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Earliest award date
07 Apr 2004
Latest award date
11 Dec 2020
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Grant to Community Relations Forum
Looking Back: Moving Forward
Amount: £91,700
Grant to Burnside Ulster Scots Society
Sixmilewater to Ancre a WW1 commemoration by Burnside Ulster Scots Society
Amount: £9,500
Grant to Church Lads' & Church Girls' Brigade
Commemorating the Contribution of Irish Church Lads to the Great War
Grant to Riverside Special School
Enjoy, explore, experience local heritage
Amount: £10,000
Grant to Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council
Museum at The Mill Digital Technology Project
Grant to CITB NI
Heritage Specialist Apprenticeship Programme
Amount: £379,000
Recipient: CITB NI
Amount: £3,700
Recipient: The Bytes Project
Grant to Randalstown Arches Association
Re-think: Educational project and exhibition with linen / flax theme
Amount: £8,900
Heroes Return
A Second World War Veteran from Tunbridge Wells has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year.
Fun Day activities, environmental improvements
The group promotes and preserves the heritage and culture of local people. The grant will fund a community fun day including environmental improvement activities.
The organisation raises awareness, reduces the stigma and creates a positive attitude towards Mental Health throughout the Antrim and Ballymena Borough areas. The grant will enable the group to run an awareness raising project and develop and expand its existing service.
Amount: £4,207
Recipient: Mind Matters
Outing to the seaside
The group provides recreational, social and educational facilities for children. The project is a trip to the seaside for children and their parents.
Amount: £720
health awareness day expenses
The organisation is established to promote the preservation and protection of womens health in the Crumlin area. The grant will fund a health awareness day.
Amount: £989
Recipient: Women In Touch
Civic week costs.
The group promotes the arts and the social well being of people within Crumlin by organising social events. The project will allow it to run a 10 day summer festival.
Play equipment, toys, storage equipment
The group supports the children and teachers of Moneynick Primary School. The award will allow the group to provide additional educational and leisure actiities at the school.
refurbishment of premises
The group promotes greater historical understanding of the local area through cross community projects. The award will assist the group in establishing their premises to use as a community venue.
Amount: £1,500
community festival
The group promotes the Greencastle area by organising a community festival. The project will enable all members of the local community to participate in a 3-day community festival during early August.
Amount: £2,500