Lottery grants awarded to South East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
1 Feb 2015 England Hockey

Major Event

£360,000 UK Sport
31 Jan 2015 Funding for All

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Kent. The organisation will use funding to hold a funding fair in a new location, for community and voluntary groups in the Medway area of Kent. This will enable groups to learn how to generate an income without relying on grants and improve their way of working through mentoring, along with allowing them to publicise their services within the community and network with other agencies.

£4,586 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Village Hall Barkham

This is a project by a registered charity in Wokingham, Berkshire. The organisation will use the funding to replace existing exterior doors at the village hall. This will improve the safety and insulation for community groups using the hall such as disabled and youth clubs and children's activity sessions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Applause Rural Touring

Applause Organisational Development and Programme

£97,000 Arts Council England
30 Jan 2015 Winchester Chamber Music Festival

Winchester Chamber Music Festival 2015

£1,500 Arts Council England
30 Jan 2015 MOOT - music of our time

A Concert on the 70th anniversary of VE-Day 1945

£11,000 Arts Council England
29 Jan 2015 Rhythmix

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Tunbridge Wells in Kent. The organisation will use the funding to work in partnership with a service for young homeless people to provide musical activities and workshops. This will provide young people accessing homeless services across the region with access to activities to help them learn music production in order to engage in positive activities, learn work-based skills and improve self-esteem, confidence, self-expression and aspirations.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 Connors Toy Libraries

This project provides resources, support and advice for parents, carers and children focused on child development and improved parenting. The project activities include 13 volunteer led community toy libraries providing weekly stay-and-play and toy loan sessions in a safe and secure environment for all families with pre-school age children. Outreach support to hard to reach and vulnerable families through home visiting, personal support to access toy library provision and referral to other services.

£361,796 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 The Pett Level Rescue Boat Association

This is a project by a charity in East Sussex. The organisation will use funding to purchase a new rescue boat and engine. This will enable more people to be trained in sea rescue using updated, safe equipment, enabling more volunteers to participate, improving their confidence and skills. This will lead to more lives being saved in this coastal community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 Chipping Norton Literary Festival

Developing the Children s Programme

£6,000 Arts Council England
28 Jan 2015 New Art Club

Cupid and Psyche Research project

£14,950 Arts Council England
28 Jan 2015 One Degree

This is a project by a charity in Brent. The group will use the funding to deliver extracurricular courses to disadvantaged young people with hopes to enhance their personal development and life skills. This will develop their self esteem and enhance educational performance giving them a better chance in life.

£9,764 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Linden Bridge School

This is a project by a Special School in Worcester Park, Surrey. The organisation will use the funding to install climbing equipment in the school grounds specifically designed to meet the sensory and behavioural difficulties of children and young people with Autism for use both inside and outside of school time. This will improve their communication skills, help them to interact positively with others and develop friendships.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Sudan Club

This voluntary organisation will use the funding to run weekly football sessions for children run by a professional coach, Sessions for adult men and three community cultural events will also be held. The project aims to help reduce isolation and provide support networks for the Sudanese community, many of whom are newly arrived refugees.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Clearstone Trust

This company based in Farnborough will use the funding to deliver weekly therapeutic activities with children from families that have experienced domestic abuse and conflict. This will improve the children?s emotional literacy and ability to relate positively to others, and increase their sense of safety.

£8,193 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Saltdean Lido Community Interest Company

Saltdean Lido community restoration project

£4,776,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Amy Mason

Mass - full production

£7,425 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 Jack Doolan

Cypher16 England Tour March/April 2015

£4,597 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 Elizabeth Newell

Sand Pail Mountains

£14,950 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 MCS Arts Festival Oxford

Oxfordshire Youth Poetry Slam Compeitition

£3,366 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 The Merry Opera Company

Project Proactive

£10,267 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 Becci Fearnley

A City of Foxes

£4,750 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2015 Second Hand Dance

Grass: Creation and Touring

£33,350 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2015 Asphaleia Action

This is a project that will improve the life chances of highly disadvantaged young people aged 11-25 who are vulnerable to social dysfunction, long term unemployment, disengagement from learning, criminality, substance misuse, sexual exploitation, trafficking and social conflict. It will offer a specialist support programme including a range of small group programmes, a 1:1 behaviour intervention and integration programme and 1:1 mentoring support for emotional and social needs.

£252,065 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 The FASD Trust Ltd

The organisation will use funding to run workshops and volunteer training to support parents, carers and young people affected by the impact of Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. This will enable them to understand more about the condition, developing new skills and strategies to enable them to increase their confidence and self esteem.

£8,250 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Piddington Village Hall

This is a project by a charity in Wycombe. The organisation will use the funding to resurface the village hall car park. This will improve the existing car park surfacing and provide greater access to the hall for wheelchair users who use this community facility.

£2,475 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Leybourne St Peter and St Paul Church of England Voluntary A

This is a project by a school in West Malling, Kent. The organisation will use funding to resurface the playing area in the school grounds. This will make it safe and fit for use, increasing activity in children, reducing their health issues and increasing their physical development opportunities.

£9,790 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 South East Arts & Health Partnership Limited

This is a project by a company limited by guarantee based in Folkestone operating across the South East of England. The organisation will use the funding to re-launch their organisation and their website, and provide shared learning events by bringing together health with arts and occupational therapy practitioners to raise awareness of changes in Public Health commissioning and the potential for arts therapy in this new framework.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 St Bede Church of England Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Winchester. The organisation will use the funding to develop their Early Years playground facilities and purchase new equipment. This will improve the facilities of the school to help aid the physical and social development of young children and children with learning difficulties, and help their transition from pre-school to primary school.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2015 Exbury Cricket Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Southampton. The organisation will use the funding to refurbish their community room facilities, including, kitchen improvements, new flooring, toilets and electrical work. This will allow community groups to use and enjoy the space for activities such as meetings, celebrations and fundraising events and provide more volunteering opportunities.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 In The Woods Festival

In The Woods Digital Platform

£66,500 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 Invertigo Theatre Company

Identity

£12,200 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 Clemmie Reynolds

Muscovado Development and Slave Trade Tour

£14,451 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 MSL Digital

Tate ? Tate: the "condition of England"

£15,000 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 Beautiful Creatures Performance Group

AirQuarium Indoors - Accessible Immersive Theatre

£11,610 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 Brighton Oasis Project

This is a project by a registered charity and company limited by guarantee in Brighton. The organisation will use the funding to refurbish a cr?che which is used to care for babies and children whilst their parents receive treatment for substance misuse. This will enable children who have generally not had their needs met receive care in a safe, age appropriate environment which will support them to meet their developmental milestones.

£9,997 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Eridge Village Hall

This is a project by a registered charity in Eridge Green, Kent. The organisation will use the funding to adapt and refurbish its toilet facilities to create access for people with disabilities and incorporate baby changing facilities. This will expand the use of the venue and ensure all members of the community have equal access.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Prospect Housing and Support Services

This is a project by an Industrial and Provident Society in Horsey, Surrey. The organisation will use funding to run an after school/college club for young people with a range of disabilities, helping them to develop life skills, cooking and social skills. This will enable them to develop independence, social skills and reduce their isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Stamshaw Junior School

This is a project by a junior school in Portsmouth. The organisation will use the funding to deliver physical activity and gardening activities outside of school hours that will be aimed at pupils from deprived backgrounds. This will provide pupils who usually miss out on outings and extracurricular learning due to prohibitive costs, lack of confidence or other barriers and give them the same opportunities as their peers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Henley Town Football Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to run regular sports, games and healthy activity workshops for young people. This will enable the organisation to address health inequalities and reduce the incidence of drug/alcohol misuse and anti social behaviour.

£5,350 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Matthew Sharp

Incantatio

£12,075 Arts Council England
22 Jan 2015 Faringdon Town Council

This is a project by a town council in Oxfordshire. The organisation will use the funding to run separate weekly girls and boys groups from the age of 12 and above, providing them with support from a youth worker, and helping them to develop and run projects and engage with community groups. This will provide positive and diversionary activities for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and at risk of antisocial behaviour, providing them with support.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Mayfield Community Partnership

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Rushmoor, Hampshire. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a weekly programme of football and basketball based activities for young people aged 14-25 years old. This will provide positive diversionary activities for young people at risk of anti social behaviour and social exclusion, offering them training, support and social opportunities to help raise their confidence and self worth.

£1,750 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Star Playschool

This is a project by a registered charity in Basingstoke in Essex. The organisation will use the funding to create a suitable outdoor space for outdoor play, physical activity and learning at its playground. This will enable the group to transform an unsafe muddy area of land into an accessible outdoor play facility with a range of equipment and resources for exploratory and educational play.

£9,564 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Blue Apple Theatre

Blue Apple Theatre?s Much Ado About Nothing

£35,000 Arts Council England
21 Jan 2015 Bookfeast

Bookfeast Primary Schools Author Festival

£9,241 Arts Council England
21 Jan 2015 SilentWorld Sans Frontieres CIC

This is a project by a community interest company in Gravesham, Kent. The organisation will use the funding to deliver awareness workshops to local charities, schools and colleges about deaf people the barriers they face in everyday life. This will raise awareness and understanding of the issues faced by deaf people, and provides research into new products to assist them.

£9,984 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Forest Row Village Support Network

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Forest Row, East Sussex. The organisation will use the funding to record and publish the memoires of 20 older people in the village, and produce a training handbook to be used with volunteers. This will reduce the isolation of older people and increase their sense of self-worth, and increase the skills of volunteers interacting with isolated older people.

£4,620 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Slough Music Service

Salute!

£14,600 Arts Council England
20 Jan 2015 And Other Stories

Consolidation ahead of NPO period

£9,000 Arts Council England
20 Jan 2015 The Ark

This incorporated charity will use the funding to involve the local community in designing and creating a mural at a disused youth centre and then go on to deliver life skills and creative activities from the centre for local residents, particularly young people. This will encourage the beneficiaries in taking ownership of a new service and community facility in order to influence future projects and ensure involvement with the group and its activities.

£9,933 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Bexhill Museum Limited

In conversation with Annie (developing a dialogue with local heritage)

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 The Panjabi Centre

Phulkari, the Art of Embroidery: sharing the heritage of Phulkari

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 The Victoria Institute

The restoration and rebuild of the Victoria Institute Arundel

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Jan 2015 Act On It

Along the Prom

£32,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Isle Of Wight Libraries

Ryde Library: Under Cover

£15,000 Arts Council England
19 Jan 2015 Daisy's Dream

Daisy's Dream

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 St Nicholas Church, East Challow

Linking the past with the present: renovation of WW1 Memorial Lych Gate and Commemorative plaque

£8,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Sustainable Blewbury

The Blewbury Wagon Appreciation Project

£17,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Waterlooville Community Forum

Waterloo to Waterlooville 200 Years

£44,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Gravesham Borough Council

Queen Victoria Market statue restoration

£20,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Medway Council

Siege 2015

£35,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Creative Waves Community Arts

Post to the Coast, Worthing and Adur Coastal Trail

£19,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Billingshurst Local History Society

Memories of Old Billingshurst - then and now

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Worthing WOW

Jane Austen's Seaside Home

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Art in Romney Marsh

Marsh Mysteries

£9,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 The Providence Chapel Charlwood Trust

The Providence Chapel Charlwood Restoration Project

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Screen South

Random Acts Network Centres

£600,000 Arts Council England
18 Jan 2015 1st Fareham Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to help implement a series of community based challenges such as planting community areas, reading to an elderly person or learning a new sport for Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorers, and to fund equipment, transport and provisions for an adventure camping trip to reward participation. This will enable the group to engage with the wider community, raise awareness of their work and aid personal development and self confidence.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2015 HOUSE Festival Limited

HOUSE 2015

£96,500 Arts Council England
16 Jan 2015 Hastings Fat Tuesday

2015 Hastings Fat Tuesday Music Festival

£14,950 Arts Council England
16 Jan 2015 South Central Ambulance Charitable Trust

This is a project by a charity in Oxfordshire, serving beneficiaries in Wokingham and Reading. The group will use the funding to purchase a 4x4 response vehicle for the Whitley and Shinfield Community Responder Scheme. This will enable the group to respond to emergency calls quickly and safely in poor weather or hazardous conditions, to ensure that local residents have access to medical attention in all weather conditions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2015 The Parks Trust

`Danbor Talka - Clash of Drums? on the streets

£98,000 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 Christine Gist

The SPACE: on/off site

£15,000 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 Culture24

Connect!

£144,600 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 Rachel Champion

The Lost Room

£14,995 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 InnerSense

Artistic R & D - Phase Two

£14,990 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 B R T Productions CIC

Brighton/Shanghai: A Conversation in Exchange

£7,827 Arts Council England
14 Jan 2015 Creatives Across Sussex C.I.C.

TOWN TO EARTH

£69,950 Arts Council England
14 Jan 2015 Sharon Haward

Space Interrupted

£13,110 Arts Council England
14 Jan 2015 Rude Mechanical Theatre Co, The

The Comedy of Babi Babbett

£15,000 Arts Council England
14 Jan 2015 MERU

This is a project by the Medical Engineering Resource Unit. The aim of the project is to help disabled children and young people increase their chances and choices in life by building equipment for them in a specialised workshop. This project will involve three engineers designing and building custom made equipment for individual disabled children and for groups of children, which address the unique situations and individual barriers that children with particularly complex disabilities need to overcome.

£268,487 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2015 Ide Hill Church of England Primary School

This is a project by a school in Kent. The group will use the funding to provide drama therapy for children in the school that have behavioural or attachment issues. This project will use drama as a form of therapy that will allow children to explore their own feelings and become a more confident person when communicating and expressing their feelings.

£6,555 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 New Moves

Moving Up

£14,925 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Marcelo Dos Santos

R&D for new play for production

£9,276 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Ruth Titmarsh

Resolutions

£9,700 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Yvon Bonenfant

Your Voice: Tissues, Talking Fingers and Goo - R&D

£14,984 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Jeremy Evans

Rove - National and London Premier

£14,899 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Niyati Keni

Horn OK Please first draft

£9,647 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Christchurch CofE Primary School

Christchurch CofE Primary School

£9,923 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 The Wavell School

This is a project by a community school in Farnborough. The organisation will use the funding to provide a covered area with seating to enable people to use their drop in services and outdoor group work. This will support the development of their support services for vulnerable young people and families by extending their current provision to include a covered outdoor area where they can run sessions including anger management and reflection activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Dizzy O Dare Presents...

WIRES

£15,000 Arts Council England
12 Jan 2015 The Music Well Community Interest Company

This is a project by a CIC in East Sussex. The group will use the funding to provide music therapy to people living with and developing signs of dementia. This will ensure that people have support and access to activities, reducing isolation and lonliness.

£9,987 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Home-Start Havant

This project uses the Home-Start method to support disadvantaged families, with at least one child under five years old, who are struggling to cope by providing a targeted service of home visiting volunteers and group support. Volunteers with parenting experience will be recruited from the local community, undertake 40 hours of training to give them the skills to home visit vulnerable families and then carefully matched with a family to offer one-to-one confidential, person centred bespoke support.

£181,896 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Tamba, Twins and Multiple Births Association

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Guildford. The organisation will use funding to develop resource materials, FAQ Factsheets with the help of parents and health professionals to provide support for parents with specialist needs including single sex parents, lone parents and triplet families, deliver a maternity unit survey, and improve their website providing language translation on important pages and providing an area to host Continuous Professional Development videos.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 AudioActive

Launch Pad

£84,892 Arts Council England
11 Jan 2015 The Whitehawk Inn

This project aims to enable disadvantaged people across East Brighton to participate in community activities as well as learning and personal development opportunities, and to live more fulfilled, healthy and economically rewarding lives. The project will give individual, intensive support to those with the most complex needs, enabling increased aspirations and greater levels of positive change.

£349,820 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jan 2015 The Whitehawk Inn

This project aims to enable disadvantaged people across East Brighton to participate in community activities as well as learning and personal development opportunities, and to live more fulfilled, healthy and economically rewarding lives. The project will give individual, intensive support to those with the most complex needs, enabling increased aspirations and greater levels of positive change.

£56,587 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jan 2015 Chequers Netball Club

This is a project by a community organisation in Croydon. The group will use the funding to provide free Netball sessions as a means of tackling local health issues amongst women. This will improve the fitness of beneficiaries leading to reduced instances of obesity, high blood pressure and associated illnesses.

£8,195 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jan 2015 Potters Gate C of E Primary School

This is a project by a primary school in Farnham. The organisation will use the funding to carry out a feasibility study of creating a new building within the school grounds to replace their existing temporary community venue which is old and no longer fit for purpose. This will help test the design and functionality of the new building to best meet the activity needs of the community.What Money is for :Feasibility study costs.

£9,440 Big Lottery Fund