Lottery grants awarded to Nottingham in 1999

144 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Council

Bigwood School will build a floodlight multi-use games area for basketball, netball, hockey, football, and tennis. Two existing hard surface tennis courts will also be upgraded and community changing and toilet facilities will be built. A new disabled ca

£300,000 New Opportunities Fund
22 Dec 1999 East Midlands Museums Service

Was Your Grandfather a Soldier?

£87,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Dec 1999 Queen Medical Centre Nottingham

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.

£816,264 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust

New Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£27,450 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust

New Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£26,250 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust

New 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 Nottingham City Hospital 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.

£38,208 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital 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.

£43,238 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust

New 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.

£1,196,223 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital 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.

£899,815 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Nottingham City Hospital 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
14 Dec 1999 Monomania

This Group Wishes To Fund A Tour Of The Group'S New Creative Ensemble. The Group Will Tour To Four Nightlcubs In Derby, Nottm, Leicester And Northampton. At Each New Venue The Group Will Develop New Improvised Material Along With Musical Spines. They Will

£5,000 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 Yum Loo

This Group Provides Paid Employment For Regional And National Artists, And Is Committed To Widening Access To Contemporary Art. They Are Applying For An Award To Fund A Rural Tour To Notts Venues Of Yum Loo'S Latest Show, 70 Years Ad. The Award Is For Fee

£4,907 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 Wilford Women's Institute

This Wi Wishes To Stage An Arts And Crafts Exhibition To Be Open To All Local Residents, Bringing The Two Communities Of Wilford And Silverdale Together. This Award Will Assist The Wi In The Preparation Of The Event. The Award Is For Advertising, Publici

£1,850 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 The Pensioners Rights Campaign (Clifton)

This group is active in two areas, both campaigning for an adequate state pension and equal treatment and better standards of living for older people; and also providing mutual support, friendship, the passing of information and social activities for its

£875 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 Rosebery Strollers

This project aims to reward the efforts of the group to become an independent self-help group for people with long-term mental health problems. This project will also provide the group with equipment so that they can further their activities. The award is

£3,800 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 124th Nottingham Scout Group

This group wishes to refurbish their headquarters which are 30 years old. The award is to renew the central heating systems, and to renew/refurbish the electrial installations.

£4,685 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 Southglade Toddler Group

This group wishes to purchase equipment needed to provide physical development activities and to provide an imagination area. The award is for a portable storage soft play activity box, a dresing unit, junior mirror and mobile cloakroom, 3 tumble mats, a

£838 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 Wollaton Care Group

This care group would like funding in order to purchase two mobile wheelchairs, for publicity costs in order to recruit more volunteers and for costs involved in holding a bi-weekly luncheon over a three month period (food, transport and venue hire). The

£2,775 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 Broxtowe African Caribbean Social Organisation

This project aims to further research the needs of Afro-Caribbean's in the Broxtowe and Nottingham area. It is hoped that the results from this reseach can be used to improve the quality of life for Afro-Caribbeans. The award is for the payment for produc

£5,000 Community Fund
14 Dec 1999 Art Outlook

This group of people with mental health problems gather to develop skills by exploring aspects of art and local history. This project will deliver three projects producing sculptures inspired by the Natural History Collection at Wollaton Hall, producing

£3,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Dec 1999 The Monty Hind Club

"This is a project to develop coaching in partnership with the BOBU indoors during winter. They are developing coaching for 5-12 year olds, and introduce coaching for member of the eveing youth club. They are also aiming to develop a county wide initiativ

£2,661 Sport England
14 Dec 1999 Notts Bigwood Gym Club

This project aims to encourage more children and young people to take up and continue training in gymnastics. This is a new group who need to promote themselves in schools to gain new members. This award will be used to purchase a trampette pay for coach

£1,786 Sport England
10 Dec 1999 Hadyn Out Of School Care Association

The grant will be used to set up after school and holiday playcare each of 16 places children aged 5-11 years old. The project will be situated in an urban area and will serve Haydn Road Primary School.

