337 matching grants found.
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|15 Dec 1998||First Take Films
The Three Bears
|£42,983||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 1998||Bildeston Sports Field Management Com.
Construction of a sports pavilion
|14 Dec 1998||Hardwick Parish Council
"Construction of all weather multi-purpose floodlit games area, artificial cricket pitch, and new changing rooms"
|14 Dec 1998||St Johns URC Sports Club
Upgrading of Pavilion & Additional Toilet Facilities
|14 Dec 1998||Cambridge United FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|3 Dec 1998||Historic Chapels Trust
Old Chapel, Walpole - Repairs
|£33,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|3 Dec 1998||Bedford Museum
Haynes Roman Hoard - Acquisition & Display
|£31,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Ashwell Village Museum
Ashwell Village Museum Extension
|£65,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Diaconate
Carey Baptist Church, Marlowes, Hertfordshire
|£56,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Gooderstone PCC
St George, Gooderstone, Norfolk
|£7,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 1998||Suffolk Wildlife Trust
Dingle Marshes Land Acquisition
|£559,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Nov 1998||Wisbech Rugby Union Football Club
Upgrade of Existing Clubhouse
|23 Nov 1998||St Stephen Parish Council
New floodlit tennis court and improved drainage & floodlights to two adjacent courts.
|23 Nov 1998||Peterborough City Rowing Club
|23 Nov 1998||Abridge Cricket Club
Construction of New Cricket Pavilion & Installation of Artificial Practice Wicket
|13 Nov 1998||Smooth Ride Guides
The project is to produce a guide book for travellers who use wheelchairs or with other mobility problems. The guide book will have information relating to such things as transport accommodation tourist attractions and leisure facilities. The two year g
|11 Nov 1998||Norfolk Shrievalty Trust
Norfolk PACT are offering 150 Awards of around -ú2200 to young people aged between 14 and 24 living in Norfolk. Award winners will work together to develops skills of leadership and self confidence. Through challenging projects Award winners will make a va
|5 Nov 1998||Charity of John Attwood
This group provides and maintains a Village Hall for the benefit of the community. The grant will be used to improve the safety, security and environment of the Hall and install a sound system.
|5 Nov 1998||The Lophams Happy Circle
This group provides social and community activities for older people. The grant will make a contribution towards social events and excursions at Christmas and during the winter.
|5 Nov 1998||Ely District Stroke Club
This group provides social and rehabilitating activities for people who have suffered a stroke and their carers. The grant over six months will pay for excursions and the transport of members and their wheelchairs to club meetings.
|5 Nov 1998||Grimston Village Hall (Trust) Committee
This group provides a village hall for the benefit of the community. The grant is to improve safety and access, especially to disabled people by resurfacing the car park.
|5 Nov 1998||West Suffolk Voluntary Association For The Blind
This group helps blind and visually impaired people to enjoy a life outside their home, by providing social meetings and excursions. The grant will provide two wheelchairs for general use on outings and travel expenses.
|5 Nov 1998||Hemel Diabetic Support Group
This group provides support and relief to people suffering from diabetes. The grant over six months will help provide diabetic self management equipment, group seminars for Diabetics and office and publicity materials.
|5 Nov 1998||Bangladesh Welfare Association
This Bangladeshi group helps people manage the unfamiliar and challenging social and economic issues that face them in the UK. The grant over six months will enable the appointment & training of a temporary part time worker to help meet the needs of the c
|5 Nov 1998||1st Gadebridge (St Peters) Scout Group
This Scout group provides training for the three youth teams, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. They will use the grant to improve the safety, hygiene and environmental facilities of their Meeting Hall and its grounds.
|5 Nov 1998||Canopy House Fund
This Charity provides respite through holiday facilities for families with children who have physical and/or learning difficulties. The grant will be used to maintain Health & Safety standards in the premises through replacing worn electrical appliances
|5 Nov 1998||St Neots Abuse Project
This group provides a telephone helpline for victims of domestic violence and promotes prevention through education.. The grant will purchase a computer thus assisting the organisation with communications and publicity.
