Projects funded through a Community Small Grant

Projects funded through a Community Small Grant

A total of 53 projects have received funding from the Community Small Grants, here’s a list of all the projects that have been funded since we started community small grants in 2013!

AWARDS IN 2019:

£1500 – Field Lane School – playground shelter
£1500 – Brighouse Arts Festival
£1054 – Focus4Success – activities programme pilot

IN 2018 AWARDS WERE MADE TO THESE GROUPS:

£1500 – Brighouse Arts Festival for three events in Rastrick
£1500 – St John’s Community Hall to improve car park
£1426 – St Matthew’s Parish Centre to improve the hall floor
£960 –   Two christmas trees at Field Lane and the Parish Centre
£1500 – St Matthew’s Theatrical Society costumes and leaflet printing
£125 – Rastrick Plays Better leaflet printing

IN 2017 AWARDS  WERE MADE TO THESE GROUPS: 

£1500 – St John’s Community Hall room refurbishment
£1500 – Community Connections befriending project
£1000 – Castlefields Golf Club defibrillator
£628  – Friends of Brighouse Station storage shed
£1500 – Turning Point Counselling Pilot Outreach project
£1500 – St Matthew’s Church Kitchen improvements

IN 2016 AWARDS WERE MADE TO THESE GROUPS:

£960 – 4th Rastrick Guides to replace four tents
£746 – Rastrick Plays better to provide goalposts at Healey Wood Road
£1500 – Space at Field Lane contribution towards cost of reinstating utilities to Community Centre
£1500 – Rastrick Bowling Club defibrillator

IN 2015 AWARDS WERE MADE TO THESE GROUPS:

£1500 – Love Bread CIC – free baking workshops for pairs
£1200 – Rastrick Tennis Club – providing an opportunity for 6 – 16 year olds to learn to play and enjoy tennis
£1500 – St Matthew’s Scouts – new patrol tents
£685 – Annapurna Dance – project involving Carr Green and Woodhouse primary schools about World War 1
£765 – Woodhouse School out Scheme – 3 ipads to enhance the IT levels in SOS for pre-school children
£1000 – Teenie Tennis Kids 8 week parent and toddler tennis programme
£1500 – Bricks 4 Kidz – Education through play sessions for children in various settings
£1500 – Dual Focus Media – development of Rastrick TV and RBL project recording
£1500 – Friends of Rastrick Library – Children’s Book Festival including guest authors and illustrators
£500 – 4th Rastrick Brownies – Sleep over at “The Deep” Hull
£1500 – Brighouse Angling Association – building of four disabled access platforms at the club lake
£1500 – Woodhouse Lane Play area – contribution to play equipment for new play area

IN 2014 AWARDS WERE MADE TO THESE GROUPS:

£540 – Rastrick High School – Big Sing opportunity for adults to participate in music taster sessions
£1498 – Phoenix Radio – training people to create local radio programmes based on Rastrick
£785 – Annapurna Dance – an initiative taken to be proactive within local communities to promote better integration
£1500 – Calderdale Community Transport – Let’s go for a run: taking elderly residents on outings outings
£1200 – Top 2 toe therapy – 5 week course on baby/toddler massage
£1500 – St Matthew’s Baby and Toddler Group – Improvements to outside play area
£1440 – Rastrick Juniors Football Club -cardiac defibrillator on Carr Green Lane for the benefit of Rastrick people
£1450 – Lovebread CIC- 10 week programme of subsidized bread sales, demos and activities
£1500 – Rastrick Cricket Club – Replacement practice safety cage
£1500 – Field Lane School – Series of art workshops to bring the community of Field Lane together
£1500 – Longroyde School – Get Set Go – early morning activity/breakfast for children showing the least progress

IN 2013 AWARDS WERE MADE TO THESE GROUPS:

£1500 – Carr Green School, 00 faces of Carr Green, an exhibition of the history of the school over the last 100 years
£640 – Castlefields Golf Club – Taster sessions to introduce youngsters to golf
£1500 – St John the Divine – Community Hall Kitchen Access
£1200 – Ward Court Social Group –  joint gardening project with elderly residents and the school
£1500 – St Matthew’s Scout Group – New camping equipment
£1500 – St Matthew’s Parish Centre – replacement windows for the Community centre
£1100 – Rastrick Tennis Club – To encourage participation in tennis locally with all schools
£600 – High Five Productions (Rastrick High) – Equipment for video mixing, video editing equipment
£1500 – Carr Green and Crowtrees Community Action Group – Improved path between Chapel Croft and Carr Green
£960 – Rastrick Juniors Football Club – playing surface aeration to improve surface on playing fields