Lottery grants awarded to West Midlands

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
26 Apr 2017 Green Lea First School

This group will use the funding to create a multimedia community project, allowing people to engage in activities where they can share stories, improve their skills and social with others.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Unit 7 Interventions (DJ School)

Refurbishment of a community space and cultural and community activities will be funded. This will encourage community engagement and reduce isolation.

£9,512 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 George Eliot Hospital Trust

A community hub will be created with this funding which will be used by a variety of groups, encouraging community engagement.

£9,084 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 i58

This group will use the funding to create a new training hub which will support the needs of people who are experiencing the effects of homelessness, unemployment, substance misuse and mental ill health. This will build capacity for the way in which this organisation meets the needs of its service users.

£8,727 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 SPIN

A programme of support and engagement activities will be delivered which will focus on people with special needs or who have limited mobility, equipping them with new life skills.

£4,365 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Coventry Cyrenians Limited

This is an expansion and development of a pilot project, which aims to reduce vulnerability and improve mental and physical health of young people, aged 13 to 18, and their families who are affected by alcohol misuse. The project will also help to minimise the likelihood of young people being taken into Local Authority care or excluded from education.They will utilise their own social enterprise caf? as a relaxed meeting point to support individuals into counselling.

£217,183 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Holly Hill Methodist C of E Infant School

This school will use the funding to create an outdoor activity area, allowing children to participate in activities which benefit their development, health and wellbeing.

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Rubery Social Club & Institute

This group will use the funding to install new disabled toilets and wheelchair access. This will provide an improved facility for users from the local community, including local people who are currently unable to use the building.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 The Bromley-Pensnett Primary School

The safety and versatility of a play area will be improved with this funding. This will facilitate opportunities for play all year round and enhance the resources available to pupils who are experiencing the effects of physical inactivity and social disadvantage.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Redditch Borough Council

Active Kitchen

£7,005 Sport England
25 Apr 2017 Stoke on Trent Libraries

Knowledge is Power- Libraries fund

£49,500 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 David Calcutt

The Darlaston Dog Fight

£19,719 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 University of Worcester Arts and Culture

Rivers of song

£12,000 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Birmingham Improv C.I.C.

Birmingham Improv Festival 2017

£7,721 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Johnny Autin

A Positive Life - School Tour 2017

£15,000 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Mercurial Arts Limited

Mercurial Arts - Organisational and Professional Development

£13,729 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Culture Coventry

Art Cars

£15,000 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Pete Ashton

Instructions for Humans

£13,420 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Acacia Family Support

This is the continuation and development of a project which aims to improve the lives of families affected by antenatal and postnatal depression. The project will be expanded into Northfield, South Birmingham after securing a new centre there, which will further improve access. Practical and befriending support will also be offered in people?s homes for those who feel unable/not yet ready to access the centre.

£445,070 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Untied Artists

The Acorn Emporium

£13,950 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Mitchell Memorial Youth Arts

Discover Dance Festival

£14,920 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Reconnected CIC

IT support sessions will be delivered to people who are experiencing the effects of being homeless. This will equip them with new skills and create pathways to employment.

£8,911 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 The Albion Foundation

The funding will allow the extension of existing youth provision in six towns by offering additional activities sessions during the week. This includes a football programme, advice and guidance, an employability programme, a positive wellbeing programme and a team of youth workers to engage with young people out and about. New activities will be provided in each of the organisation?s hubs, informed by consultation with young people.

£375,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 St Michael's CofE Primary Academy

This funding will be used to develop the playground, installing various pieces of playground equipment. This will improve the physical wellbeing of people, offering a variety of play options for early age students and wider community members.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Palfrey Junior School

A physical adventure area will be created with this funding. This will encourage children to exercise, improving health and fitness and reducing childhood obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 The Feelgood Choir

This group will use the funding to expand the activities of their community choir. This will allow members, principally those with mental health problems, to take part in activities which benefit their health and wellbeing.

£6,516 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Great Barr Bowls Club

This funding will be used to improve the facilities at their bowling green, including providing facilities for people with disabilities. This will increase use of the facility and benefit people?s health and wellbeing.

