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05 May 2004
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Grant to Con Magees GAA Club
A Century of Sport, Heritage and History, Con Magee Glenravel GAA Club (1916-2016)
Amount: £10,000
Recipient: Con Magees GAA Club
Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Carnlough Industrial Heritage Hub Project
Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
EYCH18 Shaped by Industry - Shared with Pride
Grant to The Irish Landmark Trust Limited
EYCH18 Great Lighthouses unlocking our maritime heritage
Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Battlebags' and 'Blimps'- Exploring the Legacies of Whitehead’s WWI Aerodrome
Grant to Bann Maine West
First World War Heritage Project
Amount: £10,000
Recipient: Bann Maine West
equipment, trips, storage
The organisation is established to advance education and support school age children in the Glenravel area. The project will allow the group to purchase materials for arts and craft classes, provide storage space and activities for the summer scheme.
civic week
The group promotes environmental work and supports the local community. The project is to run a civic week, offering events for all age groups designed to promote community harmony and spirit.
gardening club
The group provides a wide range of activities and facilities for the local community. The award will allow the group to establish a gardening club to provide training in gardening and engage local people of all ages in taking care of the local environment.
playground markings
The school provides education and development for school age children in the Carnmoney area. The grant will improve facilities for the children through provision of thermoplastic playground markings.
rent, trips, games equipment, courses
The group provides activities in response to the needs of isolated older people in the community. The project will allow the group to develop activities available through the purchase of equipment and activity costs.
Afterschool club
The group provides an after school provision for nursery/pre-school children in Carrickfergus. The project is to develop the children through creative, educational and structured play.
Colour photocopier
The group promotes personal development health awareness and life long learning for women. The grant is to purchase a colour photocopier which will enhance the work of the forum, therefore attracting more participants.