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|9 Jul 2003||Jayamac Productions Ltd.
The Production Line - Production Guild Training Course
|£500||UK Film Council|
|2 Jul 2003||Paulerspury Players
PAULERSPURY PLAY PROJECT
|£9,381||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 May 2003||Greens Norton Jubilee Memorial Gardens Committee
The local residents wish to create a small fenced off accessible amenity green space/memorial garden.The site is former allotments site on the edge of the village, and is overlooked by houses /affordable housing scheme and primary school. There is also ac
|£20,704||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 May 2003||Jayamac Productions Ltd.
Cannes Film Market - Financing of the Potter's Daughter
|£400||UK Film Council|
|29 Apr 2003||Kepow Theatre Company
Impro in the Mountains
|£1,600||Arts Council England|
|14 Apr 2003||Old Stratford Primary School
The Organisation Provides Curriculum Education For Children Aged 5 To 11 In The District Of Old Stratford. The Project Is To Mount An Art Exhibition As Part Of The School Arts Festival Week In July. The Children Have Worked With An Artist In Residence To
|£500||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|14 Apr 2003||Kepow Theatre Company
The organisation produces theatre shows and educational workshops, working with a cross section of children , but focussing on children with learning or behavioural difficulties. The project is to produce a new theatre and education project called 'Starti
|£4,750||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|31 Mar 2003||Blisworth Ringers & Parochial Church Council
Bells of Blisworth
|£34,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Feb 2003||Grafton Regis Millenium Fund
Grafton Regis: the story of a village, the history of a nation
|£41,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Feb 2003||Greens Norton Jubilee Memorial Gardens Committee
A development grant has been awarded towards the costs of a widespread community consultation on creating or enhancing a green space for local people. The project will produce a detailed design in the preparation for the grantee to apply for a full `creat
|£2,786||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Feb 2003||Wicken Sports Cricket Club
This Group Provide A Cricket Facility For People Of All Ages And Cultures Accessible To Everyone Who Wishes To Participate. Their Purpose Is To Develop Both The Young And Older Members Encouraging Talent And Raising Standards Of The Game. This Project I
|£4,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|17 Feb 2003||Yardley Hastings Pre-school Playgroup
This Playgroup Would Like To Offer Information Technology To The 24 Children Currently Attending The Group. The Award Is For A Computer, Workstation, Printer And Camera.
|£2,331||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|22 Jan 2003||Woughton Badminton Club
This Badminton Club Was Established In 1980 To Provide The Sport To The Local Community. This Application Will Develop The Sport Of Badminton To A Younger Age Range By The Creation Of A Junior Section At The Club Who Will Gain Skills Through Coaching .
|£3,060||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 Jan 2003||Jayamac Productions Ltd.
Screening of Arranged Marriage at Berlinale 2003
|£1,500||UK Film Council|
|9 Dec 2002||Aynho Village Hall
The Organisation Manages The Village Hall On Behalf Of The Village Organisations Who Use It. The Project Is To Install An Induction Loop System For Use By Those Who Are Hearing Impaired. Microphones Linked To The System Will Be Available For All Users. Th
|£1,217||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|9 Dec 2002||Harpole Playgroup
This Playgroup Run From The Old School Hall Every Weekday Morning. They Would Like To Improve Their Outdoor Play Facilities By Resurfacing A Formerly Tarmaced Area To Make It Safe, Adding An Area Of Garden And Adding An Outdoor Auditorium. The Award Is Fo
|£4,928||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|13 Nov 2002||Jayamac Productions Ltd.
Moonstone Screenwriters Lab - The Potters Daughter
|£1,018||UK Film Council|
|13 Nov 2002||Bishopsgate Youth Club
This group operates within the Bangladeshi community to encourage young people to spend their leisure time away from the streets. Currently, provision of leisure activities excludes many girls from using the facilities due to pressure from religious paren
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|21 Oct 2002||The Little Houghton Parochial Church Council
The Council Want To Encourage The Wider Use Of Their Church Building For Community Activities And Is Aware Of Its Responsibilities Under Disability Discrimination Regulations To Provide Adequate Facilities For Those With Hearing Impairment. They Want To I
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 Aug 2002||Creations
This Organisation, Who Formed In October 2001, Provide Arts Related Projects To Disabled People, Giving Them The Opportunity To Experience And Develop Their Creative And Artistic Potential. They Are Planning A Series Of Arts Awareness Events For People Ag
|£4,990||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 Aug 2002||Paulerspury Players
This Group Produce And Present Pantomimes, Plays And Musical Events For The Involvement, Education And Enjoyment Of The Community. This Project Is To Provide New Staging And Wheelchair Ramp As Well As New Chairs And A Chair Trolley. The Award Is For New
|£3,400||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Aug 2002||Hartwell C of E Primary School
Salcey Youth Choir
|£10,625||Arts Council England|
|29 Jul 2002||Croughton Cuddles
The project is to set up pre-school and playgroup sessions. The organisation used to run mother and toddler sessions, but lost its venue when the building was deemed unsafe in 1998. The opening of a new village hall will provide a suitable venue, enablin
|3 Jul 2002||Banbury Folk Association
This Group Was Set Up In June 2000 To Promote Folk Music And Its Traditions. This Project Focuses Upon Developing Folk Music By A Series Of Workshops Including African Drum Music Workshops With Artists, Marketing Costs, Theatre Production.
|£3,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|24 Jun 2002||Roade School
Roade School Offers A Number Of Extra Curricular And After School Arts And Dance Workshops As Well As Holiday Workshops. The Physical Theatre Group Runs At Lunchtimes For Students Aged 11-14 And Caters For All Abilities. The School Would Like To Work Alon
|£4,750||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|24 Jun 2002||Southfield Primary School
Southfield Primary School provides a wide range of extra curricular activities including football, cross-country, athletics, dance and music. The school is currently working with Mini Basketball England in developing basketball as activity in school and t
|£4,716||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|24 Jun 2002||Northampton & County Amateur Athletics Club (Gymnastics)
The aim of the club is to provide the safe teaching of gymnastics to all children from 18 months to teenage years. They have sessions in the day for pre-school children and recreational sessions for all abilitiies in the early evenings plus sessions for
|£2,676||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|24 Jun 2002||Age Concern (Middleton Cheney)
Age Concern Middleton Cheney Provides A Monthly Social Club For Approximately 70 Members, Many With Mobility Difficulties. Activities They Offer Include Outings, Speakers, Bingo And Quizzes. The Group Would Like To Provide Accessible Transport For Older A
|£1,478||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|14 Jun 2002||South Northamptonshire Council
Grange Park Public Art and Community Development
|£68,600||Arts Council England|
|3 Jun 2002||Jayamac Productions Ltd.
|£10,000||UK Film Council|
|27 May 2002||Milton Keynes Rowing Club
This Established Rowing Club Will Encourage And Coach Another Group Of Youngsters, Aged 11 - 14, By Purchasing Boats And Training Equipment Specifically For This Age Range.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 May 2002||Nether Heyford Village Hall
This Hall Committee Would Like To Install A Sound System At The Premises, Including A Full Induction Loop To Benefit People Who Have Hearing Impairments At Events And Activities. They Hope This Will Encourage More People To Use The Hall. The Award Is For
|£2,833||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 May 2002||Riverside Stroke Club
Thsi Towcester Based Organisation Offer Support And Advice For People Who Have Suffered Strokes And Their Carers. They Would Like To Take Four Outings This Year To Extend Their Social Activities. The Award Is For Transport And Refreshments.
|£700||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 May 2002||The Upper Nene Archaeological Society
This Society investigates and records archaeological sites, promotes study of archaeology and preserves items of archaeological or historical interest. The Society is setting up a site museum which will open later this year but they require assistance wit
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|22 Apr 2002||South Northants Society for Mentally Handicapped Children
Since 1998 South Northants Mencap Society and Gateway Club have been establishing and running a Mencap Gateway Club for people over 18 with learning difficuties, with the help of a Community Fund grant. They now plan to integrate the club into the wider
|18 Apr 2002||Royal Sutton Fun Run
A project to improve safety standards and assist with the publicity for the Royal Sutton Fun Run in Sutton Coldfield. The grant will pay for safety stewards and the production of promotional material for display throughout the town centre.
|£4,725||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Apr 2002||Two Shires Ambulance NHS Trust
The ECG monitors will lead to more accurate diagnosis and rapid treatment for heart attack patients by transmitting crucial high quality data to hospitals.
