Lottery grants awarded to Tameside, North West

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Nov 2017 Juba do Leao

Pernambucan Dance Development

£12,925 Arts Council England
21 Sep 2017 PCC of St Georges, Stalybridge

Repairs to north aisle gutter and parapet plus renewal of main roof

£250,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2017 Bangdrum CIC

Mossley Light Festival 2017

£36,646 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2017 Hyde Chapel

Hyde Chapel Heritage Project

£74,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Aug 2017 Tameside College

GO Tameside

£61,655 Sport England
27 Jul 2017 Rachel Swanick

Here and Now

£14,872 Arts Council England
12 Jul 2017 The Vale

The funding will be used to run a series of volunteer-assisted DIY, craft and creative skills sharing workshops. The project aims to bring the community together to reduce social isolation and allow people to gain new skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2017 HUC

The funding will be used by a charitable organisation that delivers employability training for people in the community experiencing long-term unemployment. The project aims to strengthen the community by effectively equipping the managing committee to provide an effective service.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2017 Tameside Local Studies and Archives

Tameside Armed Services Community (TASC) - skills and heritage

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 May 2017 Ben McGarvey

To Love Somebody Melancholy (AV Show Tour)

£13,832 Arts Council England
27 Apr 2017 Hyde Bangladesh Welfare Association

History of HBWA

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2017 Ashton United in the Community

The funding will be used by a charity to provide the organisation?s management group with new skills, including business planning, financial management, volunteer development, marketing and fundraising. The will allow the organisation to develop its infrastructure in order to be more effective in the future.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2017 The Water Adventure Centre

The funding will be used to run a twelve week programme of youth club activities including canoeing, summer gorge walking, and water activities for 10-14 year olds in the local community. The project aims to provide activities for young people in order to prevent issues linked to anti-social behaviour.

£7,689 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Asian Male Keep Fit Association

The funding will be used by a voluntary organisation to purchase staffing resources and fitness equipment to run exercise classes specifically targeting men from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities who have chronic or long term illnesses, or are at risk of heart disease, strokes and diabetes. The project aims to provide continued access to gym facilities to improve the physical health and rehabilitation of men from the BME community.

£5,536 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 St Peter's CE Primary School, Ashton-under-Lyne

Hooley Hill ammunition explosion BLAST

£3,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Manifest

Manifest Arts Festival 2017

£14,065 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 St Raphael's Catholic Primary School

The funding will be used by a school to install a variety of outdoor play equipment, to be used during and out of school hours, including local groups using this area. The project aims to provide children with a suitable space for their development through imaginative, messy and creative activities.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Mottram CofE Primary School

The funding will be used by a primary school to convert an unused area of the school into a safe garden space for the community. The project aims to provide the community with an area to grow fruit and vegetables in and learn about the benefits of healthy eating and becoming more active.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 5th Stalybridge Scout Group

The funding will be used by a charity to build an extension and accessible toilet in their community facility. This will mean that there are toilets fit-for-purpose that are accessible to people with mobility issues.

£5,415 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2017 Bhutanese Welfare Association

The funding will be used to run a programme of activities to empower and engage Bhutanese young people through dance, music, language and cultural education sessions and a career guidance workshop. The project aims to develop the skills, confidence and development of young people who have experienced difficulties in refugee camps, and support their integration into the UK and local communities.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2017 People First Tameside

This project provide social activities, independent living support and workshops with adults who have learning disabilities living in Greater Manchester. This funding will enhance their independent living and life skills facilities by creating ?The Apartment?, a replica home in an unused space on the group?s premises. Group sessions, one to one support and drop-in advice will work alongside these facilities to help build confidence, reduce isolation and aid in mental and physical wellbeing in participants.

£486,042 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Greswell Primary School and Nursery

The funding will be used by a primary school to create a wildlife and nature area on the school grounds. The project aims to improve the school?s facilities and provide a safe environment for the children to develop through outdoor activities and exploring nature.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2017 Holy Trinity Church and Community Centre (HTCCC)

This project supports women from black, minority and ethnic backgrounds from the St Peters neighbourhood in Tameside. Consultation identified that many of these women face barriers to engagement and feel isolated from their local community. The project will offer sensitive outreach work including physical activity classes, healthy eating workshops as well as training in English Language, IT and first aid. 200 women will benefit from these sessions and develop confidence to be more involved in the community.

£366,072 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2017 Stalyhill Infant School

The funding will be used by a community school to create a game zone and to purchase equipment for the school and local community. The project aims to provide a safe area for people to take part in healthy activities, develop confidence and encourage team working skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2017 Greater Manchester Volleyball Association

North West Volleyball Girls Academy

£8,982 Sport England
4 Jan 2017 Manchester Metropolitan University

Graphic lives: telling Bangladeshi migrant women's stories through graphic narratives

£23,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Dec 2016 St. Agnes Scouts and Guides Parents' Committee

The funding will be used by a scout and guide centre to create an outdoor space where they can run sessions in all weather conditions. The project aims to act as a diversion from crime and anti-social behaviour and to improve the skills of young people in the area.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2016 Water Adventure Centre

Water Adventure Centre (WAC)

£74,169 Sport England
19 Dec 2016 Guide Bridge Theatre Ltd

The funding will be used to produce an opera that will be performed by a group of adults with mental health and learning difficulties. The project will run workshops and aim to produce a multi-media opera that will bring people together to reduce isolation and overcome mental health and learning difficulties.

£9,050 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2016 Droylsden Youth Centre

Box On Project: Droylsden ABC

£8,620 Sport England
29 Nov 2016 Community Sports Partners CIO

The project will use the funding to provide family sports sessions for parents and children in the local area. This will encourage families to be more active and live a healthier lifestyle.

£9,905 Big Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2016 Tameside Arts Limited

The project will use the funding to deliver yoga and relaxation activities, and furnish their new delivery room with sensory equipment so that they can provide creative activities for people with physical and/or learning disabilities.

£9,181 Big Lottery Fund
23 Nov 2016 Second Generation Furnishings

This service recycles furniture, furnishings and white goods and provides them to families and individuals facing hardship crisis in the Tameside region of Greater Manchester. The project will maintain existing delivery in the areas and open new premises afield to meet increased demand. It will also employ a number of volunteers to support project activity, providing a supported route back into potential employment.

£208,687 Big Lottery Fund
9 Nov 2016 Friends of Broadbottom Primary School

This project will use the funding to purchase IT equipment to establish a speech and language club for all pupils of Broadbottom School, but targeting those who have SLCN. This will enable the organisation to deliver specialist tutoring to those who have speech difficulties such as apraxia, autism and neurological conditions to develop their communication skills, and this resource will be offered to the wider community to offer intergenerational learning opportunities.

£9,214 Big Lottery Fund
8 Nov 2016 Probin Mela Luncheon Club

This project will use the funding to provide reminiscence workshops for older people primarily from the South Asian community living in the area and publish a booklet of their stories. This will improve the wellbeing of participants by increasing their sense of contribution and engagement and reducing their sense of social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Dukinfield Tigers JFC

Increase players and volunteers in 14-16 football

£3,690 Sport England
31 Oct 2016 Rugby League Cares

Rugby League Memories: From Stories to Stage

£31,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Oct 2016 Fit Over Fifty C.I.C.

This project will use the funding to run an expansion of their chaperone service for older people in the community to allow them to access medical appointments and social activities. This will help to reduce isolation, raise confidence and improve wellbeing for beneficiaries.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Home-Start Oldham, Stockport & Tameside

Funding will be used to expand the project that provides volunteer home visiting support to 360 parents affected by poor mental health who have a child aged 0-2. Volunteers will be trained in attachment theory, bonding, child development, post-natal depression, emotional support techniques and communication and language development, helping vulnerable parents to gain a greater understanding of, and ability to respond to, their child?s needs through the delivery of a one-to-one weekly home visits.

£459,789 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 Home-Start Oldham

Funding will be used to expand the project that provides volunteer home visiting support to 360 parents affected by poor mental health who have a child aged 0-2. Volunteers will be trained in attachment theory, bonding, child development, post-natal depression, emotional support techniques and communication and language development, helping vulnerable parents to gain a greater understanding of, and ability to respond to, their child?s needs through the delivery of a one-to-one weekly home visits.

£459,789 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Arundale Primary School

The school will use the funding to deliver a range of workshops and activities for pupils during the holidays, including African drumming, street dance and martial arts. This will engage pupils in positive activities, provide a diversion to anti-social behaviour and raise their aspirations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Sep 2016 Ashton-Under-Lyne Rifle Club

New air weapons range equipment

£6,848 Sport England
12 Sep 2016 Bangdrum CIC

Festival of Light (working title)

£42,271 Arts Council England
7 Sep 2016 Tameside Cultural Services

Winter Lantern Parade

£15,000 Arts Council England
26 Aug 2016 Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

The organisation will use the funding to combine a range of activities into one project to help people in Tameside who are at risk of committing suicide or self-harming. Beneficiaries, particularly men and those suffering from mental health issues, will have access to courses and coping strategies, horticultural activities, mentors and volunteering opportunities.

£303,452 Big Lottery Fund
25 Aug 2016 Ri Ri s Dance Academy

Bridging the Gap

£11,524 Arts Council England
17 Aug 2016 Global Grooves

Elevate fund

£123,000 Arts Council England
4 Aug 2016 New Charter Homes Limited

The project will work with some of the hardest to reach groups in Greater Manchester. It will offer a comprehensive package of support that will help participants to overcome complex barriers to employment. The project will use a five stage key worker approach to support participants to become work ready through accessing learning, training and employment.

£5,000,350 Big Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2016 Silver Springs Academy

This project will install play equipment for pupils to access outside of the school day. This will reduce obesity through increased levels of physical activity.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2016 Fit Over Fifty C.I.C.

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a one day event to celebrate the value and knowledge older people contribute to our communities. The event will bring together people from different backgrounds, age groups and communities in order to share cultures, reduce loneliness and improve intergenerational cohesion.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2016 St Christophers RC Primary School PTA

The organisation will use the funding to purchase equipment and play materials to create an outdoor forest school area. This will enable the organisation to offer a safe, supervised area, free from anti-social behaviour and crime, for all of the community to enjoy, creating a sense of wellbeing and encouraging community cohesion.

£9,875 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 Friends of Wild Bank Comm Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of information sessions highlighting the dangers of internet and computer use including child grooming and online fraud and scams for the wider school community.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 Friends of Wild Bank Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of information sessions highlighting the dangers of internet and computer use including child grooming and online fraud and scams for the wider school community.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jul 2016 Mawsep

The organisation will use the funding to provide training for 20 women from local African communities in designing and making African garments, sewing, and clothing alterations. This will enable the group to empower women who are often isolated and living in deprivation to develop a practical skill that can be used to secure employment or set up their own small enterprise, reducing isolation and deprivation as well as encouraging increased community engagement.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2016 Nari Shakti (Women?s Power)

The organisation will use the funding to deliver training to women in the local community to include communication, confidence building, numeracy, ICT, budgeting, first aid and self-defence. This will engage, empower, increase confidence, improve social interaction, reduce isolation and improve access to education.

£4,860 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2016 Transport for Greater Manchester

Interchange Art to celebrate local heritage

£32,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2016 Fairfield Road Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an outdoor forest activity area for young people in the local community outside of school hours. This will enable children to engage with the outdoors and improve skills, increase activity levels and improve behaviour through diversionary activities.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2016 Hollingworth Primary School Parent Teacher Association

The School currently has over 200 pupils enrolled at the school. In our role as the PTA we offer support not only to the pupils at the school but their families at home. Tameside is a deprived area of the country (recently coming 44th out of 326 in the most deprived district in England) and as such we have designed this project to help a lot of parents in the area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2016 Hyde Community Action

The group will use the funding to provide support sessions to disadvantaged women, predominantly from the BME communities. The project will provide a range of activities and skills development, such as volunteer-led social activities, classes and workshops, in order to strengthen the opportunities and address social isolation for the beneficiaries.

£352,351 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2016 Broadbottom Cricket Club

Pavilion Alterations

£75,000 Sport England
13 May 2016 Micklehurst All Saints CofE Primary School PTFA

The organisation will use the funding to provide advice and guidance to parents on the safe use of the internet and social media by their children. This will enable parents to better support their children and prevent cyber-bullying and grooming.

£7,745 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2016 Hurst Knoll St James' Church of EnglandPrimary School

The organisation will use the funding to install a teaching kitchen that will be built for purpose to deliver cooking lessons before and after school, which will be used by the children, their families, and the wider community. This will enable the organisation to the develop parents cooking skills and promote healthy eating on a budget.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2016 Flowery Field Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create a community health garden within the school grounds for use by pupils of the school, their families, and to a wide range of people from local community groups. This will enable the organisation to engage the participants to learn the importance of healthy eating and teach them how to grow their own fruit and vegetables, aiming to reduce the rising tide of obesity in the community, and improve community cohesion.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2016 Apostolic Faith Mission International Ministries (Manchester

The organisation will use the funding to run music activities for local young people on Friday evenings. This will divert young people from negative behaviours and improve community cohesion.

£9,969 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Manifest

Manifest

£7,650 Arts Council England
21 Mar 2016 Micklehurst All Saints CofE Primary School

The project will use the funding to purchase gardening equipment, materials and a potting shed. This will increase participation by the pupils and their parents in out of school gardening and healthy eating sessions to reduce child obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2016 Linden Road Academy and Hearing Impaired Base

The organisation will use the funding to install an outdoor challenge learning space, accessible out of school hours to encourage risk taking play amongst children and their families. This will improve spatial awareness and increase outdoor play with the aim of improving skills and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2016 Hattersley - Hyde Wide African Community Society

The organisation will use the funding to build their capacity and provide additional social activities and educational workshops for African migrant people living across the suburbs of Tameside. This will enable the organisation to increase the number of vulnerable adults and children they can provide support to, thereby improving mental and physical health, self-confidence, motivation and aspirations, while alleviating concerns regarding social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2016 RSCC

The organisation will use the funding to supply and connect utilities to a pre-fabricated building to create a local community centre. This will reduce isolation, increase activities for young people and improve health and wellbeing through increased access to community facilities.

£9,527 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2016 Newton Heath Youth Project CIC

A project to engage and support young people aged 8-19 years through positive activities such as youth work, sport sessions, workshops and activities including arts and recreation sessions, health, fitness and wellbeing, focusing on issues such as sexual health, mental health, alcohol, drug awareness, promoting positive identity, exercise and body image.

£412,633 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2016 Newton Heath Youth Project CIC

A project to engage and support young people aged 8-19 years through positive activities such as youth work, sport sessions, workshops and activities including arts and recreation sessions, health, fitness and wellbeing, focusing on issues such as sexual health, mental health, alcohol, drug awareness, promoting positive identity, exercise and body image.

£447,633 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2016 Oakfield Primary and Moderate Learning Difficulties Resource

The school will use the funding to create an adventure forest activity area for young people in the local community to access with their families outside of school hours. This will enable children to engage with the outdoors and improve social skills, confidence and communications skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2016 Broadbottom Church of England Primary School

Broadbottom Church of England Primary School

£9,914 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2016 Broadbottom Church of England Primary School

Project Summary :Trebuchet MSWhat Money is for :Seating and tables, planting beds, water fall, wind chimes, sensory planting, landscaping, trellis, marketing and refreshments.

£9,914 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2016 Shapla Project

The organisation will use the funding to provide Bangla lessons and open days marking important Bangladeshi cultural events for children, young people and families of the local community. This will bring people together to learn more about Bangladeshi culture, improve family relations and reduce the isolation for older members of the community.

£5,204 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2016 BangDrum

The Incredible Plastic Brass Band! (working title)

£26,890 Arts Council England
3 Feb 2016 Convoy of Happiness

This charity will use the funding to provide short breaks for families living with children who have life limiting illnesses. Children are often isolated as they spend long periods of time in hospital and have very little contact with the outside world. This break will enable families and children to enjoy activities together, reducing isolation and improving general wellbeing.

£6,435 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2016 Convoy of Happiness

This charity will use the funding to provide short breaks for families living with children who have life limiting illnesses. Children are often isolated as they spend long periods of time in hospital and have very little contact with the outside world. This break will enable families and children to enjoy activities together, reducing isolation and improving general wellbeing.

£4,148 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jan 2016 Mottram CofE Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an area in the school grounds to carry out forest school activities, by installing a shelter, seating and pathways. This will enable pupils to take part in forest school activities which will increase their confidence, communication and organisational skills, and improve their educational attainment to support employment prospects in the future.

£9,944 Big Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2015 Hyde Bangladesh Welfare Association

The organisation will use the funding to establish a Community Digital Inclusion Project and run training and support sessions for people in the local community wanting to develop their knowledge of ICT. This will improve ICT skills, literacy and numeracy and employment prospects of participants.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2015 Ashton Salle Jones

Begineers Fencing classes for senior members of the comunity

£7,008 Sport England
10 Dec 2015 Friends of Mossley Base

The organisation will use the funding to continue to deliver an advice and information service one day a week provided by the Citizens Advice Bureaux on an outreach basis. This will increase the resilience of the community by providing them with the information and support to access benefits and address issues of personal debt.

£6,392 Big Lottery Fund
1 Dec 2015 Priory Tennis Club

Clubhouse refurbishment and disabled facilities

£75,000 Sport England
24 Nov 2015 Holy Trinity and Christ Church Stalybridge

Holy Trinity Church roof repairs and heritage celebration programme

£250,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2015 New Charter Homes Limited

The funding will be used to develop plans for a project to support unemployed people from hard to reach groups to get into work or find training opportunities. The development funding will be used for work to prepare the group for a full funding application, including local profiling and a cost benefit analysis.

£41,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2015 Aldwyn Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create an exciting outdoor activity area including an outdoor work station, gazebo, gravel and mud pit and seating area. This will enable children to access imaginative outdoor play facilities throughout the year, to help aid their development and encourage them to become more active.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Nov 2015 Flowery Field Primary School PTFA

The group will use funding to purchase a range of fitness equipment, to include a collapsible rope pull up ramp and safety mats. This will enable the organisation to deliver physical activities for pupils and their families, with the aim of encouraging beneficiaries to participate in healthy lifestyles.

£9,744 Big Lottery Fund
11 Nov 2015 Ian Townsend

The Lonely Walk Home Theatre Production

£9,240 Arts Council England
3 Nov 2015 Canon Johnson C of E Primary School

The organisation will use funding to create a reflection zone in the school grounds for children and their families. This will promote friendship, communication and socialisation.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
3 Nov 2015 Moorside Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to purchase play equipment which encourages risky play. This will improve the physical, emotional and mental development of children and help them to understand, assess and manage risk and provide them with skills and the independence they require in their adult life.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Oct 2015 Making a Difference - Tameside

A project to provide life skills training and support for adults who have experienced, or are recovering from mental health problems. The project, which aims to benefit up to 200 people, will offer individual support, home visits, IT, training, healthy eating, drama, literacy and numeracy, along with keep fit and social events.

£265,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Oct 2015 Albion United Reformed Church

Albion Church Fellowship 200 Year Celebration

£7,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2015 IntraQuest Community CIC

The organisation will use funding to deliver a series of self awareness workshops, to include behaviours and relationships, for parents who have experienced issues including domestic violence, long term unemployment and leaving prison. This will enable beneficiaries to develop an awareness of their behaviours and the impact this has on their children, with the aim of improving the parent and child relationship and raising the aspirations and educational attainment of their children.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2015 Smallshaw Tenants and Residents Association

The organisation will use the funding to run a series of community events throughout the year. This will enable the organisation to address issues of social isolation and reduce the incidence of anti-social behaviour by fostering community spirit.

£6,286 Big Lottery Fund
8 Oct 2015 Holy Trinity Church and Community Centre (HTCCC)

The group will use the funding to install a stair lift. This will make their community centre accessible to all.

£6,066 Big Lottery Fund
5 Oct 2015 Holden Clough Community Primary School

The organisation will use the funding to create a woodland experience within school grounds with a variety of activities designed to stimulate and provide opportunity for physical exercise within an urban area. This will enable the organisation to offer a safe environment for outdoor play and activities to physically and mentally stimulate the children, thereby alleviating concerns regarding obesity and related health issues attributed to sedentary lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Oct 2015 Just Help Foundation

The organisation will use the funding to run a tailored program for the young people across the area, which have been identified as being involved in or at risk of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour or at risk of social exclusion; this will involve activities with local community organisations, documentary making and working with parents. This will reduce incidences of anti-social behaviour through education, support and diversionary activities.

£8,950 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2015 Noah's A.R.T.

The organisation will use the funding to provide therapeutic support for local people affected by mental health issues and learning disabilities, patients in recovery and elderly people, by enabling them to care for rescued animals. This will improve the confidence and self esteem of participants and reduce loneliness and isolation.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
16 Sep 2015 Swimming Trust

The Young Swimming Teacher Development Project

£5,000 Sport England
14 Sep 2015 Jubacana

The organisation will use the funding to engage local young people in after school percussion workshops, and also provide leadership training for older participants. This will divert young people from negative behaviours and involve them in positive activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund