- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 11 Aug 2020
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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New Play Equipment 21 May 2004
Children who attend this pre-school will have a new opportunity to take part in role-play activities through the provision of new equipment. The group will also improve its storage facilities to enable better use of its equipment.
Equipment 21 May 2004
This group will buy new equipment to support the classes, currently offered to members, of painting in water colours and art history. It will also upgrade its PC equipment to support development of publicity material and production of newsletters.
This rugby club want to train 13 coaches for the club to accommodate its expanding membership and encourage new members. All of the 13 coaches will also be trained in first aid and a senior first aider from the club will be sent on a specialist sport first aid course. 7 Coaches for mini/midi course (#490), 6 coaches for level 1 course (#420), 13 coaches on first aid course (#250), 1st aid course management time @ #75 per day (#150), Sports first aid course (#185)
The Great Mon-Jam 2004 - samba dance workshops 21 May 2004
This arts group will build upon the success of its annual music, arts and crafts fair, centred around African culture. New dance workshops will be run, encouraging local people to try a new activity and develop new skill and creativity. This will culminate in a performance of Samba and African dance at the event.
Improved access for disabled people 21 May 2004
This Parish Council will make its community hall fully accessible to people with disabilities. The main entrance will be widened, a ramp with a handrail will be installed and an existing toilet will be made accessible for wheelchair users.
Training for volunteers 21 May 2004
Members of this club will train to achieve a Level 1 coaching qualification. This will improve the standard of the club and help towards its goal of reaching FA Charter status.
New Junior Equipment 21 May 2004
Local young people will be encouraged to join this cricket club, take part in training sessions and form new teams to play in local competitions.
Duke of Edinburgh Trip 21 May 2004
An award will pay for the hire of a minibus for members of this group to travel to the Lake District for a walking expedition. As a result they will be able to complete their training for the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award for the first time.
This youth football team started in July 2000 to give its members the opportunity to take part in matches and social activities._x000B_The grant will be used to extend their provisions of football training during evenings by hiring a venue with Floodlight. Hiring of venue with floodlight from Oct-Feb@#42/secsion for 20wks (#840), Specialist Coach @#15 for 40 wks(#600) & first Aid course @30 X2(#60)
Recorder Courses 21 May 2004
A residential summer school will be set up to offer advanced recorder tuition to players aged 16 - 25. It will be aimed at students who wish to further their skills under the guidance of six world class recorder teachers from the UK and abroad.
Music in the Community 21 May 2004
This group provide a low-cost, high quality, toy, book and safety equipment loan scheme to families with children aged under five. Also provide a wide range of exciting, appropriate, educational, and multi-cultural toys for loan which helps develop educational and social skills._x000B_The group wants funds to provide eight music sessions for families in community venues in the more deprived areas across the Borough of Greenwich, this is a new project for the group.
Positive Living project 21 May 2004
Young people with M.E. from the Guildford, Abingdon and Faversham areas will benefit from attending workshops with the help of a Lottery award. Young people recovering from M.E. will deliver the workshops which aim to rebuild confidence, self esteem and friendships with others with the same disability.
Additional art workshops 21 May 2004
This festival group will run a series of pre-festival workshops for adults with a maritime theme, called 'Gateway to the World'. Local people will create pictures and stories exploring the port of Southampton and their relationships with the area. All works produced through the workshops will be exhibited at the festival.
The club will buy additional training equipment enabling it to introduce archery to three local community colleges. Children will be provided with an opportunity to take part in a new extra curricular activity. They will develop new skills through professionally led training sessions and be encouraged to participate further at the club.
Fitness trainer and coach 21 May 2004
Members of this club will have the opportunity to train with a specialist coach and a fitness trainer to improve their standard of performance.
Cowley Road Carnival 21 May 2004
The Cowley Road Carnival will be extended this year to work with a selected group of BME young people to devise a Caribbean dance and art project for the procession. By providing a project specifically targeted at young black people will increase their engagement with the carnival and send out a strong message of inclusivity.
Bee Boles Database 21 May 2004
A database of information will be made available on the internet for anyone to access. It will contain information on beekeeping and local areas of interest. Anyone can access information and will be encouraged to take an interest in the local history of their area.
Equipment for new week long festival 21 May 2004
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, this group will extend its one day country fayre into a week long festival and will buy seating to allow everyone to sit comfortably. A varied and exciting programme of events is planned, including the arts, music, local heritage and revival of ancient Kentish sports.
New Volunteers 21 May 2004
Local people will have the opportunity to train to work with Eastgate volunteers which works with and supports people with mental illness. New volunteers and service users will develop therapeutic gardening skills and develop a programme of activities and events based around the garden at the local drop-in centre.