Full list of projects funded under our Way of Life funding programme 13 May 2008: Caerphilly – 1 Grant worth £497,749 Caerphilly Teaching The project will be The project will deliver the 'Healthy Home Tutors' £497,749 Local Health Board delivered across model. The project will promote a joined up Caerphilly county approach to increase awareness of healthy eating borough and physical activity, and achieve positive changes in attitude and behaviour for overweight and obese children aged 8-11 years old and their families across Caerphilly. Cardiff – 1 Grant worth £493,877 Cardiff County Council Plasnewydd, The project is based on the Healthy Home Tutors £493,877 Penylan and Canton model and will be delivered to children aged under 12 years in specifically targeted areas of Cardiff, with a particular emphasis on BME groups. The project will be delivered either in the home or appropriate community settings and volunteers will be recruited from the target beneficiaries. The project will increase awareness of and promote positive changes in attitudes towards healthy eating and exercise and will develop strategic links in order to promote a joined up approach to nutrition, physical activity and play in Cardiff. Carmarthenshire – 2 Grants worth £842,334 Carmarthenshire Llanelli and This project will deliver the Healthy Places model. £416,537 Youth and Children's Carmarthen Over a three year period the programme will Association increase awareness, healthy eating habits and levels of physical activity amongst children under the age of 12, and their families in Carmarthenshire. In so doing it will utilise exciting and innovative activities that will engage with young children and their families. 12 themed community 'festivals' will be held over three years bringing together young children from clusters of primary schools and pre- school provision within a defined area, together with the wider community, and 48 smaller-scale events will be held in the 18 primary schools within these areas. These events will utilise both innovative approaches, and identified best practice, including: physical activities specifically designed for young children Clybiau Plant Cymru Based in The project is based on the 'Healthy Friends' Model. £425,797 Kids Club Carmarthenshire The project will raise awareness of the value of physical activity and healthy eating through the buddying of 10/11 year olds with 7/8 year olds at out of school childcare clubs. Ceredigion – 1 Grant worth £454,803 Ceredigion This project will deliver the 'Healthy Places' model £454,803 Ceredigion Local Health by using a participatory approach to develop and Board deliver festivals with healthy eating, physical activity and play themes in four areas of Ceredigion. The project will facilitate festivals on a regular basis with some linking up with existing events such as food festivals and farmers markets and others becoming new events within the communities. Alongside the main festivals, the project will develop a programme of ongoing activities that will involve whole families to reinforce behaviour change. Conwy - 1 Grant worth £490,243 Conwy County Borough The project will be The project will use the Healthy Home Tutors Model. £490,243 Council, Directorate of based in Conwy. The project will train Healthy Home Tutors to Lifelong Learning promote healthy eating and physical activity of young children and families through supportive sessions with the family at home and away settings. Denbighshire – 1 Grant worth £338,173 Denbighshire This project will deliver the Healthy Places model. £338,173 Denbighshire County The Fun with Food & Fitness Festivals (FFFF) will Council increase healthy eating and physical activity among children under 12 years old through a range of engaging and interesting school based and community based festivals and activities. The Festivals will target 4 areas within the County: Rhyl, Denbigh, Llysfasi and the Dee Valley. Pupils from primary schools in each area will participate in a series of fun fitness tests and complete a lifestyle questionnaire which will identify pupils physical activity and active play levels, dietary intake/dietary likes/dislikes and lifestyle choices. The school based FFFF will be used as a mechanism to launch regular community based FFFF which will showcase the local clubs and activities and promote participation. Merthyr Tydfil – 1 Grant worth £492,113 Gellideg Foundation Cyfarthfa, Treharris, This project will deliver the Healthy Places model £492,113 Community Association Aberfan and Merthyr across four wards in the Borough. Over a three year Vale, and Dowlais period, the Programme will deliver 150 festivals in wards. four areas. The Programme will be responsible for implementing or supporting a minimum of six activities a week in each of the 4 areas. This programme of intense activity and opportunity will be complemented by an awareness raising campaign promoting the values of the Food Fun and Fitness Programme. The events will be varied in their themes, in the number of people participating and in their locations - however, they will all come under the umbrella of the Fun Food and Fitness Programme and seek to raise awareness of diet, nutrition and healthy exercise. A key element of the festivals will be the linkages to the allotments projects, where children will be growing vegetables and fruit. Newport – 1 Grant worth £499,897 Newport Local Health The project will be This project will deliver the 'Healthy Places' model. £499,897 Board delivered across the The project will be centred around the '5 a day' and City of Newport '5x60' health promotion messages and will deliver a series of festivals across Newport, that will each be accompanied by a 6 week programme of healthy eating and physical activity activities for children under 12 and their families. Pembrokeshire – 1 Grant worth £497,181 Tenby, Pembroke, The project will fund a team that will deliver the £497,181 Pembrokeshire County Milford Haven, Healthy Home Tutors model to children aged 0-12 Council Haverfordwest, St years in specifically targeted areas within David's, Fishguard Pembrokeshire County Council. Six 'Personal and preseli Lifestyle Coaches' will be trained in physical activity, nutrition and play in order to work with families to increase awareness of and promote positive changes in attitudes towards healthy eating and exercise. Rhondda Cynon Taff – 2 Grants worth 906,692 Valley Kids This project will deliver the 'Healthy Places' model. £413,371 The organisation is The project will provide a programme of community based in Tonypandy, festivals and events to increase awareness and Rhondda Cynon Taff improve behaviour with regard to healthy living and exercise amongst under 12's and their families in highly deprived communities of Rhondda Cynon Taff. Bryncynon Community The project will deliver the Healthy Home Tutors £493,321 Revival Strategy Ltd Abercynon model to children aged 0-11 years in the ward of Abercynon in RCT. They will deliver the project by removing barriers to participation and recruiting volunteer Community Physical Activity and Nutritional Assistants who will be trained to deliver the chosen model. The project will increase awareness of and promote positive changes in attitudes towards healthy eating and exercise and will develop strategic links in order to promote a joined up approach to nutrition, physical activity and play. Activities will include improving cooking skills, family exercise taster sessions and budgeting & shopping skills. Swansea – 1 Grant worth £373,058 Swansea Council for Penderry, Clase, The project will fund a team that will deliver the £373,058 Voluntary Service Caemawr and Healthy Home Tutors model to children aged 0-12 Morriston. years in specifically targeted areas of Swansea. Two healthy home tutors will deliver the service to families in two geographically targeted areas, and a Swansea-wide Healthy Home Tutor Coordinator will deliver the service to targeted families from marginalised communities. The project will increase awareness of and promote positive changes in attitude and behaviour towards healthy eating and exercise. Torfaen – 1 Grant worth £492, 273 Torfaen County The project will be The project is based on the `Healthy Friends' model £492,273 Borough Council based in Torfaen. and will focus on older children (aged 10- 11 years) supervising and supporting younger children (aged 7- 8 years) to increase healthy eating and physical activity during breakfast, lunch activities, and after school activities. Existing school supervisors, development workers and volunteers will provide support. The programme will also run at play scheme venues through out school holidays using play scheme staff.