Lottery grants awarded to North West

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
29 Jul 2015 Future Visions

The organisation will use the funding to provide an education and training programme aimed at developing and supporting people with learning difficulties and disabilities. This will arts and crafts skills and training to improve the self esteem, confidence and skills of people with learning difficulties and people with disabilities to enable them to play a more active role within the wider community.

£9,783 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jul 2015 South Liverpool Sea Cadets

Mountain Bike Training

£1,185 Sport England
28 Jul 2015 BNENC

The funding will be used to deliver a range of services to help veterans and their family members reintegrate back into the community. This will include training courses for a further 10 volunteers, a custody programme visiting veterans in HMP Liverpool, fitness sessions, increased opening hours for the drop in service and workshops around health and employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 North Manchester Work Clubs

The funding will be used to offer informal learning opportunities to local people, including helping children with maths, local history, health and social care, and cake decorating. This will improve the skills, confidence and job opportunities.

£9,530 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 The New Belve Youth & Community Sports Centre Limited

The funding will be used to run a weekly support group and activities for people who have experienced brain injuries and those with early onset Alzheimer?s and their carers. This will include fitness programmes, ICT, arts and crafts and cookery lessons, with the aim of reducing isolation and building a network of support.

£6,680 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 Valley Community Theatre

The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment and run digital skills workshops for local people, especially older people and people with disabilities. This will help people use computers and the internet to combat social isolation and improve independence.

£8,310 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 CALLplus

The funding will be used for creative and artistic activities and workshops for people with life-limiting illnesses at various stages of treatment or care, as well as those caring for them. This will encourage people to express themselves and their feelings, share their work at exhibitions to improve self-esteem and confidence, and engage with others experiencing similar issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 Hulme Community Garden Centre Limited

The funding will be used to work with an artist to create new signs at the group?s premises and install interpretation and information boards at the garden, so visitors have up to date information about walking trails and the surrounding area. This will improve the group?s communications and marketing and boost its online profile so it can reach more members of the community and provide better services.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 Winstanley Community Primary School

The funding will be used to improve the school?s outdoor area, including all weather surfacing and a seating area. This will be used as a garden and nature environment, while also providing a safe and accessible play and creativity area. This will improve social interaction and friendships amongst children in reception and tackle issues linked to obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 James Bulger Memorial Trust Limited

The funding will be used for a free community festival in the local park for children from disadvantaged communities, providing activities like sports, crafts and performances. This will bring the community together and reduce issues linked to youth crime and poor health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Ard Knox Theatre

The funding will be used to offer drama classes and performances for vulnerable people affected by issues like bereavement, mental health, drug abuse, domestic abuse, loneliness, low self-esteem, long term unemployment and involvement in criminal activity. This will help people improve their confidence, make new relationships and create a support network.

£9,222 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Bronte Youth & Community Centre

The funding will be used to refurbish and upgrade the computer room at the community centre and provide basic IT skills sessions. This will enable young people and children from disadvantaged backgrounds and those at risk of being excluded from society to develop new skills and help reach their potential in education and employment.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Autism Spectrum Support for People

The funding will be used for IT equipment to provide 24 hour support for people with autism or their families and carers, and for sensory equipment and recreational trips. This will provide social opportunities and a support network to reduce isolation.

£4,671 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 VAUK

The funding will be used for an exhibition trailer to attach to the group?s mobile office, supporting veterans across the East Lancashire region and providing a suitable space for one to one conversations with counsellors or psychotherapists. This will mean the group can support people in a larger local area, including older and disabled veterans who are unable to travel.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 Oaklands Residents Social Fund

The organisation will use the funding to purchase furniture, BBQ and shrubs to enhance the outside space in their retirement complex. This will enable the residents to use this area to run activities, events and to socialise in an effort to reduce isolation.

£7,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 British Cycling

NGB Funding 2013-17

£566,500 Sport England
27 Jul 2015 Ormskirk Sub-Aqua Club

Encouraging diving participation

£6,744 Sport England
26 Jul 2015 The Willow Garden Project

The funding will be used to improve its current outdoor garden area by installing flagstones for better wheelchair access, as well as deliver outdoor therapy sessions for community groups working with people with disabilities or mental health problems, open days and volunteer training programmes. This will promote the benefits of activities like horticulture, gardening and access to safe outdoor spaces as a method of coping, gaining skills and improving wellbeing.

