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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
9 Apr 2017 Bridlington Club For Young People

This project is the delivery of afterschool and holiday activities for young people based on physical activity, sports and fitness. This will provide opportunities to participate in positive, diversionary activities.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Bash Local

Bash Local

£4,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Cantley Community Library Ltd

Cantley Community Library Ltd

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 The Friends of Welholme

This project is furniture upcycling workshops for BME members of the community, who do not speak English or have English as a second language. This will enable participation in conversational English whilst working together and making friends, with the aim of reducing isolation.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 RAY (Refugee Action York)

The group provides education and helps relieve financial hardship among migrants, asylum seekers and those granted refugee status. The project will build on its existing support work with weekly drop-ins, providing helpful activities like English classes for adults and homework support for children. Shared meals will also be provided and food distributed to those in need. Volunteers will be trained to support people, collect and deliver donated food, fundraise and campaign.

£162,451 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Thorne Moorends West Road Primary School

The school will create a sensory and eco friendly garden. This will provide a stimulating and fun environment to encourage participation in outdoor activities, with the aim of improving behaviour and developing core skills.

£9,902 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Bradford UNESCO City of Film

The group will deliver weekly community gatherings for people from different cultures and backgrounds using film and conversation to discuss the issues they face and how to become a stronger community. This will promote cohesion in the community and acceptance of different cultures.

£9,180 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 RAY Refugee Action York

The group provides education and helps relieve financial hardship among migrants, asylum seekers and those granted refugee status. The project will build on its existing support work with weekly drop-ins, providing helpful activities like English classes for adults and homework support for children. Shared meals will also be provided and food distributed to those in need. Volunteers will be trained to support people, collect and deliver donated food, fundraise and campaign.

£162,451 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Bradford Refugee Forum

This project is the provision of a support service for refugees and asylum seekers, and will offer advice and information regarding local services with the aim of reducing isolation and supporting integration into community life.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Bridge Project (The)

The project aims to provide a safe, supportive space for people recovering from addiction and/or mental ill health. It is a place which people can access throughout the week (daytime and evenings) and on Saturdays, participating in activities, building relationships and working on their own recovery. It is a member-based organisation and the activities they offer provide the support they need to recovery. Training, education sessions and courses will enable members to retrain and develop their skills.

£331,969 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Esk Moors Caring Limited

The project deliver community based activities to reduce isolation and improve community connections. Activities include gym and yoga sessions, reading and reminiscence coffee mornings, learning about lap tops and Ipads, local courses and information sessions. Their approach is based on a close relationship with the community they serve. People also suggest activities they want to do & the project will either deliver these sessions or support individuals to set up the sessions themselves.

£123,579 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 sheila howarth

carnival arts

£14,500 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Aesthetica Magazine Ltd

Aesthetica Art Prize and Symposium

£10,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Hebden Bridge Burlesque Festival

Hebden Bridge Burlesque Festival

£10,217 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Terry Gee

Blink

£15,000 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Samuel Parker

Walking The Landscape: a Nidderdale Visual Arts commission

£14,800 Arts Council England
5 Apr 2017 Mosborough History Meeting Group

This project is series of history based events and activities for older members of the community. This will enable people to learn about the history of where they live, whilst gaining new skills and socialising, with the aim of reducing isolation.

£8,200 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Joanna Leeds

The project focuses on the needs of each woman through individual and group activities. They provide support to individuals looking at the root causes of their issues. Activities include a hot meal in a ?family? environment, gardening, cinema visits, attending the nail bar and cooking. This project will also work with members of the local community to improve community relationships, develop their understanding of the issues of street sex workers in their area and provide volunteering opportunities.

£229,573 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 The West End Centre

The aim of the centre is to develop skills and to provide better access to digital services and promote greater social inclusion. The centre has evolved from its grassroots beginnings and has become truly integrated across the key target mixed community ward. Activities will be offered and include everything from therapeutic gardening to singing and Yoga. Open workshops are provided 4 days a week include IT skills sessions to address digital exclusion, , Literacy & Numeracy, job search and language courses.

£304,581 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 Hoot Creative Arts

Celebrating Age

£99,971 Arts Council England
4 Apr 2017 Grow To Community Interest Company

This project is the delivery of growing and eating workshops for pupils and their families. This will encourage people to participate in physical activities and adopt a healthy lifestyle, with the aim of reducing obesity and health inequalities.

