21 matching grants found.
|20 Dec 1999||James Paget Healthcare NHS Trust
Replacement 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|
|10 Dec 1999||Fleggburgh Village Hall and Playing Field
Currently this charity are using borrowed equipment, they want to enhance and properly equip their new millennium village hall with its own equipment, and provide a facility for the whole village to utilise - especially the younger children and youthes in
|10 Dec 1999||The Masquers
School children combine their creativity and talents with a wide range of local societies/individuals and expertise including historical, technical and musical specialists, contributing to the research, preparation and production of this unique, audio vis
|£4,950||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||Belton with Browston Parish Council
To increase accessibility to and knowledge in Belton with Browston's heritage through the production of a written/photographic history of the village and to launch it on to the web. Educational links have been set up via the first and middle schools who
|£1,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Nov 1999||Broadland Villages Branch N.N.P.A.
Through this award some members will be sent as delegates to the Pensioners Parliament in Blackpool. They will cascade information back to their fellows, to other clubs for the elderly and circulate a report in the surrounding villages - helping to keep p
|25 Nov 1999||Caister Millennium Committee
Award will provide for the making of a memorable record of Caister in its Millennium. A 'Domesday Book', a 4-day exhibition and a permanent village archive will be the end tribute to everybody's efforts and contributions. This project brings together th
|20 Oct 1999||Southtown Common Playgroup
This busy playgroup will use its award to provide learning and play equipment and so enhance the service it provides and address more fully all areas of the pre-school curriculum.
|20 Oct 1999||Norfolk Foster Care
This charity supports foster families and respite carers of disabled children, through a 24 hour phoneline, events, quarterly magazine and a guidance handbook all of which will be supported through the computer system and photocopier provided by this awar
|20 Oct 1999||Rollesby Village Hall
Security and health and safety issues will be addressed by the provision of new double glazed replacement windows provided by this award.
|20 Oct 1999||Belton Millennium Committee
The grant will contribute to an inclusive community celebration day by providing an orchestra, band, and children's entertainer, stage & lighting, PA system, toilets, insurance, advertising and transport hire. By providing activities and entertainment fo
|29 Sep 1999||Great Yarmouth And District Victim Support Scheme
The project will provide specialist support and services to the growing number of victims of domestic violence. The three year grant will fund the salary of a domestic violence worker, running costs, training for staff and volunteers and travel costs for
|18 Aug 1999||The New Endeavour Rangers
This youth band and club needed a premises upgrade for the Millennium, so that they could continue to help young people of all ages. Their award will provide fully accessible indoor toilet and washing facilities as well as disabled access to the their Hal
|18 Aug 1999||Martham Coronation Recreation Ground
The present village recreation ground has been gradually outgrown by the village over the last 40 years. The managing committee are to develop and enlarge the site to provide suitable recreation and sporting facilities. This award will contribute to the
|29 Jul 1999||Great Yarmouth Citizens Advice Bureau
The project is to develop an advocacy service to help people facing employment tribunals, social security appeals, medical tribunals and similar. The grant, over three years, will be used for the salaries of a Lay Advocate and an Advocacy Assistant, runni
|29 Jul 1999||Great Yarmouth Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will extend the rural outreach work of the bureau for clients with mobility problems or a lack of transport. The three year grant will pay for the salaries of two posts, travel, rent and running costs.
|29 Apr 1999||TS Warrior Naval Cadet Corps
This Sea Training Corps intends to introduce new activities and will use its grant to purchase canoes and associated equipment; the photocopier will reduce the time spent on administration.
|26 Jan 1999||Gorleston In Gear
Gorleston Millennium Manuscript & Music
|£28,832||Arts Council England|
|13 Jan 1999||Greater Yarmouth Tourist Authority
Based around Nelson's return to England and the granting of his freedom a two-day marine and land spectacular will be staged by over 500 people from the county of Norfolk on 5th and 6th November. There will also be a new Nelson play and a Nelson Exhibitio
|7 Jan 1999||Fleggburgh Village Hall and Playing Field
The project is to build a new village hall which will serve eleven regular community groups. The one year grant will contribute towards the total construction costs of -ú245,000.
|7 Jan 1999||Great Yarmouth Gateway Club
This Registered Charity provides social activities for local people with learning disabilities. The grant awarded will enable them to have safety repairs carried out to their minibus.
|7 Jan 1999||Air Training Corps No 221 (Great Yarmouth) Squadron
This group promotes and encourages a practical interest in aviation amongst young people. The grant awarded will enable the group to purchase canteen equipment & furniture: a computer, navigation aids, global satellite system and winter quality tents a