Lottery grants awarded to West Midlands

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
23 Jan 2015 Charles Coddy Walker Academy

The group will use the funding to install play and exercise equipment for use by all children during extra curricular activities, weekends and holidays. This will improve the outdoor facilities available which will help reduce levels of obesity amongst children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 'Friends'

The group will use the funding to provide tricycles, cycles and go-carts to encourage disabled children to be more physically active when participating in extracurricular activities. This will provide an opportunity for beneficiaries to participate in physical activities and encourage them to lead a more active lifestyle.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Violets in bloom

The charity in Lichfield will use the funding to create a memorial garden for bereaved parents within their local cemetery. This will improve the facilities of the cemetery by providing a dedicated space where beneficiaries can mourn and remember their lost children.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Tudor Grange Academy

Gheluvelt Re-imagined

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 The Phoenix Collegiate

In memory of the fallen of West Bromwich

£6,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Herefordshire Amphibian and Reptile Team

Pooling Together - Reviving the Wetland Landscape

£67,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 University of Keele

WW1 ΤΗτ Science and Heritage

£22,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Culture Coventry

The Story of Children's Television From 1946 to Today

£36,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 everyBODY dance

Progress - a creative journey through 250 years of medical practice in Worcestershire

£25,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association

Write into the Future - Steps to Sustainability

£19,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2015 Sporting Communities Community Interest Company

Bridge to the Future

£36,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Rosemary Holden

Personal development as a disability arts producer

£10,902 Arts Council England
22 Jan 2015 Sir Frank Whittle Primary School

A school in Coventry will use the funding to provide parents with play leader training. This will enable parents from the community to hold extracurricular activities and events for the children at the school and become role models within the community.

£9,618 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Moat Farm Junior School

The group will use the funding to organise before and after school clubs to support children most in need of developing their educational attainment. This will allow them to develop and improve on their learning.

£9,521 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2015 Litter Watch

This is a project by a charity in Tipton, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to deliver environmental conservation and fishing workshops for people living with mental health issues. This will reduce social isolation for beneficiaries and engage them in therapeutic activities designed to improve their overall health and wellbeing.

£9,977 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Performances Birmingham Limited

SoundLounge Collective

£12,680 Arts Council England
21 Jan 2015 Adam Rutherford

Never Going Home Again: Rutherford Dance Company

£15,000 Arts Council England
21 Jan 2015 Tenbury Music Festival

The Tenbury, Worcestershire group will use the funding for a community music and arts festival. This will provide an opportunity for all of the community to come together and participate in the festivals activities.

£6,638 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 Claverley CofE Primary School

The school in Claverley, Shropshire will use the funding to install play equipment in their school grounds, for children to use in breaks and after school. This will improve provision for them to enjoy active and physical play, in a rural area with limited play facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jan 2015 mac birmingham

mac makes music

£153,005 Arts Council England
21 Jan 2015 Telford & Wrekin Music

North West Midlands Youth Music Partnership

£160,000 Arts Council England
20 Jan 2015 Steve Griffiths

Late Love Poems performance by Steve Griffiths

£14,900 Arts Council England
19 Jan 2015 Saskia Watkin

The Generations Tour

£12,000 Arts Council England
19 Jan 2015 Bethel Health and Healing Network

The charity in Birmingham will use the funding to develop a joint strategic plan to explore collaborative ways of working with other local voluntary support services. This will develop the capacity of the group to deliver joined up and more efficient and effective services for marginalised and vulnerable beneficiaries.

£9,804 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Friends of Cotteridge Park

The group will use the funding to deliver physical outdoor activities where adults and children have the chance to discover the environment within the community. This will increase community participation in physical and creative activities which have been designed to confront identified health and well-being issues of local people, particularly those most in need.

£6,480 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2015 Rural Media Company

Random Acts Network Centres

£597,417 Arts Council England
19 Jan 2015 Alan McLean

Misunderstood

£15,000 Arts Council England
19 Jan 2015 Many & Varied

Many & Varied: Community Building Events

£14,950 Arts Council England
16 Jan 2015 China Plate Ltd

First Bite & Bite Size Festivals 2015

£27,248 Arts Council England
16 Jan 2015 Grand Union

Grand Union public programme 2015?17

£122,800 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 They Are Here

I ll Bring You Flowers

£14,000 Arts Council England
15 Jan 2015 YMCA Wolverhampton

This is a project by a community organisation in Wolverhampton. The group will use the funding to hold one to one support sessions to young people who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. This will enable the young people to seek support, guidance and advice during difficult circumstances involving domestic abuse, substance misuse and bullying.

£9,811 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2015 Ambur Community Radio Limited

The Walsall, West Midlands group will use the funding to deliver a digital enterprise skills training programme for young people interested in community radio. This will broaden the young people?s experiences and promote social cohesion.

£9,229 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2015 Greenholm Primary School

The academy in Birmingham will use the funding to install a gazebo within their playground to support the delivery of extracurricular activities. This will improve the schools facilities for the benefit of both pupils and a range of local VCS groups.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2015 Staffordshire OCD Support Group

This is a project by a community organisation in Newcastle-under-Lyme. The group will use the funding to deliver a marketing campaign to raise awareness of the OCD support group in the community. This will address health inequalities through educational and information projects.

£2,650 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2015 Home-Start Shropshire Ltd

This is a new project which will work with vulnerable women during and after pregnancy, thereby helping to improve outcomes for parents and children and address the need for-one to-one support. Each year 60 or more volunteers will be recruited to support 250 parents-to-be during the life of the project and a specific Home-Start antenatal support training module will be developed for volunteers. The organisation will also work with antenatal maternity services to give parents better support and information.

£337,523 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2015 River Dee Community Church

River Dee Community Church

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2015 Aymestrey Village Hall

The charity in Herefordshire will use the funding to add a second toilet and completely redesign the ladies bathroom. This will improve facilities and increase community usage of the village hall and facilities.

£9,891 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 SheWolf

Cavesong Symphony in a Miner Key

£14,831 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Victoria Patch

Singing Dragon Books 1 and 11

£13,131 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Jason Tilley

Hillfields Happening

£9,000 Arts Council England
13 Jan 2015 Friends of Castle Wood School

This is a project by a charity in Coventry. The group will use the funding to run a summer play scheme for children who live with physical disabilities and special educational needs. This will enable the participants to take part in fun and constructive activities during the summer holidays which will improve motor coordination, health and fitness.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 Castle Vale Nursery School

The school in Birmingham will use the funding to create an outdoor adventure playground as a means of encouraging creative thinking and physical activity. This will improve the facilities of the school for the benefit of the wider school community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 Letting in the Light

This is a project by a community organisation in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. The group will use the funding for an intergenerational project where schoolchildren visit older people in residential care. This will enable the children to develop new skills and will improve intergenerational community cohesion and reduce isolation.

£7,900 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jan 2015 St Mary's Church of England Primary School

This is a project by a school in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver a week of workshops and events for parents and pupils that will raise awareness of the dangers of misusing Information Technology. This will engage beneficiaries in educational activities that will develop their life skills and contribute to ensuring their personal safety.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Flatpack Festival Ltd

Flatpack Film Festival 2015 and 2016

£120,000 Arts Council England
12 Jan 2015 Yemeni Community Association in Sandwell Limited

This is a project by a community organisation in West Bromwich, Birmingham. The group will use the funding to hold structured positive activity sessions for fathers and their sons. This will enable the beneficiaries to take part in activities together designed to increase the bond between them, and encourage the young people to take part in positive activities rather than anti-social behaviour and crime.

£9,744 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2015 Home-Start Bartley Green and Quinton

This is a project by a charity in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to create a family group that delivers social and recreational activities aimed at vulnerable families with children. This will reduce isolation, develop a social network and allow access to recreational and educational facilities to families with low incomes.

