45 matching grants found.
|14 Dec 1999||Nottingham Irish Studies Group
This project aims to research the experiences of people from an Irish background living in Nottingham. The results of which will be used to create public displays of Irish culture for the benefit of Irish people living in Nottingham and the wider communit
|14 Dec 1999||Acebabes
This project aims to provide an information pack to give to all newly pregnant couples to provide them with access to support networks and information in their local area. This pack is for people who have had fertility treatment. The award is for the purc
|14 Dec 1999||Nottingham Wildcats Basketball Club
This project aims to increase participation in girls and womens basketball through developing junior clubs and three city venues each being linked and supported by the Wildcats club. The project will run for 10 3-hour sessions in each venue culminating
|14 Dec 1999||Rise Park Boys Football Club
This football club would use an award to improve the facilities of the club which will enable them to develop their activities particularly for new girls and youth teams. The award is for mini goal posts and nets cones footballs trophies for award ni
|22 Nov 1999||Woodthorpe Lawn Tennis Club
Floodlights for 2 tennis courts
|4 Nov 1999||Gedling Foster Carers Association
This group wishes to replace their existing recruitment and fund raising caravan. The award is for a recruitment and fundraising caravan.
|4 Nov 1999||Calverton Preservation Society
This group wishes to enhance visitors' enjoyment and knowledge of the Folk Museum displays and assist towards an understanding of the local history and heritage. The award is for 10 personal stereos in recharching racks, headsets, electrical connectors, i
|£4,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Nov 1999||Wollaton Drama Group
This group wishes to produce a work called '2K or not 2K', a celebration of entertainment over the last 100 years, to be accompanied by a Millennium Celebration booklet illustrating the theme of the show, give a general history of the theatre in Nottingha
|4 Nov 1999||Burton Joyce Football Club
This club wishes to extend participation to younger children by setting up an under 8s and an under 10s team. The award is for start up costs (training bibs footballs first aid kits corner flags and posts training cones drinks bottles carriers ball
|15 Oct 1999||Midlands Academy of Dance and Drama
Interim Funding Scheme
|£3,525||Arts Council of Wales|
|14 Oct 1999||Carlton Forum Disabled Swimming Club
This club provides activities for people with mental and physical disabilities. The award is for coach hire, a pantomime, and Christmas meal.
|14 Oct 1999||Gujarat Samaj Playgroup
This project aims teach children aged between 30 months and 5 years the Gujarati (Mother Tongue) language. The award is for the purchase of equipment to help with language teaching including TV & Video, Books, Audio/Visual Tapes, and educational outings.
|14 Oct 1999||Gedling Access Group
This group aims to purchase another battery powered scooter (for Beeston Shopmobility), and to print a guide on suitable facilities in Gedling for people with disabilities. They also wish to paint items on the Riverside Trail and replant planters with flo
|14 Oct 1999||Killisick Autumn Club
This group holds weekly social meetings and provides outings for its members. This award will enable the group to purchase games and equipment to improve the activities it can offer. The award is for an electronic bingo machine, microphone and speakers, 2
|14 Oct 1999||The Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire
This group promotes study of the history, archaeology and antiquities of Nottinghamshire through lectures, excursions and publications. They are applying for funding to celebrate 1,000 years of Nottinghamshire as a county community. This will take place t
|£4,592||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Oct 1999||Bluecoat Raleigh Badminton Club
This badminton club wish to purchase start up equipment for their club. They also wish to pay for coaching facility hire and publicity and affiliation fees. The award is for start up equipment coaching and educational coaching facility hire publicity
|7 Oct 1999||Gedling Borough Council
Arnot Hill Park, Arnold - Restoration Plan
|£12,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Sep 1999||Gedling Senior Citizens Club
This group provides companionship for the lonely, running social and recreational activities for its members. The members all seem to enjoy Bingo and the club also arrange subsidised outings and Christmas lunch. The award is for a bingo machine, bingo bo
|9 Sep 1999||Redhill Ladies Hockey Club
This group provides a ladies hockey club and runs two hockey teams that play in Nottingham's Hockey Leagues. The club also supports an indoor hockey team and veterans team. The teams play on Saturdays during the seasons Sept & May and take part in vari
|26 Aug 1999||Midlands Academy Of Dance And Drama
3 Year Musical Theatre Diploma Course: 1998 - 2001
|£34,594||Arts Council England|
|5 Aug 1999||Netherfield Parent/Toddler Group
This group provides a parent/toddler group. a safe play area for under 5s, organised trips for people who cannot afford holidays, trips for the elderly. The award is for toys, equipment, and will subsidise trip for children a Christmas party and pots for
|5 Aug 1999||Gedling Pay Forum
This group provides play training courses and workshops, equipment hire, information, advice, newsletter, summer holiday playscheme development. The award is for volunteer expenses, office expenses, including stationery, postage, printing and telephone, v
|5 Aug 1999||Netherfield and Colwick Senior Citizens Club
This group provides social activities for older members of the community The award is for teapots, communication equipment and outings
|5 Aug 1999||Burton Joyce And Bulcote Local History Society
This Group Encourages Children, Students And The Local Community To Understand And Appreciate Their Local Heritage By Making Available A Local Collection Of Archives, Pertinent Artefacts And Photographs. The Award Is For A Pc (-ú1,614), Printer (-ú235), Sca
|£4,157||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Aug 1999||Phoenixwood Badminton Club
This group provides badminton at a social and competitive level. The award is for the purchase of start up equipment coaching and coach education publicity affiliation fees.
|29 Jul 1999||Arthritis Care
This project is about helping people with arthritis and others committed to empowering people with arthritis to become more involved in their communities. The grant over three years is for the salary of an Administrative Assistant and Development Officer,
|17 Jun 1999||Killisick Pre-School
This group provides education through play to 2 and a half to 5 year olds, meeting for 6 sessions week. They also run a toddlers drop-in centre for one morning a week. The award will purchase equipment for the pre-school, toddlers and the playscheme.
|17 Jun 1999||Greek Orthodox School
This group provides the education of Greek children within the framework of the Greco-Orthodox civilisation; the teaching of the traditions, customs and habits of their nation, the teaching of the Greek virtues; spreading the light of the Christian Orthod
|£4,820||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Jun 1999||Arnold Hill School
This group provides primary education and works closely with Redhill Road Runners School. The grant is for facility hire coaching qualifications indoor athletics equipment advertising.
|17 Jun 1999||Newark & Notts Players Netball Club
This group provides competitive and recreational netball. The award will purchase team equipment including balls bibs first aid netball posts training venues & competitive events qualified coaches and coaching club personnel club recruitment schemes
|10 May 1999||Arnold Old Peoples Welfare Committee
This group provides facilities for pensioners groups The grant is for replacement of gas central heating boiler, new floor, removal of two dangerous trees and a manhole and pip repair.
|10 May 1999||Calverton Community Oasis
This group provides an opportunity for individuals and groups within the community to be brought together for educational and recreational purposes. It exists to promote a spirit of self help and develop voluntary action. the replacement of the kitchen un
|10 May 1999||Newstead Storysack Group
This group aims to provide storysacks containing picturebooks with supporting materials to stimulate reading activities, to be lent out on a library basis. the costs of making up 80 storysacks, each to contain a clothbag, a fiction book, a non-fiction boo
|10 May 1999||Chandos Garden Association
This group provides support to allotment holders. a heavy duty rotovator.
|10 May 1999||Hucknall Water Polo Club
"This group provides the promotion and instruction in water polo. pool hire, new balls for juniors and women, polo coaching and lifeguarding courses."
|27 Apr 1999||Netherfield Community Forum
This Project Will Help To Regenerate The Netherfield Area. The Need For The Scheme Was Identified By Local People At A Conference And A Range Of Community Projects Are Already Underway. The Grant, Over Three Years, Is For Office Equipment, Salary For A Co
|27 Apr 1999||Nottinghamshire Rural Community Council
The project is to encourage rural communities to find their voice and work with them to ensure sustainable communities for the future. This is to be achieved by developing regeneration strategies with 24 village communities over three years. The grant ov
|12 Apr 1999||Woodborough Local History Group
This group provides talks, exhibitions and publications to foster public interest in local heritage and history especially relating to the village of Woodborough. a computer, peripherals, operating software and input/ output devices.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Apr 1999||Calverton Swimming Club
This group provides training facilities over 6 nights a week for swimmers of all abilities mostly children and young adults who wish to pursue the sport of competitive swimming. pool hire costs of chief coach assistant coach lifeguard.
|12 Apr 1999||Arnold Town Football Club
This group provides football coaching and matches for men and women. They also have strong links with the local boys and girls clubs. portable floodlights with generator footballs goalkeeper equipment cones portable goals hire of pitch coach expens
|4 Mar 1999||Papplewick and Linby Day Centre
This project will ensure the continuation of a day centre facility, which involves luncheon clubs, social and educational activities, for people aged over 60 years in a rural area. The initial funding from Help the Aged Millennium Awards has come to an en
|9 Feb 1999||Out House Project
This project is for an oral/video history project and to develop a credit union and welfare rights advice and benefit service. The grant over one year is for office equipment, fees for freelance workers, producing information, training for staff and consu
|13 Jan 1999||Gedling Borough Council
Three local Festivals will include a Whitsuntide Parade a 'Musical Picnic-+ with local groups bands and choirs providing the entertainment a `Family Fun Day-+ with arts and crafts activities sports artistic and fun competitions focusing on environmental sus
|13 Jan 1999||Nottingham Council of Churches
A year long festival will involve people with disabilities and school children in the creation of artistic displays based on local heritage to be exhibited in public places. Events to include music and drama performances and a local puppeteer multicultura
|4 Jan 1999||Calverton Community Toy Library
This group provides a place where parents and carers can meet and also hire toys. The grant is for educational electronic games and to replace large toys.