Lottery grants awarded to Lancaster, North West

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
25 Oct 2017 Mirador

Walking in Others Footsteps

£38,130 Arts Council England
15 Sep 2017 Lancaster Phoenix Korfball Club

Bring us korfball posts!

£1,746 Sport England
24 Aug 2017 Pip Dickens

Solo Exhibition - Storey Gallery Lancaster

£1,979 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2017 Sarah Casey

Research Development in Toronto

£3,563 Arts Council England
11 Jul 2017 Appletree Nursery School

The funding will be used by a nursery school to remove an old climbing frame in the school grounds in order to install a new triple tower climbing frame. The project aims to provide the community with a fun way to learn new skills and aid the children?s development.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Lancaster & Morecambe College

Tackling Inactivity at LMC

£79,050 Sport England
26 Jun 2017 The Friends of Lancaster City Museum

‘«ˇBLASTED‘«÷ a participatory performance and learning project informed by the ‘«ˇBoomtown‘«÷ exhibition at Lancaster Museum

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 Middle Wood Charitable Trust

River Roeburn: Remembering & Restoring

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jun 2017 Grosvenor Park Primary PTA

The funding will be used to run family e-safety sessions focusing on child protection, scams, security risks and cyber bullying. The project aims to educate families about the risks of being online and protect children from these risks.

£9,947 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2017 Lancaster BID

Light Up Lancaster 2017

£85,000 Arts Council England
2 Jun 2017 West End & Heysham (North) Allotment Association

The funding will be used to create a dedicated safe area within an allotment for those with disabilities, learning difficulties and school children. The project aims to provide safe access and the opportunity to use the allotment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2017 Global Link (Lancaster)

This is a development of existing work delivered by Global Link aiming to improve the life-skills, employment prospects and social opportunities of refugees and asylum seekers living in Lancaster. The project will build on a successful drop-in service which has provided people with access to local social activities and opportunities to learn about life and work in the UK. The project will develop to provide additional activities, both shaped and co-delivered by beneficiaries, on a more formalised basis.

£290,238 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2017 Anthony Briggs

Hands On

£14,399 Arts Council England
30 May 2017 Lancashire Association of Boys & Girls Clubs.

The funding will be used by a charity to train staff and volunteers in safeguarding, education, first aid. The project aims to provide people with the correct skills in order to sustain their future. This will allow them to continue to offer help, support and guidance to young people in the community.

£9,615 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2017 Rebecca Birch

Undermine

£14,985 Arts Council England
23 May 2017 Lancaster John O'Gaunt Rowing Club

Improve Learn to Row with Two Stable Boats

£10,000 Sport England
5 May 2017 Department of English and Creative Writing Lancas

Lancaster Words

£3,814 Arts Council England
5 May 2017 Strawberry Fields Training C.I.C.

The funding will be used to run activity sessions for boys aged 10-15 within the local area. The sessions will cover topics like drugs and alcohol awareness, as well as practical skills including bike maintenance. The project aims to provide young people in the community who are at risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour the chance to engage in positive activities and reduce the amount of crime in the area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Ludus Dance

Breaking the Code: Crypto-Choreography

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Kate Drummond

Seaside Sculpture Day 2017

£14,321 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 33rd Lancaster Scout Group

The funding will be used by a charity to purchase a large dingy and trailer to provide sailing training for the scout group and give the community access to water based activities. The new dingy will allow activities to take place at a local reservoir and further afield in the Lake District.

£2,625 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Torrisholme Rambling Club

The funding will be used to allow members of a walking group to attend map orientation and first aid courses, along with purchasing six first aid kits to be taken on each walk. The project aims to provide people with the skills and confidence to be able to lead walks for the community.

£3,888 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Global Link

World War One sowing seeds of Citizenship

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 DigVentures

The Lancaster Hoard Community Archaeology Project

£59,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Andy Smith

Summit further R and D

£9,253 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Great Wood Primary School

The funding will be used by a community primary school to upgrade their play provision for their early year?s foundations stage and key stage one children. This will provide play equipment to allow the younger children from their school access to outdoor activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Storey Art Gallery

Landed (Lancashire Cadaster)

£7,555 Arts Council England
20 Mar 2017 Cancercare North Lancashire And South Lakeland

The funding will be used to provide support to cancer patients, their carers, families and friends. The project aims to allow the group to adapt their services to address local health needs.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 Green Elephant Co-operative Limited

The funding will be used to update a community facility and adapt the existing disabled toilet to include a changing area. This will ensure that the facilities are fit for purpose for use by people with severe physical disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Lancaster Royal Grammar School

The Changing Face of Lancaster: Lancaster Royal Grammar School Community Archive Project

£19,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 The Well

The funding will be used to train people who are in stable recovery from substance misuse to become recovery coaches. The project aims to improve their skills, and provide a support network for people who are currently recovering, to help maintain their progress.

£9,959 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2017 St Paul's Church Caton

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to redevelop the road which the local community use to access their facilities. The project aims to improve safety and ensure that the facilities remain accessible to the local community.

£5,376 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2017 West End Primary School

The funding will be used by a school to set up a beach club for families and elderly residents from the local care home. This is a small school with a high proportion of children starting and leaving due to seasonal jobs in the local area. The project aims to provide more activities for young people and the local community.

£8,750 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jan 2017 Ryelands Primary and Nursery School

The funding will be used by a community school funding to provide after school activities and workshops for the children and the local community. The workshops will explore ambitions and aspirations, creating messages and images that will be displayed on the school walls. The aim of this project is to create a positive environment for pupils, inspire them, and increase their aspirations.

£4,800 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2016 Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School, Carnforth

This is a project by a primary school in Lancashire. The funding will be used to create an outdoor area in which the children and community can socialise. The area will also be made available to community groups and will be used for community sessions. This facility will enable children and the wider community to improve their confidence and communication skills.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
13 Dec 2016 Morecambe and Heysham Westgate Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school in Lancashire to install an all-weather walking track around the school grounds. The project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of pupils and the community by providing a safe facility for outdoor exercise.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2016 Hua Xian Chinese Society

Lancaster Chinese Arts Festival

£14,244 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2016 Poulton-le-Sands Church of England Primary School

The project will use the funding to install an outdoor performance and seating area within the school grounds to be used outside of the school day. This will enhance the range of play facilities available at the school and offer activities which will increase skills and offer stimulating activities to children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

£9,735 Big Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2016 Lancaster Spotlight Club

The project will use the funding to develop a previous intergenerational project attracting new beneficiaries through discussion and workshops for young and older people to share their life experiences and stories and share their project at local community venues. This will aim to address isolation and bring these communities closer together.

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
21 Nov 2016 Lancaster Road Primary School

The project will use the funding to develop a creative play area within the school grounds including mark making boards, a sand play area, water chute and log seating area, which will enable the project to start an out of school hours ?Explorers club?. This will provide a calm safe environment and imaginative play activities to help aid the development of children and encourage positive behaviours. The facilities will be available to all family members.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Nov 2016 Jenny Reeves

Lancashire Life

£6,272 Arts Council England
14 Nov 2016 Lancaster Boys and Girls Club

This project will use the funding to run a youth club for children, their parents, carers and siblings who are living with Autism and other disabilities. This will provide a social outlet for a beneficiary group which has no provision locally.

£5,027 Big Lottery Fund
11 Nov 2016 Global Link (Lancaster)

This project will use the funding to deliver experiential workshops with refugee and asylum seeker communities. This will broaden experiences and reduce stigmas linked with these communities leading to improved cohesion.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
10 Nov 2016 Adam York Gregory

Tramway Retrospective and R+D Altered

£2,234 Arts Council England
28 Oct 2016 Morecambe and Heysham Grosvenor Park Primary School

This project will use the funding to create a new routeway, making the school field area more accessible for pupils, community events, festivals and school fairs. This will allow more outdoor activities to take place which will improve health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2016 Proper Community Media (Lancaster) Limited

The organisation will use the funding to renovate a disused community building and transform it into a broadcast studio and volunteer training venue. This will strengthen the community by providing a communication media outlet across the area.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2016 Lancaster Medical Museum Group

'Paths to the Future' - Bringing Lancaster's Medical Heritage to our Local Community

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 Morecambe Bay Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to provide fun activities including problem solving, physical activities and imaginative explorative games, for pupils of the school and groups from the wider community. This will reduce unruly behaviour of the children who have special education needs and help those pupils who speak English as a second language to integrate with their peers.

£9,935 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Skerton St Luke's Church of England Primary School

This project will use the funding to install a shelter, pathway, seating and landscaping within the school grounds. This will provide an area for quiet contemplation and discussion for children and parents to help them take some time out, cope with stress, reduce anxiety and improve their mental health.

£9,974 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2016 Skerton (Lancaster) Community Association

This is the development and continuation of a project that aims offer a range of activities to the local community to help tackle social isolation and encourage further community cohesion. The group will extend and convert the centre?s garage into a usable space and will offer more activities, such as crafts and healthy cooking sessions, and volunteering opportunities.

