Lottery grants awarded to Knowsley, North West

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
22 Sep 2017 Steffi Sweeney

Karaoke Tales

£3,078 Arts Council England
4 Sep 2017 Jus Kidz

This funding will support this Knowsley based group to continue delivering a safe and stimulating play environment for children and young people with disabilities, whilst also providing respite and support for their families. A programme of inclusive activities will encourage the children and young people to socialise and make new friends, and families to form support networks. Sibling specific activities will help increase their tolerance and understanding of disability whilst also reducing isolation.

£278,115 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2017 Care and Respite Support Services Ltd

The funding will be used to run counselling sessions for people who are bereaved as a result of suicide. The project aims to provide advice and support and create offer the opportunity for peer support in the local community.

£7,690 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2017 Skelmersdale Ecumenical Centre

The project will allow the community to broaden their services and ensure their centre is accessible to all. It is an established multi activity hub used for education, health, social and well-being activities. The redevelopment will enable the group to offer more support for people of all ages, whatever their needs. They will provide a drop in service with information on welfare, health, well-being, social projects and services and luncheon club with activities for elderly residents at risk of isolation.

£499,154 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2017 Centre 63 Kirkby

The funding will be used to run a variety of courses based on raising awareness about and combatting the effects of negative mental health amongst young people within the community. The project aims to provide people with the opportunity to learn new skills, increase self-confidence and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 Centre 63 Kirkby

This group deliver one-to-one debt advice and tenancy support. The project will provide a route to mainstream services for those who are unable to access them due to personal barriers. Programmes will support asylum seekers, refugees and migrants to learn English, numeracy, digital and life skills. This will assist people to live independently and learn how to manage a healthy lifestyle. The service is for people aged 16-30 who may have issues with homelessness, mental health and drug or alcohol dependency.

£484,961 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2017 Kindfulness Coffee Club

The funding will be used to run a programme of mindfulness, acupuncture and reflexology massage together with advice and a signposting service. The project aims to improve the emotional resilience of people who are experiencing stress, anxiety, grief or suicidal thoughts and aren?t accessing mainstream services because they?re afraid of being stigmatised.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jun 2017 Merseyside Youth Association Limited

Knowsley Summer Choices

£9,699 Sport England
13 Jun 2017 Little Woods of Stockbridge Association

The funding will be used to organise and deliver a programme of events over 12 months aimed at recruiting volunteers and increase awareness of a community woodland. The project aims to improve a local community asset.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jun 2017 Stockbridge Village Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install outdoor play equipment within the school grounds. The project aims to provide school children with the opportunity for free play in a safe, fun environment whilst helping develop their skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2017 Comics Youth Community Interest Company

The Building Stories project will target disadvantaged children and young people aged 8-25 years who have a range of disabilities, or who are experiencing multiple disadvantage. It aims to increase the levels of literacy and visual literacy within this group through supporting them to read, analyse, discuss and create comics in group settings. This will lead to improved self-confidence, social and emotional wellbeing, and the breakdown of barriers for reluctant readers or writers.

£257,710 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 Comics Youth Community Interest Company

The funding will be used to run two employability skills development programmes for disengaged young people who are NEET (not in education, training or employment). The programme will use illustration, storyboarding, and graphics to produce information in a comic book format. The project aims to improve people?s life chances by giving them the basic skills to access employment and training opportunities, as well as increase their confidence by allowing them to express themselves creatively.

£10,000 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
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
12 Apr 2017 Knowsley Youth Mutua

This funding will be used to sustain and expand open access youth work across the Knowsley borough. Specialist coaches in media, sport, the arts and outdoor education will be employed to engage more young people who will also get the chance to train as peer coaches in these activities. A new Events and Enterprise Coordinator will deliver youth-led community events, attract local investment and develop community fundraising skills. This will help sustain the existing youth clubs.

£374,875 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 KDC

The funding will be used to train people with learning difficulties to be ambassadors, to promote awareness of and provide peer support to others who have experienced hate crime. The project aims to strengthen the community by helping people recognise the signs and impact of hate crime, in order to encourage reporting of such incidents.

