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- Earliest award date
- 12 Dec 1996
- Latest award date
- 01 Oct 2018
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The project will use funding to create two modernised multi-use games) at Drayton Manor High School in the London Borough of Ealing. It aims to increase the number of sport and physical activity opportunities on offer to the school and its community. Beneficiaries will include 1574 pupils from Drayton Manor as well as pupils from local schools and the wider community. Activities will include netball, basketball, tennis, community sessions and holiday schemes.
Hollyfield School - Multi Use Games Area 19 Apr 2004
The project at Hollyfield secondary school will create a new fully-fenced, floodlit, multi-use games area. The court will be marked out for a range of sports, predominantly netball, basketball, tennis and five-a-side football. The facility will enhance delivery of curriculum sports and activities to 1,000 pupils and 1,000 community users. This will include new lunchtime and after school clubs, female only sessions and use by other schools and the community.
The project will build a new full-size floodlit synthetic turf pitch at Tamworth Manor Secondary School and upgrade 3 tennis courts at the local tennis club. The aims of the project are to develop and improve physical education, sport and recreation for the school and local community by actively encouraging school and club links. The new pitch will cater for hockey, football and tennis. There will be 1,200 users from Tamworth school, 1,160 from other schools and 1,400 users from the wider community.
This project will construct a new sports centre and provide an improvement to an existing multi-use games area at Leytonstone Secondary School, in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. This will include a four-court hall, a fitness suite, changing facilities, toilets, storage and an office/reception. The much needed facility will benefit 1,400 school pupils and an estimated 1,500 wider community users.
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Orpington has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Hertfordshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Tunisia in May of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
Project Merville in Twickenham has been awarded a grant towards the travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has been provide for 14 Second World War veterans, 2 widows, 7 spouses, 16 carers.
A Quite Afternoon 22 Apr 2004
This group was set up in November 2003 with the purpose of making outstanding and innovative theatre, intended to promote dialogue between the diverse cultures in the UK. The project will develop the first two performances of a theatre production that would be offered to the public at prices reflecting the needs of low income audiences. The second stage of the project would include performances in schools, accompanied by practical workshops for students based on the production.
Veterans memorial visit 22 Apr 2004
This group works for the care and welfare of Korean war veterans and their families. The group would like to take as many as possible form the remaining veterans with their carers to a special memorial for the crown veterans to be held near Birmingham. The event is being held for the first time for all regiments and due to the poor health and disabilities of the group an over night stay is planned.
Training and Information Sessions 22 Apr 2004
This group create a more cohesive and inclusive approach to welfare provision in the Jewish community. They will set up a series of training and information sessions for volunteers in welfare groups in synagogues, with no charge to the participants. Each session will have speakers from leading communal Jewish organisations, who would outline the range of services they offer.
Increase Services 22 Apr 2004
This group aims to help isolated, elderly, disabled & vulnerable residents in the Broad Green, Bensham Manor & Whitehorse Manor wards. They would like funds to increase the hours of the part-time co-ordinator, which will enable the co-ordinator more time to visit clients in their homes & give more time to the Lunch club.
Community Group Set up 22 Apr 2004
This mothers group was established up for the benefit of the Nubian community in London. They would like funds to help set up their group properly, training for their management committee members, and a cultural day to launch the group.
Training and Coaching 22 Apr 2004
This group aims to provide opportunities for women & under 18's girls to participate in the sport of rugby league in North London, and increase the number of female players, coaches & officials regardless of age, race & ability. They would like funds to provide regular training/coaching sessions, regular competitive fixtures against other London teams, & further education of staff through relevant coaching courses.
Drama Workshop 22 Apr 2004
This community theatre group are planning to run a six month tour of a drama workshop exploring the issue of violence against women by men they know to womens groups in Hackney and Tower Hamlets. Two facilitators and the director will receive training from Hackney Womens Aid on this issue.
Arts Resource Program 22 Apr 2004
This group was set up to assist Inner City Youths to fulfil their potential throgh the Airs and music. Their work inclueds advising young people on how to enter the cultural and creative industry. It is out intention to be able to offer young people positive choices.
This groups aims is to serve the needs of teh women among the ethnic communtiies in newham, the Trust provides a range of services which includes, counselling, advice on issues such as health, language, education, training, access to jobs, welfare benefits, advocacy services for the elderly and disable people; youth activities for young people; help the concerned to improve on their quality of life. Administration #600, stationeries #300, 4 tutor #2,400, creche worker #700, room hire #900
Refugees Children Film 22 Apr 2004
This group is working for the benefit of the African refugee community. They provide services in training, health awareness, racial discrimination, and in improvement the image of asylum seekers and refugees in media. With this application they seek funding for video production on refugee children that had been granted asylum in the UK.
Involment and participation of Bangladeshi Women 22 Apr 2004
This is community led voluntary organisation set up by local Bangladesh parents and families who live and work in Tower Hamlets. It aims to advance the education of those inhabitants, provide facilities for education, and improve their life conditions. With this application they seek funding to run a project that gives support for local Bangladeshi women.
This group work to improve and develop education for Russian children in the UK. The group would like to hold a celebration event to mark their first successful year of operation and to introduce Russian traditions to the local community.. The group will involve the children it teaches in performing songs and traditional dances for the local community. A school concert will also take place with children wearing specially made authentic Russian costumes and a band with play traditional Russian music.
Building Redevelopment 22 Apr 2004
This is a mother and toddler group which provide a frendly stimulating environment for parent/carers and choldren within the Newham borough. The group encourage parent/carers to participate in activities provided that will reflect the childrens means or ability.