- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 21 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 17 Mar 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
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Disabled access 21 May 2004
This branch of Royal British Legion provides social facilities for ex-service men and their guests without their having to join the club. They seek funding for disabled access to the club. Contribution towards disabled access (Â£5000).
The Stepping Stones Project 14 Sep 2004
The Stepping Stones Project addresses a gap in service provision for homeless people in Barnet. The project will operate on Sunday and Bank Holidays to complement a week-day service run by Homeless Action in Barnet at the same location. Homeless people will be provided with meals and supported to access services in areas such as health, personal hygiene and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Volunteers will receive training to help broaden their experience and develop their skills.
Older people volunteering at primary schools 11 Jan 2005
The project will empower older people to take an active part in their communities by giving them the opportunity to take the lead in designing and delivering voluntary services to support the development of children in Hackney and Tower Hamlets. Older volunteers will work in primary schools to provide support for pupils, especially those for whom English is an additional language.
Concert, Reunion and Display 24 Mar 2005
The West Wickham branch of The Royal British Legion will use their grant to commemorate both VE and VJ Days by holding a concert, parade and Drum Head Service. The group will also be visiting schools to talk to school children about WW2.
Celebration and musical festival 14 Apr 2005
The South West Hampton Branch of the Royal British Legion have been awarded a grant to allow them to carry out a 60th anniversary celebration meal and film afternoon for their members.
Children's Party and Parade 28 Apr 2005
The Edmonton branch of the Royal British Legion will use an award to commemorate the 60th anniversary by holding a children's party and an adult's evening event, followed by a parade and service of remembrance.
WW2 Storytelling 28 Apr 2005
The Community Service Volunteers will use their award to carry out oral reminiscence sessions at 9 locations nationwide (Belfast, Glasgow, Manchester, Middlesbrough, London, Plymouth, Brighton, Ipswich and Birmingham). memories and experiences of veterans will be recorded by trained staff and will then be transcribed onto a CD for local distribution and also put on the BBC People's War website.
Street Party Celebration 12 May 2005
The Leyton Club of the Royal British Legion will use their award to hold a reunion / street party to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. The event will involve wartime music and games with adults dressing in period costume._x000B_
VE/VJ Day 60th Anniversary Celebrations 12 May 2005
The New Edgeware branch of The Royal British Legion will use a grant to organise a series of activities designed to celebrate 60 years of peacetime since VE/VJ Day. The first component will entail a reunion of veterans and those that lived through the War under the title of 'Blitz Night', which will include food and period entertainment alongside a memorabilia display. A similar evening will also be carried out for the broader community.
60th Anniversary Celebrations 17 Jun 2005
The Royal British Legion Club in Upminster will use an award to hold four commemorative parties marking the 60th Anniversary of key dates in the ending of WW2.
VE and VJ Day event 17 Jun 2005
The Paddington branch of the Royal British Legion will use an award to host a service of remembrance and thanksgiving to commemorate the 60th anniversary of V.E. Day and V.J. Day.
VE/VJ Day Celebration 24 Jun 2005
The Chingford Branch of The Royal British Legion will use a grant to organise a social evening for its members to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of VE/VJ Day. This will involve branch members, a large number of veterans and various other members of the local community. The evening will consist of an evening meal with period music. This is to be complemented by a large-scale service of remembrance to be carried out in conjunction with other local groups and youth organisations.
VJ Day Commemorations 24 Jun 2005
The Royal British Legion (Chislehurst Branch) from Kent will use an award to fund travel expenses for its members to spend a day visiting war museums, for example the Imperial War Museum. Further funds have been awarded for the group to hold one party for WW2 veterans at which there will also be a reunion for members of the Land Army, Bevin Boys and evacuees from the region.
A project to commemorate the events leading to the end of WW2 with the provision of a VE day celebration for the benefit of members of this group based in Honor Oak and Brockley, Lewisham and the wider community.
VE/VJ Commemorative parade and service 08 Jul 2005
The North East County of the Royal British Legion will use their award to hold a commemoration parade and service to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of World War Two. The event is open to the whole community. E
Volunteer Britain 14 Jul 2005
Community Service Volunteers (CSV) works to reconnect people to their community through volunteering and training and to enrich people?s lives. This project will produce short audio and visual clips on volunteer's experiences, produced by the volunteers themselves. CSV will showcase the clips in order to recognise their efforts and promote volunteering to others, through radio, TV and at local community events. This will be done in conjunction with the 'Year of the Volunteer' campaign.
Evening Celebration with food and presentations 29 Jul 2005
A project to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2 with the provision of an evening celebration for the benefit of members of this group and the wider community of Heston, Hounslow.
Raising Awareness of Bogus Callers 07 Sep 2005
This award will help raise older people's awareness of distraction burglaries/bogus callers. Volunteers will provide information and advice about prevention tactics and how older people could best respond to an unusual caller. Isolated older people will be particularly targeted for this service with advice sessions being given mainly to small groups of older people and through community groups._x000B_
To provide a dedicated volunteer transport service for carers, young and old. Drivers will be recruited from the older, retired population to provide the service throughout Ceredigion. The funding, over three years, will pay the salary of the Scheme Co-ordinator, recruitment, general running expenses, travel and training, producing information, office equipment and organisational overheads. _x000B__x000B_Bydd y prosiect yn darparu gwasanaeth trafnidiaeth gwirfoddol pwrpasol i ofalwyr hen ac ifanc.