Lottery grants awarded to Northern Ireland

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
26 Oct 2016 Victoria Bridge Cross Community Forum

The Strabane group aims to improve the lives of the residents and visitors to Victoria Bridge and organises a wide range of activities for all residents. They are using the ?5,000 to host a celebration event for all the community of Victoria Bridge to bring the community closer together.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Oct 2016 Mid Ulster District Council

The heart of ancient Ulster

£2,087,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Oct 2016 Carnlough Community Association

The voluntary organisation works to improve Carnlough village. The five-year Carnlough Changes project is improving civic pride, developing community services, improving skills, and recruiting more volunteers . Building on the ideas from a Village Plan, a forum made up of local people is driving the project forward. Activities include a gardening club, parent-led summer scheme, and a community newsletter. The group is sharing learning with other communities and has links with support organisations.

£195,610 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Fuse Fm Ballymoney

Fuse FM is a volunteer led community radio station based in Ballymoney. They are using the ?4,970 for an event celebrating the local public park and local musicians including musical entertainment, children's entertainment, archery and face painting.

£4,970 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Lisnafin/ Ardnalee/ Trust Ccda

Lisnafin, Ardnalee Trust Cross Community Development Association offers a range of educational and recreational services and support for the local community. They are using the ?2,014 to hold a Christmas celebration for older people in the area.

£2,014 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Bogside and Brandywell Initiative Ltd

Bogside and Brandywell Initiative in Derry/Londonderry supports the community and tackles local issues. They are using the ?5,000 for an eight-week programme to support residents to improve their gardens and the external appearance of their homes. The project will culminate in a street party to celebrate the achievements of local people in enhancing their area.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 CERS

The organisation, based near Omagh, provides resources and facilities for people in An Creagan and the surrounding areas. They are using the ?3,250 to host a Big Family Picnic at An Creagan.

£3,250 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Tober Tinys Community Playgroup

Tober Tinys Community Playgroup based near Magherafelt offers early years and pre-school sessions to local families. They are using the ?500 for a trip to W5 at the SSE Arena in Belfast at which 30 pre-school children will attend a Christmas workshop.

£500 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Blackmountain Action Group

Blackmountain Action Group in west Belfast supports the community, addressing issues including poverty, health and employment. They are using the ?5,000 for events including scavenger hunts to find resources to create a piece of art and an intergenerational day to celebrate the whole community.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Kerala Association

The organisation works for the socio-cultural development of the Indian Malayalee community in Derry/Londonderry. They are using the ?4,850 to facilitate a good relations event for the wider community.

£4,850 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 St Malachy's P.S, Armagh, P.T.A

St Malachy's Primary School Parent Teachers Association in Armagh runs a range of events to support school life. They are using the ?5,000 for a celebration of the school's 60th anniversary. The project will involve a series of events throughout the month of March 2017.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Lisnafin Ardnalee Trust Ccda

Lisnafin, Ardnalee Trust Cross Community Development Association offers a range of educational and recreational services and support for the local community. They are using the ?2,014 to hold a Christmas celebration for older people in the area.

£2,014 Big Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2016 Galliagh Community Development Group

Galliagh Community Development Group work to improve the social and economic situation in the Galliagh area. They are using the ?5,000 for a Christmas dinner for 150 older people. The older people have been identified through the group?s Good Morning project.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Oct 2016 Malone Rugby Football Club

The club offers sporting and recreational activities to the local community and the group?s building is used by various community groups. They are using the ?10,000 to provide accessible facilities at the clubhouse so more community activities can take place there.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2016 Strabane Health Improvement Project CIC

The organisation develops community based health and wellbeing programmes within the local community. They are using the ?4,800 for a community garden and open day event to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the project.

£4,800 Big Lottery Fund
19 Oct 2016 AnNua

Project Funding 2016-17

£7,940 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
18 Oct 2016 Walled City Music Trust

Project Funding 2016/17

£37,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
18 Oct 2016 Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, Information, Networking, Equali

The five-year Bright Stars project is offering emotional and practical support to the families of children under the age of 10 with spina bifida and hydrocephalus across Northern Ireland. When a family brings their baby home from hospital a support worker helps them develop a personalised plan for the child. There is a network of peer support groups for families and they support siblings to develop stronger relationships and better understand the difficulties faced by their disabled brother or sister.

£419,808 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Rowandale Integrated Primary School and Community Playgroup

The Moira school is using the ?2,000 grant to buy equipment and materials for the children?s Saturday Art Club, and provide two additional monthly clubs.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Milford Temperance and Benefit LOL 353

The organisation is based in Milford, just outside Armagh. They are using the grant of ?10,000 on repairs and renovations to their hall, which is used as a community facility for events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Portstewart Royal Blue Masonic Lodge No. 404

The group, based in Portstewart, are using the funding of ?9,985 to make improvements to their hall allowing for greater community use.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Dungannon Tigers Football Club

Dungannon Tigers is a cross community and multi ethnic football club. They are using the ?3,570 project to run a midnight soccer tournament to bring together isolated young people from the area.

£3,570 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 St Patrick's Primary School

The school, based in Gortin, Omagh, are using the ?9,593 to provide equipment to increase ICT skills for the pupils, parents and community members.

£9,593 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Foyle Search And Rescue Service

Foyle Search and Rescue Service is a voluntary based charity in Derry/Londonderry. They are using the ?9,789 grant to help furnish a room in their newly extended building for use by their volunteers and a suicide bereavement support group.

£9,789 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Ardinariff Historical & Cultural Society

The group, who are based near Dungiven, provide social activities and events for the local community. They are using the ?10,000 to make improvements to the grounds of their premises.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Community Dialogue

The group are using the ?9,995 grant to fund dialogue sessions to help build understanding and trust amongst people who often hold opposing views on issues critical to Northern Ireland?s future.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Ballymena Substance Users Support Group

The Ballymena group are using the ?9,895 grant to provide support to those in the community affected by substance abuse.

£9,895 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Portavogie LOL 552

The group, who provide community facilities, are using the ?10,000 grant to improve their building to make it more suitable for community events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Victory Praise Community Church

The Ballymena based church are using the ?10,000 grant to increase the skills of volunteers and provide various events and activities for the community

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 St Paul's Primary School

The school, based on the lower Falls area of Belfast, is using the ?10,000 grant to install an outdoor play area for the children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 The John Hewitt Society

The group provides opportunities for people to explore issues through literature and creative writing. The funding of ?9,850 is being used to run a series of six week creative writing programmes, finishing with a public event where people will present the work they created.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Irish Street Youth Club

The Irish Street Youth Club in Derry/Londonderry provides a range of programmes for young people aged from five to 25 years. They are using the funding of ?10,000 on a range of events and activities, including a summer scheme and Christmas drama production.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Loughanreagh LOL 909

The group, who are based outside Coleraine, are using the ?10,000 to make improvements to the hall to allow for greater community use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Portstewart Community Association

The Portstewart group are using the ?9,285 on performers and venue hire for the annual Red Sails Festival in July 2017, which brings the local community together.

£9,285 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Lissan Cross Community Playgroup

The Cookstown community playgroup is using the ?3,558 grant to make improvements to their building.

£3,558 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 33 Social and Economic Development Partnership

The Gilford based group are using the funding of ?9,700 to help develop plans for a community venue for use as a social enterprise hub for the local area

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2016 Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland are using the ?4,446 grant to fund basic deaf awareness training for staff and volunteers so they can support and empower people who have suffered hearing loss.

£4,446 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Rathfriland Football Club

The club are using the grant of ?9,150 to make improvements to their building, which is used as a community facility for a range of activities.