£9,862 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2015 Wigan Photographic Society

The organisation will use the funding to run a mobile active living programme and exhibit based around photography aimed at older people, people who have disabilities and local community groups. This will aim to improve self-esteem and self-worth, reduce isolation and loneliness and improve psychological wellbeing through social networking and enhanced social integration.

£7,524 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2015 The Mythop Road Allotment Association

The organisation will use the funding to install a composting toilet on an allotment site. This will improve the amenity value of this community facility and enable the site to continue to be used by older people, people with disabilities and children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2015 Fit Over Fifty C.I.C.

The funding will be used to run a chaperone service for older people in the community to access medical appointments and social activities. This will help reduce isolation, encourage people to become active in the community and improve wellbeing.

£9,809 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Horwich Youth Support

The organisation will use the funding to purchase new equipment and facilities and enable them to set up and run a junior activities club for children between 9 and 12 years old at a local youth community centre. This will provide positive activities for children/young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and at risk of anti-social behaviour, to help improve their confidence, social skills and aspirations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Manchester Disabled People's Access Group

The funding will be used to work with people with disabilities to carry out an access survey of local cafes, restaurants and pubs, with ratings and reviews of establishments and their accessibility. Training and work experience will be provided to adults with learning or physical disabilities who will also give feedback to businesses to help them improve access and support to customers with disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Lab Music Foundation C.I.C.

The funding will be used for series of workshops for young people in the local community focused on media production, music composition, research, spoken word and performance. This will provide positive creative learning activities for those at risk of being socially excluded, with low educational attainment and special educational needs. This will help improve their confidence, communication, social skills and life opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jul 2015 Carlisle Youth Zone

The organisation will use the funding to deliver 'DJ and Music' sessions and workshops to young people in the local area. This will aim to improve emotional wellbeing and increase activities for young people who are rurally isolated.

£8,280 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 Bury Third Sector Development Agency

The funding will be used to support refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to act on issues that matter to them and reduce isolation. This will be done through development sessions, weekly group meetings and working with established networks.

£9,086 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 The John Houghton Trust for the Parish of St Ann Rainhill

The funding will be used to deliver music and therapy sessions for children with profound and multiple learning disabilities, culminating with them performing in a concert to friends and family. This will provide creative and therapeutic activities, one to one support and group activities to help improve the confidence, communication, emotional and social skills of the children.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 Newtown Park Veterans Club

The funding will be used to improve its outdoor areas by installing an awning providing shade and shelter, outdoor seating, a lawnmower and a multipurpose heater and fan. This will mean that sports and social activities can take place throughout the year in all weather conditions, and provide a safe and accessible resource to reduce isolation in the community.

£9,396 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 Save The Family Limited

This new project based on a pilot initiative will support troubled families in the charity?s residential accommodation who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The project aims to prepare families for independent living by developing role-model family mentors and teaching basic life-skills such as cooking on a budget and through family activities like gardening sessions. Mentors will work with families to help them achieve objectives set both at the start and during their stay with STF.

£425,920 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 St Johns Court Committee

The funding will be used to run a 30-week training course for older people in the local community focusing on using computers and the benefits of the internet. This training will be tailored to their needs and aims to reduce the isolation that older people can experience if they are not confident using digital technology.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 St Wulstan's and St Edmund's Catholic Primary School and Nur

The funding will be used to install a gazebo and a bespoke trail fitted onto grass safety mats, expanding the range of activities available and offering a safe environment for pupils and the wider community. This will make sure children are getting regular exercise during all weathers and taking part in structured, focused activities to improve their physical and mental development, as well as strengthening relationships within the community.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 LipService Theatre

The Picture of Doreen Gray retour

£14,953 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Kenneth O Connell

The Hoodie & the High Rip Gang (Stage play)

£11,310 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Priya Sundaravadivel

Morris-Natyam ( an Indo- English dance project)

£12,025 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Patrick Flynn

Half-life of a miracle

£9,336 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Arezun Nessa

Apna Pop-In, creative arts community project

£13,500 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Great Northern Events (NW) Ltd

