- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 02 May 2002
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2017
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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Heroes Return 06 Apr 2004
The 52nd Lowland Division Reconnaissance Regiment has been awarded a grant to 16 Second World War veterans, 5 widows, 2 spouses and 9 carers. The gant will pay towards the travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland & Belgium in the month of April this year.
Funding will be used to provide sports and playground markings at this Accrington school, plus fencing, a decking 'stage', and a bench. The project will promote physical activity amongst the children and wider community, and increase standards across the curriculum. Activities will include mini-volleyball, football, netball, short-tennis, and other playground games. Users will consist of 207 from the school, 30 from other schools, and 30 wider community.
Blacon High School - New storage room 19 Apr 2004
This funding will allow the school to build an extension to the sports hall, providing additional storage space for PE equipment. The project will increase the quality of the learning environment and increase the availability of sports on offer to pupils and the community. 612 pupils from Blacon High School and 1000 pupils from partner primary schools will benefit from the improved PE space and over 800 community users will also have access to the improved facilities.
St. Wilfrid's Catholic High School 19 Apr 2004
Sefton Council will upgrade the changing facilities at St Wilfrid's Catholic High School to improve both the quantity and quality of sporting provision and to positively impact on the number of pupils attending extra-curricular activities. The project involves refurbishing two changing rooms currently designated as specific boys and girls changing rooms to be suitable for either male or female use. It will benefit the 1,000 pupils at the school, 300 students from local primaries and 200 staff and partners.
Meols Cop High School 19 Apr 2004
Sefton Council will upgrade the changing facilities at Meols Cop High School, Southport in order to provide an improved environment. This is part of a wider programme to encourage the take-up of after school activities. It will benefit 600 pupils from the school, 200 from other schools and 800 members of the wider community. The improvements will include a new wall, floor and ceiling to the girl's and boys changing rooms/shower areas and new individual shower cubicles in place of communal showers.
Lanehead Outdoor Centre - Centre Refurbishment 19 Apr 2004
The project will refurbish the Lanehead Outdoor Education Centre in Coniston. The Centre is owned by the four authorities in the former county of Cleveland and provides outdoor education courses and training for their schools. The project will improve the bedrooms, the washing and showering facilities, and the drying facilities for activity equipment. It will also improve disability access to the building, create accommodation for disabled users, as well as a new garage and indoor activity area.
Kingsdown High School - Floodlit MUGA 19 Apr 2004
This project will create a fenced, floodlit multi-use games area at Kingsdown High School, in Norley. This will tackle existing barriers to participation and lead to increased use of various school sports facilities. It will also support the development of focus sports such as school soccer, rugby, tennis and hockey, and increase the range of sports available. This will benefit 500 Kingsdown High School pupils, 300 primary school pupils and 200 wider community users.
Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council will renovate and modify the Castleshaw Centre, the LEA's Outdoor and Environmental Education Service. The facilities will be improved to enable a range of day and residential courses that will be offered to all schools in the borough as well as community groups. The project aims to benefit 11,000 school pupils and 2,000 members of the local community, who will receive an improved provision for outdoor and adventure activities, including rock climbing.
Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council will provide new changing facilities, together with drainage and pitch development, to create two junior football pitches at Castleton Primary School. The facility will support football, rugby league and rugby union, athletics, rounders and archery. This will provide enhanced opportunities for 300 pupils from the school, 200 pupils from other local primary schools and 3,000 community visits.
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Liverpool has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Normandy in May of this year Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Cheshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Sicily in May of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Blackburn has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Normandy in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Merseyside has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Monte Cassino Italy in month of May 2004. The grant will pay for travel costs.
Planting and Seating 27 Apr 2004
This group, specifically catering for older people, aims to improve people's quality of life by providing social and recreational activities. It will now improve its outdoor garden area to add further planting and seating. By having the additional outdoor resources the older residents, many of whom are disabled and unable to partake in normally social activities, will gain pleasure from a change in their normal viewing/garden environment which will improve their quality of life.
Improved Equipment for Larger Screenings 27 Apr 2004
This film and video making society makes documentaries of local and historical interest and also produces dramas, comedies and videos for educational and instructional purposes. With additional equipment it will be ale to show its productions to larger groups of people. At present the group borrows equipment from members and can only use TV as a medium for viewing which restricts audiences.
HARP - Cafe 27 Apr 2004
HARP will use this award to allow people with mental health needs who work at the Harp cafe to take part in social activities such as walking, swimming, going to the cinema, visiting the theatre. The group feels that this will help the people to improve their self esteem and their social networking. This will also help to improve the quality of life for the participants. mini bus hire x 10, petrol, tickets for cinema, other activites, refreshments.
Outward bound course 27 Apr 2004
The group provide the youth with a place to grow and develop, understand the benefits of respect, teamwork and friendship in a safe and caring environment. It will use the grant to take 12 young people on a weeks outward bound course at the Lakeside YMCA. It will promote teamwork, respect and communication, enabling individuals to build confidence, self esteem and own abilities. a 5 day YMCA course and lodging fro 12 youths and a 5 day YMCA course and lodging for 4 staff.
Adventure Play Area 27 Apr 2004
This school is re-developing the site, including work to the playground. This award will fund the costs of creating an outdoor adventure playground, for use by the pupils of the school, and younger children attending the private nursery on the same site. Children from the surrounding villages will be able to use the equipment outside for school hours. play/adventure equipment, surfacing, edging and fencing.
Sporting Activities 27 Apr 2004
The school will promote sporting participation to all its pupils via after school sports provision. It will encourage volunteers to attend training courses to enable them to assist with the delivery of the sessions and initially bring in qualified coaches to teach the children rugby, tennis, athletics, basketball and football skills. The school will form links with local clubs through the coaches that will be carrying out the initial training.
Tennis Coaching in High/Special Schools 27 Apr 2004
This award will be used to work with special schools providing opportunities for young disabled people in particular a school with a deaf unit to take part in tennis. The sessions will be run by a qualified coach and their will be a support signer to help both the children and the coach to communicate. contribution towards the coaching costs, support signer, equipment, coach education and development, storage equipment.