Lottery grants awarded to Ilkeston in 1999

21 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
14 Dec 1999 Stanton-by-Dale Women's Institute

This Womens Institute would like to produce a hanging tapestry depicting historical places and buildings in the village of Stanton-by-Dale. The completed tapestry will be fireproofed, mothproofed, mounted, framed and put on permanent display in the Villag

£1,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Nov 1999 Cotmanhay Junior Club

This weekly junior club, which meets at the Cotmanhay Community and Education Centre and is attended by children aged 7-10, would like to purchase sports, kitchen and other activity equipment in order to improve the facilities and service they provide. Th

£2,402 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Morley Ecology Group

This group is currently conducting a survey of about 2000 acres and documenting information under a series of titles; wildlife sites, hedgerow trees, streams/ponds, birds, roadside verges, geology and habitats. The award would be used to publish this wor

£1,585 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Sep 1999 Stanley Common Pre-School

This group provides a safe and stimulating enviroment for children aged 2 to 4 until they start school. They offer 3 sessions a week in a small community. The award is for a role-play cupboard and mirror, dressing up clothes and puppets, play people, boo

£942 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 21st Ilkeston Scout Group

This group provides the opportunity for young people to achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials. The award is for tents, tables and benches, cooking and lighting equipment, dining shelters.

£4,466 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 C.H.U.M.S.

This group provides monthy meetings and occasional outings for sufferers of MS. The award is for one electric wheelchair, three foldable wheelchairs, 4 quad wheel frames, 4 tripod-type frames, printing and advertising.

£5,000 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 The Warm Welcome Club

This group provides a safe, accessible place for the community to meet, interact socially, enjoy a subsidised hot meal, for socially isolated people. The award is for six day-trips using community transport and driver, weekend break for 20 people at Butli

£2,444 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Ilkeston Basketball 2000

This group provides the development of youth basketball by arranging coaching for boys and girls of all ages and participating in a range of leagues up to national compeititon level. The award is for a primary schools initiative a girls basketball init

£4,002 Sport England
17 Jun 1999 Community Pre-School Playgroup

This group provides pre school education (learning through play) for children between the age of 2 years & 6 months and 5 years, including children with special needs. The award will enable the group to purchase play kitchen furnture, tables for craft & c

£1,051 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Ilkeston Stroke Club

This group provides help to survivors of a stroke and their carers. Providing mutual support and a better social life. The award is for 6 outings and the cost of refreshments.

£2,500 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Ilkeston Child Contact Centre

This group provides a neutral meeting place where children of divorced or separated parents can meet the contact parent. They provide a safe, friendl environment where the parents and their children can share a time of relaxation together, using child or

£4,151 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 The Ilkeston and District Local History Society

This group provides for the advancement of education through study of local history and research. repairs to historic monuments in Ilkeston, the production of an interpretation leaflet for an Ilkeston cemetery.

£1,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Jun 1999 Nottinghamshire Orienteering Club

This group provides a forum for competition at orienteering events. The award has been granted for the mapping of school grounds and local areas organising events and installing orienteering courses.

£4,100 Sport England
17 Jun 1999 British Disabled Water Skiing Association

This group provides teaching in water skiing for people with any kind of disability. The award will be used for a week's course at Nottingham including fuel for boats a camping facility at Holme Pierrepont for members and instructors the purchase of 6 c

£3,700 Sport England
27 May 1999 Stanton Jollydays

The project is to set up a summer playscheme for children with special needs. The organisation will provide outings, activities, entertainment and structured play in a safe and familiar environment. The grant over 1 year is for the salaries of a part-time

£5,987 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Olive Tree Club

This group provides social activities, a hot meal for housebound people who are 70+ , transport and companionship for people who would otherwise be socially isolated. transport to and from community hall, outings, cutlery and crockery

£1,708 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Family Friends

This group provides support for carers and patients, activities to help stimulate the mind and physical movement. They provide transport, outings, meals and self help/counselling. social activities and outings.

£1,070 Community Fund
12 Apr 1999 Punchbowl Petanque Club

This group provides facilities for petanque. preparing ground and laying surface barrier fence lighting and training boules.

£4,328 Sport England
7 Jan 1999 Home Start Erewash

The project is for Home-Start Ilkeston to extend their service to the whole of the Erewash region. They will recruit full time and part time staff, advertise new service, recruit and train volunteers and rent a room one day a week in the Long Eaton area t

£120,507 Community Fund
4 Jan 1999 Shipley View Residents Association

The group provides a mediation service to resolve problems and concerns amongst residents and aims to develop good community relations. The grant is for the equipment and costs for the setting up of a youth club. This will include a television and video r

£4,016 Community Fund
4 Jan 1999 Stanley Common Pre-School

This group provides a safe environment for children from the age of 2 1/2 to 4 years old. The grant is for a Pedal Walker, Viking Cyclerower, 3 Mighty Mini pedal trikes, 2 pushchairs, acti-gym, cones and pop up centre.

£565 Community Fund