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Audlem Public Hall Management Committee run the newly refurbished public hall. The hall is used as a Youth Club facility and a Cheshire Community Foundation grant has provided new equipment and furniture for use within the community building.
The scout and Guide Hall provides a free venue for all Scout, Guide, Cub, Beaver and Brownie meetings; the hall provides a storage facility for all group users and is let to other village organisations serving as a community hub for the surrounding villages of South Cheshire in what is a rurally isolated area with no other similar facilities.
08/05/17, Improved Oil Storage Facility – this project is to replace the current oil tank which is no longer fit for purpose and provREAD MORE
Audlem Youth Club aims to provide quality youth provision, which is fun and educational, in a safe and friendly environment. Their project provides young people, within the village and surrounding areas with opportunities to develop new skills that will benefit the community as a whole.The Cheshire Community Fund grant enabled the Club to meet the costs to make an interim move to the Public Hall, enabling it to grow and develop in readiness for the dedicated rooms being available in new buildinREAD MORE
Autism Inclusive support people on the autistic spectrum that live within the Crewe area. The Cheshire Community Foundation grant funded the rental cost of an additional meeting room (in current premises) for 12 months, plus essential furniture for this and the existing room and consultation area, which meant that the project was able to cater for the growing numbers of beneficiaries.
Barnton Community Group provide a range of activities for the small community of Barnton, Northwich. The Cheshire Community Foundation grant enabled the group to purchase two basketball stands for their community enhancing project, making a community village green area into a focal point of the village to bring members of the community together.
Barthomley Village Hall provides a range of activities for the local community and surrounding area of Barthomley, Alsager. The organisation identified a need to bring the hall facilities up to date for the benefit of current and future users. The Cheshire Community Foundation grant contributed towards capital refurbishment costs to improve the hall.
Beanstalk is the national literacy charity that recruits, vets, trains and supports volunteers to work in primary schools with children who are struggling with their reading ability and confidence. The Cheshire Community Foundation Grant contributed towards the operating costs to deliver support for thirteen reading helpers, who will, in turn, each provide reading support sessions twice weekly for 40 disadvantaged children in Cheshire over the course of a year.
Bloomingart’s objectives are to bring a happier and healthier lifestyle through the window of art. Targeting isolated older people is one of the things they are so passionate about. Delivering art lessons will up skill individuals and is life changing. Not only do they get to learn all about art, they talk and make friends along the way, which leads onto communication about other areas they may be struggling in, like low moods. The art although vastly important becomes secondary and their growtREAD MORE
Blueberry Learning is a not-for-profit CIC based in Cheshire, providing a range of non-qualification or ‘leisure’ courses to enable adults to continue to learn for social and personal development now that many further education colleges no longer offer ‘leisure’ courses. They identified a need make an important contribution towards promoting lifelong learning, social inclusion and general health and well-being through providing drama courses for adults with learning disabilities in ElleREAD MORE
Bollington Community Association provides a range of community facilities and activities at The Bridgend Centre. The Talk and Games’ project is a social group for older people that involves informal chatting, games, armchair exercises and interesting talks and presentations by guest speakers. The Cheshire Community Foundation grant funded a worker for 2.5 hours a week to run the group, management costs, minibus hire for four trips and leaflet costs.