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- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Jul 2019
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Students have had a hand in designing an outdoor challenge trail that will be constructed thanks to lottery funding. Five acres of underused land at Penn Hall Special School will be used for the trail providing full access for people with disabilities to a winding pathway, zip wire, physical challenge activities and abseiling. The 80 pupils at the school, 84 pupils from other schools and 166 community visitors will benefit from the facility.
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.
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.
Music education work in special schools 01 Apr 2004
Local children from special schools will have the opportunity to work with professional musicians who will be performing at the festival. The musicians will run workshops and perform with the children at each school.
toys and cupboard 01 Apr 2004
This church would like to improve the facilities in its community building. The award will provide toys and lockable storage cabinets for use by the groups that use the hall. toys and lockable storage cabinets.
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
Illustrated talks for schools 01 Apr 2004
The group will buy presentation equipment. This will enable them to hold a series of illustrated educational talks and presentations for schools, local community and youth groups. Local people will be provided with a greater awareness of local wildlife and nature conservation.
Lewes University of the Third Age 01 Apr 2004
This branch of the U3A will improve the delivery of its lectures and educational sessions through the provision of computer presentation equipment.
2004 Summer Open Fun Days 01 Apr 2004
Girls aged 8-16 will attend a series of open football sessions. They will learn new skills and there will be opportunities to join the club and continue training for anyone who is interested. The training will be undertaken by members of the U18 team who have achieved coaching qualifications.
Epilepsy Information Day 01 Apr 2004
This branch of the Epilepsy Association will stage an information day. It will feature speakers and will be an opportunity for those affected by the condition to learn more about it and the most recent treatments.
Production of a parish book 01 Apr 2004
Local people will be asked to participate in a project exploring the history of the village through personal memories and celebrating what it is now. A book will be produced and artwork created for the village hall.
Speakers and Trips 01 Apr 2004
This club offers social and educational activities for older people in Wellow. This project is to broaden the range of activities available through the provision of extra speakers and trips.
Youth Drama 01 Apr 2004
Disaffected young people aged 16-20 will have the chance to take part in a theatre project at this school. Participants will attend a series of workshops before performing a piece of work derived from the workshop sessions.
Music project 01 Apr 2004
The school will work with a local home for old people to establish a cross-generational music project. Young and old will work together under the guidance of trained staff and volunteers. The people involved will learn new music skills and how to play instruments together.
Music festival 01 Apr 2004
A five day festival of music performances in Tilford and Farnham will offer local people a chance to hear live performances of classical music. A children's workshop will offer children from Waverley Abbey School the opportunity to work with musicians from the Royal Academy of Music. An open workshop will offer anyone from the local community to take part in a choral workshop directed by a leading baroque musician.
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.