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1625 Independent People
£7,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Independent People Positive Activities
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£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
1625 Independent People
£789,787.00
‐£92,906.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
1625 Independent People
£245,201.00
‐£29,338.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
12
£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
1625 Independent People
£430,727.00
£26,747.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Abbeyfield Bristol Society 
£20,672.03
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Investment & 
Increased community cohesion and reduced community tension in Upper Horfield
ACTA
£4,740.00
‐£361.00
31/03/2012
NH
Cohesion
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Grants
area
Deliver 2 new theatre shows. support at least 23 acta youth theatre members to gain
youth arts awards and offer at least 5 apprenticeship opportunities, continue to 
£250,000 ‐ 
ACTA Community Theatre
£31,542
£0
31/03/2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
develop diversity action plan, work closely with Bristol Partnership and various 
£500,000
neighbourhood partnerships.
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More than 
Action for Children
£42,000.00
‐£14,000.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
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£1,000,000
• Raise attainment and attendance
Coordinates and chairs multi‐agency panels for  • Reduce the risk of school exclusion
More than 
Lindsey 
children and young people aged 0‐19 to improve
Action for Children
£300,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
CYPS
• Increase the self‐confidence and aspirations of children and young people
£1,000,000
Dowdell
outcomes against the priorities in the Children & • Improve the linkages between schools, agencies, communities and parents 
Young People’s Plan.
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through a coordinated multi‐agency approach
Providing access to information, IAG (including  • Healthier lifestyle choices
referral to specialist substance misuse 
• Increased confidence and self‐esteem
Addiction Recovery Agency
£44,341.00
£0.00
31/03/2011
Martin Siddorn
CYPS
treatment) for vulnerable young people aged 14‐• Increased self‐awareness and assertiveness
18 years of age.
• Choose not to engage in risky, anti‐social or criminal behaviour
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Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Addiction Recovery Agency not available
£336,410.00
‐£233,710.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Structured Day Care
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Addiction Recovery Agency not available
£20,440.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Admin Support Allowances
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Addiction Recovery Agency not available
£237,820.00
£31,020.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Bsdas Placements Contract
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Young Peoples Project
Addiction Recovery Agency not available
£84,371.00
£84,371.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Performance Management in place
NB:NOT FUNDED by SAFER BRISTOL
Safer Bristol
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£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Addiction Recovery Agency
£69,052.79
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Addiction Recovery Agency
£228,870.08
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Addiction Recovery Agency
£49,298.46
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Addiction Recovery Agency
£157,374.40
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Age UK Bristol (formerly 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
£131,772.83
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's day centre
Age Concern Bristol)
£250,000
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
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Age UK Bristol (formerly 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£243,957.00
‐£15,654.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Age Concern Bristol)
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Alabare Christian Care 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£141,897.92
‐£15,766.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Centres
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Alabare Christian Care 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£157,357.76
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Centres
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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All Nations Community 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£331,237.73
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Services 
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
Alzheimers Society
£18,696.62
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
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Amana Education Trust ‐ 
Experience for Life in 
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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Bristol
£5,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Anchor Trust
£7,766.16
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£20,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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More than 
Arnolfini
£25,625
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
Not yet received
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£1,000,000
£50,000 ‐ 
Art and Power
£27,316
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
Not yet received
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£100,000
Ashton Gate Luncheon 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
Up to £5,000
£793.00
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Club
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
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Ashton Vale Club for Young 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£14,188.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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People
people aged 13‐19
£100,000 ‐ 
Asian Arts Agency
£25,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
To follow
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£250,000
Asian Health & Social Care 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
£110,444.61
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's day centre
Association
£250,000
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
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£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Aspects & Milestones Trust
£479,232.49
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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More than 
Autism Project
£85,000.00
‐£15,000.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
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£1,000,000
The creation of a common approach to triage assessment for access 
to advice service information or appointments so that a person 
seeking advice has their needs assessed on their first contact with an 
advice service and appropriate appointments are made at this point to 
reduce multiple referrals and appointments at different 
Investment & 
locations.Services and Access to Advice should be delivered in the 
Avon & Bristol Law Centre
£208,506.00
£25,542.00
31/03/2014
NH
Grants
following ways:· Face to face· Home visiting (when appropriate)· 
Phone advice· Information on services via the internet· Email - the 
ability for clients to email services to access generalist advice and 
appointments· SMS – this is another mode of communication that 
should be available to clients to inform and remind them of 
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Avon & Somerset Police ‐ 
Henbury & Brentry Police 
£7,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Diversion
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Avon & Somerset Police ‐ 
Lawrence Weston Police 
£4,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Diversion
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• Clients will be empowered to deal with their own problems by being provided with 
the appropriate information and guidance. They will be given confidence to enable 
them to overcome obstacles and improve their lives.
• Clients will have access to information about benefits and tax credits and 
Avon (US) Community 
Investment & 
assistance in claiming them as required.  This may result in improved economic well‐
£3,810.00
‐£291.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
Association
Grants
being with the associated benefit of improved health
• Clients with debt problems will be given information about how to manage them. 
In some cases the Advice Worker can negotiate with creditors or write letters for 
clients, thus alleviating stress.  Rent arrears may result in eviction, which can be 
prevented, thus improving people’s lives.
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Avon Club for Young 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£19,608.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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People
people aged 13‐19
AWT will manage specific nature reserve sites. 
This will involve operational delivery of 
maintenance operations (largely delivered 
Avon Wildlife Trust
£20,000.00
same
01/03/2012
Justin Smith
NH
through volunteers) together with elements of 
species monitoring, promotion and education. It 
is a collaborative and responsive relationship.
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Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Avon Youth Association
£55,559.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
• An accessible and approachable Centre provided to people who find it difficult to 
access mainstream services
• Develop the confidence of vulnerable members of the community.
• Improved quality of life, improved emotional and economic wellbeing for South 
Asian service users and their families due to isolation.
Investment & 
• Improved service delivery to South Asian people through increased awareness and 
Awaz Utaoh
£25,740.00
‐£1,939.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
Grants
training of mainstream service providers.
• Improved understanding within mainstream organisations of the work of Awaz 
Utaoh and vice versa.
• Increased opportunities for partnership working.
• Increased social capital and social network for many currently isolated people.
• Enrich the lives of the community and promote integration and cultural awareness
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Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Awaz Utaoh
£35,610.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Baggator
£3,152.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
An increase in he quality of activities 0‐15 yrs (0‐19 YP with disabilities)  
In increase in the sustainability of activities 0‐15 yrs (0‐19 YP with disabilities) 
To provide a childcare service ‐ to maintained 
BAND LTD
£335,970.00
‐£37,330.00
31/03/2011
Kate Jones
CYPS
In increase in the number of childcare activities. 
and non maintaind sector across bristol.
An improvement in the quality of data for review by CSA in particular over 5 
childcare providers
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• Improve the economic, educational and social welfare and quality of life of the 
Bangladeshi and other communities (that take advantage of the service), improve 
self‐esteem of individuals and reduce dependency.
• Improve networking and awareness for and of the Bangladeshi and BME 
communities and increase attendance at community events and seminars beneficial 
Investment & 
Bangladesh Association
£38,130.00
‐£2,876.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
to the welfare of the communities 
Grants
• Enhance and improve the social lives of the community, increasing their 
networking opportunities and reducing isolation. 
• Annually provide the communities with knowledge, awareness and training 
through a variety of seminars and surgeries that will impact on their awareness and 
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quality of life
• Safe lifestyle choices
• Stable and decent housing
Prevention of sexual exploitation through 
• Healthier lifestyle choices
More than 
Keirsten 
Barnardos
£79,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
CYPS
targeting vulnerable young people and offering  • Increased physical well‐being
£1,000,000
Wilson
informal education and support.
• Understand the impact of their behaviour on their own outcomes and others
• Choose not to engage in risky, anti‐social or criminal behaviour
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The provider will deliver Family Group 
• Reduced the number of children in care
Conferences (FGCs) to children and families on 
More than 
• Improved outcomes of children and families on the edge of care
Barnardos
£58,000.00
£0.00
30/09/2011
Mark Bandalli
CYPS
the edge of care, or to those children who have 
£1,000,000
• Support other edge of care services to deliver improved outcomes to children and 
been re‐unified with their families after 
families on the edge of care
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returning from care.
Support highlighting the risk of running away, 
• Safe lifestyle choices, reduced risk factors, improved risk management and 
addressing specific needs and causes of 
reduction of running away
discontent and empowering the service user to 
More than 
Keirsten 
• Improved communication skills of children, young people and their families
Barnardos
£80,884.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
CYPS
address their problems. Other elements of the 
£1,000,000
Wilson
• Improved family cohesion through reduced stress
service includes help with safety planning, risk  • Understanding of their rights, the choices available to them and have opportunities
reduction, emotional support and informal 
to voice their views, perceptions, wishes and opinions
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mediation work.
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Barton Hill Play Rangers
£30,648.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
• Stronger Community
Investment & 
• Increased participation in community life
Barton Hill Settlement
£86,490.00
‐£6,515.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Grants
• Improved local decision making
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• Improved confidence and opportunities
£100,000 ‐ 
S Abdullahi
Barton Hill Settlement
68625,50
‐£68,625.00
30/06/2011
CYPS
MIF ESOL
ESOL,Employment
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£250,000
ETS
BCC ‐ Bristol Activities 
£7,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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Centre
BCC, LGBT Young People's 
Team, Youth & Play 
£3,175.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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Services
BCC, Lockleaze ‐ 
Transforming Fresh 
£5,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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Creations Programme
BCC, YPS ‐ Personal Safety 
£7,300.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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Project
BCC, YPS, Targetted 
support and diversionary 
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
project work
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BCDP / Bristol Creative  £500,000 ‐ 
£50,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
Not yet received
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Project
£1,000,000
Better Together Project ‐ 
£4,800.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Positive Activities
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Strategic 
Support for self management; remain well; reduce hospital admissions; provide peer 
Bipolar Organisation
Up to £5,000
£636.68
In review
31/03/2012
H&SC
Mental health self‐help group
Commissioning
support; provide regular social contact/support.
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£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
Black Carers Project
£111,091.64
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
£250,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
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Black Communities 
Education Support Group 
£20,044.00
31/08/2011
Carol Jones
CYPS
 BME Attainment
71
(BCESG)
Black Communities 
Organisation and delivery of an awards 
Hadassah 
Increase in pupils motivation and knowledge to improve attainment at KS2 and an 
Education Support Group 
£9,000.00
£0.00
31/07/2011
CYPS
ceremony to recognise the achievement of BME 
Radway
increase parental support for children’s education and involvement in school life.
72
(BCESG)
pupils attending Bristol schools
BME Young People, Asylum 
Seekers and Refugees 
£4,800.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
73
Youth Work
Provide infrastructure development/support in relation to employment services for
Strategic 
Boss Employment Project
£16,810.39
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Learning difficulties employment services
people with learning difficulties; improving the paid employment levels of people 
Commissioning
74
with learning difficulties
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brandon Trust
£115,837.31
‐£16,270.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
75
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brandon Trust
£62,194.44
‐£14,208.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
76
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brandon Trust
£138,345.40
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
77
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Bread Youth Project
£52,889.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
78
people aged 13‐19
Bread Youth Project ‐ Juicy 
£4,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Blitz Youth Project
79
Brentry and Henbury 
Full range of Children's centre services including  Improved outcomes for families with children under 5, in line with the ECM 
£589,303.00
‐£79,865.00
31/03/2012
Rosie Reed
CYPS
Children's Centre
early learning, day care  and family support
outcomes framework
80
More than 
Briarwood
£24,750.00
‐£8,694.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
81
£1,000,000
Counselling/therapy service for children aged 8‐ • Increased confidence and self‐esteem
11 yrs and their parents/families in inner city 
• Increased self‐awareness and assertiveness
Bridge Foundation
£39,985.00
‐£9,015.00
31/03/2012
Sue Topalian
CYPS
Bristol, with a focus on the poor emotional 
• Engage in activities that form part of a positive self‐identity
health experienced by the child. Based in 
• Improved family cohesion through reduced stress
Millpond and Lockleaze Primary Schools.
82
Bridge Learning Campus ‐ 
£5,572.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Move it @ BLC
83
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Brigstowe Project
£22,367.61
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
HIV/AIDS support
Provide support; advocacy; information
£50,000
Commissioning
84
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brigstowe Project
£123,539.53
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
85
Brislington Neighbourhood 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
£18,314.71
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Centre (lunch club)
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
86
Services will be delivered directly to the Chinese people in their own language in a 
user‐friendly atmosphere and not feel intimidated. This will allow easier 
access/referrals to services provided by other agencies.
Workshops on Health and Social Care and Housing will be organised in partnership 
Bristol & Avon Chinese 
Investment & 
£29,070.00
‐£2,191.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
with service providers and other agencies to enable Chinese people to access 
Womens Group
Grants
services which are currently unknown to them. This will enhance their quality of life 
especially to the most needed and vulnerable.
Young people and single parents from the Chinese community will receive training to
enhance their employment opportunities
87
Bristol & Avon Chinese 
£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
£79,150.87
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
Womens Group
£100,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
88
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£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Self‐advocacy for people with learning 
Enable people with learning difficulties to 'have a voice'; to be able to better speak 
£96,488.33
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
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£100,000
Commissioning
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Bristol Area Stroke 
Strategic 
Provide support to better live with and improve health after a stroke; improved 
£5,397.59
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Post‐stroke support
Foundation
Commissioning
independence and self‐management post stroke
90
Bristol Asian Youth Club 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£3,814.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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(BAYC)
people aged 13‐19
Bristol Bangladeshi 
Investment & 
Improve economic, social and general wellbeing for Bangladeshi women and their 
£13,000.00
‐£988.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
92
Womens Organisation
Grants
families in Bristol
Strategic 
Improved independence of older people; greater safety; ability to keep homes well 
Bristol Care & Repair
£462,475.06
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Housing‐related maintainance/support
Commissioning
maintained; enable older people to stay in their own homes.
93
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Bristol Care & Repair 
£321,377.29
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
94
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
Bristol Charities
£227,959.60
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's day centre
£250,000
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
95
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Bristol Charities 
£7,100.81
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
96
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Bristol Charities 
£5,152.76
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
97
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Bristol Charities 
£28,573.23
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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The creation of a common approach to triage assessment for access 
to advice service information or appointments so that a person 
seeking advice has their needs assessed on their first contact with an 
advice service and appropriate appointments are made at this point to 
reduce multiple referrals and appointments at different 
Bristol Citizens Advice 
Investment & 
locations.Services and Access to Advice should be delivered* in the 
£186,741.00
£0.00
31/03/2014
NH
Advice
Bureau
Grants
following ways:· Face to face· Home visiting (when appropriate)· 
Phone advice· Information on services via the internet· Email - the 
ability for clients to email services to access generalist advice and 
appointments· SMS – this is another mode of communication that 
should be available to clients to inform and remind them of 
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appointments  
Bristol Community 
£100,000 ‐ 
Passenger 
£178,861.00
‐£17,689.50
31/03/2012
CD
Community Transport
As per SLA
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Transport
£250,000
Transport
The creation of a common approach to triage assessment for access 
to advice service information or appointments so that a person 
seeking advice has their needs assessed on their first contact with an 
advice service and appropriate appointments are made at this point to 
reduce multiple referrals and appointments at different 
Investment & 
locations.Services and Access to Advice should be delivered* in the 
Bristol Debt Advice
£49,043.00
£0.00
31/03/2014
NH
Advice
Grants
following ways:· Face to face· Home visiting (when appropriate)· 
Phone advice· Information on services via the internet· Email - the 
ability for clients to email services to access generalist advice and 
appointments· SMS – this is another mode of communication that 
should be available to clients to inform and remind them of 
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appointments  
£500,000 ‐ 
Passenger 
Bristol Dial‐a‐Ride
£522,049.00
‐£51,631.20
31/03/2012
CD
Community Transport
As per SLA
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£1,000,000
Transport
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Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£1,230,010.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
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Shared Care
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£1,006,050.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Tier 2 & 3  Community Based Service
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
104
Substance 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£462,403.00
‐£9,437.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Bristol Needle Exchange & Harm Reduction
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
105
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£330,050.00
£330,050.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Structured Day Care
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
106
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£119,650.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Boost Programme
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£52,280.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Tier 2 & 3 Families
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£20,910.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Admin Support Allowances
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£5,250.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Job Centre Plus
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
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Substance 
Bristol Drugs Project 
not available
£286,050.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
BDP Young Peoples Project
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
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£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Bristol Drugs Project 
£306,052.50
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
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• Healthier lifestyle choices
• Increased confidence and self‐esteem
• Increased physical well‐being
Bristol Drugs Project and 
Sue Bandcroft/ 
City wide provision of substance misuse 
• Understanding of their rights, the choices available to them and have opportunities
Hawks ‐ in conjunction with
£200,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Geraldine 
CYPS
prevention, targeted support and onward 
to voice their views, perceptions, wishes and opinions
NHS Bristol and Safer 
Smyth
referral to treatment services.
• Increased sense of self identity
Bristol
• Understand the impact of their behaviour on their own outcomes and others
• Choose not to engage in risky, anti‐social or criminal behaviour
• Increased physical well‐being
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Bristol Gateway School, 
£11,375.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Out of School Activities
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Working with the community and council on the 
Bristol In Bloom
£20,000.00
same
01/03/2012
Pete Clark
NH
bristol in bloom route and entering the nationals
(Horticultural improvements in the city).
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A less isolated and excluded LGBT population in Bristol that is better informed about 
and more actively engaged in: 
identifying gaps in service provision;
community issues, 
LGBT support groups and LGBT networks.
Plus a wider community that is better informed about LGBT issues and less 
homophobic.
Increased number of people engaged in consultations and the development of 
appropriate services/projects/awareness raising activities.
Better understanding of how to engage Bristol’s minority LGBT communities, what 
Bristol Lesbian Gay and 
Investment & 
£28,600.00
‐£2,155.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
their specific needs are and how best to support them.Increase Forums ‘reach’  into 
Bisexual Forum
Grants
BME, Faith, older, younger, Disabled LGBT communities and their increased 
engagement in and with the Forum.Raised awareness of new or overlooked LGBT 
issues in the wider community.Maintain/develop engagement with wider LGBT 
communities, especially areas identified in 2010/11 for further work.
Participation and visibility at LGBT community events, in particular IDAHOT DAY, 
Pride 2011 and LGBT History Month.
Improved and increased provision:Improved communication and joint working 
within the LGBT VCS.
New work/services undertaken by Forum and/or 
provided by other organisations as a result of Forum development work and support,
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1. (Crisisline) Support to remain well; to stay out of hospital for longer; reduced need
for admission in a crisis; reduced need for statutory services, reduction in suicide 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
ideation. 2. (BME specific advocacy service) Enable people from BME groups to 
Bristol Mind
£152,175.86
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Mental health crisisline and advocacy services
£250,000
Commissioning
receive more consistent mental health treatment and support services; support to 
get cultural needs met when admitted; support to 'have a voice' and be heard at 
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most difficult times (at times of compulsary admission).
To be a representative voice for the diverse faith communities in 
Bristol.
To be a consultative body for organizations seeking to ascertain a 
faith perspective on a range of issues.
Investment & 
To see a greater understanding of faith communities and to see the 
Bristol Multi Faith Forum
£25,350.00
‐£1,912.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Grants
needs of faith being specifically considered by major public agencies 
and major employers.   That a major area of concern to faith 
communities is addressed as part of work done to promote 
community cohesion and support specific engagement.  The focus will 
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be on health, poverty and social exclusion.   
• Local Muslim people empowered to resolve issues affecting their lives: access 
services to which they are entitled.
  Citizenship skills improved, cohesion and integration encouraged, people 
empowered to effect change for the good in their lives
• Employment and career opportunities for members of the local Muslim and Somali
community increased. Improve on‐site working relationships between Muslim and 
Bristol Muslim Cultural 
Investment & 
£46,960.00
‐£3,540.00
31/03/2012
NH
Cohesion
non‐Muslim employees.
