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The group provides support and social, recreational and educational activities for older people in its community in the Portadown area. The grant will fund a programme of activities for 1 year aimed at older people.
travel, accomodation, meals, excursions, ICT facilities
The school provides secondary grammar education for young people in the Lurgan area. The grant will fund a link project to develop a partnership with a school from differing background.
The project is a summer holiday activity scheme for children.The money is for materials, equipment, travel and volunteer expenses.
A Second World War Veteran from Powys has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in April of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
The group is established to advance education concerning history, language, literature and culture. The project will increase participation in physical activity through the provision of dance classes.
Gym and Swimming for Men
The group aims to encourage and facilitate participation in physical activity for men over 50 living in the Lurgan and surrounding area. The grant will fund gym and swimming sessions for men over 60 years old.
The group organises various social, educational and health related events for the over 50's in the Portadown area. The project will increase physical activity amongst older people by organising events that promote exercise suitable for a range of abilities.
Rekindling Old Customs
The group organises activities based on old customs for its community. The grant will fund a series of old custom activities aimed at encouraging people to become active both physically and mentally.
The group is established to advance education and to advance a feminist perspective on religion. The project will introduce both male and female participants from a rural area to movement and meditation.
The project is to improve facilities at a playgroup.The money is for a computer, toys and furniture.
The project is to improve facilities at a playgroup.The money is for a shed, toys and equipment.
The project is refurbishment of disabled toilet facilities at a hall.The money is for painting and decoration costs.
The project is to recruit new members and volunteers for a community transport scheme. The money is for publicity and training in first aid, manual handling and fire evacuation.
The association promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of people living in and around the Richhill area of Armagh. The grant will fund the purchase of stacking chairs for its hall, it leases.
25th anniversary celebrations
The group promotes the creative, educational, cultural and charitable aspects of flower arranging in the Armagh and district area for anyone who is interested. The grant will fund costs for a 25th anniversary including guest speakers and demonstrations on floral art.
The group provides social, recreational and educational activities for older people. The project will assist the group to run a series of dance classes which will encourage older people to be more physically active.
Old Tyme Dancing
The organisation provides facilities in the interests of social welfare for its community and advances public knowledge and the appreciation of the Ulster Scots culture. The grant will fund twelve nights of Old Tyme dancing for older and less abled people.
Health, mind and body classes.
The grant will be used to deliver a structured programme of gentle exercise suitable for older people.
A Second World War Widow from Welshpool has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Singapore + Thailand in March of this year.
Trip to official VE / VJ celebrations in London
This formally constituted organisation would use an award to enable 36 Irish war veterans to attend the official VE / VJ celebrations in London on 10 July 2005. The members of this association have been especially invited in recognition of their important work during the Second World War.