Lottery grants awarded to Stoke-on-Trent, West Midlands

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
16 Aug 2017 Restoke

Cracked

£49,999 Arts Council England
10 Aug 2017 CAFAG

This project will support people looking to get into employment. Weekly job clubs will offer guidance on CV writing, online job searches and interview preparation. It will also offer opportunities to take part in work placements and to volunteer. New social enterprises will be developed, including a gardening/handy man service, community caf?, new meals on wheels service and a befriending service. Local residents will also be supported to launch their own social enterprises.

£436,736 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2017 Shelton and Etruria Residents Association

A series of workshops will be funded leading up to a procession of lanterns, with the aim of engaging the local population and developing event management skills for a group of volunteers. This will strengthen volunteering, reduce isolation and encourage participation in community life.

£5,730 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 2017 Hanley All Saints Social Club

This group will use the funding to employ a volunteer co-ordinator and trainer to work with local young people. This will help them to gain skills and experiences which improve their chances of finding work.

£8,944 Big Lottery Fund
1 Aug 2017 City of Stoke-on-Trent Sixth Form College

City of Stoke-on-Trent 6th Form Tackling Inactivity Project

£74,375 Sport England
31 Jul 2017 Eastwood Neighbourhood Nursery

This funding will provide a new play area by building two boundary walls and resurfacing the whole area, creating a safe environment for play opportunities.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Jul 2017 All Saints Church Hanley

A community organiser will be funded, who will co-ordinate and encourage use of their refurbished hall. This will increase use of the venue for community activities and events.

£9,755 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2017 The Cultural Sisters

The Last Bus

£14,500 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
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
7 Jul 2017 OPAAL (UK)

OPAAL (UK)

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2017 Potboiler Theatre

Girls Girls Girls

£12,733 Arts Council England
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
21 Jun 2017 Stoke on Trent Libraries

The Little School of Improbable Cooking 2017 - Libraries Fund

£11,600 Arts Council England
20 Jun 2017 Star Academy

This group will use the funding to create a new outdoor exercise area, which will support children who are experiencing the effects of a lack of physical activity and poor diet. This will improve the health and wellbeing for pupils attending the school.

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jun 2017 Shirley's Bone and Flint Mill Volunters CIO

To restore, preserve, move, display and interpret a historic ball mill

£8,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2017 Hollybush Training and Enterprise Centre CIC

This group will use the funding to run a pilot project for older people where they can take part in woodwork and craft activities. This will allow local people to participate in social activities which reduce their sense of isolation and benefit their wellbeing.

£9,935 Big Lottery Fund
1 Jun 2017 Engage Communities CIC

Boom Boom Cricket

£9,730 Sport England
31 May 2017 Disability Solutions West Midlands

Training for healthcare professionals will be funded, to develop their awareness of issues impacting on the health of people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer community and the reasons why they may not engage with healthcare services.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
30 May 2017 Siobhan Mcaleer

Uncomfortability: professional development and curatorial mentorship

£3,850 Arts Council England
23 May 2017 Rebecca Davies

The Oasis Social Club

£12,785 Arts Council England
16 May 2017 Milton Primary School

New facilities and activities for before and after school provision will be funded. This will provide opportunities for children aged 3-11, their families and the community to access a range of activities through the provision of new facilities.

£9,988 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2017 Dyslexia Association of Staffordshire Ltd

This funding will enable the Dyslexia Association of Staffordshire to support people with dyslexia, and their parents or carers. It will provide a free, confidential helpline and information service staffed by trained volunteers which can be accessed four days a week. Tuition and training for adults with dyslexia will also be provided to those who need specialist support. The project aims to improve people?s skills, confidence and wellbeing, and raise awareness of dyslexia in the local community.

£331,739 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2017 Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

Cultural Destinations

£300,000 Arts Council England
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
25 Apr 2017 Stoke on Trent Libraries

Knowledge is Power- Libraries fund

£49,500 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Mitchell Memorial Youth Arts

Discover Dance Festival

£14,920 Arts Council England
19 Apr 2017 Community Ventures Development Services CIC

Traveller 2 Traveller

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Stoke-on-Trent & North Staffordshire YMCA Foyer

The organisation will expand its reach to more young people by running detached sessions. The funding will also be used to undertake a review of current existing provision to inform delivery and ensure a co-ordinated and complementary youth offer. This aims to expand the range and quality of activities and whilst avoiding duplication.

