Lottery grants awarded to East Midlands in 2000

1,767 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
28 Dec 2000 Leicestershire Library Service

The People's Network programme in all the 54 libraries in Leicestershire Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 247 computer terminals will be available to library users to acces

£894,720 New Opportunities Fund
26 Dec 2000 North East Derbyshire Coalfields Education Action Zone

The North East Derbyshire Coalfields Education Action Zone will extend and enhance after-school and summer school activities with this funding. It will increase the provision of after-school clubs across all schools to provide ICT, literacy and numeracy

£270,417 New Opportunities Fund
26 Dec 2000 Newbold Community School

To provide additional learning support and supervised homework facilities for 11 ' 14 year old pupils within the school.

£8,036 New Opportunities Fund
26 Dec 2000 Anthony Gell School

The project will develop its range of out of school activities to raise self-esteem, develop leadership skills and raise attainment of its pupils. Activities will include a humanities homework club, dance and drama, teamwork and problem solving.

£28,411 New Opportunities Fund
26 Dec 2000 Challenge Corby

To set up a wide range of after school learning programme in 26 schools in Corby. The activities will aim to boost academic performance and broaden the opportunities available to pupils throughout Corby and for individual schools.

£455,000 New Opportunities Fund
26 Dec 2000 Lings Upper School

To set up out of school activities to build self-esteem and raise academic performance in one secondary and two primary schools. Activities will include French language, coursework completion, homework clubs and fun activities.

£47,737 New Opportunities Fund
26 Dec 2000 The British Tennis Foundation

The British Tennis Foundation, through four of its County Tennis Associations, aims to provide Out of School Hours tennis opportunities for targeted schools in partnership with the local tennis clubs throughout the North Midlands Region.

£86,672 New Opportunities Fund
19 Dec 2000 Corby Education Action Zone

Challenge for Corby

£4,550 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Sutton Cum Duckmanton Community Development Trust

Sutton Cum Duckmanton YOTA project

£5,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Eusebia, Ms Suffren

Landscape Moves

£5,360 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Navrang

Navrang

£6,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Rutland County Council

Rutland County Council

£2,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Arts Centre

Rock It

£3,981 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Q Arts

Q Arts

£4,100 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Draig, Tan

Textile Sculptures

£3,090 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Charnwood Arts Council

Charnwood Arts Council

£5,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Junction Arts

The Takeaway Project

£5,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 City Gallery

Adorn, Equip continued

£5,914 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Leicester Belgrave Mela

Chalo b'eta-'Golden Mile'

£4,243 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Matlock Banners Increase

Matlock Banners Increase

£1,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2000 Bedford Community Tennis Partnership

"New activity for this community - Out of season 'anyone for tennis?' Mums, children, unemployed people and others, use grant to come together to learn, play and enjoy tennis."

£852 Sport England
19 Dec 2000 Leicester Haymarket Theatre

Leicester Haymarket Theatre

£5,000 Arts Council England
15 Dec 2000 Northamptonshire County Council

Portable Antiquities Scheme, Northamptonshire

£26,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Dec 2000 Fleet Arts

Music to the Power of 2

£10,249 Arts Council England
13 Dec 2000 Fosbrook Folk Education Trust

Fosbrooks New Direction Project

£12,064 Arts Council England
12 Dec 2000 Roadmender Trust

Recovery Programme (Implementing a Recovery Plan)

£502,322 Arts Council England
12 Dec 2000 Phoenix Arts

BBA and Proud

£75,915 Arts Council England
12 Dec 2000 Tuberous Sclerosis Association

The project is to appoint two new specialist advisors to support and advise people who are affected by tuberous sclerosis, their families and carers across the UK. The grant, over three years, is for the recruitment and salaries of two new part time post

£92,376 Community Fund
12 Dec 2000 Lincolnshire County Council

Chat rooms and bulletin boards with on-line classrooms will be part of this new on-line community grid. The project will target groups such as those living in socially disadvantaged areas, those with few or no formal educational qualifications, those in r

£150,000 New Opportunities Fund
11 Dec 2000 Youth Sport Trust

Equipment for TOP Play and TOP Sport Community Programmes

£9,861,157 Sport England
11 Dec 2000 Loughborough University

"New 50 metre x 8 lanes Swimming Pool, land conditioning room, sports science laboratory, sports medicine room and seminar room"

£6,592,662 Sport England
8 Dec 2000 Northamptonshire ACRE

A project to provide community transport in Northampton.

