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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Over 700 Lottery funded projects in Peterborough...

 
 
 
  • Peterborough Bangladesh Welfare Association UK

    03/09/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,938
    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to provide skills training, enable people to be better prepared for the job market.
  • Read Easy Peterborough

    30/07/2013
    Grant Amount: £4,508
    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to provide coaching with trained volunteers for adults who have reading difficulties. This will enable people to access one to one confidential tuition
  • PACO Ltd

    30/07/2013
    Grant Amount: £10,000
    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to install a stairlift within their premises. This will enable elderly and disabled people to access the building and take part in activities. stair lift

  • Highlees Community Primary School

    30/07/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,889
    This is a project by a school in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to convert an overgrown and currently unusable area on the edge of our school grounds into a wildlife study garden for the wider community.
  • Peterborough Culture and Leisure

    24/07/2013
    Grant Amount: £725,046
    Creative people and places
  • Peterborough Culture and Leisure

    18/07/2013
    Grant Amount: £4,892
    Graphic Novel Workshops (Libraries Fund)
  • Jack Hunt School

    21/06/2013
    Grant Amount: £6,288
    Developing School - Community - Cluster Sport Clubs
  • Barnack Cricket Club

    19/06/2013
    Grant Amount: £3,050
    Barnack Cricket Club
  • Peterborough Lions RUFC

    10/06/2013
    Grant Amount: £5,000
    Introduction to Rugby
  • Buglife - The Invertebrate Conservation Trust

    07/06/2013
    Grant Amount: £10,000
    Implementing good ideas at Buglife
  • The Froglife Trust

    07/06/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,800
    Public Support for Reptiles and Amphibians:
  • Clifton Court Residents Association

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £6,753
    This is a project by a community organisation in Peterborough. The group will use funding to refurbish their communal room, including the installation of double glazing and providing disabled access. This will encourage more older residents to use the facility.
  • The Peterborough Deafblind Club

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £5,700
    This is a project by a community organisation in Peterborough. The group will use the funding to provide specially trained communicators and outings for people who are deafblind.
  • Gunthorpe Primary School

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,995
    This is a project by a school in Gunthorpe, Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to set up and run an activity based holiday club within school. This will enable the school to provide a safe environment for young people to enjoy their school.
  • Gladstone District Community Association

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,940
    This is a project by a registered charity in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to run flower arranging classes and a regular meeting group for seniors ladies for members of the local BME community.
  • The National Autistic Society Peterborough and District Bran

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,998
    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of training events for parents and carers of children with Autism, and information and consultation events for parents.
  • Clifton Court Residents Association

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £6,753
    This is a project by a community organisation in Peterborough. The group will use funding to refurbish their communal room, including the installation of double glazing and providing disabled access. This will encourage more older residents to use the facilty
  • The Peterborough Deafblind Club

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £5,700
    This is a project by a community organisation in Peterborough. The group will use the funding to provide specially trained communicators and outings for people who are deafblind. This will enable the group to provide social activities for people who are deaf and blind.
  • Gunthorpe Primary School

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,995
    This is a project by a school in Gunthorpe, Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to set up and run an activity based holiday club within school. This will enable the school to provide a safe environment for young people to enjoy their school
  • Gladstone District Community Association

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,940
    This is a project by a registered charity in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to run flower arranging classes and a regular meeting group for seniors ladies for members of the local BME community. This will enable partic

    The National Autistic Society Peterborough and District Bran

    28/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,998
    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of training events for parents and carers of children with Autism, and information and consultation events for par
  • Peterborough YOT

    24/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £32,320
    Peterborough Music Bridge Course
  • Peterborough Cathedral

    21/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £500,000
    Catalyst Endowment - Peterborough Cathedral - Precinct Walls
  • Natural England

    21/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £780,200
    Nurturing Nature Conservation Skills using NNRs
  • Peterborough Cathedral

    21/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £500,000
    Catalyst Endowment - Peterborough Cathedral - Precinct Walls
  • The Thorney Society

    15/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £7,200
    Ways of seeing Thorney
  • Peterborough Citizens Advice Bureau

    14/05/2013
    Grant Amount: £180,806
    The aim of this new project is to meet the increasing Rights and Responsibility advice needs of the people of Peterborough by providing improved access routes and improved advice to those most in need. The project will ensure that clients have more choice
  • Orton Longueville Playgroup

    09/04/2013
    Grant Amount: £10,000
    This is a project by a registered charity in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to install play equipment in their garden in their new location, as they have been moved from their current location, for young people.
  • Vivacity Culture and Leisure

    09/04/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,984
    This is a project by a company and registered charity in Peterborough. The group will use the funding to develop a public health education hub that will be made accessible to all health care professionals in the area.
  • Orton Longueville Playgroup

    09/04/2013
    Grant Amount: £10,000
    This is a project by a registered charity in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to install play equipment in their garden in their new location, as they have been moved from their current location, for young people. This will enable young
  • Deafblind UK

    03/04/2013
    Grant Amount: £199,133
    The UK based charity plans to use the funding to extend its services into Northern Ireland and to help over 60?s coping with combined sensory loss by providing practical support and assistance. Support groups will be established in Central Belfast, Newtow
  • The Froglife Trust

