Who got what and how they'll spend it.HERE is a breakdown of all the Teesside clubs that have benefited, how much they will receive and what it will be spent on: Norton and Stockton Ancients Football Club received pounds 49,000 to replace three of the courts on a currently unused tennis facility. The new courts will be used for training mini-soccer and the introduction of a girls' academy.
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Saltburn Cricket, Bowls and Tennis Cub received pounds 38,118 to install a new three-bay cricket practice facility. It will be built on under-utilised land, bringing it into sporting use.
Yarm Squash Club was awarded pounds 34,952 to fund the modernisation of its facilities, including its changing rooms
Scaling Dam Sailing Club, in Saltburn, was given pounds 50,000 to expand storage facilities. The new facility will house the increasing amount of equipment required by existing and additional members, including disabled people and other groups.
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The borough of Stockton-on-Tees Cricket Club was awarded pounds 46,134 to develop land adjacent to the cricket outfield. The money will be used to support the provision of football on the site, new storage facilities, upgrades to the cricket square and the development of a training and practice area.
Yarm Cricket Club received pounds 49,708 towards the upgrade of the current cricket pavilion. There will be upgrades to the changing rooms, more showers and toilets, disabled facilities, an umpire's changing room changing room n (BRIT) → vestuario
changing room change n (Brit) (in shop) → salon m d'essayage: (Sport) → and a new kitchen.
Norton Bowling Club, in Stockton, was given pounds 21,690 to improve access for disabled bowls players and players with less mobility. upgrades will be made to the rink surrounds and ditch.
Guisborough Sea Cadets received pounds 42,296 to refurbish re·fur·bish
tr.v. re·fur·bished, re·fur·bish·ing, re·fur·bish·es
To make clean, bright, or fresh again; renovate.
re·fur its facilities. Other additions will include a new boiler system, two new shower and changing rooms, new toilets and roof insulation.
Guisborough Rugby Football Union Club was awarded pounds 50,000 to merge four changing rooms and shower areas to create four new changing and shower rooms each with appropriate toilet facilities.
Smiths Dock Bowls Club, in Middlesbrough, was given pounds 36,451 to replace the pavilion roof. Other improvements include a new fence and installation of an all-weather short bowls area.