- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 15 Nov 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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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.
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.
weeks course in Scotland 03 Feb 2005
This guide group will be able to take part in an Outward Bound course in Scotland including rock climbing, abseiling, problem solving, canoeing and camping. The course will build team working skills as well as promoting confidence and self esteem.
Duke of Edinburgh's Award 23 May 2005
With help from a Lottery grant Meon Valley Rangers will be able to offer its members the opportunity to complete the Silver and Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards. A grant will pay for the necessary specialised lightweight camping equipment for the expeditions and will allow two volunteers to complete the mountain leader and first aid courses needed before the training and assessment of the Duke of Edinburgh Award can take place.
The project is develop adventurous activities which would not ordinarily be available or would be out of financial reach for young people. Money is for boating, climbing, riding and sailing activities.
New Opportunities For Hurst Division Guides 10 Aug 2006
A project to purchase camping equipment for this girl guide division in London, to allow members to experience camping and learn related skills.
Mexico 2008 - Girl Guiding U.K. 22 Aug 2007
This girl guide group will travel to Mexico to participate in community work during the summer of 2008. They will attend a training course in London ahead of their trip.
Residential and funday 20 Jul 2006
This Girl Guides group in Southwark will provide a weekend residential and a local fun day for brownies and girl guides from the Rotherhithe and Bermondsey area.
Mid Gower District Girl Guides will take 220 girl guides to Longleat Safari park, to increase interaction between the sections of girl guides. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'improving quality of life'. The money is for travel and fees for the park.
This is a project by a charity in Dartford. The group will use the funding to take disadvantaged young people in their group on a summer activity week and for educational trips. This will provide adventurous outdoor and social experiences for young people, many of whom are from low income or single parent families.
Centenary Celebration For Guides 16 Apr 2009
This project in Dartford will arrange a visit to York to celebrate the Centenary of Guiding and provide all Girl Guides from within the local area with an opportunity to further their understanding of their heritage.
A project by this girl guides group based in Great Wyrley, Staffordshire, to provide the girls in the guide group with a series of sessional social activities. Such activities will include trips to different UK cities, a camping trip and a visit to the zoo, whilst other activities such as fathers' sports day and a mothers' pampering day will enable the girls families to take part.
Continuity in a digital world 27 Oct 2011
This is a project by a charity in Westminster. The group will use funding to purchase a second Content Management System to run its website. This will increase the efficiency and reliability of the organisation providing information and volunteer opportunities to the community online.
This is a project by a community group based in Bromley. They will use funding to renovate their existing facilities, which are not compliant with health and safety legislation. This will make the facilities available to other community groups.