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Stockley Academy

£20,000 in year 1

To raise students' aspirations and broaden their horizons through progressive outdoor activities designed to build self confidence and encourage students to engage in their education.

www.stockleyacademy.com


PCC St Matthew's Yiewsley

£8,000

Director of Outline Theatre - salary funding

www.stmatthewsyiewsley.org.uk


Hayes FM Film & Media

£15,000

A Summer celebration of music, arts and culture encompassing the Queen's Jubilee and a local cultural Olympiad.

www.hayesfm.org.uk


William Byrd Pool Trust Ltd

£12,765

To install pool covers, this will reduce running costs and our carbon footprint, enabling us to keep the prices down.


Bell Farm Christian Centre

£74,140 over 2 years

An advice, information and care service including outreach to Sipson Village and the provision of financial capability training.

www.bfcc.org.uk


Friends of Moorcroft School

£6,080

To provide communication aids, switches and switch accessible devices for pupils with special educational needs.

www.moorcroft.hillingdon.sch.uk


EDT (Engineering Development Trust)

£7,400

To introduce and run 'First Edition' science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) events in south Hillingdon secondary schools.

www.etrust.org.uk


The Catholic Children's Society

£6,500

To launch a play therapy service at Rabbs Farm Primary School to support vulnerable children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.

www.cathchild.org.uk


EKTA

£2,000

To promote awareness of healthy living and wellbeing in women aged 50 and above.


Acts 29

£7,500

Community youth music showcase / event management course (pilot)


Harmondsworth & Sipson Residents' Association

£3,160

Heathrow Villages Spring Fair, Sipson.


Hillingdon Inter Faith Network

£3,943

Delivering inter faith dialogues for schools through local faith communities and sixth form students to improve knowledge and understanding, promoting community.cohesion.


REAP

£7,291

Quicker access to ESOL groups and courses in Hillingdon - information and support.


Crown Centre for the Deaf

£ 2,209

Additional audio visual equipment to address needs of partially hearing and partially sighted users.


Groundwork Thames Valley

£ 70,000 (over 2 Yrs)

Com Café Outreach project to benefit the wider community.


Point in the Park (Year 3)

£6,600

To provide young people with structured informal educational programmes throughout the half term and holiday periods.


St Anselms Church

£7,420

To deliver 2 youth club sessions per week for 8-12 year olds and 13-16 year olds, for one year.


Green Corridor (in partnership with P3)

£2,629

Horticultural skills and training programme for young people

www.greencorridor.org.uk


Garden City Residents' Association

£1,000

To continue with the work and communications associated with a large formal residents association to secure information/consultants reports regarding waste development


Crown Centre for the Deaf

£5,000

Refurbishment of kitchen, new taps in toilets, recycling bins and new TV.


Community Cancer Care

£6,850

To train CCC volunteers to relate to patients with specific cancers to deliver outreach work to befriend cancer specific patients

communitycancercentre.ning.com/page/about-us


P3

£16,130

Home office approved workshops to YP (11-18) enhancing their knowledge of knife crime & consequences.

www.p3charity.com


Hillingdon Law Centre

£40,300

Migrant & Minority Advice & Welfare Partnership providing information, advice, representation and training for vulnerable clients and community groups.

www.hillingdonlaw.org.uk


Hillingdon Play Association

£49,992

Playing out - parents and older children's volunteer training programmes to develop inclusive and challenging outdoor play opportunities for Hillingdon communities

www.hillingdonplay.org.uk


Friends of St Mary's Church, Harmondsworth

£6000

Major repair of the bells at St Mary's Church Harmondsworth


Catalyst Housing Association Older Tenants' Forum

£5,400

To provide a programme of gentle chair exercises at Mabel Evetts Court Sheltered Unit


Harlington Hospice

£4,000

To support those providing care towards the end of life with education to enhance the care they can give.


Hayes End Methodist Church

£7,250

To update and improve the kitchen facilities available for the use of the many users of the Building from within the Church and Local Community.


Hillingdon Mathematical Society

£3,000

To run mathematical events for secondary school pupils in Hillingdon: Hillingdon Year 7 Maths Challenge and Hillingdon Year 9 Royal Institution Mathematics master classes


Hillingdon Asian Women's Group

£3,000

Radio & Communication Skills for women to build their essential skills to improve the quality of their life and build bridges with communities.


St Matthew's Yiewsley PCC

£1,000

Talk Time- a new drop-in group for people whose first language is not English, to promote speaking, listening and social skills


Emperors Basketball Club

£5,840

Emperors Community Development Project (ECDP)


Coldharbour Lane Baptist Church

£7,500

To provide a place where people are welcomed thus building the local community


Old Abbotstonians RFC (Junior Section)

£5,000

Provide rugby coaching to Year 3 & 4 pupils and training for school staff, culminating in two appropriate rugby festivals to encourage further participation in the sport.


2nd Harlington Scout Group

£36,900

Removal and replacement of the scout headquarters roof


Strong & Active Communities Schools Practitioner's Group

£22,500

Developing programmes to bring communities together through sports and arts, raising aspiration and building strong relationships through schools, college and university


Hillingdon Somali Women's Group

£7,500

Contribution towards running costs and staff salary


Hillingdon Cycle Circuit Users' Group

£6,800

Administration control hut for cycle circuit


Hayes End Community Centre

£7,320

To undertake a feasibility study to modernise the Hayes End Community Centre specialising in providing play facilities


West Drayton Youth Football Club

£15,150

21st Century facilities for a 21st Century Club - improving entrance and toilets


West London YMCA

£40,000 over 2 years

Increasing the opening hours of the Tumbler, with a focus on youth volunteering opportunities and opportunities for young women


West London Bangladeshi Association

£2,470

Homework and school support classes based at Stockley Academy, Yiewsley, targeting children from low income families south of the Borough


DASH

£4,725

Disability street dance, fitness and nutritional workshops.


QPR in the Community Trust

£7,490

Provision of weekly football development sessions for girls aged 8-16 living or attending school in the local community


Stockley Academy

£6,750

Funding to start a fencing club at Stockley Academy


Community Cancer Care

£6,996

Yoga and low impact exercise project - Exercise service to cancer sufferers and their carers


Guru Nanak Academy

£7,500

Adult education classes ESOL/Basic Numeracy and literacy skills/ICT


Guru Nanak Primary School

£4,090

To promote enjoyable and lasting health and fitness provision for our pupils (3-18yrs) and the local community


Age UK

£7,050

Age UK Indoor Bowls Club


Hayes FM

£15,000

To sustain HayesFM through 2011, to carry forward broadcasting & training delivery while developing into a film & media organisation


9th Hayes Air Scouts & Guides Groups

£27,000

Completion of toilet and shower block and refurbishment of premises


Hillingdon and Ealing Citizens' Advice Bureau

£111,305

To run a 'MoneyWise' project fully integrating debt advice and income maximisation with the latest preventative financial capability training activities


1st Harmondsworth Scout Group

£50,000

Renovation and improvements to the scout hut including new roof, insulation, heating, plumbing, electrics and doors


Hillingdon Community Transport

£18,500 (in addition to grant agreed in 2010/11)

To purchase a new fully accessible sixteen seat minibus to replace one of our ageing vehicles and provide a subsidy to groups in the Trust area


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