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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
4 Jan 2016 Health Action Team (HATeam Salford Foyer)

The organisation will use the funding to continue providing international cookery courses for young people either from broken homes or living with mental health issues, who live in this temporary accommodation home. The project will equip the beneficiaries with the everyday skills needed for independent living once they move out of the temporary accommodation, including cookery, social, basic literacy and numeracy skills as well as a greater understanding of healthy eating and wellbeing.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jan 2016 Health Action Team

The organisation will use the funding to continue providing international cookery courses for young people either from broken homes or living with mental health issues, who live in this temporary accommodation home. The project will equip the beneficiaries with the everyday skills needed for independent living once they move out of the temporary accommodation, including cookery, social, basic literacy and numeracy skills as well as a greater understanding of healthy eating and wellbeing.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
23 Dec 2015 Oakwood Youth Club

Twisted Tales Disability Arts Festival

£14,777 Arts Council England
18 Dec 2015 Rachel Britch

Growing

£2,474 Arts Council England
18 Dec 2015 YOU CAN Community Club

The organisation will use the funding to engage 10 young adults with disability and learning difficulties in a 9 month volunteer development programme. This will assist the participants to achieve accredited training in the organisation?s three foundation training areas of Safeguarding and Child Protection, Disability Awareness and First Aid, resulting in attaining qualifications, improve their social skills and their chances in life.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2015 StreetGames UK

Apprenticeship Trailblazer for Community Sport 2015

£24,500 Sport England
16 Dec 2015 Borough Social Club Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their games room and run social and exercise classes and activities for the local community and a community day trip. This will increase community activities with the aim of addressing low morale, depression, isolation and feelings of loneliness.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Dec 2015 Torah Teachers Training Scheme

The organisation will use the funding to deliver parenting courses focusing on Jewish families in the local community. This will empower local parents through increased confidence and ability to support and communicate with their teenagers and improve understanding of issues effecting young people through parenting courses and family skills.

£9,720 Big Lottery Fund
3 Dec 2015 Lower Kersal Young People's Group

'Shot': then and now

£9,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Nov 2015 St Andrew's CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an outdoor activity centre. This will enable the organisation to provide an opportunity for children to socially interact whilst participating in physically activities. This will alleviate concerns regarding insular attitudes, poor social skills, increasing obesity levels and associated illnesses attributed to lack of physical exercise, sedentary lifestyles and the increasing reliance on technology.

£9,965 Big Lottery Fund
11 Nov 2015 Clifton Arts & Crafts 50 + Group

The funding will enable this group to buy sewing machines, materials, storage, utensils and also day trips for the members. Many of the group members have now gained an increased level of self esteem. By bringing the members new experiences this will lessen the likelihood that they will become socially isolated, many of whom are of an older generation and would otherwise be at risk of this.

£4,506 Big Lottery Fund
11 Nov 2015 Positive Moves Community Interest Company

The organisation will use funding to deliver a series of after school activities, including sports, art, conflict resolution and cooking, for children aged 5 to 12 where families will not be at home after school. This will provide beneficiaries with a safe place to go after the school day, with the aim of reducing anti social behaviour and raising aspirations and administration.

£9,059 Big Lottery Fund
8 Nov 2015 Toll House

The organisation will use the funding to renovate their community building. This will enable the organisation to accommodate user groups the whole year round as well as attract new users.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Nov 2015 Ellenbrook Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to develop a physical fitness area within school grounds. This will enable the organisation to encourage children to participate in physical activities instead of being homebound and IT dependent. The project will also engage parents, with an aim to educate and enable them to understand the benefits outdoor activities can have and the importance of having a fit and healthy lifestyle.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2015 Hand on Heart Charity Ltd

The organisation will use funding to recruit and train a pool of awareness raising volunteers. This will enable employees of the group to concentrate on the running of the organisation across the country, whilst volunteers concentrate on raising awareness of sudden cardiac arrest in children and young people.

£6,546 Big Lottery Fund
3 Nov 2015 The Ellesmere Sports Club

Refurbishment of Pavilion Phase 1

£50,300 Sport England
3 Nov 2015 Christ The King RC Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to build an outdoor creative play area with a shelter, bridge and walkway in the school grounds for use in after school activities. This will give children the opportunity to develop social, cognitive and analytical skills and build confidence to engage in education to improve future prospects and deter from underage drinking, substance misuse, petty crime and anti-social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Oct 2015 Fat Out Partnership

Phase Two Launch of Fat Out s Burrow

£14,500 Arts Council England
27 Oct 2015 Salford University Boat Club

Additional 8+ Boat for Women & Lightweight Men Crew

£10,000 Sport England
23 Oct 2015 University of Salford

Albert The Tank Tram

£15,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2015 Chavivin

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of learning and physical activity based sessions for Jewish boys in Salford to help overcome social and emotional issues. This will enable the organisation to help strengthen self esteem and encourage social skills identified as lacking in many children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2015 Mark Page

Sodly-On-Sea

£8,338 Arts Council England
14 Oct 2015 Yeshivas Lubavitch Manchester

The organisation will use the funding to run intergenerational discussion groups between college students and older members of the local community. This will aim to reduce isolation and loneliness of older people in the local community and improve health and wellbeing.

£9,770 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2015 The Centre for Specialist Educational Assistance Limited

The organisation will use the funding to deliver accredited training in citizenship, social responsibility, parenting skills and personal development in deprived Jewish communities in Greater Manchester. This will enable the group to provide culturally-sensitive and appropriate skills training and support to people who often face prejudice as well as cultural and economic challenges.

£9,810 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2015 Beesley Kurlers

The organisation will use the funding to purchase storage, IT equipment, team shirts and outings for members of its indoor kurling group. This will enable the group to provide additional social activities to members, many of whom are older and at risk of isolation, as well as carry out administrative work more effectively, ensure equipment can be safely stored, as well as deliver more effective and efficient activities and support to the community.

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2015 Performance For All North West CIC

The organisation will use the funding to deliver sport and fitness sessions and educational workshops in local primary schools; using the story of Special Olympian Kiera Byland. This will inspire children and young people, promote inclusion and raise awareness of disabilities.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2015 Lifecentre Salford

The organisation will use the funding to run a mentoring service for young people making the transition from primary school to high school. This will enable the organisation to help manage the stress experienced by many young people and help avoid them becoming disengaged from education.

£9,944 Big Lottery Fund
4 Oct 2015 Eccles Community Hall Organisation

The organisation will use the funding to install a professional sound system at their community hall. This will enable the organisation to provide performances and speech based events at the venue that can be enjoyed by all including the elderly community that are often hard of hearing.

£7,901 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2015 Friends of Westwood Park Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a variety of workshops for parents and families in the area, including CV writing and interview techniques, childcare, healthcare, customer service and vocational qualifications sessions. This will also involve family learning activities in drama and gardening, and help develop the business, entrepreneurial skills of beneficiaries to enable them to set up their own business and improve their employment opportunities.

£8,600 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2015 Greater Manchester Tenants United Campaign

The organisation will use the funding to run ESOL courses and courses in employability, English language, basic rights and British culture for Eastern European migrant workers. This will improve communication skills and community cohesion in the local area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2015 BASIC - Brain and Spinal Injury Centre Limited

The organisation will use the funding to expand their support to people recovering from strokes by use of a bespoke interactive and therapeutic computer program. This will improve the health and wellbeing of participants by enabling them to regain skills and supporting their rehabilitation to independence.

£9,672 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Salford Community Leisure Limited

The organisation will use the funding to run positive diversionary activities for young people twice weekly. This will enable the organisation to engage young people in activities which will raise aspirations and lead to reduction in the incidence of crime and anti-social behaviour.

£9,816 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2015 Salford Armed Forces Veterans Network

The organisation will use the funding to establish a befriending service for veterans of the armed forces. This will enable the group to provide support and advice to people who have recently left the services or are longstanding veterans to help them adapt to civilian life and develop support networks to reduce the risk of ill-health, frustration and difficulty.

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
18 Sep 2015 Words in Edgeways

The organisation will use the funding to publish an anthology of creative writing and work done by members of its writing group. This will enable the group to celebrate the work of its members, as well as promote the group and its work in order to attract more members to benefit from therapeutic, creative and social activities.

£738 Big Lottery Fund
17 Sep 2015 New Park High School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase camping and forest school equipment, so they can deliver outdoor activities for their pupils who all suffer from social, emotional or behavioural issues. This will increase concentration and skills amongst participants to improve their educational attainment.

£1,235 Big Lottery Fund
17 Sep 2015 Salford Autism Friendly Environments Limited

The organisation will use the funding to purchase additional equipment and resources in order to establish a wider range of practical, creative and healthy activities for adults with autism. This will enable the group to provide fun and challenging activities in order to help beneficiaries learn new skills, reduce isolation and improve health and wellbeing.

£9,809 Big Lottery Fund
17 Sep 2015 Kivisi

The organisation will use the funding to recruit and train volunteers to run support services for people in the community who are dealing with infertility. This will enable the organisation to provide support and advice which will address stress, deterioration of relationships and mental health issues that result from infertility problems.

£8,480 Big Lottery Fund
16 Sep 2015 Salford City Council

LIGHTWAVES to ILLUMINATE

£130,000 Arts Council England
14 Sep 2015 Walkden After School Playscheme (W.A.S.P.)

The organisation will use the funding to run healthy eating, growing and exercise sessions for children and young people at an after school club. This will enable the organisation to improve the understanding of the need for healthy diet and exercise.

£4,210 Big Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2015 Walkden After School Playscheme

The organisation will use the funding to run healthy eating, growing and exercise sessions for children and young people at an after school club. This will enable the organisation to improve the understanding of the need for healthy diet and exercise.

£4,210 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Ezra Manchester

The organisation will use the funding to extend the opening hours of an out-of-school club for Jewish young people who face barriers to participate in mainstream youth activities due to their diverse cultural needs. The club will offer new activities, emphasising on the importance of increased exercise, healthy living, self-reliance and dealing with stress.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 JSENSE

The organisation will use the funding to offer parenting skills workshops for the parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, specifically the Jewish community. This will improve relationships between families and improve the skills of parents and carers to help them cope with their child?s additional needs.

£9,869 Big Lottery Fund
10 Sep 2015 Old Lane Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to establish a youth club provision following outreach work carried out by youth and community workers with mentoring and training for young people, as well as family engagement activities. This will enable the group to provide positive activities and support to young people to prevent antisocial behaviour and boredom, as well as work with families to help them understand their child?s behaviour.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2015 M44 News CIC

A District At War - Serialised history of Irlam and Cadishead in WW1

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Monton Green Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to redevelop a piece of land on the grounds of the school to create a friendship and wildlife garden. This will enable the group to provide an additional outdoor resource to pupils and the wider community, enhancing education, outdoor play and learning as well as providing a quiet sensory area for pupils with additional needs.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2015 Holy Cross & All Saints R.C. Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install all-weather ?playbond? surfacing in a wooded area in the school grounds. This will enable the organisation to provide a green space area for use by the school and the wider community, thereby increasing potential for exercise and physical activity in an urban community that has health concerns due to lack of exercise opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Dangerous to Know

The Dissolution of Percy

£12,500 Arts Council England
2 Sep 2015 Clifton Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create a safe and accessible outdoor area at the school that will be made available to pupils, families and local community groups. This will enable the group to enhance outdoor learning during school time, as well as provide an accessible outdoor resource for local community groups to use outside of school time.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Dangerous to Know

The Dissolution of Percy

£12,216 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2015 Gateway Action (Salford)

The organisation will use the funding to renovate their commercial kitchen and also to provide fitness equipment. This will provide updated kitchen facilities and fitness equipment for use by different groups within the Jewish community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Aug 2015 Lets Go Global

The organisation will use the funding to provide a series of creative interactive workshops and discussions for members of the community, culminating in a celebration event. This will help unite neighbourhoods to explore creative ways to help address issues and activate changes in the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2015 Mark Devereux Projects

StudioBook

£14,900 Arts Council England
26 Aug 2015 Living Behind the Mask

The organisation will use the funding to establish a series of social, creative and awareness-raising activities for people with invisible illnesses such as fibromyalgia, mental illness, or conditions that are not well known and often stigmatised. This will enable the group to reduce isolation and provide a way for beneficiaries to meet people with similar conditions, and receive support and advice about their illnesses and techniques for improving wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2015 Warm Hut UK

The organisation will use the funding to record life experiences of ten men who are married or partners of women who have under gone FGM from local French speaking African communities. This will provide one to one counselling, and enable the men to tell their stories, to be used in community training and workshops to promote the negative effects FGM has on women and their partners, and empower more local men to get involved to help stop the practice.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Aug 2015 Marlborough Road Academy

The funding will be used for a variety of workshops and learning sessions for the parents and families of pupils, including cookery, parenting skills and money management.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2015 DIY Theatre Community Interest Company

?Bringing us to our Senses?

£14,678 Arts Council England
12 Aug 2015 DIY Theatre Community Interest Company

Bringing us to our Senses

£14,678 Arts Council England
5 Aug 2015 Marika Klambatsea

BUTTERFLY IN BLOOD

£14,000 Arts Council England
5 Aug 2015 Moorfield Community Primary School

The funding will be used to make improvements to the school?s outdoor space by installing fencing, seating, a wildflower meadow, trees and a storytelling chair. This will provide a safe and accessible resource to pupils and the wider community, with areas for quiet reflection, positive thinking and interaction to support social, physical and educational development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jul 2015 The Big Dance

The funding will be used for equipment to deliver gentle exercise classes for local older people and people with medical issues and disabilities. This will help improve mental and physical wellbeing.

£2,837 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
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
22 Jul 2015 Lowry Centre Trust

The Lowry - Capital Stage 2

£2,863,232 Arts Council England
6 Jul 2015 Pendleton Platinum's Morris

The funding will be used for transport, costumes, and IT equipment so the group can run its Morris Dancing activities for a wider group of people from the local community, supporting health and wellbeing.

£9,340 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jul 2015 Eccles Festival Committee

The funding will be used to extend its annual community festival by delivering additional activities in the town centre to complement the main event in a local park. This will make the event more accessible to local residents and retail businesses, celebrate the town?s diversity and welcome new migrant populations to the area.

£7,923 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 Salford EMTAS

Irish Traveller Wagon project: Bringing heritage alive

£49,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2015 Langworthy Cornerstone Association Limited

The funding will be used for a six-month pilot project supporting people who are unemployed and signpost them local training and advice services. This will help people become self-employed through freelancing or starting their own businesses. They will be given support to improve their wellbeing, aspirations and potential in the workplace.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2015 Tindall Street Allotment Group

The organisation will use the funding to install a solar-powered electrical supply at its allotment and community shelter, replacing old propane gas heaters which are a safety hazard and starting to cause damage to the shelter. This will enable the group to provide allotment holders with a clean and safe electricity supply, as well as improve the comfort and facilities at the group?s community shelter, making it available for use by local community groups and visitors of all abilities and needs.

£9,752 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2015 St Paul's CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment and establish a project proving advice, resources and support to parents who wish to support their child?s education and development but either do not know how or do not have the facilities to do so. This will provide parents who need additional support to assist their child with access to English language training, IT resources and activities to reduce isolation as well as improve engagement with the school and their child?s education.

£9,845 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jun 2015 Summerville Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install multi-use sports goals on the playground area. This will enable the group to provide additional facilities for outdoor play durning and outside of school time, with appropriate equipment to encourage a range of physical and active play.

£9,300 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2015 Bnos Agudas Yisroel

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a summer holiday scheme for girls from Jewish communities, many of whom experience deprivation or have additional social or learning needs preventing them from accessing mainstream services. This will provide accessible and culturally-sensitive activities to girls who often face issues considered ?taboo? that create barriers to participation in activities, improving confidence, social skills and encouraging healthy, positive lifestyles.

£8,100 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2015 Azamrah Youth Club

The organisation will use the funding to deliver an activity scheme during the summer holidays aimed at children and young people aged 3 -11 years old from areas of social or economic deprivation. This will provide children and families at risk of boredom, antisocial behaviour and harm during the holidays with positive activities and experiences otherwise unavailable to them, improving family cohesion, reducing boredom and encouraging active and healthy lifestyles.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2015 AGUDA North West

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of out of school activities for children and young people up to the age of 16 years old focussed primarily on physical health and self esteem, and culturally appropriate mental health support to parents. This will improve the health and wellbeing of the community by increasing activity levels and reducing stress.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2015 Salford Lads and Girls Club

Brightening Young Lives

£15,000 Sport England
10 Jun 2015 The Ellesmere Sports Club

Refurbishment of Pavilion Phase 1

£1,000 Sport England
9 Jun 2015 St Mary's RC Primary School

The group will use the funding to create an outdoor fitness gym in the school grounds. This will encourage health and fitness in a safe and secure environment.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jun 2015 Alison Burrows

Out of the Ordinary

£6,200 Arts Council England
3 Jun 2015 Musiculture

Tromboranga UK Tour October 2015

£14,200 Arts Council England
26 May 2015 Banana Enterprise Network Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to run pre-self employed focused training, advice, guidance and support and community engagement activities for people who are claiming benefits or wanting to move in to self employment in the Wigan area. This will remove barriers to employment, develop business skills and provide support to improve the chances of success of people becoming self employed.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 May 2015 AIS Group

The organisation will use the funding to refurbish the kitchen and toilet facilities in newly acquired premises to be used as an education and community centre for local residents. This will make the premises fit for purpose and enable the organisation to consolidate and expand its activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 May 2015 Irlam & Cadishead Community Festival Committee

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a community festival with a range of activities including music, children?s arts and crafts, street performers and artists and taster sessions for local sports groups. This will provide an opportunity for local people to contribute to activities and take part in a community event.

£5,601 Big Lottery Fund
20 May 2015 Jane McNulty

Irlam Festival Fringe 2015

£5,330 Arts Council England
13 May 2015 Proud and Loud Arts

Pyramus and Thisbe

£14,900 Arts Council England
12 May 2015 Talmud Torah Chinuch Neorim School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase a range of outdoor play equipment. This will enable the organisation to encourage children and young people to engage in active play in order to address issues of childhood obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2015 Walkden Community

The organisation will use the funding to run a one day community festival in a local park. This will provide opportunities for local people to get involved in their community as volunteers, and increase community spirit in an area of high deprivation though participation in a shared event.

£3,837 Big Lottery Fund
6 May 2015 St Luke's R.C. Primary School

Primary Spaces

£30,000 Sport England
29 Apr 2015 Organised Chaos Productions

Lightspeed

£10,958 Arts Council England
23 Apr 2015 Boothstown Methodist Primary School

The organisation will redevelop a piece of land within their school to include fitness play equipment and soft tread flooring. This will provide a space where children from the wider community can improve health and fitness and mental and physical development through play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 Archery in the Community

Agincourt 1415-2015. 600th anniversary commemorations

£8,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2015 Bridgewater Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install an outdoor play facility with equipment to encourage play that is active, takes risks and develops coordination and balance skills. This will enable the group to support childrens? development by instilling confidence in them through play, with the aim of improving their behaviour, spatial awareness, coordination and balance, as well as encouraging greater independence and teamwork.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Apr 2015 Salford Community Leisure Limited

Sports Facility Strategy

£10,000 Sport England
8 Apr 2015 Swinton, Pendlebury & Clifton Care Of The Elderly Associatio

The organisation will use the funding to purchase and install an industrial dishwasher in their community day centre to benefit service users including older people who are isolated in their own homes. This will reduce the need for older people with mobility issues to wash dishes and enable them to spend more time socialising; it will also allow the organisation to cater for more groups and service users within the day centre.

£1,900 Big Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2015 Lower Kersal Young Peoples Project

Project Shed

£13,000 Arts Council England
30 Mar 2015 Yad Veachisomoch

The organisation will use the funding to organise a community fun day. This will enable the organisation to engage members of the community in organising an event that will bring the whole community together for a day.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2015 Ordsall Trust

Ordsall's Lost Generations

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2015 Salford Foundation

Salford's War - A community's journey through WW1, as seen by the children of today

£9,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Mar 2015 Ezra U'Marpeh Manchester Branch

The organisation will use funding to provide training for a team of volunteers, to work with older, more vulnerable people in their community, helping alleviate this by providing emotional and practical support, with the aim of integrating them more into their community.

£9,783 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2015 Fionnuala Dorrity

Mirrors (working title)

£4,500 Arts Council England
14 Mar 2015 Visit From The Stork Community Interest Company

The organisation will use funding to deliver a journalism course, for young parents in the community. This will enable beneficiaries to learn transferrable creative writing and ICT skills, with the aim of recruiting them as volunteers to write for the group's magazine or assist them into gainful employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Mar 2015 TAG

The organisation will use the funding to run a project five evenings a week to provide advice and information to the local community about how to safely access the internet. This will ensure that local families are safe online providing advice and information about potential dangers.

£9,755 Big Lottery Fund