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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Nov 2015 Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council

Museum at The Mill Digital Technology Project

£40,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Gasyard Development Trust

1916 - The Somme and the Rising Revisited

£24,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Pangur B+Ūn Literary and Cultural Society

Market 1916 Centenary Project

£18,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2015 Beat Carnival

Beat Carnival: Celebrating the success of carnival, an alternative parade form in Northern Ireland

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 2015 The Fostering Network

The five-year Step Up, Step Down project supports children in the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust care system to stay in their own homes. Four trained and experienced foster carers are working with families in their homes to establish routines, promote healthy eating and playing, and support them to learn and achieve things together. The project will work to ensure that if there is a crisis situation, the child would stay temporarily with the foster-carer they know.

£689,996 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2015 Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)

Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP)

£2,877,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Coleraine Festival Committee

Coleraine's Road to the Somme

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Brunswick Accordion Band

Annalong Remembers - exploring the lives of those locals who served and died in WW1

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Butterfly Conservation

The Butterfly Flies: Creating opportunities for a greater understanding of Northern Ireland‘«÷s butterflies and moths

£47,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Oct 2015 Causeway Rural & Urban Network

Garvagh and the Bann Valley Heritage and Opportunity

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Oct 2015 Me Unltd

Me Unlimited is working with a range of partners including the Carers Trust and the Escapists Carers Group on the Northern Ireland wide five-year Me, Myself, I and Us project. It is offering personal development and support activities for families who are caring for a child under 12 with a disability or life limiting condition to improve their confidence, health and well being and reduce any isolation. The project is also supporting families with a child under 12 who helps to care for a sibling.

£699,939 Big Lottery Fund
13 Oct 2015 New Lodge and Duncairn Community HealthPartnership

A range of early help and support is being offered to families in north Belfast to improve physical and emotional wellbeing. The Supporting Families North Belfast project, is led by New Lodge and Duncairn Community Health Partnership, with Ardoyne/Shankill HLC, WISPA, Ligoniel HLC and New Life Counselling. Children up to the age of 12, their parents and carers can do programmes together to learn about nutrition, physical activity and stress management. Family counselling, if required, is also available.

£696,836 Big Lottery Fund
6 Oct 2015 Parenting for NI Limited

The group is working with New Life Counselling and six primary schools in the Strabane and Antrim areas on the five-year Families Together project, which is strengthening family bonds and improving school and home relationships. The project includes programmes to enhance parenting knowledge and skills, including among separated parents, improve children?s lives and wellbeing and promote family harmony. Activities and support includes parenting skills training, counselling, art, play, music and drama.

£698,685 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2015 Linen Hall Library

Arts & Cultural Programme

£25,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
28 Sep 2015 Rathcoole Friends of The Somme

Home and Away

£9,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Creggan Education & Research Services

BOGLAND: Exploring Life and Landscape

£43,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Gortilea Social Farm CIC

Young Roots Social Farming Heritage Programme

£48,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Parish of Upper Killeavy

Urgent Repair Works to Bell Tower at Sacred Heart Church Cloghogue

£124,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Donaghmore Parish Church, Newry

Restoration of Donaghmore National Glebe School and interpretation of adjoining churchyard

£196,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Mid Ulster District Council

Seamus Heaney - The 'Living Past' project

£688,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2015 ArtsEkta

ArtsEkta - Equipment

£4,952 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 North West Women's Collective (NWWC)

WOWing the Arts

£6,100 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Newtownabbey Men's Shed

Newtownabbey Men's Shed

£6,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 ALLY Foyle

OAP Project - (Older Artistic People)

£800 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 The Geordie Hanna Traditional Singing Society

History In Song

£6,150 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Fermanagh Writers

Do The Write Thing

£4,472 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Beyond Skin

Elements

£1,950 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Moving on Music

New Work Commissions from Irish composers: Greg Caffrey and Andrew Hamilton

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Newry Drama Festival

Newry Drama Festival 2016

£1,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Bright Lights

Hands - on dance

£8,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
23 Sep 2015 Cuimhneamh

Creative Writing & Photography Project

£4,600 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
3 Sep 2015 Killyleagh Football Club

The cross community football club?s facilities are regularly used by community groups for events and activities including older people?s friendship clubs, and a drop-in centre for young people. They received a ?10,000 grant to upgrade the club's facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2015 South Lough Neagh Regeneration Association

The cross community group, based in Maghery near Dungannon, received a grant of ?8,049 to refurbish a reception area so it can be used for meetings, training workshops and community events.

£8,049 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2015 Ballinderry Primary School

The Ballinderry primary school are using the ?9,266 to buy 32 iPads and providing training to inform parents in the educational benefits of the device.

£9,266 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2015 Glenanne, Loughgilly and Mountnorris Art Group

The group provides recreational and leisure activities for the people of Glenanne, Loughgilly and Mountnorris, near Armagh. They are using the ?4,677 for a project that includes art classes for people of various ages and religious backgrounds, with existing and older members teaching new members to enhance skill and self-confidence.

£4,677 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Newry and Mourne Down Syndrome Parents Support Group

The group, based in Warrenpoint, gives support and advice to parents of children/young people with Down's Syndrome. They are using the ?9,790 for their ?Chatterbox? weekly speech clubs for children and young people with Down's Syndrome to practice speech therapy techniques with peers.

£9,790 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Tamnamore LOL 513

The organisation provides activities for the community of Tamnamore in Dungannon. They received a ?10,000 grant to install safety equipment and renovate the hall for use by the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 St. Joseph's Primary School Caledon

The organisation provides primary education to children aged 4-11 in the Caledon area of Dungannon. They are using the ?10,000 to install a fitness trail and non-slip durable playground markings for games and activities outside of class time.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Cairdre Bhunscoil an Traonaigh

The organisation is a PTA group of an Irish medium school in Co Fermanagh, in Drumburghas North, near Lisnaskea. They are using the ?6,525 to provide a programme of after school activities which will increase children's physical activity and introduce them to a diverse range of experiences, teach life-saving skills and increase self confidence.

£6,525 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 East Belfast Football Club

The organisation increases community activity and provides opportunities for people to build skills in east Belfast. They are using the ?4,550 grant to run a number of community training programmes in partnership with other local community organisations, in first aid, IT and media for young people, child protection, good relations, capacity building, autism awareness and IFA coaching.

£4,550 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Dunclug Youth Forum

The group provide a forum for young people to raise and deal with issues that concern them in the Dunclug area of Ballymena. They are using the ?5,803 grant for a series of workshops and weekly activities for children aged six to 12.

£5,803 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Ballinamallard Friday Club

The group is based in Ballinamallard , near Enniskillen and provides social activities for isolated older people in the area. They are using the ?2,868 to run a year-long programme of health and well-being activities and outings for their members.

£2,868 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 The Rectory Residents Association

The organisation provides support, activities and programmes to help the residents of the Rectory Estate in Ballymena. They received a grant of ?7,440 to deliver a range of activities for all age groups in the local community.

£7,440 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Altnaveigh House Womens Group

The group provides a varied range of activities and programmes for older women in the Newry area. They are using the ?3,289 grant for a series of new activities aiming to extend the service to more members of the local community, providing them with recreational, physical, social and life-long learning activities.

£3,289 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Life Changing Mentoring and Psychoeducational Counselling Se

The organisation provides counselling services and a variety of constructive activities in the Down area. They are using the ?10,000 to engage clients in upcycling furniture to be sold in a pop up shop in Downpatrick, to increase confidence and inclusion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Drummond Cricket Club

The organisation in Limavady provides facilities for cricket teams, football teams and a range of community based activities. They received a grant of ?5,825 to make improvements to their building so it can be used for more community activities.

£5,825 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Holy Trinity Primary School

The Cookstown primary school received a ?10,000 grant for a series of drama workshops outside of class time. They are working towards a performance that showcases the diverse cultures of pupils at the school, including Polish, Portugese and Slovakian. The project is improving pupil and parent cultural awareness and mutual understanding.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Sir Henry Wilson Orange Hall Committee

The Committee provides facilities and organises activities for the local community in the Banbridge area, including historical lectures, training, music, and social events. They are using the ?9,792 grant to buy equipment for the hall so that they can run more events.

£9,792 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Benedy Community Association

The group offers services and facilities for all age groups in the community centre in the rural community of Benedy. They are using the ?10,000 grant to upgrade facilities in the centre and offer a range of classes including health and safety and first aid training, healthy lifestyle, personal development and child development classes, and outings for young and older people.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 St Oliver Plunkett Primary School

The primary school is based in Forkhill, Newry. They are using the grant of ?10,000 to install an outdoor adventure trim trail on the site of the school to help children improve health and wellbeing, and to boost skills and development outside of class time.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Gortilea Social Farm CIC

The organisation is a community interest company which provides supervised learning and development opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health issues in a natural farming environment in Claudy. They are using the ?9,900 grant to run a social farming programme for adults with learning disabilities.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 Living Our Lives Over 50's Group

This group provides a social outlet for older and disabled people living in the Dunadry area of Antrim. They received ?7,281 to deliver a range of activities and events including arts and crafts, knitting and sewing, IT skills over the course of a year. They are also organising bus trips, buying boccia and Kurling sets and three laptop computers.

£7,281 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 The Country Playgroup

The playgroup in Ballymena for children of pre primary school age received a ?10,000 grant to update the playgroup's existing facilities by removing a wall outside to create a more open area to play in, and to buy play equipment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2015 CKS Senior Citizens Club

This is a group of older people in the Omagh area who meet weekly to socialize at the CKS community centre. They are using the ?8,774 to allow the group to develop a health club.

£8,774 Big Lottery Fund
27 Aug 2015 Clonard Monastery Youth centre

One island of divided people and how the great war brought them together

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Aug 2015 Loughgiel Shamrocks GAC

One Hundred Years of Gaelic Sport and Culture in the Parish of Loughgiel

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Aug 2015 Birches Primary School, Craigavon

Birches Primary School - 50 years of social history

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Aug 2015 Loughs Agency

Foyle Ambassadors

£43,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Aug 2015 Irish Street Youth and Community Association (ISYCA)

Arty Irish Street

£5,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 Brassneck Theatre Company

Brassneck Youth

£6,750 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 Royal Ulster Academy

Royal Ulster Academy's 134th Annual Exhibition Events Programme

£5,052 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 TheatreofplucK

TROUBLE by Shannon Yee (Sickels)

£6,650 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 Bangor & North Down Camera Club

Fran Forman Workshop and Other Presentations

£1,338 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 An Gaelaras Ltd

Sasquatch

£4,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 Glengormley School of Traditional Irish Music

Glengormley School of Traditional Music - ongoing classes x 27 weeks

£6,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 High Points Ballet Community Interest Company

The Masterclass Initiative

£2,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2015 Applied Art Ulster

Applied Art Master Class Lecture and workshop Programme

£8,550 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
14 Aug 2015 Scouting Ireland Down and Conor Scout County

The organisation provides activities for young people to boost health, wellbeing and social connections. They received a ?10,000 grant to purchase a range of equipment to furnish the group's new premises in Ballyhoran, near Downpatrick in Co Down, which is used by scout groups from all over Northern Ireland and a range of local community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Tobermore Community Projects

The organisation provides classes, training, workshops and outings for residents in the Tobermore area of Magherafelt. They are using the ?4,835 grant to run a series of events to celebrate their 25th anniversary, including games for the young people, intergenerational concerts and Big Breakfast events.

£4,835 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Newtownabbey Women's Group

The group works to relieve poverty, advance education, protect health and provide facilities to improve the lives of women in Newtownabbey. They are using the ?8,881 grant to increase community cohesion and develop skills in Rathcoole through a series of song, music, dance and drama events to bring together generations and diverse communities. They are also creating a Christmas village.

£8,881 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Mind Wise New Vision

The organisation works to challenge discrimination and provide services to those with mental health problems. The Lurgan branch is using the ?9,890 to introduce people to a range of relaxation techniques and complementary therapies which they can successfully apply themselves.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Seaview Primary School

The primary school in north Belfast received ?10,000 to build a creative outdoor space with a physical development, sensory area for use outside of classtime, and a meeting area for parents.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Brookeborough Flute Band

The organisation promotes and encourages the playing and the culture of traditional music in Brookeborough in Fermanagh. They are using the ?10,000 to buy equipment for their hall so it can be used for a greater range of community events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Kesh Senior Citizens Club - The Evergreens

The organisation provides a range of activities and information services for older people in Kesh. They are using the ?3,420 to promote the current luncheon club to reach more isolated people in the area and provide a Christmas party.

£3,420 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Ballintoy Young at Hearts Club

The group provides social, recreational and educational opportunities for people over 55 years of age living in and around the Ballintoy area. They received ?8,686 to provide a range of activities, trips and equipment.

£8,686 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Mount Masonic Hall Co.Limited

The organisation manages the Mount Masonic Hall in east Belfast. They are using the ?9,995 to make improvements to the hall so it can be used for more community activities and events.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Home-Start Colin/Lisburn

The organisation supports families with young children facing challenging situations, including bereavement, illness or disability, post-natal depression, relationship breakdown and domestic violence. They received a ?10,000 grant to recruit and train more volunteers to increase the support available to families.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Via Wings

The organisation provides an outreach centre with a range of programmes to support people in the Dromore area. They received a ?10,000 grant to offer 400 counselling sessions to support vulnerable adults suffering from financial or relationship pressures, addiction or mental health issues.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Dominican @ Orana Preschool Playgroup

The group provides pre-school education and development opportunities for children in the Newry area. They are using the ?4,000 to provide children with a healthy breakfast and to develop a garden project to link with this.

£4,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 St Peter's Church

The church in Derry/Londonderry provides a range of social activities and events to the local community. They received a grant of ?10,000 to make improvements to their facilities so they can be used for events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Omagh Mens Support Group (OMSG)

The support group offers men a safe and secure place where they can talk. They are using the ?8,080 grant to provide a range of activities to support the members including residentials, therapies and guest speakers at events.

£8,080 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Banbridge Friendship Group

The group provides social activities at their monthly meetings and arranges events for the over 50's of Banbridge. The ?4,684 grant is funding trips to Mount Stewart, the Antrim coast, Carrickfergus Castle and the Ulster American Folk Park and activities including a Christmas party and a Burns Night celebration for the members of the group.

£4,684 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Lower Andersonstown Mothers Support Group

The organisation supports young mums from the Lower Andersonstown area in west Belfast as well as providing activities for toddlers, parents and senior citizens. They are using the ?5,500 grant to make improvements to their building.

£5,500 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Portadown Widows Group

The group supports women following bereavement to reduce loneliness and isolation. They are using the ?6,770 grant for a year long programme of weekly activities such as jewellery making, dancing, armchair aerobics, boccia, healthy eating and gardening. They are also organising a Christmas dinner and social events for members.

£6,770 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 West Bann Development

The group works to improve quality of life in the Churchlands area of Coleraine. They are using the ?7,644 for a project to increase physical activity, improve community relations and provide access to new skills and experiences for local people.

£7,644 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Mid-Ulster District Scout Council

The organisation in Cookstown provides a range of activities for young children to improve their social and educational skills. They used the ?7,425 to take 101 children and 37 leaders from 17 Cub Scout groups across Northern Ireland on a weekend trip to England to boost confidence and social skills.

£7,425 Big Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2015 Ballymoney U3A

The group supports older people in the Ballymoney area. They received a grant of ?6,675 to provide the equipment and resources to facilitate a wide range of activities including IT skills, arts and crafts, genealogy, gardening, walking groups and golf.

£6,675 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2015 The Now Project Limited

NOW Group?s Here & NOW project is supporting families in which parents have mild to moderate learning difficulties or are on the autistic spectrum. The five-year project is working with expectant and new parents with children under five in the Belfast area to build confidence, develop skills and community connections. The project delivers bespoke training around relationships and sexual health. Participants also move on to NOW Group?s other training, volunteering and employment services.

£679,926 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Rural Community Network (NI)

This regional organisation based in Cookstown works with rural communities on issues such as poverty, social exclusion and community development. They received a ?3,588 grant to hold six workshops to support communities to explore issues relating to living and working in rural Northern Ireland. This will culminate in a Rural Parliament event.

£3,588 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 The Coast Office Society Ltd

This is a co-operative society set up to bring back facilities to Portballintrae and provide opportunities for people to work together through environmental awareness and maritime heritage activities. They are using the ?9,900 grant to bring the community together to build a traditional style drontheim boat. They will then connect with other north coast and Scottish communities by using it in regattas and bringing a regatta back to Portballintrae.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Rathfriland Masonic Lodge No 155

The group provides support and activities for men in Rathfriland, near Banbridge, and surrounding areas. They received a grant of ?9,448 to run a number of workshops and classes for the members and to buy equipment.

£9,448 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 St Teresa's Primary School

The primary school in west Belfast are using the ?10,000 to install a trim trail for use outside of class time and after school, to increase pupils physical activity and improve health and wellbeing. The trim trail will also be available for community use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Sunshine Playgroup

The group provides pre school education to children in and around Ballinderry, Glenavy and Aghalee. They are using the ?9,683 to develop a forest school for outdoor learning.

£9,683 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Aghalee Village Hall

The organisation maintains and manages the hall, which is the local venue for a number of regular user groups. They are using the ?5,011 grant to upgrade equipment and facilities for greater community use.

£5,011 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Kindred Spirits

The group provides a range of social opportunities and activities for the over 50s in the wider Gilford district between Banbridge and Portadown. They are using the ?7,900 grant to fund a programme of yearly activities including outings, dance classes, flower arranging, art and craft classes.

£7,900 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group

The organisation delivers support services and training to members of ethnic minority groups. They received a grant of ?3,805 to run courses in CV writing, improving English language skills, health and safety, child protection and food safety.

£3,805 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Friends of CBS Parent Teacher Association

The organisation is made up of parents and staff of the Christian Brothers School in west Belfast. They are using the ?9,945 to provide a week-long programme called Making it in Music to get young people from across west Belfast involved in DJing, digital media and visual arts, to build skills that are not available within the curriculum, and to work with other communities.

£9,945 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 St Brigid's Primary School

The Magherafelt primary school is using the ?10,000 grant for a project to help the increasing numbers of children starting the school with social, emotional, speech, language and behavioural difficulties, through the development of a nurture unit.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 Callowhill Masonic Lodge No 453

The Lodge, based in Derrylin in south Fermanagh, provides a range of community, educational and social events. They received a grant of ?9,960 to make improvements to the hall to meet the needs of the local community.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2015 FunDays

This East Belfast self help group works to support families with special needs children to enjoy activities as a family. They received a grant of ?1,840 to provide a programme of social, educational and wellbeing activities and events throughout the year.

£1,840 Big Lottery Fund