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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
1 Nov 2017 Arts for Recovery in the Community

Maternal Transitions - new visual arts commission and tour

£14,910 Arts Council England
28 Jul 2017 Michael Branthwaite

iC-Access Residency

£5,000 Arts Council England
17 Jul 2017 Boarfold Scout Camp

This is a project by a charity in Manchester serving people in High Peak, Derbyshire. The project will update the scout campsite toilet block to improve health and safety and ensure its continued use.

£9,807 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2017 Kinder and Disley Residents Committee

The funding will be used to run a weekly chair-based exercise classes, a breakfast and lunch club and arts sessions for older people in sheltered housing schemes. The project aims to improve the health and wellbeing of older people in the area by reducing isolation and improving the sense of community.

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 All Saints Church of England Primary School Marple

The funding will be used by a primary school to transform their outdoor play area to include messy play equipment, a clatter bridge and artificial. The project aims to engage pupils in stimulating outdoor play activities in order to improve their physical and social skills and reduce obesity levels.

£9,951 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 St George's Church Stockport

‘«£We Will Remember Them‘«ō ‘«Ű St. George‘«÷s Church, Stockport, and the Great War

£6,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Jun 2017 21st Stockport Scout Group

The funding will be used by a charity to level out the grassed area within a scout hut grounds. The project aims to provide the scout club and the wider community with a safe grassed area for playing and learning new skills as well as a space for community celebrations.

£5,160 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jun 2017 Your Local Pantry

The project will set up a bicycle delivery service to make affordable groceries available to people who are disabled and housebound. Volunteers will receive bike ability and bike maintenance training. This will provide valuable work experience for volunteers and help reduce social isolation and connect people with additional support, while reducing food bills of people who are struggling financially.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2017 Hive Opera Productions

Developing The Hive

£14,382 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 Shelley Owen

TRY - TRYING - TRIED

£2,360 Arts Council England
21 Apr 2017 Life Leisure

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

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

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

£9,033 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Stockport Sports Trust

I Wish I'd Tried...

£83,951 Sport England
6 Apr 2017 Beat the Blues

The funding will be used to offer complimentary therapies and arts and craft sessions. The project aims to give people attending the centre the opportunity to access alternative therapies to help reduce stress and anxiety whilst improving their ability to cope.

£1,560 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Jump Space Limited

The funding will be used by a charity to upgrade its specialist equipment to allow it to continue to run Rebound Therapy and trampolining sessions for people with severe disabilities. The project aims to improve people?s health and wellbeing by providing them with appropriate and dedicated exercise facilities.

£9,177 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Allotments Love Life

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to improve perimeter security and access for people with disabilities at its allotment site. The project aims to increase engagement with people with disabilities, and reduce fear of crime amongst allotment users.

£9,053 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Arc

Musicspace

£18,950 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2017 Marple Cricket and Squash Club

Improving square and outfield at Marple CC

£10,000 Sport England
2 Mar 2017 Reddish Retired People's Association

The funding will be used by a community organisation to continue to offer activities and trips to older people in the local community. The project aims to reduce isolation and loneliness through provision of supportive leisure and social opportunities.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Creating Adventures

The funding will be used to run music composition sessions for adults with learning disabilities, communication difficulties and autism in the local community. The project aims to raise self-esteem levels and reduce anxieties and frustrations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2017 We Guide Recovery On Woodbank (WE G.R.O.W)

The funding will be used to run horticultural activities in a local park for people recovering from alcohol misuse. The work will involve growing and cooking produce and engaging with the local community through produce displays. The project will also encourage people to work together to form friendships, share experiences, eat healthily and take part in educational courses to improve their knowledge and overall wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2017 Together Trust

The funding will be used by a specialist further educational college to purchase and install a wheelchair swing, enabling wheelchair users with complex needs to access fun, outdoor social activities with their peers.

£9,180 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2017 Community Essence

The funding will be used to run workshops in coping mechanisms, mental wellbeing, healthy eating and intergenerational working to the local community. The project aims to reduce social isolation through interactive learning.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jan 2017 Krafty Needles Knitting Group

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to run a knitting group for people experiencing mental health issues. The project aims to provide a social activity and help to reduce isolation.

£6,156 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2017 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

Rediscovering the Underbanks, Stockport‘«÷s Old Town

£1,842,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jan 2017 Alexandra Park Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to transform and replace a derelict timber area into a nautical themed play area with scramble pitch, ropes, splash feature and ship structure. The project aims to provide a local community play facility that will promote, enable and encourage physical activity, social interaction and role play amongst children before and after school.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2016 ARC

This project will run a programme of creative arts therapy sessions supporting vulnerable mothers who are experiencing mental health problems. This will improve their wellbeing by developing support networks and strengthening how they bond with their children.

£9,450 Big Lottery Fund
6 Dec 2016 Heald Green South District Guide Hall

This is a project by a community organisation in Stockport. The group will use the funding to replace the roof of their community-used facility as it is unsafe. This will ensure that the building is safe and that local community groups can continue to use the facility.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Dec 2016 Rising Stars NW CIC

?In The Studio With (Plus Sector Toolkit)?

£99,992 Arts Council England
1 Dec 2016 The Late Breakfast Club

The funding will be used to run a Christmas 2017 party and two day trips to the seaside. The project aims to reduce social isolation and improve health and wellbeing by offering opportunities for social interaction amongst older members of the community.

£1,750 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2016 Starting Point Community Learning Partnership

Starting Point Community Learning Partnership

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Strictly Wheelchair Dancing

The organisation will provide weekly dance classes and dance tuition to people with disabilities who are dependent on a wheelchair, alongside able-bodied participants. This will increase participants' mental and physical wellbeing.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2016 Castle Hill High School

This project will use the funding to provide a stimulating outdoor play area. This will encourage pupils to be more active which will improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2016 Kamla Foundation

The organisation will build the capacity and skills of volunteers and well as employing sessional workers to build links with the Dalit community in Manchester and the wider area. They will also carry out cultural awareness activities within the local area. This aim of this project is to improve community cohesion, raise awareness and challenge discrimination in the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Oct 2016 Fairway Primary School

The organisation will install outdoor play equipment on the school grounds to be used outside of curriculum time. This projects aims to develop social, emotional and physical skills and reduce obesity by increasing opportunities for active play.

£9,908 Big Lottery Fund
5 Oct 2016 Emma Hill

The Shakespeare Project

£14,997 Arts Council England
4 Oct 2016 Mersey Vale Primary School

The school will use the funding to create a calming, learning, environmental awareness space. This will enable pupils with behavioural and complex special educational needs to access an alternative environment to the classroom.

£9,390 Big Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2016 Oldham Drive Estate Tenant's Group

This project will use the funding to recruit a sessional co-ordinator to develop volunteers and deliver the project which will include a range of activities for the local community including modules on IT, healthy eating and local history and photography. There will be practical study trips and documenting and producing a YouTube film to enable learning and sharing. This will provide positive activities aimed at reducing social isolation in the community.

£8,100 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Jack Sheen

ddmmyy winter series

£7,473 Arts Council England
16 Sep 2016 Friends of Romiley Park

The organisation will host a fun day to celebrate the improvements it?s made to the appearance and facilities in Romiley Park, to encourage more visitors to the park, and to thank those that have supported them in achieving their goal.

£1,850 Big Lottery Fund
16 Sep 2016 Stockport Academy

This project will use the funding to purchase access to an interactive on-line pupil support system. This will enable vulnerable pupils to access accurate information and support in relation to needs and vulnerabilities.

£8,300 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2016 Outwood Primary School PTA

This project will create an outdoor play area. This will provide pupils with a stimulating outdoor environment, encourage them to engage more with one another and improve their language skills and development.

£9,688 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 Nicola Dale

It Stares Us Down

£10,820 Arts Council England
31 Aug 2016 John Turner

Rawsthorne and McCabe Celebration

£2,475 Arts Council England
26 Aug 2016 Friends of Stockport Growing in Partnership Project

The organisation will use the funding to purchase horticultural equipment to enable the organisation to increase capacity. This will enable the organisation to increase work with vulnerable groups in the local community and support the training needs of volunteers.

£6,006 Big Lottery Fund
22 Aug 2016 Walthew House

The organisation will use the funding for the refurbishment of the resource centre shop which provides assistive equipment for people who have sight or hearing loss and is the only service of its kind in the Greater Manchester area. This will enable the organisation to expand upon their provision of face to face support for their beneficiaries and offer demonstration areas which will enable them to try out the new technology before purchasing helping to contribute towards their independence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Aug 2016 Pure Insight 1628

This is an expansion of existing work delivered by Pure Insight. The project will continue to support young people, aged 16-28 and living in Stockport, Manchester and Cheshire East, leaving the care system through positive mentoring. Beneficiaries will be matched with a mentor who will work with them and provide advice and support to help improve specific life skills.

£288,470 Big Lottery Fund
10 Aug 2016 Your Local Pantry

The organisation will use the funding to hold a one day celebration of food, friendship and peer support to bring together members of their diverse community. This will provide an inclusive event that will bring a variety of members of the community together.

£2,549 Big Lottery Fund
6 Aug 2016 Marple and District Allotment Association

The organisation will use the funding to install and upgrade stand pipes to allow for the irrigating of crops, gardening machinery and access pathways to make the whole site wheel chair and limited mobility friendly. This will enable the organisation to retain the membership of its older disabled members and make the allotment easily accessible for wheelchair users and members with restricted mobility.

£3,266 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 2016 Mode Rehabilitation

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of therapeutic counselling and resilience training to young people in four schools who are at risk of self harm, mental health and identity crises through group discussions and workshops. This will improve their health and wellbeing by increasing their resilience and self belief, and equip them with techniques to deal with their negative thought patterns.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2016 Citywise Mentoring Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to recruit and train 7-10 volunteers to offer one to one mentoring to a group of 7-10 looked after children (LAC) and mentees aged 15-17. This will enable the organisation to increase their capacity and help children who live in challenging circumstances to achieve their potential academically, and raise their aspirations for going to college/higher education and improve their employment opportunities.

£8,506 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2016 Lark Hill Primary School

The school will use the funding to install an outdoor activity trail for pupils. This provide beneficiaries with stimulating outdoor play equipment which will enable them to develop their social skills, become more active and improve behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2016 Jack Sheen

ddmmyy Eli Keszler Paul McGuire

£5,300 Arts Council England
22 Jun 2016 Stockport Without Abuse Ltd

The organisation will use the funding to fund a dedicated sessional children?s worker to support children living in their refuge centre who are endeavouring to recover from domestic abuse. This will increase the organisation?s capacity, enabling them to provide an improved service for children who are experiencing a wide range of difficulties associated with domestic abuse.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2016 More Play More Often Community Interest Company

This is a project by a C.I.C. in Stockport. The group will use the funding to deliver a series of play sessions for young children in the area. This will provide engaging and positive activities for children who are from low income families and have little or no access to any play facilities.

£9,542 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2016 QTalk Music, Mentoring and PD

The organisation will use the funding to equip a music studio for use within a programme of work including one-to-one mentoring, needs assessment, health education and personal development of young adults who are experiencing a combination of homelessness, unemployment or low skill employment and substance misuse. This will increase the personal resilience of the participants and equip them with life skills to improve their employability.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jun 2016 St Paul's Church Compstall

Stockport: St Paul's Church, Compstall

£250,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Jun 2016 Yvonne Shelton

Deity

£14,550 Arts Council England
10 May 2016 St Winifred?s Roman Catholic Primary School, Stockport

The organisation will use funding to create a fenced off woodland area, to include log seating and a fire pit, den making equipment and storage area for the benefit of children in the local area. This will be accessible outside of the school day to provide children with a safe place to learn and play and increase confidence through risk taking play.

£7,184 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2016 St Winifred?s RC Primary School

The organisation will use funding to create a fenced off woodland area, to include log seating and a fire pit, den making equipment and storage area for the benefit of children in the local area. This will be accessible outside of the school day to provide children with a safe place to learn and play and increase confidence through risk taking play.

£7,184 Big Lottery Fund
4 May 2016 Starting Point Community Learning Partnership Limited

The organisation will use the funding to train volunteers to offer IT support and training for senior carers who live in sheltered schemes. This will increase skills and aim to reduce isolation through access to online support forums.

£9,738 Big Lottery Fund
29 Apr 2016 Offerton Hall Allotments Association

The organisation will use the funding to install paladin fencing around their allotment site. This will provide the allotment site with additional security and enable the organisation to provide an extra twenty new vertical gardening plots, some of which will be used as community plots.

£7,125 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2016 Stockport Youth Offending Service

Stockport Arts Trail

£24,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2016 Uganda Community in Greater Manchester

Uganda Community in Greater Manchester

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2016 Stockport Women?s Centre

Women from BAMER communities, young women and women with learning disabilities in and leaving the prison system will be provided with specific support. One to one support will include tailored plans to help reduce the risk of reoffending such as help with housing, mental health, substance misuse, education, employment, domestic abuse, confidence/self-esteem levels. Women will be supported to identify needs, risks, and relevant support networks, and link into and access specialist local service provision.

£749,879 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2016 Project Cherrywell

The organisation will use the funding to provide IT, cooking and craft activities that are facilitated or supported by the local community in Stockport. This will enable the organisation to promote digital inclusion and address concerns regarding high local obesity levels and social isolation.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Scallywags Theatre Company

The Butterflys Adventure Tour

£8,988 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2016 Bramhall Community Hub

The group will use the funding to run activities for young people at risk of anti-social behaviour, as well provide activities for isolated older people. This will engage young people in positive activities, leading to improved community cohesion as well as reduce social isolation for older people.

£9,175 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2016 Valley School

The organisation will use the funding to develop a sensory garden and replace outdated play equipment in the grounds of the school. This will provide a safe outdoor sensory play area for pupils who have complex and severe special educational needs and disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 St Ambrose Catholic Primary School

Primary Spaces

£28,200 Sport England
26 Feb 2016 Banks Lane Infant School

The organisation will use the funding to create a play area on the school grounds for the benefit of families with pre school children in the local area. This will aim to improve fine motor skills, physical, social and language development and increase access to safe play facilities.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2016 Ladybridge Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to improve their outdoor area for early years pupils and the local community focusing on early years and pre-schoolers and their families to increase physical activity and engagement in outdoor activities. This will improve pre-schoolers gross and fine motor skills, communication and management of their feelings and behaviour in preparation of starting nursery and promote healthy lifestyles.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2016 Smart Works Greater Manchester

The organisation will use the funding to deliver outreach activities to women who live in the most disadvantaged communities of Greater Manchester. This will enable the organisation to target unemployed, disadvantaged and vulnerable women to access the support and increase referrals into the organisation, with the aim of the beneficiaries to gain paid employment.

£8,027 Big Lottery Fund
15 Feb 2016 Millbrook Community Cafe

The organisation will use the funding to install kitchen facilities in their community cafe for the benefit of older people in the local community. This will enable the organisation to provide hot food at community cafe sessions and reduce isolation and loneliness of older males.

£8,753 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2016 Rising Stars NW CIC

Saturday Music School

£29,504 Arts Council England
1 Feb 2016 Seashell Trust

The organisation will use the funding to purchase IT equipment that will be used by young people aged 2 -25 with profound and multiple learning and physical disabilities. This will enable the organisation to offer a resource that can be used after school or college and at the weekends in their new residential homes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2016 Emma Hill

#ChipShoptheMusical

£46,317 Arts Council England
7 Jan 2016 Reddish Retired People's Association

The organisation will use the funding to offer activities and trips to older people in the local community. This will reduce isolation and loneliness through provision of supportive leisure and social opportunities.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2015 Walthew House

Tandem Cycling for Visually Impaired People

£5,688 Sport England
4 Dec 2015 Rebecca Fenwick

That Golden Age

£8,200 Arts Council England
3 Dec 2015 Bents Lane Social Institute

The organisation will use the funding undertake a modernisation programme at the community social club to facilitate a series of activities aimed at the older generation in the community. This will enable the organisation to provide the necessary facilities to encourage all members of the community, including those with mobility issues, to maintain motivation, mobility, wellbeing and morale in an area that has lack of appropriate local amenities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Nov 2015 Bredbury Community Hub

The organisation will use the funding to provide tailored activities for the young and old and a community fun day aimed at all residents. This will enable the organisation to provide activities that will address a multitude of social issues including increased levels of anti-social behaviour, behavioural problems and poor aspirations amongst youths, social isolation amongst the elderly and poor community cohesion.

£9,675 Big Lottery Fund
20 Nov 2015 Your Local Pantry

The organisation will use the funding to provide training to additional volunteers and create a pack of policies, procedures and marketing materials. This will enable the group to establish a new co-operative food store in a new area, providing more people with low incomes or from areas of deprivation with access to low cost fresh and healthy produce as well as volunteering opportunities and training.

£9,100 Big Lottery Fund
17 Nov 2015 Bredbury Green Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an adventure play area on school grounds for the extracurricular use of nursery children. This will improve language, motor skills, co-ordination and muscle strength through access to a safe play area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Nov 2015 Give2Gain Timebank Plus

The organisation will use the funding to analyse and expand its current operations with a new website, business plan and pilot events for local community groups. This will enable the group to provide advice to community groups in need of support and encourage them to share their skills, knowledge and expertise with other groups to strengthen the community sector and ensure that small groups can deliver effective services to their beneficiaries.

£7,990 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2015 Queensgate Sports Club

Queensgate Pavilion

£75,000 Sport England
16 Oct 2015 Foodinate

The organisation will use the funding to run a project in conjunction with restaurants which will result in donations to local foodbanks. This will benefit members of the community by making foodbanks more sustainable.

£7,464 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2015 Jane Bradley

The Curse

£7,700 Arts Council England
13 Oct 2015 Krafty Needles Knitting Group

The organisation will use the funding to continue to run a twice-weekly knitting and crochet group for people with mental health issues, where they will knit items for the homeless and local hospital baby units. This will help to increase self-esteem, self worth and confidence of these beneficiaries.

£6,206 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2015 Life Leisure

actiLIFE

£31,586 Sport England
9 Oct 2015 Pure Insight 1628

This organisation will use the funding to improve their services by developing their volunteer systems, developing their website and other marketing materials, and paying a sessional worker to engage with young care leavers. This will enable the group to provide improved and additional services for young people who have left, or who are about to leave, statutory care and to improve retention levels of volunteers.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2015 Together Trust

Collaborate and Listen

£26,600 Arts Council England
23 Sep 2015 Together Trust

Deep Pockets and Dirty Faces

£38,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Sep 2015 Woodley Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to construct a new activity trail and play unit to help children develop their motor skills and to improve behavioural issues within the school. This will enable the organisation to improve the noted underdeveloped motor skills within the children and provide them with structured and beneficial play time out of school hours.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2015 York Street Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to recruit and train volunteers to enable them to provide digital inclusion sessions for older people who are isolated in their own homes; specifically those who live in high rise accommodation. This will reduce social isolation amongst older people within the community, some of whom have dementia, by providing access and training to digital equipment and community activities.

£8,922 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2015 Manchester Football Club and Cheadle Hulme Cricket Club

New drainage and levelling of Outfield at Cheadle Hulme CC

£10,000 Sport England
17 Aug 2015 Ebony and Ivory Community Organisation

The organisation will use the funding to establish an equalities hub focusing on promoting equality and providing support, training and activities to all local residents. This will enable the group to provide a safe space for people from all backgrounds who may experience inequality, with chances to become involved in focus groups, awareness-raising campaigns and encouraging community cohesion.

£9,962 Big Lottery Fund
17 Aug 2015 Rising Stars NW CIC

The organisation will use the funding to establish an online youth radio station that will involve young people aged 13-25 years old in creating and broadcasting radio shows. This will encourage participants to develop teamworking, broadcasting, creativity, presentation and interview skills, as well as create a radio station to give young people a voice and a source of information and advice.

£9,936 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jul 2015 CALLplus

The funding will be used for creative and artistic activities and workshops for people with life-limiting illnesses at various stages of treatment or care, as well as those caring for them. This will encourage people to express themselves and their feelings, share their work at exhibitions to improve self-esteem and confidence, and engage with others experiencing similar issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2015 Patrick Flynn

Half-life of a miracle

£9,336 Arts Council England