Councillor Jemima Laing

Title: Cabinet Member for Children and Young People

Party: Labour

Ward: Stoke

Other councillors representing this Ward:

Contact information

Correspondence address: 
Council House
Plymouth City Council
Armada Way
Plymouth
PL1 2AA

Email:  Jemima.Laing@plymouth.gov.uk

Mobile:  07876 367569

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Committee appointments

Term of Office

  • 27/07/2018 -

Additional Information

 

 

 

Community Grants 2020/21

Description

Amount  

Jun-20

£1,350.00

To support the Real Ideas Organisation with the 'Let's Create Art Packs' project run by RIO to deliver crafting materials to vulnerable families across the city. Packs include pencils, paper, glue and more.

£350.00

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.

£500.00

To support the Beyond Face core team so that can continue to deliver and support the young people, artists and communities they work with. Their work is vital to ensuring that the South West Arts ecology comes back stronger on the other side of the Covid-19 crisis and that the voices of the Black, Asian and Ethnic Minorities are not erased.

£500.00

Jul-20

£800.00

To Support BASICS Devon, to contribute towards the cost of a volunteer responder and help reduce the strain on the ambulance service. Help reduce response times, reach vulnerable communities faster and save lives.

£100.00

To support with the purchase of a new kit for the Chaddlewood Miners A.F.C, to which have a large volume of young players from the Stoke ward.

£350.00

To donate to the Crowdfunding page - Jack Leslie Statue Campaign.

£100.00

To replace materials being used to maintain the garden at The Kintsugi Project CIC to which have been stolen.

£250.00

Aug-20

£550.00

To support with the programme Healthy Mind Holiday Camps which are led by Artherne CIC who recognises the importance of having physical health and mental health balance and supported equally in order to help people to thrive. These camps ensure that children and young adults can the help they need easily.

£200.00

To support Victoria Park Community Project with a contribution towards the purchase of fencing, seeds and plants which will encourage wildlife to Victoria Park, benefitting the park users.

£200.00

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.

£150.00

Grand Total

£2,700.00

 

 

 

Community Grants 2019/20

Description

Amount

Jun - 19

 

Plymouth Pride 2019 Crowdfunder. http://https//www.crowdfunder.co.uk/plymouth-pride-2028

£150.00

Jul -19

 

Special Olympics 2019 as part of the Mayflower 400 celebrations

£200.00

Stiltskin Arts & Theatre Company- To install an emergency pull cord alarm in their new disabled toilet.

£100.00

Aug - 19

 

To support with providing the Managers of the Railway Beacon YFC with First Aid training.

£256.00

Respect Festival 14th September 2019 - the event's 21st birthday party, bringing the city's diverse communities together to celebrate our differences and commonalities through, music, food and dance.

£250.00

To stage a Mayflower 400 event in the Minster Church of St Andrew. Funds will go towards staging the
event

£200.00

Sept - 19

 

To support North Plymouth Youth Project with purchasing of food and practical cooking utensils to enable them to provide support and guidance around parenting, personal emotional and practical support for parents with young children.

£250.00

Oct - 19

 

Defibrillator for Plymouth Petanque Club

£125.00

Jan - 20

 

To provide support with the purchase of wooden kitchen equipment for the toddlers to enjoy at the toddler group in the Stoke ward.

£250.00

To contribute towards the hire of a venue for Respect Festival

£250.00

Feb - 20

 

To support Operation Emotion's weekly support group and educational programmes for adult male survivors of sexual abuse in Plymouth.

£100.00

Care leavers party facilitated by Eat that Frog.

£250.00

To contribute to the cost of a minibus for Stuart Road Primary School

£250.00

Support Central Park Parkrun by providing start-up funding and make the event accessible to all whilst promoting health and wellbeing.

£200.00

Money to provide books for a pupil reward scheme

£450.00

This is a contribution towards the cost of topsoil for the Rectory Residents Communal Garden area. The residents of the Rectory Road area will largely be the beneficiaries

£168.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grants Scheme 2018/19

Description

Amount

Aug-18

 

To provide a contribution towards a shed for the Swarthmore Allotments

£250.00

Nov-18

 

Contribution towards a gate as part of the community project by Rectory Residents Association Stoke Ward.

£500.00

To contribute towards the Snapdragons project in the Stoke Ward.

£250.00

Jan-19

 

To provide funds to the Annual Fostering Awards of Excellence on 01/03/2019.

£150.00

To contribute towards providing portaloos at the St Levan Park Community Fun Day in July.

£300.00

Feb-19

 

To help St Keyham Scout Group develop a formally unused and overgrown area in their grounds into an outdoor classroom with artificial grass and extended canopy.

£300.00

Mar-19

 

 To the Stoke Traders and Residents Association towards the costs of their summer fun day.

£500.00

To help St Barnabas on Albert Road in Stoke buy a fridge freezer for storing food they provide on Open Church Tuesdays.

£350.00

Exim Dance Company to support their female youth dance provision programme for those aged between 12-16 years. The groups have been set up for young girls that suffer from social isolation, mental health, lack of confidence, deprivation and disadvantaged backgrounds and to increase community activities in the chosen areas. The programme seeks to provide them with a safe space to come together weekly, build on confidence, leadership and employability skills and to partake in accredited dance leaderships courses.

£500.00

Support the Platform 50 Crowd funder.

£400.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00