- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 30 Mar 2015
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.
The school will use the award to run a programme of sports activities comprising football, tennis, cricket and high fives. coaching costs @ #19.55 per hour.
New Equipment 22 Apr 2004
This squadron of the ATC will buy new presentation equipment to enhance the regular training delivered by the group. It will also enable the squadron to undertake new courses and transmit some of them over the internet.
Group to send volunteers on FA approved training courses in order that the young players have appropriately qualified training.
Introductory Nature Programme 22 Apr 2004
The pre-school will run an environmental project in conjunction with the Wildlife Trust. Young children will get the chance to learn about the environment through singing, dancing and art. They will also have the opportunity to visit Wildlife Trust centres to stimulate interest in the environment. Summer, Autumn and Spring programmes will be delivered over the three pre-school terms.
Conigre Playground Renewal Group 22 Apr 2004
The Parish Council will renew and extend its playground which is 20 years old in danger of closure due to health and safety reasons. The new playground will provide a range of activities for children aged 2 - 12 years including equipment accessible for children with disabilities.
Community Music Event 22 Apr 2004
A new community music festival will be launched in Newbury this year giving local people the chance to explore and participate in a range of different musical events.
To start up a 'Creative Minds' project in June 2004 that will enable African and Caribbean adults and children an opportunity to develop and express their literary and artistic abilities through poetry, drama, dance, etc.
Brighton Rock 22 Apr 2004
A climbing wall will be installed at the local leisure centre for use by local people and community groups. This will be the only publicly accessible climbing wall in the area and will provide an additional activity for people from all backgrounds.
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.
Equipment and Expansion 22 Apr 2004
This group will provide services to French, Swahili and French speaking African community in North London. With this application they seek funding for producing a newsletter to enable the increase in training and education opportunities for this community. 1 sessional editor at £15 x 2 days x 48 weeks (£1440), Photocopier (£1000), Printing (£400), Volunteer expenses at £8.50 x 1 days wk x 48wks (£816), Training (£200), Admin (£350)
Be my family Project (BMF) 22 Apr 2004
Ray of Good Hope is charitable organisation established to provide the community with charitable projects and programmes. This is a Family project, which will be organise activities for the elderly IT equipments computer, scanner, printer £1000, telephone equipment (£82), 3 volunteer out-of-pocket expenses x 26 wks £1,521, publicity and communication £400, Hall hire x 10 days £300, refreshment x 10 days £100 per day £1000, website development £657
Craft Works 22 Apr 2004
Unemployed people in Brighton will have a new opportunity to take part in an arts and craft group. Volunteers from the local university will offer tuition in a range of activities and an exhibition will be staged where members will display their work.
African/Caribbean community group setting up a new cultural and support centre uses an award to prepare for and hold a launch day to make the black community and the wider population aware of the new centre, that it is available to help them and setting out the services which it will offer
This charity provides support and advocacy service to people affected by HIV. The award will be used to develop an out-of-office hours drop-in support facility which will be available evenings and weekends and will be led by service users and a sessional support worker. sessional worker's fees, refreshments, volunteers travel expenses, project administration.
squash in schools 22 Apr 2004
Squash club to introduce squash/racket games to local schools. Will offer free out of school hour coaching courses to primary and secondary schools and establish a subsidised junior section of the club.
Mobile Team Challenge Training 22 Apr 2004
The charity works with young people and will use the Mobile Team Challenge programme to help re-engage those who have become disaffected or on the edge of exclusion from society and to encourage them to partciapte in education, training, employment or at a social level
The focus of this group is the promotion of rugby in a deprived inner city area. The award will be used to purchase equipment and kit for three junior teams. 2x basic rugby starter kits; 2 x junior mixed rugby starter kits; 1 x under 13s kit.
Art in Totland event 22 Apr 2004
Art in Totland is an annual event organised by this partnership. This year the local community will have greater access to a range of artistic opportunities and the profile of Art in Totland will be raised. After school workshops will be run by local artists so that children can learn new skills and produce items for exhibition at the event. Local artists will also exhibit their work and musicians will provide live entertainment to bring the whole community together.