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|23 Aug 1999||Market Deeping Bowls Club
Improvements to green and construction of new clubhouse.
|18 Aug 1999||Peterborough Highland Pipe Band
This band promotes access to Scottish Highland arts, culture and heritage through the performance of music. They will use their award to increase access and participation by making instruments and learning aids available to new members and to provide cost
|£4,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Aug 1999||Textile Lincs
This Group Works To Raise Awareness Of Textiles In The Community. The Grant Has Been Awarded For Textiles Equipment (-ú550), Textiles Supplies (-ú175), Room Hire (-ú500) And Advertising (-ú130).
|£1,356||Arts Council England|
|5 Aug 1999||Bourne Youth Theatre
This Group Provides Regular Workshops In The Performing Arts - Drama, Dance, Music. Theatre Visits. They Are The Only Regular Outlet For Youth Theatre In The Area. The Grant Has Been Awarded For Technical Equipment, Publicity, Costume Hire, Writers & Rese
|£1,700||Arts Council England|
|5 Aug 1999||Long Bennington Playing Field Management Committee
This group provides the management, maintenance and development of the two playing fields in the village. The award will be used towards the cost of drainage works to the main road playing field soccer pitch, and subsequent treatment of the ground.
|5 Aug 1999||Swayfield Village Hall Committee
This group provides facilities for a range of community activities and functions. The award is for multi-purpose portable stage, tables and chairs to accommodate 80 people.
|5 Aug 1999||Claypole Youth Club
This group provides a local meeting place for young people. The award is for equipment such as table tennis table, nets and bats, basket ball unit and ball, hockey goal and nets, football, pinboard and whiteboard.
|5 Aug 1999||The Friends Of Willoughby School
This group provides services and equipment not supplied by the County Education Authority. The award is for an adventure playground.
|5 Aug 1999||1st Ryhall Essendine & Belmesthorpe Scout Group
This group provides beaver, cub and scouting activities for boys aged 6 to 14. The award is for 4 patrol tents (-ú2240), 4 frame tents (-ú1100), lightweight tents (-ú390) and cooking equipment (-ú390).
|5 Aug 1999||Workers' Educational Association
This group provides a wide range of Adult Education courses, including targetted courses for people with learning disabilities. The award is for a PC , digital camera (-ú800), print scanner (-ú270), film scanner (-ú600), a printer (-ú239), a storage trolley (
|5 Aug 1999||Foston Village Hall
This group provides a village hall. The award is for renovation of village hall
|5 Aug 1999||Baston Environmental Group
This group carries out environmental projects in the parish. They have a programme of projects which are identified in conjunction with other regional environmental agencies. The award is for computer equipment, digital camera, tape recorder, transcripti
|£3,956||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Aug 1999||Thurlby Heritage
This Group Raises Awareness Of The Rural Life And Environment Of Thurlby And Records, Restores And Preserves Local Heritage. The Award Is For Research, Compilation And Illustration Costs For Booklet (-ú473), Printing Costs (-ú445) And Launch Costs (-ú610).
|£1,528||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Jun 1999||The Woodland Trust
This project will enable a feasibility study to be carried out, which will seek views on this organisation's potential beneficiaries and explore opportunities for people to participate in the organisation's activities. The one year grant will fund 50% of
|17 Jun 1999||Rippingale Millennium Committee
This group consults with the parish residents and has identified projects which the village wish to support in celebration of the millennium, which this group organises. a public notice board, double sided and support frame, artwork, 2000 leaflets to comp
|£4,839||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Jun 1999||Community Care For The Elderly ( Grantham )
This group provides day care for frail elderly people living in their own homes. stationery, expenses and printing costs.
|£2,017||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Jun 1999||Grantham Badminton Club
This group provides badminton for all ages and promotes junior participation by providing court time and coaching. The grant is for BISI bags and mini BISI bags 6 week taster sessions for juniors coaching costs transport and upgrading of coaching skill
|17 Jun 1999||The Deeping Scouting Canoe Club
This group provides safe canoeing and promotes canoe and kayak training. The award is for the purchase of 4 canoes and equipment and necessary insurance.
|17 Jun 1999||Grantham Manunfacturing Limited Volleyball Club
This group provides an outlet for people to participate in and enjoy the sport of volleyball and is aimed at people of all levels of skill and ability. It provides programmed training for people of all ages from 6 to 60 working towards players participat
|17 Jun 1999||Manthorpe Gymnastics Club
This group provides recreational and competitive gymnastics for children aged 5-16 of all abilities. The award will pay for one coach training course and gymnastics equipment.
|10 May 1999||Stamford Arts Workspace
This Group Encourages The Artistic Development Of All Members And The Community. It Manages A Shared Workspace And Runs Workshops For Adults And Children As Well As A Craft Club. 5 One-Day Free Workshops And Materials.
|£500||Arts Council England|
|10 May 1999||Corby Glen Church Room
This organisation manage and maintain the Church Room for the use of the local community, including local organisaitons such as a Friendship Club, Bowls Club and playgroup. They would like to undertake urgent repairs to the windows and doors to allow the
|10 May 1999||Grantham Heart Support Group
This group provides support for people with cardiac problems, holding monthly meetings with expert speakers on alternative treatments, relaxation and resuscitation. the printing of 500 brochures, running costs of monthly meetings (expenses for speakers, l
|10 May 1999||Joint Committee of Claypole Sports Ground
This group provides the running and maintenance of a hall available for use by all local organisations such as the social and sports clubs. the creation of a multi hard play area.
|10 May 1999||Earlesfield Community Centre Management Committee
This group provides the running of a community facility, which houses a drop in centre, advice centre, and is used for a wide range of social and recreational groups. 20 folding tables, 2 table trolleys, 80 upholstered stacking chairs, 2 bogies for moving
|10 May 1999||Grantham Leisure Support Group
This group provides the opportunitiy to develop social, leisure and sporting skills by organising activities and excursions to adults with learning disabilities and special needs adults with learning disabilities and special needs. the subsidy of summer o
|10 May 1999||Harlaxton Village Hall
This group is set up to deal with the day to day management of the village hall, negotiating with building contractors with regard to repairs and to ensure that the hall is available at all times to village users. In addition the committe holds various fu
|10 May 1999||Carlton Scroop and Normanton Village Hall
This group provides social and leisure activities for the village. folding tables and chairs.
|27 Apr 1999||Carlton Scroop and Normanton Village Hall
To assist with the installation of replacement windows for the Village Hall The one year grant is for the installation of uPVC windows.
|27 Apr 1999||2nd Billingborough and Horbling Scouts and Guides
To construct a new headquarters as the current facility is being sold for private development. Any free days and evening the hall will be offered to local youth groups, schools and nursery groups. The organisation have been given a parcel of land 0.6 of a
|27 Apr 1999||Witham Church and School Estate
The purpose of the project is to extend and refurbish the meeting area of the parish hall to enable wider use by the community. This would improve provisions for disabled users and accessibility. The application is to improve the meeting space environment
|12 Apr 1999||KGGS PTFA
This group aims to promote the school to the wider community and enhance the school environment through fund raising and social events. The purchase of archive storage materials and equipment, administration costs, a computer and a licence to operate a He
|£2,815||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Apr 1999||The Corby Glen Local History Society
This group provides opportunities for members to research, record and publish the social and economic history of Corby Glen, for the benefit of the community. They arrange regular talks, film shows and group visits to places of interest. a 35mm projector
|£660||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Feb 1999||Grantham And District Mencap Ltd
This is an environmental project for people with learning and physical difficulties and their families living in the Grantham area. The one year grant will be used for building construction and other items such as materials, fencing, summer house, plants,
|9 Feb 1999||The Friends of the Bythams School
The project is to acquire a site for development into an adventure play area, landscaped area with new cycle and walk ways. The project is for the benefit of local children and the community in general. The grant over one year is for the purchase of land
|26 Jan 1999||South Kesteven District Council
Folk & Food, Drink & Dance Festival 2000
|£27,552||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Artlink East
|£22,140||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Woodland Trust
Ancient Woodland in Wales
|£88,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jan 1999||Woodland Trust
England's Ancient Woodland
|£78,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Jan 1999||Deeping Men's Group Handicapped and Charity Fund
This group provides medical aids and wheelchairs to men and women in need in the Deepings area. The grant is for 15 manual wheelchairs, 3 wheeled walkers, 5 perching stools and 5 toilet safety frames to be loaned out according to short-term need
|23 Nov 1998||South Kesteven District Council
|4 Nov 1998||Long Bennington Village Hall
This Village Hall provides a focus for local community activities. The grant is for the re-surfacing and fencing of an outdoor area to provide safe and secure play facilities for the users of the residents of Long Bennington.
|28 Sep 1998||1st Colsterworth Scout Group
This scouting group provides activities for young people from the ages of 6 to 15 in a rural area of Lincolnshire. The organisation wish to purchase canoes and related equipment to enable the members of the group to achieve awards in British Canoe Union
|27 Sep 1998||Barkston and Syston Village Hall
The project is to replace chairs, tables and staging for a village hall. The one year project is for chairs, tables and staging.
|20 Jul 1998||South Kesteven District Council
Construction of Tennis Courts and Alterations to Clubhouse and Surrounds.
|26 Mar 1998||Stamford and District Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will provide an outreach welfare rights service to rural areas. The three year grant will be used to pay for four staff salaries, travel, refurbishment, purchase of office equipment, production of promotional materials, training and general ru
|26 Mar 1998||Langtoft Village Hall Management Committee
The project will improve the community facility. This one year grant will be used for a new floor.
|20 Oct 1997||Grantham Sub-Aqua Club
Purchase of RIB and safety equipment
|7 Oct 1997||St Peter, Claypole, Lincolnshire
St Peter, Claypole, Lincolnshire
|£68,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Sep 1997||Burghley Park Cricket Club
Upgrading of Existing Pavilion.
|18 Sep 1997||Stamford Volunteer Bureau
The project will extend the work of the group and develop volunteering opportunities in rural areas. The grant, over three years, will be used to provide running costs and office equipment and to pay for increased staff hours.
|18 Aug 1997||Great Gonerby Parish Council.
Provision of all weather MUGA with floodlights and surround fencing
|11 Jun 1997||Colsterworth Music And Drama Committee
A Stage in Time
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Camerata
|£4,750||Arts Council England|
|19 May 1997||Deepings Swimming Club
1Purchase of Timing Equipment
|19 Mar 1997||Wide World Voices
Song Makers' Project
|£4,979||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Stamford Amateur Musical Society
Making Good Music Available for All
|£4,500||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Kbf Association
Living Folklore - A Digital Archive
|£4,040||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Tallington Village Hall
History Of Tallington Village
|£1,000||Arts Council England|
|17 Dec 1996||Church Trees Club For The Physically Disabled
This disabled club will provide wheelchairs for use by members. The grant, over three years, is to purchase and maintain four powered wheelchairs.
|17 Dec 1996||Artlink East
The project will extend current work which gives disabiled people more access to, and greater involvement in, the arts. The grant, over three years, is for four salaries, running costs and training.
|17 Dec 1996||British Red Cross
The grant, over three years, will be used to extend an existing building, purchase a vehicle, office equipment, salary costs, mobility/independent living aids and general running costs.
|16 Dec 1996||Barkston And Syston Playing Fields Management Cttee
"Sports pavilion - changing rooms, showers, female/disabled toilet, gents toilets, officials rooms, kitchen/committee/ tea room"
|19 Aug 1996||Billingborough Parish Council
New Sports Pavilion
|19 Feb 1996||Bourne & District Lawn Tennis Club
Rebuild tennis court which has been damaged by tree roots.
|19 Dec 1995||Age Concern Deepings
Provide A Growing Population With An Urgently Needed Resource Facility
|19 Dec 1995||Home-Start South-West Lincolnshire
To Enhance The Quality Of Life For Under Privileged Families
|19 Dec 1995||Travellers School Charity
Enabling Adult Travelling Communities To Provide Childrens Relevant Education
|18 Oct 1995||The Woodland Trust
The creation of 200 new community woodlands throughout England and Wales. Each of the woods has involved the local community from the first design stages to planting and management.
|17 Jul 1995||Grantham Bowling Club
Replacement of pavilion
|17 Mar 1995||Gregory Arms Sunday Football Club
New changing room facilities