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- 22 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 11 Sep 2014
This group provide facilities to voluntary, statutory and professional organisations working with children and their families. The grant is for an evacuation chair lift.
Educational Day at Edinburgh Zoo 23 Apr 2010
This group will organise a day trip to Edinburgh Zoo for 70 children providing them with a new educational experience. This grant will fund zoo entrance fees and a contribution towards youth worker sessional fees.
Blairhall Village Centenary Gala 17 Mar 2014
This project will help mark the 100th gala day for the village as the group plans to bring the community together by holding various physical activities in the week leading up to the event.
Family Fun Day and Tea Party 27 May 2005
This informal group will use an award to hold a WW2 themed family day, which will include a fancy dress parade and a brass band, and a Veterans Over 60's Tea Party, including a display of veterans memorabilia.
bringing together old and new communities 13 Mar 2014
This annual project supports the organisations Week for Young and Old. As part of the gala, a crowning ceremony will be held for the gala queen, and the group will buy a new speaker system for this part of the celebrations.
This group aims to bring the community together by holding an annual week of activities. The grant is for sound system.
65th Anniversary Publicity Newsletter 30 Jul 2009
This charity in Islington will create its 65th Anniversary newsletter to be distributed among 800 London primary and special needs schools, particularly those having no knowledge of its existence. Schools will be able to get involved in the society's activities to begin educating children about growing flowers, vegetables and herbs, and the environment.
Children's seminars/workshops 17 Feb 2005
To provide a new element to the Federation of Children's Book Groups' Annual Conference to be held in April 2005. The St Albans branch are running the weekend conference and wish to introduce workshops and seminars for children run by authors, the seminars will be promoted in schools. The group exists to increase childrens' access to books and promote their interest and enjoyment of literature.
Creative writing and drawing 23 Mar 2006
Local community partnership developing and extending creative & imaginative learning opportunities for young people (out of school hours) and their families - uses an award to engage an artist to work with youngsters in after school sessions to develop storyline and comic strip illustrations on themes relevant to young people and thereafter to reproduce them in newsletter & newspaper articles for the attention of the schools and their communities
Information and advice day 22 Apr 2004
The Trust will hold an advice day for students with learning disabilities and their parents. The day will include information about service provision, independent living and opportunities for people with learning disabilities.
Unspecified 27 Jul 2004
The project is workshops for voluntary groups working with children and families.The money is for tutor fees, venue and promotion costs.
2006 summer camp healthy eating project 17 Jul 2006
This charity provides holidays for underprivileged children recommended by social services. The grant will fund a healthy eating project during the 2006 Summer Camp. This will teach the volunteers to use and develop the new menu, encourage the children to eat nutritiously and they can take this awareness into the home environment.
Supporting volunteers and training more to help children in need of ARCH support.
A project by this Dawlish, Devon based group to improve their efficiency and run more effectively through the purchase of a laptop and printer.
Cultural diversity event 11 Mar 2005
This group provides support and activities for gifted children in the West Kent area. As part of the Explorers Club it organises an annual 'Alternative View Point 'day. This year a Lottery grant will pay for workshops on African, Asian and Japanese from education and entertainment specialists.