THE National Lottery's Community Fund has revealed it has given £56,000 has been awarded to six organisations in Pendle over the last three months.

The cash is spilt across voluntary groups and charities.

The Woodend Mining Museum Limited has received £10,000 to replace the existing dirt track with a tarmac road.with the aim of improving access to the site and to make the site entrance more obvious.

The Greenfield Arts Centre CIC was given £9,990 for a project to provide the local community with the skills to cook and budget for themselves.

Migrants Wellbeing Association Lancashire received £9,980 towards researchers,a consultation open day, a business plan and running costs.

Colne Citadel was given £9,545 to deliver one-to-one confidential talking therapy

The Lancashire Amateur Sports Club received £9,150 from the lottery fund to deliver a programme of exercise activities supporting young people at risk of engaging in anti-social behaviour and criminal activities.

Bodies in Motion (Pendle) Ltd has been given £9,000 to run cricket sessions for 'lads and dads'.

Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson said: “I am delighted. People use this funding to do extraordinary things."