£3,834 Community Fund
6 Dec 2000 The 78 Derngate Northampton Trust

78, Derngate

£1,075,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Dec 2000 Sharpe's Pottery Heritage & Arts Trust

Sharpe's Resource Centre

£996,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Dec 2000 The Friends of the Horsepool

The Horsepool

£3,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Dec 2000 Wellow Toftholders & Owners Association

WELLOW DAM RESEARCH & REFURBISHMENT

£6,086 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2000 Mass Art Group

This Group Promotes Emerging South Yorkshire Based Artists Via Exhibitions. The Project Is To Fund Public Talks, Publicity And Promotion Of An Event Entitled Home Based At Rotherham Arts Centre. Artists Fees, Advertising, Coach Hire, Publicity

£1,699 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2000 Hospital Players/Little Theatre Group

These Two Groups Have Set Up To Do A Joint Production Of Arthur Miller'S 'The Crucible' For Five Performances At The Plowright Theatre In Scunthorpe In May 2001. Professional Director Fees And Expenses

£3,760 Arts Council England
30 Nov 2000 Parabar Cultural Group

This group promotes Bengali culture and understanding of cultural heritage. The project is to hold a second Bengali drama event to build on the success of the group's first project. venue hire, technical assistance for lighting & sound system, transport

£2,330 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Nov 2000 High Peak Community Arts Ltd

Arts Exchange Plus

£53,613 Arts Council England
24 Nov 2000 Nottinghamshire Local Education Authority

To create 23 study support summer schools mainly for children on the point of transfer from primary to secondary school. The wide range of activities will boost self-esteem and raise confidence and motivation. Activities will include expressive arts, lite

£251,022 New Opportunities Fund
21 Nov 2000 Louth Playgoers Society

Convert a Drill Hall into a Theatre and Arts Venue

£1,507,500 Arts Council England
14 Nov 2000 Reckless Sleepers

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£34,885 Arts Council England
11 Nov 2000 St John Ambulance in Northamptonshire

A project to buy a new purpose built boat with full disabled access to provide free sailing trips to those with physical or mental disabilities and anyone suffering crisis in their lives The group already own one sailing boat and run trips during the sum

£113,440 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Community Council Of Lincolnshire

The Project Is To Support And Develop Voluntary Sector Infrastructure In Lincolnshire. The Overall Purpose Of The Project Is To Set Up A Network Of Sustainable Local Development Agencies. These Agencies Will Promote And Enable More Effective Involvement

£265,254 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Focus On Young People In Bassetlaw

The project has three overall aims. To reach young people across Bassetlaw. To create development opportunities for all young people in Bassetlaw through raising awareness, workshops and participation activities. To promote active good citizenship. The gr

£99,103 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Burton Overy Village Hall

The project will enable the construction of a new village hall. The grant will pay for the demolition and construction of a new village hall.

£164,500 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Lacey 4-11's Kids Club Association

The organisation will purchase two portacabins which will be sited in the grounds of a school to enable them to expand the number of beneficiaries and offer a breakfast club and school holiday club. The grant, over one year, is for capital costs of build

£100,121 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 British Korean Veterans Association (Leicestershire Branch)

This project will improve the quality of life for the members of the British Korean Veterans Association (Leicestershire Branch). This three year grant will subsidise travel costs for members of the British Korean Veterans Association (Leicestershire Bra

£11,372 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Coronation Hall

The organisation will replace the roof and fit new fascias to their village hall . The hall serves a community of 10,000 people in Market Deeping.