£9,315 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jan 2015 Bishop Ullathorne Catholic School

This is a project by a school in Coventry. The group will use the funding to provide extra-curricular physical activity sessions for school children with special educational needs, including physical games and activities, as well as advice and information about healthy eating. This will improve beneficiaries? health through increasing their levels of physical activity and raising awareness of the benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jan 2015 St. Peter & St. Pauls Catholic Primary School

This is a project by a school in Newport, Shropshire. The group will use the funding to build an outside classroom. This will enable the pupils at the school to take part in outside learning activities that will include a forest school, linked activities with a local nursery and an eco gardening club.

£9,760 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 Royal Shakespeare Company

Royal Shakespeare Company - Capital stage two

£2,146,800 Arts Council England
7 Jan 2015 Peter Day

Pictures of My Father

£12,650 Arts Council England
7 Jan 2015 RNIB

Established in 1949 Royal National Instituteof Blind is an internationally recognised charity with a royal charter, and a world leader in advocacy and service provision, supporting everyone affected by sight loss. It seeks to ensure blind and partially sighted (BPS) people enjoy the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and quality of life as sighted people.

£406,178 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 South Aston United Reformed Church

This is a project by a charity in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to establish a community cafe offering healthy meals and takeaways, for disadvantaged older people. This will improve their health and wellbeing through access to healthy meals and social opportunities. This will also act as a community hub providing them with signposting and support.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 Grandborough W.I

The group will use the funding to hold a crafts workshop and invite outside speakers to deliver a series of presentations on a range of topics which will include travel, history, transport, auctions, gardening and gift wrapping. This will reduce rural isolation for beneficiaries, many of whom are older people with limited mobility.

£1,029 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 Islamic Education Cultural Centre & Quran Academy

The charity in Birmingham will use the funding to deliver reading and listening skills sessions for women who are experiencing a sense of isolation, low self esteem and a lack of confidence. This will aim to reduce isolation and allow women to engage in positive social interaction whilst learning new skills.

£9,928 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jan 2015 Staffordshire Neurological Alliance Ltd

This is a project by a charity in Stafford. The group will use the funding to recruit and train volunteers to become Neurological Advocates, who aim to provide services to those affected by neurological disorders within the local area. This will encourage beneficiaries to plan and voice their needs, this will give those affected the chance to improve their mental health and well being.

£8,850 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 Kajans Women's Enterprise Limited

This is a project by a charity in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to deliver a programme of supplementary education to support school students not currently achieving the required standards. This will provide beneficiaries with additional educational support that will lead to greater chances in life.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 Northfield Road Primary School

The school in Dudley, West Midlands will use the funding to create a community news resource area, to share news and celebratory events for low income and single parent families. This will engage them in positive social activities, encouraging greater cohesion and increased opportunities for families.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 Bears Wheelchair Basketball Club

The group will use the funding to purchase new equipment and train more volunteers in order to provide wheelchair basketball taster sessions in local primary schools. This will build the group?s capacity and enable them to reach a wider range of end user beneficiaries.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 Oakhill Primary School

The school in Stoke on Trent will use the funding to provide students with parenting, drug prevention and planning skills training. This will enable the participants to learn new life skills which they will use going forward into adulthood and will result in improved personal development.

£9,905 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 IDEAS

This is a project by a charity in Aldridge, West Midlands. The group will use the funding to provide independent specialist advice, advocacy and support for children who have dyslexia and their parents and carers. This will provide the beneficiaries with access to information and guidance which will enable improved learning, wellbeing and health prospects.

£9,894 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2015 The History Hub Limited

The group will use the funding to create a website and up-skill volunteers in order to help them develop their CV writing skills. This will improve the skills of beneficiaries and strengthen the capacity of the group and other VCS organisations.

£6,250 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jan 2015 re:stoke

The Voyagers

£37,790 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2015 Artrix

Artrix 10th Birthday Programme

£14,800 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2015 The Bone Ensemble

Chocolate ? the Cabaret R&D / company development

£11,705 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2015 Matt Parker

The Imitation Archive

£4,725 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2015 Patricia Crummay

Adventures In Bookmaking

£8,885 Arts Council England
5 Jan 2015 Nechells POD CIC

This is the development of a Nechells project which aims to provide a community hub to engage the local community in a range of personal development and positive activities which promote wellbeing and community cohesion. Activities include adult learning, employability courses, Pilates, debt advice and first aid which are being offered in addition to the GCSE English, literacy and numeracy courses being delivered. The project will also establish a community cafe run by local residents.

