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

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
2 Apr 1996 Stoke On Trent City Council

Cultural Quarter - Victoria Hall and Regent Theatre

£16,441,940 Arts Council England
26 Mar 2013 Brighter Futures Housing Association Limited

This is a project led by Brighter Futures Housing Association, an Industrial and Provident Society based in Stoke-on-Trent, serving the development of the Multiple and Complex Needs partnership in the Stoke-on-Trent area.

£9,999,770 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jan 1997 Stoke-On-Trent City Council

Fenton Manor Halls

£7,046,075 Sport England
27 Jan 2004 The Wedgwood Museum

The Wedgwood Museum

£6,090,680 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jul 2014 National Art Collections Fund

Appeal to save the Wedgwood Collection

£5,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Nov 2015 United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust

Regeneration of the Wedgwood Institute: An innovative enterprise hub for Burslem

£2,576,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Oct 2008 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Burslem, Burslem Park

£2,194,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Mar 1997 Ceramica Trust

A project to create an educational and visitor attraction which will celebrate Staffordshire-+s world famous pottery industry and act as a catalyst for the regeneration of Burslem. Offering something for children and adults Ceramica will tell the story of

£2,109,560 Millennium Commission
24 Mar 1998 City of Stoke on Trent Council

Tunstall Market & Town Hall Refurbishment

£1,569,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 May 2011 The Prince's Regeneration Trust

Middleport Pottery

£1,567,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Mar 2004 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Stoke-on-Trent City Council

£1,378,042 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 University of North Staffordshire NHS Trust

New Linear accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£1,319,648 New Opportunities Fund
16 Sep 2003 Trentham Co-Operative Trust

Trentham Co-Operative Trust

£1,295,832 New Opportunities Fund
25 Sep 2000 City of Stoke on Trent

Middleport Waterfront THI

£1,267,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2005 The Sandon Learning Partnership Trust

The Sandon High School project will provide a five-court sports hall with changing rooms. It forms part of a new campus, including new school buildings, being developed within the Building Schools for the Future programme.

£1,214,439 New Opportunities Fund
23 Aug 1999 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Bycars Sports Park

£1,128,770 Sport England
6 Sep 2016 United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust

Home Hub-Spaces : Engagement in Heritage

£1,099,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2012 City of Stoke on Trent

Burslem Building Improvement Scheme THI Round 3

£1,013,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Mar 2014 The Older People's Advocacy Alliance ( UK )

A vital service that will ensure the voices of older people affected by cancer are heard. It will provide crucial support for older people affected by cancer by recruiting and training older people themselves affected by cancer to support their peers to m

£1,000,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jan 1999 Stoke on Trent City Council

Gladstone Pottery Museum, Longton

£998,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Oct 2004 Stoke on Trent City Council

Burslem Townscape Heritage Initiative Scheme 2

£995,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 May 2011 ARCH (North Staffs) Limited

'Youth Support Network' (YSN) is a four-year project led by ARCH (North Staffs) to support young people leaving care in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and provide them with individual, tailored support. Each young person will have a transition advisor and

£988,538 Big Lottery Fund
6 Jan 2003 City of Stoke-on-Trent

Carmountside Leisure Centre

£915,439 Sport England
5 Oct 2004 Stoke on Trent Local Strategic Partnership

Closing the Gap

£889,352 Sport England
10 Sep 1998 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Burslem Townscape Heritage Initiative

£810,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Nov 2001 University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust

The new cardiac angiography equipment will be used to diagnose and treat heart disease and will allow more local patients to be diagnosed and treated nearer to their homes.

£807,295 New Opportunities Fund
22 Aug 2012 Staffordshire North and Stoke-on-Trent Citizens Advice Burea

This project will enable social housing residents to have confidence to take control of their finances and, in doing so, be able to access and choose the best financial products to meet their requirements. Stoke on Trent CAB and partners aim to reach more

£780,702 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 1999 Stoke-On-Trent


£766,647 New Opportunities Fund
21 Feb 1996 Stoke On Trent Repertory

New 240 seat theatre

£764,608 Arts Council England
20 Sep 2011 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Centre of Refurbishment Excellence (Core)

£761,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Nov 2001 University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust

The replacement MRI scanner will improve diagnostic services, using state-of-the-art technology. The North Staffordshire Hospital Trust's scanner will enable over 4000 scans to be undertaken each year.

