours to enable them to become active members of the community.
|£9,922||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Aug 2015||Food Nation CIC
The organisation will use the funding to set up a healthy eating takeaway restaurant. This will enable the organisation to create a new social enterprise which will provide an income stream, create jobs and training opportunities and provide healthy food and nutritional information to their customers.
|£9,913||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Aug 2015||Streetwise Young People's Project
The organisation will use the funding to establish a specific pool of sessional counsellors to respond directly to the increasing number of young people suffering from or at risk of self-harm and suicidal thoughts. This will improve the services of the organisation enabling them to respond quickly and provide counselling support to meet the needs of vulnerable young people.
|£6,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Aug 2015||North East Circus Development Trust
House of Light
|£14,800||Arts Council England|
|19 Aug 2015||Gareth Hudson
Finalising and exhibition of video art works
|£10,245||Arts Council England|
|19 Aug 2015||Bridge and Tunnel Voices
The funding will be used to work with young people aged 14-25 who are at risk of offending, or have experienced the justice system, to engage in positive and creative activities. They will produce digital artworks, helping them to share their stories, fears and experiences of stigma and deprivation to the wider community. This will help develop their project delivery skills and raise the profile of young people to prevent repeat offending.
|£9,514||Big Lottery Fund|
|14 Aug 2015||Rookie Friendship Group
The organisation will use the funding to offer rookie golf activities for local older people. This will provide opportunities for older people to socialise and reduce isolation and exclusion.
|£9,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Aug 2015||Aaron Guy
When did the shift in extraction begin
|£3,892||Arts Council England|
|4 Aug 2015||Curious Monkey Ltd
This project will be in collaboration with Right-Trak Children?s Home, providing workshops using theatrical tools like storytelling and communication, and group discussions for young people leaving care, culminating in a public event to raise awareness of the issues they face. It will provide a safe environment with positive and creative activities, and opportunities to develop theatrical skills to help improve confidence, life skills and aspirations, to assist with the transition out of care.
|£9,971||Big Lottery Fund|
|29 Jul 2015||Matthew Jones
V?rldens Band UK Tour 2015
|£5,847||Arts Council England|
|29 Jul 2015||Lindsay Duncanson
|£14,706||Arts Council England|
|29 Jul 2015||Ashfield Lodge Community Fund
The funding will be used to deliver a programme of social activities, including day trips and social evenings, for local older people. This will provide opportunities for people to get together and help reduce loneliness and isolation.
|£5,700||Big Lottery Fund|
|27 Jul 2015||Iris Steedman Residents Association
The funding will be used to offer a programme of activities for local older people, including theatre visits, day trips and game sessions. This will encourage older people to access social activities to reduce isolation and loneliness and provide mental stimulation.
|£6,455||Big Lottery Fund|
|24 Jul 2015||Dr Ryan House Residents Group
The funding will be used for staff to deliver a programme of activities for residents and other older people from the wider local community. This will bring older people together to reduce isolation, loneliness and depression.
|£3,880||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Jul 2015||The Friends of Summerhill Limited
The funding will be used to resurface the car park at the community building. This will provide safe access to the premises by wheelchair users and older people.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Jul 2015||Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts
Sciuriosity: Red Squirrels United
|£1,303,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Jul 2015||PopUp Initiative
Practice makes Practice
|£77,481||Arts Council England|
|15 Jul 2015||AV Festival
|£23,989||Arts Council England|
|15 Jul 2015||Nick Kennedy
Degrees of Freedom
|£3,741||Arts Council England|
|15 Jul 2015||Caroline Pearce
Empire of the Rats_the play
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Jul 2015||Gary Kitching and Company
New theatre production: Me and Mr C
|£14,356||Arts Council England|
|14 Jul 2015||Sandyford Park Residents Social Committee
The funding will be used for a variety of social activities, including physical activities such as boccia and golf, visits to the local theatre and entertainment events, for older people. This will help combat loneliness and isolation.
|£9,830||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Jul 2015||Silverline Care Support Services Community Interest Company
The funding will be used to start up a weekly day club for older people living with mild to moderate stage dementia. This will provide opportunities for meaningful activity and socialisation for people who would otherwise experience loneliness and isolation.
|£9,990||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Jul 2015||Riverside Community Health Project
This will be delivered on the Benwell and Scotswood and Elswick wards of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. It will support disadvantaged new arrivals to the country, addressing basic needs and bring the diverse communities together to tackle the effects of poverty on individuals, families and the wider community. This will be achieved by addressing barriers to appropriate services, building social networks and reducing friction between existing and new communities.
