- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 21 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 23 May 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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LifeLines 20 Apr 2016
This is the expansion of a project supporting volunteers aged 50 plus to run activities for vulnerable older people to improve health and well-being. These have previously included art classes, creative writing, yoga and computer club. The group will expand across the city, recruiting more volunteers, supporting more than 800 new people and establishing a Menâ€™s Network to encourage older men to socialise regularly. It will also extend its HealthLink scheme to help older people get to medical appointments.
Kilkeel RBL - Saving Our Community Venue 22 Oct 2015
The group is a community and voluntary based organisation providing a range of services and activities to the local community. They received a grant of Â£10,000 to make improvements to their venue so that it can be used for more classes and activities.
RBL Portstewart Branching Out 26 Apr 2018
The group, based in Portstewart, are using a grant of £6,500 to replace their hall’s heating system and improve its insulation, making it more usable for community events.
D-Day Commemoration Service and Parade 25 Jun 2004
The Northenden branch of the Royal British Legion have been awarded a grant to enable them to hold a commemmoration service and parade in celebration of the anniversary of D-Day. Various old comrades groups and associations will be represented. The event will culminate in a concert by the local silver band.
Weekend D-Day celebration event 25 Jun 2004
The Gateshead branch of the Royal British Legion has been awarded a grant towards their weekend of celebrations in commemoration of the D-Day landings. This will involve a church service as well as entertainments and refreshments. The event is open to all residents in the Gateshead area.
Northern Remembrance Concert 24 May 2004
The organisation, in general, safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who served in the armed forces. With the funding it will arrange for the Royal Marine band to visit and perform at the first Northern Remembrance Concert in Manchester that the British Legion will host. The event will enhance community spirit whilst at the same time create a platform for inter-generational relationship development. It will also develop comradeship and audience participation.
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.
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.
Raising Awareness of Bogus Callers 07 Sep 2005
This award will help raise older people's awareness of distraction burglaries/bogus callers. Volunteers will provide information and advice about prevention tactics and how older people could best respond to an unusual caller. Isolated older people will be particularly targeted for this service with advice sessions being given mainly to small groups of older people and through community groups.
CSV 15 Apr 2009
This organisation will set up a new sustainability initiative, creating a website for schools and their communities in the highlands to share experiences. The website will focus on eco projects, learning new ways to live sustainably, preserving energy and actioning change. The grant will be used to pay for website design, event staff costs, catering and volunteer expenses.
Battlefields Visit Dunkirk 15 Jan 2009
This branch of the Royal British Legion will use a grant to plan a trip with local Sea Cadets to the site of the Royal Navy evacuation of thousands of troops from the beeches of Dunkirk. Professional guides will inform the members and cadets of the historical site and on their return the cadets will then inform other cadets and schools of their experience by showing a DVD recording of their visit.
Parade and Church Service VE VJ Day celebrations 24 Feb 2005
This branch of the Royal British Legion will use its award to organise a parade through the town centre accompanied by a marching band. This will be followed by a summer fair with an open-air Drumhead service.
Puzzle Island: 'play your own way' 30 May 2007
Puzzle Island will be a mobile play experience adaptable to any outdoor space and will be flexible to meet the needs of the children and adults playing. A range technologies, such as GPS, solar panels, Meccano, crafts and photography, will be used to create an imaginative adventure game featuring challenges and problem-solving elements tailored to the interests of the children involved.
War Graves Visit 11 Apr 2007
The group provides support to families and partners of ex-service people, throughout the city of Lisburn. The grant will enable the group to travel to London en route to The Somme.
Sound System 25 Jun 2007
The project is to improve the group's facilities so that people with hearing impairment can participate.The money is for the purchase of amplification equipment.
Visit to the British war graves in Belgium 20 Feb 2007
The award will contribute towards the cost of travel as part of a trip to the First World War graves in Belgium for members who have close relatives buried there.
Pilgrimage to Normandy 22 Feb 2007
This branch of the Royal British Legion will visit Normandy to see the site of the landing of the Durham Light Infantry. Both veterans and cadets will visit the site.
Band Performance 25 May 2005
This branch of the Royal British Legion will use their award to transport the National Youth band of the Royal British Legion to Devon so that they can participate in the 60th anniversary celebrations.
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.