39 matching grants found.
|6 Dec 2000||Wellow Toftholders & Owners Association
WELLOW DAM RESEARCH & REFURBISHMENT
|£6,086||Heritage Lottery 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.
|10 Nov 2000||Newark Archaeological and Local History Society
This local history society would like to purchase equipment to undertake a photographic project for the Millennium and the Queen's Golden Jubilee undertaking a photographic survey of Newark Town Centre. They last did this for the Silver Jubilee in 1977 an
|£4,549||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Night Owls After School Club Walesby
The grant will be used to create 16 after school places for children aged 5-11 years old in Newark. School served will be Walesby C of E Primary School.
|£7,200||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Hobby-Horse Childcare Limited
The grant will be used to create 32 before school, 40 after school and 40 holiday places for children aged 3-11 years old in Newark, Nottinghamshire. Schools served will be Elston All Saints Primary, Flintham Primary, Holy Trinity RC Primary, Highfields
|£50,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Sep 2000||Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts
RSNC is the lead partner of a consortium established to deliver the SEED programme. A grant scheme awarding grants of up to -ú50,000 to support Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainable Development. The programme will support a wide range of project
|£15,136,395||New Opportunities Fund|
|29 Aug 2000||St Wilfrid's Parochial Church Council
This Church Council run the old School Room as a community centre. They have recently refurbished the rooms and would like to provide an access ramp. The award is for a ramp for wheelchair access.
|29 Aug 2000||Collingham and District Rural Advice Centre
This Advice and Information Centre would like funding to works towards the Community Legal Service Quality Mark and improve their service to their clients. The award is for a training course in 'Achieving Excellence', start up and administartion costs in
|29 Aug 2000||Farndon Archaeological Research Institute
This project aims to provide the group with the necessary equipment to help develop their research and presentation standards. The group currently provide lectures and exhibitions at local events, and wish to improve on the professionalism of these. The a
|£4,981||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Aug 2000||Collingham and District Local History Society
This local history group would like to produce a book on the village in the Millennium which will serve as an archive in years to come. The award is for the cost of printing 1,250 copies of a book entitled 'Collingham 2000'
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Aug 2000||Welbeck Colliery Cricket Club
This project aims to improve the facilities for junior members of the club. This is part of the groups plan to re-structure their youth section to help improve links with schools and also to develop other sports. The award is for sports equipment and the
|29 Aug 2000||Caunton Lawn Tennis Club
This group provides facilities for coaching and playing tennis for the local community. They would like floodlighting for their current tennis courts which are situated near the lcoal primary school. The award is for the lighting scheme and power supply.
|21 Aug 2000||Nottinghamshire County Council
The Magnus Church of England School - New 4 court hall and artificial turf pitch
|5 Jul 2000||Furniture Project (covering Newark, Sherwood and Bassetlaw)
This is the second award which NLCB has given to the Furniture Project and will enable it to continue to provide essential items of furniture to people and families on low incomes, homeless or ex-offenders. The grant, over two years, is for salaries of a
|26 Jun 2000||Dukeries Complex And Community College
Purchase of performance and ancilliary equipment
|£79,374||Arts Council England|
|19 Jun 2000||Lincoln Mountaineering Club
Purchase of club hut in North Wales and necessary improvements
|16 Jun 2000||Doodles Newark Ltd
The grant will be used to set up a 16 place after-school club and a 24 place holiday scheme for children aged 4-11years old in Balderton, Newark. Schools served will be John Hunt Infant & Nursery and John Hunt Junior schools.
|£12,779||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Winthorpe After School Club
The grant will be used to create 16 after-school places and 16 holiday places for children aged 3-11 years old. School served will be Winthorpe County Primary School.
|£14,400||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Time Out Kids Club
The grant will be used to set up a 16 place holiday club for children aged 3-11 years old in Newark, Nottinghamshire. School served will be Sutton-on-Trent Primary School.