£733,922 New Opportunities Fund
18 Dec 2007 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Stoke-on-Trent City Council's play portfolio application will address five key needs: greater tolerance in local communities; safer neighbourhoods for children to play; accessible and inclusive play opportunities; more challenging play opportunities and r

£669,347 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jan 2003 The Donna Louise Trust

The Donna Louise Trust provides children's community palliative care and will use the grant to open a new 15 bed children's hospice mainly providing respite care, serving Staffordshire and South Cheshire.

£631,064 New Opportunities Fund
6 Aug 2002 Stoke on Trent Museums Service

Acquisition of Highlights from the Former Minton Museum Collection

£521,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2002 Stoke-on-Trent LEA

The Priory C of E Primary

£500,000 Sport England
9 Oct 2008 Stoke On Trent City Council

Stoke PCT Be Active Be Healthy (BABH)

£500,000 Sport England
22 Feb 2002 Stoke-on-Trent LEA

Sneyd Green Primary School

£499,984 Sport England
3 Mar 2009 VAST Services (1920)

The project aims to provide support and advice to enable Stoke on Trent to have an active, sustainable and vibrant VCS, with a focus on small groups and organisations within the sector. The project will provide one-to-one development support, good practic

£499,969 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2002 Stoke-on-Trent LEA

John Baskeyfield VC CE (C)

£499,949 Sport England
30 Sep 2008 Staffordshire North and Stoke-on-Trent Citizens Advice Burea

This project will develop a sub-regional network of advice agencies to provide a 'virtual welfare rights unit'. This will include better co-ordination of advice services, increased capacity of advice organisations, improved quality and consistency of advi

£499,766 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jun 2015 The Dove Service

This project aims that through counselling, training, peer mentoring and support groups, to increase resilience, coping mechanisms, reduce feelings of isolation and reduce the stigma associated to seeking mental health support for children, young people (CYP) and families who have experienced bereavement, loss or life-changing illness.

£498,736 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2013 Savana Inc Ltd

The aim of this new project based on existing project is to support victims of sexual violence and abuse in Newcastle under Lyme and Staffordshire Moors and anyone who has been affected by rape, sexual abuse and child sexual abuse by providing information

£497,578 Big Lottery Fund
15 Feb 2011 North Staffs Mind

This project provides support to parents struggling to cope with parenting as a result of their own mental health or emotional needs and circumstances. It will offer one-to-one support including on-going counselling and the delivery of a parenting program

£496,248 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
26 Aug 2009 North Staffs Carers Association

This new project will create a dynamic, positive environment that will empower young carers to overcome disadvantages and help them to develop social, education and career prospects, and life skills.

£492,311 Big Lottery Fund
13 Mar 2012 ARCH (North Staffs) Limited

This new project from ARCH (North Staffs) Limited will develop a dedicated community venue for individuals and families affected by domestic violence. The Sunrise Centre will offer one-to-one support, bespoke packages of emotional and practical support an

£490,833 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2010 ARCH (North Staffs) Limited

This new project based in Stoke will work with people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, ex-offenders and victims of domestic violence, and offer an outreach programme of support services with an emphasis on healthier lifestyles and changing beh

£482,847 Big Lottery Fund
18 May 2011 The Dove Service

This new project will provide bereavement support services to people with learning disabilities in Stoke on Trent. It will provide informal group workshops, peer mentor training, and training in how to deal with bereavement. People with learning disabilit

£480,345 Big Lottery Fund
26 Aug 2009 The Dove Service

This new project will train a number of young people to become peer mediators within their local communities. Once trained, they will be to offer first line support to young people suffering bereavement and loss.

£477,850 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
14 Oct 1999 Stoke on Trent City Council

Chatterley Whitfield Regeneration Project

£463,500 Heritage 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 Apr 2001 The Donna Louise Trust

The project would establish a Community Nursing Team open to any family in the given area of Staffordshire and South Cheshire with a child with a life limiting illness.

