Councillor Sam Davey

Party: Labour

Ward: Stoke

Other councillors representing this Ward:

Contact information

Mobile:  07880040076

Email:  sam.davey@plymouth.gov.uk

Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 04/05/2012 - 09/05/2016
  • 09/05/2016 - 06/05/2021

Additional Information

 

 

 

Community Grants 2020/21

Description

Amount  

Jun-20

£1,250.00

To support Stoke Damerel Pre-School with equipment to help them deal with the challenges of Covid. Items including tables, fencing and paving for the garden area.

£250.00

To enable Motor Neurone Disease to continue providing a level of support and equipment needed for patients and carers living in Plymouth.

£250.00

To support Adrenalin Devon Junior Minor League Crowdfunder that provides football opportunities for young people aged 6 - 18 years in the City of Plymouth.

£500.00

To support Trevi House with items required for Covid-19 related equipment and resources for their work they do with vulnerable women in the city.

£250.00

Aug-20

£100.00

To support Plymouth Vineyard with the pop-up Uniform Store Plymouth project with the purchase of vital equipment to get children ready for school such as pencil cases, water bottles as well as the cost of running the project which involves washing, printing and ironing equipment. This will hugely benefit families who have been struggling in Plymouth.

£100.00

Grand Total

£1,350.00

 

 

 

Community Grants 2019/20

Description

Amount

Jul-19

 

To support Phoenix Choral which is a Plymouth based choir, who also run workshops for singers and young people. The grant will provide music and equipment for the choir.

£250.00

To Support the community garden at St Mary's church hall with garden furniture and plants for the visitors to the district centre to enjoy.

£200.00

Aug-19

 

To support Dash of Silver local cancer Charity with the purchase of items included in the care packs for the patients receiving treatment for testicular cancer at Derriford Hospital.

£250.00

To support the Plymouth Music Accord with the cost of extending the Tuition Project into Primary schools to help young musicians aspiring to following a career in music within Plymouth.

£250.00

To support the Plymouth Respect Festival 2019, bringing the city's diverse communities together to celebrate our differences and commonalities through, music, food and dance.

£250.00

To Support the Prysten House Development Project with the fabrics and materials needed for the quilting project which is a community event exhibited to the public in St Andrew's Minster as part of the Mayflower celebrations.

£250.00

To support with the upgrade of the Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team's vehicle which will be of benefit to all residents of Plymouth and visitors to Dartmoor.

£250.00

Oct-19

 

Defibrillator for Plymouth Petanque Club

£125.00

Feb-20

 

Educational materials and handouts used in school visits for the Plymouth Centre for Faiths and Cultural Diversity

£350.00

To help with buying of all signage, cones, safety equipment, timing devices etc for the Central Park Run in Plymouth. This is a weekly event where the residents of Plymouth run 5K though Central Park.

£700.00

Mar-20

 

To contribute towards START - Cultural kitchen. Providing a safe place where students and refugees can cook and share food, play games and do activities together. 

£625.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grants 2018/19

Description

Amount

Jun-18

 

To provide new exercise mats for Ford Gym which is being refurbished.

£250.00

Aug-18

 

To provide a contribution towards a shed for the Swarthmore Allotments

£250.00

B Company Devon Cadet Force - To provide funding for banners to be used at events

£250.00

Queensdock Ukulele Group:  Part of Plymouth Ukulele Players, the QUG perform for charities and at Residential Homes etc.  The funding will go toward music stands, printing of song books and word sheets.

£250.00

To assist Plymouth Amateur Rowing Club with maintenance and repairs of equipment.

£250.00

To support the Beach Rangers project run by the Marine Biological Association to provide sessions for groups of Adults and Children to learn about and conserve marine wildlife on the shores and beaches around Plymouth. 

£250.00

Sep-18

 

Defibrillator for Victoria Park

£200.00

Nov-18

 

To provide funding to help with setting up and running 'The Haven' in Stonehouse Barracks as a drop in point for Marines and their families

£250.00

Soapbox Children's Theatre: Stiltskin Arts & Theatre Co CIC:  theatre and performing arts projects for children based in Devonport Park.  The grant will help provide stage and theatre equipment.

£250.00

Dec-18

 

To help provide stage and theatre equipment to the City of Plymouth Theatre Company in the Stoke Ward

£250.00

To fund sports equipment for the Special Olympics Plymouth & District in the Stoke Ward.

£300.00

Jan-19

 

To contribute towards the cost of renovating historic Naval graves and Memorials in Ford Park Cemetery with the Royal Navy Association.

£250.00

Feb-19

 

To support the South West Philharmonic and Choir with their membership and workshops for young musicians across Plymouth.

£250.00

Mar-19

 

To contribute toward the "Tea with a Twist" event that is a regular intergenerational, social dance.    

£250.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grants 2017/18

Description

Amount

Aug-17

 

Young Devon, Children in Care Award

£300.00

St Levan Neighbourhood Watch:  To pay for printing of Newsletters and to help with costs of Winter event in the park, involving local residents and schoolchildren. 

£500.00

Stoke Traders and Residents Association:  To help with cost of summer and winter events in the park.  For benefit of local residents and children.

£500.00

Engage Church, St Levan Road: Help with installation cost of audio induction loop for those who use hearing aids.  The church building is used by many local non-religious groups and in order that those with hearing aids can fully participate in activities the church management board are looking to fit a loop system. 

£400.00

Friends of Devonport Park:  To go towards cost of providing a defibrillator in the cafe at the park.  This will benefit visitors to the park, and may well save lives.

£300.00

Sep-17

 

Plymouth Storm - Promotion of Wheelchair Basketball

£250.00

Stoke Damerel Community College:  Young Carers Group.  To provide funding for "fun" activities for children/young people at the school who have caring responsibilities at home.  There is a special club .trust which provides in and out-of-school activities for the 100+ pupils who have been identified as child carers.

£500.00

Oct-17

 

20th Devonport Girl Guides: This Guide group meets at Stoke Methodist Church. The funding will help to pay for camping gear, which the guides use on their various trips.

£250.00

Dec-17

 

Ford Youth & Community Gym to continue to provide free access to young people to gym activities on Monday and Wednesday evenings.

£250.00

Feb-18

 

Ford Family Group: non-denominational group based at St Marks church, Ford.  Provides a place for children and parents to meet up, play, cook and eat. Funding will provide further resources for play equipment and cooking utensils.

£250.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grant Scheme 2016/17

Description

Amount

Christmas Party for Children in Care

£100.00

Eat well be well project. Healthy food and meals to local residents.  It is run in association with North Prospect Community Learning and Keyham Green Places.  The grant will go towards ingredients cost, demonstrators' expenses and also to help with advertising/marketing material.

£250.00

Ford Primary School: To help with the cost of providing a week of outdoor activities for pupils at the school during the summer. This will subsidise the cost for pupils whose parents are on limited means.

£500.00

Handball equipment for use by youth players

£250.00

NORTH PROSPECT COMMUNITY LEARNING
In particular this grant would help both young and old people that are unemployed and looking for work and help tackle unemployment and its impacts in our deprived neighbourhood.

£400.00

Plymouth Deaf Association: Blake Lodge Community Project: to help with costs of project which is providing improved community access to BSL resources in Blake Lodge.  This is helping people across the city and in Stoke Ward.

£300.00

Pride in Plymouth refugee support project

£250.00

Special Olympics Plymouth & District:  to help with the cost of sending 40 athletes and helpers to the summer games at Sheffield. The athletes come from across the city including Stoke Ward

£500.00

Stoke Damerel Church:  The church has expanded the community use of and access to the church building.  The increased use necessitates an upgrade to the fire alarm system.  This grant will help towards the cost of that upgrade. 

£400.00

this provides educational events and activities throughout the year for young people from  across Plymouth

£250.00

You Can Do It Achievement Awards for looked after children

£300.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grant Scheme 2015/16

Description

Amount

Humanities History Field trip to WW1 battlefield – help for students from low income families

£500

You Can do It Achievement Awards Ceremony 2015 (joint application with Councillors)

£300

Grant to Young Writers Squad based at Plymstock Library to help improve creative writing skills (joint application with Councillors Jon Taylor £200 & Jarvis £200)

£100

Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas events organised by Stoke Youth Community Centre

£500

Grant to provide funding for one to one interviews with residents in PL2 to assess and signpost them to relevant social/health and educational provision

£500

About Time based at Stoke Damarell Church to provide meals & advice to refugees & asylum seekers

£650

Engage Church Quilting Group – materials to make quilts for charities

£250

Landscape architectural feasibility study at Blockhouse Park (joint application with Councillor P Davey £500)

£500

Small gardening projects in Stoke

£200

 

 

 

Community Grants 2014/15

You Can Do It Achievement Awards (joint application with Councillors)                   

£300

ADAPT Youth Dance

£750

Pilgrim Amateur Boxing Club – New training equipment

£250

Grant to help provide Pop Up Café at Stoke Damarell Church (joint application with Councillors P Davey £333 & Sparling £334)

£333

Plymouth Ukulele Players – help towards a PA/Sound system

£364

Replanting of trees to replaced diseased tree

£746

Funding towards travel costs for entrants in sporting events for people with disabilities

£750

Blockhouse Park Wildflower Meadow & Community Orchard (joint application with Councillors P Davey £267 & Sparling £567)

£7