£9,996 Big Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2017 The Green Team

The project will provide volunteering opportunities for local people through garden maintenance and other horticultural activities. Volunteers will offer garden maintenance to residents on low incomes who can no longer manage their gardens and who cannot afford commercial rates. Many volunteers have disabilities, health issues and troubled personal histories and the project aims to transform their lives, enhancing health and wellbeing and increasing confidence and self-esteem.

£147,500 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 The Youth Association

The group is looking to continue its Monk Bretton Detached Project, which delivers youth engagement work in Monk Bretton and Lundwood, areas with high deprivation levels and many young people on the verge of involvement with crime and anti-social behavior. Street-based youth workers will help dis-engaged young people by building relationships during evenings and weekends in local outdoor spaces. Support and activities will also be offered to develop life skills and improve access to accredited training.

£120,882 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Shabang Inclusive Learning

This project is the delivery of arts workshops, including photography, pottery and crafts, for young women with additional learning needs. This will provide opportunities for women to meet new friends and discuss issues pertaining to them, with the aim of reducing loneliness and social isolation.

£9,490 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 LoveBread CIC

The group will lay resin flooring and conduct health and safety training at their community bakery. This will provide staff, volunteers and visitors with a safe environment and enable the group to meet the demand for school visits to their premises, whilst reducing incidences of trips and slips.

£8,946 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Moldgreen Community Primary School

The school will install climbing equipment and surfacing. This will reduce overcrowding of current equipment, with the aim of improving behaviours amongst pupils.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 St Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Huddersfield

The school will create a family library area. This will provide a dedicated space for reading with the aim of developing literacy skills across the school community.

£9,985 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Khushal Zindagi Group

This project is a series of activities, to include swimming, trips and assertiveness training, for BME women. This will help to increase confidence and reduce social isolation.

£9,240 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Tang Hall Smart C.I.C.

This project is the delivery of work experience activities and emotional support sessions for people with a variety of different issues such as homelessness and addiction. This will provide them with new skills and the opportunity to discuss issues pertaining to them, with the aim of improving employment prospects and promoting wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 That Friday Feeling

The group will deliver a series of horticultural workshops, for people with learning disabilities and socially isolated men from the community. This will provide structured, positive things to do whilst socialising, with the aim of reducing isolation and promoting wellbeing.

£9,850 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Hall Road Academy

The school will run health based activities, including smoothie making, tag rugby and Zumba. This will encourage children to participate in physical activities and adopt a healthy lifestyle, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity and associated health inequalities in later life.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Premier Taekwondo

The group will train volunteers to be able to deliver taekwondo activities for local people. This will ensure the sustainability of the group and encourage beneficiaries to participate in physical activities, with the aim of reducing obesity and health inequalities.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Station House

The group will recruit a sessional worker to deliver workshops for children and young people about physical activity and a healthy diet, managing anger and difficult situations and looking after mental health. This will improve the health and wellbeing of young people.

£8,977 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2017 Birstall Parish Church

The group will make improvements to a public green space which is used by the community for walks. This will make the space safer so it can be continued to be used.

£5,984 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Eastmoor Community Project Ltd

The project will continue some of its existing activity with the addition of a new strand of funding focussed on the development of mental good health, an important need in the community. The group will deliver a preventative programme of support, guidance, awareness-raising and social activities. Sessions and events will also be offered to support people of all ages and backgrounds with learning difficulties, helping them to develop the motivation and confidence to be more productive and live better.

£361,499 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Rotherham And District Citizens Advice Bureau

This project is the implementation of a new network system and website, for partners and service users of the citizens advice bureau.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Unity Day Festival

This project is a community football tournament event, using football as hook to inform people about local services, as well as delivering workshops about crime and antisocial behaviour. This will provide young people with diversionary activities, with the aim of reducing crime and antisocial behaviour.

£7,400 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 VANEL

This project is a volunteer training scheme for retired emergency service officers which will enable them to obtain a volunteer card qualification and take on a volunteering role with a local group.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2017 Barton-le-Street Village Hall

The group will install a community public access defibrillator in the village to provide residents and visitors with the means to assist in the event of a cardiac arrest, with the aim of saving lives.

£3,104 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Adam Robinson

The Accidents (Research and Development project)

£14,430 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Red Dragonfly Productions

Taking Flight Festival 2018

£14,969 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Elizabeth Walker

Catmother

£9,500 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Wakefield Library Service

Creative reminiscence in Libraries

£14,964 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Vrata Chigateri

The Mahabharat

£12,619 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Charlotte Bowen

Cleethorpes Jazz Festival 2017

£15,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Open Minds Theatre Company

Rotherham Colourscape Festival

£14,950 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Ellie Harrison

Grief Series part 6 Research and Development

£9,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Louder Than Words Festival

Louder Than Words Festival 2017

£14,890 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Kingston Art Group

KAG Gallery Programme 2017/18

£15,000 Arts Council England
29 Mar 2017 Environmental & Management Solutions Limited

The group aims to alleviate food and fuel poverty, build people?s confidence through volunteering and increase wildlife habitats. The project will develop five large unused/semi derelict green spaces in the city?s high deprivation areas into 50 community allotments, allowing locals to grow their own produce and improve access to healthy food. They will also build a larger ?therapeutic? allotment to allow people with disabilities to get involved and benefit from allotment gardening.

£184,900 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Cudworth Activity & Health Group

The group will deliver anti-bullying workshops for young people with various disabilities and their families. This will enable young people to be assertive and remove the stigma attached to reporting bullying, and will allow parents to recognise the signs of a bully or being bullied, with the aim of reducing school exclusions and promoting wellbeing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Tiggers Tots & Kids

The group will deliver a series of after school rugby sessions for children. This will encourage participation in physical activities with the aim of reducing childhood obesity.

£9,961 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 GAZ

This project is the implementation of an advice and advocacy service for young NEET members of the community, through social media. This will enable additional beneficiaries to discuss issues pertaining to them and receive any support they may need with regards to gaining work, with the aim of reducing unemployment and promoting wellbeing.

£6,240 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 St Anne's School and Sixth Form College

This project is a series of after school and holiday activities, for pupils with Autism, to include horse riding and trampolining. This will provide opportunities for participation in exciting new activities, with the aim of reducing isolation out of school hours.

£9,895 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Brinsworth Parish Council

Brinsworth Parish Council

£632,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2017 Low Moor Holy Trinity Cricket Club

The group will improve their playing field by installing a safety fence which will provide a safe environment for community groups to access.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Craven College

The aim of this project is to support individuals and families who are at risk of isolation from society, increasing their resilience and ability to support themselves and their families. Participants will benefit from improved skills, confidence and resilience. The project will allow them to gain work experience with local employers, apprenticeships and education providers, moving participants into employment, training or job seeking.

£252,534 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Hambleton District Council

Swim Pilot Phase 3

£36,400 Sport England
28 Mar 2017 The Include Foundation

Urban Rugby - Bringing Rugby To The Streets

£9,386 Sport England
28 Mar 2017 Stainland Sports Association

This project is the delivery of afterschool sport activities for young children. This will improve physical health and wellbeing.

£6,855 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 The Conservation Volunteers

This is a project by a charity in Doncaster, benefiting people in Chichester. They will use the funding to create a green gym, which will provide a range of outdoor exercises and physical environmental activities to the local community. The gym will help to increase people?s fitness whilst improving local green spaces.

£7,210 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Mapplewell Sports Trust

This project is the delivery of holiday activities for children and young people, with a focus on health. This will encourage participation in physical activities, with the aim of reducing health inequalities amongst children and young people.

£9,950 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 St Joseph's School, a Catholic Voluntary Academy

The school will install outdoor play equipment and surfacing. This will provide a safe and stimulating place to play, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity.

£9,715 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Todwick Primary School

The school will deliver an environment and technology programme which will transform an area of woodland; and encourage pupils, particularly SEN children, to participate in activities and gain a greater understanding of their heritage, with the aim of developing confidence, raising self-esteem and promoting wellbeing.

£8,850 Big Lottery Fund
28 Mar 2017 Round One

This project is the delivery of boxing based activities, with a focus on bullying, for parents and children who have had a negative experience of the issue. This will enable them to gain new skills around discipline, confidence and sportsmanship, along with a greater understanding of behaviours, bullying characteristics and practical anti-bullying strategies.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Red Ladder Theatre Company

The Shed Crew

£48,500 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Richard Galloway

MARCHING ON EMBERS

£32,912 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Create Arts Development Ltd.

Festivals North - Yorkshire Electric

£80,000 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Breaking Tradition

Dib organisational development

£21,474 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 Eureka! The National Childrens Museum

digiPlaySpace 2017

£60,000 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 North Lincolnshire Council Arts Development

North Lincolnshire Music Futures

£30,000 Arts Council England
27 Mar 2017 St Charles? Roman Catholic Voluntary Aided Primary School

The school will deliver fitness sessions for pupils and families. This will tackle the growing issue of obesity and physical inactivity within the community.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Brampton Youth Group

This project is a series of weekly and holiday activities for young people. This will provide positive diversionary things to do, whilst exploring issues such as bullying and peer pressure, with the aim of reducing crime and antisocial behaviour and raising self-esteem and aspirations.

£9,915 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Thirsk Athletics Club

The group will purchase new tables and chairs for their club house. This will enable the facility to be used for community events and activities, with the aim of reducing isolation.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Public Arts

This project is the creation of a writing group for women with mental health issues, as well as drop in sessions, with the aim of changing perceptions of mental health problems in Wakefield and promoting positive mental health.

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Glebe Road Allotments

The group will install perimeter fencing and security lighting around their allotment area. This will provide the community with a safer place for growing activities, with the aim of reducing further vandalism and antisocial behaviour at the site.

£8,364 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Laithes Primary School

The school will install a trim trail and surfacing. This will encourage physical activity, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity and improving behaviours.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Crofton Infants' School

The school will install outdoor play equipment and surfacing. This will provide a safe and stimulating place to play out of school hours, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity across the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2017 Strawberry Fields Primary School

The school will create a working pond and wildlife garden along with an allotment area for gardening activities, as well as installing an outdoor classroom. This will provide an accessible outdoor environment for the school community.

£9,183 Big Lottery Fund
26 Mar 2017 Beat Autism

This project is trips and activities for autistic children and their families during the school holidays. This will provide social opportunities, with the aim of reducing stress and isolation and promoting wellbeing.

£9,636 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2017 Shiloh (Rotherham)

The group will recruit additional sessional staff to provide support for homeless people or those who are vulnerably housed. This will enable the group to meet the demand for their services, ascertain the needs and priorities of service users and ensure the sustainability of the organisation.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Rural Arts North Yorkshire

Celebrating Age

£89,635 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2017 YMCA White Rose

Music Matters

£27,680 Arts Council England
24 Mar 2017 Bhojan Sangam Group

This project is the delivery of basic English activities, crafts and gentle exercise, for older members of the Hindu community. This will encourage participation in social activities, with the aim of reducing isolation and promoting wellbeing.

£9,800 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2017 Reach

This project is the creation of a food growing garden, where they will deliver cooking and nutrition workshops. This will reduce incidences of malnutrition and obesity across the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Clayton Village Primary School

CVP Moving On Up Music Project

£30,000 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Maria Spadafora

Peed Off Princesses

£6,075 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Geoff Brokate

Beyond Binary

£12,397 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Ralph Dartford

Recovery Songs

£13,500 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Sarah Corbett

Dorothys Colour

£10,025 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Suzannah Evans

South Yorkshire Poetry Festival 2017

£13,781 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Lydia Marchant

Hull Young Playwrights Project

£4,127 Arts Council England
23 Mar 2017 Age UK Barnsley

The aim of the project is to improve the wellbeing of older men in the borough, in particular reducing social isolation and improving their confidence. This will be achieved through the provision of a ?Shed?, in this case a woodworking workshop, which provides an informal space which attracts members and enables them to carry out their own projects in the company of other men.

£278,713 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Eastrington Toddlers Group

The group will purchase floor covers which will ensure the floor is safe and accessible for small children to crawl and play on.

£528 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Kids Fitness Zone

The group will deliver a variety of holiday activities for children and young people. This will provide diversionary activities out of school hours, with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Mar 2017 Barlby Community Primary School

The school will install a boat role play structure, outdoor play equipment and surfacing. This will encourage participation in active play, with the aim of developing communication skills.

£9,990 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2017 St Michael s Youth Project

Urban Poets Society

£26,882 Arts Council England
22 Mar 2017 Leeds City Council

This project will work with families at risk of causing anti-social behaviour problems, receiving criminal records, coming to the attention of police or having their children excluded from school. All of these issues may result in major barriers to gaining and sustaining employment. This project will focus on preventative measures, early intervention and early remedial treatment for families at risk, and for some, movement into further education, training, job seeking or employment.

£1,812,221 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2017 Fulford Parish Council

Sport In Fulford (Keep on the Grass)

£13,628 Sport England