Lottery grants awarded to Redcar and Cleveland, North East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
28 Sep 2017 Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

Steel Stories: curating industrial heritage in a landscape of rapid change

£69,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2017 Parish of Coatham & Dormanstown PCC

Christ Church Coatham Stonework and Roof Renovations

£256,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Aug 2017 Aspire Learning Partnership

Aspire Arts

£10,260 Arts Council England
14 Aug 2017 Footprints in the Community

The project will meet the needs of the local community and offer a variety of services under one umbrella. They aim to support those who are often in crisis situations and face issues such as domestic violence, drug and alcohol related issues, old age, health issues, job loss, bereavement and low incomes. A number of activities will be provided to enable service users to share their experiences and increase their confidence.

£311,194 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2017 Conversations in Painting

Conversations in Painting

£12,500 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2017 TeesValley Womens Centre Ltd

The project will replace their IT equipment to enable disadvantaged women to continue to access training courses and support services, to develop their confidence, skills and opportunities.

£9,562 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Redcar and Cleveland Mind

The project will set up a peer support group for people with mental health issues. The group will provide peer and professional support and coping strategies to help people transition from one to one support to independence and coping alone.

£6,168 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 The Greenlights Network

The project will hold a public exhibition of art and craft work to showcase the skills of local people with mental health issues or learning difficulties and help them gain confidence. The exhibition will bring together work made at local community support groups and will raise awareness of their services and help reduce the stigma associated with mental health.

£2,983 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jul 2017 Liverton Parochial Church Council

The project will carry out repairs to the church to replace electrical wiring and asbestos panels. This will improve safety and help ensure the future sustainability of the venue so local people and community groups can continue to access youth projects, social and recreational activities.

£4,710 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2017 Saint Bede's Catholic VA Primary School

The school will develop an outdoor activities area and improve their garden with a secure timber resource shelter, raised planters and a workbench. This will provide creative, nature, gardening and conservation activities for children and will encourage them to be active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,981 Big Lottery Fund
22 May 2017 Overfields Primary School

The school will develop an outdoor physical play area with a trim trail and climbing frame for children and families to access and enjoy. This will provide new physical activities to help children develop and improve their physical health.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2017 Sophie Ingleby

Seed

£12,060 Arts Council England
3 May 2017 Aspire Learning Partnership

The project will deliver an enterprise based programme of after school clubs for children from eight partnership primary schools. This will help children to develop confidence, life and entrepreneurial skills, and improve their attainment levels and employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Guisborough Town Hall Gateway Project

Guisborough Town Hall Gateway Project

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Artsbase Community Interest Company

The project will deliver arts activities programmes for people with mental health problems in Teesside, including dance, movement, drama, music, and creative writing. This will enable people to express themselves and tell their stories to help improve their emotional and mental wellbeing, and promote the understanding of mental health issues.

£8,976 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Scaling Dam Sailing Club

Start Sailing at Scaling

£10,000 Sport England
7 Apr 2017 The Junction

The group will builds on their experience and good practices by delivering a new project, called CREATE for young people aged 13-18. A programme of accessible, open access, community based activities will be offered and will provide various opportunities for young people who are isolated, lacking confidence and face barriers to participation.The aim is to bring young people together, help them to build relationships through team building and challenging activities.

£194,357 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Whale Hill Primary School

The school will install a cycle/scooter shelter and encourage children to participate in new extracurricular cycle/scooter clubs. This will encourage children and families to walk, cycle or ride their scooter to school in a safe way, become more active, and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Errington Primary School

The funding will be used by a community school to run a programme of health education and exercise sessions to combat obesity levels within the school. The project aims to improve the health and physical wellbeing of children who are unhealthy and overweight and do not normally take part in sports.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
19 Mar 2017 Teesside Stroke Club

The funding will be used by a charity to purchase three exercise machines specifically designed for people who have suffered a stroke. The project aims to provide improved facilities to help aid the recovery of those who are less mobile and who use wheelchairs.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 Westgarth Primary School

The school will develop two new play areas in their grounds, an outdoor music and role play area, and a raised stage area for performing and presenting. This will provide a safe environment for fun and exciting play activities that will help children to develop and become more active.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2017 Wilton Primary School

The school will provide extracurricular physical and exercise activities and healthy eating advice for pupils, including lunch and after school clubs. This will aid the development of children and improve their health and wellbeing.