£374,549 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Etruria Park Bowling Club

Handrails, a perimeter fence and seating area will be installed with the funding. This will improve the safety of the area and general facilities for users, encouraging increased use and benefiting people?s wellbeing.

£9,140 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2017 Middleport Matters

The Players Academy

£29,946 Arts Council England
21 Mar 2017 Children and Families Staffordshire

This project will help parents in Stoke-on-Trent to better support their children?s education, health and well-being. Trained volunteers who have experience as parents of issues including domestic abuse, poverty and bereavement, will provide families with practical help and support in their homes through befriending, mentoring and coaching. Young volunteers will also provide practical and emotional support for children and young people by accompanying them to activities.

£247,714 Big Lottery Fund
17 Mar 2017 Beavers Arts Ltd.

Step Forwards

£90,000 Arts Council England
15 Mar 2017 Our Lady and St Benedict Catholic Academy

This school will install a looped pathway along the perimeter of their field, to allow disadvantaged children and the wider community access to an all-weather surface. This will increase community participation in physical activities, improving health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2017 S.T.A.N.D.

This community organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of events, which will support people who are experiencing the effects of isolation. The events will improve levels of social contact for the participants, as well as contribute to a more connected community.

£8,553 Big Lottery Fund
28 Feb 2017 St John's CE A Primary School

The funding will be used by this school to provide an outdoor gym which will include a pedal bike and cross trainer. This will allow participants to exercise, improving health and wellbeing and helping to reduce childhood obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Feb 2017 Port Vale FC Foundation

This group will use the funding to run a holiday activity and healthy eating project for disadvantaged children. The participants? health and wellbeing will be improved, whilst the project acts as a preventative measure against rising negative health outcomes in the area.

£8,290 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2017 VAST

The project will engage older people aged 60 and over in flexible volunteering opportunities, while challenging negative perceptions of ageing. The project will encourage participation in life and society to address loneliness and isolation, which can leave older people at risk of depression, physical illness, and disengaged from their communities. The group will recruit a total of 40 ?Volunteer Champions? who are already active within their community, to help promote the project.

£313,421 Big Lottery Fund
7 Feb 2017 Tawananyasha Widows and Orphans Christian Organisation

A range of learning, food related and craft activities will be provided for socially isolated refugees with this funding. This will enable participants to learn a range of new skills and improve their mental wellbeing.

£9,836 Big Lottery Fund
1 Feb 2017 St Paul's Church

This project will use the funding to convert a disused area of ground into an outdoor community space. It will be used to host a range of community events, involving a wider section of the local community.

£9,110 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2017 Kingsland C.E Academy

This school will use the funding for outside play equipment including story-telling chairs, toadstools and musical instruments. The new equipment will engage beneficiaries in play, which will help improve their physical and mental well-being.

£9,905 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jan 2017 Children and Families Staffordshire

This project will provide a social group for mothers who are experiencing postnatal depression. This will build confidence and reduce feelings of anxiety amongst women who are socially isolated.

£9,928 Big Lottery Fund
21 Dec 2016 Engage Communities CIC

This project will deliver outreach, mentoring, training, education and diversionary activities for disadvantaged young people. This will be used as a vehicle to tackle anti-social behaviour and ensure safer places.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2016 Festival Stoke

Festival Stoke

£69,040 Arts Council England
14 Dec 2016 Theresa Tainton

RandD For Stoke-on-Trent Project

£6,362 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2016 Tom Verity

AirSpace Graduate Residency Solo Exhibition

£1,867 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2016 Staffordshire University

Spode: Creating a New National Ceramics Centre in Stoke on Trent

£15,000 Arts Council England
1 Dec 2016 Chell Area Family Action Group (C.A.F.A.G)

This project is the provision of trips and activities for young people who are at risk of involvement in antisocial behaviour. This will engage them in positive activities, leading to improved community cohesion.

£9,609 Big Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2016 Jack Waddington

Solo exhibition at Airspace Gallery

£2,881 Arts Council England
9 Nov 2016 Anna Francis

Real Estate Agent

£12,000 Arts Council England
9 Nov 2016 Neil Brownsword

Factory

£15,000 Arts Council England
1 Nov 2016 RC Parish of The Sacred Heart

The project will use the funding to carry out a feasibility study to understand the needs of the community in providing activities in an underutilised community space. This will increase community activities and usage of the local community building.

£8,700 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 B Arts

The project will use the funding to stage a community festival and develop a volunteer group for future events. This will enable local people to participate in an event which encourages community cohesion and provides activities which benefit people?s health, wellbeing and future chances in life.

£7,590 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2016 Together We Make a Difference

The project will use the funding to provide workshops/sessions in support of young people. This will help beneficiaries with low self-esteem and other life issues to integrate back into the wider community.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
13 Oct 2016 Art Brasil

The project will use the funding to create a Samba band for older people. This will enable participants to socialise with other people, reducing their feelings of isolation and benefiting their health and wellbeing.

£8,752 Big Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2016 Staffordshire North and Stoke-on-Trent Citizens Advice Burea

This builds on an existing project delivered by Staffordshire North and Stoke on Trent Citizens Advice Bureau which aims to provide an outreach advice service delivered in local communities to help benefit claimants adjust to changes brought by the Government?s Welfare Reform Programme. A new service delivery model will be developed in response to these changes to meet the various needs of different beneficiary groups. The project aims to help more than 600 beneficiaries impacted by welfare reform.

£285,402 Big Lottery Fund
6 Oct 2016 Moorpark Junior School

The school will provide various play and exercise equipment to encourage pupils and children from the local community to exercise and improve their health and fitness.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2016 New Florence Residents Association

The project will use the funding to run sports sessions and a sports festival for local young people, to benefit their health and discourage antisocial behaviour.

£8,750 Big Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 Beavers Arts Ltd.

Immersive Theatre Project for Young People

£9,825 Arts Council England
26 Sep 2016 Partners in Creative Learning CIC

Living Archives

£49,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2016 The Clay Foundation

Reimagine India

£49,000 Arts Council England
20 Sep 2016 the cultural sisters

Printworks in Stoke

£11,500 Arts Council England
20 Sep 2016 St Gregory's Catholic Primary School

The school will create an after school club for children and young people that will build capacity, strengthen ties and provide a strong community asset.

£9,808 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2016 Arch (North Staffs) Limited

This is the development of a project providing resources, activities and programmes delivered by trained professionals, with the help of volunteers, to children and adults recovering from domestic abuse or violence. This will help victims increase their self-esteem and resilience in order to maintain healthy relationships and make positive changes to themselves, their children, and their peers.

£459,915 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2016 United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust

Home Hub-Spaces : Engagement in Heritage

£1,099,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Sep 2016 Abzorbed Academy CIC

The group will use the funding to deliver sessions that will use creative activities to help beneficiaries to come together to highlight and address issues about social inequality. This will improve community engagement.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2016 St John's Centre

The project will use the funding to upgrade the kitchen area in their community centre so it can be used by more people.

£8,446 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2016 FRONTLINEdance Ltd

Elevate fund

£132,000 Arts Council England
17 Aug 2016 Dyslexia Association of Staffordshire Ltd

The group will use the funding to provide dyslexia and literacy support training for volunteers and staff. This will enable beneficiaries to develop their skills, broaden their knowledge and attain a qualification to improve future employment opportunities.

£9,580 Big Lottery Fund
15 Aug 2016 The Training Factor CIC

The group will use the funding to train unemployed young people as play workers, who will then deliver play activities within the community on a sessional basis. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills, gain work experience and improve their long term employment prospects.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Aug 2016 Stoke on Trent City Council

Get Stoke Active

£250,000 Sport England
11 Aug 2016 Urban Expression Cobridge

The group will use the funding to carry out a feasibility study or the use and development of a community space and produce a business plan for its sustainability. This will enable the organisation to engage with the wider community to create an accessible facility for use by the whole community.

£9,500 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2016 Portland Street Resource Centre Management Group

Portland Inn Development

£14,600 Arts Council England
22 Jul 2016 Asist (Advocacy services in Staffordshire)

The group will use the funding to carry out research in order to develop the infrastructure of this advocacy providing charity. This will allow the group to provide better services to members of the community who are living with disabilities which will help them make better life choices.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Stoke-on-Trent City Music Service

Soundpots in the Baby Room

£29,761 Arts Council England
21 Jul 2016 HAHO

The group will use the funding to deliver positive social activities for the local community alongside a series of talks about cultural diversity and globalisation. This will engage people in positive social activities and lead to a stronger and more cohesive local community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2016 Ball Green Primary School

The group will use the funding to install play equipment to encourage children to participate in more active play during extracurricular time. This will promote the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle and to create long term healthy habits.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 Thistley Hough Academy

The group will use the funding to create an outdoor healthy living Centre for use by young people, parents and the community. This will enable those from disadvantaged areas with lower than average life expectancy and significant obesity problems to gain exercise and improve health in a safe, cost-free environment.

£9,750 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2016 North Staffs Carers Association

This is a continuation and development of an existing project that provides support to unpaid carers in North Staffordshire. Beneficiaries will have access to activities such as weekly well-being and awareness sessions and local support groups, to help improve their well-being and reduce the feeling of isolation.

£413,016 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jun 2016 Stoke on Trent Libraries

The Little School of Improbable Cooking (Libraries Fund)

£9,100 Arts Council England
10 Jun 2016 The Gingerbread Centre

This will build capacity and enable young parents in supported accommodation to access on line facilities, broaden experience and raise expectations, and help develop confidence and reduce isolation.

£6,327 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jun 2016 Staffordshire Athletics Network

Stoke Community Sports Fit

£9,978 Sport England
27 May 2016 Weston Coyney Junior School

The school will use the funding to refurbish a disused room in the school, in order to create a community space which can be utilised for a variety of purposes. This will improve the environment in the school and make the space suitable for community use.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2016 The West End Methodist Church Community Centre

A new project that will provide free activities and services for disadvantaged people based in Stoke on Trent to improve social inclusion and community participation. Activities will include creative play sessions for toddlers and pre-school children, crafts activities for those aged over 50, exercise classes and after school clubs. Training courses around healthy eating, employability and life skills, budgeting, emergency First Aid, and basic qualifications in literacy and numeracy, will also be delivered.

£467,335 Big Lottery Fund
19 May 2016 Etruria Boat Group

James Brindley 300th Anniversary Project

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 May 2016 Stoke-on-Trent Pride

The group will use the funding to run a LGBT pride event, in order to promote equality and raise awareness of issues the LGBT community face. This will lead to improved community cohesion.

£9,986 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2016 St. Alban's Community Centre

The group will use the funding to create an additional storage space and develop the kitchen area within the building to make it accessible for people living with disabilities. This will help to build capacity for the group to support community organisations using the facilities whilst also ensuring they meet current food hygiene requirements.

£9,989 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 2016 Beavers Arts Ltd.

Newcastle Wakes

£11,500 Arts Council England
22 Apr 2016 Blurton Community Centre Association

The group will use the funding to run art, music and costume workshops as well as event management training for volunteers, in order to create a community meal and carnival event. This will bring together different sections of the community, leading to improved community cohesion.

£7,015 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2016 Blurton Farm Residents Association

The group will use the funding to provide a potting and planting project during school holiday time for young people and older people to participate in together. This will provide an intergenerational project that will improve community cohesion.

£9,225 Big Lottery Fund
15 Apr 2016 The Clay Foundation

The Clay Foundation artistic programme 2016-18

£200,000 Arts Council England
10 Apr 2016 Impact Community Gym CIC

The group will use the funding to run a series of boxing-based exercise classes for members of the community who have experience of the judicial system. This will give beneficiaries access to physical activities, healthy living advice, provide strategies for anger management and improve overall health and wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2016 Hartshill and Harpfields Occasions (HAHO)

Hartshill in the First World War: 1916-1917 / 2016-2017

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2016 St Wilfrid's Catholic Academy

The school will use the funding to develop their existing play area for the benefit of local children. This will provide a safe outdoor play area in which they can have fun, make new friends and receive all of the developmental benefits that outdoor play provides.

£9,785 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Goms Mill Residents Association

The group will use the funding to deliver a children's club which will deliver local children?s play activities in an area which has seen provision of this type cut recently. This will encourage children to engage in positive social activities.

£8,213 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2016 67th Burslem Scout Group

The group will use the funding to set up numeracy, literacy and cooking workshops for people that are unemployed in Stoke-on-Trent. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills giving them better chances to access employment and training and improve family life.

£9,987 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2016 St Joseph?s Catholic Academy

The school will use the funding to run after school cycling and road safety classes. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills and improve their physical health and wellbeing.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2016 Glebe Academy

The group will use the funding to create an outdoor space with interactive equipment, to install a shelter, and put on family events showcasing the equipment. This will give pupils the opportunity to enhance their learning in a less formal setting, and to engage SEN and female students in outdoor play.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Jan 2016 Glen Stoker

A Sick Logic

£13,605 Arts Council England
27 Jan 2016 Stoke on Trent College

Sports Development Project - Developing the Workforce

£10,604 Sport England