Society (BMCS)
Grants
• Greater understanding of issues affecting the Muslim community within the non‐
Muslim community. Improved tolerance leading to greater social cohesion and 
integrationPostive news stories about Muslims in the mainstream and idenpendent 
local media.
• Members of the Muslim community and the wider community better informed of 
developments, events, opportunities that may impact on their lives.
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Bristol Muslim Cultural 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£5,088.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
Society (BMCS)
people aged 13‐19
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Bristol Old Vic
£274,000
£0
31st March 2012
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CD
Arts Services
Not yet received
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• Older people better informed about the social and political issues which affect 
their lives and circumstances, and thereby better equipped to influence those issues
• Older people better informed about welfare benefits and other related financial 
issues, and thereby better able to ensure they secure all the material benefits to 
which they are entitled. 
Bristol Older Peoples 
£20,000 ‐ 
Investment & 
£28,600.00
‐£2,155.00
31/03/2012
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£50,000
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• More older people actively participating in efforts to improve their own 
circumstances.
• Older people actively involved in consultation and related processes with public 
authorities (council, government, health, police, fire, transport, Royal Mail etc) to 
ensure that those authorities have policies and programmes, which effectively meet 
the needs of older people.
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Bristol Older Peoples 
Strategic 
Up to £5,000
£2,533.98
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's consultation
and influencing social care service development; Older people's social care needs 
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being asserted.
The service users are able to make informed choices and decisions about accessing 
the mainstream services through advocacy and information supportThe users are 
more aware of their entitlements and responsibilities as citizens Quality of the user’s 
lives improved, increased well being and self confidence feeling a part of the wider 
community with similar access to mainstream services Increased understanding of 
statutory system and services
The service users will haveImproved communication skill in English language 
Improved employment prospects in result of employment related coursesFinancial 
Investment & 
Bristol Pakistani CWO
£20,630.00
‐£1,558.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
independence from the benefit system Be able to communicate with wider 
Grants
community through a common language Improved chances to benefit from 
mainstream education and training opportunities Improved quality of life 
1. the service users will have improved awareness of each other’s cultures and 
appreciate the  similarities and difference between various cultures 2. the above 
benefit may have a spill over affect within service user’s families 
3. The information through the discussion sessions be used in improving 
community relation and cohesion
124
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Bristol Playbus
£65,777.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
125
people aged 13‐19
More than 
Bristol Playbus project
£26,000.00
‐£26,093.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
126
£1,000,000
• Refugees and Asylum Seekers feel welcomed to Bristol and have safe place to 
socialise
• Bristol refugees and asylum seekers are better able to navigate asylum process. 
• Refugees and asylum seekers are better able to access services. 
Investment & 
Bristol Refugee Rights
£19,350.00
‐£1,461.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
• Human rights abuses of Welcome Centre service users are prevented
Grants
• Service users have access to social and practical support and to relevant and useful 
services
• Engagement of volunteers from the host and refugee communities, in advising, 
befriending, supporting and engaging with service users and their families
127
£50,000 ‐ 
Passenger 
Bristol Shopmobility
£69,758.00
n/a
31/03/2012
CD
Community Transport
As per SLA
128
£100,000
Transport
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Bristol South Crossroads
£37,013.08
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
129
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Broad Plain
£11,536.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
130
people aged 13‐19
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• Healthier lifestyle choices
• Increased confidence and self‐esteem
• Increased physical well‐being
To promote sexual health of vulnerable young  • Understanding of their rights, the choices available to them and have opportunities
Anne 
people through providing IAG, referral to 
Brook YP Services
£90,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
CYPS
to voice their views, perceptions, wishes and opinions
Colquhoun
confidential clinical and medical services, 
• Increased sense of self identity
professional advice and training.
• Understand the impact of their behaviour on their own outcomes and others
• Choose not to engage in risky, anti‐social or criminal behaviour
• Increased physical well‐being
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£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
Brunel Care (DCT)
£177,595.02
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
£250,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
132
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£97,819.04
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
133
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£22,666.50
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
134
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£118,963.93
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
135
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£88,065.64
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
136
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£22,630.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
137
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£59,402.71
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
138
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£555,059.67
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
139
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£118,717.93
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
140
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£22,541.36
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
141
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Brunelcare 
£23,091.99
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
142
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Substance 
CAAAD
not available
£6,000.00
‐£63,250.00
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Misuse Team, 
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CAAAD Hepatitis ‐ BBV contract
Safer Bristol
143
Substance 
Care Forum
not available
£45,000.00
‐£11,000.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
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Advocacy Service
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
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People better informed about social care & health services; greater autonomy;
greater independence; greater choice; ability to choose non‐'social care' means of 
£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Well Aware online database and advocacy 
Care Forum
£85,238.60
In review
31/03/2013
H&SC
meeting needs; service users/potential service 
£100,000
Commissioning
service
users/families/colleagues/communities/workers able to draw upon a wide range of 
145
services/interventions/facilities.
£50,000 ‐ 
Catch 22
£81,000.00
‐£1,000.00
31/03/2012
YOT
NH
Barton Hill YIP
Reduced offending
146
£100,000
Catch 22
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Lawrence Hill Girls and Young Women Project
147
• Reduced the number of children in care
Out of hours service to children on the edge of 
More than 
• Improved outcomes of children and families on the edge of care
Catch 22
£100,000.00
£0.00
31/01/2013
Mark Bandalli
CYPS
care, working alongside the Family Intervention 
£1,000,000
• Support FISS in delivering improved outcomes to children and families on the edge 
Support Service
148
of care
Substance 
Catch 22
not available
£20,000.00
£20,000.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Young Peoples Project
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
149
£100,000 ‐ 
Catch 22
£170,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
Deliver 2 Youth Inclusion Prevention Services
Reduced offending
150
£250,000
Catch 22 
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Enhanced Positive Programme
151
Cedar Community Care 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
(formerly Crossroads 
£123,555.00
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
£250,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
152
Bristol North)
Cedar Community Care 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
(formerly Crossroads 
£147,001.00
‐£16,569.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
Bristol North)
153
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Centre for Deaf People
£13,454.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
154
people aged 13‐19
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Various services for people with hearing 
Enabling deaf people to gain or regain greater independence; reduce social isolation;
Centre for Deaf People
£136,443.57
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
£250,000
Commissioning
impairment or who are deaf
provide means of communication; 
155
More than 
Lyn 
CfBT Education Trust
£260,000.00
£0.00
31/08/2011
CYPS
£1,000,000
Chamberlain
156
Improved health and welfare:
Better life chances for children through greater family security.
Investment & 
Child Poverty Action Group
£12,009.00
‐£904.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
More older and disabled able to live independently in the community and in control 
Grants
of their lives as a result of improved financial security.
Increased spending power in local communities impacts positively on regeneration.
157
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Children’s Scrapstore
£49,437.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
158
people aged 13‐19
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Cintre Community
£101,875.67
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
159
Quality of professional and community training, quality of events, mentor 
organisation to new and emerging artists and companies, ∙ity Circus community 
£500,000 ‐ 
Circomedia
£30,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
outreach programme and centre based work, sliding scale of charges with lowest 
£1,000,000
level of charges to community groups, Circomedia continues to provide 
160
management support to Theatre Bristol and works in partnership with others.
Development of the Company as the major outdoor arts presenting company in the 
City towards creating a high quality City defining outdoor show for 2014, support the
£500,000 ‐ 
development of new work by young artists, provide mentoring support and advice 
Cirqu Bijou
£15,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£1,000,000
for at least 10 young people during the young people’s commission project – April – 
Oct 2011, working with deaf and disabled artists in Bristol and the regions through 
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the Step Up and Quest projects.
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£100,000
Economic 
Clean Slate Training & 
£100,000 ‐ 
Development 
Information advice, guidance and support for 
Increase the number of people in employment and reduce the no pf people claiming 
£40,000.00
£0.00
30/09/2011
CD
Employment Ltd
£250,000

unemployed adults 
out of work benefits 
Regeneration 
163
Community In Partnership 
£50,000 ‐ 
Community 
£64,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2015
NH
Operate & manage Filwood Community Centre a well‐managed local centre of community activity
Knowle West
£100,000
Buildings
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• Sharing organisations knowledge, including grassroots knowledge, of community 
tensions. 
  Alerting other agencies to potential conflicts we are aware of. 
  Contributing skills and experience in analysing community conflicts and designing 
appropriate interventions
• Workers available to respond to community tensions as they arise.
   Sharing of skills and expertise in facilitating community conflict and moving groups 
towards a positive future together.
   Modelling communities working together on community conflict through diverse 
Investment & 
Community Resolve
£33,360.00
‐£2,520.00
31/03/2012
NH
Cohesion
workforce.
Grants
   Engaging local people in solving their own conflicts where residents perceive their 
voice is not being heard and there is a real risk of conflict occurring as a result of this 
marginalisation
• Developing skills within the city around approaching entrenched conflicts.
  Marked increase in respect and understanding expressed by participants.
  Decrease in formally or informally reported incidents related to specific moral 
conflicts worked on. Conflict to be agreed by BCC Community Cohesion team.
  Work possibly delivered in partnership with others, 
eg SARI, Police, Safer Bristol, etc.
165
Community Resolve
£7,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Fridays @ the Mill
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£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
Crossroads Bristol South
£62,597.58
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
£100,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
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The aim of the service is to provide independent adults to befriend, advise and 
support children and young people in care who would benefit significantly from such 
a relationship, and for this relationship to be in the best interest of the child 
concerned (Care Matters White Paper (2007) / Children & Young Person Act (2008)).
CSV Allies in Bristol 
£88,383.00
£0.00
31/03/2011
Mark Bandalli
CYPS
Independent visitors for CiC
Experience of providing independent visitors to children in care strongly indicates 
that the most successful matches involve children and young people who have little 
or no contact with their birth parents. As a result, referrals received for such children 
will be treated as a priority.
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CSV Community Service 
£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Wholebaked café ‐ training café for people with  Provide support towards obtaining paid employment; work experience, supported 
£58,536.14
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Volunteers
£100,000
Commissioning
learning difficulties
volunteering; advice/support on jobsearch skills.
169
CSV Enviroment ‐ 
Hartwood Landscaping 
£4,760.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
170
Team
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
CSVE Play Rangers
£60,510.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
171
people aged 13‐19
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Dame Emily Gateway Club
£2,629.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
172
people aged 13‐19
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
Dhek Bhal
£111,423.08
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
£250,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
173
Disabled Christian 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
174
£37,275.72
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Day centre for adults with learning difficulties
Fellowship (DCF)
£50,000
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers
Promote support services, incident reporting 
The target is for at least 172 women to be engaged across these 3 areas. Details of
£100,000 ‐ 
EACH
£45,950.00
‐£8,050.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
service, casework client support and support to  how many people and from what area engaged will be provided at the end of this 
£250,000
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Supporting and engaging with community through volunteering.
Engaging with and decreasing isolation among young people
Investment & 
Easton Community Centre
£48,720.00
‐£3,674.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Serving (advising and providing training for) the local community.
Grants
Decreasing exclusion and increasing engagement within the local 
176
community
Early eductaion and family support for children 
Easton Community 
£26,305.00
£0.00
31/08/2011
Dawn Butler 
CYPS
identified as requiring additional support. to 
Every Child Matters Outcomes Framework.  Early Years Foundation Stage
Children's Centre
177
enable them to 
178
Easton Jubilee Trust  
£9,841.00
31/08/2011
Carol Jones
CYPS
 BME Attainment
£100,000 ‐ 
S Abdullahi
Easton Learning Centre
£37,344.00
‐£37,344.00
30/06/2011
CYPS
MIF ESOL
English language
179
£250,000
ETS
EC1 Lockleaze & St.Paul's 
Youth Project, 'All About 
£3,300.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
180
Food'
EC2 Detached Youth Work 
£7,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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Team
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Elim Housing Association
£281,207.25
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
182
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Elim Housing Association
£33,840.71
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
183
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Elim Housing Association
£30,455.61
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
184
High quality classical concerts, contract priority to emply Bristol artists, combine
£250,000 ‐ 
Emerald Ensemble
£7,500
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
classical music with other art forms, provide concerts across a variety of areas and 
£500,000
185
age groups
£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Emmaus Bristol
£61,213.08
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
186
Empire Boxing Club and 
£6,500.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Community Sports Projects
187
Deliver strong innovative & imaginative programming of short film and animation, 
£100,000 ‐ 
Encounters Film Festival
£15,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
develop outreach programmes, develop relationships with other arts providers, 
£250,000
enhance Bristosl profile as a leading animation centre outside London
188
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Fairbridge West
£15,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
189
people aged 13‐19
Activities for disabled children and their families, Enjoyment of play, ability to express themselves and be happy, improved sense of 
Keirsten 
relieving stress and reducing social isolation. 
£20,000 ‐ 
identify, self esteem, ability to socialise, share and enjoy interacting with their peers, 
Families in Touch
£10,190.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Wilson/ 
CYPS
Increases social skills for the disabled children 
£50,000
a break for parents and carers of disabled children to enable maintenance of 
Patricia Lomax
and to give the parents a break from their caring personal identity
190
role
Fishponds Baptist Church 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
Up to £5,000
£1,328.80
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Luncheon Club
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
191
More than 
Foster Care Associates
£7,000.00
‐£6,325.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
192
£1,000,000
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Freeways Trust Ltd 
£283,371.72
‐£63,173.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
193
More than 
Friends of Claremont
£33,000.00
‐£11,530.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
194
£1,000,000
Full Circle ‐ St Pauls Youth 
£5,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
St Pauls Youth & Family Project ‐ Off The Record
195
& Family Project
Full Circle – St Pauls Youth 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£32,512.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
and Family Project
people aged 13‐19
196
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Full Circle (Play)
£7,501.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
197
people aged 13‐19
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£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
Golden Agers
£21,229.82
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
£50,000
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
198
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£1,673.79
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
199
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£21,104.21
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
200
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£1,137.74
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
201
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£12,446.50
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
202
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£5,928.64
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
203
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£91,336.04
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
204
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Guinness Trust (London)
£18,018.49
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
205
Habinteg Housing 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£203,271.00
‐£36,000.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
206
Habinteg Housing 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£14,714.71
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
207
Habinteg Housing 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£7,937.71
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
208
Hanover Housing 
£5,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£7,112.29
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£20,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
209
Hanover Housing 
£5,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£8,030.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£20,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
210
Harry Crook Activities 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£35,203.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
211
Centre
people aged 13‐19
Hartclife & Withywood 
£50,000 ‐ 
Passenger 
£91,810.00
‐£9,080.10
31/03/2012
CD
Community Transport
As per SLA
Community Partnership
£100,000
Transport
212
Hartcliffe & Withywood 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£13,041.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
Teenage Parents Project
people aged 13‐19
213
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Economic 
Hartcliffe & Withywood 
£250,000 ‐ 
Development 
Information advice, guidance and support for 
Increase the number of people in employment and reduce the no pf people claiming 
£45,000.00
‐£35,000.00
31/03/2012
CD
Ventures 
£500,000

unemployed adults 
out of work benefits 
Regeneration 
214
Hartcliffe Club for Young 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£39,212.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
215
People
people aged 13‐19
Hartcliffe Club For Young 
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Babysitting/life skills course
216
People
Hartcliffe Club For Young 
£4,980.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
BME Mentoring Group
217
People
Local people will have access to Community Facilities and can be involved in 
activities leading to a sense of pride, achievement & self development
Hartcliffe Community Park 
Investment & 
Local people and schools will become more involved with activities and engage with 
£25,740.00
‐£1,939.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Farm
Grants
each other, creating greater Community cohesion.
HCPF development enhanced as Community Asset.
218
Ability to better manage mental health and wellbeing; gaining paid employment; 
Hartcliffe Health & 
volunteering; greater physical health/fitness; reducing social isolation; increased 
Strategic 
Social inclusion wellbeing service for people 
Environment Action Group 
£6,805.63
In review
31/03/2012
H&SC
participation in neighbourhood/community; 'recovery' from mental health 
Commissioning
with mental health issues
(HHEAG)
difficulties; reduced need for statutory mental health services; reduced visits to 
219
GPs…
• Local people will be engaged in voluntary activities run by HHEAG and will access 
HHEAG’s services.
• Volunteers gain interest, skills and confidence through volunteering opportunities 
at HHEAG.
Hartcliffe Health & 
Investment & 
£28,600.00
‐£2,155.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
• Local people will have an increased knowledge about HHEAG’s and other 
Environmental AG
Grants
community volunteering opportunities.
• HHEAG service users and volunteers will become involved with other community 
organisations and initiatives. This will increase personal development as well as 
220
contribute toward community integration and cohesion.
Substance 
HAWKS
not available
£41,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Early Intervention Service
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
221
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
HF Trust Ltd 
£155,832.55
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
222
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Home Group Limited
£101,991.00
‐£17,999.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
223
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Home Group Limited
£82,504.09
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
224
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Home Group Limited
£49,999.80
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
225
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Housing 21 
£82,031.04
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
226
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Housing 21 
£68,112.13
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
227
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Housing 21 
£12,623.79
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
228
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£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Housing 21 
£16,144.99
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
229
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Housing 21 
£74,019.97
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
230
Investment & 
Humdard
£10,790.00
‐£822.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
231
Grants
Humdard (St Paul's Asian 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£6,241.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
232
Womens Group)
people aged 13‐19
More than 
IPP
£15,000.00
‐£15,000.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
233
£1,000,000
Provide infrastructure development/support in relation to employment services for
Keith Bates Development 
Strategic 
£8,080.00
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Learning difficulties employment services
people with learning difficulties; improving the paid employment levels of people 
Service
Commissioning
234
with learning difficulties
Keyring‐Living Support 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£108,137.51
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Network
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
235
Supports Asian disabled children, children with  More friendships, improved social skills and abilities and encouragement to try new 
Keirsten 
special needs, their families, especially mothers 
£100,000 ‐ 
things for disabled chidlren, improved family interaction and reduced family stress, 
KHAAS
£59,629.00
31/03/2012
Wilson/ 
CYPS
and those providing care and support in 
£250,000
able to express opinions, views and contribute to service design, delivery, choice & 
Patricia Lomax
accordance with Bristol’s Play Policy ‘Making 
evaluation
236
Play Matter’.
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Khaas ‐ Play
£4,978.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
237
people aged 13‐19
Khaas Young Carer’s Group 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
(St Werburghs Asian 
£2,816.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
people aged 13‐19
238
Group)
239
Kick Start Enterprise
£14,634.00
31/08/2011
Carol Jones
CYPS
 BME Attainment
Knightstone Housing 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£303,337.54
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
240
Knightstone Housing 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£65,599.95
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
241
Knightstone Housing 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£1,728.54
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
242
Knightstone Housing 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£29,039.40
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
243
Knightstone Housing 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£26,897.37
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
244
Knightstone Housing 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£66,073.32
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
245
• Local people will be engaged in the planning and delivery of services and will gain
new skills and experiences
Knowle West Health 
Investment & 
£19,060.00
‐£1,443.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
• Older people are able to benefit from local organisations’ joint working and engage
Association
Grants
in other activities within their community 
246
• Local people are able to engage in their local community
Introduce and support delivery of Bristol Public Arts Strategy,  manage 4 artists 
£500,000 ‐ 
Knowle West Media Centre
£40,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
residencies, deliver media activities and ars projects in one of the most deprived 
£1,000,000
neighbourhoods, raise awareness of cultural activity.
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£100,000 ‐ 
Kompany Malakhi
£20,000
£0
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£250,000
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
KWADS
not available
£150,000.00
£0.00
30/09/2011
Misuse Team, 
NH
Tier 2/3 Community Based/families
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
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Lawrence Hill Youth Project
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
‐ The Crypt Youth Centre
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Lawrence Western 
£20,000 ‐ 
Passenger 
£36,582.00
‐£3,618.00
31/03/2012
CD
Community Transport
As per SLA
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Community Transport
£50,000
Transport
Lawrence Weston & 
£6,216.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
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CYPS
Avonmouth Youth Project
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• LWCF will deliver a range of educational, recreational, environmental, social and
economic services designed to meet the need of local communities and communities
of interest. 
• Volunteers will be able to gain NOCN accreditation. More people will be engaged in
developing a resource in their local community so promoting cohesion and 
integration.Volunteers will have improved self esteem and confidence. Volunteers 
will benefit from meeting other volunteers on projects in Bristol.
Lawrence Weston 
Investment & 
• More community organisations will be able to meet at a low cost facility.A better 
£25,740.00
‐£1,939.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Community Farm
Grants
community space will be available in a unique environment where people can come 
together and discuss issues that affect their community.
• People will be able to meet others in a beautiful green space from different 
backgrounds that they may not otherwise have the opportunity to meet.People from
outside Lawrence Weston will visit the farm and their positive experience will 
challenge preconceptions that people may have about the Lawrence Weston area. 
This will help to close the gap and promote understanding of
different areas in the varied communities that make up 
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Bristol
Reduced social exclusion for Somali elders not currently receiving support as a group
Investment & 
Linksan
£5,000.00
‐£4,950.00
31/03/2012
NH
and less isolated as individuals 
Grants
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Somali elders have a ‘voice’
Increased independence, increased physical mobility in and out of the home,
Living formerly Disabled 
£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
£63,012.00
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Accessible equipment and mobility services
increased ability to undertake wider activities (paid employment, volunteering, 
Living Centre
£100,000
Commissioning
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learning, community involvement etc.)
Increased usage of the centre; more opportunities developed for cross‐generational 
and multi cultural work to enhance community cohesion. Although the Centre will 
continue to promote African and Caribbean interests and central objective, it will 
actively seek to bring together other sectors of the community (black, white, Somalis 
etc) to promote common good. 
Provide activities to engage young people and families in order to give young people 
opportunities for play and leisure, to facilitate better understanding and respect of 
different cultures and promote safer communities 
Investment & 
Malcolm X Centre
£65,110.00
‐£4,908.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Grants
Decrease in social isolation for older people. More opportunities for older people to 
be engaged in the life of the community and to be consulted about services and 
developments
Increase opportunities for disadvantage individuals in the local community to 
develop basic skills, develop appreciation for and  be able to use computers and 
basic ICT facilities and consequently increased employment opportunities for job 
seeking trainees
Negotiate 28 years lease with BCC
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• Local people have access to affordable room hire and community resources at the 
heart of the community, which is hoped, will improve the quality of life and 
engender community cohesion.
• Both with the formal and informal training courses that The Mede intend to 
provide, local people will feel more confident about going on to more formal 
Investment & 
Mede Centre
£74,360.00
‐£5,602.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
education or employment. They will see The Mede as a place to socialise with the 
Grants
community thereby endeavouring to promote community cohesion and integration. 
• Building partnerships with local groups will increase the number and variety of 
resources available to the local community.
• Local people have access to quality affordable second hand clothes and bric‐a‐brac
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£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support towards obtaining paid employment; work experience, supported 
MENCAP
£45,448.30
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Learning difficulties employment services
£50,000
Commissioning
volunteering; advice/support on jobsearch skills.
258
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All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Missing Link
£24,327.00
‐£5,009.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
259
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Missing Link
£225,413.57
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Missing Link
£210,527.00
‐£42,318.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
261
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Missing Link
£230,387.58
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
262
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Missing Link
£347,785.58
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
263
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Missing Link
£48,329.13
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Strategic 
Services for homeless women with mental 
Support with mental health issues for women with high need, chaotic lifestyles 
Missing link Housing
£5,526.47
In review
31/03/2012
H&SC
Commissioning
health issues
towards increased stability, remaining housed and improved mental health
265
Strategic 
Support and recovery for women with post‐
Improved mental health, improved social connection, regain ability to parent and 
Mothers for Mothers
£14,820.54
In review
31/03/2012
H&SC
Commissioning
natal depression
operate in family, reduction in suicide ideation
266
More than 
NAS
£10,000.00
‐£5,000.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
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£1,000,000
Disabled children will be able to access a range of high quality, flexilble short breaks
More than 
New Fosseway
£18,000.00
‐£6,000.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) opportunities which are responsive to children and young people's needs and to the 
£1,000,000
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• Women experiencing domestic abuse will have help in deciding what their options 
are and help with making decisions about their future
Investment & 
• Women access the emotional support they need to leave violent relationships
Next Link
£19,130.00
‐£1,448.00
31/03/2012
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• Volunteers will gain training and experience
• Women will develop skills to enable them to seek meaningful activity and paid 
employment.
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• A positive attitude to school/ learning and raised confidence in academic
After school activities, play schemes and one‐to‐ achievements and improved attendance
one/group support to children and young 
• Increased self‐awareness and assertiveness
Keirsten 
people living in safe houses.  Provision for 
• Increased confidence and self‐esteem ‐ Equip service users to improve their ability 
Next Link
£129,049.00
‐£7,043.00
31/03/2011
CYPS
Wilson
resettlement support to children and young 
to stay safe through:
people who move on from the safe houses into  ‐ Safe social networks
a new community.
‐ Increased self awareness & assertiveness
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‐ Safe lifestyle choices
More than 
Independent sexual violence advisers employed in conjunction with other partners in
Next Link
£25,097.00
£25,097.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
Independent sexual violence advisers
271
£1,000,000
the old Avon and Somerset area. 
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Nilaari
not available
£43,050.00
£43,050.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Structured Day Care
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
272
Investment & 
North Bristol Advice Centre
£55,347.00
£0.00
31/03/2014
NH
Advice
273
Grants
 Be Safe and Be Healthy 1:Of the 180 people who the provider will work with in the 
group work service within one year, 110 will demonstrate increased knowledge of 
DVA survivor group work programme, Bristol 
what domestic violence/abuse is and support services that are available for women 
More than 
domestic Abuse forum co‐ordination and co‐
and children experiencing domestic violence/abuse and have a more positive 
Novas Scarman Group
£61,000.00
£0.00
Safer Bristol
NH
£1,000,000
ordinations of DVA training for tier one services attitude towards seeking support. 2:Of the 180 people who the provider will work 
with in the group work service within one year, 90 will report increased self‐
confidence. 3: Of the 180 people who the provider will work with in the group work 
service within one year, 40 will be referred on to specialist DVA support services.
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Novas Scarman Group
£5,473.00
‐£18,842.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
275
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Novas Scarman Group
£12,548.00
‐£1,394.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
276
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Novas Scarman Group
£416,470.00
‐£46,269.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
277
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Novas Scarman Group
£44,886.66
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
278
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£426,000.00
‐£48,006.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
279
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£306,498.22
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
280
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All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Novas Scarman Group
£142,311.00
‐£15,813.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
281
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£252,727.00
‐£28,081.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
283
Oasis Academy John 
£3,600.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
284
Williams ‐ HUB 678
• Increased confidence and self‐esteem
One to one, intervention for vulnerable children, • Improved family cohesion through reduced stress
Off the Record
£59,020.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Sue Topalian
CYPS
offering IAG and counselling service leading to  • Improved communication skills of children, young people and their families
therapy counselling if appropriate. 
• Increased self‐awareness and assertiveness
285
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Off the Record
£50,327.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
286
people aged 13‐19
Engagaing with sex workers to assist them in 
Still being negotiated however pro rata for last year offering exiting plan to 100
£500,000 ‐ 
One25
£28,500.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
exiting lifestyle and where necessary enter drug  women and intensively work with 48 women and work with 40 women with chaotic 
£1,000,000
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treatment.
drug use.
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Orbit Housing Association
£154,994.67
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
288
Overseas Chinese 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
£11,135.10
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's day centre
Association
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
289
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
Penpole Lunch Club
Up to £5,000
£659.25
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
290
Develop a successful programme of exhibitions at our Atelier (and associated 
£100,000 ‐ 
events), commission and produce new artists’ film and video work, work with 
Picture This
£25,522
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£250,000
established and emerging, national and international artists using film and video, 
deliver Race & Equality strategy / action plan.
291
More than 
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Places for People
£39,528.99
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
292
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£78,376.00
‐£10,687.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
293
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£83,940.00
‐£4,418.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
294
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£101,058.00
‐£5,319.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
295
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£496,843.02
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
296
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£374,568.62
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
297
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£53,245.16
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
298
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1
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Places for People
£8,032.61
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
299
Economic 
Places for People 
More than 
Development 
Information advice, guidance and support for 
Increase the number of people in employment and reduce the no pf people claiming 
£49,460.00
£49,460.00
01/06/2012
CD
Neighbourhoods
£1,000,000

unemployed adults 
out of work benefits 
Regeneration 
300
Play and Early Years 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£18,550.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
301
Training Unit (PEYTU)
people aged 13‐19
£50,000 ‐ 
Diverse programme of 40 poets at Poetry Festival, deliver poetry surgeries and 
Poetry Can
£15,733
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£100,000
produce bulletins, develop poetry volunatry experience project, develop website
302
Portishead Lifeboat Trust
£5,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
R Smith
CD
Lifeboat operation
303
Princess Royal Trust Carers 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
£184,174.00
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Carers' services
Centre
£250,000
Commissioning
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
304
Princess Royal Trust Carers 
£4,916.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Creative Workshops
305
Centre 
More than 
Rainbow Children's Trust
£10,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
306
£1,000,000
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Raphael House 
£207,236.57
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
307
Redland Housing 
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£20,335.71
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
308
£50,000 ‐ 
S Abdullahi
Refugee Action
£44,030.00
‐£44,030.00
30/06/2011
CYPS
mentoring programme
309
£100,000
ETS
The drop in will break down isolation and enable refugee women to interact with the
host community.  Women will have the opportunity to discuss issues, with 
appropriate language support, and develop their English language skills in a safe and 
supporting environment
Refugee women are given 1‐1 and group support by 3 bi‐lingual community workers.
Investment & 
2 of which are funded by BCC.  This support includes an initial needs assessment on 
Refugee Women of Bristol
£9,300.00
‐£700.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
Grants
arrival to address needs and referral to advice workers and other services 
interpretation and translation support for 1‐1 advice sessions and workshops at the 
drop‐in, practical support re: making and attending appointments with clients, 
understanding and completing forms and letters, linking newly arrived women to 
services in the community.
310
Secure funding beyond 2011‐12
1. (socially inclusive day service) Ability to better manage mental health and 
wellbeing; gaining paid employment; volunteering; greater physical health/fitness; 
reducing social isolation; increased participation in neighbourhood/community; 
Mental health social inclusive day support 
'recovery' from mental health difficulties; reduced need for statutory mental health 
Strategic 
service, mental health BME Community 
Rethink
£482,162.14
In review
31/03/2012
H&SC
services; reduced visits to GPs… 2. (BME CDW) improve opportunities for BME 
Commissioning
Development Worker, Mental health carers' 
groups with mental health difficulties; improve awareness of mental health in BME 
service
organisations and communities; increase access to mental health services. 3. (Carers)
Provide support to carers; provide information to carers; Reduce social isolation of 
carers; support carers to obtain appropriate services.
311
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Rethink 
£93,436.35
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
312
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£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Rethink 
£33,543.00
‐£5,527.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
313
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Rethink 
£90,223.83
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
314
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Rethink 
£44,866.84
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
315
Riverside (formally English 
£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£418,445.34
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Churches Housing Group)
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
316
Riverside (formally English 
£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£328,003.14
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Churches Housing Group)
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
317
RNIB / Action For Blind 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Various services for people with visual 
Improve independence; improving mobility; enabling greater access to 
£103,382.00
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
People
£250,000
Commissioning
impairment
employment/communities/resources.
318
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Royal Mencap Society 
£119,978.00
‐£25,000.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
319
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Salvation Army
not available
£182,570.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Salvation Army & Detox
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
320
Substance 
Salvation Army
not available
£11,940.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Admin Support Allowances
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
321
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Salvation Army
not available
£111,342.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Residential Rehab
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
322
£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Salvation Army 
£667,257.15
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
323
£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Salvation Army 
£142,465.24
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
324
£500,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Salvation Army 
£149,366.86
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
325
£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Sanctuary Carr‐Gomm
£99,742.00
‐£8,203.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
326
£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Sanctuary Carr‐Gomm
£45,728.76
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
327
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£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Sanctuary Carr‐Gomm
£41,314.35
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
328
SARI ‐ Support Against 
£5,000 ‐ 
Programme for Black/Dual Heritage young 
£14,900.00
new
31/03/2012
YOT
NH
Reduced offending and improved positive self‐image and aspirations
329
Racist Incidents
£20,000
offenders
SARI ‐ Support Against 
Investment & 
Provide casework support for victims of racist hate crime and contribute to the
£47,230.00
‐£3,659.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
330
Racist Incidents
Grants
strategic response and planning in Bristol
SARI ‐ Support Against 
Investment & 
Support, advice and assistance for victims of racial discrimination in employment,
£70,000.00
‐£1,520.00
31/03/2012
NH
Race Equality Service ‐ Interim RE&HRS
331
Racist Incidents
Grants
education, goods and services  
• Increased confidence and self‐esteem
Supports young people and their families 
• Reduced social isolation
targeted by racism in or around school and to 
SARI ‐ Support Against 
• Positive home‐school relations
£37,032.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Su Coombes
CYPS
work.  Works with current and/or potential 
Racist Incidents
• Engage in activities that form part of a positive self‐identity
perpetrators of racist abuse to improve their 
• Choose not to bully or discriminate and respect other cultures/ difference
attitude and behaviour.  
332
• Increased sense of self identity
Increased security of victims of race hate crime
SARI ‐ Support Against 
£500,000 ‐ 
£71,511.00
‐£10,161.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
Hate crime initiative re safer homes.
Reduce Hate Crime/Increase detection due to SARI CCTV intervention
Racist Incidents
£1,000,000
333
Increased victims safety
SARI ‐ Support Against 
£5,000 ‐ 
Programme for Black/Dual Heritage young 
£14,900.00
new
31/03/2012
YOT
NH
Reduced offending and improved positive self‐image and aspirations
334
Racist Incidents
£20,000
offenders
SARI ‐ Support Against 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£220,338.00
‐£16,585.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Racist Incidents
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
335
SCAF‐ Youth Support 
£4,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
336
Action Group
To deliver parenting support services that are an
integral part of children’s services, complement 
and augment existing school based services and 
offer practical and independent support for 
• To achieve measurable improvements in children’s behaviour, attendance and/or 
children, young people and their families.
attendance as a result of improved family support;
School Home Support (SHS)
£334,905.00
£0.00
31/08/2011
Emily Growney
CYPS
To offer parenting support & information, 
• To support parents/carers to take part in further learning, volunteering and/or 
encourage and support parental engagement 
family employment opportunities to improve the economic wellbeing of the family.
with their child’s learning and to assist parent’s 
improve their children’s school attendance and 
to reduce exclusions.
337
£5,000 ‐ 
SDG
£14,900.00
new
31/03/2012
YOT
NH
Programme for Somali young offenders
Reduced offending and alienation and improved engagement in civic society
338
£20,000
£5,000 ‐ 
SDG
£14,900.00
new
31/03/2012
YOT
NH
Programme for Somali young offenders
Reduced offending and alienation and improved engagement in civic society
339
£20,000
Sea Mills Boys and Girls 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£16,269.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
340
Club
people aged 13‐19
Second Step Housing 
Strategic 
Service for homeless people with mental health  Improved management of mental health, use of services to support 
£11,050.78
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Association
Commissioning
issues
recovery/housing/etc. increased life stability.
341
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£52,313.00
‐£9,460.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
342
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£55,027.94
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
343
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£534,669.00
‐£72,910.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
344
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Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£146,044.00
‐£16,326.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
345
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£605,614.78
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
346
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£363,367.93
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
347
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£379,282.00
‐£37,512.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
348
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£220,638.30
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
349
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£278,584.14
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
350
Second Step Housing 
More than 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£444,281.13
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association
£1,000,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
351
Self Help Community 
£250,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£251,742.00
‐£27,971.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Housing Association
£500,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
352
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
Serenity House
not available
£27,000.00
£12,600.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Res Rehab Placement
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
353
A safe, secure and stable environment and new family situation with equal life 
Homeless children service, supporting needs on 
More than 
chances, through good health, education and social opportunities, Break of inter‐
Shelter
£66,850.00
‐£3,650.00
31/03/2011
Sarah Evens
CYPS
entry to safehouses, running a playscheme and 
£1,000,000
generational cycles of repeat homelessness and poverty, an early intervention and 
help on resettlement.
prevention service
354
£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Shelter
£181,261.00
‐£25,176.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
355
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• To continue to be the main focus for community development and activity in
Shirehampton
• Provide the local community with an open, democratic and accessible 
organisation.                   
• Continue to make effective progress on improving many negative community 
issues, through established partnership working.
• Represent the community of Shirehampton.                      
• Improve the quality of living in and or working in Shirehampton.                           
Shirehampton Community 
Investment & 
£12,390.00
‐£937.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
• Inform the local community of local planning applications  ‐ empowering 
Action Forum
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individuals with the opportunity to have their say.  
• Represent the views of the community to BCC Planning Dept. (SCAF has a proven 
track record in influencing planning applications that would be detrimental to our 
community).
• Continue to fight to retain what few local community buildings & amenities remain
in Shirehampton.             
• Improve community participation & cohesion by bringing people together from all 
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sections of the community ‐ planning issues have proven particular effective in this
• The provision of services at the hall will increase the strength of skills and 
community cohesion in the area.  People of all ages use the hall with a good mixing 
of ages.  The hall also enables local people to start and run classes in the area and 
Shirehampton Public Hall 
Investment & 
build local capacity to respond to needs.
£4,690.00
‐£360.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
CA
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• This will be used to help strengthen local democracy and participation of people in 
decision making about community facilities and resources.
• To increase usage of additional rooms at the Hall to offer new educational and 
learning opportunities to increase employability and prospects for local people.   
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40+ new pieces written for performance, contribute to development of a helathy 
£50,000 ‐ 
and vibrant pool of professional writers, actors & directors for the benefit of the 
Show of Strength
£20,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£100,000
performing arts in Bristol & the region, developing/commissioning of BME writers, 
contracting of BME actors/artists
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Improved access to public and essential services.
Build awareness of service providers
Increase clients confidence in mainstream public services
Assist services to connect with so called ‘hard to reach’ groups.
Raise confidence and self esteem in order to address apathy and mistrust.
BME perspective more integrated into mainstream service provision and greater 
awareness by policy makers of BME needs.
Investment & 
Signpost & Rite Direkshon
£28,170.00
‐£2,130.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
Grants
People who are better informed about their rights.
Empowered local families and communities better able to manage their lives 
effectively.
Public services better informed about the needs of Afrikan descent people and 
communities.
Increase in skills and confidence for individuals through volunteering. 
The organisation’s development enhanced as is its ability to provide services and 
influence public services
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• Service users have improved access to range of essential services such as housing, 
welfare & health agencies, education etc.
Sikh Resource & 
Investment & 
Community Development 
£25,980.00
‐£1,957.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
• Increased understanding and respect between the Sikh and the wider community
Grants
Centre
• Elderly members will have improved quality of life through increased knowledge, 
reduced isolation and improved access to a range of essential services.  
360
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
Sikh Resource Centre
£17,140.43
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
BME older people's service
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
361
Single Parent Action 
£4,383.00
‐£579.67
31/08/2011
Carol Jones
CYPS
 BME Attainment
362
Network  (SPAN)
Skate Club
£5,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
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All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Solon South West
£41,369.00
‐£4,723.00
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SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
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• Members of Somali community will gain skills and knowledge to achieve their full 
potential and successfully integrate into mainstream society at a social, economic, 
health and educational level
Investment & 
Somali Resource Centre
£7,000.00
‐£14,500.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
• Residents from different background culture will celebrate diversity and build 
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• Immigrants having a better understanding of their rights and responsibilities in the 
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The creation of a common approach to triage assessment for access to advice service
information or appointments so that a person seeking advice has their needs 
assessed on their first contact with an advice service and appropriate appointments 
are made at this point to reduce multiple referrals and appointments at different 
Investment & 
South Bristol Advice Centre
£50,208.00
£0.00
31/03/2014
NH
Advice
locations.Services and Access to Advice should be delivered* in the following ways:∙ 
Grants
Face to face∙ Home visiting (when appropriate)∙ Phone advice∙ Information on 
services via the internet∙ Email ‐ the ability for clients to email services to access 
generalist advice and appointments∙ SMS – this is another mode of communication 
that should be available to clients to inform and remind them of appointments  
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• Improve adult literacy and skills.Improve employment prospects for local people
Southmead Community 
Investment & 
• Provide support to carers, single parent families, people with poor health and low‐
£0.00
£5,000.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Association
Grants
income families. Improve leisure and social facilities for disabled people.
• Encourage ownership of the community centre by the community.
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• Improve the social cohesion and inclusion of older people in the community to 
improve the quality of their lives through: work within the building and out in the 
community with the Greater Bedminster Older Peoples’ Forum, CLASS and the 
Healthy Walking Group – amongst other groups.
• Work to support 800+ volunteers in community groups involved in improving the 
local environment, community engagement and quality of life through: 
environmental groups, parks groups, rivers groups, South Bristol Arts Group, 
Community Pantomime, Front Garden Competition, Board of Trustees – amongst 
others
Southville Community 
Investment & 
£9,390.00
‐£710.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
• An information service for newcomers to the area to help their integration into the 
Development Association
Grants
community. Engage local people in more activities through volunteering.
• Work with young people and parents/carers through:
         ∙ Family Services including affordable day nursery, out of school care and 
toddler group.
         ∙ Greater Bedminster Community Partnership by facilitating meetings of local 
providers of services for young people.
• Work with the Extended Schools Partnership to provide 
the very best services for local families.
• Work with Bristol University Volunteers to research new work with 11‐18 year olds 
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Southville Community 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
£21,312.23
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Development Association
£50,000
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
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Sovereign Housing 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
Up to £5,000
£3,179.19
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Association Ltd
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Deliver internationnaly renowned programme of engaging exhibitions, provision of 
£500,000 ‐ 
low cost studio space for artists, work with UWE to support the development of 
Spike Island
£16,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£1,000,000
undergraduate students,  offer career support for studio, associate and artists form 
Bristol and the  SW.
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a) Raising awareness of disablist hate crime, the support available and the reporting 
process amongst organisations and individuals in Bristol.  This will be targeted 
towards groups identified by DICE and stakeholders.
b) Enhance partnership activity and community engagement (this could include 
support through strategic meetings).
£500,000 ‐ 
DVA perpetrator service
Splitz
£118,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
c) Disabled People feel well supported if they seek help
£1,000,000
d) Service Providers, including the Police, feel better informed in how to deal with 
disablism 
e) Clear and accurate statistical information is available in Bristol relating to disablist 
hate crime(via partnership working with Safer Bristol and their city‐wide 'Strategic 
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Partnership Against Hate Crime')
More than 
SPORTS
£15,000.00
‐£15,000.00
31/03/2012
Patricia Lomax
CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
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£1,000,000
Promote 121 concerts and events and maintain the diversity of the artistic 
More than 
St Georges
£31,518
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
programme, continue to provide a performance platform for emerging artists, 
£1,000,000
introduce new audiences to the venue, active involvement of young people.
374
Substance 
Copy of contract available on request. Performance Management Framework with 
St James Priory
not available
£192,000.00
£96,000.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
NH
Res Rehab Placement
regular monitoring in place. 
Safer Bristol
375
St Johns Residents 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a good meal; provide opportunity to check on older 
£6,056.83
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Association
Commissioning
people's health/self‐management; provision of basic social activities.
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£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St Monica Trust
£21,065.71
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St Monica Trust
£71,452.92
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St Monica Trust
£70,611.75
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
379
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St Monica Trust
£20,848.80
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
380
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St Monica Trust
£15,492.69
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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The creation of a common approach to triage assessment for access to advice service
information or appointments so that a person seeking advice has their needs 
assessed on their first contact with an advice service and appropriate appointments 
are made at this point to reduce multiple referrals and appointments at different 
Investment & 
St Pauls Advice
£126,645.00
£40,019.00
31/03/2014
NH
Advice
locations.Services and Access to Advice should be delivered* in the following ways:∙ 
Grants
Face to face∙ Home visiting (when appropriate)∙ Phone advice∙ Information on 
services via the internet∙ Email ‐ the ability for clients to email services to access 
generalist advice and appointments∙ SMS – this is another mode of communication 
that should be available to clients to inform and remind them of appointments  
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Increase new areas to increase number of artists taking part, engage artists in work 
outside of carnival day, work to improve the accessibility of carnival for disabled 
£100,000 ‐ 
St Paul's Carnival
£55,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
people, work with special schools to encourage their participation in carnival, 
£250,000
development of a youth committee to support and supplement the work of the 
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St Silas (Stockwood) Club 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£11,934.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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for Young People
people aged 13‐19
St Werburgh’s City Farm 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£4,967.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
Boiling Wells Youth Project
people aged 13‐19
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• Improved health and well‐being for people on low incomes, people with little or no
easy access to green space, people with learning disabilities and/or mental health 
problems, and socially isolated people. Increased opportunities for all sections of the 
local community to meet, socialise, work and play together.
• Greater understanding and appreciation of disabled people, isolated people and 
people from other cultures.  Enhanced integration and community cohesion
• Facilitate people to increase skills, confidence and self‐esteem.Increased 
Investment & 
St Werburghs City Farm
£33,360.00
‐£2,520.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
opportunities for all sections of the local community to make friends and enjoy socia
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aspects of life at SWCF.Greater involvement of local people in the development of 
facilities and services at SWCF and in the local community.Improved mental and 
physical health.
• Local people better informed about activities available to them.People better 
informed about food production, farming and good health.Services and facilities at 
SWCF that meet the identified needs of local people.More local people involved in 
community activity, leading to greater
integration and improved community cohesion.
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£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Provide support towards obtaining paid employment; work experience, supported 
St Werburghs City Farm
£30,000.51
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Learning difficulties employment services
£50,000
Commissioning
volunteering; advice/support on jobsearch skills.
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The provision of a community venue providing a safe supportive and affordable 
facility within which the community’s diverse population can enjoy a range of 
cultural, education and social services to nourish and develop their own aspirations 
as well as a focal point for encouraging the cohesion and vitality of the 
community.To provide accommodation for local community groups, in order to 
enhance local services for residents, particularly for those people who are 
disadvantaged, vulnerable or who face difficulties accessing provision appropriate to 
St Werburghs Community 
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their particular needs and circumstances.
£50,000.00
‐£10,600.00
31/03/2012
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available and accessible voluntary organisations who provide vital services to the 
community
Respond to community identified needs by providing a range of  local accessible 
resources. SWCA provides a number of services for both centre users and  
neighbouring communities. Providing opportunities for community involvement 
through volunteer involvement in the Newsletter, Publicity, centre projects. 
To develop activities that increase participation in civic life, including through providi
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£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St. James Priory Project
£20,253.85
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
St. James Priory Project
£137,943.43
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
390
Improved mental health, connection with mental health services, support towards 
£100,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Welbeing Centre for homeless people with 
being housed and ability to maintain tennancy etc. ability to better manage mental 
St. Mungos/Second Step
£104,648.52
In review
31/03/2013
H&SC
£250,000
Commissioning
mental health issues
and physical health, obtain paid employment, undertake volunteering, learning, 
develop supportive social networks.
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Supportive Parents of 
Statutory service for parents of children with 
£56,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Annette Jones
CYPS
Refer to agreed targets
392
Special Children
SEN 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Terrence Higgins Trust
£32,069.35
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
HIV/AIDS support
Provide support; advocacy; information
£50,000
Commissioning
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Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
The Basement Studio
£17,331.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
• Improved communication skills of children, young people and their families
• Reduced social isolation
English language programmes for Vulnerable 
• A positive attitude to school/ learning and raised confidence in academic 
The City Academy
£74,507.00
£0.00
30/09/2011
Emily Growney
CYPS
children, young people and families for which 
achievements
English is not their first  language.
• Positive home‐school relations
• Are motivated to acquire new skills, knowledge and experience and broaden their 
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horizons
The City Academy (lead in 
Improving educational attainment of BME 
consortium with Fairfield 
£247,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2013
Airlie Fife
CYPS
Children and Young People in Bristol by 
High School, BTIT)
providing supplementary education.
396
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
The Dings Youth Project
£36,449.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
397
people aged 13‐19
The Green House (formerly 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Counselling for people who have experienced 
Improved mental health, improved ability to function in the world – family, work, 
£25,137.94
In review
31/03/2012
H&SC
ASAC)
£50,000
Commissioning
sexual abuse
community, reduced self harming, reduced suicide ideation, 
398
The Grove at Bedminster 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£13,246.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
399
Down
people aged 13‐19
£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
The Junction
£90,206.12
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
400
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£50,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
The Junction
£41,265.29
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£100,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
The Listening Partnership
£31,518.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
402
people aged 13‐19
£50,000 ‐ 
Passenger 
The Mede Sprint
£57,903.00
‐£5,726.70
31/03/2012
CD
Community Transport
As per SLA
403
£100,000
Transport
The Mill Youth Centre 
(Lead), Central & East 
£3,020.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
404
Wellbeing
Commission, distribute and deliver quality work, world class training & professional 
£100,000 ‐ 
Theatre Bristol
£15,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
devt for Bristol artists, Young Producers scheme to encourage people to work in the 
£250,000
arts, active role in local, regional and national netwroks.
405
Befriending opportunities for young disabled 
Reduced social isolation, to help learn life skills,increase independence & take part in 
Keirsten 
£100,000 ‐ 
children & those with learning difficulties to 
community activities, To provide positive social opportunities & have a positive 
Time2Share
£26,800.00
‐£9,200.00
31/03/2012
Wilson/ 
CYPS
£250,000
reduce social isolation and associated loss of 
impact on self esteem. Also parents and carers are supported to cope with the 
Patricia Lomax
emotional wellbeing
demands of constant caring and to continue in their caring role.
