Lottery grants awarded to North Tyneside, North East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
15 Nov 2017 Julie Egdell

Alice in Winterland Tour

£13,500 Arts Council England
15 Nov 2017 Jazz North East Ltd

Jazz North East Concert and Workshop Programme 2018

£14,861 Arts Council England
22 Sep 2017 Blowin a Hooley

The Filleting Machine Autumn Tour

£9,373 Arts Council England
22 Sep 2017 Gary Wilkinson

Alcohol Fuelled Violence LIVE: Sub2

£7,767 Arts Council England
30 Aug 2017 Identity on Tyne

Otherness: exploring stories of immigration within the North East during the First World War

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2017 Barnardo's

Unveiling the hidden LGBT heritage in North Tyneside

£49,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2017 St. Mark's Parish Church Council

The project will install new drainage and artificial turf within their church grounds to address waterlogging issues. This will ensure a safe environment to offer a wider range of activities and events for local people.

£5,380 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2017 Monkhouse Primary School

The school will install outdoor fitness equipment to improve facilities and provide physical activities to help improve the pupils? behaviour, attainment, health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2017 Tyne Metropolitan College

Activity & Wellbeing

£136,000 Sport England
10 Jul 2017 Whitley Bay High School

The school will run entrepreneur and self-employment after school clubs for pupils and young people in the wider community. This will engage young people in setting up and running their own businesses and selling products at a real market, with support from business experts. The project will help young people to develop practical business, entrepreneurial and transferrable skills, and enhance their career and employment opportunities.

£9,846 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 The Phoenix Detached Youth Project

The aim of the project is to work with disadvantaged young people aged 12-25 to develop their ideas and support their life choices and education through detached youth work, one-to-one and group work. The four main themes for this project will focus on improved life skills, health and wellbeing, resilience and employability. The group will encourage and inspire individuals through a range of flexible activities.

£283,726 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jun 2017 Shiremoor Adventure Playground Trust

The project will help children and young people to develop skills as junior playworkers and support them on a residential training course. This will provide volunteering opportunities for young people to help plan activities. It will also help the group to gain accreditation through Play England?s Quality in Play scheme and improve playwork services for the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2017 St John's Court Social Group

The project will purchase gardening and outdoor games equipment, and provide physical activities, cultural and leisure trips for residents and their friends and families. This will bring older people together and help to improve their wellbeing.

£5,694 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jun 2017 LD:NorthEast

The project will engage people with learning disabilities who are experiencing loneliness, isolation and exclusion. The group will target people who don't normally qualify for Adult Social Care support. The aim of this will be to support their independence, health and wellbeing, social networks and provide assistance in accessing services and facilities. Using a person-centred model - each person will receive home visits to develop a life action plan and an emergency information and support plan.

£397,155 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jun 2017 North Tyneside Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£198,214 Sport England
7 Jun 2017 Westmoor Primary School

The school will build an amphitheatre and provide creative, dance and performance activities to help children with low attainment levels improve their communication and literacy skills and increase their confidence and aspirations.

£9,265 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 North Tyneside Disability Forum

Spinning the yarn - a social cultural and historic record in craftwork

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 North Tyneside Disability Forum

Our Folk - Our Songs - Our Lives

£49,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2017 Shiremoor Health Advice Resource Project

The project will purchase a container to store donated furniture and other household equipment, and hire a van to move the equipment. This will provide a place to enable people from deprived backgrounds to store their furniture when moving home, and enable them to purchase household furniture and goods.

