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|22 Dec 2005||Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
The Project Will Support Young People In Researching And Implementing Environmental Action In Their Communities Through A Range Of Activities And Training. In The First Two Years This Will Focus On Projects Around Salisbury Plain, And Rural Area Where You
|£94,223||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Dec 2005||Mabe Youth & Community Project
The project would provide free access to appropriate skateboard facilities. Issues tackled will be healthy exercise, improved self-esteem, increased confidence and self belief. It will also provide a safe environment as currently they use an area beside a
|£61,561||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Dec 2005||Get Us Together Club
The Children Have Formed A Committee Representing All The Organisation'S Drama Groups. The Groups Will Work Together To Stage An Annual Variety Show For The Next 3 Years. They Will Devise, Direct, And Rehearse The Shows, Choose And Design Costumes, And De
|£27,268||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Dec 2005||Dhek Bhal
This Is A Project To Set Up A Group Where Young Asian Boys Between The Ages Of 12-18 From A Disadvantaged Area Of Bristol Can Meet Twice A Week And Participate In A Range Of Social, Physical And Educational Activities. The Activities Will Take Place In A
|£149,561||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Bath St Stephen's PCC
Bath St Stephen
|£65,942||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||St James' Church
St James' Church Shaftesbury, Bells Restoration
|£10,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Yeovil has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in March of next year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£780||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Crantock Village Hall & Recreation Ground
Purchase of Land & Development of Facilities - Restormel BC
|20 Dec 2005||Parish of Central Exeter
St Stephen's Church
|£62,887||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Petrock's PCC West Anstey
St Petrock's Church
|£29,488||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Mary's Church Berry Pomeroy PCC
St Mary's Church
|£57,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||Diptford with North Huish PCC
St Mary's Church
|£44,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Laurence Holwell PCC
|£27,696||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||Ampney Crucis PCC
Church of the Holy Rood
|£7,148||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Mary the Virgin Mudford PCC
St Mary the Virgin
|£45,889||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Peter's Treborough PCC
St Peter's Church
|£35,790||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||Lullington and Orchardleigh PCC
All Saint's Church
|£50,010||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||Urchfont PCC
St Michael and All Angel's
|£43,431||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||Lacock PCC
|£47,350||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||Brinkworth PCC
St Michael and All Angels
|£74,619||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St John the Baptist Foxham PCC
St John the Baptist
|£47,807||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St James the Great Dursley PCC
St James the Great
|£60,129||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Blaise PCC
|£44,706||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||St Michael's Pen Selwood PCC
|£40,728||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||"Upper Deck" Restoration Project
"Upper Deck" Restoration Project
|£29,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Dec 2005||Storyworks Theatre Company
Putting Arts-Based Practice at Centre of Primary Curriculum
|£8,500||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Somerset County Council Cultural Service
|£43,905||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Once
|£13,845||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Independent Artists Network
Research for Median
|£2,920||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||The Maia Project
Maia Development Period
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||B & C Projects
Research and Development
|£4,900||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Desperate Men
Desperate Men - Initial Marketing 2005/06
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Restormel Arts
|£3,470||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Cornwall Sports Alliance
Leadership development programme
|15 Dec 2005||Devon County Council
Chulmleigh floodlit tennis courts
|15 Dec 2005||Theatreworks
Theatre Website Rollout
|£25,700||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2005||Dance South West
The Magnet and the Glue
|£25,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 2005||Bath & North East Somerset Youth Service
In the Mix Project
|£25,957||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 2005||Plymouth Music Zone Ltd
Plymouth Music Zone
|£200,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 2005||Stithians Village Hall & Comm. Centre Management Comm.
This grant will refurbish and extend the current village hall to provide a multi-purpose building in the centre of Stithians, a rural parish within the Kerrier District of Cornwall.
|14 Dec 2005||Hesters Way Partnership Limited
The grant will deliver a new purpose-built community resource centre in a deprived area of Cheltenham.
|14 Dec 2005||Off The Record- Bath & North East Somerset
This project will extend the organisation's counselling service to young people who may have barriers to accessing it.
|14 Dec 2005||West Howe Investing In People
This project has enabled the organisation to set up several projects across the West Howe estate, all led by local residents. These include development of a local park and recreation area, a Health and Learning Clinic and a range of services from a commun
|14 Dec 2005||Wellwomen Information
This Asian Women's counselling project that will offer in-depth and ongoing support to those seeking advice and information from a help-line, drop-in or community events, and provide counselling sessions. It will also team-up with community workers to imp
|14 Dec 2005||East Dorset Citizens Advice Bureaux
This continuation project will develop the advice and adminstration work of the citizens advice bureau, including specialist money advice, and develop other support to volunteers through supervision and administration.
|14 Dec 2005||Ups and Downs South West
This grant will enable the group to expand face-to-face support for families and carers of children who have Down Syndrome as well as any information necessary to enable these children to reach their full educational and social potential.
|14 Dec 2005||Plymouth Access To Housing
The award will help to employ a housing needs officer, and a private sector liason worker who will concentrate specifically on developing links with the business.
|14 Dec 2005||Rent - A - Role Drama Service
This grant will enable the group to develop a learning programme targeted at disadvantaged young people. It will also develop the diversity of its existing young people's steering committee. The group aims to challenge the culture of resentment and xenoph
|14 Dec 2005||South Somerset MIND
The project will work with homeless people with mental health difficulties to help them to find suitable accommodation and then to sustain their tennancies. A specialist worker will provide advice on diet and the management of personal finances, training
|14 Dec 2005||Bristol Pakistani Community Welfare
The award will develop the information, advice and training services of the organisation.
|14 Dec 2005||West Devon Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will develop the organisation by providing outreach and home visiting advice services in West Devon for those people unable to visit the CAB offices in Tavistock and Okehampton due to age, disability or lack of public transport. The award wil
|14 Dec 2005||Dorset Community Action
A community development focused on the Leigh Park estate in Wimborne and estates in Sherborne and wider East Dorset, will help to increase community cohesion and involve the most vulnerable and marginalised people in decisions and services that affect the
|14 Dec 2005||Age Concern Torbay
Age Concern Torbay plans to raise the profile of older people so that they are better represented at a local and strategic level. There project will also develop services for older people, especially preventative services that give older people choice and
|14 Dec 2005||B I B I C
The project will increase support to families with brain-injured children on the British Institute for Brain Injured Children's programme, by providing additional 1:1 sessions with the Family Support Worker and by encouraging the formation of peer support
|14 Dec 2005||Age Concern Exeter
This project will develop the organisation's existing information and advice service; improving its quality, increasing the number of enquiries it can deal with and enabling it to be more active in reaching particularly disadvantaged or excluded groups. I
|14 Dec 2005||Colebrook Housing Society Limited
The project will develop volunteer and paid employment opportunities for people with mental health needs and learning disabilities.
|14 Dec 2005||Hamp Community Association
This project will develop a range of information and advice services for local residents.
|14 Dec 2005||Pill Community Foundation
The project will continue to provide social, recreational and educational opportunities to improve the quality of life for the residents of Pill. Advice and information surgeries will continue and the number of courses will expand to cover more topics and
|14 Dec 2005||Redruth North Partnership
A partnership of four residents' associations in Redruth North Ward, this project will residents to develop their organisation to tackle deprivation and regeneration.
|14 Dec 2005||Bristol Resource Centre
This project will provide specialist advice on social and welfare rights to migrant women, aiming to improve the their integration into local and mainstream life with improved access to employment, housing, education, welfare, social and health services a
|14 Dec 2005||St Pauls Advice Centre
This project will provide advice on a range of subjects in a culturally appropriate way to Bristol's Somali community. This includes advice on housing, education, employment and debt/benefits. Alongside this it will also work with small Somali community o
|14 Dec 2005||Penhaligon's Friends
This project will support bereaved children and their families by providing bereavement and memory days, and other information, advice and support. It will also work with professionals and other voluntary and statutory agencies to improve the skills and k
|14 Dec 2005||Clouds
This project works with people recovering from alcohol and drug dependency to provide a supportive employment and training programme. It aims to enable people to move forward, build their independence and maintain their recovery. It currently provides tra
|14 Dec 2005||Relate Somerset
The Somerset Change project will provide a coordinated service to improve the safety and well-being of victims of domestic violence and abuse. This will be done through an outreach and advocacy service offering both practical and emotional support. The pr
|14 Dec 2005||Cool Recovery Limited
This award is to operate a holistic one-stop-shop day centre in Torquay for the provision of care and services in relation to mental illness. The grant will be used as seedcorn funding to firmly establish and expand the services on offer and provide time
|14 Dec 2005||Disability Wessex
This project will provide the management and governance structures to enable the organisation to go on growing. It has identified needs of disabled people and will work to provide some new services directly. It will also make it possible for the views and
|14 Dec 2005||Voscur Limited
This Project Will Provide Information To Member Organisations From The Voluntary And Community Sector, Including How To Run A Website, Sending E-Mail And Paper Bulletins, Training Small Voluntary Groups On Ict Use And Providing On-Line And Paper Directori
|14 Dec 2005||Calstock Under Fives
The project provides high quality care and education for children from two-and-a-half years old. The award will develop the group for younger children and their parents and carers. This is the only local provision for parents and young children.
|14 Dec 2005||The Steven James Practice
The project will provide individual and group counselling for people with, or at high risk of having, HIV or Hepatitis C. It will also provide training sessions for support workers and carers on the management of these diseases and the support of people a
|14 Dec 2005||Refugee Action
This is a pilot project to support refugees who have just been given leave to remain in the UK. It will provide mentoring and support, through volunteers, during this difficult transition period when a refugee has 28 days to find new accommodation.
|14 Dec 2005||Addiction Recovery Agency
This project will develop the services of the Relapse Prevention Centre, providing more specialised information, advice and guidance to assist clients to access education, training and employment opportunities. In the longer term this will help clients in
|14 Dec 2005||Bishops Forum
This Award Will Help Develop The Organisation'S Capacity To Use Volunteers In Delivering Programmes To Disadvantaged Young People. The Organisation Runs Intensive Six Week Programmes For A Range Of Disadvantaged Young People Who Are Referred From A Number
|14 Dec 2005||Somerset Racial Equality Council
This is a project to tackle isolation and disadvantage in Sedgemoor through establishing a black and minority ethnic forum to engage communities that are excluded. The project plans to create a sustainable infrastructure enabling BME individuals and group
|14 Dec 2005||Torridge Poverty Action Group
The project will develop the homelessness service by extending a drop-in facility in Bideford and consider whether there may be scope for extending the service in Holsworthy and Torrington.
|14 Dec 2005||West Mercia County Scout Council
This project will provide structured support to all scout groups in Walsall, Dudley, Sandwell and Wolverhampton. It will improve the quality of recreational activities provided to young people and to increase participation levels in high quality, well org
|14 Dec 2005||Gloucestershire Domestic Violence Support and Advocacy Proje
This project will build a structured recruitment, training and support programme for volunteers so that they can boost the work of the organisation through a telephone helpline, advocacy, partnership work and outreach.
|14 Dec 2005||Stroud & District Citizens Advice Bureau
This Citizens Advice Bureau will develop the systems, training and support already in place for volunteer advisors, with the aim of increasing the amount of casework advice provided.
|14 Dec 2005||Pentreath Ltd
This grant will develop the Fit for Life project, which provides leisure and recreational activities for people who are recovering from severe or enduring mental ill health. There will also be a new strand, OnWards!
|14 Dec 2005||Vita Nova
This organisation supports people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. It will establish a programme of workshops to build self-esteem and develop life skills, with the aim of reducing relapse of people in recovery.
|14 Dec 2005||West Somerset Council For Voluntary Service
This project will establish a new volunteer centre serving West Somerset. Volunteers will gain new skills and increase their ability to access lifelong learning, training and employment opportunities. Voluntary and community sector organisations will incr
|14 Dec 2005||Home Start Cotswold Ltd
This project will set up a Home Start support service in the Cotswold area.
|14 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Bristol has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Burma in January of next year. A top-up grant to cover the deposit lost by the cancellation of a prior trip.
|£490||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Dec 2005||Intercom
This is a project to establish a helpline and advocacy service covering Devon and Cornwall. It aims to meet the needs of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgendered people affected by issues including rural isolation, discrimination and harrassment due to h
|14 Dec 2005||The Conservation Volunteers
The conservation group will provide an opportunity for disadvantaged people to engage in practical conservation and training, which aims to benefit the individual, their communities and the local environment.
|14 Dec 2005||Age UK Bristol
This project will continue to develop aspects of a home visiting service through which volunteers assist older people in Bristol with the basic maintenance of their homes and gardens. During these visits the volunteers will also be able to provide informa
|14 Dec 2005||The New Connection
The project will integrate its existing day centre and cafe and develop activities for homeless people to improve their skills and abilities. It will ensure that there is an integrated 'first stop', providing services and activities for people with a wide
|13 Dec 2005||The Marine Biological Association
The Shore Thing - Engaging Schools and the Public in Marine Biological Recording
|£190,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2005||Guild of Cornish Hedgers
The Guild of Cornish Hedgers' HLF training bursary scheme
|£204,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Dec 2005||Taurusvoice
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2005||West of England Sports Partnership
Start Up Funding for CSPs
|9 Dec 2005||C M T United Kingdom
This group promote research and offer assistance and support to people with Charcot Marie Tooth Disease and other associated diseases. The grant is for hotel costs, accommodation, information packs and publicity.
|£3,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Dec 2005||Exmoor National Park Authority
Exmoor Moorlands Landscape Partnership
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 2005||Village Hall Bere Regis
The Group Will Make Improvements To Their Existing Kitchen Facilities.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||Withington C of E Primary School
The School Will Develop New Opportunities For A Range Of Out-Of-School Sports Activities, Including Involving Qualified Coaches From Local Clubs.
|£1,008||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||Taunton Jazz Club
A Two-Day Jazz Festival Will Be Run In 2006 Featuring Five Major Concerts, Workshops And Impromptu Performances With Up To Thirty Musicians Taking Part From Youth Bands To Bands Of Recognised National Profile.
|£4,834||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||British Colleges Sport England Rugby
Seven Coaching/Competition Days In Women'S Rugby Will Be Held Across The Country, Finishing With Selection For A National Development Day, With The Aim Of Recruiting Players And Increasing Participation And Competition Across The Sector.
|£4,980||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||Gulworthy Primary School PTFA
The After School Gardening Club Will Develop Their Area To Include Paths, Planters And A Pond With Solar Powered Pump. The Group Will Be Working Alongside The Local Wi And The Local Pre School.
|£1,690||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||Dartmouth Netball Club
Equipment Will Be Purchased So That This New Club Can Organise Matches, Enter Into A League And Into Competition Netball.
|£2,370||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||Stepping Stones
The Award Will Be Used Increase The Size Of The Play Area And Make The Pathway Safer. Storage Facilities Will Also Be Extended.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2005||Bideford Rugby Football Club Junior Section
This Group Has Been Running For Just Under A Year And Require Additional Equipment And Portable Lighting To Enable More Young People To Take Part In Training Sessions And To Increase The Time In Which They Have To Train.
|£4,975||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|