Lottery grants awarded to West Midlands

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
18 Jul 2017 Autumn in Malvern

Autumn in Malvern Festival 2017 Programme

£14,950 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2017 The Play House

The Suitcase on the Wardrobe

£11,000 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2017 The Cultural Sisters

The Last Bus

£14,500 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2017 Heidi Murphy

Big Dreamers Festival

£10,648 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2017 Sudanese Community Constitution

This group will use the funding to educate families and adults from the Sudanese community on understanding UK culture, help them address the issues they face and on how to integrate effectively. This will support citizenship and enable participation and integration in community life.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2017 Steps 8 Ltd

This is a project by a community organisation in Tamworth, supporting people in Birmingham. They will use the funding to run dance and music therapy activities which will support people who have specific educational needs or who are living with the effects of mental ill health. This will improve levels of wellbeing for those taking part.

£9,488 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2017 BSEF

This funding will provide an introductory coaching programme to eight secondary schools, weekly community basketball sessions and youth employment courses. This will engage young people in positive activities to develop skills in communication, teamwork and self-confidence, which will improve their academic performance and future employment prospects.

£9,873 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2017 Nevaeh's Oasis

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham, supporting people in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. They will use the funding to deliver a series of therapeutic respite breaks for foster carers. This will address issues surrounding isolation and improve people?s wellbeing.

£9,136 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2017 Malvern Special Families

This funding will help to provide after school clubs for children and young people with special needs. This will allow them to take part in social activities which benefit their development and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2017 Longden and Annscroft PCC

This group will use the funding to install a safe disabled access to its church that is located in a rurally isolated village. This will improve the environment of the facility and bring it in line with current disability legislation and encourage the local community to use the facilities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2017 Friends of Adderley Nursery School and Children?s Centre

Early Years environmental arts practitioners will be funded to provide outdoor learning and play sessions for children. This will increase physical activity and provide opportunities for outdoor play and learning.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2017 Crowle CE First School

A reflective spiritual garden will be created within the school grounds, providing an inclusive space for the community to engage and build self-confidence.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2017 The OHMI Trust

Teaching musical instruments to pupils with a physical disability

£29,926 Arts Council England
13 Jul 2017 Home-Start Wyre Forest

This group will use the funding to set up a daytime family group for isolated parents with pre-school children to meet, gain support and develop social relationships. This will allow vulnerable families to develop positive relationships and gain appropriate support on a weekly basis.

£8,774 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 Aspire4u CIC

Arts4Lyfe - Getting young people (YP) ready for creative careers through music

£17,425 Arts Council England
12 Jul 2017 St George's Catholic Church

This group will use the funding to carry out a feasibility study, regarding the future use of their Parish Hall. This will help the organisation to establish how the venue can be used to meet the needs of the local community.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 Green Door

This is a project by a community organisation in Hereford benefiting people in Worcester. They will use the funding to deliver a programme of engagement activities, which will support people and families who are experiencing the effects of substance misuse or gambling addiction. This will improve their wellbeing.

£9,875 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 Theatre D'Europe

This group will use the funding to educate young people through the production of a bilingual play set in modern day France. This will engage different generations in activities to share and discuss life experiences, as well as offer young people the opportunity to develop skills and increase their confidence to access employment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 Stay Safe Stay Healthy

This group will use the funding to provide workshops for black and ethnic minority families to raise awareness of child safeguarding. This will engage them in workshops to raise awareness of child safeguarding, which will improve parenting skills resulting in stronger relationships.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School

An outdoor gym will be funded, allowing children to take part in activities which benefit their fitness and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 the Laurels Bowling Club

This funding will be used to install a disabled access ramp at a community pavilion, allowing people with physical disabilities to use the building and participate in community activities and events.

£8,919 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 South Shropshire Academy Trust

Church Stretton School Hockey Club

£4,709 Sport England
11 Jul 2017 Shatterford Village Hall

This group will use the funding to resurface the car park to provide safer conditions for hall users. This will provide an improved parking environment for all users, including those with walking or mobility problems.

£6,400 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Age UK Walsall

A programme of digital inclusion activities will be delivered which will support older people. This will challenge issues surrounding isolation and encourage people taking part to become more confident in using technology.

£5,134 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Gilgal

This group will use the funding to enhance its infrastructure and build capacity for its services that support the needs of people who are survivors of abuse. This will improve organisational effectiveness and future sustainability.

£9,915 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Blue Coat Federation PA

This group will use the funding to set up a family technology learning scheme. This will allow children and their parents or guardians to work together and develop their technological skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Long Compton Parish Council

This group will use the funding to improve levels of safety on its playground through the installation of new equipment, creating new opportunities for safe play.

£9,905 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Lindridge Parish Hall

This group will use the funding to improve the drainage system and relocate their liquid petroleum gas tank underground. This will improve the facilities at the hall and provide a safer environment for people.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Himaya Haven

This group will use the funding to support families with emotional and practical issues which arise when a family member is imprisoned. This will provide families with access to information, guidance and practical support during a time of disruption in their lives.

£9,567 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2017 Aspire and Succeed

Weekly youth clubs and a monthly forum for local young people will be funded. This will help them to learn new skills, gain confidence and take part in positive community based activities.

£9,650 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Suriya Roberts-Grey

Horizontal - Research and Development

£14,871 Arts Council England
10 Jul 2017 Tony Dudley-Evans

TDE Promotions

£6,100 Arts Council England
10 Jul 2017 Paul ODonnell

Weve Got Each Other

£14,948 Arts Council England
10 Jul 2017 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust

This group will deliver accredited training and routes into employment for people aged 16-29 who are not in education, training or employment. The project will enable them to gain entry level employment in construction and hospitality. An engagement and marketing campaign, including social media and community radio, will be implemented to help support the delivery of this project.

£394,571 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 City United Limited

This group will use the funding to provide a programme of out-of-school sessions for teenagers with special educational needs. This will help them to learn new emotional and behavioural skills which improve their chances in life.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Allens Croft Children's Centre

This project will create a resource centre for children with disabilities and their families at the Allens Croft Children?s Centre in Kings Heath. It will offer specialist information and practical and emotional support tailored to a family?s requirements. Weekly drop-in sessions held alongside consultant appointments will make it easier for parents to access support for a wide range of issues including benefits, grant funding, housing, specialist support, education, transition and schooling.

£499,699 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Marches Family Network

Weekend support sessions will be delivered to children and young people with a disability or special educational needs and their siblings. This will increase their confidence, social skills and independence.

£9,339 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Pontesbury Broadplace

This group will use the funding to replace their digital projector, which is no longer fit for purpose. This will help to continue and expand the social and educational activities they provide for local people.

£3,800 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 Nineacres Drop In

This is a project by an organisation in Birmingham, benefiting people in Solihull. They will use the funding to deliver sessions on woodwork and music and pilot a family history project for vulnerable people. This will allow people to engage in social interactions to reduce isolation and increase their emotional wellbeing.

£6,161 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 SPLAT STAFFORDSHIRE CIC

This group will use the funding to run a children?s play scheme, including training for new play group staff. This will allow people to take part in activities which benefit children?s wellbeing and development, as well as helping young people to gain employment skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 Jul 2017 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School

An outdoor play area will be funded for young children, allowing them to take part in activities which benefit their fitness and development.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jul 2017 Creative Cohesion West Midlands (CCWM)

This is a project by a community organisation in Birmingham, supporting people in Coventry. They will use the funding to deliver training and support for young unemployed people. This will create pathways to employment for people who are living in an area that is experiencing the effects of social disadvantage.

£9,989 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2017 Birmingham Irish

This funding will be used to expand the group?s dementia support activities into new areas across the city, improving more people?s wellbeing.

£9,799 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2017 OPAAL (UK)

OPAAL (UK)

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2017 St Paul's Community & Learning Centre

This group will use the funding to pay for an advice and support sessional worker, increasing the capacity of the group giving people access to advocacy services.

£6,900 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2017 Netherton Regeneration Group

This funding will be used to run two community festivals, allowing local people to take part in activities which improve community relations and residents? wellbeing.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jul 2017 Longden Parish Council

The existing out-dated play area will be replaced, improving the play area for families in this rurally isolated village.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jul 2017 Bardsley Youth Project

This group will use the funding to support young people that are not in education, employment or training to restore an old Mini, which has been donated by the Transport Museum. This will engage young people in positive activities to build confidence and develop skills to access further education or training.

