- Total grants
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- Largest award
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 30 Mar 2015
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.
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.
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.
New Teams 01 Apr 2004
The club will develop its junior squads and establish a new age group. U12 and U16 teams will be formalised and entered in a league for the forthcoming season, provided with kit and training to enable this to happen. A new U10 squad will be established to compete in a local High 5 league. Local girls will be able to take part in healthy activity and develop their skills at the club.
Refurbishment of Bowling Green 01 Apr 2004
This group promote the sport of bowling in their area. The award means they can erect a security fence around their bowling green. security fence
Philip Southcote School 01 Apr 2004
This school will establish a youth club for past and present pupils with learning difficulties. Members will be able to take part in a range of activities including arts workshops, sports and educational workshops.
Training and development programme 01 Apr 2004
People from all backgrounds will have the opportunity to develop skills in skiing through a structured training programme to encourage wider participation in the sport. Volunteers will also be coached to increase the club's pool of qualified trainers.
Woodcraft Curriculum Development 01 Apr 2004
A consultant will be employed to develop a curriculum for all ages of Woodcraft Folk. It will include knowledge of fire building, shelter construction, crafting wood, camp fires, flora and fauna identification, knots and health and safety. A dedicated website will be launched in conjunction with this curriculum, enabling all youth leaders free access to the material. Basic equipment will be provided so all activities to be on the curriculum can take place.
Childrens holiday 01 Apr 2004
This group aim to develop the education and social lives of people in the North East. The award means they can take local children on a weeks holiday. rent, food, salaries, courses, transport advert.
Installation of a toilet for the disabled 01 Apr 2004
Disabled access will be installed at this village hall to enable everyone to participate in the community activities that take place.
New Minibus 01 Apr 2004
The charity will buy a mini bus to help people with learning difficulties and their families have affordable transport to club meetings and activities.
An after school and holiday football and fitness club will encourage children to take part in extra curricular activities, targeting different age bands and creating a girls only team. The holiday clubs will be open to surrounding villages in an attempt to tackle exclusion issues which can occur in small villages.
The Glasgow Science Centre: ReDiscover 01 Apr 2004
A ReDiscover grant to fund the upgrading of the Science Show Theatre and the creation of Enviroscan, which includes an Auto Weather Station linked to schools and educational projects, a Climate Change Theatre and the Clyde Monitoring Exhibit which collects and feeds back data on the River Clyde.
Harmony Group 02 Apr 2004
This new organisation are a women's harmony group. They will use their award to rent premises and for promotional materials. rent and publicity materials
Gymnastics and football 02 Apr 2004
The school plans to run after school activities in gymnastics and football using qualified coaches and providing staff training. The award is for coach fees, coach training and an award scheme starter pack.
Loop system 02 Apr 2004
The organisation plans to install loop system in St John the Baptist Church in Ault Hucknall. The church is a Grade 1 listed building open to tourists. The loop system will give the hard of hearing improved access to services, lectures, guided tours and concerts. The award is for a loop system.
Camping and Radio equipment 02 Apr 2004
This group promotes an interest in aviation and the RAF amongst young people within Spilsby. The project is to purchase radio equipment to enable practical training to take place, and camping equipment to expand and enhance the camping activities the group take part in. The award is for camping equipment (tent rucksack, cooking stoves and compasses), transceiver, antenna and tuner.