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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
18 Nov 2016 Banbridge Amateur Boxing Club

The group promotes amateur boxing. They are using the ?900 to celebrate the achievements of 15 members who have autism through a BBQ for families, friends and pupils from a local school.

£900 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 St Michael's GAC Lissan

The club, near Cookstown, offers social and sporting opportunities for the local community. They are using the ?5,000 to celebrate the club's 40th anniversary in 2017. They will hold an exhibition highlighting the history of the club followed by a family fun day.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Derryhirk Rural Development Association

The group runs a community centre in a rural orange hall near Dungannon. They are using the ?1,818 to provide a dinner for older people, a children?s party and will also create a memorial display of WW1 items relevant to the history of the local area.

£1,818 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Newcastle Chamber Of Commerce

The organisation works with local business, residents and visitors to make improvements to the town. They are using the ?4,950 to deliver a Christmas celebration on two Saturdays in December with a range of activities for up to 1,500 people.

£4,950 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 First Steps Women's Centre

The organisation provides training, support and education to women and their families in the Dungannon area. They are using the ?1,500 to recognise, promote and celebrate the importance of women.

£1,500 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Hospital Road Community Association

The group promotes community development in an area of Omagh. They are using the ?4,790 to support the annual fun day in July which will involve members of ethnic minorities as well as the local residents.

£4,790 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Scotch Street Youth Club

The club runs activities for the community in Portadown. They are using the ?4,150 to deliver two Christmas celebration events: one for children and one for adults, as well as a Big Community Breakfast and fun day.

£4,150 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Ardglass Community Centre

The group promotes community development and provides a venue for use by many local groups in the village. They are using the ?1,750 for a party for the entire community to celebrate Christmas.

£1,750 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Cloughskelt Rural and Cultural Association

The group provides a community facility in a rural Orange hall near Castlewellan. They are using the ?4,984 to provide a BBQ, treasure hunt and social event to celebrate the culture and heritage of the area.

£4,984 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Dergview Football Club Limited

The club provides football and other sports and recreational activities for the people of Castlederg and surrounding area. They are using the ?4,820 for a family fun day and to celebrate the success of their activities throughout the year.

£4,820 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Age Concern Causeway

The organisation provides services to improve the lives of older people in the Causeway Coast and Glens area. They are using the ?4,635 for three celebratory events including a tea dance, a community celebration involving swapping old for new slippers and a 40th birthday event to celebrate the group?s work in the community.

£4,635 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Superstars Club

The group, based in Cookstown, provides social and leisure activities to young people and adults who have learning difficulties. They are using the ?4,546 to deliver a celebration evening to welcome newcomers to the area who have learning or physical disabilities and showcase the activities of the social club and caf?.

£4,546 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Northern Ireland Somali Association

The group support the Somali community in Northern Ireland. They are using the ?4,500 to celebrate Somali culture by celebrating the end of Ramadan. They are holding workshops in two schools and publishing a booklet celebrating the achievements of six local Somali people.

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Newbuildings United Football Club

The group promotes football and also offers a venue for the wider community. They are using the ?3,000 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the club and recognise volunteers past and present who have made an important contribution. It will also recognise young members who will be the leaders of tomorrow.

£3,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Millstrand Integrated Primary School & Nursery Unit Parents

The group supports the work of the school in Portrush. They are using the ?3,320 to celebrate the 30 years of the school with a fun day, BBQ and outdoor camp for the entire school community, past and present.

£3,320 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Suffolk Community Forum

The organisation supports the residents of Suffolk estate and the surrounding area. They are using the ?5,000 to hold a grand reunion, with a photographic exhibition and a projection show of times past and present.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Gortnaghey Community Association Limited

The group provides a community facility in a rural area near Limavady. They are using the ?5,000 for a celebration of local anniversaries including the community centre's 10th, the local football club's 80th and the primary school's 125th. They are producing a book with photos of residents past and present and the history of the three groups, together with a family fun day.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Bellarena Parent Teacher Association

The Co Derry/Londonderry group raises funds for the children of the primary school and the local community. They are using the ?3,400 for an intergenerational fun day of activities for the children of the school and their families.

£3,400 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Chapel Road Community Playgroup

The Derry/Londonderry organisation provides childcare for children in their pre-school year. They are using the ?2,300 to celebrate their 20th anniversary bringing together all the people who have been involved in or attended the group throughout that time.

£2,300 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Castle Juniors Football Club

The organisation promotes football, well being, physical activity among young people in the Bangor area. They are using the ?2,500 to celebrate the club?s history, development and progress over the past 10 years.

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Lisbarnett and Lisbane Community Association

The group provides a community venue and wide range of activities for a rural community near Newtownards. They are using the ?550 to provide a family evening in the centre to bring together people from the village and nearby rural areas.

£550 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Dundrum Coastal Rowing Club

The group supports people from the local area to get involved in rowing. They are using the ?5,000 to commemorate the Club winning the Skiffie World Championship in 2016 through a celebration regatta and by building a second boat for new members.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Mulleek Women's Group

The group is a women's social group based in a rural area near Belleek which meets weekly to promote wellbeing. They are using the ?600 for a Christmas family fun day for all ages in the local community hall.

£600 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Diamond Rural Development Group

The group provides a range of community activities and facilities near Dromore. They are using the ?2,775 to provide four events for the local community to bring people together.

£2,775 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Rural Community Network (NI)

The group supports rural community groups across Northern Ireland. They are using the ?4,970 to celebrate 25 years of the group?s existence through a showcase event and evening celebration.

£4,970 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Team Aspie

The group supports young people with Autism and their families in the Cookstown area and across NI. They are using the ?5,000 for a celebration event to help the wider community to learn about autism and the therapies and support services available, while providing a fun experience for families and young people with autism.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2016 Killyleagh Yacht Club

Purchase of Boats

£41,094 Sport Northern Ireland
15 Nov 2016 Fermanagh Sports & Cultural Association

The group in Ballinamallard provides a range of projects and activities in the local community. They are using the ?10,000 grant to provide a community club for people over 50, which will include weekly activities and a summer club.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Carnegat Area Community Association

The group aims to tackle disadvantage and improve access to services in the community in Newry. They are using the ?9,680 grant for a programme of activities, events and trips which will combine well-being, learning, social activities and inter-generational opportunities.

£9,680 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Marlacoo Rural Association

The organisation based outside Portadown organises a range of activities for the local community. They are using the grant of ?2,287 to make improvements to their existing community kitchen.

£2,287 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Armoy Community Association - Over 55's

This cross-community group provides a place for over 55s to meet and take part in educational and social activities. They are using the ?5,488 grant to provide a 36-week programme of day trips, exercise and arts classes and demonstrations for members.

£5,488 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Lurgan Junior High School

The school provides education for children aged 11-14 and its youth annex provides a variety of projects for young people aged 8-25. It is using the ?8,375 grant to fund youth activities including a healthy lifestyle programme and a photography project for 11-19 year olds from the south Lurgan area.

£8,375 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Northern Ireland Newpin

The organisation provides parent and child therapeutic programmes in Derry/Londonderry, Strabane and Limavady. They are using the ?9,600 grant to provide child psychotherapy for children and counselling for mothers.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Home-Start North Belfast

The organisation in north Belfast provides support to families with a child under the age of five. They are using the grant of ?5,450 to further develop and expand their bank of trained volunteers.

£5,450 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 St Patrick's Primary School

The small rural school in Derrygonnelly is using the ?10,000 grant to provide an outdoor learning space, playhouse, buddy benches, polytunnel, raised flower beds and a school library.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Ballymena United Youth Academy

The organisation aims to develop social responsibility for young people through community development initiatives. They are using the ?9,742 grant on courses and workshops that will contribute to the personal, social and academic development of young people in the club and volunteers.

£9,742 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 'Cans' Metal Box Pensioners Association

This group is run by older people, who previously worked at the Metal Box factory in Portadown, to maintain friendships including with those who are house-bound or in care. They are using the ?1,962 grant to provide social evenings with guest speakers and day trips for members.

£1,962 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Legananny Accordion Band

The organisation, based near Rathfriland, provides an opportunity for members of the community to learn a musical instrument. They are using the ?9,835 grant to make improvements to their hall so it can be used for more community activities and events.

£9,835 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Markets Development Association

The group promotes the well-being of people in the Markets area of south Belfast. They are using the ?7,000 grant to develop an IT Hub and training suite for local people to use.

£7,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Caw and Nelson Drive Action Group

The group based in Derry/Londonderry offers a range of educational and social activities to the community of Caw/Nelson Drive. They are using the ?8,484 grant to develop a community based computer suite and access to classes.

£8,484 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Tandragee Rovers Football Club

The organisation provides sports facilities and community activities for the community on a 10 acre site. They are using the ?9,991 grant to install safety perimeter fencing.

£9,991 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Failte Feirste Thiar

The group promotes tourism in west Belfast and aims to develop infrastructure, support tourism initiatives and build local skills. They are using the ?9,600 grant to explore the development of a social enterprise and community-led tourism facility, and to provide training for staff and volunteers.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 The Thursday Club

The group, based in Lisburn, provides activities and outings for older people with mental or physical health problems. They are using the ?3,200 grant to provide an annual programme of outings and activities to enhance quality of life and tackle social isolation.

£3,200 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 St Johns Primary School

The Coleraine primary school is using the grant of ?9,258 to buy iPads and provide ICT training to pupils and adults.

£9,258 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Coleraine Borough 50+ Forum

The forum meets bi-monthly to review activities that have taken place and to host guest speakers. They are using the ?9,860 grant to provide warm packs to older people.

£9,860 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 TAMBA, Twins & Multiple Births Association

The group is a UK based charity which provides support to families with twins or multiples. The project is using the ?9,900 grant to develop the group?s club network in Northern Ireland.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2016 Immaculata ABC Belfast

BIP - Stage 2

£77,508 Sport Northern Ireland
11 Nov 2016 Mr Se?n Morgan-Rooney

Young Musicians' Platform 16-17

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
10 Nov 2016 Acceptable Enterprises Ltd

The five year Transitions programme supports young people with a learning disability or disadvantage aged 16 to 19 who attend special schools in Larne, Newtownabbey, Ballymena and Jordanstown to move into adult services and the world of work. The young people are gaining life skills and experience in manufacturing, retail, packaging, assembly, catering, and horticulture. The young people are steering the project, helping design and develop the activities, peer mentoring and helping to evaluate the project.

£600,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Nov 2016 Craft and Design Collective

'Centre for Craft, Applied Art and Design in Northern Ireland' or 'Craft Hub' in Belfast - The Ministry of Making

£20,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
4 Nov 2016 The Escapists

The group, based in Enniskillen, provides activities and respite for women carers. Their three-year Me Time project is working with women carers from across Fermanagh to run activities that will give them time to themselves away from their caring responsibilities. The project is designed by members and will support them to build friendships, improve confidence, and gain skills to improve their lives. The group is working with MeUnltd to provide personal development training.

£35,325 Big Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2016 Lisbellaw Veterans Group

The organisation works with veterans of the armed forces and their families to enhance their health and wellbeing. They are using the ?5,000 to provide a festive celebration.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2016 Castlewellan Town FC

The club provides football to children and adults in Castlewellan and surrounding areas. They are using the ?3,000 for two family orientated events for the community.

£3,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2016 Dromara GAC

This club provides Gaelic games and athletics to both children and adults. They are using the ?1,000 to host a juvenile awards night to celebrate the achievements of the children at the club.

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Nov 2016 An tSn?thaid Mh?r Teoranta

Rita: ( A series of books based on this character told through Irish)

£9,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Lagan Press Ltd

Literature Audience Development Initiative (LADI)

£4,800 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Portglenone Enterprise Group

Weaving In Portglenone- Intermediate level

£4,340 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Fermanagh Women's Aid

Journey through Creativity

£3,505 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 SOLAS

Creative Arts - Improving Communication, Socialisation and Imagination amongst those with Disability

£6,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Friends of Portaferry Presbyterian Church

Tenebrae: a choral workshop and concert

£6,715 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Youth Action Northern Ireland

Youth Theatre Equipment

£6,990 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Spark Opera Company

Spanish Sisters (Music-Theatre Commission)

£9,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Londonderry Musical Society (LMS)

Amateur Musical Production of 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers'

£3,150 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Fusion Theatre

Les Miserables School Edition

£2,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Nov 2016 Women's Aid ABCLN

The three year Make It Better project supports young people in Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Larne and Newtownabbey who have been affected by domestic violence and works with them to set goals, improve their education, health and wellbeing and social development. It includes an OCN in Domestic Violence Prevention programme, talks on mental health, and help with CVs. Youth advisory groups and steering groups are also deciding on activities and helping to recruit staff.

£600,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Creggan Pre-School & Training Trust Ltd

The group provides family support services to people living in and around the Creggan area of Derry/Londonderry. They are using the ?9,960 grant to run programmes supporting health awareness, skills building, intergenerational work, leisure and hobby activity and positive parenting, and one-off community events.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Mallusk Community Action Group

The group supports the community in Mallusk and organises events for people of all ages. The project is using the ?10,000 to improve the car park of the community hub to improve access for everyone who uses the venue.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Project Ballynahinch

The organisation provides a free counselling service in the greater Ballynahinch area. They are using the ?10,000 grant to provide counselling services for local women.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Claudy Parish Community Group

The group oversees the running of St Patrick?s Old Church in Claudy as a community facility. They are using the ?10,000 grant to buy a new PA system and catering equipment that will allow the organisation to run new classes.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Clonmore Regeneration Group

The group provides social, leisure and transport activities for residents in the rural area of Clonmore, Co Tyrone. They are using the ?10,000 to provide new equipment for the new community facility and to facilitate classes and workshops throughout the year.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Northern Ireland Chest, Heart & Stroke

The organisation is the local charity for the care and prevention of chest, heart and stroke illnesses in NI. They are using the ?9,500 to provide programmes in the North West area for stroke survivors including education, physio led exercise and peer support.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Sir Henry Wilson Memorial Orange Hall Committee

The organisation in Loughbrickland near Banbridge provides a community hub facility. They are using the ?9,210 to install equipment that will allow them to expand their training and development programmes as well as leisure activities.

£9,210 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Orchardville Society Limited

The south Belfast group prepares people with learning disabilities for employment and greater independence through a range of services. They are using the ?8,215 to buy equipment to develop social enterprises in Belfast and Bangor.

£8,215 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Loughinisland Youth Club

The organisation, near Downpatrick, provides activities for young people aged 8-24 years old. They are using the ?9,959 to provide equipment to allow the group to organise and maintain the youth club and to hold activities throughout the year.

£9,959 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Rossmar Special School

Rossmar is a special school in Limavady for children ages 3 - 19 years with severe and complex needs and specific communication difficulties. They are using the ?9,980 to provide children up to the age of six with a tailor-made after-school club offering sports sessions to suit their individual needs.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Armoy LOL 1065

The south Belfast organisation supports people through group work programmes and training. They are using the ?10,000 to help children aged 8-16 to be more aware of their own emotional health and be more resilient.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2016 Mount St Michael's Primary School

The Randalstown primary school is using the ?9,997 grant to create an imaginative outdoor climbing area to help children learn and develop.

£9,997 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Upper Andersonstown Community Forum Ltd

The five year Youth Empowerment Project is for 1,000 young people 8 to 25 in west Belfast who face barriers to education and employment. It supports the young people to improve their confidence and self-esteem, coping skills, and preparation for education, work or training. Young people sit on the organisation?s management committee and consultation team and help decide on activities. The young people also coordinate community clean ups, painting and graffiti removal and peer mentoring.

£598,008 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Magheradroll Bowling Club

The bowling club, based in Ballynahinch, is using the ?10,000 grant to resurface the club?s car park to improve access, and to make improvements to their club house.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2016 Hope 4 Ur Life Limited

The south Belfast organisation supports people through group work programmes and training. They are using the ?10,000 to help children aged 8-16 to be more aware of their own emotional health and be more resilient.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2016 Mid and East Antrim Borough Council

Carnlough Industrial Heritage Hub Project

£58,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2016 Belfast Interface Project

Reflected Lives: Intergenerational Oral Histories of Belfast‘«÷s Peace Wall Communities

£56,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2016 The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natura

Developing local heritage conservation skills

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2016 Drake Music Project Northern Ireland

New Interfaces, New Markets, A Sustainable Future for Drake Music Project Northern Ireland.

£6,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
31 Oct 2016 Rainbow Child and Family Centre Limited

The three year Enhancing Our Community project is increasing staff and resources to provide more services and make a hub for all ages within the community. The centre in the Galliagh estate in Derry/Londonderry will provide social activities, training and volunteering to help improve residents? lives by tackling disadvantage, developing confidence and increasing skills. The group is also building on its relationships with local schools and community groups which it regularly provides services for.

£191,859 Big Lottery Fund
28 Oct 2016 The Dry Arch Children's Centres Ltd

The organisation provides a range of programmes for the children and young people in the local community. They are using the ?6,720 for refurbishment in the Dry Arch Centre in Dungiven.

£6,720 Big Lottery Fund
28 Oct 2016 Black Mountain Shared Space Project

The cross community organisation works in the Upper Springfield/Upper Shankill interface area to support residents to make positive changes. They received ?7,500 to deliver performing arts activities to young people to improve their health and well-being.

£7,500 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 Families Acting for Innocent Relatives

The Markethill group provides support to victims of the Troubles in Northern Ireland. They are usingused the ?9,400 to deliver activities and social events for older people living in isolated, rural areas.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 Aughnagurgan LOL 687

The groups provides a hall for community activities in Darkley, Co Armagh. They are using the ?10,000 to improve the outdoor area around the hall and install a fence to make the premises more suitable for community events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 St Mary's Nursery School

The north Belfast school provides a varied curriculum to 52 nursery aged children. They are using the ?5,280 to provide a range of fun physical, creative and scientific activities outside of class time.

£5,280 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 Diversity Challenges

The group based in Markethill promotes methods of mediation, conciliation and reconciliation of disputes. They are using the ?5,080 to work with local community groups to develop a summer school in Armagh to explore issues of diversity and conflict.

£5,080 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Girlguiding North Antrim

The Antrim based group supports girls and young women to build confidence, raise aspiration and increase skills. They are using the ?5,000 to fund a volunteer recognition celebration in Ballymena to mark the contributions made by people.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 The NOW Group

The west Belfast based group is a social enterprise supporting people with learning difficulties and autism into jobs with a future. They are using the ?5,000 for their NOW's Got Talent competition for staff, members and participants to show and celebrate their individual talent and share this with the wider community.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 O-Bon on the Foyle Festival Group

The Derry/Londonderry group provides an outreach programme and festival to celebrate and promote Japanese taiko drumming, dance, music culture and arts. They are using the ?5,000 to run a festival to celebrate culture and diversity in the community.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Leafair Community Association

The organisation supports the local community in the Leafair area of Derry/Londonderry. They are using the ?4,300 for Christmas celebration events for the whole community.

£4,300 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Annalong Women's Institute

The group aims to provide opportunities for women in the area to interact socially, learn together and enjoy new experiences. They are using the ?3,540 for a series of events to mark the group?s 80th anniversary.

£3,540 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Russian Speaking Community Northern Ireland

The Bangor based group supports and brings together Russian speakers through educational services, cultural events and social activities. They are using the ?4,485 for a one day festival to showcase and share cultural heritage and traditions.

£4,485 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Cookstown Youth Football Club

The group is an amateur sports club established in 1991 which provides the sport of football to youths within the mid Ulster area. They are using the ?5,000 to celebrate 25th anniversary with a Christmas themed fun day.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Simon Community Northern Ireland

The Belfast city centre based organisation supports and provides accommodation for homeless people. They are using the ?5,000 to celebrate Advent across all of their branches in Northern Ireland by creating a virtual advent calendar. This will include activities including carol singing, community coffee mornings and mulled drinks evenings, cooking Christmas dinner and decorating.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2016 Shantallow Womens Group

The Derry/Londonderry group meet each week to take part in activities including arts, crafts, physical and mental health programmes and social activities. They are using the ?4,700 for a celebration of the people who have given their time to the community over the past 50 years and celebrate the beginning of a new era as the centre will be refurbished in 2017.

£4,700 Big Lottery Fund