£6,000 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Gedney Hill and District Memorial Hall Committee

Gednney Hill will build a new village hall which will meet the current and future needs of the community. This will comply with current safety standards, disabled needs and social requirements. The grant is for building construction, professional fees a

£198,667 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Worksop and District Samaritans

This project aims to increase the number and diversity of volunteers by refurbishing the office premises of the Worksop and District Samaritans to include disabled access. The grant will also fund a computer which will be used to offer an email befriendi

£28,082 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Collyweston Village Hall

The organisation have recently refurbished the village hall based in Collyweston, Northamptonshire. The project will install a central heating and air circulation system.

£9,985 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 LINKS - Chesterfield and NE Derbyshire CVS and Action

The project is to continue the work of the previous NLCB grant. Organisation will offer a Management Advice Project (MAP), offering 3 training events a year and provide advice to voluntary and community groups. The grant over three years is for salaries,

£46,199 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Northampton Volunteer Bureau

This Is A Project That Will Provide Activities For The Residents Of Blackthorn And Goldings. This 3 Year Grant Will Enable Northampton Volunteer Bureau To Develop Their Blackthorn Good Neighbours Project. This Is A Development Of A Project That Is Current

£109,257 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Stapleford Volunteer Bureau

The project includes moving to a larger premises which will allow more training and meeting facilities. The organisation will then recruit a Volunteer and Training Co-ordinator, a Caretaker and a Administration and Finance Assistant. This will free more

£61,436 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Protection and Reassurance Initiative to Defend the Elderly

The project will enable the group to carry out a preventative and reassurance campaign to identify vulnerable elderly people who live in high crime areas. The main aim is to reduce the number of people who are victims of domestic burglary and PRIDE alarms

£64,641 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 1st Dinting Scout Group

This is a one year grant for the construction a secure permanent building to replace their previous premises. The building when completed will create extensive facilities and available space for other local groups to use for meetings and other activities

£293,444 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Eagle Village Management Committee

This project will improve the facilities of a well-used village hall, which is based in the village of Eagle. This one year grant will enable Eagle Village Hall to replace rotten window frames and provide facilities that will make the hall accessible for

£11,976 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 The Centre Place

The project, which serves Bassetlaw will develop the practical support and advice services offered to young people aged 16 to 25 in housing need. This will be achieved by extending the centre opening hours and increasing the number of contacts made with y

£150,366 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Age Concern Newark and Sherwood

Age Concern will purchase items e.g. wheelchairs, nebulisers and lifelines, which will be loaned to people on low incomes. The grant, over three years, is for equipment to loan, rent, promotional material, training and travel for staff and volunteers.

£7,418 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Umbrella

The group will develop a previously funded project to help integrate young people with range of disabilities into clubs and activities. The grant will pay for salaries, running expenses, training and travel costs.

£167,249 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Friary Drop-In Limited

This award will enable the group to develop its furniture service in which donated furniture is collected and supplied to individuals and families at the point of resettlement in accomodation. The grant will pay for the salaries of two workers and genera

£105,096 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Derbyshire Childrens Holiday Centre

The project will allow the group to provide holidays by the sea for disadvantaged children from Derby during 7 months of the year. It will offer services to children with learning disabilities. This grant will fund eleven workers salaries. .

£165,000 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 Lincoln and District Citizens Advice Bureau Limited

The organisation will develop a specialist money advice service focusing on debt couselling services to those on low incomes. The project also intends to target recruitment and training to residents of Lincoln and District to involve the community in addr

£46,775 Community Fund
11 Nov 2000 The Conservation Volunteers

The project aims to involve individuals with severe and enduring mental health problems in a range of conservation activities (operation of a tree nursery, craft skills and practical conservation).The aim is to benefit the environment and offer participan

£185,454 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Hathern Band

This Project Will Provide The Group With A Series Of 4 Workshops Over A 12 Month Period, Aimed At Increasing The Skill Levels. The Award Is For 4 Musical Workshops, And The Fees For 6 Brass And Percussion Tutors And A Musical Director For A Final Concert.

