Lottery grants awarded to Derby in 1999

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
4 Jan 1999 35th Derby (Markeaton) Scout Group

This scout group provides a varied and interesting programme for young people in order to aid their development including camping, canoeing, climbing and sailing. The group encourages awareness of the environment and the community. The grant is to provid

£4,230 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 4th Derby (Derwent) Beaver Colony

This group provides development of Social, Intellectual, Physical and spiritual attributes in 6 to 8 year olds The award is for activities, arts and craft materials, games and sports equipment, storage cupboards, annual subscription to scout association a

£1,710 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 4th Derby (Derwent) Scout Group

This group provides education and training to young people through the Scout Association. The award is for the replacement of the heating system, the refurbishment of the toilets, and the installation of hot water supply into the toilet and kitchen area.

£4,365 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Allestree Local Study Group

This project is to produce two interpretive boards in the Allestree conservation area, with information about local history and the listed building in the area. The artwork for the signs appears to have been designed by Derby City Council. The boards wi

£3,254 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 May 1999 Alvaston United Reformed Church

Project is to provide disabled access and toilets to the building; extend the present areas used by various organisations; provide additional rooms for educational and training purposes for relational and family development and make facilities available f

£64,491 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Anjuman Khaveteen

This group provides advice and support for Muslim women who have children with hearing impairments. Activities include Sign Language and keep fit classes. the cost of weekly Sign Language classes over a six month period.

£780 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Asian Over 60's Club

This project is to develop the drop-in service already being run by the Asian Over 60's Club. The Club hopes to boost attendance and increase the range of options available for isolated or vulnerable older Asians, by offering an improved advice service.

£87,052 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 Asterdale Women's Institute

This project aims to produce a embroidered wall hanging and book that will depict life in the village in the yaer 2000. The embroidery is to be hung in the village hall. The award is for the purchase of materials including fabric, embroidery cottons and p

£605 Millennium Commission
20 Oct 1999 Austin Community Enterprise Limited

The grant will be used to create 20 before, 20 after and 20 holiday places for children aged 3-12. Schools served will be Normanton Junior, Sunnyhill Infant and Village Infant School.

£13,332 New Opportunities Fund
9 Sep 1999 B4T Club

This group provides a variety of sporting activities with the aim of developing individual's team building skills self confidence and social skills. The award is for equipment (including a trailer for conveying equipment) staff/coaches and running costs

£3,841 Sport England
17 Jun 1999 Belper Sub-Aqua Club

This group provides sub-aqua diving and diver training. The award will pay for instructor training and dive training equipment.

£4,400 Sport England
9 Sep 1999 Bishop Lonsdale CE VA Primary School

This group is a primary school providing education to children up to the age of 11. This project is to arrange an artist's residency to work with the children to produce work for the commemmoration of the millennium. The award is for artists fees, materi

£2,400 Millennium Commission
4 Jan 1999 Blindfold Club Derby

This group provides support for visually impaired people plus social activities including holidays. They also aim to raise awareness of the needs of visually impaired people. The grant is for the hire of transport for trips, outings, holiday and for eveni

£2,650 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Brackens Bowls Club

This group provides the pormotion and facilities to play Crown Green Bowls. The group activiely supports three league associations with eight teams. The award is for outdoor gents' toilet (-3250) and covered area for county officials and visiting teams.

£4,750 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 Brackensdale Infant School PTFA

This Group Organises Fund Raising And Social Events For School - Discos, Magic Shows, Sports Days And Christmas And Summer Fairs. The Award Is For Fees For Local Artists To Work In School, Materials And Equipment, Volunteers Expenses, Transport Costs.

£2,500 Arts Council England
5 Aug 1999 Bradgate and Ticknall Residents Association

This group provides social activities for the residents. The award is for PA system, cassette player, garden furniture, BBQ, and cutlery.

£1,250 Community Fund
19 May 1999 British Council of Disabled People

The main aims of the project are to provide a detailed overview and evaluation of the development of Centres for Independent Living. The grant over two years will pay for office equipment, salaries, project running expenses, advisory group support and tra

£150,743 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Broadway Under Fives

This group provides parent and toddler sessions. The award will enable the group to purchase chairs, tables, storage system, house and puzzle block for playtime and a laptop for administration.

£4,903 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Burntwood Memorial Community Association.

A project to provide to provide furniture for a community hall in preparation for it to be re-presented to the community in a millennium launch. The grant will pay for furniture, flooring and lighting

£5,000 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Chaddesden Hall Community Association

This group provides a meeting place for groups and clubs from the local community. The award is for two Kestral 55 heaters and one Kestral 250 heater plus fitting costs (-4,751).

£4,751 Community Fund
9 Feb 1999 Community Enterprise & Training Association

This project is aimed at bringing together a range of community and cultural groups in Derby for Millennium celebrations. The aim is to have seminars workshops concerts open days and festivals throughout the year in order to enable local people and com

£177,290 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Connect

This group run activity sessions for young homeless people from three local hostels. They assist with form filling, budgeting, cooking, job searching and other life skills. The group would use an award to run one more session per week. The award is for si

£4,800 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Dale Primary School

Infant And Primary School. They Are Also A Training Centre For Students From Ethnic Minorities Wanting To Work With Children And Support Several Community Groups - Eg Mothers And Toddlers, Toy Library, Afterschool Club. Weekend Workshop With A Musician,

£2,509 Arts Council England
17 Jun 1999 Derby And Derbyshire Child Minding Association

This group provides training & standards amongst childminders in Derby & Derbyshire as well as a helpline. The award is for a photocopier, ink catridge refills, newsletter production, paper and envelopes to be used for the distribution of a newsletter to

£3,660 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Derby and District Tinnitus Group

This group provides support, advice and information to tinnitus sufferers. 15 sound conditioners.

£2,000 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Derby and Sandiacre Canal Society

This group provides restoration to the Derby canal for the benefit of people who live by, work by and use the canal route The award is for brush cutters, flail mower, bench seats, ballast, cement.

£4,918 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Apr 1999 Derby Asian Women's Training Association Limited

This group provides educational courses for disadvantaged Asian Women. floor mats steps weights gym equipment rowing machine an exercise bike and a sauna.

£5,000 Sport England
5 Aug 1999 Derby Branch National asthma Campaign

This group provides support and information for sufferers and the public. The award is for seat belts, tyres, service and MOT, fax telephone and answer machine.

£1,240 Community Fund
13 Jan 1999 Derby City Council

Local celebrations to include: My Life and Its Story; Derby's Living Archive a collection of experiences of Derby people using audio video text and photographs; and a Millennium Exhibition and events about the history culture and natural environment of D

£100,000 Millennium Commission
7 Apr 1999 Derby City Council

Wright Folio of Drawings - Acquisition

£34,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Dec 1999 Derby City Council

This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.

£60,835 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Derby City Council

The scheme will convert an existing barn in Darley Park as part of a scheme to create a new, accessible outdoor activity centre within Derby city centre. The barn will contain changing facilities, drying space, storage, a teaching area, kitchen, office

£503,398 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Derby City Council

The school's eight-lane swimming pool will be modernsied, along with the remodelling of the existing changing rooms to provide facilities for users with disabilities. The project will also add a new coaching room and reception lobby. The facility will

£341,938 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Derby City Council

This revenue grant will promote the use of the PE and Sports facilities built through Derby City Council's portfolio of projects to the wider adult community. Activities will particularly focus on engaging users from disadvantaged groups.

£102,150 New Opportunities Fund
26 Jan 1999 Derby City Partnership

Upstream Derby 2000

£30,000 Arts Council England
10 May 1999 Derby Counselling & Therapy Centre

This group provides intensive and highly skilled therapy on a confidential one hour appointment basis for people in the Derby area. Strengthening the gable end of the building and removing the front and rear end chimney stacks and also to put a new roof

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Derby Deaf Club

This group provides social, recreational and educational activities for deaf people in Derby. The award will enable the group to have four day trips and tea for the over 60s group and one day trip for families of the social group.

£900 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Derby Dippers Disabled Swimming Club

This project will enable the continuation of the organisation's activities of providing a therapeutic swimming club for adults, children, families and carers. The organisation also provides for those with special needs, e.g. cerebral palsy, autism, and pe

£14,708 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Derby Integrated Dance

This group provides a weekly opportunity for involvement in creative dance. It welcomes people of all abilities, and members work on an equal basis to create movement which allows creative freedom. The group performs regularly. training weekend for supp

£3,485 Community Fund
26 Jan 1999 Derby Jazz

International Young Jazz Festival

£18,000 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 Derby Meniere's Support Group

This group provides friendship, support and information to anyone with symptoms of Menieres disease, their carers, families and friends. The grant will help this organisation to expand it current activities to produce literature, newsletters, posters and

£4,050 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Derby Stroke Club 2

This group provides information on strokes, outings, social activities, mutual support and meetings with speakers. transport expenses, outings, speakers, birthday and anniversary celebrations, and the ongoing expenses of rent, affiliation, administration

£3,478 Community Fund
12 Apr 1999 Derby Women's Cricket Club

This group provides cricket coaching for all standards and ages and encourages players to take coaching and other awards to help them reach their goals. the running of an open day cage and net facilities.

£2,056 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Derby, City of

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£767,770 New Opportunities Fund
5 Aug 1999 Derwent Luncheon Club

This group provides bi-weekly lunches and bi-monthly outings. The lunch meeting has talks and workshops on issues. The award is for transport costs (door to door service) and will also pay for coach costs for outings.

£3,000 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Derwent Stepping Stones Nursery & Community Training Centre

The grant will be used to extend all provision to include 16 places for children between 12-14. Also, to increase the current provision by 2 places in each of the before, after and holiday schemes, a grand total of 54 new places. Schools served will be De

£23,131 New Opportunities Fund
12 Apr 1999 Derwent Valley Orienteers

This group provides orienteering opportunities in Derbyshire (excluding High Peak). They stage one event each month which is open to all and have set up some permanent courses for use at any time by the public and school groups. compasses and whistles

£2,390 Sport England
5 Aug 1999 Derwent Venture Scout Unit

This group encourages young people to take part in a wide variety of outdoor activities. The award is for the purchase of tents, canoes and related equipment, and publicity.

£4,726 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 Direct Help & Advice Ltd.

The organisation offers an independent housing advice and advocacy service to people across Derbyshire. This project will provide advice and assistance to young people and families. It will help raise awareness of homelessness issues by providing informat

£181,226 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Disability Direct

Disability Direct will continue to provide information and advice to disabled people, as well as develop a comprehensive welfare benefits and advice service. The grant, over 3 years, is for office equipment, premises adaption, salaries and running costs.

£206,736 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Down's Syndrome Association Derby Group

This group aims to fund a major one day conference on mainstream education for children with Down's Syndrome. The award is for conference costs: speakers fees, venue costs, a creche and administration.

£1,950 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Duke of Edinburgh's Award RSD Unit

This group provides activities for profoundly deaf young people. These include outdoor activities, physical activities, skills such as drama and computers and service in the community. The award is for Camping Equipment for group of 10, to include tents,

£2,000 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 East Midlands Regional Netball Council

This project aims to promote the sport of wheelchair netball within the East Midlands and nation-wide. The award is for the hiring of a hall expenses of the players and coaches and the production of a video.

£2,320 Sport England
14 Oct 1999 Friends of Breadsall Hill Top School

This Group Provides Fundraising Activities And Support For Breadsall Hill Top School. In This Project They Will Commission An Artist In Residence, For Two Weeks, To Work With Pupils, Staff, Parents And The Wider Community In The Design And Execution Of A

£2,250 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 Friends of St. Giles Parent Teachers Association

This registered charity funds additional equipment/services for St Giles Special Needs School. The award will be used as a contribution towards a new minibus for the school. The award is for a contribution towards a new minibus.

£4,000 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Global Education Derby

This group runs a community resource centre that provides information and practical support for local environmental projects and training for teachers and youth workers about how to integrate environmental issues into the curriculum. The award would provi

£4,150 Millennium Commission
14 Dec 1999 Grampian Primary School

This School Wishes To Bring The School And The Community Together To Create A Musical Drama To Celebrate The Re-Opening Of The School After Being Devastated By An Arson Attack. This Will Be Held In The Spring Term And Will Also Form Part Of The School'S M

£4,950 Arts Council England
27 Apr 1999 Hallmark Community Housing Association Limited

Localy Known As Hadhari Nari This Women'S Project Is Aimed At Asian/Afrikan Women Who Suffer Domestic Violence. Other Than Accommodation The Organisation Offer An Advice And Information Centre, Counselling, Support And Pregnancy Testing. This Project Bui

£108,387 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Hands

This Group Provides Ceramic Workshops For Children In Order To Make Permanent External Decorative Features. They Work Alongsi De Children Throughout The Process Of Designing, Drawing, Marking And Installing. Their Aim Is To Involve The Children Not Only

£2,010 Arts Council England
17 Jun 1999 Hardwick School Trust

This group is set up to raise funds to support the school by providing extra resources etc. The award will used for the payment of a tutor, a creche worker and resources including reading books, paper, pens, support material and IT equipment. This will en

£5,000 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Landau Forte College

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£29,494 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jan 1999 Littleover Childminding Group

This group provides a childminding service to pre school children as well as acting as guardians for children requiring care before and after school hours. The grant is for the purchase of toys, equipment and to provide training.

£1,500 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 Littleover Childminding Group

This project is furthering the activities of the group by providing trips and outings, and promoting registered childminding as an excellent form of childcare, as well as providing toys and equipment to aid and encourage development. The award is for toys

£1,100 Community Fund
4 Jan 1999 Mackworth Community Association

This group provides baby clinics and deaf testing, clubs for those with disabilities and for the lonely residents of the area. They also house Martial Arts practice and local scout groups. The grant is for the construction of a new walkway from the carpar

£5,000 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Mackworth Girls Group

This group provides a young womens working group The award is for a drama worker, youth hostel, travel, catering, theatre tickets

£424 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 ME Association Derbyshire Group

This group provides a self-help support group for sufferers of the illnesses CFS and ME and for their carers & families. The award is for Computer system, Microsoft Office- small business edition software and Epson 640 colour printer.

£1,300 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Merrill College Dance Company

Merrill Community, Millennium Dance

£11,075 Arts Council England
5 Aug 1999 Mickleover Community Association

This group provides social, recreational and educational facilities for the inhabitants of Mickleover and surrounding areas. The award is for refurbishment and redecoration of community centre tea rooms (-2,245).

£2,245 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Muscle Power

This group promotes independent living opportunities for people with neuromuscular impairments by exhanging and disseminating peer based information through a newsletter, web site, telephone conferences and meetings. The award will be used to promote musc

£5,000 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Nightingale Junior School

This Group Provides Education For Pupils Aged Seven To Eleven. The School Also Runs Holiday Play Schemes And After School Groups, A Family Literacy Project And Provides Rooms For Derby University Continuing Education Groups. The Award Is For Artists Fees

£2,450 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Sep 1999 Normanton Park Bowls Club

This group provides flat green bowling and associated social activities. The award is for alteration to enlarge the kitchen and improve catering facilities.

£2,320 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Number One Community Project

This project aims to update the office area of the community centre, therefore giving the groups that use the centre a more efficient area to administrate and promote themselves. The award is for the updating of their office which includes the purchase of

£3,500 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Padley Day Centre

This is a project targeting homeless people and people with metal illness offering a drop in service. This is a development of the project NLCB funded in the first round. The grant over 3 years will be used for office equipment training equipment salar

£83,486 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Pear Tree Playscheme

This group provides a playscheme during the summer holidays. They run structured play activities for 80 children aged between four and twelve years. volunteer expenses, school letting, photocopying and caretaking, 4 outings, play equipment; TV/video, pool

£4,500 Community Fund
12 Jul 1999 Pear Tree Playscheme

The grant will be used to provide holiday childcare places for 80 children; 30 of these places will be for integrated childcare and learning activities. The schools served will be Peartree Infant, Peartree Junior and Arbretum Junior.

£8,850 New Opportunities Fund
4 Mar 1999 Prevention of Domestic Abuse

The project is to provide a free counselling and training service for male perpetrators of domestic violence, as well as services for women survivors and children affected by domestic violence and bullying. The grant over three years will pay for two full

£198,900 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Prevention of Domestic Abuse

This group provides counselling for offenders and victims/survivors of domestic abuse, and for bullies and those being bullied at school. The group also facilitates groupwork and a support group for offenders and victims/survivors of domestic abuse. the

£4,940 Community Fund
19 Oct 1999 Q Arts

To develop access to digital arts & media resources

£90,122 Arts Council England
10 May 1999 Raised Voices

This Group Provides A Monthly Forum For Performance Poetry, Specifically To Develop And Sustain Local Poets. Training Workshops And Performances.

£5,000 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 Ravensdale Junior School

This junior school would like funding to pay for an artist's residency for two weeks, equipment and materials to be used during said residency, training for parents and travel expenses. The award is for art equipment and materials, artist's fees, training

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Sep 1999 Relate Derby & Southern Derbyshire

This development grant has been awarded to enable Relate Derby and District to extend its current telephone counselling service from three hours to six each week. The grant, over three years, will pay for a part time Telephone Counsellor, training, runni

£19,474 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Relate Derby and District

The organisation provide a confidential counselling service to adults experiencing relationship problems workshops to educate members of the public and other professionals about relationships and family issues. They will also provide a bursary scheme fo

£106,200 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 Royal School for the Deaf Derby

The project is to employ a Volunteer Co-ordinator to recruit train arrange placements for and support volunteers and students in a structured manner - this will provide the volunteers with worthwhile work placements which improve their skills knowledg

£113,622 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Sanjha Group

This project will provide a better environment for disabled Asians to meet. The award is for the payment of room hire, transport, membership to a luncheon club, and outings.

£928 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Shakti Sanstha

This group provides keep fit, sewing embroidery sessions, healthy cooking sessions, debates on current issues, discussions on health problems, organising events for cultural awareness. The award is for hiring hall; creche facilities; flower arrangements w

£2,052 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Shelton Lock Community Welfare Centre

This group is a pensioners' disabled group and youth group, providing leisure activities, fund raising, fairs etc. The centre is available for use by the public for meetings and parties. trips to Twycross Zoo and Cadbury's World with picnics for children

£1,793 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 Sinfin Community Arts Project

This Project Aims To Recruit A Professional Steel-Band Teacher To Train Three Adults And Some Students For A Number Of Sessions, In Order To Equip The Adults With The Necessary Skills To Oversee The Activities Of A Steel Band. The Award Is For The Recruit

£1,120 Arts Council England
20 Dec 1999 Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Trailer Mobile X-ray. Purpose built trailers containing mammography units which have x-ray equipment for the provision of images of breast tissue.

£70,218 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£38,600 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£37,640 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£850,954 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.

£678,508 New Opportunities Fund
25 Nov 1999 Sports 2000 Club

The Sports 2000 Club aims to create 15 sustainable sport and recreational initiatives in some of the most disadvantaged communities in Derbyshire including Alvaston in Derby Rother in Chesterfield Shirebrook East in Bolsover and other priority wards. T

£189,533 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 St Albans R.C. Primary School PTA

This Group Provides Fund Raising For The School And To Support Activities Both Within The Classroom And Beyond The Curriculum The Grant Has Been Awarded For Musicians Fees, Range Of Ethnic Instruments, Percussion, Keyboards, Art Resources For Participatin

£5,000 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 St Joseph's R.C. Playgroup

This grant would be used to run an additional series of classes for young children and their parents/carer. They will be creative classes involving movement, storytelling, drama, dance and visual art. The award is for a tutor's salary for 26-week period

£2,000 Community Fund
10 May 1999 St Marks Bowling and Social Club

This group provide indoor bowling and social activities two indoor carpets, two sets of bowls

£1,518 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Stanley Village Playgroup

This group provides a playgroup. The award will enable them to purchase toys, a computer, a TV and Video and will also be used for a stand and a storage system. This grant will be used to show education programmes and introduce a wider variety of multicul

£2,827 Community Fund
4 Jan 1999 Step-by-Step - Domestic Violence Survivor's Group

This group provides information, advice, training and social opportunities for women who have left violent relationships. The grant will pay for two special six-week training courses, 'Cognitive Assertiveness' and 'Self-defence' for existing and new membe

£882 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Stockbrook and Rykneld Association Trust

This group aim to support children and young people in the area by raising funds to enable disadvantaged disabled and ethnic members take part in activities which they might otherwise not be able to. The award is for facilities equipment sports coache

£5,000 Sport England
17 Jun 1999 STORM Boys Dance Company

This Group Provides Opportunities For Boys To Enjoy Dance Activity. They Encourage Boys With An Interest To Gain Confidence And To Develop Their Skills In Creative Movement. The Award Is For The Commission Of New Works, Running Costs Of The Performance To

£2,905 Arts Council England