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- Earliest award date
- 13 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 20 Jul 2020
- Total GBP grants
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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.
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.
Unspecified 19 Oct 2004
The project is to produce hydro electric power to fund future promotion of renewable energy. The money is for the installation of a Hydro Electric power generator.
The project will provide volunteer advocates to provide long term one to one support for adults with learning disabilities to ensure their voices are heard and they are able to obtain their aspirations and rights. _x000B_The grant over 3 years is for 2 part time existing posts (volunteer co-ordinator and administrator), recruitment, general running expenses, training and travel for staff and volunteers, accommodation costs, insurance and accountancy.
Powys Remembers: 60 Years On 08 Dec 2004
The project has encouraged schools in the authority to make links with veterans, both military and civilian, in order to record the memories of those who were involved in WWII, particularly with regard to VE day.
playground markings, activity circuit, training 15 Dec 2004
The school will improve and increase the educational environment for the children by installing playground markings in what is currently a dull playground environment.
Second World War 3 day commemoration event 30 Dec 2004
This formally constituted group would use an award to hold a talk by a Second World War historian to pupils of Bronte Primary School, a reunion dinner for local residents who took part in or contributed to IIWW.
War time celebrations 30 Dec 2004
This formally constituted group would use an award to mark the anniversary of the Second World War. A variety of events has been organised including a 1940's cookery demonstration, reminiscence nights with the Home Guard and the B Special Historical Platoon and a 3 day static exhibition of IIWW memorabilia involving local primary and secondary school children. A Festival Day consisting of a children's 1940's period dress competition, face painting and a balloon release will take place in May 2005.
IIWW reminiscence 30 Dec 2004
This formally constituted group would use an award to mark the anniversary of the Second World War by organising an educational trip to the Scottish National War Memorial and holding 6 weeks of reminiscent classes about the war.
The group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to run craft classes, two outings, IT and cookery classes and produce a monthly newsheet.
Appleby Social Education Centre is part of the Armagh HSST and provides services for adults with learning disabilities to meet their individual and group needs. The grant will fund a pageant with life sized puppets at the Market Place in Armagh, performed by adults with learning disabilities.
Heroes Return 28 Jun 2004
The 728 Squadron Fleet Air Arm in Powys has been awarded a grant towards the travel costs for a commemorative visit to Malta in September of this year. Funding has been provide for 5 Second World War veterans, 1 widow, 4 spouses.
Ystradgynlais ICC 13 Jul 2004
The project will extend the Healthy Living Centre in Ystradgynlais to create a new intergrated childcare centre. It will benefit 310 children and 100 adults. The centre will operate from several sites in the area. Services will include family support sessions, training, early years education, out of school hours childcare, open access play area and crÃ¨che facilities.
The group aims to support the inhabitants of the Greater Portadown area whilst working in partnership with others. The project is to publish a quarterly newsletter on the cultural history of Portadown.
Exhibition of local WW2 memorabilia 24 Mar 2005
This group will use their award to hold a series of events to commemorate the Second World War. An exhibition highlighting local involvement in the War paying particular attention to evacuees, rationing and troops that were stationed locally. There will be a parade by local bands through the town and a VE Day Party in the style of the 1940s.