- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 31 Oct 2000
- Latest award date
- 19 Nov 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Totemic Polemics 22 Apr 2004
Local people will have the opportunity to take part in a community arts project . Hop garden poles will be used to represent different eras in farming from Saxon times through to the present day. Participants of all ages will work with the group to create crafted items to display from the poles, culminating in an event to celebrate the results and to raise awareness of the changes in local farming.
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.
What I Need 06 Oct 2006
The project will 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 the Pyle, Cornelly and Cefn Cribbwr areas.The grant, over three years, will contribute to the part time salaries of a project manager, senior youth worker, deputy senior youth worker and youth workers, transport costs, staff training, resources and training for peer mentoring activities, overheads, and recruitment.
KPC Youth Refurbishment 31 May 2012
Kenfig Hill, Pyle and Cornelly Youth will repair the flat roof of their portacabin where they provide a wide range of activities for young people and families which will prolong the life of the building. The project meets the Awards for All Aim of 'supporting community activity'. This grant for £5,000 will fund roofing repairs.
Grant to Splice Child and Family Ltd 10 Jun 2015
Delivery of a young parents programme (supporting 16-21 year old parents) will enable the charity to strengthen the parenting skills of young disadvantaged people on becoming parents and ensure that a healthy relationship develops with their child.
FINAL PHASE TO REES CENTRE REFURBISHMENT 17 Apr 2016
Talbot Community Centre in Bridgend will use the grant to install a new boiler and sound system to increase accessibility and quality of the Rees Centre, which is attached back-to-back to the Talbot Hall. This grant for Â£3,770 will fund the purchase and installation of a new boiler and sound system.
Towards the rent and utilities for this upcycling furniture project for disabled and disadvantaged people in Durham.
Pyle Project Splice Child and Family 25 Jun 2007
The project is to provide support for families with young children. The money is for a sessional worker.
This group will install lighting around Campsie High Church, as well as improving the surrounding groundwork. The money will be used for installation of lighting poles, lights, slabbing and chippings.
The school will establish extra-curricular clubs in basketball and athletics. The grant will fund 2 mini basketball goals, 1 crash mat and 1 high jump pole.
Grant to Splice Child and Family Ltd 29 Oct 2012
the salaries of the Administrative Assistant and the Finance/Payroll Administrator in Years 1 and 2, and the Child and Family Manager and Child and Family Organiser in Year 2
Carlisle and District Schools Pole Vault Club 12 Nov 2012
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Carlisle and District Schools Pole Vault Club'. This project lists its main activity as Athletics.
Quiet Seating Area 20 Jan 2011
The parent council will install an outdoor seating area for its pupils and the wider community. The school facilities are in the same building as the local community centre in Strathpeffer, so a range of organisations and people will have access to the seating area. The grant will fund a sleeper structure with benches and plants, corner poles with camouflage, an outdoor blackboard, a mushroom table, two magnifying glass poles and two circular eight-seat benches.
Thorn Parent Teacher Association 29 Apr 2009
The group will use the award to fund a welcome plaque, tree seats, four raised sensory beds with benches, a bog garden area and a decor pole.
The Yateley branch of the Women's Institute will repair its hall porch and curtain poles.