Growing the NW Craft Ecology: 2

£15,000 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Caroline Tattersall

Breaking Through a ceramics installation

£4,000 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Elizabeth Tyrrell

Body as Statue

£1,110 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Rosanne Robertson

Marginal Visibility

£9,800 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Lowry Centre Trust

The Lowry - Capital Stage 2

£2,863,232 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2015 Fletcher Moss Rangers Football Club

The funding will be used for the organisation to carry out a study into the community, to help make sure they are meeting the needs of local people and have the right facilities.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Forwards Centre

The organisation will use funding to deliver a series of holiday activities for pupils with behavioural issues, to include horse riding, sports and family fun days. This will provide beneficiaries with positive, stimulating activities, with the aim of improving behaviour and promoting wellbeing.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 St. Cyril's Children & Youth Project

The funding will be used for an event to help raise the charity?s profile through celebrating its history and achievements. This will help recruit more volunteers and members so it can continue its work in future.

£5,669 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 The Church of the Apostles Manchester

The funding will be used to refurbish the kitchen in its community building by installing facilities for coffee mornings and community meals. This will make it suitable for community groups and make it possible to run a wider range of activities, as well as being able to prepare food for projects supporting vulnerable and homeless adults.

£9,991 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 West Bolton Team

The funding will be used to carry out a study into the sorts of services, activities and events that the local community require, as well as establishing any work needed on the group?s community buildings. This will mean it can better serve local people and improve the facilities on offer to them.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Signpost Stockport For Carers

This project will develop its work supporting young carers aged six to 25 in Stockport who look after a family member with an illness or disability. The project aims to help tackle some of the underlying reasons why children become carers and to develop systems in schools and colleges that will support the early identification of young carers, to help better support them and improve their lives. The project will provide intensive, practical support to young carers and their families.

£188,569 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Creative Curve

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of sewing and textile activities to bring women together form different cultures. This will provide opportunities for women from South Asia, Africa and the Middle East to improve their confidence, reduce isolation and breakdown cultural stereotypes through a creative sewing project which will lead to future enterprise developments; improving their skills, cultural and community cohesion and future chances in life.

£6,235 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Manchester Buddhist Centre

The funding will be used to help expand the organisation to offer support to more people working in Manchester city centre that may be experiencing stress and mental health issues. The group already offers wellbeing activities like meditation, yoga and mindfulness and will undertake a study to see how it can best develop this to support local workers. This could include working with businesses and delivering work-based support, which the group could potentially deliver through a social enterprise.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 The Furniture Warehouse

The funding will be used for a new van to enable the organisation to expand its recycling, deliveries and collections services, provide more practical and classroom based learning for people with learning difficulties, and provide volunteering opportunities to help disadvantaged people towards employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Home-Start Blackburn & Darwen

The funding will be used to provide a pre-birth support service, from 16 weeks onwards. This will involve one-to-one support, group sessions and breast feeding support, as well as signposting people to post-natal support services.

£9,720 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Uthreach

The funding will be used for a mentoring project for disaffected young people, including workshops, a residential weekend and the creation of a community mural with older members of the community. This will provide youth worker support, positive role models from the community to help deter them from gang culture and anti social behaviour, as well as bringing the community together in shared activities.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Cherry Tree Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install a rubber surface under our existing trim trail and a large gazebo. This will enable the organisation to boost and extend the activities that are offered to the wider community and children before and after school, during break times and holidays.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2015 Ingol and Tanterton Community Trust Limited

The funding will be used to provide a safe place for people misusing substance to access. A programme of activities will be delivered including a dry club night, games nights, chill out and wellbeing sessions, drama and arts sessions, parenting sessions and skills development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2015 Vicarage Lodge Preschool

The organisation will use the funding to renew the roof of their pre-school building which is in structural disrepair and causing internal damage to their building. This will ensure that their building is safe and usable and this will ensure continued use by their pre-school and as a hub within their community.

£7,500 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2015 The Learning Rooms C.I.C.

