Coalfields Regeneration Trust Bridging the Gap Grants 2007-08
Cumbria Alcohol and Drug Advisory Service
(CADAS) Rent for Workington property
Community resource centre
Cumbria Council for Voluntary Service refurbishment and improvements to
(CCVS) (Maryport) access
Interior building refurbishment
Distington Club for Young People project
Replacement of electrical
Harrington Youth Club installation, tables and chairs
Little Clifton Parish Council Seating for village community area
Continuation of development
Maryport and North Allerdale Credit Union workers' contract
Employ the services of a project
Maryport Educational Settlement Limited manager
Egremont employment and training
Phoenix Enterprise Centre Cleator Moor access
To make up the full project running
Phoenix Project Cleator Moor cost
Rising Sun Trust Workington NLP practitioner training
Salterbeck Alliance for Community
Enterprise Ltd (ACE) The Oval Centre gym
Equipment to support subsidised
Workington Kids Zone Ltd childcare places
Works 4 You Ltd Cleator Moor Equipment upgrade
Details Monitoring information
We wish to apply for funding to cover the first year's rent of a building in
Workington enabling us to have secure premises to deliver our services
The programme of building works will enable the centre to realise its full
potential as a community resource and source of income generation for
Cumbria CVS by enhancing our ability to rent serviced office and training
or meeting room space.
The Distington Club for Young People has served the Distington and
surrounding community for the past 60 years and local residents have
benefited from the services and opportunities the club has offered.
The electrical installation has been inspected and deemed unsafe and
needs replacing, inspecting, reporting and a certificate issued. The
venue is used for a number of groups and this means moving heavy and
somewhat unsafe table and chairs.
To provide seating for senior citizens, mothers and toddlers and the
Mushroom Youth Project using the community area for recreation.
Provided a further six months'
Offering alternative finance to people who either live or work within the employment for our development
common bond area. worker.
Match funding of £4500 from
Allerdale Invest!. 1 community
facility developed, 1 new social
enterprise developed, 1 new
The Settlement Board need to employ the services of a project manager service developed, 2 jobs
to work with the board to develop policies and procedures, hire safeguarded, 2 people employed
agreements, develop a promotional package, arrange a launch event, part-time.
put together a three year funding package.
Egremont Employment and Training Access - Phoenix Enterprise Centre
(formerly Cleator Moor Business Centre) has been successfully
providing employment advice and guidance, redundancy counselling,
self employment advice and training advice to the unemployed.
There is a £6k shortfall in funds for this financial year. This shortfall will
mean that the project will be unable to deliver the full range of services
that are required.
Volunteer to be trained as an NLP (neuro-linguistic programming)
practitioner, to work 1-1 in the drop in centre as a qualified NLP coach.
The Oval Gym exists to provide a means of increasing the physical and
spiritual well being of the local community. It is open to all from the ages
of 16 upward and has open access for 70 hours a week. We have
invested nearly £20k in new equipment.
To provide subsidised childcare places for children living in families
where they may not normally access holiday club provision due to
financial or social deprivation. These families may be socially isolated or
the families may need extra support.
The purchase of newer vehicles (up to £7,000 each) with logos and
contact details to market the company would improve the professional
image. These vehicles need to be a crew cab that can transport up to six
workers with storage in the back for tools.