£9,994 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Black Country Living Museum

BCLM: Forging Ahead - creating a world-class visitor attraction in the Black Country

£9,800,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Nuneaton BMX Club

Nuneaton BMX Club Development project 2017-18

£7,707 Sport England
25 Apr 2017 Pickwick Athletic Club

Practise Facilities

£3,690 Sport England
24 Apr 2017 L Fest CIC

Development of Arts at L Fest

£15,000 Arts Council England
24 Apr 2017 Iain Mackay

Visiting Hours Dance Project

£3,895 Arts Council England
24 Apr 2017 Oswestry Community Action

Oswesry Community Action

£14,922 Arts Council England
24 Apr 2017 St Clement's CofE Primary Academy

A community garden will be created with this funding, providing children from this inner city school with a green space where they can engage in activities, which benefit their development and wellbeing.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Sense, the National Deafblind and Rubella Association

This project will run a facility where the community interacts with disabled people ? supporting and learning from each other. The facility will provide opportunities for people to meet, develop and take part in community activities, improving their health and wellbeing.

£100,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Shenley Academy & Sixth Form Centre

This school will use the funding to purchase sports equipment, allowing them to run extracurricular activities for the students.

£6,306 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 LAC

Training and work experience placements will be provided to the local community with this funding. This will help people to develop skills which improve their future chances in life.

£9,986 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Acocks Green Primary School

This school will use the funding to resurface the playground and provide fitness zones, which will encourage physical activity resulting in healthier lifestyles of the pupils.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Rufford Primary School

This school will use the funding to purchase fixed play equipment, encouraging more physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 St. Chad's Sanctuary

This group will use the funding to pilot a project for asylum seekers and their families, who will be provided with sessions focused on English language, health and wellbeing and the education system. This will provide the community with support groups and community engagement sessions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 The Pump (East Birmingham ) Ltd

This group will use the funding to replace the heating and air filter system in their community building. This will address health and safety concerns posed by the existing system and improve the environment for community groups.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Bosnia & Herzegovina Community Association Coventry

This group will use the funding to continue to deliver supplementary classes and recreational activities that are designed to support young people from the Bosnian community, improving their chances in life.

£9,562 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Six Streets Residents Group

This group will use the funding to engage older people in a range of social activities, reducing social isolation and loneliness.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Spectrum Days

An unused garage will be transformed into a new learning and social space. This will support people who have disabilities and improve the way this organisation supports people.

£9,464 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 C.H.O.I.C.E.S

C.H.O.I.C.E.S

£43,288 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Breaking the Silence (BTSUK) Ltd

Breaking the Silence (BTSUK) Ltd

£40,015 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Midland Freewheelers

This group will use the funding to purchase warm reflective clothing for volunteers and riders who provide an out of hours delivery service, supporting the NHS. The new clothing will ensure fundamental participation in the community carries on.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Deaf World

A programme of personal improvement activities will be funded, which will enhance skills of volunteers. This will create community champions and improve support for people who have hearing impairments.

£9,900 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Halesowen Carnival Association

A community carnival event will be held with this funding, addressing issues surrounding financial disadvantage and socialisation that impact upon this area. This will enhance community involvement and engagement.

£8,095 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 C.H.O.I.C.E.S

The group will use the funding to deliver one-to-one counselling and therapy group work for children, young people and adults based around working with horses. People using the service have the opportunity to work through issues which may be preventing them from engaging fully within their family unit, work, school or within their community.

£43,288 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2017 Breaking the Silence BTSUK Ltd

The group will use the funding to raise awareness and support those affected by domestic abuse, forced marriage and human trafficking. The project will help women move from victims to survivors using creative arts therapy, including drama, creative writing and music, individual face-to-face and telephone counselling, reflection sessions, and group and peer support.

£40,015 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2017 What Makes You Different Makes You Beautiful

What Makes You Different Makes You Beautiful

£49,470 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2017 St Laurence's Church Ludlow/Ludlow St Laurence Parochial Chu

The flooring in this church will be refurbished to allow easier disabled access and a safer one-level open space for community use.

£9,451 Big Lottery Fund
22 Apr 2017 What Makes You Different Makes You Beautiful

The group will support families that have children with disabilities or additional needs by providing an outreach service for parents and carers. The special needs support network will work with the child and their family through one-to-one sessions and build on early intervention through play, sensory activities and social interaction. Parents and children will be able to gain a positive experience around their disability or additional needs.

£49,470 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Free@last

The organisation will use the funding to run open access activities for young people, including a programme of exploration, conversation and adventure that will introduce young people to a world beyond their neighbourhood. The project will also deliver traditional youth club activities like independent living skills, employability skills and CV writing.

£150,977 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Pastal Arts & Wellbeing

Bracelet making and relaxation sessions for women will be funded, helping people to build their confidence and self-esteem, which will lead to improved emotional wellbeing.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Abberley Village Hall

The hall will be refurbished with this funding, ensuring the facilities are up to date, accessible and fit for purpose for the local community to use.

£8,906 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 Arrow with Weethley Parish Council

The council will use this funding to install a defibrillator in the village and train the community on how to use it. This will lead to improved health outcomes in the event of cardiac arrest in this rurally isolated location.

£2,839 Big Lottery Fund
21 Apr 2017 ConGens

Exercise and information technology classes will be provided for older people with this funding. This will help people to improve their physical wellbeing, reducing social isolation and becoming more digitally connected.

£9,418 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 The What? Centre Ltd

The funding will be used to offer counselling services to young people suffering from mental illness. The project aims to provide support to young people in order to prevent the escalation of more serious problems. The project will expand drop-in and group work services to create a more universal provision, offer more counselling services to a higher number of young people, and run alternative sessions of mental health therapy, including martial arts, drama, music and arts.

£122,566 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 UpRising

The organisation will use the funding to run a leadership programme for young people. The project aims to address high crime rates, poor education, multi-generational unemployment and lack of aspiration by providing an opportunity for young people to influence issues that affect them within their community. The programme involves a Community Question Time event where key leaders in the area and young people discuss issues relevant to their communities.

£129,740 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 Monks Kirby Village Hall

This group will use the funding to refurbish the village hall toilets, as well as create a disabled toilet. This will ensure the toilets meet legal requirements and address health and safety concerns posed by the existing facilities.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
20 Apr 2017 The Chase Sportability Group

Chase Active

£20,000 Sport England
19 Apr 2017 Fordhouses Health & Fitness Group

Fitness sessions for local people will be funded, helping them to improve their health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Hundred Acre Pre-School Playgroup

This group will use the funding to create an outdoor play area for young children. This will encourage children to engage in positive social activities and help create a stronger, more connected community.

£9,960 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 All Saints Church, Wellington

Wellington Remembers 1914-1918

£9,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Chesterton Community Sports College

The War on our Doorstep: Men of Chesterton in the First World War

£5,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Barton under Needwood Parish Council

St James' Church, the historical heart of the community

£15,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Worcestershire Biological Records Centre

Finding Rare Species in the Malverns

£58,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 St Faiths Church Dorstone

Ending 65 Years of Silence: The Restoration of the Bells of Dorstone Church

£90,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Chance Glassworks Heritage Trust Ltd

Chance Glass Works Regeneration Project

£52,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Community Ventures Development Services CIC

Traveller 2 Traveller

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Polish Catholic Mission Birmingham

Celebrating 70 years of the Polish Community in Birmingham

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Grimley & Holt CE Primary School

Grimley and Holt Natural and Social History Trail

£8,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Gender Empowerment Movement

Girls and Gangs: A Historical Reflection

£44,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Chefspot

A training kitchen to run workshops will be created, which will help people with learning disabilities gain confidence and develop new skills, improving their chances in life.

£8,961 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Sport 4 Life UK

The organisation will use the funding to develop young people's key life skills, confidence, resilience and ultimately employability through ten weeks of activities. These include physical activity, social action mini-projects and young leadership development. The project will also provide one-to-one mentoring and information, advice and guidance.

£165,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Madley Parish Council

The council will use this funding to create a pathway across a local recreational ground, providing walking access from the school to the ground?s car park. This will ease parking congestion outside the school and address road safety concerns.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 SIFA Fireside

This funding will support SIFA Fireside to continue supporting vulnerable and homeless adults in Birmingham. The project will provide a safe space in which to address social and psychological wellbeing issues and offer skills development and pre-employment advice. This will include support to create CVs through to finding volunteering opportunities and work placements. The project aims to give people the support they need to lead more independent and healthier lives.

£498,157 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 The Walk of Life (West Midlands)

This group will use the funding to appoint a consultant to complete a feasibility study, employ sessional workers and hold a community event, improving equality for the local Roma community.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Bridstow Parish Hall

The hall?s current fire protection system will be upgraded and the canopy will be repaired with this funding, creating a safer environment for the community.

£7,507 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2017 Priory Park Amateur Boxing Club

A series of healthy living workshops will be provided with this funding, where people can receive advice and support about how to eat more healthily, improving their wellbeing.

£8,920 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2017 Festival Stoke

This is a project by a community organisation in Newcastle-Under-Lyme, also benefiting people in Stoke-On-Trent. They will use the funding to stage a community festival, allowing local people to take part in activities which benefit their wellbeing and encourage community engagement.

£5,900 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2017 The Pump (East Birmingham ) Ltd

The funding will be used to expand the organisation?s arts and employability programme which aims to empower young people to develop essential skills and qualifications. The project will increase The Pump Lab?s opening hours so it can run an outreach programme to engage more young people and create a ?drop-in? community-based learning space. Activities include drama, music, dance, film, photography, writing, painting, storytelling, poetry and spoken word.

£169,050 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2017 Eastham Memorial Hall

This funding will improve the Eastham Memorial Hall which is no longer able to meet the needs of the local community. The new facility will provide a modern meeting place which is fit for purpose, where people can socialise and host events and activities. Current activities, including parent and toddler groups, reading groups, coffee mornings and fitness classes will continue alongside plans for new events. The project aims to improve people?s health and wellbeing by reducing social isolation.

£260,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2017 2nd Malvern Scout Group

Pathways that access a rural community building will be re-developed with this funding, allowing continued access of the facility - particularly for people in wheelchairs.

£9,951 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 St James Church

A community centre kitchen will be converted into a memory caf? for people living with dementia and their carers. This will create a community hub for people to receive support and share experiences.

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 Aspire Sports Trust

Sports activities and nutritional knowledge will be provided to children and their parents, raising their awareness of healthy eating and physical activity.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 Wolves Disabled Supporters Association (DSA)

This group will use the funding to provide social activities and trips for disabled sports fans and their carers. People will be able to take part in activities which benefit their health and wellbeing.

£7,600 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 The Little Aston Village Hall

This group will use the funding to remove the stage in their village hall which is no longer fit for use. This will provide local people with increased space for community events and activities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2017 The 3Es (Midlands)

Employability courses with be delivered for young people from disadvantaged areas. This will provide them with skills and increased confidence, improving their chances of becoming employed.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Claybody Theatre

Dirty Laundry

£43,683 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Wyre Forest District Council

Kidderminster Arts Festival 2017

£25,970 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Kate DeRight

Spectra 3

£82,280 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Imagineer Productions

Festival of Imagineers 2017 - 2018

£140,000 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 Friction Arts

Africa Now

£83,536 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 BIRMINGHAM and SOLIHULL MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION

BEDLAM Festival 2017

£75,765 Arts Council England
12 Apr 2017 The Northern Star Community Arts

This charity will use the funding to run a social activity club within the local area for elderly people. The club will reduce isolation, build confidence and develop interactions with others in the community.

£9,275 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 YMCA Coventry and Warwickshire

The funding will be used to employ a number of staff roles that will allow the development of local activities to support good quality youth work. It will also be used for the organisation?s young leader training and development programme, which offers young people the opportunity to gain youth work qualifications in order to create a cycle where people can move from being receivers of the service to participants and role models for others.

£367,483 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Phase Trust

This group will use the funding to convert an existing space into a physical health and wellbeing area. A diverse group of young people will then have access to new physical activities. Local people will also be encouraged to volunteer and build strong relationships in their local community.

£9,758 Big Lottery Fund