£4,588 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jul 2017 Bangladeshi Development Group

A summer play scheme will be provided with this funding, for children from low or no income families. This will broaden their experiences and allow them to take part in activities which benefit their wellbeing.

£9,995 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2017 Garfield Mayor

Live Act Development

£4,768 Arts Council England
4 Jul 2017 Elizabeth Hingley

Sacred things

£10,651 Arts Council England
4 Jul 2017 Handsworth Community Choir Birmingham

Songs for Handsworth

£14,432 Arts Council England
4 Jul 2017 The Bone Ensemble

Wheres My Igloo Gone 2017-18: Development and Tour

£14,949 Arts Council England
4 Jul 2017 Potboiler Theatre

Girls Girls Girls

£12,733 Arts Council England
4 Jul 2017 BME United Limited

This project will deliver workshops and peer mentoring to empower and support Black and Minority Ethnic communities to better understand and manage their health and reduce hospital admissions. The project will work with people to address cultural and language barriers and will increase knowledge and awareness about healthy lifestyle choices, self-managing long-term conditions and when to seek advice from health professionals.

£466,259 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2017 RYCE

This is a development grant that will fund professional fees and business planning costs for the refurbishment of a dilapidated community building. The organisation provides a wide range of activities for young people, including four youth groups, as well as activities for the whole local community. The project will allow the refurbishment of four principal activity rooms, an IT suite, small recording studio, caf?, meeting room, a counselling room and some bookable office space.

£20,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2017 Greysbrooke Primary School

Play equipment at the school will be improved with this funding. This will encourage children to take part in exercise and lead healthier lifestyles.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2017 Diamonds Elite UK

Cheerleading classes will be funded to engage disadvantaged children, aged five to fifteen, in physical activities to improve social skills, physical health and aid sleep deprivation.

£6,576 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2017 Midland Heart

Equipment will be funded for young people aged 16 to 25 living in the organisation?s hostel. This will engage young people in activities to build positive relationships and relieve social isolation.

£1,346 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2017 Birmingham Women's Group

This group will use the funding to deliver a programme of advocacy services, which will support women who are experiencing the effects of isolation and social disadvantage. This will improve levels of engagement and empower the people taking part.

£8,360 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2017 Sunny Side Up

A series of community events will be delivered to support older people who are living in rurally isolated areas. This will encourage social engagement and improve levels of wellbeing.

£6,100 Big Lottery Fund
3 Jul 2017 296th Birmingham Brownie Guide Pack

This group will use the funding to run a summer camp for children. The camp will allow people from low or no income families to take part in activities, which benefit their development and wellbeing.

£2,276 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2017 Ethnic Minority Council

A programme of engagement and training activities will be delivered to support the needs of people living with the mental health problems. This will improve their wellbeing and create pathways to employment for people taking part.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2017 St Michael and All Angels Church of England

A feasibility study will be funded, looking into how the building can be adapted to meet the needs of the local community. This will identify adaptions and improvements required.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2017 The Village Church

The village hall?s main kitchen will be refurbished with this funding, ensuring a safe space for community use.

£5,375 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jul 2017 RABCO

This group will use the funding to deliver a community food festival, encouraging people to socialise and share their cultural experiences.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2017 PEA

A consultation and infrastructure improvement exercise will be funded for this organisation. This will help them to support people from the Polish community, who are experiencing the effects of the United Kingdom?s exit from the European Union.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2017 FoodFest

A community festival around food wastage, local produce and sustainability will be funded. This will increase knowledge around local food and create a community event encouraging integration.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 St Andrews Church

A community garden will be created with this funding, which will provide local residents with a safe area where they can take part in activities. This will benefit their health and wellbeing, as well as encourage community engagement.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 SUPPORT BIRMINGHAM GENERATION CIC

This funding will be used to develop the company?s website and purchase computer equipment, which will help to provide a digital platform for their community activities.

£2,900 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 Claines Church of England Primary School

This funding will be used to run extra-curricular health camps for children and their families. This will teach parents and children the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle and encourage physical activity through imaginative learning.

£9,510 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 Bearwood Allotments Association

A composting toilet will be installed on an allotment site, improving the facilities for plot holders, as well as local school children and disabled people during open days.

£7,820 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 Advice In Action

A training programme will be funded for local people who require support with job applications or internet use. This will improve chances in life by equipping people with new transferrable skills.

£9,890 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jun 2017 St George's Knights Powerchair Football Club

St George's Knights

£7,400 Sport England
29 Jun 2017 Support Birmingham Generation CIC

This funding will be used to develop the company?s website and purchase computer equipment, which will help to provide a digital platform for their community activities.

£2,900 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Blue Coat C.E. Infant School

A forest school will be created with this funding by enhancing an outdoor environment. This will develop children?s skills and communication through the provision of outdoor activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 The Distant Voices

This group will use the funding to provide personal development and employment workshops for young people with disabilities and special needs. The workshops will help them to develop skills which improve their future chances in life.

£9,628 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 No. 11 Arts Ltd

Volunteers will be trained and mentored before a local community festival. This funding will also be used to hold a celebration event following the festival. This will encourage more people to engage with the event and provide advice and support for volunteers.

£9,825 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Arrow Village Hall

The heating system in the village hall will be replaced with this funding, improving the building for community engagement through the winter months.

£6,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Selly Oak Methodist Church

This group will use the funding to refurbish its kitchen facility that is used by local voluntary organisations. This will improve the environment of the building, making it more versatile and safer.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Friends of Compton Grange

This group will use the funding to arrange social activities and day trips for disabled and elderly residents within the community. This will reduce isolation, build friendships and encourage participation in community life.

£6,275 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 WhyCh

This group will use the funding to deliver a programme of music engagement activities which will support young people with learning difficulties. This will improve levels of confidence, social skills and personal resilience.

£9,770 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Landau Limited

This group will use the funding install new kitchen facilities to run catering and hospitality training courses for people with learning disabilities and the wider community. This will give people access to training to develop skills in food hygiene, catering and healthy lifestyles, and offer a facility open to the public every day.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Groundwork UK

Future Proof Parks

£919,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2017 Beatfreeks Arts Ltd

The Radical Heritage Project

£696,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2017 MELA Social Enterprise

Our Space Our Diversity

£15,000 Arts Council England
27 Jun 2017 Ryan Hughes

Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art

£11,000 Arts Council England
27 Jun 2017 Noctium Theatre

Delia Derbyshire RandD Re-submission

£12,830 Arts Council England
27 Jun 2017 Spon Spun

Spon Spun Festival

£14,850 Arts Council England
27 Jun 2017 St. Luke's CE Primary School

This school will use the funding to install new outdoor play equipment on their grounds. This will create new opportunities for safe outdoor play in a community that is experiencing the effects of social disadvantage.

£9,363 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2017 Bosbury CE Primary School

A drumming group will be funded with the aim of bringing families together and keeping active in community life. This will build confidence and promote interaction with others.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2017 Radford Rhinos Explorer Scout Unit

Canoes, kayaks and health and safety equipment will be purchased to run a paddling and training project for local, disadvantaged, young people. This will increase community participation in physical and creative activities and improve skills.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2017 Eardington Parish Council

This group will use the funding to replace the timber floor and joists at the village hall building. This will improve the community building to ensure a safe environment for community use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2017 SVI

This funding will help to recruit a sighted enabler, who will support local visually impaired people. They will deliver of a range of peer support, advocacy and personal development activities.

£9,999 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 Blessed 2 Blessed Community Project

This group will use the funding to run workshops for people who have been made homeless, providing support and advice regarding the issues impacting on their lives.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 Out Central

This funding will help to provide a Youth Worker to support current volunteers and develop activities for young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. This will provide a support network for them, which will improve confidence and reduce isolation.

£9,785 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 Uffington Village Hall

This funding will be used to resurface the village hall car park, providing a safe environment for the community to engage in activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 Pak Pashtoon Association (UK) Ltd

A feasibility study will be funded to improve how this organisation supports people who live in an area that is experiencing the effects of social disadvantage. This will build their capacity for engagement and improve levels of sustainability.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2017 In Their Shoes

A drop in centre will be funded along with activities and a support group for children and families who experience mental health challenges. This will provide them with support and reduce isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2017 Staunton on Wye Group Parish Council

Modern playground equipment will be installed on a local recreation ground, providing a safe area of children to play and improve their health and fitness.

£9,424 Big Lottery Fund