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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

Amount: £2,000
Funder: The Tudor Trust
Recipient: Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers
Region: East of England
District: Broadland District

Grant to Royal British Legion 19 Sep 2013

Events to commemorate the Centenary of the First World War in 2014

Grant to Royal British Legion Leiston Branch 13 Feb 2014

Commemorating Leiston in the Great War

Grant to Chelmsford (1925) Branch Royal British Legion 16 Apr 2014

Commemoration Project to raise community awareness of WW1 and it's impact on local heritage

Grant to Volunteering Matters 16 Apr 2014

Selie Suffolk - Bequest & Identity

Grant to The Royal British Legion - Bishop's Stortford Branch 18 May 2016

Restoration of the Bishop's Stortford Old Contemptibles' Standard for public view in our local Museum

Grant to Royal British Legion 06 Dec 2016

Ipswich and the Battle of Arras: 1917-2017

Grant to Chatteris Branch, Royal British Legion 09 Mar 2017

George Clare VC: A town commemorates

Docking Primary School & Nursery - New multi use sports hall 19 Apr 2004

This project will create a new multi-use court sports hall, kitchen facilities and a disabled access toilet at Docking Primary School and Nursery. The project aims to provide a quality indoor facility for school pupils and for the local community. Activities will include football, yoga, keep fit classes and an activities club for retired people. Project beneficiaries include 100 pupils from Docking Primary School and Nursery, 100 pupils from other schools and 160 from the wider community.

Whitlingham OAC - new changing and teaching accomodation 19 Apr 2004

Norfolk County Council will be developing and consolidating existing water sports facilities at the Whitlingham Outdoor Education and Activities Centre (WOEAC), on the Norfolk Broads. It will provide a high quality outdoor education and activities centre for 11,000 school users and 7,000 community users. The Centre will provide teaching, administrative, changing and storage facilities and will work closely with schools, sports clubs and community groups for wider environmental and sports education.

Amount: £1,040,053
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Norfolk County Council
Region: East of England
District: Norwich District

Avenue Middle School - 1 Court Sport Hall 21 Jun 2004

Funding will used to build a one-court sports hall Norwich school, which will also be accessible to Avenue Middle, Parkside Special and Avenue First schools. The aims of the project are to give pupils and the community the chance to participate in a range of sports and physical activities and develop their skills. Sports to be played are tables tennis, basketball, judo and karate. There will be 970 pupil beneficiaries and 6600 visits each year from community users.

Amount: £940,883
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Norfolk County Council
Region: East of England
District: Norwich District

Aylsham High School - 4 Court Sports Hall 21 Jun 2004

Funding will be used to build a four-court sports hall will be built on the school site in Norwich. The school, feeder primaries and the community including local clubs outside school hours will use the sports hall. The aim is to deliver quality PE and sport, develop partnerships to increase health related activities, low charges to maximise inclusion and to target priority groups. 1000 pupils from Aylsham High will benefit along with 500 users from feeder schools and around 12500 community visitors

Amount: £1,372,041
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Norfolk County Council
Region: East of England
District: Broadland District

Framingham Earl High School - 4 Court Sports Hall 21 Jun 2004

This school in Norwich will use funding to construct a new four-court sports hall on the school site. The aims of the project are to raise attainment and develop out of hours activities benefiting 1250 pupils, and to promote community use (16500 visits each year). The High School, local feeder primary schools and the community including local clubs outside school hours will use the sports hall. Activities on offer include football, gymnastics, volleyball and basketball.

Amount: £1,244,654
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Norfolk County Council
Region: East of England
District: South Norfolk District

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.

North West Norfolk Royal British Legion 60th commemorations 24 Mar 2005

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.

Continuation - Earlham & Tuckswood 15 Oct 2004

The grant would be used to sustain 12 after school and 30 before school places for children aged 5 to 16 years in Norfolk. An average of 6 after school and 13 before school places are filled on a daily basis. The project is experiencing problems as fee income is lower than anticipated because the high levels of disadvantage and low parental income have led to the uptake of places being slower than the original market research anticipated.

Amount: £9,659
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Norfolk County Council
Region: East of England
District: Norwich District

Extension of front hall to include disabled toilets and baby-change facilities. 14 Dec 2004

The Legion's hall is used for a variety of clubs and individuals. As part of an ongoing refurbishment project they will extend and develop the front hall to include disabled toilets and baby-changing facilities.

Media and communications workshops 17 Feb 2005

CSV Media is the arm of CSV which seeks to use media to empower and inform people to give different communities a voice. The project 'FIRST' will work with people who are disadvantaged in the labour market and have low levels of IT skills. It will run a series of workshops around the Ipswich area on the subject of interactive storytelling enabling people to share experiences and gain understanding.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Volunteering Matters
Region: East of England
District: Ipswich District