- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 29 May 2020
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Club development 22 Apr 2004
Local children from the Wolverton area will benefit from this Club's project to develop its activities. It will carry out a publicity campaign to increase membership, develop a website and provide a training programme to train and retain coaches.
Football Coaching 22 Apr 2004
Morden Girls League was established to provide football for girls aged 13-15 living in and around Merton. Their philosphy is to provide free football so that there is no barrier to participation for gils from large and disadvantage families. Coaching qualification for managers #115x12= #1,380, Training equipment ball, cones, bibs #1,245, 5 volunteer referees cost #735, matchday equipment eg balls, corner posts #1,030, child protection #204, four newsletters #162
Church Hall Improvements 22 Apr 2004
Framfield Parochial Church Council will improve its community hall to ensure it is fully accessible for disabled people. Disabled user parking spaces will be provided as will improved access and a handrail. This will make sure that the whole community can take part and enjoy the range of activities that take place in the hall.
The school will use the award to run a programme of sports activities comprising football, tennis, cricket and high fives. coaching costs @ #19.55 per hour.
IT equipment 22 Apr 2004
Members of this Corps will be able to train through interactive learning as a result of a lottery grant. A laptop computer, screen, projector and digital camera will be used both in the classroom and outdoors to increase the standard and type of tuition available.
Start up costs 22 Apr 2004
This group started in December 2003 to provide free musical education for the benefit of disadvantaged children and young people of Thamesmead. An award would pay for set-up costs, teachers tuition, musical instruments and books. The main activity would be to provide music tuitions on Saturdays. Music teachers tuitions at #20/hour (#2280); Refreshments (#50); Music books (#32); Music instruments (#705); Rent (#1500); Publicity (#32); Out-of-pocket volunteer expenses (#200)
Day Centre 22 Apr 2004
This group provides information and support to Kurdish and Turkish people living in the UK. The group have identified, through a survey, a lack of amenities for elderly people from their community. The group would therefore like to set up a day centre with advice and activities for it elderly community. The group would also like to provide either breakfast or lunch for its members to guarantee them at least one meal a day as they are also economically disadvantaged.
Tennis Coaching 22 Apr 2004
The tennis club will start up and manage a lunchtime and after-school club at Haddenham Junior School. This will provide an opportunity for more young people to learn the sport of tennis and eventually provide the club with more members.
Spiritual Balance and Well Being 22 Apr 2004
A Healing Journey is a personal and spiritual growth course for gay men which aims to confront and deal with primary problems and issues in the gay community - developing, building and strengthening the gay community, amintain, improve and support the health of HIV positive gay men and contribute to the reduction of HIV transmission. They aim to run a new project this autumn 2004 in London
Maximum Play 2004 22 Apr 2004
This group provide educational development for children fron congo in particularly and other African children. they provide social and leisure activities and welfare issues Trip to Brighton Â£1000, trip to London Zoo Â£300, play days refreshment Â£20x16 weeks Â£960, entry fees leisure activies Â£500, vol expenses Â£5x5volx16 weeks Â£1200
IT equipment 22 Apr 2004
New equipment will enhance the level of training this squadron of the ATC can provide. Its members will be able to improve current skills and develop new ones, including the use of the digital camera on outdoor expeditions.
New Equipment 22 Apr 2004
This squadron of the ATC will buy new presentation equipment to enhance the regular training delivered by the group. It will also enable the squadron to undertake new courses and transmit some of them over the internet.
IT and OHP Equipment 22 Apr 2004
With an award this Air Training Course will buy IT equipment to provide interactive learning and training to young people in a range of courses including, BTEC award recognition in aviation studies, first aid, Duke of Edinburgh awards and mountain leadership. The camera will be used on outdoor expeditions to record and demonstrate learning experiences.
Group to send volunteers on FA approved training courses in order that the young players have appropriately qualified training.
Various projects 22 Apr 2004
This group aims to improve quality of life of refugees and asylum seekers from the D.R. Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya etc by providing interpretation, translation advice and information services, promote educational and training for the community and offer leisure and recreational activities to overcome isolation. They apply funding for set up their office and activities
Introductory Nature Programme 22 Apr 2004
The pre-school will run an environmental project in conjunction with the Wildlife Trust. Young children will get the chance to learn about the environment through singing, dancing and art. They will also have the opportunity to visit Wildlife Trust centres to stimulate interest in the environment. Summer, Autumn and Spring programmes will be delivered over the three pre-school terms.
Basketball with MK Lions 22 Apr 2004
This special school will set up an after school basketball club for pupils in conjunction with MK Lions. A development day with the Club will create initial interest in basketball and encourage maximum participation in the after school sessions. Young children with special needs will develop their skills through professional coaching, taking part in a physical activity outside of the normal school day.
Hockey and cricket after school clubs 22 Apr 2004
This school is applying to set up new lunchtime and after school clubs for hockey and cricket. Qualified coaches will run the sessions and will be assisted by teachers. They also plan to host tournaments for the school and the community. 76 hours of Cricket coaching at #15 an hour (#1140); 76 hours of Hockey coaching at #15 an hour (#1140); Cricket equipment (#484); Hockey equipment (#1333); General safety equipment (#135)
Recreation ground 22 Apr 2004
Village receive an award to improve recreational facilities in the village by providing a tarmac area for games, seating and toddler equipment.
Conigre Playground Renewal Group 22 Apr 2004
The Parish Council will renew and extend its playground which is 20 years old in danger of closure due to health and safety reasons. The new playground will provide a range of activities for children aged 2 - 12 years including equipment accessible for children with disabilities.