Lottery grants awarded to West Midlands

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
5 Mar 2015 The Parish of Saints John and Martin

The charity in Birmingham will use the funding to install a new access route to the community hall for people with mobility needs and parents with pushchairs. This will improve access to a community building.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2015 Wheelwright Lane Primary School

The school in Nuneaton and Bedworth will use the funding to deliver afterschool physical activity sessions for school children. This will encourage the children to become more active, improving their physical and mental wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2015 Wolverley CE Secondary School

The school in Kidderminster will use the funding to develop an accessible community garden to tackle the lack of facilities within the local area. This will reduce isolation and exclusion while improving beneficiaries? health and social well-being.

£9,975 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2015 Hurst Hill Primary School

This is a project by a school in Dudley, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to involve children and the community to develop land at the front of the school and create a focal point for community use. This will promote community participation and social cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Mar 2015 Birmingham Care Group

The group will use the funding to provide learning through music therapy workshops for people recovering from ill mental health or who have mild disabilities. This will assist rehabilitation and recovery to increase health and well being.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 The Wrekin Trust

The group will use the funding to deliver life skills workshops and training for the benefit of the local community. This will educate beneficiaries in understanding their mind and thought processes, helping improve their mental wellbeing.

£9,560 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Fownhope Recreation Field Association

The Herefordshire group will use the funding to construct a new larger kitchen for the clubs pavilion, to serve the increased demand of the local community. This will improve the facilities the club has to offer, which the wider community can enjoy

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Red Spark Learning CIC

The community organisation in Leominster will use the funding to provide weekly workshops and tutorials to people who experience learning difficulties to develop a range of life skills. This will provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to develop the skills they need to live independently.

£4,220 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Bearwood Allotments Association

The community organisation in Sandwell will use the funding to erect secure boundary fencing around their allotment plot. This will improve the environment while securing the area by reducing crime and anti social behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Academy Transformation Trust T/A Star Academy , Sandyford

The group will use the funding to improve the academies on site library area whilst providing appropriate literature to both pupils and the wider community. This will improve community facilities and increase the usage of facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Mar 2015 Escape Community Art In Action

Changing Landscapes

£83,858 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Imagineer Productions Ltd

Festival of Imagineers 2015

£99,000 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Poetry On Loan

Poetry on Loan (Libraries Fund)

£40,800 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Heartbreak Productions

Mr Stink

£14,000 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Giovanni Esposito

Ten Letters creation and development

£9,925 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Diane Wiltshire

Sentiment Art - Pilot

£11,925 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Sam Underwood

`Amplification? - artist residency and installation

£12,600 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 Claybody Theatre

Middleport Murders Research and Development

£8,714 Arts Council England
4 Mar 2015 MediaActive Projects C.I.C.

BFI Film Academy regional activity funding

£3,000 British Film Institute
3 Mar 2015 Skyelixir and CST

The community organisation in Sandwell will use the funding to run a pilot project to work with a variety of community groups to run therapy, arts and education workshops. This will help integrate isolated individuals in to their communities and improve life skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 Kempsey Primary School

The school in Worcester will use the funding to renovate an unused area of land to provide children with greater play opportunities due to lack of facilities. This will improve the environment ensuring safer places, free from anti social behaviour and crime.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 St Gregorys RC Primary School

The school in Warwickshire will use the funding to install changing rooms and shower facilities as they've an on-site indoor swimming pool and the facilities need to be updated due to health and safety. This will improve community buildings and increase the community usage of the facilities.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 Westfield - Pereira Road Allotment Association

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to improve the conditions of their community allotment and to reduce antisocial behaviour. This will ensure a safer and improved environment for the community to access and enjoy.

