Lottery grants awarded to York in 2017

40 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Nov 2017 Badapple Theatre Company

Elves and the Carpenter 2017

£14,780 Arts Council England
20 Oct 2017 Claire Hind

The Heap

£7,200 Arts Council England
12 Oct 2017 New Visuality

Unseen Colours

£4,400 Arts Council England
11 Oct 2017 York Mediale

York Mediale

£99,500 Arts Council England
28 Sep 2017 The Prince of Waless Own Regiment of Yorkshire Museum Chari

Impact: The Story of Yorkshire's First World War Soldiers

£6,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Aug 2017 Badapple Theatre Company

Salsa Verde Daring to be Different RESUBMIT

£15,000 Arts Council England
16 Aug 2017 Yorkshire Film Archive

Hull on Film

£31,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Aug 2017 New Visuality

The group will deliver a series of digital arts workshops, to include graphic design, stop frame animation and digital media recording, for people with learning disabilities. This will provide opportunities to take part in new therapeutic activities, with the aim of reducing social isolation and anxiety, along with developing communication skills.

£9,428 Big Lottery Fund
31 Jul 2017 Henry's Boxing & Community Centre

The group will deliver a series of sports and classroom based activities, with a focus on boxing and lifestyles, for young people. This will enable young people to gain a greater understanding of the consequences of negative behaviour, whilst engaging in non-contact physical activities, with the aim of reducing knife crime and antisocial behaviour.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jul 2017 Kyra-Women's Project

The group will deliver a range of wellbeing activities including mindfulness, yoga and cookery sessions for the benefit of vulnerable, isolated women. This will engage local women in positive activities with the aim of improving their physical and mental wellbeing.

£7,860 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2017 York Carers Centre

The group will deliver a cookery programme for young carers which will focus on producing healthy and affordable meals. This will provide young carers with social opportunities and sustainable cooking skills to enable them to produce healthy, low cost meals for themselves and those they care for.

£7,414 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jun 2017 Tang Hall Primary School

The school will install outdoor play equipment, with the aim of improving the physical development and communication skills of pupils.

£9,878 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jun 2017 York Croquet Club

"Club expansion, recruitment and coaching development"

£8,461 Sport England
26 May 2017 Poppleton Ousebank Primary School

The school will deliver a series of health based activities for pupils, parents and carers. This will encourage participation in physical activities with the aim of reducing obesity and improving wellbeing.

£9,708 Big Lottery Fund
25 May 2017 Dean Stalham

Barred Barred

£14,450 Arts Council England
17 May 2017 York Greenway Champions

Railway to Greenway - Selby to York

£59,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 May 2017 Lydia Cottrell

ATOMIC

£14,960 Arts Council England
25 Apr 2017 Chill in the Community

The group will implement a homework and social club for children and young people. This will provide a relaxed environment to learn and play, with the aim of raising educational attainment and aspirations and reducing antisocial behaviour.

£9,987 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 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
5 Apr 2017 Aesthetica Magazine Ltd

Aesthetica Art Prize and Symposium

£10,000 Arts Council England
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
22 Mar 2017 Fulford Parish Council

Sport In Fulford (Keep on the Grass)

£13,628 Sport England
20 Mar 2017 York Minster Fund

York Minster Glass Endowment

£1,100,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2017 York Civic Trust

Saving Grinling Gibbons' first masterpiece for York, Yorkshire and the Nation: The King David Panel

£100,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Mar 2017 Carr Infant School

The school will install an outdoor multi-activity zone. This will provide access to stimulating outdoor play equipment with the aim of improving gross motor and communication skills, encouraging risk taking and reducing obesity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Centre for Global Education

This project will raise awareness and appreciation of migrants in Yorkshire to reduce the stigma associated with migration, as well as to promote cohesion and integration in the community.

£9,740 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Ixion Holdings (Contracts) Limited

The funding will be used to provide support for people who are not in work in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme and the Staffordshire Moorlands. The project will provide an individualised approach that will help people with multiple barriers to move closer and into employment.

£2,286,702 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2017 Ixion Holdings (Contracts) Limited

The funding will be used to work with people furthest from the labour market across Essex in order to help them move towards or into sustainable volunteering, education, training or employment. The project will particularly focus on people with a history of moving in and out of the labour market, including those in a cycle of seasonal or temporary jobs.

£400,001 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2017 Friends of Amarna House

This project will use funding to implement a trolley service within the care home they befriend, to be run by volunteers. This will provide older people with books, toiletries and conversation, leading to activities outside of the home, with the aim of alleviating depression and loneliness amongst residents.

£9,314 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2017 Stretch

This project is community support events and workshops for young people leaving care. This will engage them in positive structured activities with the aim of supporting their transition from care to independence.

£9,200 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2017 St Mary the Virgin Church, Strensall

This project will use funding to purchase new lightweight easily storable chairs and a trolley for their new community building. This will enable facility users, particularly older residents, to safely move and stack seating for events and activities, which will reduce social isolation.

£9,840 Big Lottery Fund
21 Feb 2017 Mainstay

This project is the creation of a website for the group's support service which will enable them to implement online help, advice and information for people experiencing mental health issues.

£9,541 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2017 Osbaldwick Parish Council

The funding will be used to install an activity trail in a village in York. The project aims to provide children with a safe and stimulating place to play and socialise, reducing obesity in the community.

£9,946 Big Lottery Fund
14 Feb 2017 The Poppleton Community Trust

This project is the delivery of health based activities, to include chairobics, walking football and indoor bowls, for older and less able bodied people in the community. This will encourage participation in suitable physical activities whilst socialising, with the aim of reducing health inequalities and isolation.

£9,993 Big Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2017 Friends of St Nicholas Fields

Scything for Grassland Management York

£64,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Feb 2017 Yorkshire Wildlife Trust

Wolds Water A revival of the heritage of Dew Ponds

£63,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Jan 2017 Lakeside Primary School

The school will deliver lunchtime and after school healthy eating and fitness sessions. This will encourage participation in physical exercise, with the aim of reducing childhood obesity and promoting wellbeing.

£9,920 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jan 2017 Natural England

Bats in Churches

£3,802,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Jan 2017 Badapple Theatre Company

Eddie and the Gold Tops

£15,000 Arts Council England