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The National Lottery Community Fund

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Girls cricket development 06 Aug 2004

This group aims to promote junior cricket. The award will open up and sustain playing opportunities for girls through a 6 week coaching course and the purchase of additional resources. coach fees, qualifications, publicity, promotional t-shirts, kwik cricket sets, a safety cage and a bowling machine.

Amount: £4,423
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Tynedale Tigers Junior Cricket Club
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Photocopying 06 Aug 2004

This group work with their local council to help develop policies and practices to benefit the residents of their area. The award means they can purchase a photocopier, 2 office chairs and display equipment. photocopier, 2 chairs, display equipment.

Amount: £4,508
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Darlington Residents Panel
Region: North East
District: Darlington

Blue Star Community Football 06 Aug 2004

This group promotes football in it's area. The award means they can purchase specialised equipment for disabled players. specialist footballs, pop up soft goals, bibs and cones, shin pads, protective equipment and inflatable exhibition shoot out apparatus.

Amount: £4,550
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Cramlington Blue Star FC
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

New Instruments 06 Aug 2004

This brass band enables players of all ages to come together to play music in a "socially rewarding environment". This award with pay for updating instruments with allow more members to join. 1x E flat tenor horn and 3 x B flat cornets

Amount: £4,565
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Houghton Brass
Region: North East
District: Sunderland District

Sunderland Sea Cadet Band 06 Aug 2004

The aim of this group is to help young people towards "responsible adulthood" by encouraging personal attributes and high standards of conduct. The young people do basic training in Sea Cadet Knowledge, rifle drill, parade training and so on. The award will enable them to form a Sea Cadet Band. musical instruments

Health and Fitness and Education Training Courses 06 Aug 2004

This group promote the sport of swimming. The award will enable the group to provide training courses for teaching and lifeguards and equipment for it's elite squad. furniture and fittings, exercise equipment, hardware for training (TV, video), course materials and storage.

Amount: £3,715
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Ashington Swimming Club
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Taster sessions 06 Aug 2004

This group promote the sport of new age kurling in the Tees Valley area. The award pay for 'come and try it' sessions throughout the area for both able bodied and disabled people. kurling stones, targets, disabled ramps, pushers, coaching courses and venue hire.

Start-up costs 06 Aug 2004

This new group aims to improve quality of life and enjoyment of music. The award will enable the group to establish itself. choir leader, accompanist, instruments, stationery, postage, uniforms and insurance.

Amount: £4,800
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Hartlepool Community Choir
Region: North East
District: Hartlepool

Training & Resource Library 06 Aug 2004

This group promote the relief of people with Autism and provide relief for the families and carers of such persons. The award will pay for four training programmes for parents of children with autism and a mobile resource library. training (room, refreshments, training booklets, trainers expenses, admin expenses & equipment) and resource library (videos, books & CD ROM's and portable display stand).

Amount: £4,849
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: County Durham Autistic Support Group
Region: North East
District: County Durham

Renovation 06 Aug 2004

Stainton Memorial Hall is a village hall serving community organisations in the two villages of Stainton and Thornton. The award will pay building renovation and redecoration to transform a derelict room into a facility for elderly, disabled residents. damp proofing, roofing and flooring.

Amount: £4,853
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Stainton Memorial Hall
Region: North East
District: Middlesbrough

IT equipment 06 Aug 2004

This group aim to advance the education of the public in the art and science of photography. The award means they can purchase a range of IT equipment to enable the group to promote and practice modern digital photography techniques. contribution towards: projector, printer, laptop, graphics tablet, software, insurance, consumables, room hire and lecturers.

Amount: £4,908
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Durham Photographic Society
Region: North East
District: County Durham

Workshops and Marketing 06 Aug 2004

This group works to raise awareness of Taoist arts like Tai Chi and Taoist Yoga meditation and the benefits to health, well being and stress management that they can bring. The award will allow them to run seminars, workshops and lectures, buy safety and training equipment, and prepare and produce publicity materials to increase interest in their activities. seminars, workshops and lectures, training and safety equipment, advertising and publicity materials, travel costs and hall hire.

Amount: £4,150
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Taoist Arts North East
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Junior team 06 Aug 2004

This is a new group based in Jarrow. This award will allow them to develop a Junior Section which will include coaching sessions in local schools, youth and community groups. start up costs, coach education courses, junior playing kits and equipment.

computer 06 Aug 2004

This squadron will use their award to buy IT equipment. It will enable the cadets to put together presentations, take the equipment out into the community for recruitment and information purposes and produce publicity materials. They will also use the laptop to run flight simulator training programmes and to score their shooting teams. a laptop, carry case, micro portable projector and a printer.

All Saints centre 06 Aug 2004

An award will be used to allow this local parish council to conduct a feasibility study in order to enhance the community facilities available as at present many of the groups have nowhere to meet.

Bingo machine 01 Apr 2004

An automatic bingo machine and raffle MultiMate will increase the number of members able to take part in the monthly games. The machine will enable the hard of hearing and visually impaired to take part in the games as well as organising the sessions. A croquet set will provide the more active members of the club with an additional activity.

75th anniversary outing 01 Apr 2004

Older members will be able to go on the Guild's 75th anniversary day trip thanks to a lottery grant. They will visit Higham Park, near Canterbury and look around the historic house and gardens followed by a cream tea. coach hire and cost of fifty cream teas

Pilot Festival 01 Apr 2004

Denmead will run a week long summer mini community festival at which residents will be able to take part in a range of cultural and sporting activities, including jazz and brass band concerts, skateboard competition, art show, forest forge show and workshops.

Amount: £600
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: The Denmead Festival
Region: South Central
District: Winchester District

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

Purchase of digital camera & printer 01 Apr 2004

This branch will purchase its first digital camera and printer to record its 70th birthday celebrations. The majority of members are over 70 years old and several will increase their skills by editing the photos on P.C.s. The record of events will then be put into a book which will form the latest edition in a series of scrap books scanning many years and occasions.