Lottery grants awarded to Woodbridge in 1999

24 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Dec 1999 Badingham Village Hall

This charity plans to update the village hall providing better, safer and more practical facilities for the large number of users and usergroups kitchen conversion, radiator & wash basin, flooring, tables and chairs

£4,885 Community Fund
10 Dec 1999 Sutton Recreation Ground and Memorial Hall Trust

This charity provides and maintains the recreation ground and village hall. They plan to provide suitable playground equipment for the children and young people of the area. playground swings with safety surfacing and modifications to see-saw

£5,000 Community Fund
25 Nov 1999 Bawdsey Village Hall and Recreation Ground Committee

This Hall is the focus for community life in a very rural area - in common with many others it needs upgrading. So they will use their award to provide - additional heating to allow elderly residents to use it during the winter months, a loft ladder to ac

£2,205 Community Fund
25 Nov 1999 Charsfield Village Hall Management Committee

A project to improve the facilities of the village hall and ensure they meet current Health and Safety standards. The grant, over one year, will pay for building and refurbishment costs and professional fees.

£186,500 Community Fund
25 Nov 1999 1st Framlingham Scout and Guide Group

A Millennium Gang Show involving over 300 local families and reflecting the growth of Scouts and Guides this century and their role in the local community. The award will provide venue hire and production costs , publicity and professional fees.

£2,491 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Nov 1999 Lanman Museum

This museum will increase public interest by using its grant to provide two new display cabinets - whose opening exhibits are selected copies of the Framlingham Weekly News, 1859-1939. Later they will be available to other heritage and community groups to

£4,292 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Oct 1999 Boyton Parochial Church Council

This well used 'village hall' will be able to increase both number and type of events and activities it organises with the new equipment provided with this award. They are hoping to plan a series of village events in Y2K for which the tables, chairs and k

£3,631 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Sudbourne Computer Club

This new club has been set up as a result of local community demand, to provide access to and education in computer/information technology. The club will install the computer equipment provided by this award in the village hall for use by local residents

£2,441 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Woodbridge Museum Trust

This project will provide a televisual display of photographs related to the history of the town, these are currently stored in the museum archives and can only be seen by the public on request to a curator. The software and hardware for permanent televis

£3,758 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Oct 1999 Kyson After School Club

The grant will be used to create a new after school facility of 16 places for children aged between 5 - 11. The scheme is in the rural area of Woodbridge, Suffolk. For geographical reasons, the main school to be served will be Kyson Primary School but th

£6,459 New Opportunities Fund
29 Sep 1999 Home-Start Suffolk Coastal

A project to establish a new Home-Start service providing support to young families under stress. The grant, over three years, will pay for the the salaries of a co-ordinator and secretary, office equipment, travel, rent and running costs.

£152,991 Community Fund
18 Aug 1999 Alderton Recreation Ground Trust

This charitable group provides a recreation ground for village functions and social and sporting activities. The award is a contribution to the construction cost of a village pavilion including fully accessible toilet facilities.

£4,969 Community Fund
18 Aug 1999 Wickham Market Village Hall

This Village Hall is also the Local History Reference centre and will use their award to stage a major millennium exhibition of their local heritage reference material in April 2000, with associated smaller exhibitions. The award will pay for display and

£3,943 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Aug 1999 Bawdsey Multi - Sports Committee

This innovative sports group is organising a multi-use sports facility. This grant will pay for various coaching costs for sporting activities including a parent/child football team a cricket team and rounders group.

£800 Sport England
17 Jun 1999 Alderton Recreation Ground Trust

This group manages a recreation ground for village functions and social and sporting activities. The grant is a contribution to construction costs of a new pavilion.

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 First Saxmundham Scout Group

This charity provides scouting activities for boys and young adults between the ages of 6 and 16. The grant will be used for repairs to the Scout Hut roof and redecoration of toilet facilities.

£4,992 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 The Parham Hut

This charity provides and maintains the village hall for the residents of Parham. The grant will help improve facilities with the purchase of chairs, tables and new cutlery settings.

£5,000 Community Fund
29 Apr 1999 Martlesham Community Council

This grant will provide a new entrance to the recreation ground and a hard surface track, improving safety & accessibility, especially for children, the elderly and those with physical impairment.

£5,000 Community Fund
29 Apr 1999 Wickham Youth Action Group

This project designed by and for local young people will use the grant to refurbish a static double decker bus for use as a drop-in centre..

£4,227 Community Fund
29 Apr 1999 Bealings Village Hall Trust

This rural village hall and recreation ground will use their award to refurbish their toilet facilities and bring them up to current Health and Safety standards.

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 The Victory Hall - Hasketon

The grant awarded will be used to refurbish the Village Hall and undertake essential repairs and upgrading.

£4,212 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Bromeswell Village Hall

The grant will provide a contribution to the cost of interior refurbishment of this Village Hall.

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Mar 1999 Framlingham & District Volunteer Centre

The project provides a volunteer bureau, community car scheme and a furniture recycling service. The three year grant will pay for staff salaries and running costs, and improved storage facilities for the furniture project.

£37,842 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Little Glemham Village Hall

This Registered Charity provides and maintains the village hall. The grant awarded will pay for part of the cost of upgrading, improving and refurbishing the village hall.

£5,000 Community Fund