The funding will be used to install roofing for a new learning and work placement project for adults with learning or physical disabilities or mental health problems. They will be offered practical support, work experience and links to local service providers. This will help them to develop skills for independent living, volunteering and employment, as well as improving their wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2015 Benchill Primary School

The funding will be used to improve the outside space for early years children, encouraging them to play actively in a more imaginative environment. This will help children reach their potential in speech and language, as well as helping to improve their personal, social and emotional skills and physical development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Wigan Council

Imago (Libraries Fund)

£99,000 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2015 Liverpool Lantern Company

Liverpool Lantern Festival 2015

£70,000 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2015 LGBT Youth North West

Happily Ever After

£47,929 Arts Council England
20 Jul 2015 Wilmslow High School

The funding will be used to purchase a specially designed computer programme to enable pupils to research and deal with relevant issues including lack of self-esteem, mental health and bullying. This will provide vulnerable young people with an anonymous way of getting support to meet their needs, help them to develop resilience, and improve their confidence and wellbeing.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Hospice Care For Burnley & Pendle

The funding will be used to expand their bereavement counselling service, so they can provide support to more people in the community. This will reduce isolation and suffering in those who have lost loved ones.

£9,300 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Medlar-with-Wesham

The organisation will use the funding to provide additional community space including an outside shelter, play and garden facilities. This will provide an opportunity for more outside space for use by the wider community; addressing issues linked to anti-social behaviour, intergenerational issues and community cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Hesketh Bowling Club

The organisation will use the funding to install accessible toilet facilities in their bowling club community facilities as members of the local community who are older or disabled are not currently able to use the facilities. This will ensure that there are accessible toilet facilities for all users of the club and reduce social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 St Edward's Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to set up allotments in the school grounds. This will enable the organisation to assist the children in experiencing nature, enabling a greater understanding of environmental issues, promote a healthy eating attitude and physical exercise in an area with high rates of obesity.

£7,984 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Storypuzzles CIC

The funding will be used to run educational story telling sessions for children and families. This will engage the children in learning, increase their vocabulary and ultimately improve their educational outcomes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Mirehouse Residents Group

The funding will be used to involve local residents of all ages in poetry and writing activities, culminating in a public performance and exhibition. This will support residents who may struggle with low educational achievement, giving them the opportunity to improve their literacy and employment skills through creative storytelling, and boost their wellbeing.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 St John's Centre

The organisation will use the funding to build capacity for their organisation by purchasing laptops, software and digital equipment which will update their existing equipment. This will build capacity for their organisation in order that they can continue running educational and training activities for existing and new beneficiaries to build their skills and improve their chances of gaining employment.

£6,100 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 The Court Social Fund

A project to replace dining furniture to enable the group to continue to run luncheon clubs and social activities for older people in the local community. This will reduce social isolation through positive activities aimed at developing relationships.

£7,798 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Elton Primary School

The funding will be used to install three outdoor activity spaces, to include sports activities, a performance area and a wildlife garden. This will provide creative outdoor sessions for children and parents, with the aim of raising educational attainment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Longshaw Infant School

The organisation will use the funding to install an outdoor storytelling and role playing area, with a learning pod and separate outdoor seating area within the school grounds. This will improve the facilities of the school to help aid the creative, social, analytical and cognitive development of the pupils, and that families can access and enjoy in an out of school hours club and sessions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2015 Intervolley Manchester

New NVL Team & Club Development

£9,084 Sport England
19 Jul 2015 Downall Green Independent Methodist Church

The funding will be used to improve toilet facilities and replace flooring in their community hall. This will enable the organisation to make their community building fully accessible and safe for all user groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2015 Stage Door Theatre Trust

The funding will be used to run a drama and film project to address the increase in mental ill health amongst young people, and raise awareness of the stigma it can cause and associated issues like self harm, body image, financial pressures and family issues. This will help prevent and improve mental health amongst young people.

£8,890 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2015 Embleton Youth Club

The funding will be used for weekly outings during the winter for all members of its youth club and a camping and canoeing trip for older members, expanding the range of activities available to children and young people in the area. This will help attract new members and provide access to free activities to prevent antisocial behaviour, break down social and financial barriers preventing people from taking part and improve confidence and wellbeing.

