43 matching grants found.
|10 Dec 1999||Whittlesford Out of School Club
This charity wishes to expand the club to run 5 days a week. Award would be used to provide activities to address/determine demand for an extra day opening and provide a creative and enjoyable through Circus skills workshops, an opportunity not usually a
|10 Dec 1999||West Wickham Village Hall
Charity want to purchase recreational equipment to use in their new building opening next year. Carpet bowls, short tennis and table tennis equipment plus snooker and soccer table for youth club.
|10 Dec 1999||Waterbeach Community Association
This charitable group is for the benefit of the residents of the parishes of Waterbeach and Landbeach. As part of their remit they produce a community magazine, distributed free to 2500 homes, 6 times a year, informing of community events and news. They
|10 Dec 1999||Histon and Impington Millennium Event For Children
A highly participative, memorable millennium celebration for all children under the age of 11 from the villages of Histon and Impington on Friday 23rd June, will offer themed creative, interactive events and activities spanning the arts and science. Work
|25 Nov 1999||Cambridge Sculpture Workshops
This award will fund a 'sculpture train' to take place in five rural Fenland villages: Cottenham, Swavesey, Over, Willingham, Fen Drayton. Two artists will take a collection of materials, objects & ideas to each village & allow participants to use objects
|£3,858||Arts Council England|
|25 Nov 1999||Cambridge Youth Orchestra Support Group
With This Award This Charity Will Be Able To Embark On A Rare Opportunity To Participate In A Workshop And Perform Side-By-Side With An Acclaimed Quartet - The Schidlof Quartet And Conductor - Russell Keable. The Participants Will Be Able To Develop And
|£2,500||Arts Council England|
|25 Nov 1999||Moonbeams Playgroup
This forward looking charity wants to build a strong, safe and stimulating future for its users. Their A4A grant will assist them to enter the new millennium with new play equipment which will increase and extend current activity and skills, provide staff
|25 Nov 1999||32nd Cambridge Waterbeach Scout Group
This scout group will be able to provide better camping activities to more young people with the new camping equipment provided by this award which will also address hut repairs and disabled access, tables, chairs and training courses for volunteers.
|25 Nov 1999||East Anglia's Children's Hospices
The project is to build a new education and training centre to enable the hospice to provide training for staff and volunteers. This one year grant will pay for the building and associated costs of the centre.
|25 Nov 1999||Dry Drayton 2000
This community project will document Dry Drayton's heritage. Members of the community will volunteer their time to undertake parts of the project which will provide a parish map and footpaths/walks booklet; illustrative history and wildlife publications;
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Nov 1999||Babraham Badminton Club
This forward looking club wants to establish and develop a junior club providing a school/club link bridging the gap between the school game and the seniors club. Contribution towards start up costs including hire of facilities coaching courses for two
|20 Oct 1999||Music and Arts at St Andrew's
Project Will Involve The Local Communities Of Histon And Impington In Peformances Of A 'Scratch' Messiah By Handel On 21 Oct 2000.
|£4,400||Arts Council England|
|20 Oct 1999||Fen Edge Community Association
This Charity Is Providing A Number Of Artistic Programmes To Celebrate The Millennium Arts Year Which Include Community Workshops And Culminate In A Reading From The Poet Laureate, Andrew Motion.
|£2,715||Arts Council England|
|20 Oct 1999||Haslingfield Little Theatre
Children from the local school and members of the community will perform a piece written by this groups members, tracing the history of the village from Roman times to the present day. Volunteers will be involved in every aspect of the production whilst t
|£500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Haslingfield Village society
A highly participative Millennium project. The 'social picture' encapsulated in the planned exhibition, the publication and archiving of data all involve members of different community groups, schools, charities and churches. Whilst their sundial will b
|20 Oct 1999||Histon and Impington Millennium Committee
This project is a '1st 24 hours event' involving the whole community. There will be local bands and activities and input from various community groups. The events scheduled will appeal to all ages and abilities and the award will provide for the Heritage
|20 Oct 1999||Cambstec & Business Link Ltd
The grant will provide an additional 150 places at various times suitable for children between 4-12 years of age. Every club will work towards accreditation within the 'Aiming High' programme.
|£73,425||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Aztecs Junior Football Club
Award will enable group to develop their training facilities for their junior members aged 6-18 by providing equipment which will allow the club to train and play on a regular basis both indoors and outside.
|18 Oct 1999||Girton Parish Council
"New Pavilion, Extension to Sports Field, Floodlit MUGA and Artificial Grass Cricket Wicket."
|13 Oct 1999||Hardwick Primary School
A new homework club will be created providing access to computers, resources and research materials with the aim of increasing attainment levels particularly in English and maths.
|£3,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|29 Sep 1999||Castle Camps Village Hall
A project to build a new village hall to replace the existing building which is an old Nissen hut in a poor state of repair. The one year grant will pay for building construction, professional fees, fixtures and fittings.
|20 Sep 1999||Foxton Village Tennis Club
New Pavilion and Resurfacing of Tennis Courts - Foxton village Tennis Club
|18 Aug 1999||Fulbourn Village History Society
This new group will use their award to facilitate the recording and interpretation of the heritage of Fulbourn, and increase access to it through an exhibition in June 2000 and other events in the Millennium year and beyond. Research, records and archives
|£4,715||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Aug 1999||Rampton Sports Committee
This group was developed to improve the facilities and sporting opportunities for everyone in the village. This award will contribute towards building a new hard surface on the recreation field providing facilities for tennis basketball & five-a-side f
|29 Jul 1999||The Over Day Centre Association
A new day centre will be built to replace the existing portable building and provide a better quality of life for the frail and elderly in the community. The one year grant will contribute to building and fitting out costs.
|29 Jul 1999||2nd Cottenham Scout Group
The project will replace an existing unsuitable building with a more suitable brick building to be used by Scout groups and other community groups. The grant, over two years, will be used for the demolition of the existing building and construction of a
|28 Jul 1999||Swavesey Out of School Club
This charity provides out of school care for children aged between 4.5 and 11 both before and after school. The grant will pay for staff and rent costs for the Breakfast Club, a computer system and staff computer training.
|17 Jun 1999||2461 (Sawston) Squadron Air Training Corps
This charity fosters and develops qualities of leadership and citizenship with practical training and an interest in aviation. The grant will be used to fit seat-belts in the minibus.
|26 May 1999||Landbeach Village Hall
The project will extend & refurbish the village hall, providing improved facilities for local groups. The grant, over one year, will contribute to building and refurbishment costs, and professional fees.
|19 May 1999||British Organ Donor Society
A study to compare the process of bereavement for relatives who agree to organ and tissue donation, and those who do not. The project funded for three years will provide salaries, fees and expenses.
|29 Apr 1999||Fen Ditton Recreation Ground Trust Mothers & Toddlers Group
This grant will buy playground equipment for the village recreation ground. The facilities will be improved by the provision of safety surfacing to the play area.
|29 Apr 1999||Bourn Village Hall Charity
This grant will provide much needed kitchen equipment and heating appliances for this village hall. A public address system will assist a wide range of people in the community.
|29 Apr 1999||Cambridge Remap
This charity addresses the needs of physically impaired people by bringing them together with professionals, such as engineers, who resolve issues with innovative solutions. The award will finace a one day conference and information exchange in Cambridge
|29 Mar 1999||Little Shelford War Memorial & Village Institute (The)
Village and Sports Hall
|4 Mar 1999||Cambridge Chinese Women's Group
This group provides outreach support and a weekly drop in centre providing information, welfare support, interpretation and counselling. The grant will pay for basic English classes: health promotion and equipment: volunteer expenses and training:
|4 Mar 1999||Fen Drayton Village Hall
The grant awarded will contribute to the replacement of the Village Hall's floor. The grant awarded will contribute to the replacement of the Village Hall's floor.
|4 Mar 1999||Abington Community Out of School Club
This group provides facilities for the care, recreation and education of children. The grant awarded will assist with the refurbishment of a Terrapin building to be used as club premises.
|3 Mar 1999||Honeypot (Willingham) Pre-School
This village pre-school will replace the existing pre-fabricated building which is at the end of its useful life. The one year grant will contribute to the purchase and erection of the building, professional fees and restoration work on the garden.
|26 Jan 1999||Cross Border Arts
|£24,305||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Wire Films
|£350,000||Arts Council England|
|7 Jan 1999||Barrington Village Hall Trustees
The project is to enhance the facilities provided in the current village hall and increase storage space . The grant, over one year, will be used to extend and refurbish the existing premises, and will contribute towards the building costs of new toilet
|7 Jan 1999||Linton Action for Youth
A drop-in service will be set up to provide counselling support and personal development for young people misusing, or in danger of misusing drugs. The grant, over three years, will pay the salary costs of two detached youth workers.
|7 Jan 1999||The Friends Of Fulbourn Hospital And The Community
This Registered Charity supports the care, welfare and rehabilitation of sufferers of mental health problems through a variety of community schemes. The grant awarded will enable the group to purchase a photocopier and provide contribution towards partie