|£385,631||Big Lottery Fund|
|9 Jul 2015||Sally Madge
Revisiting Lisa s House
|£4,500||Arts Council England|
|9 Jul 2015||Gillie Kleiman
Participation/Performance: DANCE CLASS & Recreation
|£12,194||Arts Council England|
|9 Jul 2015||Zoe Murtagh
|£8,586||Arts Council England|
|6 Jul 2015||Newcastle City Council
|£48,000||Arts Council England|
|6 Jul 2015||Rookie Sports Ltd
The organisation will use the funding to offer Rookie Golf activities for local people with long term chronic conditions that affect their physical and mental health and wellbeing. This will provide accessible low impact physical activities for beneficiaries so they can manage their conditions, improve their confidence and self esteem and socialise regularly.
|£9,978||Big Lottery Fund|
|2 Jul 2015||Ex Factor Health & Fitness Club
The funding will be used to continue delivering health and fitness sessions for older people. This will improve the mobility, strength, general health and wellbeing of older people so they can become more active in their community.
|£6,406||Big Lottery Fund|
|2 Jul 2015||Newcastle Council for Voluntary Service
This is a new project which is based on addressing gaps in existing services and advocacy support for people with long term neurological conditions. Neurological conditions manifest in the brain or spine and include Parkinson?s Disease, MS, brain injury, Muscular Dystrophy and autism. People with neurological conditions often suffer from cognitive, behavioural, physical and emotional problems.
|£369,291||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Jul 2015||Anton Hecht
Darlington Festival of Flipbooks
|£6,200||Arts Council England|
|30 Jun 2015||The Caddy Shacks
The organisation will use the funding to provide training to committee members and volunteers, purchase additional equipment and rent a larger venue for activities. This will enable the group to increase the range of activities available to adults with disabilities, dementia and other additional needs to reduce isolation, help beneficiaries to integrate into their communities and improve wellbeing through social, physical and cultural activities and visits.
|£9,989||Big Lottery Fund|
|29 Jun 2015||Byker Community Association
The organisation will use the funding to create a support and social group for Gay and Bisexual men from the area. This will enable the organisation to raise awareness of the issues facing this marginalised group of people and promote equality and diversity within the community.
|£8,165||Big Lottery Fund|
|24 Jun 2015||!Vamos! Festival Ltd
|£12,000||Arts Council England|
|24 Jun 2015||NHS Newcastle Gateshead Clinical Commissioning Group
This six month development grant will allow Ways to Wellness Limited (W2W) to obtain technical support to launch a seven yea social impact bond (SIB) with Newcastle West Clinical Commissioning Group. This will provide improved social prescribing to 5,000 patients with long term conditions per year in North East England. W2W aim to develop strategies to attract investors, financial measures and legal arrangements for service, support and marketing arrangements to deliver the SIB.
|£1,999,850||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Jun 2015||Joelene English
February 11th 1963
|£28,580||Arts Council England|
|18 Jun 2015||Workers' Educational Association Green Branch
The organisation will use the funding to research social enterprise businesses and produce learning materials. This will enable the organisation to help community members to research, plan and launch their own social enterprises which will create employment opportunities and economic activity within the community.
|£9,910||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Jun 2015||Lee Etherington
European Festivals Partnerships Development (AIDF)
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|16 Jun 2015||Action Foundation
The aim of the project is to provide a range of skills based classes to new arrivals to the country. The project will have a specific community focus, promoting integration through education with a range of classes including 'Skills for Life', numeracy and employability courses..
|£398,916||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Jun 2015||Your Back Yard CIC
The organisation will use the funding to develop an environmental tasks force involving residents, students and school children to help improve the Shieldfield estate with support from Groundwork STAN. This will provide volunteering opportunities, bringing residents together and supporting them to make changes and address environmental concerns including fly-tipping, litter, graffiti and run down public spaces.
|£9,500||Big Lottery Fund|
|11 Jun 2015||St Robert of Newminster RC Church, Morpeth
St Robert's External Repairs - saving hidden heritage
|£193,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Jun 2015||Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
England's Northern Cavalry
|£450,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Jun 2015||City of God Christian Centre
The organisation will use the funding to develop a community kitchen. This will enable the organisation to provide meals for lonely and isolated people from the community and enable them to teach basic cooking skills to members of the community.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Jun 2015||Robyn Hambrook
R&D for The Munitionettes
|£13,390||Arts Council England|
|10 Jun 2015||Print Making A Mark
Scrum Down - Print Forward
|£12,250||Arts Council England|
|10 Jun 2015||Lyn Hagan
The Mexican Mafia and Me
|£10,222||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2015||Bridge + Tunnel Voices
LIFELINES: Digital Storytelling Across Cultures
|£25,000||Arts Council England|
|3 Jun 2015||Button Box Theatre Company
An Illuminating Yarn
|£1,450||Arts Council England|
|2 Jun 2015||Get Mindfuel CIC
The organisation will use the funding to provide group sessions, workshops and one to one support for young people who have experienced homelessness, and training for staff working on the project to improve their support services and promote understanding of the project and access to the young people. This will provide support and intervention activities to help improve the mental health and wellbeing of the young people, and capacity building to help ensure the future sustainability of the project.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Jun 2015||Newcastle United Foundation
The organisation will use the funding to plan and co-ordinate weekly health walks for the local community. This will enable the organisation to break down the barriers of social exclusion whilst encouraging people to take regular exercise.
