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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
9 Mar 2017 Ocean Watersports Trust Vale of Glamorgan

Ocean Watersports Trust Vale of Glamorgan

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 St Asaph Flower Festival

St Asaph Flower Festival in Denbighshire will use the grant to run a flower festival to mark the 5th anniversary of St Asaph becoming a city. This grant for ?3,400 will fund floral displays and scaffolding costs.

£3,400 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Sandfields Steppers

Sandfield Steppers in Port Talbot will use the grant to fund transport for their walking club for older members, the majority of whom are at risk of social isolation. This grant for ?3,805 will fund transport and entrance fees to various places of interest.

£3,805 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Thursday Afternoon Crochet Class

Thursday Afternoon Crochet Class in Swansea will use the grant to provide their members, who are older ladies at risk of social isolation, with trips to various woollen fairs. This grant for ?835 will fund travel and entrance fees.

£835 Big Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2017 Ocean Watersports Trust Vale of Glamorgan

The proposal involves the construction of a new community centre in the docks area of Barry. The project will serve the local community and will creat meeting rooms, multi purpose space, a gym and provide a base for community groups in the area.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Gwent Wildlife Trust Ltd

Gwent Wildlife Trust Ltd

£49,435 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 St Padarn's Playgroup

St Padarn's Playgroup in Aberystwyth will use the grant to provide an opportunity for the children attending the playgroup to learn about health eating. This grant for ?4,973 will fund six tablets, a laptop, an interactive whiteboard, kitchen scales, a food mixer, kitchen utensils, kitchen units, a cooker, a fridge freezer, and labour costs.

£4,973 Big Lottery Fund
8 Mar 2017 Gwent Wildlife Trust Ltd

The project involves the renovation of a former pumphouse to provide a flexible multi use space. The improvement to existing areas and the creation of additional floorspace will create a multi-use workshop, flexible training rooms, meeting space, kitchen, gallery, exhibition space, shop and bike hire facility, storage and open plan caf?.

£49,435 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Sabin, Caroline

Caroline Sabine, a dance and visual artist, aims to build upon her recent research and development project, to create a multi room site specific piece of dance theatre, "Mistress Maud's Chamber of Fantastical Truth", which is to be presented within Insole Court, Cardiff at Halloween 2017. The aim is to create a spine chilling haunted house production, based on five interactive stations, linked to sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell, for around sixty audiences at a time, a total of 600 audiences.

£25,000 Arts Council of Wales
6 Mar 2017 Ingham, Karen

18 months production funding to produce and exhibit the visual arts project Deluge, interdisciplinary, multi-sited artworks with photography, film, digital textiles and hybrid craft. The work will be presented at Craft in The Bay, Milford Haven Energy Park and Town Regeneration location, Oriel y Parc and Fotonow in Plymouth. 2018, the year the work will be exhibited, is 'The Year of The Sea' in Wales.

£18,250 Arts Council of Wales
6 Mar 2017 Colquhoun, Morag

To create and exhibit an exciting new body of work which will be presented at Plas Glyn y Weddw. It is hoped this new work/exhibition will act as a springboard for a major step up in Morag's career in terms of artistic profile, professional development and financial sustainability.

£24,737 Arts Council of Wales
6 Mar 2017 Miles, Rhodri

Further development of Shylok, which originally came in for Theatr Development Funding as Seiloc, a Welsh language adaption for Miles Productions. The project will take place from April 2017 and culminate in performances at Theatr Soar in September. The creative collaboration within the project consists of playwright and director Gareth Armstrong, actress Rhian Morgan, with Theatr Soar as the a main venue collaborator.

£12,818 Arts Council of Wales
6 Mar 2017 Owen, Rhodri

To support Llanrwst based artist/maker Rhodri Owen, to develop and create an exhibition touring production exploring the themes of 'Welsh culture and contemporary life living in Wales' through creative intervention and the iconic 'Eisteddfod chair' in collaboration with creative partners including Galeri, St Fagans, MOMA, STORIEL, Snowdonia National Park and Antena TV productions. April 2017 - January 2019.

£19,650 Arts Council of Wales
6 Mar 2017 Roberts, Judith

The applicant is seeking CP production funding for 'The Chimes II', a new piece of music theatre which has been adapted from the second Christmas story by Charles Dickens. Director Judith Roberts will work with composer Conor Linehan and designer Robin Whitmore. Production dates set for Dec 2017.

£25,000 Arts Council of Wales
6 Mar 2017 Cylch Meithrin Seren Fach

Cylch Meithrin Seren Fach in Mountain Ash will use the grant to develop their maths, IT and role play facilities, in turn improving their service user experience. This grant for ?1,277 will fund dress-up costumes, puppets, wooden kitchen, remote-controlled toys, grass effect rug and tree seats, cushions, and various indoor toys.

£1,277 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 The Treehouse Collective

The Treehouse Collective in Conwy will use the grant to deliver a therapeutic art and gardening project, working with participants from Aberconwy Mind. This grant for ?3,540 will fund two workshop facilitators, volunteer expenses, gardening and art materials, exhibition materials, booklets, marketing, and refreshments.

£3,540 Big Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Brecon Bowling Club Limited

Brecon Bowling Club Limited will use the grant to purchase new equipment to improve the grounds for the intergenerational activities and coaching they offer to members and the local community. This grant for ?5,000 will fund a turf aerator.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2017 Clwb Caban Rhoscolyn

Clwb Caban Rhoscolyn in Holyhead will use the grant to provide the opportunity for outdoor play and promote creativity for the 25 children who currently attend. This grant for ?5,000 will fund workshops, trips, dressing-up clothes, soft furnishing, outside play equipment, and a roundhouse outdoor building.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2017 Caerwent Playing Fields Association Ltd

Caerwent Playing Fields Association Ltd in Newport will use the grant to improve the facilities available in their newly extended bar and caf?. This grant for ?1,680 will fund under-counter fridges, a glass steamer, and a mains hot water urn.

£1,680 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2017 Neuadd Bronwydd Hall

Neuadd Bronwydd Hall in Carmarthen will use the grant to add to the safety and wellbeing of residents and visitors in the local area. This grant for ?3,300 will fund defibrillators, external cabinet, installation, and training.

£3,300 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2017 Llys Ednyfed Residents Association

Llys Ednyfed Residents Association in Conwy will use the grant to purchase equipment to encourage their older members to socialise whilst enjoying wildlife and being outdoors. This grant for ?1,108 will fund bird tables, nest boxes, table and chairs, bench, water butts, pop-up gazebo, solar lights, a BBQ, and a garden bin.

£1,108 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2017 Crickhowell and District Players

Crickhowell and District Players will use the grant to fund the supply and installation of a new stage backdrop system for their amateur theatrical society. This grant for ?4,410 will fund drapes, tracks, covers for drapes, and the installation of the tracks.

£4,410 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2017 Buckley Cross Methodist Church

Buckley Cross Methodist Church in Flintshire will use the grant to refurbish the dilapidated roof of the building which is widely used by local community groups. This grant for ?5,000 will part-fund the replacement of the church roof.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2017 Gwynfi Affilliated Sports Project (GASP)

Gwynfi Affilliated Sports Project (GASP) in Port Talbot will use the grant to encourage social inclusion by holding several community events and day trips in the local area. This grant for ?4,488 will fund pantomime tickets, transport, entrance fees, workshop fees, and various fun-day activities.

£4,488 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Pontardawe Arts Centre

Theatre Development project at Pontardawe Arts Centre to develop Cavelle, an seed funded project through PAC's previous chrysalis development programme. The partnership includes Pontardawe Arts Centre, writer Emily Hinshelwood and director and dramaturge Louise Osbourne.The project will take place at Pontardawe Arts Centre from the 5th of June to the 15th of July.

£17,830 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Rubicon Dance

A programme of training and CPD for Community Dance practitioners and the wider dance sector to be delivered in partnership across Wales.

£15,900 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Cwmni Pluen Company

An application for support towards the research and development of Cwmni Pluen's new bilingual theatre project, Mam. The project will take place at Sherman Theatre in spring 2017. It will explore the relationship between motherhood (not gender based) and child in contemporary Wales.

£14,873 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Arts & Business Cymru

Funding to support year 5 of the Creative Internships created by Arts & Business Cymru. The programme was established to meet the lack of arts fundraisers within the arts sector in Wales.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 g39

Support for an open-access professional development programme run by g39 enabling Welsh artists to receive mentoring, training and advice from arts professionals through peer to peer support, group mentoring, training talks and forums.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 It's My Shout Ltd

To develop individual's skills in film and production by means of community-based workshops. They will provide specific groups / communities opportunities in television/ film production all year around in an integrated and progressively structured way; aim to develop links with new partnerships in pioneer areas especially developing their activity in relation to Newport and Torfaen, as well as maintaining communication with Bridgend, Merthyr, and Blaenau Gwent. An 8 month project from April 2017.

£42,628 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Motherlode Theatre Ltd

A research and development project for 'Exodus' between the 19th of June and 14th of July 2017 with support from partners RCT Theatres, Chapter, Creu Cymru and Bristol Old Vic. Work in progress at the Park and Dare will run an open door policy for the community on Friday 30th June, followed by a sharing to an invited audience of industry at Chapter on Friday 7th July.

£9,195 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Chapter Cardiff Ltd.

This project would allow for research and development on the creation of a one-man show exploring the life of comedian Benny Hill who's work was widely known in the UK and internationally but is now largely forgotten and somewhat side-lined. 'Benny' will star Liam Tobin in the central role; will be written by Owen Thomas and directed by Gareth John Bale.

£20,300 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Citrus Arts

In depth period of research & development to create an outdoor piece to be showcased outside the Swansea Maritime Museum in partnership with Taliesin Arts Centre's Dance Days in July 2017.

£29,920 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Living Pictures Productions

A Theatre Development project based at Pontardawe Arts Centre, which takes forward Robbie Bowman's previous R&D project delivered through PAC's Chrysalis programme. The project will take place from the beginning of May until the end of September 2017. There will be four performances to limited audiences at Chapter and Pontardawe Arts Centre in order to gain critical insight and audience feedback for the next stage.

£11,745 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Neontopia Cyf

R&D for a new bilingual play to be written by Alun Saunders. This period of development (April-December 2017) will allow Neontopia time and creative space to explore a broad spectrum of experiences. The work will be explored in practical terms within space provided by the collaborating organisation Wales Millennium Centre.

£21,850 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Re-Live

Project to enable Re-Live to design and deliver a five day Arts in Health and Wellbeing training programme for arts practitioners. The training aims to equip artists with the essential skills, tools and principles needed to carry out high quality, innovative and ethical Arts for Health and Wellbeing work. The project will take place at Theatr Clwyd and Chapter, and will run from April to October 2017.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Duncan, Alexander

Alexander Duncan is looking for support towards research and development for an site specific exhibition at Aldama Fabre Gallery in Bilbao, Spain.

£1,700 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Gegenwart, Beate

Beate Gegenwart applied for funding to support a group of Welsh makers to exhibit at internaitonal Trade Fair, Grassi Messe in Leipzig in October 2017.

£4,900 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Ladd, Eddie

Eddie Ladd is applying for funding to visit Melbourne, Australia to take part in the "We are Country: Summit and Creation Lab" at Yirramboi Festival in September 2017.

£1,500 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Charles, Eric Ngalle

For Eric Ngalle Charles to travel to Cameroon in July 2017, to organise 3 performance pieces between himself and local artists in Buea.

£2,300 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Mess up the Mess Theatre Company

Mess up the Mess Theatre Company is applying for funding to visit and develop relationships at Yirramboi Festival in Melbourne, Australia in September 2017.

£3,815 Arts Council of Wales
1 Mar 2017 Team Clarewood

Clarewood Foyer, in Neath, will support their service users to take part in water-based and team-building activities, to build relationships and develop skills.The grant, of ?4,200, will fund accommodation and transport costs, weather proof gear, and sessional worker costs.

£4,200 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Cwmbran Workman's Retirement Association

Cwmbran Workman's Retirement Association will use the grant to provide activities and opportunities for socialising for up to 53 older members, some of whom have disabilities. This grant for ?4,500 will fund coach travel, a boat ride, entrance fees, and meals.

£4,500 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Llanyrafon Manor Community Group

Llanyrafon Manor Community Group in Cwmbran will use the grant to fund research trips for committee members and purchase equipment to enable them to hold a series of community engagement events to improve health, wellbeing, and job opportunities. This grant for ?4,744 will fund 10 marquees, travel, and entrance fees.

£4,744 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Cyngor Tref Pontarddulais Town Council

Cyngor Tref Pontarddulais Town Council will use the grant to purchase automatic external defibrillators for use in the local community in the case of emergencies. This grant for ?5,000 will fund defibrillators and heated external cabinets.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Friends and Parents of Blaengarw Primary School

Friends and Parents of Blaengarw Primary School in Bridgend will use the grant to run a festival for the local community which celebrates history. This grant for ?5,000 will fund staging, sessional worker, hire of toilets, advertising, and materials.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Eglwysnewydd/Hafod Church, Cwmystwyth, Wales

Securing Eglwys Newydd Hafod Church for the future

£82,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Parochial Church Council St Mary's Church, Malpas

Structural repairs and heritage presentation at St Mary's Church Malpas

£72,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 SS David Lewis & Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Usk

SS David Lewis & Francis Xavier Catholic Church

£168,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 North Wales Wildlife Trust

Living Seas Wales: Moroedd Byw Cymru

£623,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Penmaenmawr Historical Society

Penmaenmawr Museum relocation and development as a first-class heritage facility in North Wales

£262,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Tylorstown Welfare Hall and Institute

A heritage and community driven scheme to restore Tylorstown Welfare Hall

£708,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Arts Migrations CIC

Arts Migrations CIC in Conwy will use the grant to run a series of workshops for up to 15 NEETs to provide them with the skills to arrange their own community events and improve their employment prospects. This grant for ?4,350 will fund sessional worker fees, training materials, and expenses.

£4,350 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Arts Active Trust

A two year long programme to deliver Criw Celf across the Central South region.

£182,130 Arts Council of Wales
28 Feb 2017 Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre

A two year programme to deliver Criw Celf across the South East Wales region.

£74,200 Arts Council of Wales
28 Feb 2017 Mission Gallery

This application proposes that Mission Gallery will be the lead organisation and accountable body facilitating Criw Celf West across 4 counties (Neath Port Talbot, Swansea, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire) and will take responsibility for liaison with Criw Celf Mid West, who will be leading and delivering across 2 counties (Powys and Ceredigion).See file note re 17-18 bugdet allocation

£151,425 Arts Council of Wales
28 Feb 2017 Powys County Council

Criw Celf Mid is being presented in collaboration with Criw Celf West to form Criw Celf Mid & West Wales; working with the Mission Gallery and their partners, Oriel Myrddin, Oriel y Parc and Coleg Sir Gar. Criw Celf Mid is led by Powys County Council and delivered by the partners, Oriel Davies Gallery and Arts Alive Wales. The areas to be covered by Criw Celf Mid will be all of Powys and also into Ceredigion.

£48,575 Arts Council of Wales
28 Feb 2017 Flintshire County Council

North Wales Regional Criw Celf Pathway programme is a 6 county initiative working with renowned arts venues, EDAU and educational establishments to provide a pathway of opportunity for More Able and Talented Young People who show particular interest and aptitude in the visual and applied arts. It aims to attract participants 9-18 years old. This application will be for a 2 year period from September 2017 - August 2019.See file note re 17-18 budget allocation

£186,045 Arts Council of Wales
28 Feb 2017 Rumney Primary School

Rumney Primary School in Cardiff will use the grant to install new play equipment to encourage local children to be physically active, therefore improving their health and well-being. This grant for ?5,000 will fund a timber climber, artificial turf, and a shock pad.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Denbighshire Farm Women's Club

Denbighshire Farm Women's Club will take their members on a daytrip to visit Halen M?n and Pant Du vineyard to reinforce community cohesion. The grant, of ?2,170, will fund transport costs, entrance fees and meals.

£2,170 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 Prescelli Penlan Youth

Prescelli Penlan Youth (TI)

£350 Sport Wales
28 Feb 2017 Tai Pawb

Tai Pawb

£249,425 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Llanddew Community Council

Llanddew Community Council in Brecon will use the grant to install life-saving equipment to benefit the rural and ageing community. This grant for ?1,500 will fund a defibrillator and installation fees.

£1,500 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Royal Welsh Comrades Association Llanelli Branch

Royal Welsh Comrades Association Llanelli Branch will use the grant to prevent social isolation by providing a short break to Yorkshire for 34 older members. This grant for ?5,000 will part-fund travel and accommodation.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Pantyffynnon Plodders

Pantyffynnon Plodders in Ammanford will use the grant to encourage members to participate in trips and prevent social isolation. This grant for ?2,060 will fund transport costs.

£2,060 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Llanelwedd Church in Wales Primary School

Llanelwedd Church in Wales Primary School in Powys will use the grant to run IT sessions with the people of their local community. This grant for ?5,000 will fund 10 laptops and a touch screen.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Canolfan Pennant

Canolfan Pennant in Powys will use the grant to help make the village hall more energy efficient for members of the local community. This grant for ?4,800 will fund the purchase and installation of new lighting.

£4,800 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Cae Tan Community Supported Agriculture Ltd

Cae Tan Community Supported Agriculture Ltd in Swansea will use the grant to teach children about how to grow, produce and cook their own food over a full growing season. This grant for ?5,000 will fund workshops, trips, venue hire, and cooking session ingredients.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Clwb Syrffio Dyffryn Conwy Surf Club

Surfing - targeting inequalities to participation (TI)

£1,220 Sport Wales
27 Feb 2017 Buckley Sports Centre Girls Gymnastics Club

Buckley Girls Gymnastics Club Facility Development

£23,838 Sport Wales
27 Feb 2017 Colegau Cymru

Colegau Cymru - Increasing Sports Participation & Volunteering amngst 16-24 yr olds in Further Education in Wales

£158,000 Sport Wales
27 Feb 2017 Ysgol Gynradd Llanbedr

Ysgol Gynradd Llanbedr, in Gwynedd, will install a tyre park on the school grounds to give pupils and the community a play facility. The grant, of ?4,900, will fund the purchase and installation of a tyre park.

£4,900 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2017 Ebenezer Dyfed Baptist Chapel

Ebenezer Dyfed Baptist Chapel, in Crymych, will install a public address system and hearing loop at their facility to ensure inclusiveness at all community events. The grant, of ?3,950, will fund the installation of a PA system and hearing loop.

£3,950 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2017 Tenby & Saundersfoot Community First Responders

Tenby & Saundersfoot Community First Responders will use the grant to expand their service provision by purchasing new equipment. This grant for ?5,000 will fund three defibrillators, two new responder bags, a new first responder PPE and equipment.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 Llansawel Recreation Field And Hall Trust

Llansawel Recreation Field and Hall Trust in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to improve the facilities of the hall and celebrate its 60th anniversary. This grant for ?5,000 will fund electricity installation, shed, toddler?s tables and chairs, repairs to riverbank and celebration event.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 Treherbert Regeneration Ltd

Treherbert Regeneration Ltd in Rhondda Cynon Taf will use the grant to provide facilities for users of their community hub. This grant for ?5,000 will fund a television, chairs, tables, a whiteboard, dry markers, a games console, games and a wireless controller, six laptops, and catering equipment.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 TYF Connect CIC

TYF Connect CIC in Pembrokeshire will use the grant to run a weekend taster scheme for 11-12 year olds where they can try out adventurous activities, mentoring and entrepreneurial projects. This grant for ?4,938 will fund sessional workers, transport, accommodation, hire of kit, guest speakers and insurance.

£4,938 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 Llangefni Social Enterprise

Llangefni Social Enterprise

£347,795 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 Llangefni Social Enterprise

Project Summary :The project is to provide an Urban Sports park for the whole community in Llangefni, Anglesey. The facility will compromise a wheeled sports area, a basketball practice court, outdoor gym equipment, climbing/traversing wall and play equipment.What Money is for :The grant, over two years, will pay for the capital build, professional and legal fees, running costs and publicity.

£347,795 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Merched y Wawr Cangen Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd

Merched y Wawr Cangen Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, in Denbighshire, will take their members on a canal boat trip in Llangollen to support community cohesion. The grant, of ?1,371, will fund transport costs, boat trip and evening meals.

£1,371 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Neath Town Council

Neath Town Council will use the grant to purchase lifesaving equipment for use in the local community in the case of emergencies. This grant for ?3,750 will fund three defibrillators, and three heated cabinets.

£3,750 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Cardiff University

Cardiff University

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Gymdeithas Cymuned ac Ieuenctid Bro Aled

Y Rhyfel Mawr ym Mro Aled

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Tredegar Town Band

Tredegar Town Band on-line multi-media resource interpreting the social, cultural, musical achievements over 170 years

£25,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Nelson Garden Preservation Trust

A new life for the Nelson Garden in Monmouth

£84,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Horn Development Association

Heroes At Sea (Arab men from the Gulf of Aden in 2 World Wars)

£41,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Bridgend Town Council

Bridgend in World War II

£42,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Friends of Caldicot Library

Caldicot intergenerational oral history

£4,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Cardiff People First

Disability is not Inability - Taking Control of Our History

£4,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Pembroke Farmers Club

The 200 year history and heritage of the Pembroke Farmers Club

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 The Birds of Wales Project Group

Connecting people with the birds and specialist habitats of Wales and Anglesey

£8,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Ethnic Youth Support Team

Young, Migrant & Welsh

£49,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 Deva Boxing Centre

Deva Boxing Centre

£14,000 Sport Wales
23 Feb 2017 Cardiff University

The project involves the renovation and extension of a vacant bowls pavilion in the centre of Grange Gardens to create a multi-functional community building with caf?, office and meeting space. The proposal will also include works to the existing grounds for the creation of an accessible community space, an orchard and pollinator garden.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2017 g39

Towards the delivery of the exhibition programme for 2017-18. This includes 3 full scale exhibitions including Unit(e) and a solo show by Holly Davey and the parallel programming of the Unit#1 modular space.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
22 Feb 2017 Aberjazz

The 14th Annual Jazz and Blues festival in Fishguard, held over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

£12,500 Arts Council of Wales
22 Feb 2017 Bangor University

Rhagori 3, is additional to Pontio's core programme and aims to build on the excellence of Elen ap Robert's artistic vision. A year round programme of family activity (high quality productions and workshops); international world music (Darkha Brakha Ukrain & Llechi 9Bach); the restaging of 'Flown' and the world premiere of 'RUHM' both by Pirates of the Caribina; Corneli Cudd (dementia music project); Wal Wen (digital projection project) and Synthesis (an arts and science experiment). Aug 2018/Jul 2019.

£30,000 Arts Council of Wales
22 Feb 2017 Valleys Kids

The application supports the development of a digital programme called Sky High. The funding will allow them to re-brand ArtWorks and launch a digital platform.

£10,000 Arts Council of Wales
22 Feb 2017 Brecon Beacons Music Trust

For the 13th Brecon Baroque festival which happens in Brecon in October of each year.

£13,000 Arts Council of Wales
22 Feb 2017 Wales Arts Review

Funding to support the second stage of the organisation's development, building on a previous R&D's evaluation and learning.

£12,282 Arts Council of Wales