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Funding for North East clubs

Almost two million pounds worth of National Lottery funding is being awarded to sports groups across the North East and Cumbria.

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Lottery funding for North East sports clubs

Nearly two million pounds worth of funding has been awarded to sports projects across the region to improve facilities, create new sporting venues and give better access to local clubs.

The full list of clubs benefitting in the North East is as follows:

  • Hartlepool Cricket Club - £49,929
  • Riding Mill Tennis Club- £38,915
  • Newbiggin Golf Club - £50,000
  • Derwenthaugh Boat Station - £50,000
  • Haltwhistle Town Council - £50,000
  • New Fordley Juniors F.C. - £50,000
  • Whitburn Cricket Club - £50,000
  • Rockliffe Park Cricket Club - £49,640
  • The Raw Foundation - £50,000
  • Stepney Bank Stables - £43,148
  • Norton Hockey Club - £50,000
  • Norton Squash Club - £31,152
  • Hexham Golf Club - £50,000
  • Durham City Rugby Football Club Limited - £41,667
  • King George V Bowling Club - £48,818
  • Guisborough Tennis Club - £47,457
  • Allendale Golf Club - £31,158
  • Alnmouth Village Golf Club - £50,000
  • Guisborough Cricket Club - £50,000
  • Corbridge Cricket Club - £50,000
  • Tees Rowing Club - £47,534
  • Rede, Tyne and Coquet Society - £50,000
  • New Marske Sports Club - £49,970
  • Ryton Rugby Football Club - £50,000
  • Eggleston Parish Council - £49,367
  • Loftus Cricket & Athletic Club - £50,000
  • Spennymoor Town Council - £50,000

  • Mitford Cricket Club - £50,000

  • Longfield Academy of Sport - £85,000

  • Durham County Council - £60,000

  • Sunderland City Council - £150,000

  • Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council - £150,000

  • The Hermitage academy - £150,000

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