£4,000 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 One Voice Community Choir

This Is A Community Based Gospel Choir. They Have Been Running Since May 99 And Are Going From Strength To Strength. They Are Seeking Funding For Essential Equipment To Develop Ability And Increase The Level Of Performances, And Enable Them To Host Gospel

£4,510 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Nottinghamshire Community Dance Company

This Group Provides Regular Contemporary Dance Technique Classes, And Rehearse New Productions That Have A Strong Focus On Dance Giving Performances And Workshops In Educational And Community Settings. The Award Is For Professional Artists' And Technician

£3,950 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Millennium Festival Studio Theatre

This Theatre Group, A Joint Venture Between The Lincoln Music Festival And Central Methodist Church, Promote Arts In The Community Through Workshops And Performances. They Would Like To Improve The Facilities At The Church Hall In Park Ward To Offer As A

£5,000 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Friends of Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts School

This Association Raises Funds To Support The Activities Of Students At The School, Providing Equipment And Offering Assistance With Events And Performances. They Would Like To Fund A Series Of Chamber Music Workshops Using Professional Musicians To Improv

£3,800 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Centre for Indian Classical Dance

This Registered Charity Are Applying For An Award To Run A Collaboration, Flaming Feet, Combining Six Dancers From The Indian And Irish Communities In Community Showcases And Workshops Encouraging Participation From The Two Communities. The Project Will V

£4,900 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 East West Community Project

This Group Would Like To Arrange A Millennium Cultural Celebration To Include Cultural Entertainment In The Form Of Music, Dance, Exhibitions And Performances By Local And National Artists. The Award Is For Venue Hire, Artists' Fees, Publicity And Adminis

£5,000 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Allington with Sedgebrook Primary School

This Project Aims To Create An Archway As An Entrance To The School'S Millennium Garden. The Archway Will Be Created Through Children, Parents, And Teachers Working Together To Plan And Design It And Then Professional Workers To Complete The Manufacture A

£1,150 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Nottingham Boys Choir

The Project Aims To Improve The Range Of Venues That The Group Can Perform At By Having Their Own Equipment. At Present They Are Limited As They Are Reliant Upon The Venue, Or A 'Sympathetic Friend' On Providing The Neccessary Equipment. The Group Provide

£4,292 Arts Council England
10 Nov 2000 Derwent Luncheon Club

This Lunch Club for older people, many of whom have disabilities, would like transport costs for the club and outings during the year. The award is for door to door transport costs to and from the Club and the costs of outings further afield.

£4,000 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 West End Kids Club

This Club provides after school and holiday care for young people aged 4 to 11 in Lincoln. They would like to purchase a range of new furniture and equipment . The award is for 2 sofa beds and 4 bean bags for the reading corner, a pc with imaging studio p

£2,286 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Hansen Court Social Club

This social club for older people in Wigston, which started in May this year, are requesting funds for new activities and a range of outings. The award is for travel costs for 13 shopping trips; 20 day and evening outings; 24 handicraft and exercise sess

£4,986 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Twycross Darby and Joan Club

This group, which provides social meetings and outings for older people would like funding in order to purchase coach tickets and meals for group members. The award is for coach hire and meals out on excursions.

£3,000 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Rowlatts Hill Over 60s Club

This group provides social activities, including outings and meals, for people from 60 and have members well into their eighties. They are applying for an award to fund an additional outing this year, to a place of interest for the group. They are current

£500 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Markfield and Stanton Herald

This group was set up in August 2000 to produce the Markfield and Stanton Herald, a community magazine produced on a monthly basis for the residents of Markfield, Stanton-under-Bardon, and Fieldhead. The magazine was started after a village appraisal high

£5,000 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Little Eaton Playschool

This registered charity would use an award to properly equip their recently openede parent and toddler session with furniture, equipment and other resources. They aim to provide stimulating and educational toys, and promote positive interaction and parent

£3,109 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Meadows Care in the Community

This group provides a lunch club for older people. They would like to run a variety of activities, including social visits to other local clubs and a health awareness programme. The award is for visits, health seminars, yoga classes, massage sessions, ve

£3,752 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Rushden Hall Pensioners Parliament

This group provides social recreational and educational fellowship between people of retirement age. The award is for theatre tickets, a river cruise and transport by coach.

£2,500 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Carlton Village Newsletter

This group assembles, edits and distributes a bi-monthly newsletter to the local community of Carlton-in Lindrick. The award is for the annual printing costs of 6 editions of the newsletter, a digital camera and photo quality printer.

£3,949 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Market Harborough Visually Impaired Hobby Club

This group is applying for funding towards a craft project based on newly acquired skills and extra activities. The award is for craft materials and specialist equipment, tutorial fees and the provision of excursions for members.

£4,865 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Nottingham and East Midlands Fibromyalgia Support Group

This group is established to provide advice, support and help to sufferers of fibromyalgia. They have over 230 members and are going from strength to strenght. They are applying for an award to purchase equipment to establish an office and drop-in centre,

£4,996 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Aspley Centre Thursday Club

This group provides weekly gatherings, social events and outings for older people in the Aspley area of Nottingham. They are planning a number of outings over the next year. The award is for outings to a Christmas show, Skegness & Bridlington, a riverboat

£2,750 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Retford Voluntary Complementary Therapy Centre

This newly formed group would like to purchase appropriate equipment for the centre to enable them to offer a better service to the local community. The award is for massage tables, including the cases and covers; reflexology chairs; Indian Head massage s

£2,491 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 North Nottinghamshire Arthritis Self Help

This self-help group for people with arthritis, who also offer advice and information and social activities, would like to encourage people to take excercise and improve mobility through hydrtherapy sessions. The award is for the hire of a Hydrotherapy po

£971 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Ilkeston and District Neighbourhood Watch Support Group

This neighbourhood Watch organisation would like to purchase fax machines for each parish within their boundaries and computer equipment to enable them to produce better quality newsletters and set up a website. The award is for 20 fax machines, a laser

£4,775 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Gamesley Toy Library

This group loan out toys on a weekly basis for children aged 0-8 years. They advise parents on educational toys and equipment. They are seeking funding to expand and meet an identified need by working with childminders in the area, encouraging them to use

£4,000 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 West Stockwith Millennium Playground Fund

The sole aim of the organisation is to install playground equipment on safe surfacing for children aged 3-11 in the village. This will replace existing unsafe equipment. The award is for the installation of a piece of equipment in the playground and the p

£2,500 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 East Northamptonshire Citizens Advice Bureau

This registered charity would use an award to purchase mini loop systems for their 3 main offices and outreach project, in order to assist hearing aid wearers to access the advice service more easily. The award is for 4 portable mini loop systems.

£1,057 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 St Mary's Preschool

This pre-school would like to install a new heating system at the old school annexe of the church hall, which they have had exclusive use of for 23 years. The award is for the installation of new heaters.

£1,823 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Fritchley Festival Fundraisers

This group was set up in March 2000 for the purpose of involving the community in fundraising events for local charities. They are seeking funding towards the Fritchley Festival, which brings together the community in a series of concerts and events. The

£755 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Easton on the Hill Playgroup

This Playgroup would like to purchase a range of new equipment, which in turn will allow them to keep their fees down. The award is for kitchen furniture, a multi-cultural doll family, a range of toddler toys and craft materials.

£999 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Ratby Senior Citizens Welfare Association

This Association maintain and run the Ratby Welfare Hall for the benefit of elderly people and the local community. They have recently refurbished the Hall and would like to purchase chairs and tables as well as publicising the work of the Association an

£1,874 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Littleover Childminding Group

This Childminding group would like to purchase more equipment to enable more chidlren from the community to benefit from their service. The award is for 2 triple buggies, 1 double buggy, 2 travel cots, 2 high chairs, 2 buggy boards and a range of toys and

£1,678 Community Fund
10 Nov 2000 Dunholme Kids Club

This Out of School Club, which started in January 1999, would like to purchase IT equipment to extend access and learning. The award is for a computer, printer, scanner, digital camera and associated stationery.

£2,447 Community Fund