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768 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
8 Aug 2017 Crosby Scout and Guide Marina Club

Expansion of Sailing Provision

£10,000 Sport England
4 Aug 2017 Lotte Wakeham

Lotte Wakeham: Trainee Artistic Director Project

£15,000 Arts Council England
3 Aug 2017 Sefton Unit No 48 Sea Cadet Corps

The group will purchase new IT equipment. This will improve the training facilities for their members to develop their skills and improve their employment opportunities.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2017 Sefton MBC

Beyond the War Memorials - a search for the hidden stories of the fallen soldiers

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2017 Green Park Primary Community Primary School

The school will provide a sensory garden and quiet place for pupils and wider community groups to use, specifically for children with anxiety and behavioural problems.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2017 Symbiont CIC

The funding will be used to run workshops, training and information sessions for residents of disadvantaged communities in Liverpool who are running community activities and community groups. The project aims to support the organisations to build capacity and continue to provide community activities.

£8,940 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2017 Formby Hockey Club

Formby Hockey Club Junior Hockey Development Project

£8,000 Sport England
26 Jun 2017 St George's Catholic Primary School, Maghull

WW1Maghull

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2017 Merseyside Employment Law

The funding will be used by a charity to create a website that will increase access to its services. The project aims to increase the organisation?s effectiveness in supporting individuals and other voluntary sector organisations.

£6,510 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jun 2017 L21 Community Judo Club

The funding will be used by a charity to carry out essential repairs to the community building. This will provide the local area with a community hub for the many clubs and activities that can no longer run due to the closure of the building until repairs are completed.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 2017 St John Bosco Catholic Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to transform an unused part of the grounds into a quiet zone. The project aims to improve the outdoor facilities of the school and provide a quiet area for children who are struggling with anxiety.

£9,685 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2017 St Philip's Church of England Controlled Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to develop their play area to include weaving posts, a climbing frame, bug hotel and insect habitat. The project aims to improve outdoor facilities and provide a safe environment and challenging activities, to help aid the development of young children and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2017 Thinking Film Ltd

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

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

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

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Crosby Sailing Club

"Volunteer, Train - Develop"

£10,000 Sport England
12 Apr 2017 Barry Webb

Opera Nepomuk

£15,000 Arts Council England
7 Apr 2017 Sefton MBC

Get Active In South Sefton

£77,815 Sport England
5 Apr 2017 Litherland Youth and Community Centre

This group will use the funding to continue to deliver open access youth sessions and expand their reach to additional young people. They will do this through new sessions delivered both at their centre and in the community during school holidays. A new Awards and Activity Coordinator will establish a learning programme of short courses. These will focus on personal development, improving self-confidence and ambition, and encouraging contribution within the community.

£179,350 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Hightown Parish Council

The funding will be used for a community worker to develop activities to reduce social isolation. This will focus particularly on older residents and aims to engage with the whole community by organising a community fun day. The project aims to improve the wellbeing of residents by developing a sense of shared identity and engagement.

£9,939 Big Lottery Fund
18 Mar 2017 Hightown Community Centre

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to purchase equipment that will allow it to expand its IT awareness and skills development workshops to isolated older people. The project aims to improve people?s skills, helping them to access information, services and social media platforms in order to maintain contact with friends and family and reduce loneliness.

£2,149 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2017 Waterloo Quilters

The funding will be used to run sewing workshops for isolated and bereaved people in the area who do not have access to other sources of shared interest and support. The project aims to strengthen the community by reducing social isolation and engaging people in a constructive shared interest.

£9,720 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Studio@Deyes

The funding will be used by a school to run a wellbeing inclusion programme to promote, enhance and embed positive wellbeing into the routines of students. The project aims to help students to reduce their anxiety levels and to improve their behaviour, attainment and achievement.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Sefton CVS

The funding will be used to support 750 people are experiencing digital exclusion in Liverpool city. The project aims to help people aged 18 and above, with a targeted focus on people aged 45 and over as well as others for whom digital inclusion is a key barrier to progression.

£703,366 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 Deyes High School

The funding will be used by a school to run a series of timetabled activities including relaxation, meditation, educational therapies and reflexology. The project aims to improve the mental health of students, staff and families in the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2017 St Luke's Halsall Church of England Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to install an eco-cabin to be used as a potting and gardening unit on the school grounds. This will create a unique space to promote health and wellbeing but also an area for quiet learning and reflection away from the busy playground.

£9,815 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2017 Maghull in Bloom

The funding will be used to run a programme of activities for retired, older residents. This will centre around developing horticultural skills by maintaining and improving local public spaces. The project aims to help reduce social isolation and improve the health and mental health of older residents in the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jan 2017 Summerhill Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to adapt its forest school site to make it more accessible for children with disabilities and provide dedicated out of school time activity sessions for these children with specially trained staff and helpers. This project aims to reduce the sense of exclusion these children may feel.

£9,120 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jan 2017 Waterloo Town Team Ltd

The funding will be used to research the needs of local residents with mental health issues, to develop support networks, promote local services, and evaluate their effectiveness. This projects aims to improve the health and wellbeing of local residents by raising awareness of the support available to them and provide an opportunity for them to shape future services.

£9,926 Big Lottery Fund
13 Dec 2016 Love my Language CIC

The funding will be used to work with isolated women who have little or no English language in order to help them integrate into the local community. The project aims to reduce isolation and increase confidence through a programme of interactive activities.

£6,350 Big Lottery Fund
10 Nov 2016 cuttothechaseproductions

Through the Wilderness

£14,990 Arts Council England
22 Oct 2016 Autism Initiatives (UK)

The organisation will create a covered garden area in the grounds of a respite care centre for people with Autism and learning disabilities. This will give people a transition space from the indoors to the outdoors, making sure they are accessing the outdoor environment in a safe and controlled way. It also means they can have a consistent experience and repetition as they won't be hampered by bad weather.

£7,925 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2016 Sefton CVS

This project will pilot a range of healthy eating and personal development sessions for young people with learning difficulties. This will support young people to develop life skills, improve their transition to adulthood and reduce social isolation.

£9,893 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 Andrew Hill

Abandon Silence - AV integration development for live performance series.

£14,800 Arts Council England
6 Sep 2016 Aintree Davenhill Primary School

WW1 Aintree and Melling

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 Maghull and Lydiate Local History Society

St Catherine‘«÷s Chapel (Known locally as Lydiate Abbey)

£7,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2016 HALO Sen & Disability Support Network C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme on understanding Autism and how it affects young people for parents of children with Autism. This will provide the parents of these young people with a greater understanding of their child's impairment and ability to communicate and to provide a support network where they can receive individual informal support.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2016 HALO, Sen & Disability Support Network C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme on understanding Autism and how it affects young people for parents of children with Autism. This will provide the parents of these young people with a greater understanding of their child's impairment and ability to communicate and to provide a support network where they can receive individual informal support.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 Break A Leg Productions Limited

Break A Leg Productions Ltd

£14,454 Arts Council England
18 Aug 2016 Re-Dock

Gym Jams

£15,000 Arts Council England
22 Jun 2016 Sefton Council for Voluntary Service

This continuation and expansion of an existing project will support offenders both pre- and post-release, to successfully transition from custody, integrate back into the community and access the information, advice and support they need to plan and pursue more positive futures away from offending behaviour. Using a network of trained mentors that includes ex-offenders, the project will enable beneficiaries to build up trusted relationships and receive one-to-one guidance, emotional and practical support.

£421,167 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jun 2016 Windmills

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a range of key life skills including team work and conflict resolution to disadvantaged young people and the long term unemployed with complex needs. This will improve their confidence, employability, raise aspirations and promote positive change.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jun 2016 Sefton CVS

This grant will be used to develop plans for a project that aims to support 750 participants from the Liverpool area with a focus on those aged 45 and over where digital exclusion is a key barrier to progression into employment. The project will provide targeted personalised digital skills training and employment support. The development funding will be used to cover staff costs, partnership development and mapping of the existing digital provision to identify gaps in the area.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2016 Sefton Stars Basketball Club

Sefton Stars Summer Slam Basketball Programme

£8,660 Sport England
25 May 2016 Engage & Change CIC

This group will use the funding to deliver health and fitness sessions including a nutrition programme to community groups in the area. This will engage people in physical activity and also provide the help and support needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

£9,548 Big Lottery Fund
20 May 2016 Crosby High School

The organisation will use the funding to install active play equipment in the school grounds. This will improve the lives of the pupils by enabling them to devise and undertake self-directed activities and challenges that develop their communication and team building skills and increase their physical activity levels.

£9,991 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2016 South Sefton Development Trust

Carnegie-Crosby 3rd Space

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2016 Showrunners Network Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of weekend workshops focussed on developing the design, fashion and self-presentation skills of young people from the marginalised and minority communities. This will improve community cohesion by bringing together young people from diverse communities to share in a common interest, and improve their life chances by increasing their skills and raising their ambitions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Crosby High Childrens Support Group

The organisation will use the funding to provide four annual day trips during the summer holidays for children with learning disabilities and their families. This will reduce the social isolation of the children and their families as well as providing respite and a peer network during the summer holidays for parents and carers.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2016 Waterloo Sunrise CIC

The organisation will use the funding to run a community festival alongside local voluntary organisations. This will build capacity for community engagement and ensure that the local community are informed of local available community services with the aim of reducing isolation.

£9,046 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Thornton Parish Council, Sefton, Merseyside

Refurbishment of the Ancient Stocks and Sundial/Cross

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2016 Litherland Moss Primary School

The school will use the funding to provide pupils and their parents with the opportunity to attend a number of low-cost activities, and to develop an area within the nursery grounds for performance and socialising for the children, their friends and families. This will enhance the school?s existing outdoor area and provide opportunities for children to develop their social skills and parents to enhance their parenting and life skills.

£7,142 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2016 St Nicholas' Church, Blundellsands

Sefton - St Nicholas' Church, Blundellsands

£225,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2016 St Nicholas' Church, Blundellsands

North aisle roof and high level repairs to make the church safe and watertight

£230,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Feb 2016 Summerhill Primary School

Summerhill - Back to the Farm after 50 years!

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Feb 2016 RISE (Reach, Inspire, Support, Educate)

The group will use the funding to provide activities for young carers. This will enable children who are caring for a family member to integrate with others and build up a network of friends, providing help, support and guidance.

£5,303 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2016 Dyslexia Innovators

The organisation will use the funding to provide horticultural skills training to adults with dyslexia culminating in an exhibition of their work at the Southport Flower Show. This will increase the confidence and self-esteem of adults with dyslexia and reduce the discrimination felt by people with the condition by increasing awareness amongst the general population.

£8,163 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2016 Sefton Council

Sailability Drascombe Gig

£10,000 Sport England
22 Feb 2016 Our Lady Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to install stimulating, interactive play equipment in school grounds. This will enable the organisation to improve vocabulary and social skills of vulnerable young children, many of which enter the school with skills well below age expectations, through fun and interactive play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2016 Lydiate Primary School

The school will use the funding to create an outdoor activity space for physical activity and exercise. This will enable the school to deliver a wide variety of after school sessions to increase face to face interaction, improve social skills, reduce the growing percentage of childhood obesity and see a decrease in mental health issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Dec 2015 Liverpool Biennial Of Contemporary Art

International Showcasing

£250,000 Arts Council England
26 Oct 2015 Maghull in Bloom

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of activities for retired, older residents of South Sefton focusing on horticulture skills by maintaining and improving local public spaces. This will help to reduce social isolation and improve health and mental health of older residents in the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2015 Love my Language CIC

The organisation will use the funding to offer ESOL courses and healthy eating and food hygiene courses targeting women in the local community. This will aim to reduce isolation and increase confidence and language skills of participants through interactive activities.

£9,962 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 Autism Initiatives (UK)

Autism Initiatives (UK)

£4,937 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2015 J.E.TS CENTRE

The organisation will use the funding to install an outside classroom, log train, activity trail and outdoor role play corner at their community centre. This will improve the facilities of the centre; provide challenging play equipment to help aid the physical development of children in the local community.

£9,094 Big Lottery Fund
29 Aug 2015 Friends of Moorside Park

The organisation will use the funding to run exercise and activity sessions and seasonal events in Moorside Park for the benefit of the local community. This will encourage people use the facilities with the aim of improving health and wellbeing and deterring anti social behaviour.

£6,270 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2015 Health Junction CIC

The organisation will use the funding to provide digital access hub and digital training alongside a social soup session for older residents within the West Derby area of Liverpool. This will tackle digital and social exclusion and improve their quality of life through access to online facilities, contact with family and friends and access to information.

£9,370 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2015 St Johns Court Committee

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

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

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

£8,890 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2015 Sefton Childrens Trust

The funding will be used for a week-long residential trip and social events throughout the year for children aged 8-11 from vulnerable or deprived families. This will provide guided, positive activities to young people who do not have opportunities to build relationships with others or engage in recreational activities. It will improve their wellbeing and provide respite and support for families experiencing difficulties such as illness, poverty or isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2015 Gather in Circle CIC

This funding will be used to run an extracurricular project for local school children to come together in groups to share stories and discuss issues including, bullying, problems at home, peer pressure and concerns around media representations of men and women. This will be done through the creation of a storybook, helping to increase confidence and speaking skills and provide a forum to share concerns and develop understanding of others.

£8,466 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Hightown Community Centre

The funding will be used to expand the community library facility and make sure it is accessible to the whole community, including audio books, higher seating and a projector and screen. This will better support older and visually impaired members of the community to use the facility and also enable the organisation to present guest talks to people in the local area.

£765 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2015 St Gregorys Catholic Primary School, Lydiate

WW1 Lydiate

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2015 Summerhill Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create a forest school for the school children and nursery to provide an outdoor space and a programme of forest school and risk taking activities for children and their families to access, with the aim of improving young children?s communication, social and motor skills and physical development and the skills of parents.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jun 2015 Formby High School

The school will use funding to deliver three training programmes focusing on mental health. Two programmes for pupils around healthy minds and resilience and one mainly for all school staff on preventing suicides. The delivery of this emotional safety training will raise awareness and provide valuable information that is transferable to their home and community life.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
29 May 2015 Sefton Sharks Softball

Sharks Softball Club

£3,003 Sport England
11 May 2015 Valewood Primary School

The group will use the funding to provide transition activities for pupils entering reception class using the forest school ethos. This will encourage children to develop social, emotional and physical skills using a variety of activities including tree planting and habitat piles for children to explore.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
7 May 2015 Rimrose Hope CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to develop a physical fitness area within their school grounds, in order to provide a safe environment to aid the development of pupils and encourage children, their families and the wider community to become more physically active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2015 Trinity St Peter's CofE Primary School

Project Summary :This organisation will use the funding to run a programme of dance based exercises after school for the children of their school and wider school community. This will provide the resources to tackle issues linked to less active lifestyles and causes of obesity andlack of social interaction, specifically amongst children within the community.

£9,775 Big Lottery Fund
19 Mar 2015 Sefton Council for Voluntary Service

Sefton Council for Voluntary Service

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 Autism Initiatives

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Liverpool. The organisation will use funding to transform an outdoor area and run activities for people with autism at the centre. This will increase their confidence in social situations, help them cope with a range of new experiences and combat social isolation.

£9,898 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 St Andrew's Maghull Church of England Primary School

This is project by a school in Liverpool. The organisation will use funding to create an activity trail and an outdoor play area for children at the school. This will help local families to engage in fitness, improving their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 Autism Initiatives (UK)

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Liverpool. The organisation will use funding to transform an outdoor area and run activities for people with autism at the centre. This will increase their confidence in social situations, help them cope with a range of new experiences and combat social isolation.

£9,898 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 St Edmund's and St Thomas' Catholic Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to install outdoor play equipment in an under used area of the school grounds. This will provide a safe play area, reduce obesity issues and lead to improved social and emotional skills for pupils.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2015 Crosby Comrades Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their local club by redecorating, providing thermal liner in the walls and re-sanding the floor. This will provide a re-vamped community space which is warmer and clean and bright and fit for community activities for new and existing users.

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jan 2015 Lathom Alternative Arts

A project in Maghull, Liverpool to run an arts project focusing on urban arts targeting vulnerable young people identified as at risk of exclusion, excluded and in danger of becoming involved in anti social activities. This will offer a diversionary activity in an effort to tackle anti social behaviour, encourage young people in to learning and improve wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jan 2015 SSAFA Merseyside

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Liverpool. The organisation will use the funding to install a new IT system to replace their current equipment which is unfit for purpose. This will enable the organisation to build capacity and increase efficiency.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 Aintree Davenhill Primary School

A project by a Primary School in Merseyside to install an activity adventure area in the school grounds for the benefit of local children and their families. This will aim to reduce obesity, reduce sedentary lifestyles and encourage physical activity.

£9,945 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 Merseyside Third Sector Technology Centre

This is a project by a registered charity and community in Liverpool. The group will use the funding to provide basic lifeskills for local people who use their foodbank. This will iclude basic IT skills, buidgeting skills and employment help. This project will empower people to increase future resilience and independance.

£9,933 Big Lottery Fund
28 Dec 2014 St. Mary the Virgin Parochial Church Council

A project to provide a toddlers group for 0-4 year olds. This will provide new activities for children and their families.

£4,696 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2014 The Theatre in the Rough Festival

Coastlands

£9,000 Arts Council England
26 Nov 2014 St Michael's Church of England High School

The group will use the funding to develop an unused piece of land within in the school grounds in to an outside conservation area to encourage and provide children and the local community with the opportunity to learn about environment.

£8,646 Big Lottery Fund
25 Nov 2014 Liverpool Biennial Of Contemporary Art

Exceptional awards

£300,000 Arts Council England
24 Nov 2014 Hightown Community Centre

A project in Liverpool to purchase tables, chairs and recreational games and equipment to set up a community centre and mobile library facility for people within the local community. This will provide a community hub in a rurally isolated village for the benefit of the wider village community.

£1,243 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2014 The Northern Club

The Northern Club Flood Light Project

£52,968 Sport England
25 Oct 2014 The Inclusion Network C.I.C.

This is a project by a CIC in Sefton, Liverpool. The organisation will use funding to run healthy lifestyle sessions, workshops and diversionary programmes to vulnerable children and young people. This will enable them to have access to advice and make healthy lifestyle choices, improving their wellbeing.

£9,947 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2014 Sefton Council for Voluntary Service

Sefton Council for Voluntary Service along with partners Network for Europe, and Liverpool CVS will use its grant to use their relationship with Liverpool City Region LEP to raise widespread awareness of European Funding amongst the VCSE sector via worksh

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Oct 2014 The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Mers

Deciphering the natural and cultural heritage of Lunt Meadows Nature Reserve

£72,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Oct 2014 The Holy Family High School

A project by a high school in Liverpool to develop an outdoor space to create a hub for community support delivering a range of holistic services including health and wellbeing, sport and leisure and training courses. This will provide a support hub for pupils/families from challenging backgrounds, where they can meet with friends, learning mentors, as well as class teachers; and where parents can meet with outside agencies who offer support with attendance, behavioural and social problems.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2014 St Luke's Halsall Church of England Primary School

This is a project by a school in Liverpool. The organisation will use funding to purchase fitness equipment for children at the school. This will enabled children to take part in a range of fitness activities, tackling obesity issues to improve their health, fitness and wellbeing.

£9,981 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2014 Ashley Shairp

The Solotoria

£15,000 Arts Council England