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- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 30 Mar 2015
Gala Day 01 Apr 2004
This community group support the residents in the area and will use an award to hold a gala day which will also be offering advice, information and opportunities in the area. birds of prey display, insurance, marquee, flooring, advertising and local jazz band
Studio Update 01 Apr 2004
This group provide a ward visiting service to collect requests for patients. They will use the award to update and refurbish their studio. computerised playout system and software
Football 01 Apr 2004
This group promotes the sport of football in its area. The award means they can set up a girls under 9's team, two under 7's teams and purchase new kit for 2 of their existing teams. They will also be able to send new managers for these teams on training courses and stock up their club library with new books.. strips and equipment for various teams, coaching courses, child protection courses, police checks, coaching books/videos.
Launch day 01 Apr 2004
Older people will be encouraged to undertake more physical activity and find fun in different forms of activity at a day that will include information, taster sessions and opportunities for group discussion. HVA will also provide follow up sessions to the day to help participants develop new habits of physical activity.
After School Sports Club and Coaching 01 Apr 2004
A new out of hours sports club will be set up to introduce children and their parents to a range of multi sports including, fitness training, athletics, kwik cricket, tag and junior rugby, basketball, football, netball, baseball and tennis.
Woodcraft Curriculum Development 01 Apr 2004
A consultant will be employed to develop a curriculum for all ages of Woodcraft Folk. It will include knowledge of fire building, shelter construction, crafting wood, camp fires, flora and fauna identification, knots and health and safety. A dedicated website will be launched in conjunction with this curriculum, enabling all youth leaders free access to the material. Basic equipment will be provided so all activities to be on the curriculum can take place.
Start up costs 01 Apr 2004
A kindergarten will be established with places for up to 16 children aged 3 - 5 years. This kindergarten will encourage skill development following the educational principles of Rudolph Steiner.
Able access project 01 Apr 2004
A new website will be established to provide information and advice on issues relating to disabled people including the provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act and other information relevant to older people and their carers.
Educational outreach work 01 Apr 2004
The 2004 festival will increase its focus on young people, providing them with opportunities to learn about music and the wider arts. Local school pupils will be encouraged to become involved in the administration, learning about structuring a festival and working together. Composers will work with school pupils to provide works to perform at the festival and all local school pupils will be invited to attend festival events free of charge.
Access Path 01 Apr 2004
This women's institute promote issues associated with rural life, arts and crafts and science, they will use an award to improve access to their hall by re-laying a pathway which will also have lighting and handrails. access path
Video 02 Apr 2004
The organisation aims to enhance the town environment, promote cultural activities and encourage tourism. The project is to produce a video recording the activities of daily life in the burgh and comparing them with the last recording made ten years ago. This will include farming, industry, tourism, schools, religions and a wide range of organisations. The award is for a video camera, editing programme, tapes and lighting.
Outings 02 Apr 2004
This group was formed to bring the community together and to provide community activities. The award will be used for a series of outings. visits to Lightwater Valley, Sunderland Empire and Beamish Museum.
Purple Emperor Project. 02 Apr 2004
This group aims to raise awareness of the beauty and variety of butterflies and moths in Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. The project is to encourage local people to visit Fermyn Woods and other Northamptonshire woods to record Purple Emperor and other species. Leaflets will be distributed to raise awareness and help identification. The group will also undertake survey work with results being publicised later in the year.
Soft play room 02 Apr 2004
Group provide care for children and respite for partners of members of the Armed Forces. This project will create a soft play area for children including those with special needs to develop gross motor skills and early learning skills in a safe environment. The award is for soft play equipment and a ball pool.
Projector and laptop 02 Apr 2004
This association offers instruction courses for new referees and continuation training for existing referees. The award will provide a laptop and projector to enhance the training sessions for all. The award is for a projector and a laptop.
presentation equipment 02 Apr 2004
This group provides support, information and advice to renal patients and their carers. The award will be used to purchase equipment that will improve the quality of presentations given by the group. laptop, projector, stand, software, disks and accessories
Table tennis club 02 Apr 2004
The school plans to run an after school table tennis club twice a week. Qualified coaches will be used and teachers will receive coach training. The award is for tables, nets, bats, balls, coach education, coach fees and Dunlop Skills awards.