Kingston

KINGSTON
2019 Towards improving the only clay court at Kingston Riverside Club CIC that is playable throughout the year, by levelling and resurfacing the court with a new European clay infill, encouraging more people (especially the elderly) to play tennis all year round. £12,000
2019 Towards the equipping of an outside space at Achieving for Children’s new Respite Centre at Moor Lane which will introduce and encourage disabled children and young people to become physically active and encourage peer interaction and bonding. £20,000
2019 Towards the building of a single storey, 80 square meters dedicated indoor wheelchair sports training facility for disabled athletes constructed from shipping containers.  The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames  working with Weir Archer Academy Athletics Club  established by David Weir (CBE) and Jenny Archer (MBE) as part of the 2012 Olympic Legacy, will set up a new indoor training facility on the Kingsmeadow site in Kingston upon Thames, enabling them to grow the Club and encourage more young people with disabilities to participate in physical exercise and and wheelchair based sports. £20,000
2017 Towards significant improvements to 10 dilapidated tennis courts at across 3 sites at Surbiton Racket & Fitness Club Ltd in Kingston upon Thames, bringing the courts back into regular community use through an exciting tennis programme including entry-level coaching, cardio tennis and informal 'turn up and play' sessions. £100,000
2017 Towards improvements to Woodgate Avenue Playground which will provide more stimulating and accessible play opportunities for local children and young people and support formal use by organisations such as Our Parks and Yorda Adventures who work with physically inactive target groups. £100,000
2016 Towards new floodlights at Kingston Rugby Club in Kingston to allow for the creation of a Tag-Rugby Hub in London as well as non-competitive rugby for older people, non-regular players and community partners. £19,463
2014 Extension of gym at Tolworth Gymnastics Club £125,000
2014 Improvement to play facilities at two playgrounds in the Borough £40,000
2014 Creation of a new accessible adventure playground in Subiton £15,000
2013 Replacement gym equipment at Tolworth Gymnastics Club £10,000
2013 Outdoor fitness equipment and safety fencing at Alexandra Recreation Ground £30,000
2012 Tolworth Gymnastics Club - upgrade matting and vaults area £32,000
2012 Active Kingston - community cycling track at Castle Hill Primary School £130,000
2011 St Philip's School – flooring at Boccia Centre £28,447
2010 New equipment at Tolworth Gymnastics Club £35,000
2010 All-weather tennis court, cricket wicket and golf enclosure at Dickerage Adventure Playground £45,000
2010 Life trial exercise circuit at Manor Park £30,000
2010 Health & well-being facility on Cambridge Road Estate £110,000
2009 Minima Yacht Club – toilet & showers for the disabled £10,285
2009 Multi-sports facility at Church Fields Recreation Ground £60,000
2009 Improved foam pit area & soft play equipment at Tolworth Gym £15,000
2009 New community sports centre for Khalsa Karate Confederation £100,000
2008 Upgrade community ball court at School Lane £66,513
2007 New kids playground at Cromwell Avenue Open Space £47,500
2005 MUGA at Dickerage Adventure Playground £40,000
2002 Pavilion at Dinton Road Playing Fields £50,000
2002 Kingsmeadow Athletic Stadium – Replacement pole vault bed and cover £9,500
2001 Improvements to Dinton Road Playing Fields £100,000
2001 Electronic timing equipment, Surrey County Athletic Assn £24,048
1997 Facilities for the disabled at Dickerage and Albany Adventure playgrounds £22,968
1997 Tiffin Girls School - Part cost all-weather pitch £10,000
1994 Hoops Basketball, Kingston - Re-surfacing of Outdoor Courts at Tolworth £3,500
1993 Wayfarer sailing boats at Ravens Ait. £3,835
    £1,465,046