|£7,486||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 May 2015||Denton Youth & Community Project Limited
The organisation will use the project to refurbish the kitchen of their community centre. This will improve the facilities, activities, training and events, of the centre for the growing number of residents and community groups who use the amenities to access and enjoy.
|£9,991||Big Lottery Fund|
|27 May 2015||Daniel Bye
Going Viral & Error 404 - Touring 2015/16
|£14,266||Arts Council England|
|27 May 2015||Tusk Music
TUSK Festival 2015
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|27 May 2015||Tessa Parr
(working title) Can I wait with you?
|£4,935||Arts Council England|
|20 May 2015||Paul Miller
Rory s Studio - Company Development
|£17,769||Arts Council England|
|19 May 2015||Tyneside Cinema
Random Acts Networks Centre North
|£600,000||Arts Council England|
|19 May 2015||The Junction 42 Foundation
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a media project involving creating films of ex-offenders journeys to successful employment and enterprise opportunities, provide client facing support and advice, and create a new database for their new Job Club.
|£9,107||Big Lottery Fund|
|14 May 2015||Great Run Local Ltd
Great Swim Local Pilot
|13 May 2015||Association of North East Councils
The Journal Culture Awards 2014
|£14,955||Arts Council England|
|6 May 2015||Newcastle Libraries
Marigold TV and Digital Project
|£14,000||Arts Council England|
|1 May 2015||The Childrens Foundation Limited
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a family fun day at Kirkley Hall towards celebrating their 25th Anniversary. This will provide various activities for families to enjoy, and raise awareness and support for the organisations future plans especially related to addressing children's mental health issues in the local community.
|£6,656||Big Lottery Fund|
|29 Apr 2015||Peter J Evans
New work for B39 exhibition and beyond
|£14,976||Arts Council England|
|27 Apr 2015||St John's Primary School, Newcastle upon Tyne
Women at War West Newcastle 1914 - 1918
|£8,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Apr 2015||North of England Civic Trust
|£10,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Apr 2015||The Elders Council of Newcastle Limited
The organisation will use the funding to extend their activities and services to a more diverse section of older people in the community, by holding five neighbourhood conversation events, increasing their newsletter distribution. This will enable the organisation to attract new members, encourage dialogue between beneficiaries on how to improve their quality of life, and provide them with a social network, reducing their loneliness and encouraging them to become more active members of the community.
|£9,800||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Apr 2015||Kenton Park Community Association
Wknd wind up
|15 Apr 2015||Greshauna Sanders
Harambee Pasadia NE 2015
|£14,139||Arts Council England|
|14 Apr 2015||Design Event
Northern Design Festival
|£59,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Apr 2015||Faye Green
|£5,660||Arts Council England|
|31 Mar 2015||The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of
The organisation will use the funding to update its central heating system. This will enable the organisation to heat the building and accommodate user groups in comfort the whole year round.
|£9,600||Big Lottery Fund|
|31 Mar 2015||Walbottle Village Primary School
The organisation will use the funding to make improvements to its outdoor play and learning facilities. This will enable the organisation to facilitate one to one and group support for children, especially those with Special Educational Needs which will assist in the children?s development and address behavioural issues.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|31 Mar 2015||Circa Contemporary Art Projects Limited
The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community project consisting of five social dinner events, involving training community groups including refugees, asylum seekers, unemployed and older people to create menus and the events for hard to reach groups, culminating in the production of a recipe book. This will bring people from different cultures together and encourage dialogue around food and cultures, providing them with training and learning opportunities to aid their integration.
|£3,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|30 Mar 2015||Heaton Manor School
The organisation will use the funding to deliver circus skills training for migrant students and pay a researcher to evaluate the effectiveness of the skills training on the students. This will improve communication, behaviour and educational attainment of participants and enable the school to evaluate the effectiveness of the activities for future projects.
|£9,852||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Mar 2015||Tyneside Cinema
BFI Film Academy regional fund - North East
|£3,000||British Film Institute|
|23 Mar 2015||Newcastle City Council
A development grant of ?149,661 for Newcastle City Council will support children and young people, including those aged 6-17 suffering abuse and neglect, and aged 11-17 displaying challenging behaviours. This eight month development grant will help to develop a ?7m Multi Systemic Therapy (MST) and MST Child Abuse and Neglect Social Impact Bond through legal support, development of outcomes, assessing beneficiary needs and related support.
|£149,661||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Mar 2015||Gosforth Central Middle School in association with Gosforth
Gosforth in the Great War
|£9,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Mar 2015||Voluntary Organisations' Network North East
Voluntary Organisations' Network North East
|£11,918||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Mar 2015||!Vamos! Festival Ltd
|£268,000||Arts Council England|