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  • Harrogate Borough Council

    13/07/2012

    Grant Amount: £240,000

    North Yorkshire Sport CSP Funding 2011/2015

  • The Friends of Jacob Smith Park

    06/06/2012

    Grant Amount: £6,425

    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in North Yorkshire. The organisation will use funding to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee in two key events with the first being a Big Lunch and the second being a planting of a wildlife corridor of native species along the boundary of the park. This will enable the community to come together and will also create a green space.

  • Yorkshire Driftwood

    06/06/2012

    Grant Amount: £6,468

    This is a project by a voluntary and community organisation in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire. The organisation will use funding to provide woodwork workshops and create a website to promote the organisation for disabled people in the community, resulting in a nature trail. This will address the lack of community facilitates and opportunities for disabled people to interact and a lack opportunities to learn job related skills.

  • Chapter of Ripon Cathedral

    18/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a community organisation in Ripon. The organisation will use funding to run various activities, including a flower festival and silent film screening, to enable the wider community to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

  • Newby Hall Estate

    15/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £24,600

    Country House at War

  • Carers' Resource

    14/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £295,122

    This project will encourage and help carers and former carers to achieve their own aspirations for work, training and learning outside their caring role. Carers will be supported through the process and offered a menu of activities including training, new skills, volunteering, work experience and access to employment opportunities. Activities will provide supportive, individually-focused learning that identifies and addresses the specific and multiple barriers that carers face.

  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Harrogate

    08/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a primary school in Harrogate. The organisation will use funding to install outdoor play facilities on school grounds. This will provide outdoor play facilities for pupils and the wider community.

  • Dishforth Airfield Community Primary School

    08/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £9,500

    This is a project by a primary school in Dishforth Airfield, Thirsk. The organisation will use funding to improve their outdoor space with a range of play equipment, shelters, games and planters for children at the school and the wider community. This will enable increased opportunities for children to engage in creative and active play.

  • Disability Action Yorkshire

    08/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £5,872

    This is a project by an incorporated charity in Harrogate. The organisation will use funding to create a community garden with accessible beds and facilities for people with disabilities. This will provide an accessible outdoor facility to teach people with disabilities how to grow and cook healthy vegetables and participate in physical gardening activities.

  • Boroughbridge Allotment Society

    08/05/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a voluntary group in Boroughbridge. The organisation will use funding to install a composting toilet at their allotment site. This will improve the facility for the benefit of allotment holders, visitors and members of the community who attend events held at the site.

  • Antifobia Theatre Company

    27/03/2012

    Grant Amount: £4,747

    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The organisation will use funding to deliver a programme of arts based workshops within a high school. This will improve young people's awareness and understanding of prejudice by enabling participants to reflect on their and wider community views, and identify ways of influencing change.

  • Ripon International Festival

    20/03/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    Fifteenth Ripon International Festival

  • Copt Hewick Village Hall

    19/03/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a charity based in Copt Hewick near Harrogate, North Yorkshire. The organisation will use the funding to redevelop part of the village hall into a bar area. This will enhance the role of the village hall as the community hub drawing all sections of the community together in voluntary activity, and assist with ensuring the hall's viability and sustainability.

  • Harrogate International Festival

    06/03/2012

    Grant Amount: £80,000

    2012 & Beyond

  • Harrogate & Area Council for Voluntary Service Limited

    20/02/2012

    Grant Amount: £7,753

    This is a project by a charity in Harrogate. The group will use funding to run a series of workshops and events, including finance management and organisation health checks, for trustees of local charities. This will enable participants to receive advice and information that will assist them to run their organisations more effectively.

  • Long Marston Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary

    20/02/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a school in North Yorkshire. The group will use funding to purchase a transportable dynamic movement skills system for schools and the community to engage them in physical activity. This will enable all ages to take part in a variety of activities designed to tackle obesity and improve healthier lifestyles.

  • Killinghall PTA

    20/02/2012

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a charity based in Harrogate. The group will use funding to purchase ICT equipment including laptops and peripherals, for the benefit of the local community. This will enable the school to provide drop in sessions, structured training and internet access to people who do not have access to ICT facilities due to financial barriers.

  • Acupuncture North Community Interest Company

    20/02/2012

    Grant Amount: £9,940

    This is a project by a not-for-profit company in Leeds. The organisation will use funding to deliver complementary therapy, exercise, and social support to carers. This will improve their emotional wellbeing and confidence, and reduce their isolation.

  • Rossett School

    20/02/2012

    Grant Amount: £9,568

    This is a project by a school and company limited by guarantee in Harrogate. The group will use funding to run after-school activities focused on reducing antisocial behaviour through sports, workshops and team-building activities. This will provide young people at risk of engaging in antisocial behaviour with positive activities aimed at improving social and life skills.

  • Knaresborough RUFC Limited

    10/02/2012

    Grant Amount: £50,000

    Knaresborough Rugby Club Club House

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