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The Royal British Legion (266) Merched Y Wawr (158) Barnardo's (94) Church of England Children's Society (84) The National Childbirth Trust (75) The Guide Association (74) Alzheimer's Society (71) The Scout Association (69) Volunteering Matters (65) Cruse Bereavement Care (59) The British Red Cross Society (46) Myaware (45) The Air Training Corps General Purposes Fund (44) The Royal National Institute of Blind People (44) Leonard Cheshire Disability (42) Arthritis Care (41) Contact a Family (40) The Terrence Higgins Trust (40) Workers' Educational Association (39) Birmingham Diocesan Trust (38) Heritage Lottery Fund (38) The Burma Star Association (38) Action for Children (37) Pre-School Learning Alliance (36) The Conservation Volunteers (36) The Prince's Trust (36) Family Action (33) The Royal National Institute for Deaf People (33) The Royal Marines Association (31) Birmingham City Council (30) Volunteer Reading Help (30) Scope (29) Action for Blind People (28) Multiple Sclerosis Society (28) The Priory of England and the Islands of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (27) The National Autistic Society (26) Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council (24) Tamba, Twins & Multiple Births Association (23) The Fostering Network (22) The National Deaf Children's Society (22) The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association - Forces Help (22) National Schizophrenia Fellowship (21) Nottinghamshire County Council (21) Fife Council - Local & Community Services (20) Islay & Jura Community Enterprises Ltd (20) London Borough of Haringey (20) Addaction (19) British Epilepsy Association (19) Derbyshire County Council (19) Blackpool Council (18) See Less

Results

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.

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.

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.

Container 01 Apr 2004

This group promote the tradition of pigeon racing. The award means they can purchase a larger cabin to allow them to accept more members. storage container.

Amount: £2,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Horden Homing Society
Region: North East
District: County Durham

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.

Amount: £2,810
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Monkton Juniors FC
Region: North East
District: South Tyneside District

Summer Camp 01 Apr 2004

Children and young people who would not otherwise have a holiday will be invited to attend a summer camp where they will try a range of outdoor activities.

Amount: £3,841
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Kennington Woodcraft Folk
Region: South East Coast
District: Ashford District

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.

Amount: £4,040
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Philip Southcote School
Region: South East Coast
District: Runnymede District

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

Amount: £4,508
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Trimdon Village Homing Society
Region: North East
District: County Durham

Refurbishment 01 Apr 2004

This group provides adult education, recreational activities, youth work and practical services to voluntary groups. They will use the award to buy furniture and refurbish their community centre. furniture, lighting and decorating

Meetings and outings 01 Apr 2004

The Association will take its members on social trips of military and educational interest. Older people will be able to go on trips to reduce isolation.

After School Trampoline Club 01 Apr 2004

Pupils from this school will have extended access to trampolining through the provision of new equipment. Training is available from qualified coaches, and pupils will have the chance to take part in local competitions.

Amount: £4,640
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Sholing Technology College
Region: South Central
District: City of Southampton

Facilities for the disabled in community hall 01 Apr 2004

With an award, the association will adapt the facilities of its community hall to provide access ramps and toilet facilities for the disabled.

outings 02 Apr 2004

This group offers support and help to people who have an intolerance to gluten and wheat. The award will be used to take members on trips to specialised events. coach trip to York and to Liverpool.

Video 02 Apr 2004

The organisation aims to enhance the town environment, promote cultural activities and encourage tourism. The project is to produce a video recording the activities of daily life in the burgh and comparing them with the last recording made ten years ago. This will include farming, industry, tourism, schools, religions and a wide range of organisations. The award is for a video camera, editing programme, tapes and lighting.

Equipment and coaching 02 Apr 2004

This is a newly formed netball club which with an award will purchase equipment, uniform and enable members to train as coaches and umpires. The club will be able to expand and serve a larger area. The award is for umpiring and coaching courses, netball posts and stands, netballs, a set of bibs and whistles.

creche costs 02 Apr 2004

This women's group provides a safe environment for women to learn various skills in. Funding will be used to hold sewing lessons and pay for equipment and creche costs. creche costs, tutor costs, volunteers expenses, equipment, display board and bag

workshops 02 Apr 2004

This new group enables people with learning difficulties to express themselves creatively through the arts. The project is run a series of workshops and work with a professional artist to develop material for an exhibition using the group's experiences of its recent performance event at Nottingham Playhouse. The artists fees, documentation, resources and arts materials, venue hire, publicity materials, special transport and contingency costs.

A Jubilee in East Leake 02 Apr 2004

The organisation works with churches in East Leake to promote the community aspect of the village. The project is to produce a book commemorating fifty years of the catholic church in East Leake and will involve research, oral history and an exhibition of photographs and artefacts. The award is for printing, design, producing photos, office costs and travel.

Parish Map 02 Apr 2004

This group aims to involve more parents in school and community activities and with their children's education. The award would pay for an artist to work with the children and local community to produce a parish map designed by the children. artists fees and travel, materials and framing, hanging, fixing of map.

Clocks and Computer Equipment 02 Apr 2004

This organisation aims to promote pigeon racing at all levels. The group will use the award to buy equipment which will improve it's records and racing operations. racing clocks and IT equipment.

Amount: £3,485
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Skinningrove Homing Society
Region: North East
District: Redcar and Cleveland