32 matching grants found.
|14 Dec 1999||Inham Nook Youth Club
This Group Wishes To Purchase Equipment And Producing Their Own Dramatic Work, Aimed At Developing Their Artistic And Dramatic Interests And Skills. The Borough Council Have Provided The Necessary Video Camera. The Award Is For A Professional Artist (20 H
|£1,600||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 1999||Long Eaton Sea Cadets - Unit 14
This registered charity wishes to purchase new canoes and replace worn out ones which are beyond repair. The award is for 8 kayaks, 8 helmets, backstraps and paddles.
|4 Nov 1999||Derbyshire Womens Cricket Association
This women's cricket association would like funding to purchase publicity materials set up a pilot scheme to further competition and coaching for secondary school age girls set up an under 13's county team and for first aid training courses. The award i
|4 Nov 1999||Notts Open Mini Basketball League
The group organises and manages a basketball league for children up to the age of 12 involving 10 clubs. The award is for new equipment (table equipment balls and bibs) training courses for coaches and referees and training in awareness in areas such as
|9 Sep 1999||Eastwood Theatre Support Group
This Group Runs A Programme Of Performances At A Local Theatre, By Professional Touring Dance And Drama Companies. The Group Are Involved With All The Local Marketing And Publicity For The 150 Seat Theatre, And Are Also Responsible For Events Management
|£3,100||Arts Council England|
|9 Sep 1999||Awsworth, Babbington and Cossall Bowls Club
This group provides a social bowling club. The award is for new carpet, furniture and bowling equipment.
|5 Aug 1999||Nutbrook International Folk Dance Group
This Group Provides International Folk Dancing. The Grant Has Been Awarded For 10 Teaching Sessions, Foreign Teacher, 14 Costumes For Performances
|£1,500||Arts Council England|
|5 Aug 1999||Mediate
This group provides a visual arts parntership to deliver participatory arts in Nottingham. They work with communities to raise awarensss of cultural diversity and to develop creative skills. The award is for an iron age art project: materials, installati
|£3,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Aug 1999||Bennerley Marsh Wildlife Group
This Group Promotes The Study, Conservation And Recording Of The Wildlife In The Area Of The Erewash Valley. The Award Is For A Computer And Printer (-ú1,162), Recording Wildlife Software (-ú125), Slide Projector And Stand (-ú189) And A Screen And Pointer (-ú
|£1,540||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Aug 1999||Shilo North Forum
This Group Provides A Consortium Of Local Authorities, Community And Conservation Groups Dedicated To Protecting And Enhancing The Shilo North Area Of Erewash Valley. Their Work Includes Actively Working With Local Planning Authorities; Producing Reports
|£4,879||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Aug 1999||Long Eaton United Football Club
This group provides football coaching and opportunities to compete from junior through to senior level The award is for 2 x 60/40 Pitches 4 x 12/6 foot permanent steel goal posts. Cost of 2 women coaches to upgrade coaching certificate buy in coaches (
|5 Aug 1999||Nottingham Casuals Womens Rugby Club
This group provides Rugby Union coaching and playing for women The award is for training courses for existing coaches Buying - in of specialist coaching training equipment.
|12 Jul 1999||Cared 4 Limited
This grant will provide 20 new after school places, 15 new before school places and 20 holiday places. Schools served will be William Lilley and Fairfield (Stapleford), Chetwynd Road and Banks Road (Toton), English Martyrs (RC) and Moor Lane (Long Eaton).
|£17,473||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Jul 1999||Roundhill Out Of School Club
The grant will be used to create 48 new before school and after school childcare places. It will serve Roundhill Primary School and other local and special needs schools.
|£15,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Jun 1999||Nottingham Lesbian Line
This group provides a confidential telelphone helpline service for lesbians and women questionning their sexuality.This group offers emotional help, support and information. The award will be used for training and computer equipment so that he group can p
|17 Jun 1999||Derby Mountain Rescue Team
This group provides a rescue service in upland and mountainous areas, and aims to pass on survival skills and knowledge to young people. The award is for the purchase of protective clothing which will project volunteers and identify the search team.
|17 Jun 1999||Stapleford Getaway Club
This group provides a range of social activities for adults with learning disabilities. The award will be used for the purchase of a range of arts and crafts equipment and games, and a contribution to summer outings to include coach hire and volunteer exp
|17 Jun 1999||Wheels 2000
This group provides a variety of sporting activities for young disabled people who use a manual or electric wheelchair. The award will enable the group to purchase 2 GPV basic wheelchairs PVC foam covered balls basketballs boccia set volunteer trainin
|17 Jun 1999||Sparta Nottm
This group provides women's and girl's football teams. The grant is for running costs coaching fees and new equipment and kit. It will be used to build on links with local schools by offering coaching sessions to girls.
|27 May 1999||Beeston Volunteer Centre
The project is to enable the group to increase the number of active volunteers, to deal with the increasing calls for help which the group receive from older people. Work will be undertaken, particularly with the under 25's enabling them to be volunteers
|10 May 1999||Broxtowe Borough Play Forum
This group provides, through its Respite Care project, support for carers' work with young disabled people, access to toy and video libraries, workshops, play sessions and occasional day trips. special quality wooden toys, a music training day and a trip
|10 May 1999||Beeston Shopmobility
This group raises funds to open Beeston Shopmobility which runs a free loan service of electronically driven and manually operated 'pavement vehicles' to the disabled. installation of toilet, electricity and an access ramp into the portacabin.
|27 Apr 1999||Midlands Arts Marketing
To purchase vehicles and equipment
|£69,192||Arts Council England|
|27 Apr 1999||Bramcote Village Hall
The project involves an extension to the village hall by providing new toilets, ramps, storage and landscaping. The grant, over one year, is for building construction, refurbishment, professional services and VAT.
|27 Apr 1999||Midlands Womens Aid
This is an outreach project for women and children subject to domestic violence who are reluctant to take up refuge. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a part-time Assistant Childcare Worker (10 hrs) and part-time Outreach Worker (2
|12 Apr 1999||Broxtowe African-Caribbean Elders Club
This group provides a regular meeting each week to enable African-Caribbean older people to come together in a social setting. The group has speakers to gain knowledge and information about services for older people. They have relaxation and mobility cla
|4 Mar 1999||New Stapleford Community Association
This is a refurbishment project from a community association which offers village hall type facilities for the use of the local community. The grant over one year is for refurbishment involving flooring, heating and internal decoration.
|18 Jan 1999||Eastwood Lawn Tennis Club
Upgrade of four courts including raising level of court 1 to same level of others.
|7 Jan 1999||Beeston Citizens Advice Bureau
The project is to employ a Guidance and Training Officer to support existing and new Citizens Advice Bureau volunteers. The grant over three years will pay for a part time (20 hrs) Guidance Tutor/Training Officer, office equipment, rent, running expenses
|4 Jan 1999||Chilwell Community Project
This group provides a place for local parents to drop in with their under fives. The children are cared for by two playworkers who provide stimulating and safe play activities. The group provides a telephone which parents can use for free calls to benef
|4 Jan 1999||Toton Coronation Hall Committee
This group provides a playgroup, mums and toddlers' group, senior citizens, Brownies, Womens' Guild, whist, sequence dancing, and evening and weekend communtiy functions. The grant is for the refelting of the roof over the extension of the hall.
|4 Jan 1999||Nottingham and Notts Kidney Patients Association
This group provides fellowship among kidney patients of the Nottingham City Hospital who are sick, convalescent, disabled or infirm. The grant is for the supply and fit of a wheel chair lift and wheel chair anchorage to the associations mini-bus.