£9,901 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 The Charlton Chickadees

The project will offer their residents weekly taster sessions and intergenerational activities involving local school children. Sessions will include gardening, music, photography, educational trips and arts and crafts and an exhibition of their work at a local centre. The project will help reduce the social isolation of older people with dementia, develop their skills and improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Cloud Nine Theatre Productions

Rainbird - A Painter's Tragedy

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Ivy Road Primary School

The school will install outdoor gym equipment to improve play and exercise facilities and encourage children to be more active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 The Cedarwood Trust

The Cedarwood Trust

£49,538 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 The Cedarwood Trust

The group will use the funding to convert a disused car park into a new play facility for children in the Meadow Well Estate in North Tyneside. Working in partnership with local people, the project will provide regular activities run by trained volunteers and provide a safe and secure space that helps children be more active and healthy. It will also help reduce anti-social behaviour on the estate.

£49,538 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 North Tyneside Art Studio

The project aims to improve the quality of life for those who suffer with mental health problems. Open structured activities will be delivered to allow service users to identify subjects they wish to explore. The service provides artistic and creative activities ? allowing individuals to freely express themselves and showcase their art in the wider community. They will also engage in personal and professional development sessions to encourage their own recovery.

£366,910 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 North Tyneside Council

Activate North Tyneside

£35,294 Sport England
19 Apr 2017 Musicwonders.org Community Interest Company

The project will run a summer school for children from Bridgewater Primary School to engage disadvantaged children over the summer holidays and inspire them to achieve upon their return to school.

£6,310 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Wallsend Memorial Hall & People's Centre

The project will establish a weekly luncheon club and group activities for older people, unemployed people and those who are socially isolated within the community. The activities will help people to improve their mental and physical health and wellbeing.

£9,110 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 New Prospects Association Limited

Whitley Bay Carnival 2017 - WILD (resubmission)

£14,827 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency

The project will build a new website, and develop a customer relationship management system and digital database of voluntary and community sector groups they work with. This will help improve the group's information, advice and support services, provide an online resource centre of information, guides, newsletters and e-bulletins for service users and information on volunteering opportunities.

£7,720 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 North Tyneside District Disability Forum

Equally Active

£6,540 Sport England
27 Mar 2017 Miss KJ Richardson

Pillars of Dawn

£30,000 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2017 Collingwood Primary School

Passchendaele: ‘«ˇFinding Our Local Fallen‘«÷

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Monkseaton High School

The school will provide an after school programme of music technology and performing arts for students aged 13-16. This will help young people to develop and improve their creative skills in a positive environment and provide a diversion to anti-social behaviour.

£5,803 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2017 The Catholic Fellowship Newcastle

The project will continue to provide transport for adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities to access the club's weekly social and recreational activities. This will enable the club to expand and reach new members, which will reduce isolation and provide respite for carers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Benton Dene School

The school will deliver a programme of lunchtime physical activity sessions in dance, multi-sports and outdoor activities for their pupils. The sessions will culminate in a celebration event with other local special schools. The project will enable children to lead an activity and achieve a leadership award. This will help children to improve their confidence, communication, independence and social and physical development.

£9,702 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 East Howdon Community Association

The project will deliver weekly cooking and food growing sessions for disadvantaged families in East Howdon and Percy Main. The sessions will help families learn how to grow their own produce, and prepare and cook healthy meals.

£8,692 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Coordination of French Speakers Resident in the North East

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Newcastle with beneficiaries throughout Tyne and Wear. The project will run training events and seminars for refugees and migrants from French speaking countries. The training sessions will be facilitated by successful people of refugee backgrounds who will act as role models. They will help participants to develop their skills, confidence and aspirations, improve their opportunities and integration into British society.

£9,698 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 CAMEO (Come and meet each other)

The project will continue to deliver mental health awareness workshops for service users and local students. They will provide counselling sessions for members of the community, promote understanding of mental health issues, and provide interventions and coping mechanisms to improve wellbeing.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Whitley and Monkseaton Bowling Club

This project will use the funding to refurbish the interior of their clubhouse, with new kitchen facilities, lockers, tables and chairs. This will improve the health and safety standards of the venue and encourage new members ensuring the club's future sustainability. This will enable existing and new members, many of them older people to enjoy the social and recreational activities of bowling.

