Lottery grants awarded to Wealden, South East

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
6 Jul 2017 2nd Ifield (St Margaret's) Scout Group

Purchasing new kayaks

£2,000 Sport England
28 Jun 2017 Elinor Harvey

The Penguin and I

£11,926 Arts Council England
23 Jun 2017 Forest Row Community Festival

Forest Row Community Festival

£3,500 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jun 2017 National Trust, London and South East

Your Ouse

£81,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 May 2017 The Hadlow Down Playing Field Association

Hadlow Down Playing Field Cricket Roller project

£7,180 Sport England
8 May 2017 East Sussex County Council

Buzz Active Project adventure

£8,265 Sport England
2 May 2017 The JPK Sussex Project

New flooring will be funded for the group?s training centre environment. This will help to deliver courses including catering, hospitality and health and safety, for adults with learning disabilities, with the aim of assisting them into securing employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Summer Trifle

Community events and activities will be funded within this rural location including open gardens, creative workshops, music and art appreciation and yoga. This will improve social and community health and wellbeing and reduce social and rural isolation.

£9,818 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Wealden Leisure Limited

This organisation will use the funding to establish a singing group for people within the local community, specifically those with mental health issues. This will improve the mental health and wellbeing of people living in areas of deprivation through community singing activities.

£3,400 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 International Arts Partnership

Lord Chamberlain's Plays; cultural memory project

£9,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Mayfield School

This Girl Bats

£9,962 Sport England
28 Mar 2017 Isle Of Thorns Bowls Club

New Bowling Green Turf Aerator

£4,500 Sport England
13 Mar 2017 Pevensey Parish Council

This organisation will use the funding to purchase new playground equipment for the local community, improving their current facilities and providing people with a safe, stimulating play area.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Act On It

This group will use the funding to run ten sessions for disadvantaged young people who are currently not accessing main stream education and will cover topics including how to stay safe online and health education. This will engage them in positive activities with the aim of providing them with the skills to stay safe online, improve their health and reduce social isolation.

£4,468 Big Lottery Fund
21 Feb 2017 Crowborough Festival Association

Crowborough's Lost World: rocks, fossils, dinosaurs and reptile fun

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2017 Crowborough Festival Association

This is a project to organise a month long community festival and will include family fun days, street performers and open air events. This will bring the local community together with the aim of improving integration and reducing social isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2017 Hellingly Hound Dogs

New Team

£9,830 Sport England
5 Jan 2017 St Mark's Church of England Primary School

This project will develop an out of school debating programme that will involve pupils from local schools, and the wider community including older people. This will engage the whole community in debating activities, provide an opportunity for participants to develop critical thinking and listening skills, reduce isolation and bring the community together.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Dec 2016 Antic Face

School Play

£13,500 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2016 Lost Dog Dance

Romeo and Juliet re-worked + Lost Dog?s Development

£84,900 Arts Council England
7 Dec 2016 Heathfield Choral Society

Ahoy! 2016

£2,400 Arts Council England
7 Dec 2016 Uckfield Bowls Club

Improvement of the quality of the bowling green

£10,000 Sport England
28 Nov 2016 St Mary's Nursery School

This project will provide ICT equipment to be used in teaching the young people at their nursery. This will enable them to achieve the required standards of education when they enter mainstream schooling.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2016 Hellingly Community Primary School

This project will use the funding to install an all-weather fitness track to increase access to outdoor fields and be used as a cycle, running and walking track for younger children from their school. This will provide a running track to improve access to outdoor fields and provide resources to hold running, walking and cycling activities after school and address levels of obesity within the school.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Nov 2016 Frant Memorial Hall

This project will upgrade the windows within the community memorial hall with double glazing, increasing sustainability of the hall as a community hub by providing a warmer environment for local residents and user groups.

£5,510 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2016 All Saints Church, Laughton

The organisation will use the funding to provide architects fees for the refurbishment of the kitchen and cloakroom area within their village church. This will provide the resources to improve community facilities within the church which will be used to establish a wider range of social and community-led activities to improve the quality of life of the people living in this rurally isolated village.

£4,300 Big Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 Holy Cross Church of England Primary School

The organisation will use funding to deliver out of school hours drama therapy sessions, for pupils in need of emotional support. This will encourage beneficiaries to discuss issues pertaining to them whilst developing their communication skills, with the aim of raising academic attainment, raising self esteem and promoting wellbeing.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
7 Sep 2016 Barcombe Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to create a pathway, provide signage and run open day activities to improve access to the local nature reserve, wildlife areas and allotments. This will provide improved access to two local community areas for the benefit of all and specifically older people and families with young children within the rural community.

£5,150 Big Lottery Fund
24 Aug 2016 Bells Yew Green Cricket Club

Levelling the ground - 3rd attempt

£10,500 Sport England
11 Aug 2016 SASBAH

The organisation will use the funding to host a dinner for people with disabilities, their families and carers. This will enable the organisation to celebrate the achievements of this community, bringing them together on the ten year anniversary of the Bourne Free special needs youth club.

£5,190 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2016 Hadlow Down Parish Council

This project will use the funding to run community festival events across the village involving a range of intergenerational activities. This will enable the organisation to encourage participation by all villagers to celebrate the uniqueness and social community opportunities within the village. We will get promotional banners, bunting, volunteer transport, equipment, band cost and microphones, leaflets, cooker, coaching for sporting events, volunteer expenses and DBS checks and marquee hire.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
11 Aug 2016 The Sussex Association For Spina Bifidaand Hydrocephalus

The organisation will use the funding to host a dinner for people with disabilities, their families and carers. This will enable the organisation to celebrate the achievements of this community, bringing them together on the ten year anniversary of the Bourne Free special needs youth club.

£5,190 Big Lottery Fund
4 Aug 2016 The Federation of London Youth Clubs

This project will deliver positive activities to young people across Haringey, Enfield and Waltham Forest. Sixty young people with leadership potential will take part in a residential to gain teamwork skills and build new relationships. They will then plan activities with their youth clubs on bringing communities together, employability and healthy lifestyles, potentially in partnership with a local business or charity. Each year the young people will pitch their ideas to access up to ?1,000 of funding.

£152,374 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 Park Mead Primary School

This school will use the funding to install an outdoor gym on school grounds for use by pupils and the wider community. This will enable the school to encourage daily pupil participation in exercise activities, improving their health and wellbeing. The project will alleviate concerns of poor fitness levels amongst pupils at the school and health concerns such as obesity and associated illnesses attributed to lack of exercise.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 St Mary's CofE Primary School, East Grinstead

This school will use the funding to run a series of drama groups for children who present emotional difficulties which will take place over lunch times to include role-play and drama therapy. This will provide positive activities designed to help children improve their confidence and behaviour.

£9,460 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2016 Lewes Lions Club Charitable Trust Fund

This organisation will use the funding to purchase a range of new equipment including a printer, PA system and digital camera. This will enable the organisation to run more efficiently and raise awareness of its work and the support it can provide to the local community.

£5,546 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jul 2016 Artytime

This organisation will use the funding to train unemployed people to become Artytime session leaders so they can offer after school and weekend sessions to educate children in art and craft techniques. Teenagers will also be encouraged to become assistant session leaders to improve their skills. The funding will also be used to develop the website in order to promote the services more widely.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2016 Hadlow Down Short Mat Bowls Club

This organisation will use the funding to upgrade bowling equipment which is hazardous and unsafe for continued use by the local community. This will enable the organisation to continue to provide social activities for isolated older people in the local community.

£2,244 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2016 Leah Georges

A Midsummer Night s Dream St Leonard s Festival

£7,990 Arts Council England
23 May 2016 Sheepsetting Pre-School

This charity will use the funding to purchase IT equipment for the benefit of pre-school children. This will provide an opportunity to develop IT skills at an early age.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2016 Rainbow Bridge Equine Rescue

This charity will use the funding to improve its IT infrastructure, equipment and support. This will improve volunteer skills and enable the organisation to provide outreach activities and improve access to meet the needs of people who are disadvantaged within the community.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2016 Pevensey Bay Sailing Club Limited

More Cadets and Adults on the water

£10,000 Sport England
5 May 2016 Community Basketball Initiative Group

Community Basketball Roots

£10,000 Sport England
20 Apr 2016 Stephanie Smart

Stephanie Smart

£7,500 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2016 The Dare to Live Trust

They will deliver an education and life skills programme to improve wellbeing and ease the challenges for ex-servicemen and women as they make the transition into civilian life, including post-traumatic stress syndrome, anger, depression and anxiety. This will be done through a mix of classroom-based activities and exercises with horses, helping people better manage their behaviour and personal relationships, and improve their future employment opportunities.

£49,250 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2016 Seaford 'SOBS'

This organisation will use the funding to set up a support group for the bereaved families of those who have died by suicide. This will provide an ongoing, safe and confidential environment to address the trauma and isolation felt by those affected by the suicide of family members and will empower them to re-engage with society.

£9,847 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2016 Bodle Street Green Village Hall

This charity will use the funding to purchase equipment for its newly extended kitchen. This will enable the organisation to provide improved facilities for the local community.

£9,350 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2016 Lost Dog

Paradise Lost (lies unopened beside me) Tour 2016

£56,150 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2016 Community Engagement, Support and Independence

This group will use funding to extend its services to a rural village offering activities for older members of the community and people who are vulnerable, including those with dementia, people with disabilities or those in need of respite from caring. This will provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to meet new friends, have lunch and socialise, whilst participating in positive activities, including IT classes, photography, movement and singing activities, with the aim of reducing social isolation.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2016 The Charleston Trust

SMALL WONDER SHORT STORY FESTIVAL 2016-2017

£85,000 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2016 Autism Stress Alert CIC

This organisation will use the funding to provide training for retailers in the local community to understand and provide specified help for customers on the autism spectrum. This will enable the organisation to help those with autism by providing a unique card allowing them to access help in potentially unnerving situations and provide better support and understanding for the condition in the community.

£9,981 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2016 All Saints Church, Laughton

This organisation will use the funding to carry out a social research project that will develop new community facilities at the church. This will provide data which will inform the organisation on how they can make best use of the church building to benefit the wider community for non religious services, enabling them to provide better facilities and establish a community hub.

£5,300 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2016 SASBAH

This charity will use the funding to run a week long drama and music workshop for young disabled people with physical, sensory and mental disabilities and complex needs. This will improve the social skills, communication, confidence and development of people with disabilities and reduce social isolation through a programme of alternative bespoke music and drama activities.

£8,885 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2016 Jennifer Binnie

The Neo Naturists ? a live retrospective

£14,810 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2016 Nutley Pre-School Playgroup

This playgroup will use the funding to install a range of safe and accessible outdoor play equipment that will be made available to pre-school age children attending activities during term time as well as local holiday clubs outside of school time. This will provide access to outdoor play to enhance lessons and provide physical activities during breaktimes, as well as an accessible and safe facility for younger children to use throughout the year to support their physical, emotional and social development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Dec 2015 Annemarie O Sullivan

Making Ground

£15,000 Arts Council England
9 Dec 2015 UK international Radio Drama Festival

UK International Radio drama Festival 2016

£30,850 Arts Council England
16 Nov 2015 The Parochial Church Council of All Saints Church Heathfield

The organisation will use the funding to install a zonal heating system in the church and its community areas. As a result community activities such as clubs for older people and toddler groups can once again be run at the church, improving the range of local activities on offer.

£8,526 Big Lottery Fund
5 Nov 2015 St Mark's Church

This church will use the funding to install new facilities to make it a more accessible place to hold events. This will increase the use of the church and provide a place for groups to use, as the current lack of facilities are preventing groups from doing so.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
23 Oct 2015 Mayfield and Five Ashes Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to develop a local skate park facility within the local community. This will provide additional outdoor facilities to combat the risk of anti-social behaviour and sedentary lifestyles in a rurally isolated community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Oct 2015 Sara Quin

Show Me The Money

£8,722 Arts Council England
16 Oct 2015 London Youth

My Hindleap swimming pool refurbishment

£75,000 Sport England
28 Sep 2015 Litlington Village Hall

The organisation will use the funding to complete phase two of their improvement project to their village hall including installing fencing and patio awning, replacing a window and renovating the wooden floor. This will improve the external and internal environment of the village hall and provide a safe and secure village hall for all the residents in this rurally isolated community.

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 The Write House

A South Downs Alphabet: inspiring people to create a literary heritage for the future

£18,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2015 Laughton Community Primary School

Laughton clock, history and heritage sharing

£5,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Sep 2015 St Nicolas & St Wilfrid's Pevensey PCC

St Nicolas, Pevensey: Preservation and restoration of an historic church for wider community benefits

£88,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2015 Lost Dog

Paradise Lost: Autumn Tour

£14,000 Arts Council England
4 Aug 2015 Polegate Community Association

The organisation will use the funding to replace their two existing fire doors to the community centre. This will provide a safe and secure environment and prevent any crime or vandalism in the centre and improve the safety of service users; providing continued use of this community hub.

£4,400 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2015 St Mark's Church of England Primary School

The funding will be used to purchase IT equipment for an IT club for older people in this rural community. The school will also encourage other local organisations to make use of the equipment.

£7,170 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2015 Alfriston Emergency Group

The funding will be used to purchase equipment including a quad bike, trailer and generator and to carry tests out on why the local river floods on to the road. The new equipment will mean the group can support more community events and improve and extend its emergency support services in this rural area.

£9,473 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 First Forest Row Scout Group

The organisation will use the funding to install disabled toilets, reinstall a window and replace fire doors in the scout hut. This will enable the scouts, including 15 special needs children, to use the facilities more comfortably.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2015 Hellingly Cricket Club

The funding will be used to install kitchen units, tiling and a storage facility in the cricket pavilion as part of a larger refurbishment project. These improvements will mean a range of community groups can use the pavilion.

£6,300 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2015 Sound Architect Creative Media

Twelve and Sixpence

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Jun 2015 Act On It

The organisation will develop an activity bringing together former and current service users from local community groups to engage in community walks, sharing experiences and observing the local area. This will enable younger and older people to share skills and knowledge and engage in healthy outdoor activities that will inspire creative ways to give back to the community and encourage community cohesion and spirit.

£9,335 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jun 2015 Lindsay Dearlove

A first collection (with attachment)

£2,180 Arts Council England
8 Jun 2015 Heathfield and Waldron Parish Council

The organisation have identified that there are limited access to services for people who are disadvantaged or vulnerable living in the local villages which are rurally isolated. This will be addressed by building the skills and capacity to develop a community and social hub offering public service information and advice, a referral service, local community action and volunteering and access to public and voluntary sector support services locally.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jun 2015 Forest Row Parish Council

The organisation will use the funding to install a new office computer system and server within the Parish Council Offices. This will build capacity for the Parish Council and allow them to meet the increasing demand of their services users and provide additional services for the wider community.

£9,941 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2015 Wadhurst CofE Primary School

The group will use the funding to hold a lunchtime multimedia publishing club for the wider school community. This will provide alternative lunch time IT activities which will involve building the school website and IT projects and activities which will be used as a vehicle to improve the self esteem and confidence of children with anxiety and stress issues during lunchtimes.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
24 May 2015 Forest Row Festival

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of creative art workshops for young people within the community and bring them together at the annual community festival. This will engage young people who are disengaged and those on the autistic spectrum in a number of education outreach community programmes including carpentry skills and sustainability workshops; bringing them together to create social cohesion, improve relationships and reduce anti-social behaviour and isolation.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 May 2015 Forest Row Community Festival

The organisation will use the funding to run a programme of creative art workshops for young people within the community and bring them together at the annual community festival. This will engage young people who are disengaged and those on the autistic spectrum in a number of education outreach community programmes including carpentry skills and sustainability workshops; bringing them together to create social cohesion, improve relationships and reduce anti-social behaviour and isolation.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2015 Hadlow Down Variety Club

This is a project to purchase and install a projector screen in the local village hall to aid and support community events and activities for the local community. This will aid and support community events and activities including the local variety club, weekly clubs for older people and other community groups as well as parish and community wide committees.

£3,280 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2015 Agenda & Editions Charitable Trust

To sustain and promote Agenda

£12,000 Arts Council England
13 Apr 2015 Frant Memorial Hall

The organisation will use the funding to make improvements to their village hall, including upgrading the website, renovating the pathway to the village hall entrance, and replacing the old chairs. This will improve the health and safety and facilities of the hall helping to ensure its future sustainability for the benefit of existing and potential users.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2015 Summerheath Hall

The organisation will use the funding to install disabled toilets within their hall which is used by the wider community. This will provide appropriate toilet facilities for all of their service users and encourage more people to use the community facility.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2015 Arlington Village Hall

This is a project to refurbish the kitchen and install hot water in the village hall. This will increase the use of the village hall and ensure its sustainability by raising the level of hygiene and amenities in the building.

£5,454 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2015 Hailsham Cricket Club

Emergency Flood Relief

£900 Sport England
20 Feb 2015 The Dare to Live Trust

This charity in Withyham will use the funding to run an equine focused pilot project to ease the transition of ex-service personnel to civilian life focusing the impact on partners and spouses and the importance of healthy and supportive interpersonal relationships. This will support ex-service personnel and their families, and ease an often difficult period of transition.

£9,864 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2015 Lost Dog

Paradise Lost: Creation and Premiere

£15,000 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 OperaCoast

No Voice Unheard

£2,800 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2015 Wealden Leisure Limited

Lets Get Girls Active

£12,580 Sport England
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
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 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.

£2,980 Big Lottery Fund
22 Dec 2014 Polegate Community Association

This is a project by a registered charity in Polegate, East Sussex. The organisation will use the funding to replace four fire exit doors. This will enable users such as the play group, craft groups,scouts, drama group and senior citizens to carry out activities safely.

£5,715 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2014 Whitehill Infant School

This is a project by a school in Sussex. The organisation will use funding to install safety surfacing and tyres in a play area in school grounds. This is to improve the safety of children using the play area while helping to improve their physical health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2014 Lost Dog

Like Rabbits

£10,370 Arts Council England
4 Dec 2014 Bootcamp

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Hailsham in East Sussex. The organisation will use the funding to deliver dance music therapy to people with Parkinson?s disease. This will provide people with a physical and degenerative illness with physical activities designed to encourage greater movement, relaxation and self-expression to improve physical, emotional and social wellbeing as well as reduce isolation and encourage greater independence.

£8,017 Big Lottery Fund
19 Nov 2014 Rainbow Action Group

This voluntary organisation will use the funding to deliver healthy eating road shows, to educate local people about nutrition, diet and exercise in disadvantaged areas across East Sussex. The project aims to encourage healthy eating and physical activity to improve lifestyles.

£8,352 Big Lottery Fund
30 Oct 2014 Hailsham Allotment Society

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Wealden. The organisation will use the funding to install a waterless toilet in the allotment. This will provide toilet facilities for users of the allotment, especially those who are older, disabled or have other health conditions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2014 CREATE (Camden Road Educational, Arts, and Theatre Enterpris

This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in Tunbridge Wells. Funding will be used to develop activities at their ?imaginarium?, an imaginary village. It is represented by a map and a collection of artefacts where stories and activities take place including writing and telling stories and adding film and audio aspects to the village. This will enable an already successful community facility to tackle community issues including drug use, anti-social behaviour, dementia and mental health.

£8,996 Big Lottery Fund