Lottery grants awarded to Northern Ireland

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
2 Feb 2015 St Mary's Nursery School

The north Belfast nursery school will use the grant to provide a creative arts and movement programme to pre-school age children.

£2,259 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Armagh Senior Citizens Forum

The organisation is an umbrella group that represents the needs of 12 older peoples groups from Armagh City and District. They will use the grant to provide trips to Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and workshops in song, dance, storytelling and reminiscence. At the end of these workshops, all of the participants will come together to host a showcase event for the community.

£6,528 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 North West Migrants Forum

The group support the migrant community in the Derry/ Londonderry area. They will use the grant to run an intercultural fiesta event for women in the area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Holy Family Primary School

The north Belfast primary school is using the grant to develop cross community links with Currie Primary School through shared exploration of natural space in Alexandra Park. The project will train Forest Leaders, provide first aid training, after-school support, Forest School starter kit bags and other equipment.

£9,460 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Aghavilly Youth Club

The youth club offers educational, recreational and social opportunities for young people in Aghavilly, Co Armagh. It will use the grant for a range of events and activities including bowling and kayaking and to buy electronic equipment for community use.

£7,939 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Cookstown Royal British Legion

The organisation is using the grant to make improvements to its building so it can be used for more activities and events.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 First Mountnorris Girl Guide Unit

The Girl Guide unit based near Armagh will use the grant to provide a residential at Lorne House in Holywood including camping, food and a day trip to Bangor.

£3,586 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Newry & Mourne Local Voluntary Welfare Group

The group, based in Newry, is using the grant to run a four day respite trip to Newcastle on Tyne for its members.

£9,845 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Banbridge Arthritis Care

This support group for sufferers of arthritis in the Banbridge area will use the grant to provide a silver anniversary dinner, including transport, for the group.

£2,517 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Ulidia Integrated College

The grant will allow the Carrickfergus college to deliver training in suicide awareness and prevention to pupils and parents. It will also provide leadership skills training for prefects and Healthy Minds classes outside of school hours.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Dromore in Action

Take Stock

£40,285 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
2 Feb 2015 Richmount Rural Community Association

All Together Now

£49,740 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
27 Jan 2015 Carrowshee Park/Sylvan Hill Community Association

Carrosyl for Peace

£29,790 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
27 Jan 2015 Suffolk Lenadoon Interface Group

SLIG Peace Walls Programme Art Project

£31,157 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
27 Jan 2015 Blackwater Regional Partnership

Public Art in Caledon

£29,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
27 Jan 2015 Blackwater Regional Partnership

Public Art In Middletown

£24,505 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
27 Jan 2015 Belfast City Council

City Cemetery Decorative Arts and Outreach project

£50,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
27 Jan 2015 Killesher Community Development Association

Art at Mill

£30,727 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
26 Jan 2015 Queen's University Belfast

'Neither King nor Kaiser': Empire, War and Rebellion in Ireland, 1912-1919

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Superact

The Last Post WW1 Commemoration Project

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Brownlow Festival Committee

'Capturing Craigavon' A community based living history project charting the development of the new town

£43,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Harmony Community Trust

Our Shared Heritage in Down and Ards

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 St Patricks College

The north Belfast school is using the grant to provide suicide prevention and mental health courses delivered by PIPS. Courses include the Healthy Minds, Anti Bullying and Mind Your Mate programmes.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Drumrane Primary School

The Dungiven based school is using the grant to buy iPads for a digital club for pupils and parents that will take place after school and in the evenings.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 St Caolan's Primary School (Darragh Cross)

The Saintfield based school is using the grant to buy laptops to run ICT classes for pupils and their parents.

£9,763 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Ballymaquiggan LOL 292

The group provides activities and a venue for community use. The grant is being used to make improvements to the hall so it can be used for a greater range of events and activities.

£9,798 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Mount Masonic Social Club

The club promotes and encourages social and recreational activities between their members. The grant is being used to refurbish the club's function room to allow more activities to take place and help them to reach out to other community groups.

£9,978 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Blackwater Integrated College

The school is using the grant to run suicide and self harm awareness training for parents and teachers.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Rural Area Partnership in Derry Limited

The group promotes the social, economic and cultural development of rural communities within Derry City Council. The project is making improvements to part of RAPID?s building, turning it into training and catering facilities.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Mallusk Community Action Group

The group supports people living in Mallusk. The project is funding a community newsletter, spring clean up and equipment for the group.

£7,614 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Four Orange Thursday Club

The club provides recreation and leisure activities for older people. The project is running activities in the Newtownhamilton area including afternoon tea dances, an overnight respite break, and networking events with other groups.

£9,262 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 St Bernards Primary School

The school is using the grant to build a garden where the pupils can learn to plant and grow their own vegetables. The garden will be managed by volunteer parents and grandparents.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Addiction NI

The group provides a range of support and information services to people affected by drug and alcohol misuse. The project will fund the development of a volunteer team to raise awareness of drug and alcohol misuse.

£9,959 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Knocknagin Hall Committee

The group, which manages the community hall, is using the grant to refurbish the hall so it can be used for more activities.

£9,969 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 9th Armagh Keady Scout Group

The group provides scouting activities for children and young people in the Keady area and are using the grant to buy equipment to help with learning new skills.

£5,770 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Knocknagin Hall Committee

The group, which manages the community hall, is using the grant to refurbish the hall so it can be used for more activities.

£9,969 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Sestina Music Ltd

A Venetian Festival

£6,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Jigsaw Northern Ireland

5 separate art projects within Jigsaw NI

£4,970 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Community Intercultural Programme

Creative Perceptions

£4,350 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Fusion Theatre

AIDA by Tim Rice and Elton JOhn

£6,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 The Right Key

Voice of Recovery Singers (Singing Group made up of recovering alcoholics)

£3,502 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Fermanagh Choral Society

Performance of Handel's Messiah by Fermanagh Choral Society

£3,200 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 The Yellow Nib

Issues 10 and 11 of 'The Yellow Nib' Magaazine

£3,150 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Mind Wise New Vision

Generations - Voices - Perspectives.

£6,440 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Youth Lyric Limited

The Great Gatsby, Belfast Waterfront Hall, 4-7 March 2015

£4,750 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Jan 2015 Corkley Pipe Band

Highland Piping and Drumming Tuition

£4,884 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Jan 2015 Mourne Runners

The Rathfriland based community athletic club is using the grant to run a first aid course for members so that they can include more people in events.

£1,006 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2015 The Goal Line Youth Trust

The group provides activities for children and young people in Portadown and Greater Craigavon area. The grant is being used to launch a multi sensory room for children with learning disabilities. The launch will include a DVD and leaflets to publicise the sensory room.

£9,851 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2015 The Celtic Living Experience

The group formed to recreate a living Celtic village on an island in Lough Erne to increase employment, enhance tourism and provide an educational programme. The project is funding a feasibility study, economic appraisal and architectural drawings.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2015 Tobin Youth Centre (Moortown) Ltd

The organisation provides activities for young people in the Cookstown area. The project will install an IT suite in the youth centre to allow young people without internet access at home to use it for learning.

£9,531 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2015 Brownlow Integrated College

The Craigavon based school is using the grant to provide a counselling support programme for pupils, parents and teachers.

£8,160 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2015 Nifty Fifty+ Club

The group provides activities for older people in the Portadown area. The grant is being used to run cultural outings and a series of activities including movement to music, bowls and swimming.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 Kildoag Pipe Band

To re-establish Derry/Londonderry's lost reputation as a world class bag piping City.

£15,618 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Jan 2015 TinyLife

TinyLife supports families with premature babies. It will work with Lifestart for the five-year Tinystart project, which will help families cope with the often traumatic arrival of a premature baby. It will deliver a range of support and activities for premature babies born in the Belfast, South Eastern and Western Health and Social Care Trusts. This will include emotional, developmental and practical support including parents groups, home visits and baby massage.

£619,250 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Murlough Community Association

The group supports people from Burrendale estate in Newcastle. The project is providing a range of activities and trips for all members of the community including a summer scheme, family outings and an older people?s group.

£7,338 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Andrews Memorial Primary School

The primary school, based in Comber, is using the grant to make improvements to the Andrews Memorial Hall so it can be used for more community events and activities.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Ballymena Inter-Ethnic Forum

The organisation gives bi-lingual support to ethnic minorities in Ballymena. The project will provide interpreters who will signpost members to support and information services, as well as supporting the group?s users to integrate into the local community.

£8,180 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Northern Ireland Fishery Harbour Authority

The group has a responsibility for improving, managing and maintaining the three fishery harbours and harbour estates of Ardglass, Kilkeel and Portavogie. The project is funding an education initiative for young people from local schools and people from the wider community.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Love Hockey Ireland

The organisation brings people together from all communities, backgrounds and abilities through inline hockey. The grant is being used to make improvements to the Rink sports arena and multi-purpose centre to open the venue up to a wider range of groups.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Dominican College

The Portstewart based school is using the grant to buy spin bikes and run classes that will be open to the community as well as pupils.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Aughrim LOL 334

The group provides activities and a venue for community use in Enniskillen. The project is making improvements to the hall to allow for wider community use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Mullahead and District Ploughing SocietyLimited

The organisation provides a support network for the farming community in Mullahead, Portadown. The project is developing a strategy that will set out what the group plans to achieve over the next five years.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Ballykilbeg Rural Development Association

The organisation supports the rural community in the Downpatrick area. The project will make improvements to the community hall so it can be used for more activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 North Belfast Women's Initiative and Support Project

The organisation offers services for the whole community, although it has mostly female members. The grant is being used to run health events on topics including alternative therapies, stress management, suicide prevention and male health.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Ballymena Substance Users Support Group

The group supports people affected by drug and alcohol misuse in Ballymena. They are using the grant for training that will increase the support they can provide to the group?s members, equipment and activities for members such as cookery classes.

£8,511 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Whitehouse Primary School

The school is using the grant to provide counselling and support for pupils to help them cope with problems such as bereavement, family separation, friendship difficulties and school worries.

£9,420 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Holy Cross Boys' Primary School

The primary school is using the grant to build an environmental learning space. Pupils will help plan the area, learn about the environment and grow their own food. Parents and grandparents will be able to get involved and share their gardening skills with pupils.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Glebe Cross Community Development Association

The group, which supports people in the Glebe and district area, is using the grant to fund a youth club, including facilitators, trips, equipment and a fun day.

£8,908 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Caledon Open Door Club

The group provides social activities for disadvantaged older people. The grant is being used to run a year long programme of health and well being activities including healthy eating and cookery workshops, complementary therapies, networking events, music and movement classes and a residential.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Rasharkin Community Association

The organisation provides a range of social activities for people in the area. They are using the grant for a programme of events, which will include hip hop dancing, floral art and table tennis, which will be promoted at an open evening to mark the re-opening of the community centre.

£3,596 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 St Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel

The Kilkeel based school is providing a range of evening classes for parents and adults from the local community. Classes include yoga, art and languages.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Banbridge POSY Club

The group provide events and activities for people over 50 in the Banbridge area. The project will provide weekly activities such as dance and archery classes and social outings.

£7,567 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Fuse Fm Ballymoney

Fuse FM is a community radio station in Ballymoney. They are using the grant to bring local people together through two fun days, one in winter and one in summer, and a Scottish ceilidh.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Friends of Cloughreagh House

The organisation, which supports older people, is using the grant to improve the communal facilities at Cloughreagh House care home in Newry. The improvements will enhance the environment for people with dementia.

£9,961 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Monkstown Community School

The school is using the grant to develop an outdoor memorial and horticultural garden which will provide a tribute to past pupils and staff who have passed away. It will also create an outdoor classroom for pupils and the wider community.

£9,984 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Hazelwood Integrated Primary School

The integrated primary school is using the funding to train volunteer forest schools leaders for an after-schools programme.

£9,280 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 The Catholic Guides of Ireland (Northern Region)

The group provides activities for girls and young women between the ages of five and 25. The grant will be used for training in the Free Being Me programme. Developed by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, the programme includes interactive activities to learn about self esteem, social pressures and body confidence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Aughrim LOL 334

The group provides activities and a venue for community use in Enniskillen. The project is making improvements to the hall to allow for wider community use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2014 Rural Area Partnership in Derry Limited

The group supports communities in rural Co Derry/Londonderry. The Community Help in Learning and Development project will help rural families increase skills, confidence and give their children the best possible start in life. The group will work in partnership with Derry Healthy Cities, Learmount Community Development group, Eglinton Community Limited, Lettershandoney Community Development Group, Newbuildings Community and Environmental Group and Strathfoyle Community Association.

£700,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2014 Mind Wise New Vision

The group supports people affected by mental health difficulties. The five-year NI Families Network project will help families with children with mental health problems to support their children, become more involved in the community and experience less stigma. Working with Action Mental Health, AWARE Defeat Depression, CAUSE, Parenting NI and the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, it will support families in the Western and Southern Health and Social Care Trust areas.

£699,380 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2014 Glenview Support Group

If successful the group will create a sensory area within the current playground in St. Mary?s Primary School, Maghera. The school has a number of children on the Autistic spectrum who will benefit from this play area, improving their social and emotional development. They group plan to make the playground available to children from the wider community out of school hours.

£30,696 Big Lottery Fund
12 Dec 2014 Augharan Development Group

The group provides activities for people in Augharan and surrounding areas. The project is providing a programme of trips and classes for the wider community and making improvements to the hall.

£4,254 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2014 Ballymena Academy

The school is using the grant to buy outdoor gym equipment that can be used by pupils, parents and the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2014 Newry & Mourne Foster Care Group

The group provides support to foster carers. The grant is being used to run an open night to recruit more foster carers, produce information leaflets, provide a resource library and run activities for children in foster care and their carers.

£3,800 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2014 Ballybogey Over 50?s Club

The group, which provides classes and social outings for older people in the local community, is using the grant for activities such as trips, craft and community classes and a monthly luncheon club.

£9,318 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2014 Bangor Academy and Sixth Form College

The school is using the grant to buy 18 indoor cycles that will be used to offer free spin classes to grandparents, parents and carers of the school community.

£9,914 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2014 New Life Counselling Service

The group provides emotional health and wellbeing support through counselling and therapeutic services. The grant is being used to allow them to provide counselling sessions to people with sensory disabilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Coleraine & District Amalgamated Committee

The organisation provides a range of activities for the local community to promote the history and culture of the Apprentice Boys of Derry. The grant will be used for a community festival and volunteer training programme.

£6,655 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 North Ballymena Community Cluster

The organisation represents and supports a number of voluntary and community groups in the north Ballymena area. They are using the grant to run a series of activities that will bring older people together such as lunches, gardening, arts, crafts and trips.

£6,527 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 St Jarlath's Primary School

The primary school, which is based in Blackwatertown near Dungannon, is using the grant to buy iPads and accessories for use in an after-school class by children and parents.

£9,909 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School

The school, which is based in the Greencastle area of Omagh, is using the grant to buy iPads and equipment for parent and pupil workshops.

£9,612 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Cosy Club

The club promotes independence, reduces social isolation and promotes physical and mental health among older people. The project is running a luncheon club, health checks and organising a series of talks for members.

£6,570 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Oasis Caring in Action

The organisation supports the community by tackling issues such as unemployment, deprivation and poverty. The grant is being used to develop a business plan to shape the group?s work over the next three to five years.

£7,520 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 EYEspeak

The organisation provides a support service for people with sight loss in the Omagh area.The project is providing a range of activities adapted for people with visual impairments including cooking, dancing and creative writing workshops.

£5,545 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Culloville Development Assoctiation

The organisation provides community facilities in Culloville, near Crossmaglen. The grant is being used to buy tables and chairs for the newly built community centre.

£9,895 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 The An Eochair Clondara Historical & Cultural Group

The group will use the grant to fund a business plan and research project to explore setting up a social enterprise which will provide employment to young people at risk of engaging in crime.

£5,700 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 St. Patrick's Primary School Loup

The primary school, which is based in the Loup area, is using the grant to buy iPads for use by pupils and the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Killowen Primary School

The Lisburn based school is using the grant for an outdoor eco centre, which will be used as an outdoor classroom for afterschool activities and by Killowen Nursery.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 Edenbrooke Primary School

The north Belfast based primary school is using the grant to provide a counselling support programme to increase student wellbeing.

£9,420 Big Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2014 St Anthony's Primary School

The Craigavon based school is using the grant to provide counselling sessions for pupils, support for parents and training for teachers.

£8,160 Big Lottery Fund