Lottery grants awarded to North West

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
4 May 2017 Youth Fed

This group will expand their services to engage more young people across the Wirral, Halton and St Helens. Their work will address issues including child poverty, young people not in education, employment and training, low self-esteem and poor mental health. Activities will include computer science and coding sessions, a leadership and confidence boosting programme as well as sport opportunities.

£374,832 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2017 Lubavitch Day Camp

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to support children with special educational needs from the local orthodox Jewish community to attend a summer camp. The project aims to reduce social isolation, and help people to access activities to improve their wellbeing, and provide respite for their families.

£9,535 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2017 Opportunity Sports Foundation

The funding will be used to run evening and holiday activities for children with a disability or life limiting condition and their families and cares, including sports and social activities. The project aims to provide people with the opportunity to create links with people in similar situations and participate in mainstream activities, relieving stress and promoting wellbeing.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2017 Preston City Council

Preston: Women and Girls; What Women Want (WWW)

£80,483 Sport England
3 May 2017 Ben McGarvey

To Love Somebody Melancholy (AV Show Tour)

£13,832 Arts Council England
3 May 2017 Sandbox Digital Ltd

Sandbox Digital Ltd

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Pendle Womens Forum

This is the continuation and development of a project by Pendle Women?s Forum in Nelson. It aims to enable local Asian women to participate in self development activities and improve their opportunities for education, training and employment. The project will continue careers guidance and counselling and will work with women to identify their skills and a career pathway. A job club will help women search for jobs, produce a CV, complete application forms and learn with interview skills.

£254,504 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Peel Park Pink Picnic

The funding will be used to address the issues of discrimination again the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) community by holding a picnic to bring together different parts of the local community to change misconceptions.

£9,997 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Sandbox Digital Ltd

This group will design workbooks and run two six-week programmes for children to learn skills in programming and electronics. They will also introduce a ?maker? night for adults so these can use the group's space to make, fix and repurpose items. This will improve their social and tech skills to help with future employment opportunities and will improve their mental health and well-being in an area of high deprivation.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Petteril Bank Community Centre

The funding will be used by a charity to refurbish the youth room at a community centre. The project aims to provide people with a safe, inviting environment for the community to enjoy and use for various groups and activities.

£5,804 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Holmeswood Methodist Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to develop the outdoor area of the school, to include fencing and planting areas. The project will allow the school to run food growing workshops for pupils and parents, encouraging physical activity and a healthy diet, with the aim of reducing obesity across the school community.

£9,915 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Highfurlong School

The funding will be used by a special school to run a series of art and outdoor activities for pupils and adults with learning disabilities, including healthy food growing, tactile art workshops and seasonal farm experience activities. The project aims to provide people with new life experiences and allow them to develop coping strategies and manage their disabilities through therapeutic activities.

£9,596 Big Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Hyndburn Leisure

Active Hyndburn

£32,595 Sport England
2 May 2017 The National Youth Advocacy Service

The National Youth Advocacy Service will use the grant to provide digital skill sessions and personal development training for 12 younger people leaving care. This grant for ?5,000 will fund volunteer expenses, venue hire, sessional worker fees, and film production company costs.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 Willaston Memorial Hall

The funding will be used by a charity to install radiators, replace the lighting system and curtains and carpets in their memorial hall which have both been found to be unsafe. The project aims to ensure that the hall can continued to be used by the local community and will remove the current health and safety risks.

£8,580 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 Perspective Theatre Company

The funding will be used to write and produce a short play in conjunction with the residents of Adelaide House, a female bail hostel. The project aims to increase provision of creative activities, challenge stereotypes, improve wellbeing and reduce isolation.

£9,884 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 Thinking Film Ltd

The funding will be used to run a film production and education project focusing on thirty young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) in the local community. The project aims to inspire and raise aspirations, increased confidence, communication skills and resilience in order to improve employment prospects.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 Citizens Advice Liverpool

Citizens Advice Liverpool

£220,159 Big Lottery Fund
1 May 2017 Back on Track

This project supports people in Greater Manchester with a history of offending, homelessness, substance misuse and mental health problems. Activities include a series of vocational training programmes including Business Administration, IT, Catering and Hospitality and Health and Social Care. These courses will include a short taster placement with an external organisation. As well as this, work clubs will support with job searches, CV writing and interview skills.

£478,615 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2017 Stanhill Methodist Church

The funding will be used by a church to refurbish its kitchen. The project will allow the facility to be used for community events.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Apr 2017 Bolton Smiley Faces

The funding will be used to provide a range of therapeutic, social and recreational activities for families with children who have Down's Syndrome. This will include support with communication skills and speech development for those young people with conductive hearing loss. The project aims to strengthen the community by ensuring peer support networks are created and maintained, reducing social isolation and enhancing the ability of family members to communicate effectively with each other.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2017 West End (Burnley) Community Interest Company

The funding will be used to provide activities including arts and crafts, street dance and football for young people aged 11-16 years during the summer and half term holidays. The project will also engage young people in the planning of the weekly menu and food preparation and will include a day trip to a festival.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2017 Holy Spirit Catholic and Church of England Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor play equipment and surfacing within the grounds of the school. The project will provide children with a safe and stimulating place to play and encourage physical activity, with the aim of reducing obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2017 Lawson Road Allotment Association

The funding will be used to create a community growing area and garden within an allotment site. The project aims to improve people?s health and wellbeing by increasing their understanding of and access to fresh fruit and vegetables. It will also help to reduce the isolation of older people in the community by providing them with a meeting place where they can share in common activities.

£9,090 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Francesca Hyde

Dad

£6,180 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2017 Gary Lloyd

Mirror of Love

£15,000 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2017 Ross Dalziel

Interactive Non Fiction Arcade

£8,161 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2017 MusicLinks Limited

JamTent Cumbria 2017

£14,500 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2017 Homebaked Community Land Trust CIC

The funding will be used to run a series of community consultation events to engage residents in community space planning. The project aims to include people who do not normally engage in community issues to tackle small scale local problems, and use shared ideas to influence decision makers.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 St George's CofE Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to create a community garden within the grounds of the school where children and families can learn about growing food and enjoy nature. The project aims to educate children about the importance of healthy lifestyles in an effort to improve diet and reduce obesity levels.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Caritas Care

The Assisted Community Engagement (ACE) project based in Preston, aims to reduce re-offending and resettle ex-offenders into the community through peer-led support. It will support people in Lancashire, Blackpool and Blackburn to find stable accommodation, overcome substance abuse and mental ill health, develop a trusting relationship with staff and peer mentors, to ultimately become more settled in their communities.

£491,431 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Fox Wood School

The funding will be used by special educational needs school to develop their early years playground so that it promotes imaginative social play and exploration. The project aims to improve social communication and interaction through imaginative play.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Ludus Dance

Breaking the Code: Crypto-Choreography

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Manchester Metropolitan University

Memories, Communities & Belonging: The Lapsed Clubber Heritage Map of Greater Manchester 1985-1995

£38,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Riversmeet Community Cooperative

The Viewpoint - Confluence of Rivers Derwent and Cocker

£34,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Mountain Heritage Trust

Man and Mountain: Chris Bonington, Cumbria and beyond

£49,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Disabled Living

From Donkeys to Innovators: 120 Years of Disabled Living

£58,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Clapham Film Unit

The Last Clarion House

£34,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Islington Mill

Finance Foundations -Islington Mill

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Hyde Bangladesh Welfare Association

History of HBWA

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 The Kings Own Royal Border Regiment Museum

British Soldiers' views of the Indian subcontinent-1820-1947

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 BETA

Then and Now - Wigan in 1937 and in 2017

£4,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Leigh Building Preservation Trust

From Artefacts to Attraction

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Open Eye Gallery

Our North

£31,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Mirehouse Residents Group

Mirehouse Residents Group

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Young Person's Advisory Service

This funding will be used to expand existing services and increase capacity to reach more young people in Liverpool. It will address current lack of resources and opportunities for young people who experience a range of issues including child poverty, drug and alcohol abuse, low confidence, sexual abuse and high levels of unemployment. Sessions will be delivered through one-to-one, group and peer support models.