|5 Nov 1998||The centre for the employ't of disabled/retired in Rochford
This group helps older and disabled people combat loneliness by teaching them new handicraft skills in a social environment. The grant is for the electrical refurbishment of their hall, reconstruction of toilets, new flooring to improve safety for the eld
|5 Nov 1998||The Packing Shed Trust
This Charity facilitates recreation and educational field trips for the community by the maintenance and provision of 'The Oyster Packing Shed' off Mersey Island which was built at the end of the last century for sorting and cleaning oysters. The grant w
|5 Nov 1998||Framlingham & District Community Club
This group gives help and on-going support, including occupational therapy, to people suffering emotional distress and isolation within the community. The grant over six months will help fund outings, a part time project worker and office running costs p
|5 Nov 1998||The First Downham Market Scout Group
This group provides educational and training activities through Beaver , Cub , Scouts and Venture activities. The grant will pay for a Frame Marquee to be used throughout the community.
|5 Nov 1998||Dersingham Playgroup
This village playgroup provides a group play centre for children 2.5 - 4 years old, helping the children learn to play, share and communicate together. The grant will provide a wooden activity centre - including, bridge, slide, steps, cubes, tunnels and
|5 Nov 1998||Bletsoe Village Hall Management Committee
A village hall and children's playground providing social and recreational activities. The grant will pay for improvements to the Hall's grounds and the safety and security of the playground and its equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Bosnian Community Association In Essex
Formed in 1995 to support and help rehabilitate the Bosnian refugee community in Essex through - a Saturday School, translation service and women's support group. The grant will be used to purchase a computer, printer and scanner and a phone / fax machine
|5 Nov 1998||Thurlton Pre-school
This group enhances the development and education of children under school age. The grant over six months will help the group provide supported places for families on low incomes, professional training for the volunteers and play equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Norfolk Pensioners Forum
This group provides a facility where matters of concern to retired and older people can be aired and policies proposed relative to their particular needs. The grant over six months will provide training and office supplies together with a computer/printer
|5 Nov 1998||Hockwold Village Hall
This group provides and maintains a Village Hall for the benefit of the community. They will use this grant to improve toilet facilities and access to the Hall, making use by disabled people possible.
|5 Nov 1998||Deaf Broadcasting Council
Based in Hertfordshire, serving England but with the majority of beneficiaries identified as being form the South East, this group provides contact between the deaf/hard of hearing community and broadcast/ audio-visual companies, raising awareness and ed
|27 Oct 1998||Volcare
This project uses volunteers to provide respite care at home for families who have children with a disability. It will offer practical support for brothers and sisters, parents and the child, and will help to relieve the stress often felt by families The
|27 Oct 1998||Feering Good Companions Club
The club provides entertainment and leisure activities for the older residents of Feering and Kelvedon. The three year grant will pay transport costs for excursions and visits to the club for housebound members.
|27 Oct 1998||Community Resource Centre Tiptree
The project provides employment and welfare advice, and will also be able to expand its provision of computer training and facilities. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of an Employment Issues Coordinator and an IT Trainer, a part-tim
|27 Oct 1998||Fenland Association For Community Transport Limited
This community transport scheme provides services to people with mobility difficulties and will purchase two fully adapted vehicles to strengthen the existing community transport services and to employ a co-ordinator to develop and extend the transport sc
|27 Oct 1998||Uttlesford M I N D
The project provides a minibus service to its drop-in centres for people with mental illness, and which it will be able to extend to its new centre at Dunmow. The grant, over 3 years, will pay for the salaries of 2 drivers and the running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Thriplow After School Playscheme
This is an after school play scheme for 4-12 year olds. The one year grant will pay for the salary of a play leader, the training of volunteers, and the provision of books, games and craft activites
|27 Oct 1998||The Dacorum Talking Newspaper
A project to upgrade outdated audiotape copying equipment, which will increase capacity and improve sound quality in the production of talking newspapers and other recordings for people with a visual impairment. The one year grant will pay for audio tape
|27 Oct 1998||Biggleswade Unit 36 of the Sea Cadet Corps
This project will give the Biggleswade Sea Cadets security of tenure in their existing premises and fund vital improvements at the building. The three year grant will pay for rent, fees and refurbishment.
|27 Oct 1998||Heartsease Gateway Club
The club which provides social and leisure activities for people with learning disabilities will employ a club leader to organise activities and recruit volunteers. The grant over three years will pay the club leader's salary costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Youth Create
A project to establish an office base for this educational youth theatre company which provides training in musical performance and a range of related educational projects, to young people The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of three p
|27 Oct 1998||Suffolk Coastal Disability Advice Service
A project to set up outreach facilities and extend opening times to expand the disability advice and support service to meet increasing demand, particularly in rural areas. The grant, over three years, will pay for an increase in management and administra
|27 Oct 1998||Maxey Community Association
The project will extend the community hall, improving access for people with disabilities, increasing storage space and offering greater flexibility of use. The one year grant will pay for professional fees, building work and refurbishment.