£4,909 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Shiremoor Primary School

The funding will be used to install outdoor fitness equipment within their school grounds. The project aims to improve the outdoor facilities of the school and provide activities to help aid the physical development of their pupils and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 YMCA North Tyneside

Hands across the Tyne: Exploring shared history of communities separated by the Tyne

£40,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2017 Woodlawn School

The school will install artificial grass surfacing to provide a safe environment for pupils, many of whom have physical disabilities and complex needs. This will ensure the children can access play activities throughout the year.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2017 North Tyneside VODA

The project will support vulnerable residents in North Tyneside, many of whom feel excluded from society as a result of severe and enduring mental health problems, learning disabilities and poor physical health. They will be supported to develop and carry out their own social action projects within the area. This will benefit the communities in which they take place, by meeting a specific need or addressing an identified issue.

£115,444 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2017 Percy Park RFC

Restructure of existing changing rooms

£75,000 Sport England
29 Jan 2017 1st Forest Hall Guides

The project will deliver social enterprise training and activities for young women from their unit, including workshops, support from mentors and trips to workplaces. This will help young women to develop entrepreneurial, business and employability skills, and engage them in creating social enterprises to address issues within their communities.

£6,950 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jan 2017 The Percy Hedley Foundation

Community Coaching for Disabled Young People

£7,352 Sport England
4 Jan 2017 Mona McCarthy

Just the 3.14 of us

£15,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2016 Mental Health Concern

Moving on Tyne and Wear (MOTW) aims to make a real difference to the lives of 1,620 people in Tyne and Wear whose primary barrier to employment is a health issue. The support provided will help participants to progress towards and into education, training, job search and employment.

£2,493,243 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2016 Park View Project

What happened to those men who didn't go to war - WW1 The Bigger Picture

£8,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2016 Linskill & North Tyneside Community Development Trust

Linskill's 'life after school' - our building, our community. 32 years of Linskill's community history

£56,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2016 Linskill Healthy Walks Community Interest Company

The project will offer longer 30 minute walks to patients to monitor their health and fitness over a fixed period of time and help improve their wellbeing. The group will publicise their existing walks, and provide events, trips and information sessions on nutrition, diet, portion sizes and understanding food labels. This will encourage the people in wider community to lead healthy lifestyles and become more physically active.

£6,970 Big Lottery Fund
6 Dec 2016 The Meadows

This project will support local residents to be independent, enabling them to lead healthy purposeful lives. It will address the issues that are preventing them from engaging with work such as mental ill health and substance misuse. Participants will take a baseline skills assessment and with support develop a learning plan with clear targets. Support will be given to help manage job-seeking activities. This aims to break the cycle of unemployment and long held attitudes around life-chances in the area.

£475,635 Big Lottery Fund
5 Dec 2016 Hadrian Park Primary School

The school will purchase outdoor gym equipment and provide physical activities to encourage children, families and community groups to be more active and lead healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Nov 2016 North Tyneside Disability Forum

Tales of Children's Lives during WW1

£7,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Nov 2016 North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency (V

A heritage project exploring the role of North Shields fishermen during World War One

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Nov 2016 Samantha Goodlet

Sculptures along the railway lines

£8,508 Arts Council England
14 Nov 2016 Carville Primary School

The school will install outdoor gym equipment and all weather surfacing to provide a safe place for play and physical activities for children and the wider community. This will help improve health and fitness.

£9,650 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Skills to Shine UK Community Interest Company

The project will set up three after school social enterprise challenges for disadvantaged young people aged 11 to 16 in Sunderland. The young people will be encouraged to develop innovative enterprising solutions to problems that matter to them in their communities. This will increase their employability skills, raise aspirations and improve their confidence.

£9,540 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 The Basement Project

The project will extend activities to deliver after school youth training courses for hard to reach young people. This will enable the young people to gain qualifications in areas such as volunteering and mentoring and provide a diversion from anti-social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2016 Africawad Recycling Community Interest Company

The project will train African women refugees who volunteer at their recycling depot in Newcastle upon Tyne in packing, labelling and dispatching clothes. This will help the women develop confidence and experience, and will also reduce isolation and depression amongst African women refugees.

