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Grant to St Aidan's Parish Grange 19 Mar 2015

Re-roofing St Aidan's Parish Church

Grant to St Luke's Parish Church, Loughgall 05 Dec 2017

Partial Re-roof St Luke's Parish Church Loughgall and repoint tower

St Colmcille's Primary School, Armagh - Hall Modernisation 13 May 2004

This grant will allow the school to transform a small indoor dining hall into a multi-use activity facility with sports flooring and disabled toilets/changing area which will be suitable for indoor PE activities. The project will allow staff to deliver new PE activities including dance, short-tennis and gymnastics and offer pupils after school activities in uni-hoc and soccer and provide the only community recreational facility in a rural area.

Hart Memorial Primary School - Multi Use Games Area 13 May 2004

The grant will allow the school to create a high quality multi-use games area for pupils. This will be suitable for use throughout the school year and will accomodate a variety of sports enabling all 339 pupils to participate, for the first time, in two hours of PE each week. The project will also benefit 3,000 people from other schools and the wider community.

Craigavon Watersports Centre 12 May 2005

The grant will be used to build a skate park at Craigavon Watersports Centre and a mobile climbing structure to provide up to 41 schools and 20 community groups with outdoor adventure activities, which they currently have no access to. Pupils as young as eight years will learn climbing skills during curricular and extra curricular hours without leaving their schools. Skateboarders will be able to develop a pathway towards sports such as snowboarding through access to various ramps in the park.

Revenue Award 12 May 2005

The grant will be used to appoint a Community Sports Development Officer in the Southern Area Partnership area. The post holder will implement a comprehensive community sports development strategy focusing on a number of large projects in the portfolio. Advice and support will also be provided to a further 26 projects in the portfolio.

Pathways Project 06 Jul 2005

The project will enable Action Mental Health to continue to deliver personal development, vocational and pre-employment training and employment support to people with mental illness living in the North Down and Ards Borough Council areas.

Little Acorns Playgroup Derrynoose New Premises Scheme (File85) 01 Sep 2005

The project would expand an existing nursery in Derrynoose. It would create additional space and increase the capacity of the nursery from 14 to 26 by providing a new modular building.The one year grant would contribute towards the capital costs of construction, equipment and professional fees.

Community Transport Project 23 Nov 2005

The organisation provides community transport, driver training and transport advice and information in Craigavon and Banbridge. The grant will be used to buy two new replacement minibuses.

Clea PS, Keady - SELB Multi Use Games Area 15 Dec 2005

The grant will create a multi use games area at Clea Primary School, located in an isolated rural area of South Armagh. The project will ensure all pupils receive a minimum of 1.5 hours of PE per week and increase the range of recreational opportunities available to 70 pupils at Clea Primary School. The scheme will further benefit 100 other school users and 30 users from the local sports clubs by providing facilities for sports such as soccer, hurling, camogie and football.

W.E & L.B. Fermanagh Schools Renewable Energy Project 23 Jan 2006

The Project has been developed to demonstrate the use of wood as a fuel in the education sector in Northern Ireland. The project involves the installalation of 3 wood fired boiler systems to provide four schools with their heating and hot water requirements. The project will use approximately 1,300 tonnes of wood pellets each year, generating 90% of the school's heating and hot water demand. The schools will save £5,000 a year, the Board £8,000 and CO2 emissions will be reduced by 80% or 980 tonnes per year

Edenderry Orange Hall Refurbishment 13 Dec 2007

Edenderry Community Development Association based in Portadown will refurbish the Orange Hall providing enhanced facilities to current premises.

Unlocking Community Potential in Magheralin 13 Dec 2007

Magheralin Heritage, Cultural and Community Association aims to refurbish Maralin Orange Hall in Lurgan to provide better facilities for hall users, a women's group, folk group and educational classes.

Refurbishing Tannagh Hill Hall 13 Dec 2007

Tannagh-Hill Rural Development Association will refurbish the Tannagh-Hill hall in Armagh providing enhanced facilities for the local community user's.

Hartford Community Accessibility and Refurbishment project 13 Dec 2007

Hartford Community Development and Cultural Association (HCDCA) will refurbish an Orange Hall in the centre of Armagh City to provide enhanced accommodation for the services provided by the organisation.

Improve facilities at Tullylish GAC 13 Dec 2007

Tullylish Gaelic Athletic Club will extend its clubhouse to provide additional changing accommodation and a large multi purpose room. Additional activities will include provision for juvenile female football for girls aged eight to 14 years and social events which will benefit the wider community and an Irish culture programme.

South Down Community Business Focus 14 Aug 2012

The village of Ballyward, County Down will use the funding to remodel a community building, turning it into a base of operations for small businesses. They will renovate the upstairs into an office complex for rural sole-trader businesses and the kitchen facilities to enable a social enterprise catering firm to operate from the centre. This will generate income from rental payments made by the small businesses to sustain the facility and enable the setting up of new community enterprises.