- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 09 Mar 2017
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Grant to Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers 20 Mar 2015
as a staff grant towards the running costs of an organisation which brings people together to knit and sew for good causes
Commemoration Project to raise community awareness of WW1 and it's impact on local heritage
The Legacy of the 1914-18 War
Hadleigh Great War Centenary Project
Restoration of the Bishop's Stortford Old Contemptibles' Standard for public view in our local Museum
Cambridgeshire LEA will use this funding to provide a floodlit multi-use games area, clubhouse and changing facilities benefiting the school's 1500 pupils and 2,408 users from 14 feeder primary schools. This facility will enhance the curriculum by providing a wider range of activities including netball, tennis and basketball and will encourage students to participate in after school activities. Around 420 community users will also benefit from the improved facilities.
Manor Community College - 3 Court Sports Hall 19 Apr 2004
Cambridgeshire LEA will use funding to provide a 3-court sports hall with a covered path to the existing changing rooms at Manor Community College, benefiting its 300 pupils. This will allow the school to fulfil the standards of the national curriculum and will be accessible to the 1020 pupils from the feeder primary schools. There will be increased opportunities in a range of PE activities including girls' football, netball, table tennis and basketball. Up to 800 members of the community will also benefit
Entertainment afternoon 24 Mar 2005
This branch of the Royal British Legion will use their award to hold a reunion to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
Children from the Thriplow Church of England Primary School will interview local veterans in Duxford to find out what it was like to live during the Second World War. These interviews will be recorded so that they can be used in the future by schools and history societies.
The Royal British Legion North West Norfolk branch will use their award to hold a range of activities to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the end of the War. These activities will involve a street party, 1940s style Tea Dance, 1940s Big Band Dance, Parade and a Commemorative service.
Cottenham Primary School - Playground Markings 06 Sep 2004
This project will improve the school playground . There will be new markings and new equipment for a variety of activities including short tennis, netball, football, basketball, cricket and traditional playground games. The activities will be zoned to allow several activities to take place at once and will benefit 547 pupils from the school, 60 from other schools and 40 community users.
This project involves resurfacing and marking existing hard courts for tennis and netball. Neale Wade has a successful tennis development scheme and the aim is to build on this by providing more safe and high quality surfaces for the sport. There will be three tennis courtsand two netball courts. There will be 1400 pupil beneficiaries, 100 from other schools and 500 community visits.
Witchford Village College - Cricket Nets 06 Sep 2004
This project will create a three-bay galvanised steel cricket net 'cage' with a woven synthetic turf surface. The facility will enable beginners and county level users to practise the full range of batting and bowling skills, and will help develop confidence and enthusiasm in pupils and staff. The project will benefit 860 pupils at the college, 698 from other colleges and 125 community users.
Almost 20,000 students in Cambridgeshire will soon be climbing the walls in the name of fitness and fun. The Grafham Water Centre has received a grant to build a new multi-use indoor facility to encourage physical activity all year round. The primary activities within the centre will be climbing and archery.
Cambridgeshire County Council will build a new dance and conditioning studio and upgrade existing changing provision at Cottenham Village College. The studio will provide a facility for dance, yoga, aerobics and martial arts. The project is intended to particularly increase use amongst teenage girls, but it will benefit the 900 pupils at Cottenham Village College, 55 from the co-located Student Support Centre and 55 from other local schools. It will also be used for around 2250 community visits each year.