£3,050 New Opportunities Fund
25 Nov 1999 Indian Community Centre Association

This project is to carry out a feasibility study on a property extension and identify the needs of the Indian and local community and how best to address them. The grant, over one year, is for running expenses, the feasibility study and planning permissio

£7,087 Community Fund
25 Nov 1999 Nottingham Vietnamese Community Project

The Project Will Provide An Advocacy And Interpreting Service For Nottingham'S Vietnamese Community. Volunteers From The Vietnamese Community Will Be Trained To Provide A Support At Gp Surgeries/Hospitals. A Health Development Worker Will Carry Out Resear

£64,256 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 Arte

This Project Aims To Develop A New Piece Of Work For The Millenium Through A Collaboration Between Arte And Members Of The Community. The Piece Of Music Is Planned To Be Performed In May 2000 As Part Of The Nottingham Live And Direct Series. The Award Is

£5,000 Arts Council England
4 Nov 1999 Club Filipino Nottingham

This Project Aims To Hold A Series Of Performances Of Traditional Filipino Dance In Order To Celebrate The Millennium, Including One At The Children'S Ward Of The Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham. The Award Is For Theatre/Hall Hire, Studio Hire For Rehea

£1,750 Arts Council England
4 Nov 1999 Soul Salsa

This Project Aims To Improve The Level Of Salsa Dance Teaching By Further Educating The Teachers Of Salsa. It Is Hoped That Regular Salsa Evenings Can Be Arranged After This Project Once The Profile Of The Group And The Dance Form Has Risen. The Award Is

£4,800 Arts Council England
4 Nov 1999 Artbeat

This Group Wishes To Fund A Series Of 12 Workshops In Non-Western Arts, Dance And Music, Led By Professional Artists For Local Artists And Members Of The Local Community In Order To Develop A Multi-Media Performance/Installation. The Award Is For Artists

£5,000 Arts Council England
4 Nov 1999 Nottingham Deaf Social Club

This group provides a meeting place for BSL users. They are asking for computer equipment to facilitate the administration of the group, improve publicity and help members to learn computer skills. The award is for video conferencing software, Pentel 3 p

£4,000 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 Aspley Centre Thursday Club

This group provides weekly gatherings, social events and outings for older people in the locality. The award is for outings to Turners Christmas Old Time Music Hall, Skegness and the coast.

£1,500 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 Hindu Temple Millennium Celebration Club

This group wishes to entertain various agegroups with cultural shows, where children will be encouraged to participate. The award is for activities for different children's agegroups, performances for women and senior citizens, a coach trip for senior cit

£4,300 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 Tribal Dance Company

This project aims to provide deprived children the opportunity to take part, contribute and to create a dance show that will be performed to the local community. The award is for the payment of workshop costs including volounteer expenses, venue hire and

£4,818 Community Fund
4 Nov 1999 In Accord

This project aims to create a musical and dance perfromance which will bring together the fields of science and art, to mark the millenium in a unique way. The award is for the hiring of the Nottingham Albert Hall for two night, and for production costs i

£4,200 Millennium Commission
20 Oct 1999 Bees Knees Kids Clubs Ltd

The grant will create 20 before school, 60 after school and 70 holiday places, a total of 150 places, for children aged 5 - 16. The project will operate at two schools in the Nottingham area. Schools served will be St Albans Infants, St Albans Junior, St

£46,123 New Opportunities Fund
19 Oct 1999 Sambawamba

Purchase of vehicle and Office equipment

£72,561 Arts Council England
19 Oct 1999 Nottingham Media Centre

To purchase and install IT

£93,197 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 Short Stay Visitors

This Group Offer Accessibility To Dance Through Workshop Programmes For A Wide Cross Section Of The Community. This Project Is To Create A Research And Development Period To Send A Member On A Residency Led By A Leading Dance Expert And To Research And E

£3,995 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 Anti-Fascist Youth Arts Project (AFYAP)

This Group Promotes Anti-Fascism Among Young People Using Arts-Based Activities. The Group Plan To Develop And Tour A Play And Workshops Which Tackle The Issue Of Racism. They Intend The Event To Take Place Between February And March 2000. The Award Is Fo

£2,500 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 Arkwright Primary and Nursery School

This Group Provides A Primary And Nursery School For Children Aged 3-11. They Wish To Commission An Artist To Work With Children In Designing And Making A Sculpture For The School'S Millennium Garden. The Garden Will Be Open To Everyone In The Community A

£2,000 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 St. John's Millennium Wall Hanging Group

This Group Produces Fabric Wall Hangings, Quilts And Related Items. They Provide Training And Share Expertise Between Members. This Project Is To Produce A Wall Hanging Exhibition In Which All Members Of The Community Will Be Able To Participate, Thereby

£897 Arts Council England
14 Oct 1999 Meadows Muslim Action Centre

The group will improve the facilities available to all users of the Meadows Muslim Centre. The award is for kitchen equipment, 2 secondhand sewing machines, textbooks and an overhead projector

£4,800 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 53rd St. Margaret's Scout Group

This grant would replace old camping equipment and provide new camping furniture for this scout group. It will enable mixed camping trips, and improved facilities when camping. The award is for camping equipment (tents, groundsheets, fire tent, tables, b

£3,000 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Bakersfield & Sneinton Asian Childrens Playscheme

This group wish to purchase a computer, start up equipment and publicity materials for use in a playgroup. The award is for the purchase of a computer,publicity materials and start-up equipment, daytrips and the cost of training courses.

£1,700 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Wollaton Muslim Womens Organisation

This group provides social, educational and cultural activities for Muslim women and children in Wollaton. The award would be used to pay for health and fitness and educational activities and the start up of a new cookery club. The award is for health and

£700 Community Fund
14 Oct 1999 Council for British Archaeology East Midlands

This group wishes to purchase the neccessary equipment for meetings, where illustrative material is essential for the communication of current archaeology to members. At present the equipment has to be borrowed. The award is for a projector, lens and remo

£1,243 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Oct 1999 Clifton Town and Country

This project is to write and produce a community play to commemorate and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Clifton Estate taking place in September 2000. The award is for writer's fees, rehearsal costs and expenses, equipment.

£5,000 Millennium Commission
14 Oct 1999 Active Ingredient

This group aims to set up a Chemical Garden for the year 2000, a multi-coloured crystal lawn which fills a large room and resembles a Japanese garden with paths and bridges. The award is for materials: magic trees, solution ingredients, wood, crystal radi

£4,370 Millennium Commission
14 Oct 1999 Nottingham In Line Hockey Club (1999)

This newly formed inline hockey club aim to hire a sports hall each weekend for the training and practice of inline hockey for children and teenagers in the Nottingham area set up inline hockey teams and purchase safety equipment and other related sports

£1,370 Sport England
5 Oct 1999 Nottingham City Education Dept

To create a homework club to raise self esteem. Activities will include a curriculum based video club, internet research and basic literacy & numeracy skills.

£863,230 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 1999 Home-Start Nottingham

Home-Start provides a voluntary home visiting scheme which offers support and friendship to families with young children. With this grant they will purchase their own building, refurbish it to include disabled access, a crhche facility and a drop in centr

£183,422 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Nottingham Mencap

This Project Will Provide Volunteering Opportunities For People With Learning Disabilities At Nottingham Mencap'S Masquerade Retail Outlets And Cafe. Volunteers Will Be Able To Work Towards Qualifications, Such As Food Hygiene And First Aid. The Grant Wi

£225,832 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Technical Aid For Nottinghamshire Communities

This organisation supports voluntary and community groups, helping them to develop by offering support which includes project planning, community consultation, planning and architecture advice, community safety, ecological design and fund-raising. The gra

£132,195 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Bestwood Partnership Forum

Bestwood Partnership Forum will provide a range of activities and opportunities for young people living on the Bestwood Estate. The project will specifically target young people who are at risk of becoming involved in crime, substance abuse and school exc

£135,985 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Crime Concern Trust Limited

Crime Concern works via local and national partnerships in order to reduce crime and create safer communities. This project will establish a Neighbourhood Safety Unit which will develop and support 20 locally based projects. These local projects will incl

£205,500 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 Nottingham Bosnian-Herzegovina Community Association

This Group Provides Community Services For Bosnians. The Award Is For Musical Equipment, Instruments, Sewing Machine, Cam Corder, Publicity, Running Costs, Expenses And Training.

£5,000 Arts Council England
9 Sep 1999 Sambawamba Ltd

This Group Provides Community Carnivals And Carnival Workshops Across Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire And Leicestershire. The Award Is For Rehearsal Fees For Artists, Touring Costs, Workshop Fees, Marketing And Publicity.

£5,000 Arts Council England
9 Sep 1999 Stigbits Expressive Arts

This Groups Main Activity Is Drama, Working With Participatory Workshops And Performances Based On Real Life Issues. Services Provided: Access To Participatory Arts, Forum For Expression, Opportunity To Gain Skills And Growth Of Self Esteem. The Award Is

£3,060 Arts Council England
9 Sep 1999 Pie-in-ear

This Group Are A Physical Theatre Group, Working With The Skills Of Physical Drama And Clowning. The Award Is For Touring Costs (Transport, Technician, Subsidence), And Production Costs (Professional Fees, Props, Costumes, Publicity, Administration).

