2,553 matching grants found.
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|21 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Essex has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Normandy. in June of last year.
|£300||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Dec 2005||The Chess Valley Barbershop Singers
With Help From A Lottery Grant The Chess Valley Barbershop Singers Will Offer A Free Singing Course For Men. The Sessions Will Help These Would-Be Singers To Develop Their Skills In Order To Become Members Of The Chorus. The Group Will Launch A Publicity
|£1,250||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 Dec 2005||Deafblind UK
This project will provide London's BME deafblind community with information, advice and guidance on basic needs such as health and welfare, enabling them to make informed choices on accessing services. It will recruit volunteers from the BME community and
|19 Dec 2005||Bigger Picture Productions
Small Award - small scale production funding
|£500||UK Film Council|
|19 Dec 2005||All Saints PCC
|£18,318||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Dec 2005||Sharnbrook Parochial Church Council
|£49,148||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Dec 2005||St Peter and St Paul PCC
St Peter and St Paul
|£37,978||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Dec 2005||St Lawrence PCC
|£27,254||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Dec 2005||Romany Theatre Company
PAPUSZA - a celebration of the Romani language and its roots.
|£49,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Dec 2005||Suffolk County Council Libraries and Heritage
Corder Manuscripts Appeal
|£15,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Andrew's PCC
|£60,774||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Harston PCC
|£15,638||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Michael PCC
St Michael & All Angels
|£69,262||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||WHITE COLNE PCC
|£22,786||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||High Laver with Magdalen Laver & Little Laver PCC
|£27,254||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Botolph's Church Hadstock
|£27,701||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Ardeley PCC
|£63,014||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Peter's PCC
|£17,872||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Holy Trinity Throcking
|£29,042||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Royston PCC
St John the Baptist
|£9,829||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Giles PCC
|£29,488||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Nicholas Dereham PCC
|£27,254||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St Andrew PCC
|£45,128||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||PCC All Saints Wretton with Stoke Ferry
|£33,956||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Tunstead PCC
|£69,704||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Ludham PCC
|£37,986||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||PCC
|£53,176||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Northrepps PCC
|£22,788||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Forncett PCC
|£18,320||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Gissing PCC
|£39,765||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Marlingford Parochial Church Council
|£16,531||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Foulsham PCC
|£16,978||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Halvergate PCC
St Peter & St Paul
|£29,936||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Wood Dalling PCC
|£28,597||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||St George Colegate PCC
|£87,593||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Moulton PCC
St. Peter's Church
|£10,276||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2005||Mettingham PCC
All Saints Church
|£24,127||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Dec 2005||Sure Start Great Yarmouth
Priory Nusery Music Project
|£14,450||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 2005||Voluntary Action Epping Forest
This project will undertake grassroots community development work in disadvantaged neighbourhoods (Ninefields and Roundhills estates in Waltham Abbey, Shelley in Ongar, Limes Farm Estate in Chigwell and Oakwood Hill Estate in Debden).
|14 Dec 2005||Abington Institute Management Committee
The project is to refurbish and extend a small village hall that needs to be modernised to provide more space to meet the needs of the community.
|14 Dec 2005||Great Oakley Pre-School
The project is to purchase and install a modular building on a site to the rear of All Saints Primary School in Great Oakley. The building will enable Great Oakley Pre-school to meet the demand for additional sessions by moving from the village hall where
|14 Dec 2005||Wendens Ambo Village Hall
The project will extend and refurbish the existing village hall in Wendens Ambo to provide a larger facility, enabling more activities to take place.
|14 Dec 2005||Farleigh Hospice
This project will provide a landscaped area to be used as a healing garden by terminally ill patients. The garden will include various plants and water features. It will also offer creative therapy such as tending the garden and photography.
|14 Dec 2005||Rayne Village Hall and Public Playing Fields
This project will improve the plaground adjacent to the village hall in Rayne. Improvements will also include play equipment suitable for disabled children that will enable them to join other children in play. Other equipment was chosen for improving phys
|14 Dec 2005||Essex Racial Equality Council
This project will provide advocacy, advice and support to victims of racial crime, harassment and discrimination in Essex. It will employ a dedicated Race Equality Officer to manage casework and representation. The project will also employ a Community Dev
|14 Dec 2005||Mary Seacole Housing Association
The organisation provides hostel accommodation for 49 people, meeting the short term housing needs of 195 single adults per year aged 16 - 30. They provide a programme of training through a mixture of half day, one day and short courses, with tutors comin
|14 Dec 2005||Hertsmere Worknet
The project will offer a wide range of learning opportunities to suit people over 55, who are coming to terms with physical and social disadvantages of older age, and the financial need but poor skills to work beyond retirement. Partnership with voluntary
|14 Dec 2005||Fenland Citizens Advice Bureau
A one-stop advice shop in the market town of Chatteris. The aim of the project is to ensure that rurally isolated people living in Chatteris, particularly older or disabled people or those on low incomes, have access to advice services..
