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  • New film shows how pupils are being supported to move more

    New film shows how pupils are being supported to move more

    A new film is now available which shows how Brackenfield SEND School in Long Eaton has been using Opening School Facilities (OSF) funding to support its pupils to move more in ways that work for them. The film includes interviews with the school’s Headteacher Trish Turner and Pathway Lead Peter Csizmadia, as well as pupils,…

  • Introduction to Netwalking session held

    Introduction to Netwalking session held

    Walk Derbyshire and Healthy Workplaces Derbyshire hosted an ‘Introduction to Netwalking’ session as part of the Chesterfield Walking Festival. The circular walk on Tuesday 14 May started at The Hub @ Low Pavement in Chesterfield with the route taking in Queen’s Park and part of the Chesterfield Art Trail. Those attending were given details of…

  • Sport England’s New Movement Fund

    Sport England’s New Movement Fund

    Sport England’s new Movement Fund, launched 29th April, simplifies funding applications and will help those projects which support people to live active, healthy, lives.   The fund, which is worth £160 million over the next four years, replaces Sport England’s existing Small Grants Programme and Active Together fund, and will offer crowdfunding pledges, grants and resources…

  • Club Welfare Officer feedback survey

    Club Welfare Officer feedback survey

    Cath Cooke and Franky Boyland have recently been appointed as the Sports Welfare Leads for Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, and Derby and Derbyshire, to support the work of the Club Welfare Officers. The roles are part of a national network of Sport Welfare Officers funded by Sport England to support National Governing Bodies of Sport (NGBs)…

  • Foundation Derbyshire, Funding Surgery, 7th May

    Foundation Derbyshire, Funding Surgery, 7th May

    On Tuesday 7 May, Foundation Derbyshire will be hosting their first 2024 Funding Surgery at their offices in Belper. They have a bank of one to one, face to face, sessions available to book. Each session is a 30-minute slot. These slots will give you the chance to discuss your particular project with one of…

  • Derbyshire and Notts Schools selected for Summer’s Active Lives Young People Survey

    Derbyshire and Notts Schools selected for Summer’s Active Lives Young People Survey

    A total of 93 schools from across Derbyshire and Notts have been selected by Sport England to complete the Active Lives Children and Young People Survey for the summer term. The survey is the biggest of its kind, gathering insight into young people’s activity levels, physical literacy, swimming proficiency, wellbeing, self-efficacy and levels of social…

  • Steel Charitable Trust – Funding for Charities Delivering Health, Environment or Social / Economic Disadvantage

    Steel Charitable Trust – Funding for Charities Delivering Health, Environment or Social / Economic Disadvantage

    Charities and charitable incorporated organisations (CIOs) with an annual income of more than £50,000 can apply for funding to deliver a variety of projects and activities across core categories including: Proposed projects for the health category should have a focus on one of the following: Proposed projects for the social or economic disadvantage categories should…

  • B&Q Foundation – Funding for Garden or Building Projects

    B&Q Foundation – Funding for Garden or Building Projects

    UK registered charities can apply for one-off grants of up to £5,000 for garden projects or up to £10,000 for building or indoor projects. The funding is for registered charities working with people most in need because of homelessness, financial hardship, sickness, disability or other disadvantage. Charities can use the grants to decorate, renovate or…

  • Big Give – Women and Girls Match Fund

    Big Give – Women and Girls Match Fund

    Match funding is available for registered charities with an annual income of at least £25,000 dedicated to serving the women and girls in their communities. Unrestricted funds of £2,500, £5,000 or £10,000 can be raised in public donations (to be doubled by match funding). The focus of the work should be to improve the lives…

  • COVID-19 Community Fund 2023-24

    COVID-19 Community Fund 2023-24

    The response to the COVID-19 pandemic has seen many organisations across Derbyshire working to ensure the needs of the most vulnerable residents are met. The COVID-19 Community Fund aims to support voluntary and community sector organisations by providing much needed funding. This allows them to continue to play a key role in the local response…