Community First

Application Form - Darnall Ward Community First Plan

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THE FIRST ROUND OF COMMUNITY FIRST WAS BE HELD ON MONDAY THE 28TH OF APRIL 2014
THE NEXT ROUND OF COMMUNITY FIRST IS TO BE HELD IN JULY 2014
ALL APPLICATIONS NEED TO BE RETURNED BY TUESDAY THE 8TH OF JULY 2014
THE NEXT MEETING OF THE GRANTS PANEL WILL BE ON TUESDAY THE 15TH OF JULY 2014

DETAILS OF PREVIOUS YEARS GRANTS ARE IN LINKS AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
DETAILS OF PREVIOUS MEETING DATES ARE ON PANEL MEMBERS PAGE
THE APPLICATION FORM AND COMMUNITY PLAN LINKS AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
FOR DETAILS OF HOW TO APPLY FOR A GRANT SEE INFO LINK AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE
FOR DETAILS OF HOW TO JOIN THE GRANTS PANEL SEE INFO LINK AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE

Year 2 Succesful Projects

This consisted of 3 rounds in 2012/2013.

Year Two - ROUND 1 -June 2012






























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COMMUNITY FIRST
Tinsley Over 60's
1,400
Tinsley Disabled Luncheon Club
1,000
Family Development Project
1,265
Muslim Women's Voices
1,265
Datic Trust
900
Wood and Leaf
1,750
TWIL Youth Club
1,620
Darnall Young People's Club
1,000
TOTAL
10,175
Year Two - ROUND 2 -October 2012
Tinsley Forum Youth Project
2,500
Tinsley Advice Service
2,500
DATIC Trust Young People's Project
500
Community Youth Project
1,980
Tinsley Community Centre Volunteers
650
TOTAL
8,130
Year Two - ROUND 3 -February 2013
Tinsley Canal Project
914
Community First Business Plan for Ward
2,000
TOTAL
2,914
Total Allocation for Year Two
21,219

Tinsley Over 60's Club
Grant was for minibus costs to transport members from their homes every Wednesday to the Over 60's Club and take them back home.  Funding will allow members who are disabled to access activities that take place at the Over 60's Club.

Tinsley Disabled Luncheon Club
Funding is to provide a minibus to take members to and from the club for lunch and activities away from the centre.

Family Development Project
The Homework Club is a small community group that is six years old, and has over 20 young people attending; every Monday evening during school time.  The project will offer an open access group for young people 11+, bring together local young people from this diverse area - to enjoy, fun, friendship. Food in the form of a 'family tea time', eaten together with learning and education support, split site offer - with computer*, library*, research support, leisure craft and games, volunteer opportunities, support and training.

Muslim Womens Voice
Muslim Women's Voices is a group which set up to empower women. At our AGM on 23rd February 2012 it was identified that Muslim women within Darnall wanted more physical activity programmes within the region. By running an aerobics class for women this will help identify this problem. The aerobics classes will be run by a qualified instructor and will cater for people from different age and fitness levels. After the aerobics session we will have discussions with the attendees, this will help us understand them better and their needs.

Datic Trust
We want to run a weekly Boys Club at Galeed House for 8-14 year olds after school during term time, along with holiday clubs during all school holidays and trips to sporting facilities for eg Pitz Soccer in Darnall, AFK Super League Kick Boxing gym etc.  The holiday activities would be extended to include boys aged 14 plus.  Open to all ethnic backgrounds. 

Wood and Leaf
Tinsley Community allotment is an established allotment which serves the Tinsley area.  It has raised beds  and polytunnel. It is ideally suited to groups of children  or older users. At present it only open for one morning during summer months. It is extremely popular with local schools but residents are missing out. It is difficult to offer regular slots to all these users due to there being only two delivery hours.  We propose to fund an extra day plus a course on growing your own food. This will give more encouragement and access time to a population in one of the most disadvantaged areas of Sheffield. Tinsley has many ethnic groups who would benefit from greater access to healthy food, green gym exercise, a social meeting place and outdoor classroom. TCA is linking in with other East assembly growing projects, like Hollinsend Community Food Garden to share resources.

TWIL Youth Club
The project will offer a base for activities with young people to take place over the Summer holidays. There is currently no youth club or indoor base for youth work or activities with young people to take place within Tinsley and current youth work session provided by Sheffield Futures are for a1.5 hour period on a Friday night. We want to use the computer suite and classroom at the Tinsley One Stop Shop to offer activities for young people and deliver other sessions within Tinsley to work with young people in their community

Darnall Young Peoples Club
Funding will be used to employ qualified and experienced sessional workers to develop activities that bring together young people from different backgrounds and encourage adults and young people from these communities to act as volunteers positive role models.  We will work with young people to develop a full program of activities that will support and help them achieve the outcomes that have been identified.  We will also undertake a period of detached work on Staniforth Road to engage with disaffected young people. We will set up a program of activities for young people that meet project outcomes through the delivery of activities defined through consultation with young people and groups.

Tinsley Forum Youth Project
o Social Cohesion support, bringing young people together
o Re-engagement support
o Employability and Life Skills Training
o Pre-Employment Training
o Help for young people who are or are at risk of offending or becoming NEET
o A direct link between young people and services for young people
o Help for young people at risk of taking or selling drugs
o Social activities 

Tinsley Advice Service
The funding will pay for general running costs for lighting, heating and general costs incurred. The Funding will allow the work of Tinsley Advice Service, Tinsley Forum, TPCC, Archers Housing and various other local providers and groups to continue to work and host meetings from the One Stop Shop without the need for projects to find alternative local venues and cause major upheaval for projects, workers and centre users at a crucial time for everyone.

Datic Trust Young Peoples Project
We want to run a project that will enable mothers and daughters of Muslim backgrounds to spend quality time together away from family daily life, to help them build bridges towards each other after serious breakdown of communication and understanding. This breakdown is due to the clash of expectations that young Muslim women face living in Britain and caught between 2 cultures.

Community Youth Project
Friends of Darnall Community Park will work to develop activities that bring together young people from different backgrounds and encourage adults and young people from these communities to act as volunteers positive role models.  The project would need to retain some flexibility in responding to community needs a range of other provision e.g. healthy lifestyles, sexual health, one to one support/ mentoring and counselling, support for mentors and volunteers, access to advice services, job hunting, access to health, education and drug and alcohol services, etc will be readily available.

Tinsley Community Centre Volunteers
We are applying for funding towards the costs of running activities for older people. We work on a voluntary basis and are looking for funding to pay room rental costs at the community centre where we volunteer to work with older people in the community. We help run social activities such as bingo nights and 'get-togethers' and also help with dinner clubs and meals etc all aimed at getting other pensioners out of the house so they can socialise and also get any help they need as once they are at the centre we all talk about problems, aches and pains.

Tinsley Canal Project
This project aims to provide improved access to the Tinsley Canal for canoeists and kayakers by installing a ramp at Tinsley Park Road.  There are no safe/disabled access ramps that enable people to get in or out of the water and experience the canal from a different aspect. This site has been identified because it is occasionally used by people for access and it is the only location with relatively shallow sloping sides. We would improve this bank by providing a hardcore ramp in to the water that enables safe access for local groups and individuals along the whole length of the canal.

Community First Plan for Ward
Work undertaken to develop a plan for Community First, in order for groups to be able to continue accessing funding.