Groups share Lottery grants

Rotherham Hospice Colour Assualt.
Rotherham Hospice Colour Assualt.

A string of organisations across South Yorkshire have become Lotto winners after a scooping a share of £2.76 million from the Big Lottery Fund.

Groups in Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley have all benefitted from the pay-oust to help local people.

Grants were awared as follows:

Sheffield: Yemeni Community Association (Sheffield) Limited £212,470; E.D.E.N. Folm Productions Limited £9,001; Dinnington Resource Centre £10,000; Sheffield Jewish Student Forum £8,580; Under The Stars Limited £9,965; Sunsetters Batemoor and Jordanthorpe Family Inclusion £9,364; Friends of Highfields Adventure Playground £9,953; Reach Up Group £9,770; Sheffield Young Carers Project £9,996; Sheffield Irish Association £9,855; Friends of Hi5s £9,000; Side by Side Intercultural Drama Group £9,773; STEP Development Trust £9,730; Wisewood Community Keep Fit £3,176.

Barnsley: DARSG - Breaking The Cycle of Domestic Abuse £371,699; The Community Workshop £3,925; Dodworth Miners JFC Limited £9,515; Horizon Community College £6,320; Outwood Academy Shafton £9,550.
Doncaster: Stainforth4All Ltd £9,985; Haxey Memorial Hall A4A Music £3,999; Chat N Do Group £2,855; Hawthorn Primary School £9,995; Black Cat Theatre Social Enterprise £9,998; Glebe Road Allotments £9,800; Moorends Miners Welfare and Community Development Centre £10,000; Woodfield Primary School £9,960.
Rotherham: Gallery Town Limited £10,000; Rotherham Football Centre Ltd £9,999; Pride Of Rotherham £4,711; Unity Centre Rotherham £10,000; Ability Shopper Rotherham Limited £10,000; Rotherham Wah Hong Chinese Association £9,970; Nayi Zindagi New Life £10,000.