406
Programme a number of shows from nationally significant companies, work more 
More than 
closely with other regional platforms to establish strong regional networks, provide 
Tobacco Factory
£30,000
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£1,000,000
more audiences to a full range of theatre performances, build on existing 
collaborations as well as building on new long term relationships
407
Totterdown Children's 
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
£15,548.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
408
Community Workshop
people aged 13‐19
85% positive response from public and press for professional and youth theatre 
£250,000 ‐ 
shows, enable a group of artists to create a piece of work for children,  involve adults
Travelling Light
£23,493
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£500,000
in the centenary project, continue as an advocate for children's theatre in Bristol, 
nationally and internationally.
409
£50,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
Trinity Care Service
£84,805.97
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's day centre
£100,000
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
410
Identify and make improvements to ensure highest standards of operation and 
practice in governance and artistic programme, support for or provision of 
Trinity Community Arts Ltd
£0
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
opportinities for artist networking and collaboration, develop open studio sessions, 
ensure representation and involvement in activities
411
Strategic 
Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for monitoring
Tyndale Circle 
Up to £5,000
£3,945.18
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Older people's day centre
Commissioning
health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support for carers.
412
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
United Housing Association
£6,252.49
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
413
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
United Housing Association
£8,961.27
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
414
£20,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
United Housing Association
£20,078.13
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
£50,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
415
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A wide range of local people feel that they are represented and their needs 
acknowledged and understood by relevant service providers and decision makers. 
Increased awareness of the needs of a wider range of residents by those who take 
decisions that may affect their neighbourhood and community, including UHCT. 
Upper Horfield is a neighbourhood that enable and support residents to work 
together to create solution to their own local needs.
There is a strong recognition of the contribution of both those who have newly 
Upper Horfield Community 
Investment & 
£6,500.00
‐£8,500.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
arrived and those who already have deep attachment to a particular place, with a  
Trust (UHCT)
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focus on what they have in common.
There is a strong recognition of the contribution of both those who have newly 
arrived and those who already have deep attachments to a particular place, with a 
focus on what they have in common.
Older people gain important social contact through involvement in services provided 
by the centre and those services recognise the needs of older people living in the 
area and can evidence how they are meeting them.
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Upper Horfield Community 
£4,206.31
31/08/2011
Carol Jones
CYPS
 BME Attainment
Trust (UHCT)
417
Still being negotiated however similar to
Number of clients whose personal risk factors have decreased:  Clients feel safer and 
can lead a life without threat to self or immediate family members.
More than 
Number of clients successfully rehoused away from abusive partner ‐increase in 
Victim Support
£20,000.00
see comment 0
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
Independent Domestic violence adviser post.
£1,000,000
personal safety and confidence, and minimising further victimisation opportunities
Number of clients receiving services for drug or alcohol abuse ‐ ability to tackle other 
'problem areas' in their lives, and increase their personal safety and confidence
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• Provide a comprehensive information service to VCSE sector and other
stakeholders on a range of issues relevant to the sector.
• VCSE sector has demonstrated improved engagement/influence on strategies and 
plans.
Investment & 
Voscur
£375,760.00
£228,820.00
31/03/2014
NH
Infrastructure Support
• Groups benefit from improved co‐ordination and increased strategic and 
Grants
collaborative activities.
• Increased effectiveness of individuals and organisations working to promote 
cohesion and integration at neighbourhood level and/or with marginalised groups 
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and equalities communities of interest
Improved capacity and robustness of the 'social care and health' related voluntary 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
VOSCUR
£31,149.43
In review
31/03/2014
H&SC
VCS infrastructure service
sector – better informed, able to engage in commissioning, ensuring that the VCS 
£50,000
Commissioning
has a voice and relationship with H&SC.
420
Voscur  
£20,000.00
‐£7,000.00
31/03/2014
Shamim Baloo
CYPS
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Creative producers summer school, media literacy programme (5 workshops 
involving 150 students), 5 Collaborations with community/activist groups eg. Afrika 
More than 
Eye, 5 collaborations with other key Bristol arts organisations to move audiences 
Watershed
£98,950
£0
31st March 2012
Louise Baker
CD
Arts Services
£1,000,000
across artforms and venues, represent Watershed and Bristol at 10 national and 
international conferences, provide strategic support and development for culture in 
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Bristol.
• Disabled people from all sectors of the community able to access DIAS
• By receiving information about disability issues, Service Users are assisted to 
receive full benefit entitlement. This will improve the life chances and quality of life 
Investment & 
WECIL
£56,350.00
‐£4,250.00
31/03/2012
NH
Direct Services
and lessen isolation for the claimant, and increase spending power for the claimant, 
Grants
which will contribute to the local economy.
• Service users more able to make informed choices
• Service users signposted to relevant services
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WECIL
£42,000.00
‐£42,179.00
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£1,000,000
a) Raising awareness of disablist hate crime, the support available and the reporting 
process amongst organisations and individuals in Bristol.  This will be targeted 
towards groups identified by DICE and stakeholders.
b) Enhance partnership activity and community engagement (this could include 
support through strategic meetings).
£500,000 ‐ 
WECIL
£41,200.00
‐£3,800.00
31/03/2012
Safer Bristol
NH
Supporting victims of disabilist hate crime
c) Disabled People feel well supported if they seek help
£1,000,000
d) Service Providers, including the Police, feel better informed in how to deal with 
disablism 
e) Clear and accurate statistical information is available in Bristol relating to disablist 
hate crime(via partnership working with Safer Bristol and their city‐wide 'Strategic 
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Partnership Against Hate Crime')
Individual budgets/Direct Payments support 
WECIL (now spot 
Strategic 
1. PBs – greater independence, greater sustainability of personal budgets/direct 
£343,382.04
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
service, advocacy service, Disability 
purchased so saving)
Commissioning
payments use, improved social inclusion, greater autonomy/control/choice. 
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Advice/Information service
More than 
WECIL/Youth & Play
£37,000.00
‐£38,000.00
31/03/2012
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CYPS
Short Breaks for Disabled Children (Aiming High) 
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£1,000,000
2. Advocacy – Better engagement with the H&SC Care Management processes, 
greater meeting of social care need, improved independence, having a 'voice' 
Strategic 
through the assessment/care management process.3. DIAS – Greater take‐up of 
Wicklea Lunch Club
Up to £5,000
£669.55
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
Lunch club
Commissioning
benefits, income maximisation, greater autonomy, increased independence, 
improved ability to get needs met through connection with social security benefits 
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and associated funding, gaining paid employment
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
William Sutton Trust 
Up to £5,000
£5,783.69
£0.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
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• Local people, groups and other users will have access to a well managed resource 
as a focus for social and community activity, training, education and support. Where 
appropriate, individuals and groups will be able to access WHCF expertise and 
support.
• To increase client and user confidence as they learn new skills or re‐learn forgotten
Investment & 
ones thereby enhancing the contribution to the immediate and wider community 
Windmill Hill City Farm
£32,550.00
‐£2,450.00
31/03/2012
NH
Engagement
Grants
made by individuals and facilitating social inclusion.Clients and users will be able to 
access knowledge and services on‐line thereby becoming able to participate in civic 
life via, for example, e‐government services.
• 30 individuals will be offered the opportunity to gain experience, references for 
employment purposes, and to gain the skills and knowledge to improve their 
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employment prospects.
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Windmill Hill City Farm
£84,662.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
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CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
1. (employment support) Provide support towards obtaining paid employment; work
Mental health support towards employment, 
experience, supported volunteering; advice/support on jobsearch skills. 2. (OP day 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Windmill Hill City Farm
£44,557.70
In review
31/03/2011
H&SC
learning difficulties work experience, older 
centre) Reduce social isolation; provide a structured day; provide opportunity for 
£50,000
Commissioning
people's day resource
monitoring health/self‐management; provide activity programme; provide support 
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for carers.
High aspirations and a positive attitude to school and learning, with raised
confidence in their academic achievements.
A personal and educational development 
Strengthened home learning environments and increased parental confidence in 
Hadassah 
programme targeting minority ethnic students.  their child's future.
Windsor Fellowship
£37,000.00
£0.00
31/07/2012
CYPS
Radway
10 one day seminars and 6 workshops for 
Successful transitions into and within the education system.
parents
Increased resilience and self‐identify.
Positively influence the culture and practice of mainstream schools to achieve long‐
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term improvements in 'narrowing the gap'.
The target is for at least 172 women to be engaged across these 3 areas. Details of
£100,000 ‐ 
Domestic violence support for clients
WISH
£960,088.00
‐£3,800.00
30/09/2011
Safer Bristol
NH
how many people and from what area engaged will be provided at the end of this 
£250,000
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1. (Helpline) Support to remain well; to stay out of hospital for longer; reduced need 
£20,000 ‐ 
Strategic 
Telephone helpline and counselling service for  for admission in a crisis; reduced need for statutory services, reduction in suicide 
Womankind
£40,143.19
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women with mental health 
ideation. 2. Counselling ‐ Improved mental health, improved ability to function in the
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Substance 
Working Links
not available
£50,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Misuse Team, 
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Tree
Copy of contract available on request.
Safer Bristol
436
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Young Bristol
£101,212.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
Young Bristol
£9,895.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Fast Forward Music Studios Project
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Young Mothers Group 
£100,000 ‐ 
All outcomes recorded for 14 outcomes (based on Have economic well‐being; Enjoy 
£121,134.00
‐£13,594.00
31/03/2012
SP Team
H&SC
Housing‐related support for vulnerable people
Trust Ltd
£250,000
and achieve; Be healthy; Stay safe; Make a positive contribution)
439
Youth Housing Projects ‐ 
£3,783.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
440
BCC
Service delivery to children aged 8‐12 and young
Youth Moves
£44,425.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Billy Forsythe
CYPS
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people aged 13‐19
Youth Moves
£8,100.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Detatched work in S2 and S4
442
Youth Moves
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Eagle House ‐ Reducing ASB Football Project
443
Youth Moves
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Girls and Young Womens self defence
444
Youth Moves
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Music Project
445
Youth Moves 
£3,000.00
£0.00
31/03/2012
Kanwal Dhillon
CYPS
Mini club
446
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