2019 Grant Recipients
Three Ways School has been awarded a grant of £1000 to enable young people to access the Wheels 4 All Facilities at the Odd Down Cycle Track
A grant of £500 has been awarded to help towards staff costs which will allow more physical activities to be introduced into club nights for over 18s who either have a learning disability, are disabled, or both.
A grant of £500 has been awarded to support the provision of indoor cycling for our riders using the Wheels for All collection of adapted bikes, trikes and hand cycles.
A grant of £1000 has been awarded to fun weekly Rugbytots sessions for young children attending the First Steps community nursery in Twerton for two terms in 2020.
A grant of £500 has been awarded to fund two activity days for young carers. The first will be a day of tobogganing and the second will be a family fun day.
A grant of £500 has been awarded to purchase new gym equipment to help deliver gym style fitness sessions out in community settings as part of their H.O.P.E. Programme.
A grant of £1000 has been awarded to help deliver new monthly healthy living sessions for local teenagers and adults with learning disabilities
A grant of £500 has been awarded to buy new football goal posts for the outdoor space, which will benefit the many young users of the centre.
A grant of £500 has been awarded to fund 50 pedometers for Southside’s One Million Steps Challenge, part of the Lifestyle Change Project.
Make a Move has been awarded £1000 to enable a practitioner to work with pupils from Fosse Way School in Radstock on a dance and movement project.
A grant of £500 has been awarded to help fund the continuation of high-quality open access youth club provision to a group of teens from the Snow Hill area of Bath at Riverside Youth Hub.