More than half a million pounds has been awarded to community projects in Cornwall by the National Lottery, including in Falmouth, Truro and Penzance.

Cultivate Cornwall CIC, based on the Penryn campus, received the largest sum of £122,000 for its TeX - Textiles with a Difference project bringing people together through an interest in textiles.

Pop Up Penzance CIC based received £45,000 for its Penzance Youth Market, giving young people the chance to plan, develop, organise, run and evaluate a series of seasonal youth markets in the town.

Grants of £10,000 have gone to Camborne's Cornwall Deaf Community Centre for an outreach and support worker, Carleen Village Hall to install outdoor fitness equipment, Truro and Falmouth charity Pants to create an exercise facility for people living with cancer, Weeth Primary School in Camborne for an all-weather surface for outdoor play for the whole community, Marias Animal Shelter in Probus to improve access for visitors and 4Social CIC in Camborne to run social media and digital technology workshops for young people.

Also receiving £10,000 are Pool-based Cornwall Photography CIC to deliver photography and multi-media workshops to disadvantaged young people, Inspiring Women's Network's Roots project in Truro providing activities and events for isolated women and Whole Again Communities for the Repair Café in Penzance.

Pool-registered Offender Help International CIC gets £9,998 to deliver an online rehabilitation programme to ex-offenders, Cornwall School for Social Entrepreneurs ££9,958 for entrepreneurial workshops for young people, Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council £9,948 to replace flooring and equipment at Reawla Community Hall and Falmouth's Dracaena Centre £9,930 to offer weekly drop in sessions for young people.

Safe Haven Cornwall gets £9,892 to run activities and recruit a support worker for people from the transgender community, Cornwool Craftivista CIC £9,750 for a community crafts project in Falmouth, St Agnes Methodist Church £9,700 for The Zone youth sessions, Creative Connections £9,700 for arts and crafts workshops in Truro, Cornwall Music Therapy Trust £9,250 to provide music therapy sessions to disadvantaged children.

Cornwall Befriending Services in Truro gets £9,160 to provide one to one counselling and debt advice for people with poor mental health, BF Adventure near Penryn £8,682 to provide outdoor activities for young people living with mental ill health, Munchkins Nursery at Threemilestone £8,115 for IT equipment and Penzance's Golowan Festival CIC £5,000 for creative workshops.