£215,218 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 More Music

Catalyst: Evolve

£105,170 Arts Council England
23 Aug 2016 Ludus Dance

Catalyst: Evolve

£150,000 Arts Council England
11 Aug 2016 Skerton ABC

The organisation will use the funding to deliver weekly sessions (3 x 3 hours) focussing on nutritional information, exercise, and child interaction skills development sessions to absent or uninvolved fathers . This will improve their parenting skills and interaction with their children resulting in improved personal relationships and esteem of the children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Aug 2016 Emues UK CIC

The organisation will use the funding to train sessional staff to deliver workshops to parents in the local community, who do not have the necessary parenting skills to raise their own children and the sessions will cover such topics as paediatric first aid, food hygiene awareness, child development advice, weaning and potty training information, and creating educational activities and planning outings for the family on a budget.

£9,559 Big Lottery Fund
10 Aug 2016 EMUES UK CIC

The organisation will use the funding to train sessional staff to deliver workshops to parents in the local community, who do not have the necessary parenting skills to raise their own children and the sessions will cover such topics as paediatric first aid, food hygiene awareness, child development advice, weaning and potty training information, and creating educational activities and planning outings for the family on a budget.

£9,559 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2016 ACCESS CIC

The organisation will use the funding to train their volunteers so that they are qualified to provide counselling sessions to children. This will develop the capacity of the organisation so that it can provide more services for children to help them overcome poor emotional wellbeing issues.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jul 2016 Larks in the Park

The organisation will use the funding to fund their second youth led free community music and arts festival, aiming to increase the number of volunteers, and re-engage beneficiaries through participation in community cohesion projects such as workshops on how to manage the technical side of putting on the event. This will enable the organisation to increase their capacity and reach a wider range of young people, aiming to get more people involved with the planning and hosting of the event.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2016 LESS (Lancaster District) CIC

The Faces Behind Our Food

£13,842 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2016 North Road Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install playground equipment and activity areas in their yard to benefit children during play time and after school club. This will aim to reduce the levels of obesity and improve the health of pupils through increased physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2016 Four Seasons Allotments

The organisation will use the funding to provide the resources and equipment to develop their community allotment and improve access to local woodland areas. This will provide an allotment and outdoor environment to address issues linked to social isolation, health and wellbeing and inclusive community engagement activities for all.

£9,813 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2016 The Parochial Church Council

The organisation will use the funding to upgrade its kitchen and catering facilities. This will enable it to continue to support the organisations currently using the hall and expand the range of organisations and services it delivers from the building to isolated and vulnerable groups in the community.

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

The organisation will use the funding to upgrade its kitchen and catering facilities. This will enable it to continue to support the organisations currently using the hall and expand the range of organisations and services it delivers from the building to isolated and vulnerable groups in the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2016 Deco Publique

Vintage by the Sea

£15,000 Arts Council England
11 Jul 2016 Nether Kellet Community Primary School

The school will purchase an outdoor classroom to provide facilities for after school clubs. This will improve the physical and social, communication and language skills and development of children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2016 Lancaster District Homeless Action Service

after the floods

£12,500 Arts Council England
24 Jun 2016 Creative Youth Ed

The organisation will use the funding to provide events management, social media and marketing skills training to Silver Arts Award level to disaffected young people who are classed as NEET and at risk of engaging in anti-social behaviour and gang activity. This will improve the life chances of participants by providing them with transferable employment skills and a qualification and divert them from negative influences and behaviours.

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2016 The Friends of Lancaster City Museum

'Recommissioned': presenting untold stories of the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment at the Somme

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2016 The Dukes Playhouse

Port Stories - animating stories of Lancaster's maritime heritage

£58,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2016 Andy Smith

The Preston Bill Touring and Summit Development

£14,994 Arts Council England
8 Jun 2016 Grace Turner

The Thief the Fox and the Phoenix

£12,599 Arts Council England
8 Jun 2016 Sharing Stories

Sharing Stories

£2,945 Arts Council England
6 Jun 2016 Stephen Grew

Round the block with two pianos (AIDF)

£5,000 Arts Council England
11 May 2016 Jocelyn McGregor

Doremifasolasido

£8,132 Arts Council England
10 May 2016 Lancaster BID

Light Up Lancaster 2016

£85,000 Arts Council England
10 May 2016 Yealand Village Hall

This is a project by a registered charity in Yealand, Lancashire. The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their male and disabled toilets. This will enable the organisation to provide improved facilities for the local community.

£7,531 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2016 13th Lancaster Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to replace the flooring to the main building, install security proof doors with ramps for wheelchair access. This will enable the organisation to improve the local facility used by the disabled members of the scout group and other local groups in the wider community to have access to the building which will engage all of the community to socially interact, reduce social isolation and improve community cohesion.

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 Night Owls

The group will use the funding to build a log cabin in their outdoor activity area. This will provide a storage facility and all-weather venue for play activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2016 Resource Creatives

Rewrite your Story

£25,000 Arts Council England
18 Apr 2016 Mirador

Behind the Wall

£46,000 Arts Council England
14 Apr 2016 Lancaster John O'Gaunt Rowing Club

Replacement concrete floor

£5,000 Sport England
6 Apr 2016 Lancaster Jazz Festival

Lancaster Jazz Festival, Artist and Audience Development

£14,650 Arts Council England
30 Mar 2016 Global Link

Women, War & Peace

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2016 Adam York Gregory

Buzzcut

£1,707 Arts Council England
7 Mar 2016 Lancaster District Community & Voluntary Solutions

The charity will set up a volunteer academy to enable people to access opportunities, information, support, mentoring and training. This will provide support to build skills, knowledge and confidence so that people can go onto engage in volunteering as a way of improving their wellbeing.

£9,270 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2016 Lancaster Christ Church Church of England Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an outdoor play area on the school grounds to include a water wall, mud kitchen, sand play, magic mountain and digging area for the benefit of young people in the local community. This will aim to improve development, social and problem solving skills and increase physical activity.

£9,993 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2016 Cockerham Parochial CE Primary School PTFA

The organisation will use the funding to provide portable outdoor equipment to use as part of family activities in sessions held after school. This will develop communication, resilience and coping skills of young people through family play

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2016 West End Development Resident's Group

The organisation will use the funding to install a new multi-use play area for children in the community. This will enable the organisation to provide a facility for children up to 7 years old and alleviate concerns of them becoming involved in anti-social activities and low level crime. This project forms part of a wider initiative to promote community spirit and cohesion, making the estate more attractive to new families.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2016 Victoria Institute

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish and upgrade the men?s toilets at their community facility to enable the organisation to use their facility for community events. This will ensure the future sustainability of the organisation to enable it to continue to run activities for local community groups and members.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2016 Outrageous Ambition

The organisation will use the funding to provide art workshops for people with complex support needs to develop a range of artistic designs that can be digitally enhanced and transferred to a range of cards, tote bags and t-shirts which they will go on to sell at craft fairs and further support the sustainability of this project. This will enable the organisation to provide activities to broaden the beneficiaries? social circles and build stronger links with the local community.

£9,120 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2016 Hear Me Roar

Hear Me Roar (HMR) - Feminist Festival

£11,000 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2016 Lancaster Spotlight

Spotlight Grass-Roots Writing Projects Portfolio

£26,172 Arts Council England
15 Dec 2015 Lancaster Millennium Choir

Charlie the cello that found its way home.

£8,250 Arts Council England
10 Dec 2015 Torrisholme Road Allotments Association

The organisation will use the funding to improve the security around the allotments with the installation of more secure fencing. This will enable the organisation to prevent the numerous instances of vandalism.

£2,622 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Litfest

First Friday Programme 2015-16

£48,000 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2015 The Rose Company

Cafe Coriolanus R and D

£8,380 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2015 DigVentures

Bronze Age Bolton le Sands

£49,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2015 Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to construct an outdoor covered area. This will enable the organisation to provide exercise opportunities for the children during extreme weather conditions to ensure they are more physically active and halt rising obesity levels. The new area will enable extra-curricular activities to take place outdoors, throughout the year and in all weathers, as well as improving the capacity to increase the range of activities held at the school.

£9,650 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2015 Ludus Dance

The organisation will use the funding to deliver positive, physical and supported activities using dance and the chance to complete leadership and arts award qualifications to engage with young people at risk of experiencing mental health issues or exclusion due to their socio-economic status. This will enable the group to provide vulnerable young people with access to a healthy, creative and positive activity to encourage self-expression, improve confidence and social engagement.

£9,254 Big Lottery Fund
13 Nov 2015 33rd Lancaster Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to purchase Kayak equipment. This will enable the scouts to replace the older kayaks which no longer comply with current health and safety regulations. It will allow a larger number of group members and new members to participate in kayaking activities, some of whom may face barriers to participation. This will enable young people to develop new skills, increase self confidence and participate in regular exercise in an area lacking recreation and leisure services.

£1,482 Big Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2015 Strawberry Fields Training C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to provide two types of training workshops. The first is for local residents that would like support their local community centre and volunteer for some of the groups that are, or will be running from the centre. The second is aimed at young people and is designed to increase social awareness through education.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund