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07 Apr 2004
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11 Dec 2020
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Grant to CITB NI
Heritage Specialist Apprenticeship Programme
Amount: £379,000
Recipient: CITB NI
Grant to Burnside Ulster Scots Society
Sixmilewater to Ancre a WW1 commemoration by Burnside Ulster Scots Society
Grant to Church Lads' & Church Girls' Brigade
Commemorating the Contribution of Irish Church Lads to the Great War
Grant to Riverside Special School
Enjoy, explore, experience local heritage
Grant to Randalstown Arches Association
Re-think: Educational project and exhibition with linen / flax theme
Heroes Return
A Second World War Veteran from Ireland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in August of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.
equipment, venue hire, travel
The group provides opportunities for senior citizens to come together to socialise and learn new skills. The project will help with costs towards trips to places of interest including museums, heritage centres, theatres and public parks, as well as activities within the local vicinity.
Outdoor playground markings
The school provides education and development of primary age children in the Newtownabbey area. The grant will fund the provision of permanently marked play areas on the school grounds for use by children and young people in the local community.
new equipment and arts materials
The group runs a youth club for 5-18 year olds. The project will help with costs to buy new equipment and art materials, to extend and develop existing services for local young people.
Salaries, running costs and overheads
The organisation provides a drop-in 'clubhouse' facility, open 365 days a year, for people with mental health problems. The project will provide a drop-in facility for people with mental health problems and include 'disguised' training in the form of home management, IT skills and keep fit, advice and support and recreational and social activities.
Amount: £56,490
Recipient: Rehability
sheltered area for residents with disabled access
The group provides recreational activities for tenants of a Fold Housing complex. The project is to erect a summer house with disabled access for the residents.
IT Courses
The group provides support, care and facilities for education, training and rehabilitation for the local community. The project will help with costs to purchase computer equipment, a photocopier and IT workshops to enable member of the community to learn new skills.
playground markings, costs and expenses
The school wishes to improve and increase the educational environment for the children by installing new thermoplastic playground markings.
Tours of different locations, meals, bus hire.
The group provides social, recreational and educational activities for older people. The award will allow the group to undertake outings and trips to local heritage centres.