£9,313 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2016 Acorns (North Tyneside)

The project supports children and young people, who have witnessed and/or experienced domestic and sexual violence and abuse and as a result have suffered with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties related to those experiences. The project has been developed to increase capacity and introduce more support around the initial safety of the child, as well as working with women and families offering parenting skills training.

£497,615 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Show Racism the Red Card

The project will deliver anti racism workshops for young people with special educational needs at Newcastle Bridges school to challenge and prevent racist ideas, attitudes and incidents and promote equality and understanding of different cultures. Teachers will receive training to ensure the sustainability of the project.

£9,754 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2016 Hullabaloo Research CIC

The project will use the funding to test the feasibility of creating a peer-to-peer learning resource for people affected by long term chronic illnesses such as MS, diabetes and dementia. The project will create an online bank of information, that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people and carers affected by chronic illness, to help them self-manage their condition.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2016 North Terrace Allotment Association

The organisation will use the funding to replace the internal water pipe and communal taps of their allotment site. This will improve the facilities and enable the members including, families, older people and people with mobility issues, to continue to enjoy the health benefits of the gardening activities.

£870 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Redesdale Primary School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment with all-weather surfacing and provide social and physical play activities for pupils and local children?s community groups, to aid their development and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 identity on tyne

Presence

£15,000 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Sneha Solanki

Research and Development: A to Z Unit

£14,840 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Silverdale School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment and provide outdoor physical activities and healthy eating advice for pupils with special educational needs and members of the wider community. This will encourage beneficiaries to become more active and improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Amberley Primary School

The school will use the funding to improve the outdoor facilities with new outdoor fitness equipment. This will provide physical activities to encourage children to be more active, and help improve their concentration and attainment levels.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2016 The Vine St Mary's Branch

The organisation will use funding to implement an ICT club for older members of the community to help reduce isolation and enable beneficiaries to access online information and services, such as shopping and healthcare advice.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2016 Anthony Lo-Giudice

Savages

£27,442 Arts Council England
1 Sep 2016 Northern Proud Voices

The organisation will use the funding to mark its fifth year and fund a programme of choir performances at community events throughout the North East. The events will culminate in the choir taking part in the Hand in Hand biennial national Festival of LGBT choirs in Manchester in June 2017. The group will run stalls to promote the benefits of the choir and its performances, and reach out and support new potential members from the LGBT community at risk of social isolation.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
30 Aug 2016 Maximum Impact Christian Centre

The project will hold a variety of multicultural, intergenerational events to break down cultural barriers and provide the community with an opportunity to experience various cultures. The events will feature music, poetry, traditional meals and a fashion show.

£9,925 Big Lottery Fund
30 Aug 2016 The Cedarwood Trust

The project will bring the community together for a festival of events which will coincide with the opening of a new community centre. Activities on a healthy heart theme will celebrate all that is good in this deprived community.

£7,410 Big Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2016 The Meadows

The organisation will use the funding to carry out research into the changing needs and behaviours of residents affected by alcohol abuse in the North East. They will work with a range of stakeholders to help understand issues that cause treatment resistance, and potential pathways, and will create a model for intervention to aid beneficiaries? transition into treatment and recovery.

