Our industrial cities, towns and communities all have pasts to be proud of. They have a distinctive economic and social heritage and strong traditions and spirits. The task in all our towns, big and small, is to take our places forward. Looking back and building on our pasts is valuable but in many cases it is not enough to guarantee successful futures.Read more
North East Dance CIC, the organisation which promotes healthy lifestyles through dance, is celebrating after receiving over £7,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, the only organisation dedicated to supporting coalfield small-cities, towns and villages.Read more
Bridget Phillipson MP for Houghton and Sunderland South and Councillor Claire Rowntree from Sunderland Council joined members of the local community in Houghton-le-Spring when they attended a funding workshop, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, at Easington Lane Community Access Point (ELCAP).Read more
More people with money worries will receive free advice to get their finances back on track thanks to a grant aimed at helping them to manage debts and improve their budgeting skills.
Almost £10,000 has been awarded to Doncaster West Development Trust (DWDT) by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust to pay for a part-time money advisor to help meet demand for confidential debt support and financial mentoring.Read more
Swydd Rhan-amser (22 awr)
Cyflog: £30,750 y flwyddyn (£18,283 pro rata)
Gan weithio o fewn tîm Cymru Ymddiriedolaeth Adfywio’r Meysydd Glo, byddwch yn gyfrifol am ddechrau, hyrwyddo, datblygu a rheoli prif brosiectau adfywio er budd cymunedau cyn feysydd glo Cymru. Byddwch hefyd yn gweithio ar sail un-i-un gyda grwpiau cymunedol gan eu cynghori a’u hannog drwy’r broses o sicrhau cyllid o amrediad o ffynonellau.Read more
Part Time post (22hrs per week)
Salary: £30,750 per annum (£18,283 pro rata)
Working within the Wales team for the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, you will be responsible for initiating, promoting, developing and project managing priority regeneration projects for the benefit of former coalfield communities in Wales. You will also be working on a one-to-one basis with community groups advising and encouraging them through the process securing finance from a range of sourceRead more
Barnsley Independent Alzheimer’s and Dementia Support (BIADS), the South Yorkshire organisation dedicated to supporting people with dementia and related illnesses, has received over £9,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Daylight Counselling Ltd, the charity offering confidential counselling services throughout the Leigh and Wigan area, is celebrating after receiving over £6,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Burslem Elim Church is celebrating after receiving more than £4,000 in funding, allowing the organisation to provide further support to refugees and asylum seekers in Stoke. Thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme the Church will use the £4,009 to employ a Sessional Worker.Read more
Pontefract Collieries Football Club is celebrating after it received more than £7,000 from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.
The £7,359 will be used to support football sessions for disabled children in Pontefract.Read more
The Don Catchment Rivers Trust (DCRT), the organisation which protects and restores rivers across the South Yorkshire region, is celebrating after receiving £10,000 from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Clowne Enterprise, the Bolsover based organisation providing business support and advice, is celebrating after receiving £10,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Yorkshire’s footballing scene showed great promise when six teams from across the region battled it out to be crowned winner of the Game On Football 5ives Regional Tournament, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.Read more
Sutton Youth Radio, the Ashfield based charity that works with young people to develop their confidence, communication and life skills, is celebrating after receiving over £7,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Game On, the successful football programme delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, has extended its outreach activities to include a walking football session for elderly residents.
Delivered in partnership with Wakefield Council, qualified coaches will be on hand to run the ‘Turn up and Play’ sessions which are free of charge and are held between 11am and 1pm every Wednesday at the Hut in Airedale.Read more
Pelton Fell Community Partnership (PFCP), the not-for-profit organisation working with people aged 7 to 19 years, has been awarded £7,000 from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
Footsteps 2000 Ltd, the Warrington and St Helens based charity supporting the families and friends of those affected by drug and alcohol misuse, has received over £9,000 from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.
Receiving £9,735 in total, the organisation will use the funds to employ qualified counsellors for 52 weeks to engage with people who are adversely affected by the drug and alcohol issues of loved ones.Read more
People and Drugs Ltd, the organisation that works with people aged 11 to 26 in the Blyth area, providing them with educational and recreational activities, has received over £9,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme.Read more
The Coalfields Community Investment Programme (CCIP) - Practical Support offer in England has three main objectives:
- To build the capacity of coalfield organisations to become more sustainable.
- To develop a membership of connected coalfield organisations across England, to share good practice and respond to local needs.
- To develop joint-working and income generation opportunities.Read more
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust has launched its successful football programme, Game On, in Dinnington.
The ‘Football 5ives’ session, which take place on Friday evenings from 3pm - 5pm, will provide local teenagers with a space to exercise, socialise and learn new skills.Read more
Farnworth Baptist Church, the organisation working with residents to transform the local community, has received over £9,000 in funding from the Coalfield Community Investment Programme.Read more
The Coalfields Community Futures Programme is a flagship initiative delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust. It aims to create capacity for community-led change in former coalfield areas in
Real Deal Plus, the Ashington based charity that helps to improve the lives and futures of people across the local area, is celebrating after receiving over £8,000 in funding from the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.Read more
Station House Community Association, the OFSTED registered childcare provider in Thurnscoe, has received more than £6,000 in funding thanks to the Coalfields Community Investment Programme, delivered by the Coalfields Regeneration Trust.Read more