- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 18 Apr 1991
- Latest award date
- 01 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
computer for publicity materials 02 Apr 2004
This pigeon racing club wishes to encourage more young people and children to become involved in the sport. The project will produce a regular newsletter and print flyers and posters and advertise for new members in the local paper and plan to go into local schools with some pigeons to talk informally about the history and tradition of the sport.
Basketball 02 Apr 2004
This school will use the award to install basketball equipment at the school. This will allow the school to start up an after school basketball club. The award is for 3 mini basketball units, installation, padded post protectors and coaching.
Upgrades 02 Apr 2004
This group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of its area. The award means they can upgrade their heating system, widen the doors for disabled/buggy access and improve the security of their premises. security upgrade, disabled access, central heating upgrade.
Trampoline club 02 Apr 2004
The school will set up an after school trampoline club and a trampolining club/course during one of the holidays. Children from other primary schools will be able to use the equipment. The award is for a club trampoline, 2 end decks and an agility belt.
Artificial wicket 02 Apr 2004
This group provide opportunities for all ages to play cricket and currently cater for five junior teams and interest has been shown to start a girls and a ladies team. The award will provide an artificial wicket to enable the club to cater for all players. The award is for an artificial wicket.
Sports 02 Apr 2004
3rd Bolsover Brownies will undertake a sports based programme of activities designed to highlight cultural differences and health related issues. The activities will focus on sports primarily played by women and girls and will include disability sports so everyone can participate. The award is for sports equipment, disability sports equipment, health related equipment, training and education, storage and co-operative games/sports activities.
Social activities 02 Apr 2004
This community group runs weekly events and activities including a homework club, dance and drama workshops, internet and technology skills and a parent and toddler group. The project is purchase equipment for the children and young people's activities. The award is for an air hockey table, chiller cabinet for the tuck shop, bouncy castle and generator, trampoline and safety net, a coin operated pool table and a drum kit and rack.
improve facilities 02 Apr 2004
Syston Allotment Society wish to purchase a secure storage container to store communal tools and bulk purchases, as well as develop a communal outdoor area with seating, tables and deep beds easily accessed by wide paths and a wildlife area and pond. The communal area would be used by Syston Primary School to learn more about gardening and the environment. The award is for timber, fixings, plants and landscaper's labour and materials.
playground markings and equipment 02 Apr 2004
This infant school will use the award to develop their existing playground area for break times and lunch time use. The playground will be zoned through the use of strategic playground markings that will allow various activities to take place at the same time. Seating, bins, sports and games equipment and storage facilities will also be purchased to compliment the playground. The award is for playground markings, seating, sports equipment, games equipment, bins and metal equipment store.
Local environment project 02 Apr 2004
This nursery school will uae the award to run a series of activities in conjuntion with local community actors and the wildlife trust to develop children's understanding of their immediate environment. The award is for materials, delivery costs for a year long programme of activities, nature learning days at the wildlife trust and annual membership to the wildlife trust.
nature and wildlife 02 Apr 2004
This nursery school will use its award to carry out a series of drama and arts activities based on the theme of the 'Natural World'. materials, summer programme, autumn programme, spring programme, nature trip
Wildlife/Nature project 02 Apr 2004
This school will introduce a nature programme which will be led by a trained actor working with the nursery age children to encourage them to develop their knowledge of their natural environment. This will be done through sessions with the actor exploring areas of nature through the use of dance, drama, singing and practical activities.
Wildlife project 02 Apr 2004
This school will use the award to run sessions spread over 3 terms aiming to raise awareness and knowledge of nature in the urban environment. The project has been developed by the Wildlife Trust and the sessions will be run using a local community theatre actor. The award is for materials, delivery costs of Summer/Autumn/Winter programmes, nature learning days and annual membership to the Wildlife Trust.
Coaching and equipment 02 Apr 2004
The organisation aims to deliver a structured coaching and league programme in the High peak area for all ages and standards with girls in particular being encouraged to join. The project is to provide general facilities, promotion and admin. The award is for coach fees, venue hire, marketing, equipment and admin.
Extra curricular activities 02 Apr 2004
Stanton under Bardon Primary School is a small rural school that plans to start after school and lunchtime sports clubs. The school has a number of children that have learning and physical disabilities and the award will enable them to integrate in the sporting activities. The award is for coaching costs, swimming sessions, tri-golf sets, first-aid training, PE multi-colour bumper pack, basketballs, footballs, rugby balls, games shop pack, bibs, cones, mini tennis set, skipping ropes, balls and bat set.
Coaching in schools 02 Apr 2004
This group promotes badminton and coordinates local badminton clubs within the county, encouraging development, coaching, competition and support throughout. The project is to provide improved opportunities for local school children in Corby to have access to badminton. Equipment bags will be loaned to schools along with access to coaching, and a junior club will be set up at a local sports centre to continue development.
Festivals and coaching programme 02 Apr 2004
This Club will use a grant to run four festivals this summer to attract new interest from organisations for disabled people. The award is for coach fees, travel and refreshments.
Band equipment 02 Apr 2004
This is a community based group for young people and are open two nights a week and also for band practice. They offer young people (5 - 25 years) a stable safe environment with activities and a network of friends and mentors of all ages. Activities include outdoor pursuits, indoor and outdoor games and sports, band concerts and competitions and community functions.
Coaching programme in schools 02 Apr 2004
This group provides rugby union activities to all ages within the local area of Spalding. The project is to set up an extra curricular rugby coaching programme in 5 local primary schools, 2 special schools and 2 secondary schools. The award is for safety equipment and skills/technique equipment.
Basketball 02 Apr 2004
The school plans to set up an out of school basketball club with professional coaching for pupils and other children in the community of all skill levels and ages. Coaching opportunities will be available for parents and young people, bringing the community into the school. The award is for coach fees and equipment including goals, balls, vests, kit and learning pack.