|£189,108||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Apr 2002||Sulgrave History Society
SULGRAVE CHARACTERS & HERITAGE PROJECT
|£10,574||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Apr 2002||Towcester Camera Club
This Club, Who Formed In December 2000, Would Like To Expand Their Membership By Offering Equipment For Loan To People Who Would Like To Try Out Photography For The First Time. They Also Hope To Promote Their Work Through Advertisements In The Local Paper
|£2,150||Arts Council England|
|5 Apr 2002||Kepow Theatre Company
This Theatre Group Would Like To Run Workshops In Drama And Imaginative Play, Performing A Play Called 'The Cord', Written In The Coronation Year, Which Has Never Been Performed In Britain. They Are Planning To Work With Over 6,000 Young People Aged 11
|£4,800||Arts Council England|
|5 Apr 2002||Blisworth Village Hall and Playing Field Association
The aims of this group are to maintain the local Village Hall and Playing Field and raise funds for their upkeep. This project is to pay for the construction of a skateboard mini ramp. The award is for the costs of a skateboard mini ramp.
|5 Apr 2002||Roade Village Hall and Playing Field
The Hall and Playing Field Charity offer their facility to a number of groups including, toddler groups, scouts, fitness classes and private functions. They wish to provide a hardstanding area on the field for car parking for the football games and traini
|5 Apr 2002||Kislingbury Playing Fields Association
"The Kislingbury Playing Fields Are Used To Play Cricket, Football And Bowls And Has A Children'S Play Area. They Propose To Build A Skate Board Ramp For Use By Young People Within And Outside The Village. The Award Is For The Deign, Materials And Buildin
|25 Feb 2002||Deanshanger Day Centre
This Day Centre provide older people with the chance to meet together for companionship, activities and nutritious cooked meals. This project is for costs to take members on excursions to places of interest, for example, Stratford Upon Avon, Oxford, Ayle
|25 Feb 2002||Kings Sutton Pre-School Playgroup
This pre-school playgroup provide activities for children living in the community. The project is to install especially designed playground equipment on an existing fenced area available for outdoor activities. The area is leased from Northamptonshire C
|£4,793||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Feb 2002||Boddington School PTA
The school's PTA are looking to provide increased access to information technology for people of the village. The award is for interactive whiteboard and projector.
|£4,876||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Feb 2002||Sponne Basketball Club
"A New Club Who Wish To Establish A Basketball Club In The Area Of Towcester, South Northants. The Club Will Provide Coaching And Playing Opportunities For Young People And Adults. The Teams Will Be Entered Into Local Competition. The Award Is For Equip
|22 Feb 2002||Hackleton Out of School Club Ltd
The grant will be used to create 24 all year round places including 24 after school, 24 before school and 24 holiday places for children aged between 4 and 11 years old in Northampton.
|£24,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Feb 2002||School's Out! Yardley Gobion
The grant will be used to create 16 after school places for children aged 5-14 in Towcester.
|£7,341||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 Dec 2001||Cogenhoe And Whiston Village Hall
"This Management Committee Plan To Provide Recreational Facilities For The Young People Of The Village. The Award Is For Two 5 Feet High, 8 Feet Wide Quarter Pipe Skateboard Ramps And One 2 Feet High 8 Feet Wide Fun Box With A Raised Grind Box."
|3 Dec 2001||Towcester Rock School
This Newly Formed Music School Provide Musical Education And Experience For Young People, Offering Term-Time Weekend Practice Sessions For Students To Develop Muscial, Singing And Entertainment Skills. The Project Is To Provide The Initial Start Up Costs
|£3,430||Arts Council England|
|3 Dec 2001||2nd Brackley Brownies (St Peter's Church)
Based In Brackley, South Northamptonshire This Group Would Like A Grant To Set Up Their Brownie Pack. The Group Aim To Raise Social Skills, Self Awareness, Self Respect And Self Confidence. The Pack Will Be A New Adventure And Challenge For Young Girls I
|3 Dec 2001||Upper Nene Archaeological Society
Piddington Roman Villa Museum
|£166,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|3 Dec 2001||Nether Heyford Parish Council
A Parish Council Who Wish To Build A Half-Pipe Skateboard Ramp For The Benefit Of The Young People Within Nether Heyford Between The Ages Of 10 To 18 Years Old. The Award Is For The Ramp And Tarmac For The Ground Work.
|29 Nov 2001||Banbury Bulldogs Skater Hockey Club
The Club Is Purchasing More Youth And Junior Protective Equipment And Getting Referees Trained Up To League Standard So That The Teams Can Enter The Local League In January 2002.
|1 Oct 2001||Moreton Pinkney Village Hall
This Village Hall Committee Have Been Working On A Project To Refurbish The Recreation Area In The Village. They Have Already Purchased Equipment For Younger Children But Now Wish To Provide Activities For Older Children. The Award Is For A Skateboard Ra
|26 Sep 2001||Cherwell Youth Dance Group
This Dance Group Encourages Participation In Dance Activities From Young People Of 8 - 16. It Is Organising A Pilot Youth Dance Project, With Two Guest Choreographers, Which Will Tour Local Schools As An Extra-Curricular Activity And Culminate In A Chris
|£4,915||Arts Council England|
|6 Sep 2001||Trustees of the Blakesley Reading Room
Blakesley Reading Room
|£73,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Jul 2001||Big Des Productions
This Group, Who Formed In January 2001, Would Like To Produce A 5-Minute Community Film Which Explores The Story Of Young Woman Wih Mental Health Problems And How A Community Reacts To Her Situation. The Award Is For Equipment Hire, Design/Set Construct
|£4,800||Arts Council England|
|30 Jul 2001||Kingthorn District Guide Association
This Guide Association would like to run a short series of afternoon workshops in a variety of arts and crafts to increase skills within the group. The award is for premises hire, equipment and materials, and the costs of a professional tutor.
|30 Jul 2001||Jayamac Productions Ltd
|£30,000||UK Film Council|
|18 Jul 2001||Banbury District Woodcraft Folk
The project is to host a visit by Latvian people at an international camp using a Mongolian Ger as the meeting place. This will illustrate low impact living and will help develop co operative activities between two distinct cultures.
|11 Jun 2001||Yardley Gobion Pre-School
This Pre-School group will build an accessible Children's Centre in the village of Yardley Gobion. As well as the pre-school the centre will be used by breakfast and after-school clubs and other village children's groups.
|28 May 2001||The Sargeant Memorial Hall
This village hall would like to install a staircase to enable groups using the facility to use a previously difficult to access attic area for storage and meeting space.
|28 May 2001||Riverside Stroke Club
This Club would like to take its members on four outings during the year.
|28 May 2001||Bugbrooke St Michaels Football Club
This Project Aims To Improve The Skill And Knowledge Of Team Managers Through Providing A First Aid And Sports Injury Course. By September 2001 Team Managers Will Require This Qualification To Enable Them To Work With Young Children. The Award Is For The
|21 May 2001||Syresham Sports & Social Club
New Changing Facilities
|18 May 2001||Sulgrave Manor
Taking in Art
|£22,830||Arts Council England|
|12 Jan 2001||Pattishall Playing Fields Association
This project aims to provide the group with the facilities to build a skateboard ramp to be used by the younger members of the community. The award is for materials, equipment hire, and design and building fees.
|12 Jan 2001||Old Stratford Hall Committee
This group would like to improve their hall facilities by purchasing new equipment. The award is for folding tables and chairs, mobile display boards, chair and table trolley and lecturn.
|12 Jan 2001||1st Bradden Brownies
This Brownie group would like to purchase new equipment to offer more activities during tehir weekly meetings and on pack holidays. The award is for a 'Big Little' theatre, laminator and dish draniers.
|10 Nov 2000||Harpole Old School Hall Management Committee
This committee would like to install a new heating system, as the present one is unreliable and very expensive to run. The hall is used by a wide range of community groups, including a playgroup, and an elderly people's group. The award is for a replaceme
|6 Nov 2000||Friends of Upper Nene Archaeology Group
LOCAL PEOPLE - LOCAL PAST: A COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH TO ARCHAEOLOGY
|£11,947||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Friends of Tiffield School
The grant will be used to create 19 after school places for children aged 5-11 years old in Tiffield, Northants. Schools served will be Tiffield Primary School and Sponne School.
|£8,397||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Sep 2000||Deanshanger Devils F.C. (Girls)
This group promotes the sport of football for girls. The project is to establish four girls teams to compete locally. The award is for football kit for three teams goal posts 6 match balls and a variety of start up equipment for football teams 2 junio
|20 Sep 2000||Team Cherwell Multi-Sport and Triathlon Club
This recently formed group promotes triathlon and other multi-sport activities. They will purchase a variety of equipment train volunteers and promote the group in the area to encourage and enable more people to take part in these activities. The award
|16 Sep 2000||Yardley Hastings Memorial Hall
Yardley Hastings Memorial Hall provides a community meeting place which offers a variety of activities for a wide range of people. The grant, over one year, will pay for the refurbishment of the car park facilities thus encouraging more users and improv
|29 Aug 2000||Pattishall and District Good Neighbours Club
This social group for elderly persons would like funding to take it's members on a Christmas lunch. The award is for a Christmas lunch for up to 50 persons.
|29 Aug 2000||Cogenhoe Playgroup
This PLA registered playgroup would like funding to purchase a computer and software in order to allow children to become familiar with a PC before starting school. The award is for the purchase of a computer, printer and software.
|29 Aug 2000||Silverstone Group Riding for Disabled
This registered charity is planning to purchase a mechanical cantering simulator, in order to safely provide the experience of movement of a horse. The award is towards the purchase of a cantering stimulator (mechanical horse).
|29 Aug 2000||Brafield Parish Charity
This group provides support to all organisations within the village and also offers play and recreational facilities. The award is for play equipment and a safety surface.
|29 Aug 2000||1st Bradden Brownies
This Brownie group would like to purchase equipment for new activities. The award is for an outdoor cooking system, skills board, popup game centre, first aid kit and a variety of art and craft materials.
|29 Aug 2000||Cogenhoe and Whiston Heritage Society
This newly formed local history group would like to purchase start-up equipment to enable them to undertake lectures, field trips and an adult education course. The award is for a computer and software, printer, camera, ohp, screen and projector.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Aug 2000||Rec-Creation
This project will help improve the basketball facilities for the group to help them encourage people to take up the sport. The award is for the provision of a basketball play area.
|29 Aug 2000||Friends of Bracken Leas
This primary school PTA would like to provide training and equipment to enable the school to run the EBBA 'Sunny D' junior award scheme. The award is for 2 tricourt unit hoops an EBBA teacher training course and membership of the EBBA.
|29 Aug 2000||Middleton Cheney Cricket Club
This Cricket Club would like to provide cricket for younger age groups (6 to 15). The award is for publicity equipment (helmets batting pads balls gloves quick net and junior starter pack) and the costs of coaching by club members.
|29 Aug 2000||Wicken Sports Tennis Club
This tennis club would like funding to renovate existing tennis courts and purchase short tennis equipment in order to enable tennis Playing for all members, especially junior and disabled players. The award is for the provision of a tennis surface and eq
|21 Aug 2000||Northamptonshire County Council (Roade School)
"Extension of Sports Hall, New Reception Area and New Changing Rooms"
|19 Aug 2000||Cogenhoe & Whiston Heritage Society
COGENHOE & WHISTON ORAL HISTORY PROJECT
|£9,282||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Jul 2000||Adoption UK (NI)
The project is to develop a support programme for the adoptive parents, and long-term foster carers of adopted children following the placement of a child or children. This will help to ease the settling-in process and help parents and families to cope w
|5 Jul 2000||Roade Village Hall and Playing Field
Roade Village Hall is used by several small community groups including an after school club and a football club. This project is to provide additional storage space and new chairs for the hall. The one year grant is for building work and furniture.
|14 Jun 2000||Little Houghton Playing Field Management Committee
This group provides the management, maintanance and upkeep of the village play area. They would like to provide a slide for the play area. The award is for the installation costs of a pedastel slide and safety tiles.
|14 Jun 2000||Hackleton Pre-School Playgroup
This Playgroup would like to purchase a computer and printer for use by the children. The award is for a computer, printer and service agreement.
|14 Jun 2000||Syresham Village Hall Management Committee
This well used Village Hall would like to install a new sound system. The award is for a sound system, including tape and cd player, speakers and microphone.
|14 Jun 2000||Riverside Stroke Club
This group provides help to stroke victims to improve their speech and coordination through games and activities. They would like to provide day trips for members in Summer 2000. The award is for the costs of 4 day trips for members.
|14 Jun 2000||Eydon Playschool
This Playschool would like to purchase new equipment for young children aged up to 18 months. The award is for a soft play set, rocking cow, playmats, peek-a-boo tunnel and nursery rhyme room dividers.
|14 Jun 2000||Abington Vale Playschool
This Playgroup plan to provide an inviting and colourful book corner. The award is for a storage pocket and book display units; soft play chairs, tables and sofa, big books and puppets and cuddle toys.
|14 Jun 2000||Deanshanger Village Heritage Society
This group aim to create 3 projects which will highlight the history of the locality. The group wish to create a historic archive of local photographs, a millennium book charting the past of the village, and hold a heritage day preseting the groups findin
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Jun 2000||Friends of Tiffield School
This project aims to create a village fete for the benefit of several rural villages around Tiffield. The village has not held a community festival for several years and wishes to re-establish one through co-operation with other surrounding village's. The
|24 May 2000||150 (City of Oxford) Squadron Air Training CORPS
This group encourages young people to take an active interest in avaition and they are purchasing radio, computer, photographic and sports equipment to further the education of group members. The award is for radio equipment, computer equipment, sports ki