- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 20 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 08 Jun 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Run for Fun 06 May 2014
Funding under Sport England's Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled 'Run for Fun'. This project is a Athletics project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
Grant to 2nd Rye Guides 21 Mar 2018
2nd Rye Guides provides a welcoming girl only space for girls and young women to have fun and develop skills. Funding was provided for a wooden building to securely store all their camping equipment.
Grant to 1st Rye Brownies 14 Jul 2017
1st Rye Brownies Brownies is a club for girls aged 6-11 years which provides members with new experiences, outings and a wide range of activities. Funding was provided to enable them to build raised beds in the grounds of Rye Scout Centre.
1st Saltley Guides Growth and Retention 14 Jul 2017
1st Saltley (Birmingham) Guides would like a grant of £1000 towards taster sessions. They work with young girls between the age of 10-14. They would like to attract more members in a hard to reach area.
1st Silksworth Brownies Pack Holiday Weekend 2018
To purchase camping equipment.
The award will enable the group to hold celebrations for their 25th Birthday across the county, and supply them with IT equipment which will allow them to advertise events and groups more widely. computer system, office equipment and costs towards fun weekend.
Refurbishment of main hall 05 Oct 2004
A project to pay for refurbishment and upgrade of this groups main hall in Bewdley, Wyre Forest. The grant will pay for painting, curtains and carpeting.
Unspecified 19 Oct 2004
The project is to increase the facilities and activities for the group. The money is for books, storage, games, computer equipment and travel costs.
Start up costs 21 Oct 2004
This is a new rainbow group for young girls aged between 5 and 7 years old. This is a much needed facilitiy for this age group in the community as their are no other facilities available to them. The members will take part in activities such as crafts, games and trips out. The young people will learn how to interact with each other and the local community.Uniforms, Digital Camera, parachute and games, storage boxes, craft resources and girl guiding resources and badges.
Holiday 21 Oct 2004
This group would like to visit Paris during Easter 2005. This project will give the girls the opportunity to develop new skills and experience a different culture. For many of them it will be their first trip abroad and for some it will be their only holiday of the year. contribution to coach and accommodation (#5,000)