|14 Dec 2005||Ipswich and East Suffolk Headway
A project to meet the needs of people with brain injury or affected by stroke, by providing them with occupational therapy, speech therapy and physiotherapy.
|14 Dec 2005||The Children's Legal Centre Limited
The project will enable vulnerable children and young people to access a professional advice and support service within the Harlow and Uttlesford Districts, to signpost appropriate education and accommodation for children without families, and mental heal
|14 Dec 2005||Epping Citizens Advice Bureau
The continuation of an outreach project in the rural areas of the Epping Forest District. It will provide advice and information securing full benefit entitlement for clients, assisting in securing housing for homeless people and managing client debt.
|14 Dec 2005||Age Concern Colchester
The advice service is currently supported by the Big Lottery Fund and there is a need to continue and develop this service for older people. The project will include the development of crisis support services covering bereavement, serious illness and spou
|14 Dec 2005||Diss, Thetford and District Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will continue to provide anti-poverty advice and advocacy services to disadvantaged people in South Norfolk from two main offices in Diss and Thetford.
|14 Dec 2005||Tendring Community Voluntary Services
The project will continue the organisation's Community Development and Funding work in Tendring, aiming to increase community activity, personal development and social inclusion within particular localities, and to strengthen the infrastructure and capaci
|14 Dec 2005||St John Ambulance Cambridgeshire
The project is to construct a canalboat specially designed for use by people with disabilities to provide social and recreational activities through day-trips on the river. The canalboat will be based at Hartford Marina near Huntingdon.
|14 Dec 2005||Move On East
This is a project to provide a series of media-based initiatives aimed at disadvantaged people including offenders and ex-offenders, designed to engage the individual and promote a sense of self-belief and achievement. This will be followed by a programme
|14 Dec 2005||Peterborough Racial Equality Council
This is a project to help increase capacity and knowledge within small BME community groups in the Peterborough area. Part of the project will develop a Race Equality Partnership that will provide a mechanism for working with and influencing the mainstrea
|14 Dec 2005||ACCURO (Care Services)
The project will deliver a range of social and recreational facilities to children and young people with disabilities through the provision of weekly clubs in Saffron Walden and Great Dunmow.
|14 Dec 2005||Cambridgeshire Mencap
This project will continue to develop opportunities for training and work experience for people with learning difficulties.
|14 Dec 2005||Dereham Area Partnership
This project is a joint venture between the Dereham Area Partnership and the Portuguese Association of Mid-Norfolk to undertake an appraisal of the needs of the new communities in the Dereham area.
|14 Dec 2005||Lowestoft & District Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will increase the provision of information, advice and case-work in the areas of money advice, welfare rights, employment and housing. It will also extend the Bureau's telephone advice, home visiting and outreach services, and provide speciali
|14 Dec 2005||Out And About
This project will provide supported access to community recreation facilities for children and young people up to 19 years old, who have a wide range of physical and learning disabilities.
|14 Dec 2005||North Hertfordshire Minority Ethnic Forum
This project will maintain and develop a multi-ethnic community resource centre in North Herts to provide a range of learning and social activities to improve the quality of life for BME groups.
|14 Dec 2005||The Prospects Trust
This is a project to deliver training, work experience and supported employment opportunities to people with disabilities. The project will offer training in all aspects of running a small organic herb production business and will deliver paid/volunteer e
|14 Dec 2005||Kickstart Norfolk
A project to help people in Great Yarmouth overcome rural isolation and access employment or training. Mopeds will be loaned to people actively seeking work or who have received firm job offers.
|14 Dec 2005||Basildon District Volunteer Carers
The expansion and continuation of the toenail service for older and disabled people in Basildon to include fingernail service and developing a district wide home safety strategy.
|14 Dec 2005||Home-Start North and Mid-Beds
This project will expand the standard Home Start services provided by the organisation from North Bedfordshire into Mid-Bedfordshire.
|14 Dec 2005||Speaking Up
This project consists of a 'Parliament of 25 elected MPs and 10 Cabinet Ministers', all of which are people with learning difficulties who represent the 1,500 people with learning difficulties living in Cambridgeshire. It is a forum providing opportunitie
|14 Dec 2005||Bedfordshire Pilgrims Housing Association
The project will enable Caroline Norton House, a women's Refuge, to expand its outreach and resettlement work to include work with children as the families move on from the Refuge. It will also enable better links into locally available services, outreach
|14 Dec 2005||Norfolk Community Law Service Limited
The project will provide specialist legal advice and representation to people on low incomes who are encountering discrimination in their workplace or in accessing services.
|14 Dec 2005||West Norfolk Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will improve Citizens Advice services to people living in rural West Norfolk by adding a telephone advice line and home visiting service.
|14 Dec 2005||The Essex Autistic Society
The Organisation Provides A Comprehensive Specialist Service For Children And Young Adults With Severe Autism To Promote Individual Growth Through Education, Independence, Social Skills And Self Esteem. This Grant Provides Furniture And Equipment For Two
|14 Dec 2005||The Lewsey Farm Cafe Project
This grant will allow the organisation to broaden and develop the Youth Committee, allowing young people to start taking responsibility for activities and funding, whilst the peer education programme will enable them to acquire social skills.
|14 Dec 2005||Ormiston Children and Families Trust
The project will continue the provision of advocacy services to travellers to enable them to understand, access and benefit from the services to which they are entitled.
|14 Dec 2005||Oak Foundation
The project will provide a transport for residents in sheltered accommodation to meet with other people. The project will improve the quality of life for elderly, disabled and vulnerable isolated residents in Huntingdonshire.
|14 Dec 2005||Cambridge Chinese Community Centre
The Cambridge Chinese Community Association currently provide a social and educational programme for one day each week and this project will enable them to lease premises so that they can be open every day.
|14 Dec 2005||Essex Carers Support
This project will support carers, often elderly people themselves, by providing a one-stop shop for information and advice. Among the benefits to carers will be increased understanding of and access to the benefits to which they are entitled.
|14 Dec 2005||Levington Village Hall
This grant will update the village hall to allow the existing 11 organisations and other users to continue to meet in the hall.
|14 Dec 2005||Playground at Theydon
The project will increase both the accessibility and safety of the children-+s play area through the provision of a wet pour rubber surface for the play area.
|14 Dec 2005||Advocacy Alliance
The project will continue and develop the work of the organisation in providing an advocacy service to people with learning disabilities from ethnic minority communities within Luton and Bedfordshire. It will work with statutory and voluntary agencies to
|14 Dec 2005||Great Yarmouth & Waveney Contact for Special Needs Help
CONTACT provides a range of help, support and activities for children and young people with special needs, and their parents. The charity is expecting to move to purpose built premises within the next 18 months and this grant will allow them to take on th
|14 Dec 2005||The Assist Trust Limited
The project will enable the organisation to recruit, train and support an additional 60 volunteer workers who will provide support to adults with learning disabilities to enable them to participate in a wider range of social, recreational and training opp
|14 Dec 2005||Peterborough Women's Centre
The 'No Barriers' volunteering project will enable wider participation by breaking down barriers to volunteering. The project will combat social isolation and enable volunteers to gain new skills, confidence and self-esteem, by offering training and othe
|14 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Widow from Basildon has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit toItaly in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Widow.
|£875||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Dec 2005||Crossroads Caring for Carers Huntingdonshire, South and East
To Continue A Successful Project Providing Support For Children And Young People Who Act As Regular Carers For A Family Member. The Fitteen Month Grant Is For Salaries And Running Costs.
|14 Dec 2005||The Womens Engineering Society
The Aim Of This Group Is To Promote The Education, Training And Practice Of Engineering Among Women. An Award Would Be Used To Contribute Towards Training And Meetings For The Peer2peer Group With The Aim Of Trying To Increase Participation Especially Am
|£2,900||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|13 Dec 2005||The New Wolsey Theatre Co
The Pulse Festival 2006-2007
|£102,786||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2005||Broads Authority
Reeds, Sedge, Fens and Mills: HLF Bursary Training Scheme
|£714,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2005||Luton Museums Service
Stockwood Discovery Centre
|£3,783,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 2005||Suffolk County Council
Stour Valley Landscape Partnership
|£48,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 2005||Regional Public Health Team for the East
Reg Physical Activity Co-ord
|7 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Brentwood has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Cyprus in December of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£875||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Widow from Essex has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Myanmar travel in February of next year
|£1,050||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Dec 2005||The Colne Valley Youth Orchestra
To commission a compostion
|£1,500||Arts Council England|
|6 Dec 2005||Woodland Trust
Havering Park - People engagement in an ancient woodland restoration
|£199,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Dec 2005||Luton Museums Service
|£183,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Dec 2005||Bushey Museum and Art Gallery
Relocation and Restoration of Frobisher Studio Project
|£156,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Dec 2005||The Hawk and Owl Trust
Restoration and Interpretation of Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve phase 2
|£494,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 2005||Ipswich Housing Action Group Limited
Transfer of grant from MK/1/010112490. The Money Advice Service provides money advice, debt counselling, welfare rights to organisation's clients who are predominantly single, homeless and in a state of poverty.
|1 Dec 2005||Houghton Volunteer Group
HOUGHTON MILL HERITAGE PROJECT
|£26,640||Heritage Lottery Fund|