Civic Pride Fund awards - Teddington

Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Teddington.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details

Park Lane Stables

(Charity registration number: 1161306)

£5,000 December 2017 The organisation received funding towards the set-up of a Carriage Driving Project in Bushy Park for disabled children and adults to ensure that more severely disabled clients (i.e. those unable to ride a horse because they are wheelchair bound) have the opportunity to take part in sporting activity. The sessions will last for 30-60 minutes depending on suitability and experience and will help approximately 100 participants per year.

Landmark Arts Centre

(Charity registration number: 1047080)

£1,975 May 2016 The organisation received funding to hold a WW1 themed, textile exhibition called, 'Between the Lines'. The exhibition included supporting events, such as a textile techniques workshop, a tea and talk lecture about the project and the artists’ research, and a family drop-in workshop called, 'Ready, Steady, Stitch'.

The Musical Brain

(Charity registration number: 1159843)

£4,690 September
The organisation has received funding towards the cost of holding a ‘Fun Palace’ event entitled ‘Singing, Science and Adventure’ at the Landmark Arts Centre in Teddington.The events enabled Year 5 and 6 children from local schools, to explore singing and science in a fun, interactive way.

The Teddington Society

(Charity registration number: 802026)

£400 May 2015 The organisation received funding towards the erection of three metallic sculptures of red Flanders poppies to commemorate the dead of the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts.
Stanley Primary School £1,340 October
An information board was installed to commemorate and remember former masters of the school that lost their lives during World War One. As part of the project, landscaping work to the small area surrounding the memorial (e.g. planting poppies, re-turfing a small grassed area) was also be carried out. The project meets priorities 2 and 4 of the Civic Pride Fund.

The Landmark Art Centre

(Charity registration number: 1047080)

£5,000 September
The Landmark Art Centre used the grant to assist with the production costs of two events to mark the centenary of the First World War. A semi-staged production of Karl Jenkins’, Oratorio The Armed Man, and a performance of Rites of War, a contemporary dance piece. This project is in line with priorities 2 and 4 of the Civic Pride Fund.
Teddington School PTA £2,000

July 2014

Teddington School PTA received funding to assist with the costs of an extended literary event as part of Book Week. The project meets priority two of the Civic Pride Fund as it will be harnessing the skills and talents of local people to benefit the wider community. The project will be extended to a number of local primary schools and bring established authors into schools to work with young people.
Teddington Cricket Club £5,000 May 2014 The Teddington Cricket Club received a grant to install two non-turf astro playing pitches; this will enable them to expand the usage of the cricket pitches by junior members, girls and boys, and others. The project is in line with priority six of the Civic Pride Fund.
Richmond Volleyball £5,000 May 2014 Richmond Volleyball received funding to develop beach volleyball courts on existing tennis courts at Broom Rd Recreation Ground. The project is in response to a consultation which was run in November 2013, which indicated a significant demand for the new facilities and opportunity for increased membership. The project meets priorities one and six of the Civic Pride Fund as it will improve a public facility and promote participation in sport.
Teddington Town Sports Club £5,000 November
The grant was used to extend and refurbish the club house.
Ingrid van der Weide £1,000 November 2013 Funding was awarded towards a community family fun day at Teddington Lock aimed at promoting Teddington and the River Thames. The event incorporated the Teddington RNLI Lifeboat Station Open Day with activities in the Manor Road Recreation Ground, on the River Thames, on the Lock Island and on the Ham Tow Path.

How to apply

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Updated: 26 April 2018