    26/03/2013
    Grant Amount: £25,100
    River Nene Dragon Finder
  • Helpston Scout and Guide Group

    05/03/2013
    Grant Amount: £5,000
    This is a project by a registered charity in Peterborough. The organisation will use funding to install new doors within their building. This will provide the community with a secure community facility, which will be draught proof and warm in the winter m
  • Creative Peterborough

    15/02/2013
    Grant Amount: £9,901
    Give & Take: A collaborative art giveaway event
  • Ormiston Bushfield Academy

    30/01/2013
    Grant Amount: £7,998
    Back to Sport - Rowing
  • Caverstede Early Years Centre

    21/01/2013
    Grant Amount: £3,454
    This is a project by an Early Years Centre in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. The organisation will use the funding to provide on-site healthy cooking and eating sessions to parents and children, and facilities to record and share over the web home cooking
    • Peterborough & Fenland MIND

      20/11/2012
      Grant Amount: £7,928
      This charity based in Peterborough will use funding to furnish their new drop in service premises with new sofas, an aquarium and signage for the building. This will provide a more welcoming and comfortable environment for new and existing their service u
    • Jamie Zubairi

      15/11/2012
      Grant Amount: £7,000
      Unbroken Line
    • Peterborough Regional College

      06/11/2012
      Grant Amount: £105,000
      College Sport Makers
    • Age Concern Peterborough

      16/10/2012
      Grant Amount: £67,036
      This project will deliver fitness sessions to older people in Peterborough aimed at reducing the number of falls, and subsequent hospitalisation, they suffer and improving their physical fitness. Instructors will lead classes in palates, yoga, armchair aerobics, bowling and aqua-aerobics, which will improve their health but also give them a chance to socialise and build friendships.
    • Peterborough Freestyle

      02/10/2012
      Grant Amount: £9,800
      This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to run family fitness sessions and martial arts activities for girls.
    • Beat This CIC

      22/08/2012
      Grant Amount: £40,315
      Beat Orchestra
    • Peterborough Rugby Union Football Club Ltd

      13/08/2012
      Grant Amount: £45,000
      Clubhouse refurbishment and extension.
    • NHS Peterborough

      23/07/2012
      Grant Amount: £10,000
      This is a project by a health body in Peterborough. The organisation will use funding to run a Youth Health Champions scheme for young people in the area. This will provide participants with the skills to signpost and advise their peers regarding health organisations, along with providing the basic skills required to pursue a career within the health service.
    • The Thomas Deacon Academy

      23/07/2012
      Grant Amount: £9,817
      This is a project by a company limited by guarantee in St Neots. The organisation will use the funding to install outdoor gym equipment on the school sports field for children at the school and the wider community. This will encourage those who do not like traditional PE activities to increase their physical activity.
    • PACO Ltd

      17/07/2012
      Grant Amount: £308,027
      PACO aims to expand this existing project, providing a community hub which offers training and volunteering opportunities to Peterborough's diverse communities. It intends to bring people together to develop themselves and reach their true potential by raising confidence and aspirations through its internet streamed community radio service.
    • Spina bifida, Hydrocephalus, Information, Networking, Equali

      18/06/2012
      Grant Amount: £91,121
      SHINE will recruit volunteers to run and manage an interactive network for older people with spina bifida and hydrocephalus, empowering people to take control of their lives, live independently and provide support and friendship to each other. Older people will pool their knowledge and experience to produce a guide to help others who are ageing with spina bifida or hydrocephalus.
    • Orton Community Transport Association Limited

      06/06/2012
      Grant Amount: £10,000
      This is a project by an Industrial Provident Society in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to upgrade their IT system and run a marketing campaign. This will enable them to expand their Dial a Ride service to provide accessible community transport in rurally isolated areas of Greater Peterborough.
    • Burghley Park Cricket Club

      29/05/2012
      Grant Amount: £9,500
      Burghley Park Cricket
    • Hinchcliffe 1 Friendly Club

      18/05/2012
      Grant Amount: £323
      This is a project by a voluntary group in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to host a celebration event at their sheltered housing scheme to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This will give residents the opportunity to socialise and develop relationships with other members of their community, reducing their social isolation.
    • Castor Parish Council

      18/05/2012
      Grant Amount: £3,300
      This is a project by a Parish Council in Peterborough. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of events including a street parade, street party and music event to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. This will provide activities for new members of their community to engage with existing ones, increasing community spirit and cohesion.
    • The Froglife Trust

      08/05/2012
      Grant Amount: £5,881
      This is a project by a charity and not for profit company based in Peterborough. The group will use funding to purchase equipment and provide training in monitoring and surveying different wildlife, for the benefit of volunteers and new volunteers of the group.
    • Mark Grist

      04/04/2012
      Grant Amount: £5,000
      The Geek shall inherit the Earth-Edinburgh run
    • Langdyke Countryside Trust

      29/03/2012
      Grant Amount: £50,000
      Torpel Manor Field Education Project
    • William Scott Abbott Trust

      21/03/2012
      Grant Amount: £78,500
      Sacrewell Watermill Restoration Project
    • Peterborough City Rowing Club

      21/03/2012
      Grant Amount: £3,500
      Rowing for Girls



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