£9,005 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 The Parochial Church Council of St Gabriel's Church

The funding will be used to replace cinema equipment at a community centre. The project will allow the organisation to expand its activities to meet local demand, with the aim of reducing the social isolation of older residents and their families.

£9,589 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2017 St Leo's and Southmead RC Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install a large timber shelter and freestanding equipment including a den, water play area, a playhouse and a writing, drawing and reading station, for pupils to use at lunchtimes, break-times and in the before and after school club. The project aims to reduce obesity levels through increased physical activity, as well as encourage the development of children's social skills.

£9,554 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 The Dean Trust

"Trampolining ""The Is How We Bounce"""

£9,962 Sport England
27 Feb 2017 Halewood Youth In Community Centre

Halewood Boxing and Fitness Project

£9,815 Sport England
25 Feb 2017 Karma in the Community CIC

The funding will be used to run a martial arts and mindfulness training programme to for children and young people with Autism. The project aims to improve people?s wellbeing and resilience, enabling them to deal with the impact of their condition on their lives and relationships.

£7,350 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2017 James Bulger Memorial Trust Limited

The funding will be used to provide activities for children and young people with mental, physical and sensory disabilities at a one day children's festival. The project aims to strengthen the community by helping these children and young people to participate fully in a community event.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2017 Holy Family Cronton Catholic Primary School

The funding will be used by a school to create an outdoor adventure area with a climbing frame, and markings for various activities. The project aims to provide an area for children to take part in physical activity and improve their fitness levels.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2017 Friends of Acornfield Plantation

The funding will be used to develop a programme of conservation and volunteering opportunities at a local nature reserve and create two wooden sculptures which will be designed by local people during workshops. The project aims to provide a robust and sustainable community volunteer resource that will support the on-going conservation and improvement of the area as well as encourage use of the nature reserve.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2017 Bowring Park Allotment Association

The funding will be used to install a composting toilet on an allotment site for the benefit of the local community. This will mean people won?t have to go home to access a toilet, and will improve community events at the allotment.

£9,971 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2017 Friends of Court Hey Park

The funding will be use by a voluntary group to celebrate 25 years of Court Hey Park. The event wants to thank its members and community for all the hard work and dedication they give to keep the park going. It also aims to promote what?s on offer in the park and encourage younger members of the community to get involved to protect the park?s future.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2017 Cygnet Court Tenants Group

The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment and deliver IT training sessions to older people. The aim of the project is to improve the IT skills of beneficiaries, reduce social isolation and provide opportunities for digital inclusion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Dec 2016 Restart Trust

This project will design and deliver a financial capabilities workshop. This will provide disadvantaged, vulnerable adults with the knowledge, skills and support to deal with their finances.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Nov 2016 Skelmersdale Ecumenical Centre

Funding for the project will allow this popular community organisation to broaden services and ensure the centre is fully accessible to all. The facility is well positioned and is an established multi-activity hub used for education, health, social and well-being activities. The redevelopment, which includes the addition of a lift, will enable the group to offer a far more holistic support for people of all ages, whatever their needs.

£24,028 Big Lottery Fund
9 Nov 2016 Bluebell Residents Association Community Executive

The project will use the funding to organise a year long programme of health and well-being activities for residents, including those in neighbouring sheltered accommodation and other older people from the community. This will improve health and wellbeing and reduce isolation by providing a programme of health and well-being based activities for older people.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2016 Infozone

This project will use the funding to deliver intergenerational IT skills workshops to the community aimed at reducing social isolation. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills and meet new people helping to build a stronger community.

£6,550 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2016 Mindful People Community CIC

The organisation will run light yoga activities, assisted by props and enabling equipment, for people who are experiencing severe or multiple mental health issues. This will give them the opportunity to improve their resilience, health and wellbeing.

