Lottery grants awarded to West Midlands

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
13 Feb 2015 Autism Inclusion CIC

This is a project by a community organisation in Alcester serving beneficiaries in Redditch, Wyre Forest and Warwick. The group will use the funding to provide training courses and support groups for parents of children with autism and other associated learning disabilities, in which they can learn coping strategies for dealing with their child's issues, and share experiences with other parents.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 Wednesfield Aces Cycle Speedway Club

This is a project by a community organisation in Wednesfield, Wolverhampton. The group will use the funding to provide young people with opportunities to participate in indoor cycling and provide volunteer experience for unemployed people. This will broaden young people?s experiences and strengthen community sector capacity.

£9,976 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 Institute

This is a project by a charity in Wyre Forest, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to purchase, wire and install a projector for use in the main hall of the village hall. This will reduce health and safety risks by creating a safer environment and increase community usage of the hall.

£2,153 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 Fordhall Community Land Initiative Limited

This is a project by an industrial and provident society in Market Drayton, Shropshire. The group will use the funding to improve the biodiversity, access and inter-activeness of their nature trails and to host a series of family day events and holiday activities. This will improve the facilities of this rurally located group for the benefit of the community and encourage family learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 Frankley Community High School

The school in Birmingham will use the funding to raise awareness of domestic abuse as well as promote resilience in teenage relationships and educate parents on e-safety. This will develop life skills and so promote personal independence and interactions with others.

£7,827 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 ARC CIC

This is a project by a community organisation in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. The group will use the funding to deliver forestry and camping activities for young people. This will broaden the beneficiaries? experiences and engage them in activities designed to reduce instances of anti-social behaviour.

£7,260 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 3rd Worcester Scout Group

The charity in Worcester will use the funding to renovate their kitchen which is in disrepair and provide additional storage space. This will allow children acquire basic cooking skills by learning how to use a kitchen safely and hygienically.

£9,180 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 2015 BOM (Birmingham Open Media)

Building Digital Capacity through Skills Sharing

£14,995 Arts Council England
11 Feb 2015 City Waterside Residents Association

The community organisation in Stoke-on-Trent will use the funding for a feasibility study into a suitable new community building and what local requirements the community has. This will provide the group with information on where they can best continue their community work as they are due to be evicted from their current community building.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Recre8now

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver a series of drama based workshop for young offenders and young people at risk of offending which will culminate in a community performance. This will engage beneficiaries in positive activities designed to raise awareness of the negative consequences of participating in anti-social behaviour and provide them with the opportunity to make informed decisions regarding their future conduct.

£9,930 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Gospel Oak Community Centre

This is a project by a charity in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver a youth leadership course aimed at young people living within a deprived area. This will remove barriers to employment, enhance life skills and support the training needs of volunteers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 ASPIE

This is a project by a charity in Worcester. The group will use the funding to provide website design and micro-business training for adults with Aspergers. This will improve inter-personal and social skills as well as employability.

£9,475 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 2wheeldirtjunkie Limited

This is a project by a community organisation in Warwickshire. The group will use the funding to organise cycling workshops for young people making them aware of cycling safety around the general public. This will actively encourage young people to use cycling as a means of transport and exercise.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 The House on the Corner Community Project Limited

This is a project by a charity in Walsall, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to provide a series of healthy activities and residential trips for older people. This will engage beneficiaries in activities designed to improve their overall health and wellbeing.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
11 Feb 2015 Signpost Inclusion CIC

This is a project by a community organisation in Solihull, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to provide support sessions and outdoor activities for siblings of children with physical and learning disabilities. This will improve family cohesion through providing siblings with a support mechanism and raising their awareness about their role within the family.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Aspire Sports Trust

This is a project by a charity in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver various physical activity sessions for children and their parents at local primary schools. This will improve beneficiaries? health through increasing their levels of physical activity.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Engage Communities CIC

The Stoke on Trent group will use the funding to provide an outreach mentoring programme for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. By engaging the young people in sports activities it will improve their health and wellbeing and also promote social cohesion and tackle youth crime.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Ashperton Parish Council, ( Herefordshire)

This is a project by a parish council in Herefordshire. The group will use the funding to refurbish the village hall?s kitchen. This will improve the usage of this community building.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Bredon Community Play & Recreation

This is a project by a community organisation in Wychavon, Worcestershire. The group will use the funding to deliver a variety of community events, activities and volunteer training opportunities for the local community. This will enhance the volunteer?s skill set and increase community cohesion.

£9,885 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Newdigate Road Allotments Association

This is a project by a community organisation in Warwickshire. The group will use the funding to extend their chalet; this will increase the size of the venue allowing disabled groups better access. This will improve the facility the group has to offer which the wider community can enjoy.

£3,558 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2015 Vivid

RADICAL NETWORKS

£70,680 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 transient-art

GAME OVER

£2,141 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 Antonio Roberts

?Chip 3

£3,982 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 BIRMINGHAM & SOLIHULL MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION TRU

BEDLAM - The Festival of Mad Ideas

£15,000 Arts Council England
10 Feb 2015 Science Forward

A Theatrical Song Cycle highlighting Food Crime

£14,850 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 The Monday Night Club

The project will use the funding to organise digital media workshops for people with disabilities. This will increase the their skill set and assist in building confidence.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2015 Diddlebury Village Hall

The aim of this project is to provide a facility that is capable of hosting activities and services in a fit for purpose facility. As a result the applicant will be able to provide new events that will stimulate community socialisation and help develop skills and attract vulnerable and hard to reach groups within the community.

£40,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2015 Over 50s Club

The Nuneaton and Bedworth group will use the funding to provide regular social activities, low impact keep fit sessions and have speakers come and liaise with the over 50?s members of the community centre. This will reduce isolation and ensure the elderly have regular social interaction.

£2,640 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2015 The Coleshill Hub

The charity in Coleshill, North Warwickshire will use the funding to purchase IT equipment and train volunteers to provide older people with the opportunity to gain computer skills through drop in sessions and structured courses. This will provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to learn IT skills to enable them to access information on local services and support.

£8,139 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2015 Wolverhampton Community Radio Training Ltd

This is a project by a community organisation in Wolverhampton. The group will use the funding to provide a community radio station to highlight community activities and to inform the diverse population of the help and support that is available locally for people with disabilities, LGBT and BME communities. This will build strength, cohesion and engagement within the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2015 Zebra Access

Deaffest International Film and Arts Festival

£81,024 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 Herefordshire Council

Wye Valley River Festival 2016 Global Artery R&D

£8,000 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 Ian Giles

Free Time (a re-enactment and installation)

£6,295 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 Claire Leavey

The International Poetry Reincarnation

£14,430 Arts Council England
9 Feb 2015 Diddlebury Village Hall

The aim of this project is to provide a facility that is capable of hosting activities and services in a fit for purpose facility. As a result the applicant will be able to provide new events that will stimulate community socialisation and help develop skills and attract vulnerable and hard to reach groups within the community.

£29,540 Big Lottery Fund
8 Feb 2015 Three Trees Community Centre

This project aims to enhance the lives and life choices of the local community. This is achieved through addressing people?s health and employment needs, social isolation and exclusion as well as youth activities.

£22,788 Big Lottery Fund
7 Feb 2015 The Doves Group

The Stoke on Trent group will use the funding to organise volunteer training to help support Femal Genital Mutilation survivors. This will offer emotional support to beneficiaries, increasing their self esteem and confidence through counselling.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Feb 2015 Callow Parish Hall

The group will use the funding to refurbish their outdated kitchen to comply with current health and hygiene regulations for the benefit of the local community. This will improve the facilities the parish hall has to offer, which the wider community can enjoy.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
6 Feb 2015 Haydn Festival Trust

English Haydn Festival

£5,000 Arts Council England
5 Feb 2015 Grab a Grandparent

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to organise a befriending service for older people . This will reduce loneliness and isolation in older people.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Howley Grange Primary School

The school Halesowen, West Midlands will use the funding for outdoor wooden classrooms which can be used by pupils and the community. This will provide facilities for extracurricular activities for use by pupils, the onsite nursery, playgroups and other schools and community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 The Royal Society For The Prevention Of Accidents

This is a project by a charity in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to provide support and advice to vulnerable families to raise awareness of potential risks in the home that could cause injuries to children. This will provide guidance about risks associated with children as they develop and become independent to prevent accidents within the home.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Dudley Advocacy Limited

Dudley Advocacy Limited (DAL) will expand the existing service to support more people with a learning disability to lead more independent lives.

£296,892 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 GT Bridge Community Forum

GT Bridge Community Forum (GBCF) aims to engage people over the age of 60 in healthy activities to reduce isolation and improve physical and mental wellbeing in Sandwell.

£77,566 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Cranmore Infant School

The Solihull, West Midlands group will use the funding to create a community garden area that will be used to grow food produce as part of a wider initiative to introduce healthy living projects for pupils and parents and to train their eco team in school garden maintenance.

£9,964 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 2-Tone Central Ltd

The Coventry group will use the funding to deliver self esteem and self confidence building workshops for those who are socially isolated.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Coventry Women Empowerment Forum (CWEF)

The Coventry group will use the funding to provide healthy eating awareness workshops and activities to tackle obesity and social isolation. This will provide members of the African community with information and activities to improve their health and wellbeing.

£8,812 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 The Colwich and Little Haywood Village Hall

The charity in Stafford will use the funding to replace the thermoplastic flooring and large windows within the main village hall which is causing health and safety issues for beneficiaries. This will improve community buildings and increase the usage of facilities.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Our Lady of the Wayside RC School

This is a project by a school in Solihull. The group will use the funding to install a range of outdoor play equipment. This will provide children and members of the local community with better access to play facilities that are not available in the local area. It will also improve their health, wellbeing and development.

£7,966 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2015 Royal Shakespeare Company

Royal Shakespeare Company (TOP) ? Capital stage two

£3,000,000 Arts Council England
4 Feb 2015 Ballingham Bolstone & Hentland Group Parish Council

This is a project by Ballingham Bolstone and Hentland Parish Council in Herefordshire. The group will use the funding for a parish neighbourhood plan for the local area. This will enable the community to identify local needs in areas such as employment, housing and flood prevention and develop a plan address them.

£7,060 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Pathway to Success at Kingsbury Training Independent School

The school in Birmingham will use the funding for improvements to their school playing field. This will mean the field which is currently potholed and unusable can be used for extracurricular play and sports activities which will improve the wellbeing and fitness of beneficiaries.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Great Bridge Primary School

The school in Sandwell, West Midlands will use the funding to deliver extracurricular healthy lifestyles activities and workshops for children at risk of poor health. This will create awareness of healthy lifestyles and wellbeing amongst beneficiaries.

£9,672 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Crowmoor Primary School

This is a project by a school in Shropshire. The group will use the funding to install an outdoor gym area with various items of equipment for use extra curricular activities. This will address health inequalities through educational and information projects.

£9,379 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Staffordshire South West Citizens Advice Bureau

The Stafford group will use the funding to install safety equipment for volunteers and IT equipment for users of the Citizens Advice Bureau to enable them to operate effectively in their new premises. This will strengthen voluntary sector capacity and infrastructure.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2015 Packmoor Primary School

The school in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire will use the funding to provide an all weather pavilion that will be used to deliver a range of extracurricular activities that promote healthier lifestyles. This will improve the health and wellbeing of its pupils and the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 WC4C

This is a project by a charity in Wolverhampton. The group will use the funding to deliver conferences that address gang violence to wider communities. This will build capacity for community engagement and broaden young people?s experiences and raise expectations.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 WS7.5 Modern Pentathlon Club

This is a project by a community organisation in Lichfield. The group will use the funding to deliver various sporting activities to people within an area of deprivation. This will increase community participation in physical activities which have been designed to confront identified health and well being issues of local people, particularly those most in need.

£9,490 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 St. Augustine's Catholic Primary School

The primary school in Kenilworth, Warwickshire will use the funding to install children?s play equipment within their playground. This will improve the facilities of the school for the benefit of both pupils and the wider community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Small Heath Boxing Club Limited

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver a supplementary education employment training programme for disadvantaged NEET and young people. This will help improve young people's Maths, English and ICT skills and support those who are NEET gain a coaching accreditation.

£9,691 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Stratton Street Community Project

The community organisation in Wolverhampton will use the funding to deliver various short courses, enhancing employability, communication skills and personal development. This will remove barriers to employment, develop life skills and so promote personal independence and interactions with others.

£9,961 Big Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2015 Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School

The school in Coventry will use the funding to provide tablet computers to enable children to learn IT skills on modern equipment and to provide an afterschool club for pupils, parents and grandparents to learn with their children. This will provide beneficiaries with the opportunity to learn and improve their IT and family skills.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Active Club

This is a project by a community organisation in Walsall. The group will use the funding to deliver extracurricular gymnastic sessions. This will increase community participation in physical activities which have identified health and wellbeing issues of local people.

£9,973 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Mid Staffordshire Mencap

The aim of this new project is to support people with a learning disability in the Staffordshire area with matters concerning finances, debt and benefits.

£85,320 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Bedworth Heath Youth Project

The charity in Bedworth Heath, Warwickshire will use the funding to deliver courses and activities for local unemployed young people, in an area with inadequate youth provision and rising crime. This will develop their knowledge and skills, improving their educational, social and employability chances.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 Urban Hax CIC

This is a project by a community organisation in Wednesbury West Midlands. The group will use the funding to organise an open access crafts work shop for the local community. This will allow beneficiaries to learn new skills in crafts using recycled materials.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 WMYDMYB

This is a project by a community organisation in Malvern Hills. The group will use the funding to deliver coffee mornings and stay and play sessions to parents caring for children living with disabilities. This will improve family skills and develop life skills and so promote personal independence and interaction with others.

£9,953 Big Lottery Fund
2 Feb 2015 DESIPULP

Research & Development for MR NICENESS

£15,000 Arts Council England
31 Jan 2015 Lansanda CIC

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to acquire IT equipment and deliver workshops for older people who are isolated. This will improve the capacity of the group and enable beneficiaries to have the necessary skills to be part of the digital age.

£9,956 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2015 10th Worcester Scout Group

This is a project by a community organisation in Worcester. The group will use the funding to purchase a box trailer and associated security equipment. This will enable the group to transport camping equipment to and from camps, enhancing experiences for young people.

£5,476 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2015 Lansanda CIC

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to acquire IT equipment and deliver workshops for older people who are isolated. This will improve the capacity of the group and enable beneficiaries to have the necessary skills to be part of the digital age.

£3,196 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Node Connexion C.I.C

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to run a pilot advice project for non English speaking NEET East African migrants to establish an innovative central information and advice resource for refugees. This will strengthen community sector capacity and infrastructure.

£9,972 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 The Haven Wolverhampton

The community organisation in Wolverhampton will use the funding to deliver a peer led support group for female victims of domestic abuse. This will provide support to beneficiaries to enable independent living, improved wellbeing advice and how they can access housing, finance and other services.

£9,094 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Sandwell Museum Service

Who were the Best Girls? - Pushing the Boundaries with interpretation and exhibition display

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Mitchell Memorial Youth Arts Centre Ltd

RJ Mitchell - The Living Memorial

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2015 Birmingham LGBT

SHOUT: Strategic development & boutique festival

£47,555 Arts Council England
30 Jan 2015 PITT Studio & Division of Labour

Division of Labour Visual Art Programme

£46,500 Arts Council England
30 Jan 2015 Society of Chief Librarians

Shakespeare Lives (Libraries Fund)

£14,920 Arts Council England
30 Jan 2015 Rinkoo Barpaga

Am I Funny? Can deaf people do stand up?

£23,960 Arts Council England
29 Jan 2015 St. John-in-Bedwardine Parish Church

The charity in Worcester will use the funding to train volunteers to support a new film and lunch club, for disadvantaged older men who are experiencing the negative effects of loneliness. This will provide them with a social and supportive environment helping them to hold a more positive outlook. This will also enhance volunteering opportunities providing valuable experience and training.

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jan 2015 Daniel Strutt

Development and Testing of Digital Dance Innovation

£14,889 Arts Council England
28 Jan 2015 Sandwell Community school

This is a project by a school in Tipton, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to provide outdoor forest school activities for disadvantaged young people who experience emotional and behavioural difficulties. This will allow access to positive learning experiences.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 Shakti Women in the Community

The Birmingham group will use the funding to deliver a series of confidence building and skills workshops for women. This will provide beneficiaries with a range of skills that will improve their confidence and self esteem.

£9,620 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 County Bridge Community Association

The charity in Walsall will use the funding to provide a range of social activities for local families and older people, such as keep fit sessions, craft sessions and social trips. This will improve community cohesion through bringing local people together to interact and form positive social relationships.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jan 2015 St Mark's Malachi

St Mark's Malachi

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Two Rivers High School

This is a project by a school in Tamworth, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to install challenging outdoor play equipment for disadvantaged children living with disabilities and other community groups. This will improve the local environment through creation of an outdoor play resource accessible to the whole community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 City of Stoke on Trent Sixth Form College

The college in Stoke-On-Trent will use the funding to provide a series of workshops for parents and carers of pupils that will equip them with the skills to support their child?s learning. This will increase the confidence of beneficiaries and provide them with the necessary skills to improve their child?s academic attainment.

£9,695 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Charterhouse Coventry Preservation Trust

Charterhouse Heritage Park Phase 1, Coventry

£4,729,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2015 Vamos Theatre

"The Best Thing" Vamos touring programme 2015 -16

£94,892 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 And Some

`Emerald Dreams?

£14,900 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2015 Lichfield Festival

Lichfield Festival: New Commissioning & Residencies

£12,364 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2015 BE FESTIVAL

Organisational development: fundraising capacity

£14,295 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2015 Mark Latimer

12 Performances of The Imperfect Pearl

£39,985 Arts Council England
26 Jan 2015 Bromsgrove and Redditch Network (BARN)

The group will use the funding to provide a package of training and interventions to support volunteer development across a range of work sectors. This will improve beneficiaries volunteering and employment opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2015 Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

Dudley Historic Core Townscape Heritage Scheme

£1,222,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2015 St Michael's Anglican/Methodist Church, Hall Green

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding for community garden and gardening activities at their community centre. This will provide a facility that the community groups for young people, disabled people and older people can enjoy and will help improve their health and wellbeing in this urban area.

£9,584 Big Lottery Fund
24 Jan 2015 Manor Farm Community Association

The main strands of this project include befriending, home help and maintenance, transport and both a social and cultural activity programme based for older people in Walsall.

£325,467 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Moby Duck Ltd

The Dream Eater

£48,928 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 Moving Hands Theatre

The Adventures of a Boy (working title)

£14,000 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2015 Tanya Raabe-Webber

InternationalSummit: Portrayed

£13,134 Arts Council England