£8,887 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2016 John Topping

An experiment in virtual environment

£16,123 Arts Council England
4 Aug 2016 Rachel Johnson

Trapped

£14,942 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2016 Christina Kolaiti

Mal de Debarquement

£1,200 Arts Council England
25 Jul 2016 Difference

The organisation will use the funding to hire a development worker to develop a business plan, and look at the structure, policies, procedures, and promotion of their services. This will build the capacity of the organisation to provide a voice for disabled people, help address their needs, and promote their human rights and equality in the North East.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 North Tyneside Art Studio Ltd

Transforming Service: Transforming Lives - the history of North Tyneside Art Studio

£39,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2016 North Tyneside Disability Forum

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a pilot project of weekly activity sessions for disabled older people. This will involve a steering group of older people to help plan and deliver the sessions, and provide activities to reduce the social isolation of beneficiaries and improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,875 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Park View Project

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of IT and journalism training for older people in the community. This will help reduce social isolation, enable participants to access services online, and develop their journalism, communication and social media skills, to provide an online community resource providing information on activities, local groups and charities.

£9,905 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2016 Seaton Burn Cricket Club

Junior Cricket Relaunch

£3,120 Sport England
12 Jul 2016 Sir James Knott Memorial Nursery School

The nursery school will use the funding to develop a creative play area and install safety surfacing for their early years children. They will also provide new parent workshops and fun days, to help aid the development of their pupils through active play.

£9,955 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2016 Shiremoor Adventure Playground Trust

Adventure Playgrounds in North Tyneside; where have they gone?

£40,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2016 Norham High School

The school will use the funding to provide a shared resource of camping and expedition equipment for their pupils and students from neighbouring Churchill Community College. This will enable children and young people from the disadvantaged area to complete the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme, to improve their skills, aspirations and future prospects.

£5,570 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2016 Whitley Bay Young Peoples Centre Limited

The organisation will use the funding to expand their activities to deliver urban arts workshops during school holidays and open them up to younger members. This will provide positive diversionary activities and accredited awards for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, including a showcase event, film and photography sessions, and a trip to an arts festival.

£9,798 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 East End Youth and Community Centre Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of outdoor activities for young people, including researching local wildlife, encouraging conservation awareness and making animal habitats. This will provide children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with positive diversionary activities, enable them to explore the outdoors, and develop their confidence, self-esteem, social, and team working skills to help them reach their full potential.

£8,650 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 The Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

This project is for the refurbishment and modernisation of the existing building. This project will mean rooms currently not let due to poor condition will become available to more charities and service provider partners offering counselling, employability support, day services for disabled people, support for young people affected by domestic abuse, language skills and victim support. Currently 4,650 people use the community facilities per month and this project will attract an additional 2,500 people.

£699,423 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 Blue Flames Sporting Club Limited

Sports Hall Resurfacing Project

£94,137 Sport England
6 Jun 2016 Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

This project is for the refurbishment and modernisation of the existing building. This project will mean rooms currently not let due to poor condition will become available to more charities and service provider partners offering counselling, employability support, day services for disabled people, support for young people affected by domestic abuse, language skills and victim support. Currently 4,650 people use the community facilities per month and this project will attract an additional 2,500 people.

£699,423 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

This project is for the refurbishment and modernisation of the existing building. This project will mean rooms currently not let due to poor condition will become available to more charities and service provider partners offering counselling, employability support, day services for disabled people, support for young people affected by domestic abuse, language skills and victim support. Currently 4,650 people use the community facilities per month and this project will attract an additional 2,500 people.

£735,663 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2016 North Tyneside Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£20,000 Sport England
3 Jun 2016 North Tyneside Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£20,000 Sport England
26 May 2016 Star of the Sea Primary School

The Menace Beneath the Waves: Unrestricted Submarine Warfare and the North East

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 YMCA North Tyneside

What's for dinner Mam: how everyday food changed during the War

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 St John's Church, Killingworth

Killingworth Somme Centenary Walk

£3,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 May 2016 North Tyneside Council

St Mary‘«÷s Lighthouse and Visitor Centre

£2,249,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 May 2016 Mental Health Concern

The funding will be used to develop an outreach programme improving links between the full spectrum of health and employability services. It will be used for co-production of service design, development of evaluation framework, further research of need and mapping of existing services, preparation and writing of business plan, administrative support, marketing and communications, and delivery partner procurement process, including legal input to partnership agreements and governance arrangements.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund