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£83,000 boost

PUBLISHED: 16:22 10 December 2008 | UPDATED: 11:02 12 August 2010

SEVEN primary schools, an autistic charity and a cricket club have been given lottery grants totalling more than £83,500. The money came from Awards for All, the small grants scheme administered by the Big Lottery Fund on behalf of Lottery good cause fu

SEVEN primary schools, an autistic charity and a cricket club have been given lottery grants totalling more than £83,500.

The money came from Awards for All, the small grants scheme administered by the Big Lottery Fund on behalf of Lottery good cause funders, Arts Council England, Big Lottery Fund, Heritage Lottery Fund and Sport England.

The schools which are benefiting from grants between £9,600 and £10,000 are St Anthony's Primary School in Genoa Road, Anerley; Burnt Ash Primary School, in Rangefield Road, Bromley; Oaklands Junior School in Oaklands Lane, Biggin Hill; St Vincent's Primary School in Harting Road, Mottingham; St Mark's Primary School in Aylesbury Road, Bromley, Grays Farm Primary School in Grays Farm Road, Orpington and Bickley Primary School in Nightingale Lane, Bromley.

The Old Wilsonians Cricket Club in Hayes Hill, Hayes was awarded £9,636 while autistic charity Advantage Unlimited was given £4,844.

The scheme makes awards of between £300 and £10,000 to grass-roots community groups and voluntary organisations.

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