Lottery funding for local groups

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Lottery funding for local groups

A number of organisations in Northamptonshire & Peterborough are to get a cash boost from the National Lottery.

See below;

 

I Matter Too

The project will aim to address the needs identified by children and young people affected by a family member’s substance misuse, and support them through the school holidays and evenings. They will work with young people and children as young as five, who will gain respite from their chaotic lifestyles and give them the opportunity to rebuild family relationships, reduce isolation and empower them to reach their full potential and reintegrate back into their community.

Wellingborough

Wellingborough

East Midlands

£485,075

Castle Playing Fields Outdoor Gym Barton Seagrave

The project will install an outdoor gym so local residents can participate in activities that benefit their fitness and wellbeing.
East Midlands

£10,000
Thrapston Bowls Club

Clubhouse Development to increase community use

The project will improve toilet facilities and disabled access in the clubhouse to increase the number of people who use the community building.
£10,000
Pink House Craft Club-Oundle

The project will continue a pilot arts project for people with mild to moderate mental health conditions. This will provide opportunities to socialise and access arts activities, increasing their self-esteem and mental wellbeing.
£7,692

Vytis – integration and cohesion through basketball

This organisation will use the funding to run a programme of basketball coaching sessions for the culturally diverse local community. This project will be used as a mechanism to integrate socially disadvantaged groups into the community.

Peterborough

City of Peterborough

Eastern

£10,000
Bretton Parish Council

Bretton ‘Back To Work’

This organisation will use the funding to deliver employment support sessions to the local community and will include CV writing workshops and individual skills audits. This will provide an opportunity for unemployed people to develop their skills, increase their job market knowledge and improve their chances of obtaining future employment.

Peterborough

City of Peterborough

Eastern

£9,978
 

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