- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 31 Oct 2000
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Kenfig Hill and Pyle Homing Society 19 Nov 2007
The project is to extend the facilities of the group. The money is for electronic timing systems and rings.
Newmilns Community Nature Site Project 01 Mar 2010
This group will develop an existing paths network which will provide a site for recreation and nature study for local people. The grant will pay for path resurfacing, motorcycle inhibitors, totem pole, granite benches, picnic bench, wooden paling and posts, timber, soil, plants, hedge trees, clearance costs and a wildlife interpretation panel.
Heathbridge Miners Square 16 Apr 2012
Pyle Community Council will refurbish Heathbridge Miners Square which is located at the heart of the community and has fallen into disrepair. The project meets the Awards for All aim of improving the quality of life. This grant for £5,000 will fund refurbishment materials.
Refurbishment Work 21 Feb 2006
The project is to refurbish the groups building to allow further community use. The money is for refurbishment work and new heating system.
Totem Pole Project 15 Jun 2005
The group aim to improve the environment and make their estate a better place in which to live. They will use the award to create a wooden totem pole with residents and a community artist. The award will pay the costs of design and construction of the totem pole including design, materials, labour, artist time and a trip to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
The project is to develop the group's digital photography activities. The money is for a laptop computer, projector and photographic software.
Standing Poles 28 Jun 2007
This school will commission an artist-in-residence to work with the local community in developing a series of exterior totem poles, which will be sited in the school's outdoor community area.
The Flags on the Green 12 Aug 2009
The Community Council will purchase and install flag poles that will be part of a commemorative project to reflect Commonwealth history of the township. This grant will be used to buy 12 external halyard flagpoles, 3 flag poles with bases, delivery and installation costs.
Youth Cascaders 02 Feb 2012
The club will provide a number of young people with accredited football coaching qualifications. The grant will fund pitch hire, training, minibus hire, refreshments, hurdles, speed ladders, bibs, boundary poles, pole bases, balls, coach folders, water bottles and water bags.
Keeping Us Happy 01 Nov 2016
Neath, Port Talbot and Pyle Dance Club will use the grant to setup their organisation, designed to increase socialising opportunities for 40 members, the majority of whom are older people. This grant for Â£4,753 will fund a portable PA system, dance music discs, a laptop, venue hire, a short break, and two day trips.
They school will provide an after school rugby club. This grant will fund tackle bags, shields, training balls, a mesh ball bag, an agility cross ladder, agility hurdles, speed acceleration canes, agility poles, a super reactaball set, a reactaball value set, a Slalom pole set, a marker set, a marker pole set, a first aid kit, ice packs and rugby jerseys.
The PE and PPE proteins of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis: exploring their potential as variable antigens. 13 Dec 2005
The PE and PPE proteins of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis are encoded by large, multigene families which account for approximately 10% of the genome. Although the function of these proteins remains unclear, they are widely speculated to represent a source of antigenic variation, and thus a means for these pathogens to evade host immune defences. The overall aim of the proposed study is to determine whether the PE/PPE proteins do indeed represent variable antigens. Specifically, I will test the hypothesis that the pattern of PE/PPE expression changes during the course of infection and that this in turn modulates the host immune response. After characterising PE/PPE expression profiles in vitro, I will use two experimental models: infection of mice with M. tuberculosis, and infection of cattle with the closely-related M. bovis to examine in vivo expression and T cell recognition. These models are well-established in the sponsoring and collaborating laboratories and there is evidence in both systems that the bacterial phenotype and the immune repertoire change over the course of infection. In parallel with this in vivo approach, I will investigate the control of PE and PPE expression by identification and characterization of relevant transcriptional regulators in M. tuberculosis.
YPO/1/010192075 The 'What I Need' Project 29 Nov 2008
TThe project is to introduce structured activities and workshops, a peer mentoring programme and a pilot minibus service to the group's services for young people aged 10-19 from Pyle, Cornelly and Cefn Cribbwr areas.