Lottery grants awarded to North Shields in 2015

25 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
17 Dec 2015 Tyne Gateway Trust

Tyne Gateway Trust

£180,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2015 St Paul's Community Partnership (Willington Quay)

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of training and support in basic maths. This will help people become more confident in managing finances, help them cope with the changes in the universal credit systems and give them better chances in life.

£9,255 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2015 Kimoci

The group will use the funding to deliver creative workshops in glass fusing for service users of Tyneside Women?s Health, which supports women with mental health issues. This will provide creative activities to help improve confidence, self-esteem and mental health.

£4,568 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2015 Someone Cares Limited

Male survivors of childhood rape, sexual assault or abuse in North Tyneside, Northumberland and Gateshead will be supported by a project run by Someone Cares which receives ?204,035. Referrals will be taken from local drug and alcohol agencies, rape crisis and local GPs.

£204,035 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Waterville Primary School

For Those in Peril on the Sea: Investigating the First World War at Sea

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Oct 2015 Tynemouth Rowing Club

Improving safety and widening opportunities to row at TRC

£10,000 Sport England
30 Sep 2015 North Tyneside Carers' Centre

This is a new project which aims to bring lasting change to around 2,000 adult carers so that they can have a life outside of their caring role. The project will provide information and training to improve their confidence, skills and knowledge. Social activities will give carers the chance to take a break from caring including card making and flower arranging. Health and wellbeing sessions will focus on carers looking after their own health and will include relaxation techniques.

£365,287 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 The King's Priory School

The school will use the funding to install outdoor table tennis equipment. This will provide pupils with a safe environment for recreation activities during break times and lunchtimes, aid development and encourage them to become more physically active.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
18 Sep 2015 Independent Advocacy North East

The organisation will use the funding to deliver an advocacy support service for older people from local residential homes. They will train new volunteers, provide information packs and drop in sessions to improve their confidence and enable them to live independently and participate more actively in community.

£9,963 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Cloud Nine Theatre Productions Ltd

Restaging of Death at Dawn WW1 Play

£14,000 Arts Council England
20 Aug 2015 Cedarwood Trust

The organisation will use funding to train volunteers to become community play champions and deliver a series of play activities for children and young people on the Meadow Well estate. This will provide beneficiaries with structured, positive activities out of school hours, with the aim of reducing obesity and anti social behaviour on the estate.

£9,698 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2015 Tynemouth Blind Welfare Society

The organisation will use the funding to purchase fitness equipment and craft materials with which to run regular activity sessions for people with vision impairment. This will enable the organisation to bring visually impaired people together in a social environment to engage in activities which will help improve fitness whilst address issues relating to social isolation.

£9,453 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 The Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

Development funding for professional fees and surveys for planned improvement works on community centre to greatly improve disabled access to the building, significantly enhancing the experience of the large number of wheel chair users and their carers who currently visit the centre. These improvements will allow them and other groups to see more beneficiaries and be able to utilise more of the centre?s rooms more easily. Usage will increase from current footfall of 4,650 visitors per month to over 6,500.

£33,335 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 The Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

Development funding for professional fees and surveys for planned improvement works on community centre to greatly improve disabled access to the building, significantly enhancing the experience of the large number of wheel chair users and their carers who currently visit the centre. These improvements will allow them and other groups to see more beneficiaries and be able to utilise more of the centre?s rooms more easily. Usage will increase from current footfall of 4,650 visitors per month to over 6,500.

£32,811 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 Linskill and North Tyneside Community Development Trust

Development funding for professional fees and surveys for planned improvement works on community centre to greatly improve disabled access to the building, significantly enhancing the experience of the large number of wheel chair users and their carers who currently visit the centre. These improvements will allow them and other groups to see more beneficiaries and be able to utilise more of the centre?s rooms more easily. Usage will increase from current footfall of 4,650 visitors per month to over 6,500.

£32,811 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Friends of Linskill Park

The funding will be used to develop a social activity programme for residents of its special housing complex with outings, music tuition, gentle exercise and creative activities. The group will provide a regular programme of activities for older people with additional mental health or physical needs to reduce the risk of isolation and encourage creative activities to support health and wellbeing in a dementia-friendly and supportive environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2015 Collingwood Bowling Club

The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment to enable them to restore their bowling green to prime condition. This will enable the organisation to reduce social isolation by reopening the neglected bowling green for use by the community.

£9,458 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2015 East End Youth and Community Centre Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to provide activities for children and young people during school Summer Holidays. This will enable the organisation to engage young people in positive activities which will act as a diversion from anti-social behaviour and petty crime.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2015 Northumbria World War One Commemoration Project

Commemorating the WW1 sacrifice of the urban and mining communities of North Tyneside

£72,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 Space for Peace UK

This project will deliver a series of activities, culminating in a conference, themed around peace. It will support vulnerable and deprived members of the community, including those suffering from abuse, antisocial behaviour, social exclusion and mental health issues, to help improve their circumstances and wellbeing. Activities include the installation of a peace tree, workshops, family courses, engagement with mental health organisations and knitting courses that also include mindfulness.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2015 St Peter, Balkwell

The organisation will use the funding to arrange youth activity sessions two nights each week as well as a week long holiday club. This will enable the organisation to offer diversionary activities for young people from the community in order to reduce the incidence of anti-social behaviour.

£8,175 Big Lottery Fund
9 Apr 2015 Northern Butterflies

The organisation will use the funding to continue to deliver a variety of art sessions to enable their members with disabilities and learning difficulties to work with the wider community, with the aim of creating a number of outdoor art sculptures to be placed at local parks. This will provide stimulating activities for young adults with disabilities and learning difficulties, enable them to gain a sense of achievement and allow them to engage with the wider community.

£8,840 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2015 Linskill Healthy Walks Community Interest Company

The organisation will use the funding to develop a wider range of walks and activities such as short therapeutic walks for people with health problems, short distances to encourage people to improve their fitness, nature walks and longer walks for more fit members. This will enable the group to provide a wider range of walking activities to accommodate more members with a wider range of abilities and needs in order to promote walking as a healthy and therapeutic form of exercise and recreation.

£5,828 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2015 The Catholic Fellowship (Newcastle) TheSt. Bernadette Club

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Newcastle upon Tyne. The organisation will use the funding to continue to provide transport for adults with physical, sensory and learning disabilities to access the weekly social and recreational activities at the club. This will enable the club to expand and include new members from North Tyneside to access the club which will reduce isolation and provide respite for carers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 Operating Theatre

State of the Nation - new work, new horizons

£14,639 Arts Council England