£5,000 Arts Council England
9 Sep 1999 Turning Points

This Group Provides Weekly Classes Run During Term Times Of Experimental Arts Work With Dance Training At Its Roots And Creating Dance, Music And Visual Art. It Is A Group For People With Learning Difficulties And Physical Disabilities And Non Disabled A

£4,900 Arts Council England
9 Sep 1999 Men United - Fathers' Network

This group provides support for fathers - they run weekly meetings, talks to other groups, courses on health, fathering, and fathers issues. The award is for a development worker, creche worker, costs of producing video, volunteer expenses, room hire, pub

£5,000 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 The Clifton Girls and Boys Club

This group provides a range of activities for young people, and run the two local football clubs. The award is for the repair of the perimeter fencing.

£5,000 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 Shepherd Old Student Association

This group provides social activities for former students with learning difficulties. The award is for dance/ exercise classes and 2 residential visits.

£3,500 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 Gujarat Samaj Sahelis

This group provides activities and outings for Asian women in Nottingham. The award is for outings to two cultural centres, seminars/demonstrations with special relevance to Asian women.

£4,100 Community Fund
9 Sep 1999 Mens Advice Network

This group promotes the well being of men who have psychological difficulties such as stress. anxiety, depression etc. The award is to extend the number of drop in sessions of the group, and to develop a sample survey of men's psychological health.

£4,500 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Nottingham, 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.

£850,906 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 1999 Djanogly City Technology 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.

£15,299 New Opportunities Fund
5 Aug 1999 Central Line Touring

This Group Provides High Quality Theatre For New Audiences, Training And Work Opportunities For Actors/Actresses. The Grant Has Been Awarded For Professional Fees (Director, Artists, Administrator, Understudies), Costumes, Props, Publicity, Transport, Reh

£3,840 Arts Council England
5 Aug 1999 Made to Measure Workshops

This Group Provides Combined Arts Workshops In Schools, Educational Establishments, The Community And Other Settings. They Specialise In Working With Those With Special Needs Or Those Who Are Deprived. The Grant Has Been Awarded For Artists Fees And Proje

£4,360 Arts Council England
5 Aug 1999 Oldknows Studio Group

This Group Provides Economical Studio Space For Practising Artists, Operating As A Co-Operative Providing Shared Resources. The Grant Has Been Awarded For Basic Refurbishment, Publicity, Creative Programme - Workshops, Materials, Artists Fees And Public L

£3,400 Arts Council England
5 Aug 1999 Stockhill Estate Tenants and Residents Association

This group provides promotion of residents rights. The award is for security fencing, burglar alarm,security lighting.

£1,951 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Jalalabad Bangladeshi Cultural and Welfare Organisation

This group provides advocacy, interpretation, representation and social activities and education programmes for the Bangladeshi community. The award is for the purchase of a photocopier, computer equipment and accessories, fax machine and stationery.

£3,867 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Sherwood Dales Neighbourhood Watch Scheme

This group provides a crime prevention and neighbourhood awareness scheme. The award is for stationery, room hire, 12 answerphones and newsletters.

£638 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Mobile Unit for Development Issues

This group provides education to promote an understanding of global and development issues such as poverty, culture, religion and the environment. It is aimed at teachers and pupils in the county of Nottinghamshire. The award is for 1 storyteller and 1 ar

£4,540 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 Hindu Youth Group

This group provides activities to develop leadership by instilling qualities, good character, physical fitness and to promote harmony, tolerance and racial equality. The award is for Red cross first aid training (-646), yoga teacher (-1,300), marketing pu

£4,946 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 West Area Playproject

This group provides after school clubs, training in play and related activities for volunteers and parents and the provision of playschemes. The award is for 10 activity workshops (-1400), 6 marquees (-1100), first aid and security (-700) and inflatables

£3,400 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 L.A.P.S. Social Action Project

This group provides an elderly day club for the Indian Community. This involves a luncheon club, social activities, library services, advice and information. The award is for a Computer - Compac 5640, QMS Magicolor 2 Desk Laser Printer, Computer Software

£4,929 Community Fund
5 Aug 1999 STAA Limited

This group aims to preserve the historic alllotment gardens in St Ann's Nottingham, promoting & supporting allotment gardening in general, encourage the regeneration of the St Ann's area of Nottingham The award is for recording equipment, audio tapes, pho

£2,634 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Aug 1999 William Sharp After School Trampolining Club

This group provides extra-curricular trampolining. The award is for the provision for 4 teachers to complete BTF Grade 1 coach award purchase of 2 safety end decks and mats for trampolines 2 safety crash mats volunteer expenses club start-up costs and

£2,470 Sport England
5 Aug 1999 Newlink-Nottingham

This group provides a range of education and training for people with physical disabilities. The award is for a PC system, 15 x combi cards, generic T-piece, ethernet cable and cable ends.

£1,641 Community Fund
3 Aug 1999 Nottingham City Council

Nottingham Arboretum

£823,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Jul 1999 Bestwood Park 60+ Club

Bestwood Park 60+ Club provides a range of social events for older people. This project will enable friends old and new to meet and discuss local issues and arrange trips to places of interest. The grant over three years will pay for coach costs and gener

£11,635 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 36th Nottingham Brownies, Guides, Rangers and Trefoil Guild

This Guide Association has received funding to enable disabled Guides and Brownies to fully participate in activities and compete for badges. This grant will help them to build on their previous award from the National Lottery Charities Board. The grant,

£15,000 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 D Day Artists Group

This Group Provides A Network Of Exchanges Between Local Artists And Photographers - Providing A Platform For The Development Of Art Work Exhibitions. The Award Will Purchase A Camera/Lens, Film, Backdrop, Props, Studio Lighting Equipment And Pay For Prin

£1,550 Arts Council England
17 Jun 1999 Nottinghamshire Community Dance Company

This Group Provides Regular Contemporary Dance Technique Classes, And Meets Make And Rehearse New Productions That Have A Strong Focus On Dance Giving Performances And Workshops In Educational And Community Settings. The Award Is For Creative And Artistic

£4,528 Arts Council England
17 Jun 1999 Beechdale Lesserable Bodied Sector

This group provides social activities for the elderly and disabled residents of the Beechdale estate. The award is for the costs of printing and distributing a newsletter, costs of excursions and a portable electric bingo machine so that the group can kee

£1,700 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Bulwell No 3 OAP Club

This group provides fortnightly meetings for senior citizens, with discussions, film shows of local interest, outings, and annual holiday, as well as seasonal events. The award will pay for transport and meals for two outings and also a Christmas dinner i

£1,080 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Nottingham Lesbian and Gay Switchboard

This group provides information and support on all matters relating to lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. The award will enable the purchase of 2 computers, 2 printers, printer cartridges, 1 external modem, 1 scanner, assorted software, Jaz memory drive, co

£4,550 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Light Source

This new group has been established to provide a community arts service in the Meadows area. The award will pay for the workshop facilitation fees, materials, equipment and publicity and will enable them to fund 'Future Visions' project based at the Meado

£4,971 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Aspley Dominoes Womens Basketball Club

This group provides coaching and playing opportunities of basketball for all ages and abilities. The award is for the running cost of a coaching camp (including publicity transport court hire) and two wall mounted basketball rings.

£3,087 Sport England
17 Jun 1999 Nottinghamshire Football Partnership

This group takes football into the community by organising festivals coaching events and projects. It was formed as a partnership between Local Authority Sports Developmennt units professional football clubs schools football associations youth clubs a

£4,407 Sport England
15 Jun 1999 Museum of Law Trust Co (Galleries of Justice)

Human Activity & the Environment, Galleries of Justice

£59,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 May 1999 Lenton Community Association

The project is about renovating and refurbishing a community centre to include a large storage area, disabled access and large kitchen/dining area. The grant over one year is for renovation, refurbishment and professional fees.

£28,750 Community Fund
27 May 1999 Play Centre for Children with Disabilities

This is a play centre project for children with disabilities and their families. The grant, over 3 years, will pay for the refurbishment of seating, a computer upgrade, books and publications and the salaries of a full time Mini-bus Driver (37 hrs) and 2

£148,750 Community Fund
27 May 1999 Mary Magdalen Foundation

The project which is based in Basford is to expand and improve a counselling service by building two new rooms increasing the hours of the counsellors and by providing training and educational materials. The grant over three years is for building cons

£111,284 Community Fund
27 May 1999 St Ann's Resource And Advice Centre

This award will continue work previously funded by NLCB. It will meet local community needs particularly benefitting elderly and mentally ill people in St Anns. The grant, over 3 years, is for the salaries of a full time Information and Support Worker (37

£199,587 Community Fund
10 May 1999 47th Nottm (Lenton) Scout Group

This group provides scouting for ages 6-18yrs. camping equipment, tentage and perimeter fence.

£3,000 Community Fund
10 May 1999 The Ukrainian Language School Nottingham

This group provides Ukrainian language and cultural instruction for children between the ages of 3 and 16 years in a voluntary Saturday community school. handbasin/sink in nursery classroom, external notice board, classroom furniture, flooring for five cl

£2,349 Community Fund
10 May 1999 Hindu Temple Luncheon Club

This group provides social, cultural and recreational activities for Hindu, elderly, unwaged people. computer, sewing machine, discourses and music and dance programme

£3,050 Community Fund