£9,510 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2017 Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council

Kirkleatham Walled Garden Horticultural Restoration Project

£578,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Feb 2017 Ings Farm Primary School

The school will deliver an extra-curricular healthy living club to encourage pupils to become more active and healthy. They will install a mini adventure trail and hold sessions to raise awareness of the importance of healthy eating.

£9,634 Big Lottery Fund
20 Feb 2017 Carers Together Foundation

The project will focus on supporting hidden carers who are under the radar for support services. They will provide information and awareness raising sessions to help other professionals in a range of organisations to identify the carers, through the appropriate training. The group will also promote the health and wellbeing of carers as many will neglect their own physical and mental needs when caring for another individual. Monthly support groups will be offered so carers can meet and share experiences.

£280,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2017 Redcar Development Trust

The project will refurbish the stage, changing and toilet facilities of Coatham Memorial Hall so that community groups, older people and people with disabilities can access a wider range of social and entertainment activities.

£9,590 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2017 Normanby Local History Group

Gallantry in the face of the enemy, William Henry Short VC

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2017 Dormanstown Junior Football Club

DJFC Development

£7,581 Sport England
12 Jan 2017 The Link

The project will provide free Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Youth courses to people who teach, work, live or care for young people. This will increase awareness of the psychological and emotional needs of young people, and provide interventions, support, or sign posting to service providers for those who are experiencing mental and emotional distress. This will help protect young people and improve their wellbeing.

£9,903 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2016 Teesside Archaeological Society

The Eston Hills Project

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Nov 2016 Moorsholm Cricket & Athletic Club

The project will purchase a pitch cover to protect their pitches and green spaces from becoming waterlogged. This will improve facilities for the wider community to help encourage healthier lifestyles, and enable the group to deliver new activities for young people at risk of anti-social behaviour.

£8,956 Big Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2016 Pathways Special School

The school will deliver after school physical activities including dance, multi sports and outdoor activities for pupils with special education requirements. Young people will be able to access leadership training and will have the opportunity to lead activities themselves. This will promote health and fitness and provide opportunities to gain and improve life skills.

£9,450 Big Lottery Fund
20 Nov 2016 St Margaret Clitherows RC Primary School

The school will purchase computer equipment so they can provide extracurricular and after school IT clubs for children and parents. This will help children and families to develop their IT skills and educational attainment, and improve the employment prospects of parents.

£9,693 Big Lottery Fund
10 Nov 2016 Redcar Amateur Boxing Club

Box On Project - Redcar Amateur Boxing Club

£19,996 Sport England
1 Nov 2016 Saint Joseph's Primary Catholic Voluntary Academy

The school will install outdoor fitness equipment to be used by children and the wider community. This will increase physical activity in the community and help address growing health problems.

£9,445 Big Lottery Fund
23 Oct 2016 Teesside Woodturners Association

The project will create a new community space which the group can use to run their woodturning activities. Voluntary and community groups will also be able to use the facilities for social, education and recreational activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Redcar and Cleveland Voluntary Development Agency

The project will bring the community together for a series of intergenerational events to celebrate the 100th birthday of Dormanstown village. Events will focus on the history of the area, and will include a gala with traditional activities, a flower festival, a Guy Fawkes event and a Christmas pageant. The project will also develop a guide to Dormanstown, highlighting historical, leisure and environmental features.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Marske-by-the-Sea Cricket Club

Changing Pavilion

£74,000 Sport England
3 Oct 2016 Handale Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a physical activities and healthy lifestyle programme for their pupils during out of school hours.This will help encourage children and families to become more physically active and make healthy lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

Our Industrial Heartland

£69,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Sep 2016 Coatham CE Primary School

The school will use the funding to run two weekly healthy lifestyle lunch and after school clubs. This will provide physical activity sessions and healthy eating and nutrition advice, to encourage children, parents and carers to make healthy lifestyle choices.

£9,360 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Riverdale Primary School PTA

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of fun health, fitness and life skills sessions through breakfast and lunchtime clubs. This will encourage children to become more active and make healthy choices, and will help older children to transition to senior school.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 Caedmon Primary School Group Development

The school will use the funding to purchase computer equipment to deliver an adult information technology programme and after school computer clubs for children. This will develop the skills of beneficiaries and improve their further education and employment opportunities, and enhance attainment levels.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Primary Academy

The academy will use the funding to purchase laptops and deliver an extracurricular IT programme for children and families. This will help develop the computer literacy and skills of beneficiaries, help improve children?s attainment levels and opportunities, and engage parents with their children?s learning.

£9,892 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2016 COESI

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of social activities focused on enabling people with visual impairments and disabilities to re-discover and access culture in and around their communities. This will involve beneficiaries in the design of activities, events and exhibitions to be accessible for people with visual impairments, to reduce their social isolation and enable them to be active in their communities.

£9,934 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 Vici Wreford-Sinnott

Butterfly

£21,260 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2016 Redcar Drama Lab

Salamander Songs

£15,000 Arts Council England
21 Aug 2016 Eva Womens Aid Ltd

This project will provide accommodation and support to women fleeing domestic abuse/sexual violence. Currently the organisation helps the 16-24 age group and this project will extend to the 25-44 age group and focus on 'herder to reach' groups including the travelling community, asylum seekers, women with disabilities, women from the LGBT community and those with a black and minority ethnic background.

£484,701 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2016 New Marske Sports Club

New Marske FC Development

£3,379 Sport England
25 Jul 2016 Brotton Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish and extend the kitchen of their village hall, providing improved hygienic cooking facilities and activities for residents and local community groups, including older people at risk of isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 Grenfell Club

The organisation will use the funding to run a Saturday lunchtime caf? at their community centre. This will develop the communication, customer service, cooking skills and confidence of their members who have learning, physical disabilities and challenging behaviours, who will help to run the cafe under supervision. This will enable them to become active in the community and reduce social isolation.

£9,984 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2016 Ormesby Primary School

The school will use the funding to install an all-weather activity trail and an additional quiet area to improve outdoor facilities and provide play activities to help improve children?s behaviour levels and encourage them to be more physically active.

£8,581 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2016 The Link Charitable Trust

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their new premises and provide a drop in service, training programmes and creative activities to support families. This will provide a support network for parents, information, advice, training and signposting for families experiencing emotional and mental health difficulties or social and financial disadvantages, to help improve their circumstances and wellbeing.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2016 Bloodrun EVS

The organisation will use funding to deliver open days and events in rural locations in the North East, and recruit and train new volunteer motorbike riders. This will enable the group to promote and extend their emergency support services to rural medical practices, emergency services and to local people in communities affected by adverse weather conditions including floods.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2016 Teesville Primary School

The school will use the funding to install safety surfacing to their playground area, enabling children to access outdoor play activities throughout the year to help improve their physical and emotional development.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2016 Active Inglewood

Passing it on

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2016 Carlin How & District Working Men's Club & Institute Limited

New Bowls Pavilion and Football Changing Room

£67,860 Sport England
21 Jun 2016 Wellbeing For All

Exercise 4 All

£10,000 Sport England
17 Jun 2016 1st Saltburn Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their scout hut to improve the safety standards, facilities and accessibility of the building, enable more scouting activities to take place, and more community groups to use the amenities.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2016 Friends of Galley Hill School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase new portable IT equipment to enable them to deliver family learning after school clubs. This will develop the IT skills of families, enabling parents to access services online and enhance their employment prospects, and support their children?s learning and raise attainment levels.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 Teesside Athletic Football Club Limited

The organisation will use the funding to hold a family fun day event for redundant steelworkers and their families. The group will invite employment agencies, local training providers and health professionals to set up trade stands and provide employment, training and healthy eating advice and information.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jun 2016 Teesside University Trust for Academies (Freebrough Academy)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a pilot project of evening IT application skills sessions for parents, with support from their children who are already offered the qualification from the school. This will provide accredited awards for parents, develop their skills and employment opportunities, and engage them with the school and their children?s learning.

£540 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2016 GAP ? Grangetown Achieving Potential

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of after school clubs including dance, drama, music, multi-skills, modern foreign language and nature education for pupils of Grangetown Primary School. This will enable children from a deprived area to access healthy, fun and development activities, and learn new skills to broaden their aspirations and horizons.

£9,971 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2016 Doorways

This new project, delivered by Doorways in partnership with Destinations; involves an internet cafe and online training centre supporting residents with employment advice and CV writing, personal development and ICT skills within the community of Redcar and Cleveland. The project aims to increase people?s wellbeing, improve their health, mental ability, sense of awareness, choices and achievements.

£284,150 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2016 Well Being For All

The organisation will use the funding to provide a weekly drop in service, and therapy assessment sessions for vulnerable people within the community. This will provide tailored support, interventions and sign posting to service providers for beneficiaries, to help them address the issues they are facing and improve their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2016 Carmen Thompson

The Book of Godless Verse

£9,923 Arts Council England
18 May 2016 Lockwood Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver life skills sessions for children and parents, and additional physical activity sessions for children. This will enable beneficiaries to develop skills and understanding of real life situations, help parents to develop skills to support their children?s learning, and provide physical activities and healthy eating advice to reduce levels of obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2016 Skelton Primary School

The school will use the funding to provide new creative outdoor and nature facilities for Foundation Stage 1 and 2 children and for use in family workshops. This will encourage outdoor play, exploring nature, and will aid the children?s development and aspirations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2016 Hall Close ABC

Box On Project

£7,500 Sport England
19 Apr 2016 Redcar and Cleveland Real Opportunity Centre Community

The organisation will use the funding to bring together people with disabilities, organisations of disabled people and representatives of people with disabilities for bi-monthly meetings to establish an agenda for action. This will highlight the issues and barriers faced by local people with disabilities in areas such as transport, employment, finance, health and wellbeing.

£5,720 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Kirkleatham Hall School Charity

The organisation will use the funding to purchase portable catering equipment to develop a community caf? within Kirkleatham Hall School which supports children with multiple learning difficulties. This will provide additional practical learning opportunities to aid the development of the children, and social opportunities and a support network for families.

£8,729 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Lakes Primary School

The school will use the funding to install new outdoor play equipment and provide family play activities to aid children?s development, and encourage them to become more physically active, whilst improving parental skills.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2016 Dormanstown Community Sports & Recreation Group

The organisation will use the funding to deliver more clubs and activities to help meet the needs of local residents, including a homework club, youth and luncheon clubs, running, football, and mother and toddler groups.

£8,958 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 The Chris Cave Foundation

The organisation will use the funding to deliver workshops involving roleplay activities on gangs and knife and violent crimes. This will help raise awareness of the dangers and support young people at risk of gang culture and anti-social behaviour, to make informed and positive lifestyle choices.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2016 Footprints in the Community

They will extend its Men?s Shed service, providing a place for men to chat and make friends, learn new skills, share their problems, have a laugh and be themselves. They will open a new Shed in the East Cleveland area of Skelton, so more people can take part in the activities and have a reason to get up in the mornings. This will be kitted out with new woodwork equipment and tools to encourage men to be physically and mentally active, and improve their wellbeing.

£49,975 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Tees Valley Wildlife Trust

Woodland diaries

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Saltburn Friends of the Valley Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to recruit and train young volunteers and peer leaders, provide a summer programme of woodland, camping and adventure activities for young people, and work with young adults with learning difficulties to design information and routes within the Valley gardens. This will engage young people in positive activities to help maintain the valley and reduce incidents of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.

£3,770 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2016 Blaze

The organisation will use the funding to deliver Friday night activities for disadvantaged families and children/young people. This will involve volunteer opportunities to help deliver the activities, and provide diversionary activities for young people at risk of antisocial and risk taking behaviour.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2016 Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum

Room to Grow - 21st Century Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum

£832,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2016 Coastwatch Redcar

The organisation will use the funding to replace the vertical steel access ladder of their lookout station with a wooden staircase. This will improve the health and safety of the building and enable them to extend their operational hours to keep visitors and residents to the coastal area safe.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2016 Future Regeneration of Grangetown (FROG)

The organisation plans to overhaul its existing building which is completely dilapidated. Major renovations will allow for an IT suite, meeting area, kitchen, cooking classes, dance and keep fit sessions. The organisation focuses on supporting people with significant need, although planned services and activities will benefit the whole community including people with learning or physical disabilities. The development grant will pay for professional fees.

£24,274 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2016 Future Regeneration of Grangetown (FROG)

The organisation plans to overhaul its existing building which is completely dilapidated. Major renovations will allow for an IT suite, meeting area, kitchen, cooking classes, dance and keep fit sessions. The organisation focuses on supporting people with significant need, although planned services and activities will benefit the whole community including people with learning or physical disabilities. The development grant will pay for professional fees.

£41,543 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2016 Future Regeneration of Grangetown (FROG)

The organisation plans to overhaul its existing building which is completely dilapidated. Major renovations will allow for an IT suite, meeting area, kitchen, cooking classes, dance and keep fit sessions. The organisation focuses on supporting people with significant need, although planned services and activities will benefit the whole community including people with learning or physical disabilities. The development grant will pay for professional fees.

£40,178 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2016 Loftus ACCORD Walking Group

The group will use the funding to publicise walking activities and routes and develop their website. This will encourage the community, including family groups to become more physically active, and enjoy the benefits of walking to improve their physical and emotional health.

£6,600 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2015 Tees Valley Wildlife Trust

Where the Wild Things Were 2

£50,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Kelly Jayne

Arts on Prescription

£39,750 Arts Council England
3 Nov 2015 Normanby Primary School

The school will use the funding to develop their outdoor play area by installing a range of equipment that will encourage children to take part in physical activity and address childhood obesity.

£9,765 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2015 The Photographic Voice CIC

The organisation will use the funding to run photography projects and exhibitions to help engage young people from disadvantaged communities including those affected by domestic or substance abuse and NEET. This will give vulnerable young people a platform to tell their stories, provide support to peers, and develop self-esteem and new skills to improve their educational and employment opportunities.

£8,709 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2015 Whitecliffe Primary School

The school will use the funding to create an all year round outdoor learning area for early years children and their families. This will provide more support for parents and access to safe physical and learning activities.

£9,964 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2015 Marske-by-the-Sea Cricket Club

Changing Pavilion

£1,000 Sport England
22 Sep 2015 The Link (Redcar) CIC

This project will offer class based sessions for children to address anxiety and other mental health issues. The sessions will focus on therapeutic discussion and the impact of kindness and work towards delivering a performance to allow the children to show case what they have learned.

£9,180 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 St Nicholas Church

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the Church Hall kitchen. This will improve the health and safety and facilities of the hall for community groups to access and enjoy.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Sep 2015 Artsbase Community Interest Company

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a variety of arts based activities at community venues, GP surgeries and charitable and educational organisations in the local area. This will provide volunteering opportunities to help deliver the sessions and therapeutic activities for people with mental health issues, to help reduce their social isolation and improve their wellbeing.

£9,991 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2015 Kirkleatham Hall School

The community special school will use the funding to refurbish their swimming pool and install new sensory facilities. This will enable children and adults with disabilities, as well as the wider communitiy to access stimulating swimming activities to aid their development and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Aug 2015 Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council

Re-activate Redcar and Cleveland

£164,253 Sport England
12 Aug 2015 Doorways

The organisation will use the funding to support 13 to 25 year olds with complex needs,exploring through story the cycle of change that is necessary for growth.A life coach will help beneficiaries create their own fictitious story using the Hero?s Journey pattern,with themselves as the hero, meeting and overcoming real dangers, to increase confidence and empowerment and address needs such as homelessness, unemployment, risk taking behaviour, relationships, emotional and behavioural issues and mental health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Grangetown Primary School

The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment to run adult learning sessions. This will improve the IT skills of adults within the community and improve their employment prospects, confidence and self esteem.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jul 2015 Westgarth Primary School

The funding will be used to purchase iPads and deliver after school IT and digital technology classes for pupils and their families. This will engage parents with their children?s learning, help improve the skills, enable parents and carers to access information on services, and improve their learning and employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2015 Kirkleatham SNAP(Special Needs Activity Playscheme)

The funding will be used to run a week-long summer play scheme for children with special needs. This will provide exciting activities and help reduce social isolation for children during the summer holidays, whilst providing respite for parents and carers.

£4,700 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 Badger Hill Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an outdoor music and performance area within the school grounds. This will provide extra-curricular and after school activities using the medium of music and performance to help develop the children?s social, emotional and physical development and cultural awareness.

£9,955 Big Lottery Fund