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2013 New changing rooms at Sutherland Memorial Park  
  for Guildford Youth Project 12,000
  Additional gym equipment at Leatherhead & Dorking Gymnastics Club 31,000
  All-weather surface and new equipment for Capel Village play area 23,000
  MUGA at Kingston Meadow for East Horsley Parish Council 50,000
  New dormitory building for Girlguiding Surrey East (withdrawn) 100,000
  Re-equipment of playground at Broome Close, Headley 12,000
  New play structure at Challengers, Stoke Park 7,085
  MUGA at Queen Elizabeth Gardens, Horsell 50,000
  New community sports pavilion at Capel Cricket Club 50,000
  New 3G synthetic grass pitch at Leatherhead Youth FC 50,000
2014 Refurbishment of playground, Abinger 25,000
  Rebuilding of Charlwood Pavilion 39,800
  Construction of a skatepark on former recycling site in Brockham 45,000
  Resurfacing of the athletics track and creation of a landing area for discus and shot at Holland Sports Athletics Club 25,000
  Creation of an outdoor gym at Horley Recreation Ground 10,000
  Installation of outdoor gym equipment at Hollowdene Recreation Ground 8,000
  Complete renovation of the track, Runnymede Rockets BMX Club 50,000
  Replacement of the drainage system for Abinger Cricket Club 12,000
  Extension and refurbishment of the clubhouse at Byfleet Cricket Club 35,000
  Creation of a new kayak store and purchase of additional boats at Guildford Waterside Centre 50,000
  Creation of a new cricket pavilion and scout hut at Newdigate Cricket Club 70,000
  Refurbishment of showers and toilets at Oakwood Hill Cricket Club 5,000
2015 Towards the resurfacing of the community tennis courts in Ewhurst which will host a range of local and neighbouring residents and community clubs. (Withdrawn) 6,687
  Towards the replacement of playground equipment, surfacing and fencing at Mickleham playground, a key facility for residents of three local villages. 19,999
  Towards an automated watering system for a new outdoor bowling green at Ripley Bowling Club, which will improve the quality of participation opportunities offered by the club. 11,000
  Towards a new Girlguiding residential building in Westcott, Surrey, (replacing an expired grant previously awarded in 2013) which will support the delivery of a range of physical activity and sport participation opportunities to children of varying ages. 100,000
  Towards a new skate park at Kingston Meadow in East Horsley, for the benefit of the local community, particularly children and young people.  10,000
  Towards an accessible piazza shooting range and perimeter fencing at Guildford Archery Club. 14,441
  Towards perimeter fencing for a well-used floodlit 3G artificial turf pitch at Fullbrook School, New Haw. 10,000
  Towards a new gymnastics facility in The Bishop Wand Church of England School for Spelthorne Gymnastics, Sunbury on Thames, in order to offer a diverse range of participation opportunities for children and young people. 250,000
  Loan for the above over 10 years 200,000
  Towards the purchase and installation of an artificial cricket wicket for Claygate Cricket Club, Surrey, to enable the Club to meet capacity demand due to their expanding junior section, junior female section and Kwik cricket. 8,000
  Towards the replacement of an un-safe wall surrounding a well-used small pool on a school site in Dorking, allowing the facility to be re-opened to the public. 12,000
2016 Towards the creation of a new Inclusive Sports Facility at YMCA East Surrey's Redhill site, which will provide a wide range of fully accessible and affordable participation opportunities for people with a broad spectrum of disabilities and additional needs. 350,000
2017 Towards the development of a new Thames-side training centre in Elmbridge, Surrey, which will provide a larger, more accessible, flood-proof building which can support a variety of water-based and regular sports and physical activities for the benefit of a broad spectrum of the local community. 75,000
  Towards improvements to the indoor riding school at Casi's Farm in Cranleigh, Surrey, which will safeguard the future of one of only two Riding for the Disabled Association facilities in the county and allow the continuation and expansion of a popular riding programme which benefits people with disabilities and additional needs who otherwise would not take part in any sport and physical activity. 150,000
  Towards the redesign and refurbishment of a well-used skate park at Kingston Road Recreation Ground in Surrey to provide physical activities for older teenagers and young adults in the area. 19,999
  Towards the resurfacing of two tennis courts to enable the Bagshot & Crawley Rise Tennis Club to continue to encourage and support those who are inactive to take up tennis. 20,000
  Towards the installation of floodlights for two tennis courts at Coopers Hill in Surrey to encourage and support children and adults to participate in regular physical activity year round. 18,000
  Towards the creation of a new accessible boat house at the Staines Boat Club site in order to secure the long term future of the club and allow it to offer a wider range of water-based and land-based physical activity opportunities which get the local community involved in rowing and more active. 110,150
  Towards a clubhouse extension at West End Bowls Club in Surrey Heath to enable the club and othe local organisations to offer year round short mat bowls and a range of other low impact exercise classes aimed at getting older people from the local community more physically active. 100,000
  Towards the development of a new full size floodlit artificial turf pitch at Abbey Rangers Football Club in Addlestone, enabling a successful community football club and a new secondary school to work in partnership to offer a wide range of year-round participation opportunities to the local community, including coaching programmes for children and young people, a walking football programme aimed at physically inactive people and an expansion of the club's offer to women and girls and people with a disability. 75,000
  Towards refurbishment of an ageing clubhouse and the installation of a new accessible toliet, which will particularly support the engagement of children and young people, women and girls, and people with a disability in the club's successful cricket programme. 43,000
  Towards a new self-contained female changing room which will significantly improve the participation experience of women and girls at the club and allow the expansion of a successful female community rugby programme. 30,000
  Towards the creation of a 90km network of off road cycle trails in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to support and encourage people of all ages and ability to get active using easy to access routes free of charge, through signage of existing bridleways and byways where there is a legal right to cycle. 19,000
    £2,512,161