£9,780 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2015 Sandwell Parents for Disabled Children

The charity in Sandwell will use the funding to deliver a formal peer mentoring programme to support parents of low income families, caring for children or young persons? living with disabilities. This will reduce isolation, improve self esteem and confidence.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2015 OCAP

The Rugby, Warwickshire group will use the funding to provide structured skills based activities for children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds which will culminate in a community performance. This will encourage community engagement within an isolated rural area.

£8,560 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2015 Abzorbed Academy CIC

The community organisation in Stoke-on-Trent will use the funding to give young people the opportunity to access training courses in sports, physical activity and provide community based activity sessions. This will remove barriers to employment while supporting the training needs of volunteers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2015 Clinton Primary School

The school in Kenilworth, Warwickshire will use the funding to provide a scrapstore play pod to enable children to access active outdoor play. This will develop children?s creativity and communication skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Mar 2015 FIUK

The organisation will use the funding to create a digital community network for isolated disabled people. This will encourage beneficiaries to learn new skills and communicate through digital media, helping reduce isolation.

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2015 Birmingham Chinese Society

The group will use the funding to pilot a health information programme with weekly sessions for people from the Chinese community. This will improve their health and wellbeing, enabling them to talk through issues, access advocacy or help understand what health options are available to them.

£9,420 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2015 Sky Blues in the Community

The charity in Coventry will use the funding to deliver a range of different physical activity sessions for two target groups: older people, and mothers with toddlers. This will improve beneficiaries? health through increasing their levels of physical activity, and also improve their mental wellbeing through reducing social isolation.

£9,660 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2015 We Are Bearwood

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to create 30 wooden bears that will be decorated by the community and placed around the area to create an organised walk and a picnic to bring the community together. This will create community cohesion.

£5,800 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2015 Clifton Play Group Ltd

The charity in Rugby will use the funding to provide information communication equipment that will develop the learning environment for children in a rural community. This will improve technology and communication skills.

£4,644 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2015 The Harborne Carnival

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to deliver their popular carnival event, for the community. This will provide positive activities for local people from different backgrounds, enhancing social cohesion.

£7,770 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2015 Kids In Communication

The group will use the funding to deliver specialist media workshops that encourage young people to discuss the key issues they face in relation to mental health, with the aim of developing and fostering better methods of addressing mental health issues and allowing service users to engage in positive activities to facilitate this.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2015 Egalitarian CIC

The group in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire will use the funding to serve beneficiaries in Birmingham. They will set up costs for a social capital project for disadvantaged and homeless people.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2015 Wednesbury Celebrates Community Ass

The community organisation in Wednesbury will use the funding to deliver a range of services for disabled and elderly people including a buddy service, a coffee morning and photographic service. This will encourage beneficiaries to socialise, form new friendships and learn new skills helping reduce isolation.

£9,816 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2015 Get-to CIC

The Birmingham group will use the funding to provide workshops to young people who are at risk of becoming involved in criminal activity to prevent anti social behaviour and violent youth crime. This will empower young people to make positive decisions to avoid becoming involved in negative activities in the community.

£9,140 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2015 Nuneaton & Bedworth Leisure Trust

The charity in Nuneaton, Warwickshire will use the funding to train young to achieve playmaker award status enabling them to deliver extracurricular physical activity sessions within their school. This will engage beneficiaries in activities designed to improve their overall health and wellbeing in order to tackle health issues amongst children such as rising obesity rates.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2015 Oliver Farr

ECS - Elite Cymru Award 2015 - 2016

£10,000 Sport Wales
26 Feb 2015 Moss Green Village Residents Forum

This is a project by a community organisation in Stoke-on-Trent. The group will use the funding to deliver an all year round local children?s play scheme due to lack of facilities within the deprived area. This will support the training needs of volunteers and enable beneficiaries to partake in positive social interaction.

£7,074 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2015 Dudley Lodge

Dudley Lodge will use its award of ?314,593 to provide a range of support to families with complex issues in Coventry and Birmingham whose children are at risk of being taken into care. Through a community support network families will be helped to develop their parenting skills and improve the health and wellbeing of their children. Tailored support to families will be given and a befriending service, peer support group and training sessions offered to help build confidence, resilience and skills.

£314,593 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2015 Christ Church C of E Primary School

The school will use the funding to install an outdoor gym designed for school children. This will encourage the children to become more active during play times promoting a healthier lifestyle

£8,450 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2015 Paget High School

This is a project by a school in Burton-On-Trent. The group will use the funding to conduct research and deliver a community festival celebrating the victory of WW2. This will promote social cohesion and broaden young people?s experiences while raising expectations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2015 Burton and District Stroke Club

The charity in Burton-Upon-Trent, Staffordshire will use the funding to provide a day trip and celebration event for those who have suffered from a stroke, their carers and volunteers. This will reduce isolation and bring people together.

£2,387 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2015 Chaddesley Corbett Endowed Primary School

The school in Lower Chaddesley, Worcestershire will use the funding to design and create a community garden within the school grounds. This will create a new facility for recreation and outdoor enjoyment, which can also be used for positive intergenerational activities.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2015 Calthorpe Vocational Centre

The academy will use the funding to deliver health and fitness sessions for young people with additional educational needs. This will educate beneficiaries on the importance of staying active and healthy to help improve their overall health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2015 South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation

This is a project by a Health Body in Stafford serving beneficiaries across South Staffordshire. The group will use the funding to deliver dance and movement therapy sessions for people living with dementia. This will reduce isolation for beneficiaries and engage them activities designed to improve their overall health and wellbeing.

£9,085 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2015 Weddington Primary School

The school in Nuneaton will use the funding to deliver extra-curricular health and physical exercise session that are limited within the local area. This will ensure beneficiaries are healthier and address health equalities through educational and information projects.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2015 BID Services

This charity will use the funding to provide a support service to people living with a visual or hearing impairment. The project will make access to local services easier and encourage social interaction within the community.

£8,143 Big Lottery Fund
25 Feb 2015 Friction Arts Limited

The Birmingham group will use the funding to deliver a series of themed show-and-tell and art workshops for the benefit of elderly people. This will encourage participants to form new friendships, share stories, learn new skills and help reduce isolation.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 Balsall Heath Is Our Planet

The charity in Birmingham will use the funding to deliver workshops to the local community on how to become more environmentally sustainable. This will offer information and techniques on how to change to a more environmentally sustainable way of life.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 Northwood Broom Community School

The school will use the funding to provide coaching for parents to support their child or children in education and learning. This will develop the skills of the parent and help improve the educational attainment of their child or children.

£9,868 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 Sandbank Tenant Management Organisation Ltd

The Bloxwich, West Midlands group will use the funding to provide a series of a educational, cultural and recreational residential trips, arts and crafts workshops and a weekly social club for residents of their tenants association. This will reduce isolation for beneficiaries and engage them in activities designed to promote community cohesion.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 The DJ School Association

The charity in Stoke-On-Trent will use the funding to provide community participation days to bring together community groups, clubs, charities and families to share community information about services and activities to overcome a lack of awareness of amenities in the area.

£9,997 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 St Peter's Catholic Academy

The group will use the funding to build a shelter for a community play area. This will improve the facility and community usage of play facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 Fairway Primary Academy

The Birmingham group will use the funding to install physically challenging play equipment within their playground. This will improve the schools facilities and contribute to increasing the physical activity levels of pupils as a means of combating childhood obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2015 Lauren Cookson

Twelve month curatorial research and development.

£12,425 Arts Council England
24 Feb 2015 Millennium Point

All Ears

£14,300 Arts Council England
23 Feb 2015 The CUDLE Club

The Wolverhampton will use the funding to provide weekend respite sessions for parents and carers of young people with additional educational needs with some sessions incorporating life skills development. This will increase the confidence of beneficiaries, engage them in activities designed to reduce anxiety and depression and develop their key life skills such as money management.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 Ham Dingle Primary School

This group will use the funding to create an outdoor play area on an area of land within their playground which is currently unused for safety purposes. This will improve the schools facilities for the benefit of the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 Wyken Croft Primary School

The school in Coventry will use the funding to improve the school?s outdoor space for out of school clubs and wrap around care. This will help engage the pupil?s in imaginative and creative tasks, improving motor, communication and social skills and well-being.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 Henley Green Primary School

The school in Coventry will use the funding to renovate a small area of land into a play area where the children can play and learn. This will improve the environment ensuring safer places, free from anti social behaviour and crime.

£4,034 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 Amirah Foundation CIC

Fighting Back

£53,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 United Benefice of St Mary's and St Anne's, Moseley

St Mary's Moseley Churchyard Access and Heritage Project

£69,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 Garden Organic

Growing from your roots

£71,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2015 South Earlsdon Neighbours Association

Earlsdon‘«÷s Victorian drinking fountain ‘«Ű restored as a community resource and focus for learning

£9,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2015 NLF (UPC)

This is a project by a charity in Bilston, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to improve accessibility to their community centre and deliver a series of activity sessions for the community from the centre. This will improve the building and address a lack of service provision locally.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2015 Fourth Wall Kings Heath (14-19) Company

The group will use the funding to provide theatre and debate sessions to young people enabling them to express their views on social change and cohesion through art. This will celebrate community identity, culture, diversity and achievements.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Feb 2015 Hanley All Saints Social Club

This is a project by a community organisation in Stoke on Trent. The group will use the funding to provide fitness instruction and a number of training courses and activities for young people at risk of anti-social behaviour. This will enable beneficiaries' to gain recognised qualifications and develop new skills increasing their confidence, self esteem and aspirations.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Feb 2015 Young and Dishy

The project will use the funding to provide young people with learning disabilities the opportunity to grown their own vegetables and learn how to cook healthy meals. They will also have the chance to take part in exercise and dance sessions, helping them to acquire life skills and a healthier lifestyle.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
20 Feb 2015 Hanley St Luke's CofE Aided Primary School

The school in Stoke-on-Trent will use the funding to develop an all year round outdoor learn and play project. An interactive shelter will provide children and their families with a place to learn, play and socialise. This will help children develop knowledge and skills in a wide variety of areas including health, literacy and numeracy.

£9,790 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 Telford College of Arts and Technology

The Further Education college will use the funding to create a sensory room for young people with severe and profound learning disabilities. This will provide beneficiaries with a space where they can engage and interact through specialised equipment as a means of improving their overall health and wellbeing.

£9,987 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 St Patrick's Festival

The Birmingham group will use the funding to deliver after school cultural activities which will involve preparing decorations, banners, art work, music and dance for St Patrick?s Festival parade. This will help school children learn about other cultures through art.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 Beats a bar Music Project Ltd

The Wolverhampton group will use the funding to deliver creative music technology workshops for NEET young people. This will improve young people?s life skills, literacy, numeracy, IT skills, employability and entrepreneurial skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Feb 2015 Arzhang Pezhman

Rubble

£5,716 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 SUFI Trust

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to provide a series of skills based and social activities for disadvantaged BME people for whom English is a second language. This will increase the confidence and self esteem and beneficiaries, encourage them to use English more and promote community cohesion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2015 Shakespeare Drive Allotment Association

The community organisation in Solihull will use the funding to install an eco-toilet. This will improve the allotment?s environment, increase regular use and potentially overall membership.

£1,273 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2015 (T.E.D.S.)

The charity in Birmingham will use the funding to provide transport for older people and people with disabilities to enable them to access community activities to reduce isolation. This will improve mobility, confidence and alleviate isolation in the community.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2015 Black Country Visual Arts

Exodus: Movement of a People

£12,200 Arts Council England
18 Feb 2015 Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre Trust Ltd

4 Squares Weekender

£150,000 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Riding for the Disabled Association

This is a project by a charity in Warwick, serving the South West. The group will use the funding to deliver training to new volunteers across 31 riding groups to enable the organisation to provide more riding classes to people living with disabilities. This will increase the capacity of the organisation to engage with more participants that will benefit from access to a healthy, recreational activity.

£4,300 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 Craven Arms Area Youth Group

The Shropshire group will use the funding to deliver community events which benefit elderly residents, toddlers, young adults from a multicultural community. This will broaden young people?s experiences, raise expectations and celebrate community identity, culture, diversity and achievements.

£7,028 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 Funding Pending Live Art

The Birmingham will use the funding to organise creative arts workshops for the local community, working towards creating a set based on different cultures which will be exhibited at summer art festivals. This will allow participants to learn about other cultures through art.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2015 Wyre Forest District Council

KAF - Kidderminster Arts Festival

£26,833 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Robyn Winfield-Smith

HOWARD BARKER DOUBLE BILL: Arcola Studio 2 Nov-Dec

£34,000 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 Ex Cathedra Limited

Exceptional awards

£145,000 Arts Council England
17 Feb 2015 St Patrick s Festival

Birmingham St Patrick s Festival: Fringe Events

£15,000 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 Elemental Wellbeing

This is a project by a charity in Coventry. The group will use the funding to provide information and practical support to people experiencing metal distress or mental health problems. This will instil the beneficiaries with a sense of purpose and a sense of belonging to the wider community.

£9,860 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2015 Zoe Partington

Sound Canvas II

£17,600 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 Temple Theatre

Norsesome national tour

£13,993 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 Birmingham Dance Network

Birmingham Dance Network: PROJECT BHAM

£14,434 Arts Council England
16 Feb 2015 Jo Gane

Daguerreotypes and The JHB Archive

£12,210 Arts Council England
14 Feb 2015 The Youth Essential Theatre Group Association and School of

This is a project by a community group in Willenhall, West Midlands. The group will use the funding for an engagement project with health, communication, dance, drama and craft workshops for people with disabilities. This will improve beneficiaries? wellbeing, self esteem and life skills and will reduce isolation.

£8,590 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Busy Bees

The Shropshire group will use the funding to install updated outdoor play equipment due to health and safety hazards and to support the needs of pupils living with disabilities. This will improve the urban environment and ensure a safer place free from anti social behaviour.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Way Ahead Support Services

The charity in Warwick will use the funding to develop their centre located in the most deprived ward of Leamington Spa with aims to deliver sessions that offer those living with disabilities new skills, opportunities and confidence building. This will build capacity for community engagement and reduce isolation.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Wood Lane Primary School

The school in Stoke-on-Trent will use the funding to install a canopy within their playground which will allow for outdoor play and additional activities during periods of inclement weather. This will improve the schools facilities for the benefit of both pupils and the wider community.

£8,860 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Brownmead Primary Academy

The academy will use the funding tocreate an outdoor learning area where a school leader will introduce pupils to the therapeutic benefits of the outdoors. This will help to reduce isolation, broaden young people?s experiences and raise expectations.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Warstones Primary School

The school in Wolverhampton will use the funding to offer weekly karate classes for children at the school and from the local community. The project will also provide mentoring sessions for SEN children. This will provide children with the opportunity to access regular exercise to improve their health and fitness.

£9,925 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 St Dominics Catholic Primary School

The school in Stone, Staffordshire will use the funding to create an ICT suite and deliver extracurricular workshops for children and their parents. This will improve the capacity of the school and enable beneficiaries to participate in community life.

£9,754 Big Lottery Fund
13 Feb 2015 Mount Nod Primary School

The school in Coventry will use the funding to renovate the school playground surface and add play apparatus. This will improve drainage reducing the likelihood of flooding, improving the environment as well as improving the well-being of the pupils and the wider community.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund