Funding received: £3983.99
Project Outline: Love Barrow Families (LBF) had found that requests for fishing has grown significantly especially from those marginalised individuals/families on low incomes.
When COVID hit and families were struggling, this became the ideal time to create a project which enables people to be outside, active, learning new skills and spending time together as a family. Read More
Funding received: £5000
Project outline: Working with local fitness instructors and coaches, Cando FM created a series of inclusive exercise routines, in a “Joe Wicks” style, all filmed throughout the borough. The content was broadcast in audio format on the CANDO radio with simultaneous video & audio across social media platforms. Read More
Funding received: £5041
Project outline: This is a legacy project that plants the seeds for an active and healthier future for all families working with Womens Community Matters. Read More
Funding received: £3500
Project outline: TIF funding was used to create a weekly online physical activity group. This allowed young people to see one another and could engage with the youth workers from their own home. Read More
Funding received: £3519
Project outline: In addition to their regular programmes, Dropzone received TIF to deliver a detached physical activity project across the most deprived localities in the borough. Read More
Funding received- £500
Project outline: The TIF funding was used to create Physical Activity & Mental Health Resource Packs containing sport challenges and arts & crafts, followed up with Zoom tutorials, increased contact and doorstop checks for all their young people. Read More
Funding received: £3194
Project outline: The Triple A Project (All About Autism) provides a local pathway of support for autistic adults focusing upon social support, criminal and social justice alongside health & well-being. Read More
Funding received:- £1775.16
12 week programme of strengthening and conditioning activities, led by a personal trainer who is understanding of mental health.
1:2:1 sessions to assess functional movement along with nutrition sessions and home packs to continue activities in their home environment.
Funding received: £1390
Working a local physical activity instructor to deliver a FREE 12-week physical activity programme to people with underlying health conditions in a positive and social setting at Cav Park on Barrow Island (the BIG Local).
Supported by Barrow ICC, district nurses, community physios to signpost local residents to take part.
Progress will be monitored and upon completion, attendees will then be signposted and invited to take part in activities at Cav Park and other local opportunities where appropriate.
Listen to our very own Emma Broadbent talk about the project here.
Funding received: £2862
The project consists of online Yoga and Otago classes for house bound and shielding older adults. This is also tying in with the Age UK digital project, service users receive an iPad with built in sim card and can access the online programme with support.
Otago is a series of 17 strength and balance exercises that reduces falls between 35 and 40% for frail older adults.
Funding received: £935
Project outline: Islanders Dance Troupe support young people living within areas of deprivation in Barrow district including Walney and Barrow Island offering subsided Dance lessons for low income families. Read More