- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 24 Aug 2004
- Latest award date
- 21 Jan 2017
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
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- Total Non-GBP grants
Service 25 May 2005
The Royal British Legion Gwent County Committee have been awarded a grant to hold a Drumhead Service of Thanksgiving to mark the 60th anniversary of the cessation of hostilities of World War Two. The event will be attended by many ex-services and veterans groups and will cover five county authorities in Wales.
WW2 Dinner and Dance 01 Jul 2005
The Hirwaun branch of the Royal British Legion will use their award to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War by holding a dinner for the members and partners.
Benefit To Commemorate 60th anniversary 29 Jul 2005
The Arbertilley branch of the Royal British Legion will use an award to hold a WW2 commemoration night where the group will hold a presentation for those who were involved in the conflicts during WW2.
The project is to recruit volunteers over the age of 50yrs and place them in schools alongside children wh0 need help in developing their basic numeracy and literacy skills. The project will empower older people to engage in local community activity. The grant over three years will partly fund one full time and one part time Schools Project Co-ordinator post, training and travel for staff and volunteers, office equipment, rent and general running expenses.
The Skills Swap Project 21 May 2009
The Skills Swap project will establish three Local Action Groups comprising older and younger people throughout Rhondda Cynon Taf that will plan and facilitate a programme of intergenerational 'Skills Swap' sessions to be delivered in community venues and schools.
S.H.A.R.E 10 Jan 2013
CSV will engage young volunteers across Gwent to produce a DVD aimed at giving parents the information and skills to discuss relationships and sexual health with their children. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving the quality of life'. This grant for Â£4,928 will fund staff and volunteer expenses, promotion and marketing, DVD production and a community launch event.
Beyond Transitions 21 Jan 2017
Volunteering Matters will use the grant to support younger people with disabilities in Blaenau Gwent by providing them with skills and empowering them during the transition from education to further education, employment or training. This grant for Â£5,000 will fund volunteer expenses, mentor training, stationery and telephone costs, promotional materials, evaluation, and administration support.
Grant to Little Newcastle Community Association in conjunction with Royal British Legion, Pembrokeshire 30 May 2014
Interpreting World War 1 through Commemoratives
Parade, Service and Two Hour Concert 22 Jul 2005
A project to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2 with the provision of a parade, open air service and concert for the benefit of members of this group and the wider community of Buckley, Flintshire.
Street Party and Photo Gallery 22 Jul 2005
A project to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2 with the provision of a street party and exhibition for the benefit of members of this community based in Llanrwst, Conwy.
Sex Matters 25 May 2010
Sex Matters aims to improve the sexual health and well-being of young people aged 14 - 25 living in disadvantaged areas of Gwent. Working with Gwent NHS Trust 150 young people will be recruited and trained as Sex Matters volunteers. After receiving relevant training the volunteers will set-up and deliver 288 Sex Matters workshops over 3 years.
Welcome Friends 29 Mar 2011
This project will enable people over 50 to address issues of loneliness. The project will be delivered in three strands addressing the needs of younger beneficiaries by encouraging volunteering to delay the effects of aging, those isolated or in care who can leave their homes to attend activity 'hubs' and those who through age or infirmity are housebound and will need one to one volunteer support to follow their interests.
The Builth Wells and District British Legion will purchase IT equipment to enable better communication to the public and their members. The project will provide opportunity to extend the activities of the British Legion more widely. The project meets the Awards for All aim of extending access and participation. The grant for Â£1,775 will fund a projector, screen, laptop and portable speaker system.
The project is to set up craft/social clubs for older people. The money is for hire of meeting rooms, materials and travel costs for outings.
Party At the Emlyn Arms Function Room 15 Jul 2005
A project to benefit the members of the Newcastle Emlyn Royal British Legion branch through the provision of a party at the Emlyn arms for all generations._x000B_
Church service and Parade in llangollen 05 Aug 2005
Llangollen and District Royal British Legion have been awarded a grant to help commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2. They will have a Parade through the streets of Llangollen with a Church Service and buffet.
Marquee and presentation equipment 17 Jul 2006
The project is to promote the work of the Royal British Legion. The money is for a marquee, computer and presentation equipment.