|£7,200||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Dean Hole After School Club
The grant will be used to create 10 after-school places for children aged 3-11 years old. Schools served will be Caunton Dean Hole, Norwell and Maplebeck Primary schools.
|£4,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Jun 2000||Tot Stop Toddler Group
This recently started group (July 99) is applying for storage and play equipment, to ensure that the group can run well into the next millennium. The award is for shelving for storage, soft play area, and a sand/water play table.
|14 Jun 2000||Farnsfield Over Sixties Friendship Club
The group are applying to take their members on outings to place of interest and to provide them with lunch and a christmas meal. The award is for hall hire, coach hire, and contributions towards a lunch, and Christmas meal.
|14 Jun 2000||Newark Autism Support Group
This autism support group, formed in Jan '99, would like funding to purchase books, videos and training materials for use in 27 schools in the Newark & Sherwood district. The award is for the purchase of books, videos and training materials.
|14 Jun 2000||Beth Shalom Ltd
This group provides memorial, museum and educational facilities and resources to assist people in learning the lessons of the Holocaust and other acts of genocide. They would like to reproduce their book 'Our Lonely Journey' about children who came to Eng
|£4,297||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Jun 2000||Humpty's Club
This table tennis club wish to purchase equipment and storage facilities to enable them to further develop their links with the localcommunity including a partnership with the local high school. The award is for 6 match tables with nets and posts 20 bu
|27 Apr 2000||Nottinghamshire County Council
Rufford Country Park - Restoration Plan
|£14,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Ollerton Junior School
This Group Wish To Create A Musical Event To Be Performed During The Week Of The 25th-29th May 2000 As Part Of The Bbc Millennium Music Live. The Project Is Focused Upon Seven Schools Within The Area Which Will Work With Professional Artists To Create The
|£4,800||Arts Council England|
|10 Apr 2000||Friends of the Plantation
This recently formed group, which provides guided walks of a historical site in Sherwood Forest known as Duke's Wood, would like to purchase display equipment and cabinets, and hire transport in order to facilitate a larger volume of visitors to the site.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Apr 2000||Price, Gerry
|£4,755||Arts Council England|
|18 Feb 2000||Farnsfield Mondy Club
This social club wishes to improve the facilities they offer to members (mostly isolated, older people) by purchasing a bingo machine, new games, a coffee maching, and also are applying for support with their programme of outings for 2000. The award is fo
|18 Feb 2000||Bilsthorpe Residents and Tenants Association
This group is planning to buy 100 carbon monoxide/smoke detectors to be distributed to homes in Bilsthorpe. These homes are occupied elderly, vulnerable and disabled people, and those in low incomes. The award is for 100 carbon monoxide/smoke detectors.
|18 Feb 2000||Upton Seven Fifty
This group are applying for funding to run a village pageant to mark the millennium. Local people will be encouraged to use their skills, and work with professional tutors in music, writing and costume making, stained glass work and art. The award is for
|£4,793||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Feb 2000||Collingham After School Club
The grant will be used to set up 10 new holiday playscheme places for children aged 11-14 in Collingham and surrounding villages in Newark. Schools served will be Newark High and Magnus Grove Secondary schools.
|£4,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Feb 2000||Farndon After School Club
The grant will be used to set up 16 after school places and 16 holiday childcare places for children aged 5-11 years. The project will be situated in a rural area. Schools served will be Farndon St Peters C of E Primary School.
|£7,441||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Feb 2000||Lindsell, Martell
|£9,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Feb 2000||Inta Performance Group
|£18,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Feb 2000||Newark And Sherwood District Council
Newark on Water Festival project
|£8,500||Arts Council England|
|8 Feb 2000||Ming, William
|£2,165||Arts Council England|
|27 Jan 2000||Newark and Sherwood Council for Voluntary Service
Newark And Sherwood Cvs Provides Advice, Information And Training On All Aspects Of Running A Voluntary Community Or Self Help Group. This Project Will Employ A Full-Time Funding Officer To Support The Development Of A Stable And Financially Secure Volunt