£230,725 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Sliding Doors

Sliding Doors

£49,700 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Longtown Memorial Hall Community Centre

Longtown Memorial Hall Community Centre

£41,225 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Mancunian Way

The funding will be used to establish a weekend youth club in an area associated with gang-related activity and anti-social behaviour. The project aims to strengthen the community by diverting young people from anti-social behaviour by providing positive alternative activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Friends of Ladybridge Farm

The funding will be used to run a summer camp for children in the local area. The project aims to provide families with a safe fun place to learn new skills, develop their knowledge and forge new relationships.

£9,300 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Trafford Community Media C.I.C.

The funding will be used to purchase community radio equipment, software and licenses and training for a community radio station. The project aims to provide additional radio resources to sustain and develop the community radio station in Trafford and provide volunteers with advanced skills to improve their future employment prospects.

£9,941 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 SLEAP

This project responds to youth homelessness in the Preston, South Ribble and Chorley areas of Central Lancashire. Shaped by the young people it supports, the project will improve emotional health and wellbeing and develop the independent living skills of vulnerable 18-24 year olds. A support programme will include mediation with family members, education and employment advice and in some cases lodgings with carefully matched host families.

£299,586 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Sporting Communities

This is a project in Northwich supporting people in Derby. The project will run a cook, eat and play programme for disadvantaged children. This will support families and children to take part in healthy physical activity.

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Meadow Community Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to create a sensory room for the benefit of children with special educational needs. The project aims to encourage learning through multi-sensory stimulation and improve the safety of pupils and teachers by reducing the risk of negative behaviour and violent outbursts.

£8,604 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Sliding Doors

The group will offer social activities for people with disabilities and older people who are lonely and isolated. They will set up a community hub offering various events including a weekly tea dance night out, and a mobile afternoon tea for people living in residential and sheltered housing. This will bring people together, help them stay active and reduce loneliness and isolation.

£49,700 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 The Hive

This project will expand the reach of the youth centre to engage hidden, disengaged and vulnerable young people. It will deliver and improve the current programme of activities which include sport and physical recreation as well as media and creative arts. A new Young Leaders programme will also be developed to create the next generation of community leaders in the Wirral.

£374,717 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 MRANG

This is the development and expansion of work by Merseyside Asylum Seekers and Refugees Pre and Post-Natal Support Group. The project aims to support women who are vulnerably housed and socially isolated. English classes will run termly and will include an education club for children. Weekly drop-in sessions, one to one support and group sessions will also be available. These will help women to develop a local network and find out how they can access help and support.

£378,698 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Rishton Cricket Club

Girls Access Cricket Project (GAP)

£9,690 Sport England
24 Apr 2017 Salford Community Leisure Limited

Salford Libraries and Arts (Libraries Fund)

£71,222 Arts Council England
24 Apr 2017 West Lancashire Borough Council

Great art to animate and regenerate a town centre - phase 2

£67,854 Arts Council England
24 Apr 2017 Tressell Noonan Associates CIC

and did the Raggeds paint Croxteth Hall?

£24,500 Arts Council England
24 Apr 2017 North West Media Limited

The funding will be used to produce a radio broadcast and podcast about young people who have been victims of hate crime and the impact it has had on their lives. The project aims to increase awareness of the issue and generate a virtual community of interest and support to combat hate crime. It will also provide accredited vocational training to the participants which will improve their chances of securing employment in media and creative industries.

£9,979 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Centre 63 Kirkby

This funding will enable Centre 63 to expand the range of services on offer to young people aged 10-25. A weekly timetable of sport activities will be delivered using a newly refurbished multi-use games area. A new employability project will provide maths and English support as well as CV writing, work placements and volunteer opportunities. The Centre will work in partnership with other local youth services to reduce duplication by integrating other providers into their centre.

£115,516 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Shaftesbury Youth Club

This charity, based in Tranmere in the Wirral, will use this funding to maintain and extend the quality of its open access youth services. A new, outdoor multi-use games area will be developed to expand their sport facilities. A new youth engagement worker will improve communication with young people, create more activities and promote Shaftesbury Youth Club in schools and the community.

£104,510 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 St Benedict's Catholic Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to run a young authors holiday club for young people in the local community who are struggling with reading and literacy. The project aims to use technology to engage with children and improve reading, literacy and ICT skills.

£3,316 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 The Cathedral School of St Peter and St John RC Primary

The funding will be used by a primary school to improve their playground area, to include a climbing wall, a bouncy tyre play area and soft safety flooring. The project aims to improve outdoor facilities at the school, and provide stimulating activities to help improve behaviour and aid the children?s development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Wiggonby C of E Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to build a covered outdoor shelter, stage and climbing wall to be used for extracurricular and community activities. The project aims to reduce rural isolation, develop skills and improve the wellbeing of the local community.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Kirkland & Catterall St Helen's CofE Voluntary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to run a 30 week extracurricular physical activity, confidence building and wellbeing programme for young people in the local community. The project aims to improve health and wellbeing, increase the availability of activities and reduce levels of childhood obesity in the local community.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Stockdales

The funding will be used by a charity to purchase sensory and IT equipment, and deliver a weekend and holiday club for children with learning disabilities and complex health needs, to include arts and crafts, sensory and music sessions, soft play and dance activities. The project aims to provide respite for parents and carers, and individual support and recreational activities to help aid the emotional development, social skills and wellbeing of children with additional needs.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Banks St Stephens CofE Primary School

The funding will be used by a voluntary controlled primary school to create a trim trail within the school grounds for use by the school and wider semi-rural community to address increasing levels of obesity. The project aims to provide the resources to improve the health and wellbeing of young children through fun outdoor activities.

£9,455 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Cranberry Academy

The funding will be used by an academy school to install outdoor play equipment in the school grounds which will be used to engage children in a range of activities. The project aims to encourage children?s physical, social and emotional skills, and target rising levels of obesity.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Lanercost CofE Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to extend their existing playground. The project aims to to provide children with more outdoor play space, and provide equipment and activities to aid their personal, social and emotional development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Z-Arts

The funding will be used to run workshops, activities and a community event for vulnerable children and young people in the local community. The project aims to address issues of wellbeing and mental health in order to reduce isolation and marginalisation.

£9,145 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Ashfield Junior School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install a decked gazebo outdoor shelter in a woodland area of the school grounds. The project aims to facilitate extra-curricular activities for children and families in the area and increase their access to and participation in outside physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 The Centre in Poynton

The funding will be used by a charity to replace the heaters and boiler in their community view. The project aims to allow the centre to offer various activities in a suitable environment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Opening Up Cricket

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to hold a series of presentations based on mental health, suicide and physical health to raise awareness of the issues that many men face alone. The project aims to provide help and support to men in the community that may be suffering from mental health issues or may know someone who needs support.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Just Psychology Community Interest Company

The funding will be used for the provision of psychological services, advice and training for people who support and live within black and minority ethnic (BME) communities. The project aims to build the capacity and the infrastructure of the social enterprise.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Phoenix Youth Music Theatre Summer Academy

The funding will be used to run workshops during evenings and weekends for young people in the local community who are experiencing issues around mental health and emotional resilience. The project aims to raise aspirations and improve the mental health and resilience of young people in the local community.

