- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 02 Feb 1998
- Latest award date
- 04 Jul 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Racing Equipment 01 Apr 2004
This homing society will use an award to purchase pigeon racing equipment, they hope to attract new younger members with the new equipment. pigeon timing clocks, data printer, race manager software
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Co. Durham has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Noway in Mayof this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran
Administration Worker 05 May 2004
The project will continue and develop the role of the Administration Worker in providing support and promotion for the groups and activities in this busy Community Centre. It will help to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of the Association and its member groups through improved admin and monitoring systems, providing individual I. T. support, and promoting and coordinating specific activities (particularly lifelong learning).
Grant to Lion Mouth Community Interest Company 13 Mar 2014
over one year as continuation funding towards the project co-ordinator's salary at a horticultural project supporting people with mental health issues in the North East
Grant to Horden Youth and Community Centre 29 Jan 2016
over two years years as continuation funding towards salaries and core costs at a youth and community centre in Horden, County Durham
The Consett and Stanley branch of the Durham Light Infantry Association have been awarded a grant towards the cost of various activities throughout the year, including a dinner in commemmoration of D-Day and a dedication event in Alnwick.
Holiday Scheme 02 Jul 2004
This is a group which offers childcare during school holidays. This award will enable them to develop speech and language skills and develop a healthy eating programme.
Mobile community stage project 06 Aug 2004
This group work to promote their area and the lives of the people in their community. They run musical, historical, and topical activities and co-ordinate fund raising for a range of other local groups and causes. The award will allow them to purchase a mobile stage that will be used first at The Weardale Festival 2004, and then will be made available to a variety of other groups in the area. a contribution towards a mobile stage for community use.
Workshops 06 Aug 2004
This group aims to promote and develop sustainable educational and cultural links of the Chinese people to the wider community. The award will pay for workshop session where older members of the community will transcribe traditional Chinese ghost stories. The stories will then be retold by the young people and performed during a shared showcase event during Durham Literature Festival. A series of follow-on sessions will also take place.
This group provide advice and training in all aspects of theatre production to young people in Teesdale. This award will enable them expand their project into video and film. art professionals; room hire, sound equipment, editing programme, production costs and publicity.
equipment 04 Jun 2004
This group promote the sport of cricket among children and young people in their area. The award means the group can purchase 2 portable net cages, a water remover and a groundsheet. 2 portable net cages, water remover, PVC groundsheet.
Music equipment and coaching 04 Jun 2004
This new group has been set up to offer dance opportunities to children aged 9-13. This award will be used towards the cost of the first year's running expenses and also to purchase a music system. facility hire, coaching costs, purchase of music system and music and costs for productions.
Training, materials, room hire 04 Jun 2004
This mother and toddler group provide social support to mothers in the area and provide educational activities for the children. A grant will be used to purchase new toys and materials to improve the activities available to the children. Training will also be provided for the members of the group in relation to classroom assistants and first aid courses. room hire, cleaning, materials, toys, volunteer training, promotional materials, events, stationary and postage.
Gardening Open Days 01 Oct 2004
This group is an association where gardeners and allotment holders can share knowledge, equipment and the love of their hobby. The award means the group can prepare the roads and paths on their land to make them safe to hold open days to promote their association. They will also buy equipment with the award to help them manage their site better in future and to keep it safe. materials to make car park, road and paths safe and gardening equipment.
This is a small community-led group whose main activities are to design and implement appropriate community safety initiatives, in conjunction with existing networks, such as the Police and Victim Support.
Taster Days and Service Sampling 08 Sep 2004
The Nifty Fifties arranges taster days and sample activities for people in the Shildon area who are aged 50 or over. The 3 year Big Lottery Fund grant will enable the group to continue its core services by funding general running costs.