£8,458 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2015 Lymm Parish Council

The funding will be used to install a compost toilet at an allotment. This will provide facilities for members and visitors to the site, as well as make it suitable for use by local community groups including pre-schools and groups working with people with disabilities.

£8,190 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 Tmesis Theatre

Second stage, national tour of ?That?s Amore?

£17,898 Arts Council England
17 Jul 2015 Bolton Area Home Educators (BAHE)

The fund will be used to establish a weekly family forest school club for families with children who are educated at home. This will reduce isolation and give home educated children the opportunity to play with other children in a structured environment.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 Blood Bikes Cumbria & S.W. Scotland

The funding will be used to run promotional events to recruit more volunteers to the project, which involves the delivery of urgent blood samples and blood for transfusions to hospitals and the air ambulance across the county by trained volunteers. These people receive a high level of motorbike training to enable them to safely carry out their role.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 St Bridget's Catholic Primary School

The funding will be used to install an adventure trail on its grounds. This will provide an opportunity for children to access play activities in a safe environment, improving their overall mental and physical wellbeing.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 Park Brow Community Primary School

The organisation will use funding to install outdoor gym equipment and safety surfacing within the school grounds. This will provide training opportunities for children as playground leaders, to help develop their confidence and interpersonal skills, and provide a safe environment for pupils and children in the community to access stimulating equipment, to encourage them to be more active and improve their physical health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2015 Cuddington Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install a new climbing adventure trim trail with all-weather surfacing within the school grounds. This will provide a safe environment and new play facilities that children can use throughout the year, to help aid their development and encourage them to be more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Bolton Urban Growers

The funding will be used to create a community development and outdoor training centre for local residents and children. This will help develop their skills, knowledge and experience areas like horticulture, organic food growing, green woodwork and traditional crafts. This will bring people together to address local issues, improve skills, reduce isolation and build confidence.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Turton School Sports Association

The funding will be used for a three month programme of recreational activities including swimming, exercise, therapy and IT sessions for people living with dementia and poor mental health, and their families and carers, culminating in a community open day. This will help improve social, emotional and physical wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Sundowns

The funding will be used to deliver outdoor learning sessions for children with Down syndrome and their parents and carers. There will be a range of educational and fun activities to help promote and improve effective communication skills and motor skills, as well as boosting self esteem and confidence.

£9,674 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Hyndburn Disability Forum

The organisation will use the funding to build capacity for their organisation by providing a guide book, resources for their shop mobility scooters, recruit volunteers and host a disability awareness day. This will enable them to provide improved access to public services within the local town centre for people who are disabled, provide mobility scooters and improved awareness of services for people with disabilities through community open days.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2015 Operation Farm

The funding will be used for allotment growing, orchard maintenance and themed cookery sessions for the local community. This will bring local people together to take part in positive activities to improve mental health and wellbeing and reduce isolation.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 DaDa - Disability & Deaf Arts

Re-Imagine India

£26,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Manchester City Galleries

Re-Imagine India

£18,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Milap Festival Trust

Re-Imagine India

£30,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Xtrax Arts Ltd

International Showcasing

£299,988 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Sound City (Liverpool)

International Showcasing

£219,400 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Darren Pritchard

Body of Light

£14,999 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Theatre In The Quarter, Chester

Best Days of Our Lives - Production Phase

£15,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Karen Guthrie

House of Ferment - Development Phase

£14,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Howgill Family Centre

For the Creative and Curious (working title)

£15,000 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Rossendale Borough Council

Light up your Lanterns

£4,780 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Moor Nook Central CIC

Home Grown Phase 1

£12,500 Arts Council England
15 Jul 2015 Brookfield Community Primary School

The funding will be used to refurbish a teaching kitchen area and purchase equipment to run cookery courses for parents and carers from the wider school community. This will give them the opportunity to socialise with others and learn new skills, which will also benefit the development of their children.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2015 Call Up

The funding will be used to attend a national conference on Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), a term used to describe various methods of communication that can ?add-on? to speech and are used to get around problems with ordinary speech. This will enable AAC users to meet people facing the same barriers to reduce isolation and promote wellbeing. It will also give the organisation the opportunity to raise its profile and get a better understanding of the AAC technology and services available.

£3,495 Big Lottery Fund