|27 Oct 1998||Newark Play Association Limited
The Association will employ an Environmental Education Worker to promote its city farm and nature garden to children's groups and schools. The three year grant will fund the salary of the Environmental Education Worker, promotional materials, training cos
|27 Oct 1998||Norfolk Deaf Association
The project will provide awareness training on sensory impairment to voluntary and other organisations in Norfolk. The grant, over two years, will pay for session fees for qualified tutors and a project co-ordinator, information leaflets and basic travel
|27 Oct 1998||Westmill Community Association
This is a project to re-design a playground area so that it can be used safely by teenagers playing ball sports as well as young children using swings and roundabouts. The grant, over one year, will pay for the redevelopment of the playground and the pur
|27 Oct 1998||Thriplow Village Hall Management Committee
The project is to contruct a new village hall. The one year grant will contribute towards the cost of a new building, and pay for office equipment.
|27 Oct 1998||Widdington Village Hall Management Committee
A project to build a new village hall. The one year grant will contribute to the building costs.
|27 Oct 1998||The Dengie Project Trust
The project will recruit, train, and support volunteers, and encourage the development of new and existing community projects and voluntary organisations. The grant, over two years, will pay the salaries of three full time staff, training and running cos
|27 Oct 1998||Ravidassia Community Centre
The Centre will employ three part time co-ordinators to widen and develop the range of advice and information services and activities it offers to the local community The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of the three co-ordinators togeth
|27 Oct 1998||Mind In Dacorum
The project will expand drop-in services for people with mental illness by increasing opening hours, setting up self help groups and encouraging life skills education and preparation for employment. The three year grant will fund the salary of a part-tim
|27 Oct 1998||DIAL - Lowestoft and Waveney
The project provides an advice and information service on welfare and benefits rights, local services and travel opportunities to people with disabilities, carers and interested professional workers. The three year grant will pay for the salary and suppor
|27 Oct 1998||East Herts Breast Cancer Support
A project to provide a support group run by and for people affected by breast cancer. The three year grant will pay for office equipment and running costs for meetings, exhibitions and outreach work. It will also fund a resource library of leaflets, books
|27 Oct 1998||The Ark Family Resource Centre
The project will provide a baby-sitting service for the parents and carers of children with special needs, learning disabilities or challenging behaviour. The three year grant will pay for office equipment and mobile communications and contribute towards
|27 Oct 1998||Lifecraft
The project will provide an evening telephone helpline offering information and advice for coping with mental distress, and sympathetic listening for people with mental ill health. The three year grant will fund office equipment, the salary of a Helplin
|27 Oct 1998||Basildon Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will provide an outreach service to offer information, support and advocacy on welfare rights and money advice in deprived areas around Basildon where there is no current provision. The grant, over three years, will fund the salaries of an Out
|27 Oct 1998||North Earlham Community Association
The project will increase the welfare rights advice sessions offered at the Community Centre, and will introduce relationship counselling and domestic violence support services. The grant, over three years, will fund office equipment, salaries for two e
|27 Oct 1998||Emmaus Cambridge
A project to fit-out new accommodation to provide housing for an additional 15 residents in this self supporting community which offers a home and work to people who are homeless and unemployed. The three year grant will pay for bedroom fittings, a new ki
|27 Oct 1998||BUILD
This self-help group for people with learning difficulties will be able to strengthen its training and development activities. The grant, over 3 years, will contribute towards the cost of running the project and will pay for training the members and vol
|27 Oct 1998||Broxbourne Voluntary Sector Development Agency
The organisation provides development advice and support to local voluntary groups and acts as a volunteer bureau. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a Centre Manager, a Volunteer Co-ordinator and a part-time Administrator, together
|27 Oct 1998||North Essex Advocacy Teams
The project will extend an existing advocacy service for frail and elderly people by providing continuous befriending support from trained volunteers. The grant, over three years, will pay the salary of a co-ordinator, together with volunteers' expenses
|27 Oct 1998||Hempstead Village Hall
A project to improve the village hall. The grant over one year will pay for a disabled access ramp, new toilets, a meeting room and IT equipment.
|27 Oct 1998||Bongo Naree Association
This project will fund community development work and provide assistance in accessing statutory services to the Bengali community in Cambridge and surrounding areas. Activities will include language classes, dance and music events. The three year grant w
|27 Oct 1998||Braintree & Bocking Public Gardens Trust
Braintree & Bocking Public Gardens
|£9,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 1998||All Saints, Haslingfield PCC
All Saints, Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire
|£337,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 1998||PCC of Meppershall
St Mary, Meppershall, Shefford, Bedfordshire
|£12,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 1998||Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will recruit and train volunteers from disadvantaged groups to act as advice and support workers. The grant, over three years, will pay for computers, specialist training software, other training materials, a promotional recruitment video,
|27 Oct 1998||Harlow Shared Care
A project to recruit volunteer befrienders who will facilitate the participation of people with disabilities in leisure and social activities. The grant over three years will pay for the salary of a co-ordinator, running costs, office equipment and volunt
|23 Oct 1998||St Mary the Virgin PCC
St Mary the Virgin, Mellis, Suffolk
|£13,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||Blakeney PCC
St Nicholas, Blakeney, Norfolk
|£55,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||PCC of St Mary
St Mary, Shudy Camps, Cambridgeshire
|£13,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||PCC of St Margaret
St Margaret, Tatterford, Norfolk
|£33,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Oct 1998||Tendring & Halstead Wildfowlers
Hamford Water Waterfowl Refuge
|£67,550||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Oct 1998||Ipswich Borough Council Museums & Galleries
Rattlesden Figurine Purchase
|£70,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 1998||East Cambridgeshire District Council
"Extension to Paradise Swimming Pool, Ely "
|19 Oct 1998||Royal Yachting Association - Eastern Region
Purchase of 5 Sailing Dinghies
|19 Oct 1998||West Herts Golf Club
Golf Club and Clubhouse Refurbishment
|19 Oct 1998||Peterborough United FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|8 Oct 1998||Gibberd Garden Trust
Harlow, Gibberd Garden
|£559,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 1998||Space East
A project to expand the organisation's existing service of giving advice and training to its members who provide accommodation and support for homeless people. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two training officers and administrat
|30 Sep 1998||The Elms Residents Association
A project providing elderly residents with two special social activities each year. The grant, over three years, will pay for a Christmas lunch and a summer day trip.
|30 Sep 1998||Disability Information Service Huntingdonshire
The project will offer advice and support on welfare rights to people with disabilities. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a welfare rights adviser and an administrative assistant as well as training, travel and running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Old Buckenham Village Hall Committee
A project to improve the comfort, security and fuel economy of the village hall. The one year grant will pay for replacement windows and doors.
|30 Sep 1998||St Raphael Club Colchester
A club for elderly disabled people providing a monthly programme of day trips and activities. The three year grant will pay for outings and visiting speakers.
|30 Sep 1998||First Arlesey Scout Group
A project to replace a run-down Scout hut to provide a new base for Scouts, Guides and other community groups. The one year grant will contribute towards the cost of building and fitting out the new Scout Hut.
|30 Sep 1998||Peterborough Women's Centre
This outreach project will extend the advice, information and support services provided by the Women's Centre, together with child-care and language support, to women in Peterborough who are unable to access the Women's Centre itself. The three year grant
|30 Sep 1998||Youth Talk Ltd
A project to provide a free counselling service for emotionally disturbed young people. The grant, over three years, will pay the costs of four counsellors and for clinical supervision.
|30 Sep 1998||Witham Citizen Advocacy
The project will enable a Citizen Advocacy Scheme to help people with learning disabilities to take a fuller part in society. The three year grant will pay for office equipment, furniture, promotional materials and training costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Busy Fingers Pre-School
A project to improve and expand the facilities of a pre-school in a rural community. The one year grant will pay for a new, purpose-built building and an outside play area.
|30 Sep 1998||West End Community Centre Association Bedford
This Community Centre will extend an existing programme to teach Punjabi to children and adults. The grant, over three years, will pay for tutors' fees, educational materials and running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Canvey Island Senior Citizen Association
A day centre for elderly people wish to extend the premises and build a new kitchen freeing up the old kitchen for additional storage space. The grant, over one year, is to build a kitchen extension.
|30 Sep 1998||Ipswich Community Playbus
The playbus visits deprived areas offering a range of activities for children along with advice and information for adults on welfare benefits and debt management. The grant, over three years, will be used to buy and convert a replacement double-decker bu
|30 Sep 1998||Harleston Young Farmers Club
A project to improve the club building which provides a learning and social centre for 10-16 year olds and which is used by the local rural community. The grant, over one year, will contribute to the construction of a brick built replacement of an old pre