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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
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Pilot Festival 01 Apr 2004
Denmead will run a week long summer mini community festival at which residents will be able to take part in a range of cultural and sporting activities, including jazz and brass band concerts, skateboard competition, art show, forest forge show and workshops.
Purchase of digital camera & printer 01 Apr 2004
This branch will purchase its first digital camera and printer to record its 70th birthday celebrations. The majority of members are over 70 years old and several will increase their skills by editing the photos on P.C.s. The record of events will then be put into a book which will form the latest edition in a series of scrap books scanning many years and occasions.
Studio Update 01 Apr 2004
This group provide a ward visiting service to collect requests for patients. They will use the award to update and refurbish their studio. computerised playout system and software
Illustrated talks for schools 01 Apr 2004
The group will buy presentation equipment. This will enable them to hold a series of illustrated educational talks and presentations for schools, local community and youth groups. Local people will be provided with a greater awareness of local wildlife and nature conservation.
Epilepsy Information Day 01 Apr 2004
This branch of the Epilepsy Association will stage an information day. It will feature speakers and will be an opportunity for those affected by the condition to learn more about it and the most recent treatments.
Summer Outings 01 Apr 2004
This group provide social activities for local residents. They will use this award to pay for two summer outings. day trip to Alnwick Castle and Gardens and to the Lake District.
New Teams 01 Apr 2004
The club will develop its junior squads and establish a new age group. U12 and U16 teams will be formalised and entered in a league for the forthcoming season, provided with kit and training to enable this to happen. A new U10 squad will be established to compete in a local High 5 league. Local girls will be able to take part in healthy activity and develop their skills at the club.
Equipment for start up 01 Apr 2004
Young people from Reading will have the opportunity to join a new boxing club in Southcote and be trained to increase their levels of exercise and fitness. A volunteer will also be trained to receive ABA coach accreditation.
Meetings and outings 01 Apr 2004
The Association will take its members on social trips of military and educational interest. Older people will be able to go on trips to reduce isolation.
Training and development programme 01 Apr 2004
People from all backgrounds will have the opportunity to develop skills in skiing through a structured training programme to encourage wider participation in the sport. Volunteers will also be coached to increase the club's pool of qualified trainers.
Nature Program 01 Apr 2004
Children from this pre-school will learn about nature in an urban environment through a series of workshops. They will also attend arts sessions where they will base songs and drama on what they have learnt during the project.
Boxing Equipment 01 Apr 2004
This group was set up in 1952 to promote amateur boxing throughout East Durham.The award will be used to upgrade their boxing ring and buy other equipment. boxing ring (including delivery and set up); boxing strip; bunch boy and ladies boxing mitts.
Chess Club 01 Apr 2004
Children from the age of 6 will have the chance to learn how to play chess with the help of coaches. The club will run taster sessions in local schools and organise local competitions.
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.
Installation of a toilet for the disabled 01 Apr 2004
Disabled access will be installed at this village hall to enable everyone to participate in the community activities that take place.
New Minibus 01 Apr 2004
The charity will buy a mini bus to help people with learning difficulties and their families have affordable transport to club meetings and activities.
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.
Access Path 01 Apr 2004
This women's institute promote issues associated with rural life, arts and crafts and science, they will use an award to improve access to their hall by re-laying a pathway which will also have lighting and handrails. access path
40th anniversary celebration 02 Apr 2004
Wyndham branch of the Co-operative Women's Guild is celebrating its 40th anniversary this October and is planning to invite former members to join them in their celebrations and encourage new members to join. The group plan to go on a day trip to Rochdale to see where the Co-operative movement started. The award is for the hire of a bus, entrance fee and refreshments.
Early Years Unit 02 Apr 2004
Funding will allow this school to improve the indoor play equipment of their nursery department. giant soft play box, modular soft play system