£451,607 Community Fund
23 Aug 2006 Home Start Stoke On Trent Limited

Family groups, outreach workers and volunteers will support families with at least one child under five. Volunteers will visit families at home to help them deal with frustrations and problems while outreach support groups will tackle issues like poverty,

£447,532 Big Lottery Fund
11 Mar 2008 North Staffs Carers Association

This project will provide short and long term support for carers in North Staffordshire who provide regular and substantial care and have complex or urgent issues that are seriously affecting their ability to continue with their caring responsibilities. T

£445,735 Big Lottery Fund
22 Feb 2002 Stoke-on-Trent LEA

Goldenhill St. Joseph's Catholic Primary

£439,788 Sport 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
1 Sep 2002 Stoke on Trent LEA

School Sport Coordinator Partnership

£436,014 Sport England
17 Dec 2008 Blurton Parochial Church Council

Blurton Parochial Church Council's 'St Alban's Community Centre' project will extend and develop the existing church hall into a multifunctional building that will host activities promoting health, wellbeing and education within the community of Blurton,

£433,000 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2000 Stoke-On-Trent Citizens Advice Bureau

This is a project to build an extension to the head quarters of the CAB in Stoke on Trent to enable them to provide training on site and accommodate new projects. The grant, over 1 year, will pay for the building costs of the extension, including professi

£432,000 Community Fund
25 Mar 2011 Saltbox

Saltbox will work in partnership with The Dove Service to tackle issues affecting older people around isolation, loneliness, health and well-being, emotional support, bereavement and loss, depression and other mental health problems such as dementia. A te

£423,264 Big Lottery Fund
2 May 2001 Stoke On Trent LEA

School Sport Co-ordinators

£420,514 Sport England
11 Dec 2012 City of Stoke on Trent

Hanley Park

£420,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Mar 2009 Historic Chapels Trust

Bethesda Methodist Chapel, Stoke-on-Trent phase II

£413,600 Heritage 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
9 Sep 2006 The Donna Louise Trust

A Community Nursing Service Will Be Extended For Children With Life-Limiting Or Life-Threatening Conditions And Their Families. 24/7 Respite And End-Of-Life Care Is Provided In Children'S Own Homes And Support Offered For Families As A Whole. This Project

£406,066 Big Lottery Fund
17 Feb 2014 Arch

This is a new project by Arch (North Staffs) Limited (Arch) to increase skills, motivation and opportunities for vulnerable children and young people (CYP) living in Stoke-on-Trent to get involved and participate in decision-making that will affect them a

£388,421 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 2003 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

The grant will be used to create 26 holiday and 211 all year round places for children aged 3-14 years old in Stoke-on-Trent. The project will create 6 new clubs and expand 2 existing provisions.

£386,353 New Opportunities Fund
30 May 2007 Hollybush Centre Limited

A social enterprise in the Hollybush Estate, Blurton, will supply locals with fresh local produce at reasonable prices. A community allotment will produce the fresh fruit and vegetables. Training in food hygiene and general health advice will also be prov

£385,439 Big 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
31 Jan 2012 Base 87 Community Interest Company

This is a new project from Base 87 Community Interest Company that aims to improve the self-confidence, self-esteem and employability skills of young people in the Stoke on Trent area by providing purposeful, accredited learning and engagement activities

£373,799 Big Lottery Fund
13 Jul 2000 North Staffordshire Racial Equality Council

This is a project to purchase and refurbish new premises to create a Black and Ethnic Minority Community Resource Centre. The grant, over one year, will pay for the purchase and refurbishment costs of the building plus professional fees.

£367,000 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Northwood Day Care Centre

To provide a full time day care centre for the low income elderly. The grant, over three years, will be used for the purchase of a building freehold, refurbishment of the building, office equipment, kitchen equipment and bathing equipment for disabled peo

£365,000 Community Fund
26 Mar 1998 ARCH (North Staffs) Limited

The project will provide a day centre with provision for training and advice for homeless young people. The grant over three years will contribute towards eight staff salaries, running costs, training and accommodation support.

£365,000 Community Fund
1 Jul 2005 Stoke-on-Trent Local Education Authority

This project will provide a wide range of sporting, arts, health and education (including family learning) activities reflecting the needs of young people in Stoke-on-Trent. The aims are to promote social inclusion and life-long learning which will contr

£359,000 New Opportunities Fund
19 Mar 2013 Disability Solutions West Midlands

This is a new project that aims to help disabled people by widening opportunities for personal development, training, employment and volunteering. It will support the development of businesses run by disabled people; providing better support and advice se

£354,305 Big Lottery Fund
9 Jul 2014 Caudwell Children

This project aims to support disadvantaged families with a disabled child in Glasgow at crucial points such as birth, diagnosis and family crisis. The project will provide short-term home visiting support from volunteers that includes practical support to

£346,228 Big Lottery Fund
3 Aug 1999 Potteries Preservation Trust

Stoke-on-Trent Bottle Ovens Conservation Scheme

£343,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Aug 2012 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

This new project will see Stoke-on-Trent City Council encourage and increase community use of green spaces in the city by providing activities and facilities for disabled and older people, their families and carers in order to improve their physical and m

£339,136 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
16 Oct 2015 Stoke-on-Trent & North Staffordshire YMCA Foyer

A scheme to improve the employability of long-term unemployed and under-skilled parents. The project will provide literacy, numeracy, and ESOL training, and access to nationally recognised progression qualifications offering opportunities into employment such as the care, retail, business, hospitality and catering sectors.

£319,157 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jun 2011 The Dove Service

This project will provide bereavement support to people with learning disabilities in the Newcastle-under-Lyme and Staffordshire Moorlands districts. It will provide one-to-one counselling and support to individuals whose lives are affected by significant

£315,992 Big Lottery Fund
19 Nov 2001 St Peter's High School

"Floodlit MUGA, tennis courts & ancillary facilities"

£314,127 Sport England
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
21 May 2013 Home Start Stoke On Trent Limited

This is a continuation and expansion of a project by Home Start Stoke On Trent Limited which will continue to offer the usual primary Home Start support to its beneficiary group, but also expand to increase the number of families supported by the scheme t

£308,613 Big Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2006 ARCH (North Staffs) Limited

People who are homeless or have faced a housing crisis will benefit from a range of activities to improve life skills, reduce social isolation and develop healthier lifestyles for long-term wellbeing. Activities to suit their initial and changing needs wi

£302,019 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jan 2012 The Stoke On Trent And District Gingerbread Centre Limited

This expansion and development of a pilot project aims to empower lone parents to take control of their lives and take active participation in their community to deal with issues that affect their lives and improve their employability to create a more sta

£300,915 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2013 Stoke On Trent City Council

Pitch Improvement Works at Dimensions Lesiure Centre

£300,000 Sport England
8 May 2017 Potteries Museum & Art Gallery

Cultural Destinations

£300,000 Arts Council England
21 May 2013 North Staffs Carers Association

The aim of this new project is to support thousands of carers in the local community, empowering the carer's independence, their financial stability and emotional resilience. North Staffs Carers Association will provide an holistic support package to meet

£299,816 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2004 North Staffs Carers Association

The project is to develop the existing carer support project and allow 5868 carers over three years to receive training and advice and work more closely with health professionals. This will mean they will be less isolated, have better health and be more a

£298,930 Community Fund
13 Nov 2012 Bentilee Volunteers Community Association

This is the continuation of an existing project that aims to support older people in the community with the provision of day services at the Bentilee Neighbourhood Centre. It offers a transport service, volunteer placements for people with learning disabi

£298,859 Big Lottery Fund
21 May 2013 Staffordshire North and Stoke-on-Trent Citizens Advice Burea

This new three year project will see Stoke On Trent Citizens Advice Bureau support and strengthen communities and individuals in Stoke On Trent to respond positively to the Government's forthcoming welfare reforms. They will be better informed, have bette

£298,713 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2013 Caudwell Children

This is a new project with elements based on existing and previous work and is to be delivered by Cauldwell Children in the Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Sunderland, Durham and Gateshead areas of the North East. The aim is to provide immediate support in a highly

£291,690 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2003 Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Stoke-on-Trent City Council

£290,324 New Opportunities Fund
21 Sep 1998 Stoke City FC

Football Youth Development Programme

£289,800 Sport England
20 Apr 1999 City of Stoke on Trent Council

Etruria Industrial Museum Phase 2

£286,396 Heritage 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
1 Apr 1999 Port Vale FC

Football Youth Development Programme

£281,222 Sport England
19 Sep 2003 Stoke-On-Trent Citizens Advice Bureau

This is a project to continue to provide information, assistance and support to refugees and asylum seekers in the Stoke on Trent area. The project aims to reduce the poverty and social exclusion experienced by refugees and asylum seekers through the pro

£278,055 Community Fund