£293,950 Big Lottery Fund
29 Dec 2014 Gujrati ESOL Students Group

This is a project by a community organisation in Wolverhampton. The group will use the funding to deliver healthy activities such as yoga, advice on nutrition, visits to gym and swimming facilities for Asian women. This will enable the group to continue supporting beneficiaries through regular exercise and health promotion.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Dec 2014 Public Health Information For Life

This is a project by a community organisation in Telford, Shropshire. The group will use the funding to continue delivering health information sessions and social activities, for Southeast Asian women. This will improve their health and wellbeing through engaging social activities.

£8,951 Big Lottery Fund
27 Dec 2014 Wheaton Aston and Lapley Village Hall Management Committee

This is a project by a charity in Wheaton Aston, Staffordshire. The group will use the funding to update areas within the village hall in order to comply with health and safety regulations and to allow the space to be fully utilised by the community. This will improve the safety of the hall for the benefit of the wider community.

£9,873 Big Lottery Fund
24 Dec 2014 Witton Lodge Community Association

This new project focuses on improving community well-being and increased integration in the Kingstanding area of Birmingham. WLCA, a social landlord, will develop a hub with activities taking place at the group-run community hall, such as vegetable growing at the orchard, advice services, healthly living classes and employment skills training.

£365,016 Big Lottery Fund
23 Dec 2014 Barbara Walker

Research & Development 2015

£9,517 Arts Council England
23 Dec 2014 Saltley Stallions FC

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham. The group will use the funding to provide young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who are NEET with sports activities, mentoring support and NVQ level 2 training. This will enable the beneficiaries to improve their fitness, receive support from a mentor on issues involving the home and employment and take part in training that will increase the likelihood of finding suitable and sustainable employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Dec 2014 Your Helping Hands

This is a project by a charity in Wolverhampton. The group will use the funding to transform gardens which are hazardous, overgrown and inaccessible for older people. This will enable beneficiaries with restricted mobility to enjoy the safe outdoor environment and improve the local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Dec 2014 Fegg Hayes Methodist Church

Fegg Hayes Methodist Church will create diverse opportunities for local residents to improve the quality of their life through a range of activities and services at a new community hub. As a result of these activities and services, young people will report improved life skills and confidence, older people will be less isolated and more active and local people will report improved community cohesion.

£493,738 Big Lottery Fund
22 Dec 2014 One Voice

It s All About You

£49,997 Arts Council England
21 Dec 2014 The Rotary Club of Worcester Benevolent Trust

This is a project by a charity organisation in Worcester. The group will use the funding to hold an event that will highlight the work of members of the voluntary sector in the area, which will be used as a platform to engage more people in voluntary work moving forwards. This will raise the profile of voluntary opportunities and will encourage increased engagement from the local community.

£4,990 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2014 Integrating Communities Group

The group will use the funding to conduct drop in, IT skills, fitness and healthy living sessions aimed at supporting isolated women and young people from a diverse community. This will enhance their communication and life skills through positive social interaction.

£7,510 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Nick Walker

Sheriff - riding into town

£14,700 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2014 Hannah Graham

Tour of Collidoscope and The Recollection Chair

£12,800 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2014 Abbots Farm Junior School

This is a project by a school in Rugby, Warwickshire. The group will use the funding to provide extracurricular physical activity sessions for pupils from low income families. This will increase beneficiaries access to activities designed to address child health issues such as obesity and sedentary lifestyles.

£9,140 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Crackers Family Forum

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to deliver two Stay and Play groups providing social networking, positive play activities and development support for vulnerable parents within the community. This will provide participants with access to hands on advice and learning to support their child?s development and lead to improved life chances.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Marbles Homemakers

This is a project by a community organisation Great Bridge, West Midlands. The group will use the funding for equipment for an internet cafe and a kitchen refurbishment for their household recycling shop, which is run by people who have experienced poor mental health. This will enable users of the shop to access the internet and information on welfare and benefits and somewhere to discuss their problems enabling community cohesion.

£9,916 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2014 Zaznak Ltd

The community organisation in Holt, Worcestershire will use the funding to purchase materials, required to build rowing boats. This will enable the group to provide rowing based activities to people from disadvantaged backgrounds who are unable to access social, boat based activities which will encourage team work, social integration and fitness.

£9,977 Big Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2014 SP8 of the Art

The Artlands Project Phase 2 (APP2)

£76,200 Arts Council England
18 Dec 2014 Laura Bowler

A Series of Letters

£14,118 Arts Council England
18 Dec 2014 Ross Sports Centre CIC

The group will use the funding to replace the existing windows at this community venue. This will enable the hall to be used more often by the community especially during the winter months as the current windows are old and not well suited at retaining heat.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2014 Bournebrook CofE Primary School

The school in Coventry will use the funding to deliver an extracurricular healthy lifestyles club for pupils. This will engage beneficiaries in activities designed to improve their diets and increase their physical activity levels as a means of addressing health issues such as obesity.

£9,700 Big Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2014 1st Kidderminster Sea Scout, Cub & Beaver Group

This is a project by a charity in Kidderminster, Worcestershire. The group will use the funding to refurbish the scout hut entrance to improve safety and accessibility to the venue. This will improve the community facility by installing safer surfaces and enhancing access.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2014 Staffordshire Care Farming Development CIC

WELLIES Field Sports

£8,400 Sport England
17 Dec 2014 Tudor Grange Academy Redditch

This is a project by an academy in Redditch, Worcestershire. The academy will use the funding to run extracurricular Duke of Edinburgh?s Awards scheme for pupils. This will enable the personal development of the young people, improve life skills and teamwork and allow them to participate in activities they wouldn?t normally undertake.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2014 Haybridge High School and Sixth Form

This is a project by a school in Hagley, Worcestershire. The group will use the funding to purchase new equipment and train staff in order to lead Duke of Edinburgh Award expeditions for school pupils. This will build the group?s capacity and enable them to re-start the award scheme, which provides a range of transferable skills to beneficiaries.

£9,350 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2014 Shree Mandhata Samaj Coventry

This is a project by a charity in Coventry. The group will use the funding to carry out electrical rewiring of the groups building due to health and safety concerns, and install new ceiling lighting. This will improve the safety of this community building and enable the group to extend its current services to more users.

£9,860 Big Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2014 All Saints C E Primary School

This is a project by a school in Coventry. The group will use the funding to provide workshops to disadvantaged young people to promote healthy eating. This will improve opportunities for healthier eating and promote healthier lifestyles.

£8,380 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2014 Next Step Housing Association

The community organisation in Birmingham will use the funding to improve resources within a homeless hostel. This will improve the facilities available to beneficiaries, enable skills sharing in the development of facilities and will provide resources that will assist with education, employment and healthy living.

£9,942 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2014 Worcester Snoezelen

This is a project by a charity in Worcester. The group will use the funding to provide training and equipment in aqua-therapy to enable improved learning experiences for people living physical and learning disabilities. This will improve the health and wellbeing of beneficiaries through increased organisational effectiveness.

£7,404 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2014 Bluestone CIC

This is a project by a community organisation in Ludlow, Shropshire. The group will use the funding to develop a training programme offering practical accredited skills such as horticulture and construction in an informal educational setting to young people at risk of offending or already in the criminal justice system. This will help young people attain life skills and confidence to access employment opportunities and to have a better chance in life.

£9,760 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2014 Churchfield C.E. Primary School P.T.F.A.

The community organisation in Staffordshire will use the funding to purchase laptops to deliver a comprehensive after school ICT programme. This will provide adults and children with the opportunity to access free ICT learning, enhance family learning and give people better chances in life especially adults returning to employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund