Civic Pride Fund awards - Twickenham Riverside
Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Twickenham Riverside.
|Habitats & Heritage (Charity registration number: 1140872)
||£2,535||March 2022||The organisation received funding towards improving the biodiversity and visual attractiveness of Warren Gardens and the area adjacent to the Warren Footpath.|
|Powerjam Bands||£5,000||March 2022||The organisation received funding towards a music performance project giving young people experience of being part of a band and performing.|
|Turner's House Trust (Charity registration number: 1111653)||£5,000||March 2022||The organisation received funding towards installing a ticket booth on an unused piece of land to create a new entrance to the house and volunteers’ space as well as revitalising an overgrown area.|
|Combination Dance (Charity registration number: 1123954)||£4,959||August 2020||
The organisation received funding dance workshops in schools and a dance walk on the theme of climate change.
|The Pope’s Grotto Preservation Trust (Charity registration number: 1162424)||£5,000||August 2020||
The organisation received funding an education and outreach programme about Pope's Grotto.
|ETNA Community Centre (Charity registration number: 290922)||£5,000||May 2020||
The organisation received funding towards the creation of a sensory garden.
|St Margarets Elastic Band||£700||February 2020||
The organisation received funding towards two joint concerts with the Union Musicale de Fontainebleau in June 2020 as part of the 60th anniversary celebrations of Richmond’s twinning with Fontainebleau and Konstanz.
|Eel Pie Island Museum (Charity registration number: 9549370)||£4,400||July 2019||
The organisation received funding towards an update to the museum’s existing section on the history of Eel Pie Island’s boatyards to make it more accessible and engaging. This will include a new audiovisual installation.
|Turners House Trust (Charity registration number: 1111653)||£5,500||June 2019||
The organisation received funding towards improving the house’s security so that it can exhibit loaned Turner works and other exhibitions in the future.
|Art and Soul (Charity registration number: 11732680)||£4,982||June 2019||
The organisation received funding towards their studio programme, Art House exhibition and World Mental Health Day event to support people with differing mental health issues.
|The Environment Trust (Charity registration number: 294869)||£5,000||April 2019||
The organisation received funding towards a viability study on the restoration of the Grade II listed Victorian Boathouse and deep-water dock. The viability study will determine the scope and feasibility of works to the boathouse with a vision of restoring it so that it can be used as the permanent base for local charity Skerries for Schools.
|Bounce Theatre (Community Interest Company number: 6836766)||£4,910||July 2018||
The organisation received funding towards an installation and performance curated by young people in Twickenham to celebrate health and well-being initiatives across Richmond, in the 70th year of the NHS.
|Art and Soul (Charity registration number: 11732680)||£4,990||February 2018||
The organisation received funding towards art workshops and an exhibition for adults with mental wellbeing challenges.
|Off the Record (Charity registration number: 8466382)||£5,000||November 2017||
The organisation received funding towards the internal refurbishment of their premises. They have operated drop-in counselling, information and sexual health services for young people aged 11-24 years from the building for the past 23 years.
|Richmond Brass Band||£5,000||November 2017||
The organisation received funding to revive the Richmond Brass Band which was disbanded in the 1980’s. The group will digitise historical material relating to the band (1937-1983) and make it available online. This will include, sound recordings, images and recollections from former band members, providing not only a history of the band but a social commentary on the borough over time.
|StreetInvest (Charity registration number: 1127206)||£1,740||September 2017||
The organisation received funding for an Anniversary Celebration event for the community at Orleans House Gallery to welcome home riders taking part in a charity challenge cycle ride which marks the 40th Twinning Anniversary between Richmond Borough and Fontainebleau.
|Octagon and Transitions Club||£4,690||March 2017||
The organisation received funding for a 10 week project including after school workshops for young people aged 11-17 and 18-30 with special educational needs. Attendees will work with two artist-educators to create artworks that focus on and reflect on the theme of the history and stories of the local High Street. A pop up exhibition at St Mary’s Church, Twickenham and a market stall will also be held to showcase the work from this project and engage with a wider audience.
|Twickenham Cinema Club||£1,000||March 2017||
The group received funding to establish the viability of an independent community orientated cinema club in the Twickenham, Teddington, St Margarets area. This included the purchase of equipment including a projector, 9x5 screen and stands, 2 good quality speakers and stands and a Blu-Ray player.
How to apply
Do you have a great idea for a project which could benefit the local community? The Civic Pride Fund may be able to help.
Updated: 06 April 2022