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05 May 2004
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15 Dec 2020
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Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Socialising with Crafts and Skills - Revitalising our Hertiage for our Future
Amount: £10,000
Grant to Bann Maine West
First World War Heritage Project
Amount: £10,000
Recipient: Bann Maine West
Grant to The Irish Landmark Trust Limited
EYCH18 Great Lighthouses unlocking our maritime heritage
Amount: £56,000
Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
EYCH18 Shaped by Industry - Shared with Pride
Amount: £50,000
Amount: £9,700
Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Battlebags' and 'Blimps'- Exploring the Legacies of Whitehead’s WWI Aerodrome
Amount: £10,000
Grant to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Carnlough Industrial Heritage Hub Project
Amount: £58,200
Grant to Portglenone Enterprise Group
Northern Bank Portglenone
Amount: £254,600
Grant to Con Magees GAA Club
A Century of Sport, Heritage and History, Con Magee Glenravel GAA Club (1916-2016)
Amount: £10,000
Recipient: Con Magees GAA Club
Grant to Ballymena Festival of Music, Speech and Dance
Centenary celebrations for Ballymena Festival
Amount: £10,000
physical equipment
The group provides pre-school educational opportunities for children aged 3-4. The project will extend the range of play activities available through the provision of equipment which will encourage the children to be more physically active and examine their environment.
Amount: £5,000
feasibility study and investigation into alternative energy sources
The group operates a tourist information service and community resource centre. The grant will allow the group to carry out a feasibility study.
Amount: £2,500
one stop drop in
The association provides social, recreational and educational activities for its community in Ballymena. The grant will fund start up costs, equipment and social activities for a one-stop drop in centre, servicing its community.
Amount: £4,874
new equipment and games
The group holds weekly meetings and activities for its members. The grant will enable the group to purchase new equipment, start a lunch club and attend 2 day trips.
Amount: £1,594
This Senior Citizens Club provides a wide range of social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will pay travel to Blackpool for a respite break.
Amount: £2,262
ACCESS Project - new build.
This one-year grant will allow the group to demolish their current premises and build a multi-purpose community facility to meet the needs of the local community. The new centre will offer a range of services accessible to all local communities, including training, youth club, early learning and over 50s club. It is also planned to use the centre as a base for outreach services for the local credit union, CAB and Women's Aid.
Amount: £110,000