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High Sheriffs Awards

Northumberland is very fortunate to have a fund, which is managed and administered by Community Foundation (Tyne & Wear and Northumberland) which is the largest Community Foundation England, and invites applications from across the region.

This fund was started in 1992 by Michael Lloyd, from Haydon Bridge, when he was High Sheriff. He modernised the centuries-old post when he set up the Northumberland High Sheriff Fund. Each year grants are given out to a range of organisations and in 2014/15 the High Sheriff fund gave out £35,000 to approximately 50 voluntary groups across Northumberland.

Northumberland High Sheriff Youth Awards Scheme (NHSA)
The High Sheriff of Northumberland Youth Awards Scheme makes awards in recognition of groups in the community who encourage useful and beneficial pursuits for young people, helping them to be upstanding citizens and hopefully avoid criminal activities.

Who can apply
Awards are made to voluntary and community groups and registered charities working in Northumberland.  The project must involve work with children and young people aged 10 to 25 years old.  The application must show what the organisation does to steer young people away from crime and anti-social behaviour. To make an application to the High Sheriff of Northumberland fund visit How to Apply for a dedicated online application form.

Further details
Awards are made throughout the year and applications are accepted at any time. There is an annual celebratory event in February or March for all recipients of an award during the financial year.

Donate
If you would like to make a donation in recognition of the work of young people in your region please follow the link to the High Sheriff of Northumberland Awards page on the Community Foundation website.

Award recipients 2014/15
Approximately £35,000 was awarded to 60 voluntary groups in the Northumberland in recognition of community groups who encourage useful and beneficial pursuits for young people who may be otherwise at risk. The groups are listed below with their website link:

1st Cramlington Guides

1st Flodden Baden Powell Scouts

1st Seahouses Girls Brigade

1st Whittingham Scout Group

224 Hexham Air Training Corps

2252 Bedlington Squadron Air Cadets

4th Morpeth Guides

6th Cramlington Guides

Active Northumberland

Alnwick Community Centre

Amble Youth Project

Ashington Joint Welfare Scheme

Aspire 2 Achieve

Bedlington Town FC

Berwick Youth Project

Blyth Tall Ship

Briardale Community and Training Centre

Broomley Grange Training, Conference and Camping Centre for the Boys Brigade

Calvert Trust Kielder

Children North East

Choysez Project

Corbridge Youth Initiative

Cowpen Quay Community Association

Cramlington Voluntary Youth Project Ltd

Get U Started Training Limited

Grove Special School Support Fund

Guidepost Scout Group (Formally 9th Bedlington Scout Group)

Hadston House Youth and Community Projects

Hexham Youth Initiative

Isabella Community Association

LookwideUK Development wing of Northumberland County Scout Council

Mid and South East Northumberland Magistrates In the Community

Morpeth Baden Powell Scout Group

Multi Agency Crime Prevention Initiative (MACPI) Alnwick

N C Fed Young Farmers

New Hartley Community Association

Newsham and New Delaval Youth Forum

Northumberland Community Enterprise Ltd

Northumberland Fire & Rescue

Northumberland YMCA

Northumbria Army Cadet Force

Northumbria Army Cadet Force (Berwick detachment)

Northumbria Volunteer Police Cadets

Pegswood Community Hub

People and Drugs Ltd (Silx Teen Bar)

Real Deal@Ashington Life Centre

Riding for the Disabled Association (Morpeth Group)

Seaton Sluice Community Association

Seghill Institute Community Centre

Seghill Judo Club

St Johns Ambulance Northumbria

The Country Trust

The Northumberland Church of England Academy CCF

Tiny Woods Academy

Tynedale Youth Forum

Visual Arts in Rural Communities

Voices Making Choices

Wooler Young Peoplefs Association

Wylam Community Orchard

Young and Sweet

 

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