£5,386 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2016 The Apostolic Church of Great Britain

This project will use the funding to equip a music studio in the youth club. This will improve the life chances of the young people who participate by diverting them from negative influences and anti-social behaviour, and increase their skills in music production and recording.

£4,750 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

The school will run an after school club aimed at year 5/6 students to use technology by combining electronics and programming to build prototype robots. This will enhance the digital skills of pupils.

£1,696 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2016 Upcycle Affordable Furniture CIC

The organisation will use the funding to train vulnerable young women to up-cycle, repair and restore unwanted furniture for people most in need. This will enable women to gain new skills, improve their future employability, build confidence and reduce social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Lisa Simpson Inclusive Dance Ltd

This project will deliver a range of dance and awareness raising sessions to disabled and non-disabled people. This will highlight the health benefits associated with dance, reduce isolation and improve participant?s confidence and self-esteem.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 The Apple Trust/Little Apples

This project will make modifications to the building by transforming a community kitchen to make it fully accessible and safety compliant. This will provide access and support that will reduce isolation, thereby improving the health and general wellbeing of local residents.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 The First Step

The funding will be used to continue a project providing long-term support to survivors and victims of domestic abuse in order to help them rebuild their lives. The project will provide a comprehensive service where people will be able to tell their story in a safe environment so staff can determine the level of support needed. Access to other agencies that provide specialist help with issues such as housing, witness support, health services will also be available.

£334,204 Big Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 PCC St Mary's Church, Prescot

Knowsley: St Mary's Church, Prescot

£250,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2016 UK People Matter Limited

This project will provide dance activities for young people involved in the criminal justice system, and those engaged with drug and alcohol misuse, mental health or youth offending teams. This will offer diversionary activities with the aim of preventing reoffending.

£8,515 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Blacklow Brow Primary School

The project is to install activity areas. This will reduce obesity through increased levels of physical activity and improve health problems within the local area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Aug 2016 Halewood Youth In Community Centre

This project is a street party celebration to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the centre opening. This will alleviate some of the issues which the local community faces within an environment which is safe, secure, friendly, enjoyable and fund helping to foster a greater sense of community cohesion, ownership, pride and belonging.

£7,330 Big Lottery Fund
19 Aug 2016 Torrington Drive Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to set up a pilot programme to work with a group of older people in the local area who live in isolation. This will enable the organisation to create a series of services and activities to benefit the local community to meet local needs in the face of reduced services and activities which were traditionally delivered by the local council and by participation in a flexible structured programme of holistic activities in dance and drama sessions, healthy eating.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2016 Hollies Road Playgroup

The organisation will use the funding to purchase outdoor equipment including a canopy and benches for pupils. This will enable the organisation to develop new activities and encourage beneficiaries to spend more time outdoors and become more active.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2016 MISSIONNEED LIMITED

The organisation will use the funding to research and produce a radio broadcast examining the addictive properties of mobile phone use, its impact on the mental health of young people, and techniques to mitigate the impact of excessive use of mobile phones. This will improve the mental health and wellbeing of participants by enabling them to identify and address the impact of their excessive use of the technology and improve their resilience and confidence.

£5,721 Big Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2016 MissionNeed Limited

The organisation will use the funding to research and produce a radio broadcast examining the addictive properties of mobile phone use, its impact on the mental health of young people, and techniques to mitigate the impact of excessive use of mobile phones. This will improve the mental health and wellbeing of participants by enabling them to identify and address the impact of their excessive use of the technology and improve their resilience and confidence.

£5,721 Big Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2016 Missionneed Limited

The organisation will use the funding to research and produce a radio broadcast examining the addictive properties of mobile phone use, its impact on the mental health of young people, and techniques to mitigate the impact of excessive use of mobile phones. This will improve the mental health and wellbeing of participants by enabling them to identify and address the impact of their excessive use of the technology and improve their resilience and confidence.