£9,150 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 Ballymacanallen Community Association

The group is based in a rural area near Gilford. They are using the ?10,000 grant to make improvements to their building so it can be used for more community activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 Matthew McGovern

£13,716 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 James Espey

£4,351 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 - Ryan Seaton

£8,994 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016 - 2017 Aidan McGlynn

£2,281 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 Aileen Reid

£12,546 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016 -2017 - Sean McComb

£8,889 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 Michaela Walsh

£5,837 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs - 2016 - 2017 James McGivern

£7,152 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 - Stephen McKenna

£2,118 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016 - 2017 Paddy Barnes

£5,375 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 Michael Conlon

£6,147 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016/17 - C Cargo

£3,037 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016/17 - M Robson

£5,072 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016/17 - J Bell

£4,542 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 - Eugene Magee

£5,389 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 - Stephanie Meadow

£9,662 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs - 2016-2017 Claire Taggart

£2,400 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 Kelly Gallagher

£6,809 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016 - 2017 - Hannah Craig

£3,216 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016-2017 Jonathan Young

£10,416 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016/17 - Lisa Kearney

£5,981 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016/17 - Patrick Huston

£1,987 Sport Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2016 AIP Living Costs

AIP Living Costs 2016 - 2017 - Jason Smyth

£11,267 Sport Northern Ireland
13 Oct 2016 Phil Harrison

Body English

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Building Change Trust Limited

Building Change Trust Limited

£200,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2016 Jemma Millen

Ceramic equipment application to aid studio practice expansion and relieve recent career changing injury.

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Sheila Llewellyn

Ten days in Tabriz - a Novella

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Gerry Gleason

Recording the Self Image.

£1,261 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Rosemary Jenkinson

Buying time to fund a four-month period during which I will write a new short story collection.

£1,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Mrs. Elizabeth Greig

Within The Woods

£1,100 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Michael Hanna

Continuation of practice

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Angela McCabe

Buying Time to Write a Third Poetry Collection

£2,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Jo Zebedee

The Lily Pond

£1,650 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Lee Stitt

Surrounding - Working title

£2,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Bernadette Comac

Musical Sculpture

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Myra (M?ire) Zepf

'Hazelnuts' - a novel for young teens (12-14 years)

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Paul McVeigh

Writing My Second Novel

£2,989 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Ryan Vail

Ryan Vail - Aces

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Jean Bleakney

Consolidation

£2,700 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Ms Nodlaig Brolly

TBC

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Diane Henshaw

Borderland drawings

£1,587 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Ev McLoughlin

Watch that train of thought

£991 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Gail Ritchie

Mountains and Memory (working title)

£2,940 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Andrew Cooke

Making It - Midway

£3,816 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Joe Lines

Plot: A Pamphlet of Poems

£1,800 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Dr Bryonie Reid

Their Truths: Mining a Family Archive in Northern Ireland

£677 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Miss Susanna Galbraith

Development of Practice via god on film Project

£2,325 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Alice Burns

New work for solo exhibition at MCAC and Developing and establishing a sustainable arts practice through support with ACES programme.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Alison Lowry

'A (Dress)', - solo exhibition at Millennium Court Portadown

£2,990 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Miss Christine Hamill

Novel Development

£2,100 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Koichi Samuels

General Arts Award to purchase essential computer and music technology for developing my music practice creatively and professionally

£999 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Mrs Vicky McFarland

Performance practice development - Inclusive Theatre and Physical Performance

£1,200 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Jane Talbot

Saint : A Retelling of the Legend of Odhran [NOVELLA]

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Dr Clodagh Harvey

Thrumming the Days: Poetry of a Calendar Year

£1,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Rita Duffy

Labyrinth

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Shirley-Anne McMillan

New novel

£2,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Mr Keith Winter

On Becoming Fluid

£2,200 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Joanna McNulty

Across the Line (working title)

£2,382 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Frederic Huska

Falling into its Walls

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 Dr Sally Walmsley

The Star Keeper: a musical guide to the Universe

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
12 Oct 2016 David Haughey

Everything Is So Novel

£1,798 Arts Council of Northern Ireland