Lottery grants awarded to Grays in 1999

16 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Thurrock Council

Thurrock Borough Council will build new changing facilities at the schools existing swimming pool together with a brand new, fully equipped fitness suite. The improved facilities will be used by the school's 719 students as well as a further 1,060 student

£364,878 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 William Edwards School and Sports College

Thurrock Borough Council will build a 3rd Generation synthetic turf pitch with floodlights, at the School. The project will improve sports provision at the school and enable the 1200 pupils there to participate in curricular and extra-curricular football

£172,269 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Thurrock Council

This project will provide an outdoor adventure and activity trail at the school, consisting of activities such as hanging bars, tyre steps and a vaulting gate. It will allow pupils to take part in national curriculum outdoor and adventurous activities whi

£49,987 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Thurrock Womens Refuge Association

Through a high profile training programme, this charity not only wants to raise the awareness of domestic violence, but to identify a strategy for reducing it through examining the causes with those suffering from and involved with this type of violence.

£5,000 Community Fund
10 Dec 1999 Thurrock Council

The project will create 135 new childcare places including 30 breakfast, 52 after school and 53 holiday schemes for children aged 4-14 years old. The communities of Grays, Corringham and Stanford le Hope will be served which includes 7 local schools.

£60,750 New Opportunities Fund
25 Nov 1999 Thames Gateway African Caribbean Council

This charity's project will mount a mobile cultural display touring local libraries and information centres. Depicting the history of Africa and the Caribbean and their peoples the project will culminate in a cultural panorama Millennium Celebration at Th

£4,145 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Nov 1999 Thurrock Heritage Forum

This local heritage group plan to tour Thurrock with their mobile exhibition providing widespread access to the material on display which will include recorded memories as well as visual material - using their award to pay for display and recording equipm

£3,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Nov 1999 S.A.R.A.H Thurrock

To celebrate the Millennium this charity will host and promote a Festival of Sport for disabled members. New sports equipment and costs towards marketing and hire of sports facilities has made this event possible helping it to become an annual event.

£4,146 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 Stifford Sea Scout Group

This group have worked hard and have funded many improvements themselves including disabled access ramps, redecorating and toilets. The next phase will be provided by this award and will include an insulated floor to the main hall and kitchen; repairs to

£5,000 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Thurrock Local History Society

This group will use its award to purchase a slide projector, hand-held radio microphone and recording machine to enable it to involve the local community in a programme of oral history compilation. The new equipment will enable the society to study and r

£1,930 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Sep 1999 Thurrock

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£419,512 New Opportunities Fund
17 Jun 1999 Chadwell Youth and Childrens' Group

This group manages and maintains a hall for the benefit of children and young people in the community. The grant will be used for floor repairs and exterior rendering.

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Women's Adventure Group

This group provides outdoor activities as a means of personal development, community involvement and establishing support networks for women with various problems, lone mothers and women on low incomes. The grant will cover the cost of Outdoor Activity S

£3,868 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation, UK

The project aims to examine the prevalence and causes of self-injury in children and young adults with Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, a syndrome associated with severe intellectual disability. The grant over three years will cover a salary, equipment and tra

£86,732 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Thurrock Hospital Association

This project provides social and personal transport for people with severe disability who are in hospital or nursing homes, to enable them to take part in outside activities. The one year grant will pay for a replacement minibus adapted to take wheelchai

£22,000 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Thurrock Sea Cadets

This group provides training and developmental activities, based on a Naval lifestyle. The grant will address safety and hygiene facilities at their base.

£4,885 Community Fund