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Funders:
The National Lottery Community Fund
Districts:
Northumberland
Amounts:
£10,000 - £50,000

Results

toys and cupboard 01 Apr 2004

This church would like to improve the facilities in its community building. The award will provide toys and lockable storage cabinets for use by the groups that use the hall. toys and lockable storage cabinets.

Amount: £1,026
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Ponteland United Reform Church
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Refurbishment 01 Apr 2004

This group provides adult education, recreational activities, youth work and practical services to voluntary groups. They will use the award to buy furniture and refurbish their community centre. furniture, lighting and decorating

Increase Membership 01 Apr 2004

This group promotes the sport of tennis. The award means they can advertise their club in order to attract new members. They will also be able to set up 'mini tots tennis' sessions to encourage participation in the sport from an early age and set up an 'equipment pool' to allow any new members to try the sport before having to purchase the associated equipment. publicity costs, costs of 'mini-tots tennis' (venue hire and equipment), equipment.

Amount: £3,300
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Berwick Tennis Club
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Windows and floor 01 Apr 2004

This group maintain and manage the village hall which is the only community building in the area. The award will be used to replace the floor and windows. repair, sand and seal floor; fit new windows

Amount: £5,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Slaley Commemoration Hall
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

extend age range 01 Apr 2004

This toy library currently caters for children up to the age of 9. This award will allow them to extend this age range. sports and games equipment.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Northumberland Toy Library
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Equipment 02 Apr 2004

This organisation aims to keep alive the traditional practices of pigeon racing. The group will use the award to purchase extra equipment in order to encourage new members, particularly young people. baskets and junior racing clocks.

Amount: £1,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: The Holywell Homing Society
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

IT equipment 02 Apr 2004

This pre-school looks after children between the ages of 2 1/2 - 4 years. Funding will enable this group to purchase essential IT equipment that will be used by both parents and children. it will attract new families and also aid the staff by enabling more effecient systems with regards to the running of the pre-school. desk top computer, laptop, digital camera, printer, scanner, installation, insurance and additional software.

Amount: £2,499
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Stampers Pre School Playgroup
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Toddler Group 02 Apr 2004

This community association will use its award to set up and equip a toddler group for children up to 3 years old. equipment and carpet

Amount: £3,120
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Burnside Community Association
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

I T equipment 02 Apr 2004

This local history society provides various presentations relating the local history of the area, the award will be used to purchase IT equipment that will greatly assist them in the production and standard of this information. lap top, computer software, case and scanner, photo quality printer, digital camera, digital voice recroder, powerpoint projector, cd's and minidiscs

access road 02 Apr 2004

This group provides water skiing opportunities for both its members and the general public. The award will be used to provide vehicular access to the water's edge allowing disabled access. access road.

Amount: £5,000
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Merlin Brae Water Ski Club
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004

A Second World War Veteran from Northumberland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Italy in Mayof this year. _x000B__x000B_Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran

Drop-in Cafe 05 May 2004

The project is to provide a cafe style information and advice drop in service for young people in Blyth Valley. The service includes advice and information on a range of issues (sexual health, mental health, drugs, alcohol, etc.), free computer access and access to G.Ps, nurses and a CAB advice worker.

Amount: £190,167
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Blyth Young Peoples Centre
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Woodworking Workshop 07 May 2004

This spiritual and religious group will use an award to hold a woodwork shop where a professional sculptor will also attend and teach the group. professional sculptor fees

Amount: £500
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Shepherds Dene Retreat House
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Cultural awareness 07 May 2004

The award will allow this school to address cultural diversity by running a music/dance/arts performance in collaboration with other schools. facilitators fees, drummers fees, artists fees, transport costs, venue hire.

Amount: £1,975
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Corbridge Middle School
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Feasibility Study 07 May 2004

This group provide a local facility for use by local community groups and residents. The award will allow the group to commission a feasibility study to determine the options for the future development of the hall. Substantial community consultation will take place to guide the study and help to make a decision on the options available. architects quote, community questionnaires, facility hire.

Cramlington Kids Club Open Day 07 May 2004

This group provide flexible childcare for parents in the area for children aged between 6 weeks and 13 years. They will use the award to hold a marketing event that will further raise the awareness and facilities of the group available to parents in the area. The event will be a fun day for all the family and will have a fun fair theme to it, it will also include clowns, magicians and face painting. fun fair activities

Amount: £3,500
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Cramlington Kids Club Limited
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Away From Harm Project 07 May 2004

This group promote the benefit of people aged 5-18 years in their area. The award means they can run monthly 'feel good' sessions for local youngsters. Separate sessions will be run for boys and girls. The sessions will use a range of techniques from hair care to self defence lessons as a way of increasing self confidence in the participants in order to to help them to make positive life choices. professional workers, venue hire, youth workers, transport, equipment and consumables.

Amount: £3,680
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: The Hastings Initiative
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Kitchen 07 May 2004

This group provide a community facility for the residents of the local neighbourhood. The award means they can upgrade their kitchen facilities. kitchen upgrade.

Amount: £4,840
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: St. Cuthberts P. C. C.
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Upgrade Equipment 07 May 2004

This group promote and provide activities to encourage members of the community to learn about and enjoy photography. The award will be used to upgrade equipment. projector, laptop, scanner and digital camera.

Amount: £4,548
Funder: The Big Lottery Fund
Recipient: Morpeth Camera Club
Region: North East
District: Northumberland

Development Project 07 May 2004

This group provides and maintains a village hall for the inhabitants of the area. The award means they can build a new entrance with disabled toilets and an exterior ramp. They will also be able to build an internal ramp to provide wheelchair access to the main hall. building costs.