£7,291 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2017 Barton Athletic Club

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to support the work of an athletics club. A sessional worker will run a quality assurance programme and training in management. The project aims to strengthen the club so it can continue to provide health and wellbeing activities for the local community.

£4,750 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2017 Ashton United in the Community

The funding will be used by a charity to provide the organisation?s management group with new skills, including business planning, financial management, volunteer development, marketing and fundraising. The will allow the organisation to develop its infrastructure in order to be more effective in the future.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Life Leisure

The funding will be used to run a series of holiday activities including arts and crafts, photography and multi sports for young people aged eleven to sixteen years in the local community. The project aims to reduce social isolation.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Stockport Progress and Recovery Centre

The funding will be used to provide sessional cognitive behavioural therapy to people in the local community who are experiencing mental health crisis. The project aims to address the long waiting times for people in crisis to start their recovery.

£9,033 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Holley Court Social Club

The funding will be used to provide digital inclusion training for older people in sheltered accommodation. The project aims to ensure older people can access modern technology and feel more digitally included in society.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 St John's CofE Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor play equipment. The project aims to provide the community with a safe outdoor area for children and families to come together to play, explore, forge new friendships and learn new skills.

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Manchester Wheelchair Rugby League Club

Manchester Wheelchair Rugby Club

£9,992 Sport England
20 Apr 2017 Bolton Lads' and Girls' Club

The funding will be used by a charity to expand a pilot project working with young people into two geographical areas with significant levels of anti-social behaviour. The project aims to strengthen the community by fully engaging and immersing young people in constructive community activity, and develop positive skills to improve their employment prospects.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Whitebeam Community Association

The funding will be used to resource a community garden. The project aims to strengthen the community by engaging older and newly arrived residents from other cultures in shared activities and skills exchange, as well as support people who are isolated or have poor mental health.

£8,356 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Positive Futures North Liverpool Limited

This Liverpool-based group will use the funding to expand their open access youth offer. Working with some of the most disengaged young people, they will engage them in events, group sessions and physical activity to challenge negative behaviour and use informal education to increase knowledge and skills. A programme of new youth events across four wards will be created with young people and will be based on particular interests including sport, arts, drama and media.

£278,236 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Kidz2gether

The funding will be used to run a trampolining and activity club for children and young people aged between 3 and 19 across Bolton who have an autistic spectrum diagnosis. The project aims to provide opportunities for socialising and communication and improve behavioural issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Horwich Explorer Scout Unit

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to purchase resources and equipment to provide young people with the opportunity to develop leadership and self-reliance through camping, outdoor activities and training; and to obtain a Duke of Edinburgh supervisory licence for their group. This will allow the organisation to run Duke of Edinburgh modules and provide young people from the community with outdoor skills and training to improve their physical and mental health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to develop an outdoor activity centre, to include wooden activity sheds, a water play channel, safety surfacing, den making and shaded areas. The project aims to improve outdoor facilities at the school and provide after school activities to help aid the development of children and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Knowsley Vale Amateur Boxing Club

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to purchase cardio health kits and gym equipment for people in the local community. The project will run boxing sessions and non-contact fitness sessions to improve people?s health and wellbeing, including the unemployed, people who are socially isolated and young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).

£9,968 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Stockport Sports Trust

I Wish I'd Tried...

£83,951 Sport England
19 Apr 2017 Kate Drummond

Seaside Sculpture Day 2017

£14,321 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Kimberly Simpson

Amnesia

£9,385 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Lancaster Canal Regeneration Partnership

Lancaster Canal Comic Art

£15,000 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Un-Convention

Off Axis Network

£13,900 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Crystal Stewart

Rehearsed reading of Mashallah

£4,875 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Adam Baird

Nights in Oblivion

£11,500 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Allied London One Ltd

Leeds Dock presents The Lumen Prize Exhibition

£14,500 Arts Council England