£5,721 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2016 Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

EnChord Music Leaders School Tour

£29,700 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2016 The Parochial Church Council

The organisation will use the funding to install a disabled toilet and a new roof within their community hall. This will enable the organisation to provide an improved facility for local residents.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2016 The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of

The organisation will use the funding to install a disabled toilet and a new roof within their community hall. This will enable the organisation to provide an improved facility for local residents.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 Friends of Jubilee Park

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community day to bring together the whole community for intergenerational activities and to welcome and encourage new arrivals from Eastern European communities. This will enable the organisation to share experiences old and new among the young and old and promote community cohesion amongst a diverse community. Activities will include games, cooking, competitions and taster sessions.

£7,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 St Mary's Parish Church

The organisation will use the funding to reorganise their toilet facilities to a unisex toilet and disabled toilet with changing facilities as they are not fit for purpose for use by the local community. This will ensure that there are toilet facilities which are fit for purpose, with disabled access and are accessible to families in the local community when accessing this facility.

£5,750 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 St Mary's Parish Church, Knowsley Village

The organisation will use the funding to reorganise their toilet facilities to a unisex toilet and disabled toilet with changing facilities as they are not fit for purpose for use by the local community. This will ensure that there are toilet facilities which are fit for purpose, with disabled access and are accessible to families in the local community when accessing this facility.

£5,750 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2016 The Sylvester Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create new outdoor areas on the grounds of the school with facilities for a range of investigative and exploratory outdoor play. This will enable the group to provide a stimulating play facility for pupils, local children and families during and outside of school time, supporting their physical, social and emotional development.

£8,410 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2016 M.A.L.S. Merseyside

The organisation will use the funding to deliver life change workshops to offenders awaiting release from prison and mentoring sessions following their release from prison. This will enable the organisation to work with the inmates to reduce re-offending, to promote stronger family relationships, aiming to create better and safer communities.

£9,782 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2016 Iranian Cultural Society of Liverpool

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of activities including basic English skills and women only leisure activities to the local Iranian community. This will provide support to women with religious barriers access activities and enable newly arrived immigrants improve their English and integrate more successfully.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2016 Iranian Cultural Society of Liverpool

. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of activities including basic English skills and women only leisure activities to the local Iranian community. This will provide support to women with religious barriers access activities and enable newly arrived immigrants improve their English and integrate more successfully.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2016 St Luke's Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install an outdoor trim trail and grass mats within the school grounds. This will improve the facilities of the school to help encourage pupils and the local community to improve their fitness levels and physical health with the aim of reducing high levels of obesity in the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2016 Derby Court Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to run IT sessions targeting older people in residential accommodation. This will aim to reduce social isolation and increase IT skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2016 St George's Church, Huyton

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of events for children and family groups who are experiencing mental health issues associated with living in poverty such as depression, anxiety/stress and behaviour problems. This will enable the organisation to offer professional psychological support to children and their families to address these issues and also engage them in fun and focussed events using this opportunity to link individuals with community partners.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 Memory Lane

To deliver a programme of advice, support, peer led training and skills development, and volunteering for people living with dementia and their carers. This will improve the health and wellbeing of participants by increasing their ability to manage the condition, symptoms and behaviours and reduce the stress and anxiety of carers by developing a network of mutual support.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2016 Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase gym equipment for the school for use by all of the school children suffering from obesity, and in particular the children who have autism, ASD and ADHD. This will enable the school to raise fitness and sporting awareness in the school, aiming to reduce levels of obesity, increase their physical fitness, and continue to integrate the children with complex needs in mainstream activities.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2016 Halewood Town Council

The organisation will use the funding to regenerate a pocket park within the local community. This will provide improve the pathways and environment within a local green space, provide volunteering opportunities and run a community event to celebrate to celebrate the regeneration of the park.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2016 Mojo Theatre

The organisation will use the funding to organise, deliver and record a drama production developed by young people to bring attention to their concerns, and create a website to promote and distribute their work. This will raise the self-confidence and esteem of young people and provide them with a positive diversion from anti-social behaviour during the summer holidays.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2016 Centre 63 Kirkby

This is a project by a charitable company in Knowsley, Merseyside. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of weekly employment skills development sessions and business mentoring in textiles and fashion to young people who are not in employment, education, or training. This will improve the life chances of participants by increasing their employability and opportunities for self-employment and business development.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2016 Kirkby Arts and Crafts

Remembering all who fought and fell in the Battle of the Somme

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Claire Bigley

Building a sustainable small scale touring network

£8,080 Arts Council England
31 Mar 2016 Huyton Initiative 4 Youth Activities

The charity will run family learning programmes for parents and children to improve their IT, maths, English and numerous other skills. It will also run a homework club for local children and young people who don?t have IT or internet access.

£9,982 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2016 Huyton Gateway Club

The organisation will use the funding to improve the community building by installing a new boiler, new flooring and new toilet facilities, and also by creating a sensory room. This will improve the building, used primarily by people with learning disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2016 Alt Bridge Secondary Support Centre

The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment for an outdoor adventure area which will be used in out of school hours and extended services during the school holiday. This will enable the organisation to provide a safe, child friendly environment to develop the children?s fine and gross motor skills, increase their physical activity levels and aim to decrease the current high levels of childhood obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2016 Lisa Simpson Inclusive Dance Ltd

Lisa Simpson Inclusive Dance : Development 2016-18

£40,078 Arts Council England
2 Feb 2016 St Andrew The Apostle Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install play equipment to develop an outdoor adventure programme which will be aimed at inactive young people who are overweight or obese. This will aim to reduce and prevent obesity in young people and future health issues in the local area through increased active play.

£9,991 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2016 Tailored Advice Services in Communities C.I.C

The organisation will use the funding to offer a welfare and money advice service for vulnerable and isolated residents, such as unemployed people, carers, people with disabilities and people on long term sick, as well as providing digital access and support with job searches and CV writing. This will enable local people to access help and support about welfare and finances, access IT equipment and the internet and gain employment support.

£9,997 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2016 Knowsley MBC

Prescot Soccer Centre Pitch Development

£190,311 Sport England
11 Jan 2016 Knowsley Housing Trust

This project will match older people living in their own homes with young people, including care leavers and those not in employment, education or training. It will encourage positive and supportive relationships and explore ways in which Homeshare could work with the local authority to find sustainable ways of reducing the need people to go into care or emergency accommodation. The scheme will be rolled out in local partnership with Person Shaped Support, Knowsley Council, and Knowsley Community College.

£226,938 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jan 2016 PLC Activities Club

The organisation will use the funding to create a room and fund sessional staff to run social and leisure activities and services for the local community. This will enable the organisation to support the local community and address issues created by deprivation and improve access to accessible community facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Dec 2015 SKYWellbeing CIC

This is a project by a community interest company in Knowsley, Merseyside. The organisation will use the funding to hold a series of self-awareness, self-reliance and self-improvement sessions for 30 disadvantaged women. This will improve their life chances by increasing their self esteem and resilience, and increase their social support networks.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2015 The Friends of Plantation

The organisation will use the funding to set up and run an extra-curricular reading programme for children and their parents. This will enable the organisation to improve literacy skills and educational outputs and raise aspirations.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2015 Enterprise Credit Union Limited

A project to provide support, advice and education for people experiencing financial problems and debt crisis. The project will include financial education and self-help advice with support from the Money Advice Service and the Financial Conduct Authority, one-to-one sessions for participants who have more complex financial needs, and crisis support for those with lack of money to pay for food, fuel and accommodation.

£318,197 Big Lottery Fund
23 Nov 2015 Kirkby CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase electronic dance equipment to establish afterschool and breakfast club exercise classes. This will enable the group to use dance and games to encourage greater physical activity in pupils, staff and parents, improving health and wellbeing as well as encouraging greater engagement with the school and activities.

£9,925 Big Lottery Fund
17 Nov 2015 St Margaret Mary's Catholic Junior School

This organisation will use the funding to purchase and install new outdoor play equipment. This will enable the organisation to provide a stimulating outdoor adventure programme that will increase physical activity levels and extended after school programmes. It will provide accessible exercise opportunities to children at the school and its wider school community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Nov 2015 Our Lady's Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to provide stimulating outdoor adventure activities outside of school hours. This will enable the organisation to promote healthy lifestyles, provide opportunities for physical exercise and improve young people's fitness levels, thereby addressing high levels of obesity and poor health which is prevalent in the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Nov 2015 The Learning Factory CIC

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of pre-employment coaching workshops to young people aged 16 to 24 years old to develop their communication and interview skills and self-presentation skills. This will improve the life chances of participants by increasing their potential to gain employment.

£6,740 Big Lottery Fund
3 Nov 2015 Rebound Dance & Health CIC

The organisation will use the funding to develop a community dance programme outside of curriculum time which will be aimed at inactive young people who are overweight or obese in schools across the Borough of Knowsley. This will aim to reduce levels of obesity and improve health and wellbeing of young people in the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Oct 2015 Big Help Project

The organisation will use the funding to employ an external Community Development Consultant on a sessional basis to research and identify additional beneficiaries, partners and venues to enable capacity building of this group. This will enable the organisation to extend services of emergency food provision, debt advice and employability support into additional deprived communities in Merseyside.

£9,916 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 KPAC Community Interest Company

The organisation will use the funding to offer skills workshops and cultural experiences for local people with disabilities, particularly learning disabilities. This will improve the skills of participants and ensure that they have access to the same cultural experiences and opportunities and their peers.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Westvale Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to develop an outdoor adventure programme which will be aimed at inactive young people who are overweight or obese; this will include activity zones in an outdoor area of the school grounds and for young people to be trained as leaders to promote the initiative. This will aim to reduce childhood obesity levels in the school through increased physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 St Aidan's Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install an outdoor adventure area to enable them to run a programme of extracurricular activities for young people attending their school. This will aim to reduce obesity through encouraging increased physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2015 Millbrook Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to establish an outdoor garden facility within their school and run a programme of healthy lifestyle activities including orienteering and dance. This will improve the health and well being of children by providing physical activities to improve their health and well being, including problems with obesity and improve their confidence and personal development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Aug 2015 C.E.L.L.S. Project C.I.C.

The funding will be used to deliver awareness sessions and interactive workshops to young people in schools on issues such as gun and knife crime, gangs and anti-social behaviour. Rehabilitated ex-offenders will also be part of the project to share their experiences. It will also recruit and train more volunteers to help support the work, offering more tailored support to young people that need it.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2015 Kirkby Arts and Crafts

The organisation will use funding to deliver arts and crafts workshops in three care homes including developing computer skills. This will provide reminiscence, recreational and social activities for older people, enable them to develop new skills, and help reduce their isolation and loneliness.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2015 Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

£184,360 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
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
11 Jul 2015 Cronton Pathways Walks for Health

The funding will be used to run activity sessions for local people who are at risk of isolation, helping to keep them active and engaged in community life.

£1,800 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 St Mary and St Paul's CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to improve their outdoor play facilities for the benefit of the children who attend their breakfast and after school clubs. This will support the development of key social, emotional, language and communication skills and tackle issues of obesity.

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jun 2015 Halewood CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to develop an outdoor adventure programme which will be aimed at inactive young people who are overweight or obese to use out of school hours. This will promote healthy lifestyles and exercise, improving the young people?s fitness levels and reduce the risk of obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2015 Landlife

Sharing A Tale of 2 Cities: Art from our Land

£14,400 Arts Council England
19 May 2015 Plantation Primary School and Nursery

The school will use funding to install a trim trail for local school children to use at playtime, lunchtime and for community use during the school holidays. This will improve their health and fitness.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2015 Neighbourhood Services Company Limited

The organisation will use the funding to run workshops providing basic skills training in ICT, English and Maths for young NEET people in the local area, with a view to providing improved skills in these areas, with core preparation skills for progression into accredited training and employment.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund