Lottery grants awarded to Basingstoke and Deane, South East in 2017

19 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
7 Nov 2017 Scratch built productions

How many sleeps till Christmas?

£14,826 Arts Council England
7 Nov 2017 Proteus Theatre Company

Paving The Way

£47,315 Arts Council England
4 Oct 2017 Marcus Balogun

Basingstoke Collective

£6,150 Arts Council England
12 Sep 2017 Elizabeth Flintoff

Beth Flintoff

£10,500 Arts Council England
15 Aug 2017 Fluid Motion Theatre Company

All in the Mind Festival/Rum in the Gravy Boat Tour

£15,949 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2017 The Wessex Heritage Trust

This project will purchase specialist dementia equipment and furniture which will be placed in one of their project bases at a local hospital. This will create a reminiscence area for patients with acute medical conditions, including dementia, providing a stimulating environment where patients can interact with volunteers, family and friends.

£9,120 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jun 2017 Wealers Social Club

This project will purchase a range of IT equipment and provide digital skills training for residents, enabling them to gain a range of computer skills to help improve their life and reduce digital and social isolation.

£6,967 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2017 Basingstoke Multicultural Forum

World Party 2017

£6,300 Arts Council England
16 May 2017 The Dwelling Place

This organisation will use the funding to purchase and install a multipurpose garden room for residents. This will improve their current facilities and help them to run additional activities to better support residents who were previously homeless.

£7,508 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2017 Music Beyond Mainstream

Dear Esther Live

£98,639 Arts Council England
2 May 2017 The Clere School

This school will use the funding to provide coaching sessions for pupils, to help them effectively deal with bullying and the perception of bullying. This will increase resilience and confidence amongst children and work with perpetrators to develop more emotional intelligence. The sessions will specifically target small groups who are particularly vulnerable to victimisation by more forceful teenagers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Woolton Hill Argyle FC Ltd

Portable floodlights for youth/ teenage football

£10,000 Sport England
29 Mar 2017 Sebastian's Action Trust

This group will expand their project to provide practical, social and emotional support to families with seriously-ill and life-limited children. The project has developed referral networks and provides a respite holiday facility. The group will develop a counselling and befriending programme and will provide therapy sessions for families to address their mental health needs. A befriending volunteer scheme will be delivered to provide basic emotional support and practical support to an individual family.

£362,356 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2017 Kala The Arts

Story of Odissi in the United Kingdom

£67,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2017 Music Beyond Mainstream

Pieces of a Man - Gil Scott-Heron Proect

£81,624 Arts Council England
14 Feb 2017 Spencer Whatmore

Break-For-Life - Breaking Boundaries

£10,324 Arts Council England
24 Jan 2017 Inspero

This project will deliver a series of horticultural activities for young people aged 11-16 with special needs and will include outdoor cookery sessions, growing and harvesting food and cultivating land. This will engage them in positive activities and provide an opportunity for them to learn new skills, improve confidence, self-esteem and raise awareness of the importance of healthy eating and nutrition.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2017 M3 Job Club

This project will develop the charity's brand which will include a new website and social media strategy. This will enable the organisation to improve the online experience of people seeking work, raise their profile within the local area, build capacity and reach out to more job seekers who are currently unaware of their service.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2017 Fort Hill Community School

This project will purchase a Zumos programme, a confidential online support service for pupils. This will provide them with access to a range of information and guidance with the aim of improving their mental health, building resilience and increasing self-confidence.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund