14 matching grants found.
|8 Apr 2015||Stansted Bowling Club
The organisation will use the funding to install a boundary fence at the rear the bowling green. This will enable the group to ensure that the green can be made secure and protected against vandalism or ingress from children or dogs as well as protect surrounding properties from damage from bowls or other activities.
|£5,340||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Nov 2011||The Birchanger Wood Trust
This is a project by a registered charity in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire. The group will use the funding to provide a level, wheelchair friendly, all weather surface that will increase access to the woodland for people with disabilities,older people
|£7,095||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Jan 2009||Sawbridgeworth and High Wych Ranger Guide Unit
This guiding and ranger group will use the award to offer a wide range of healthy activities to young people in East Hertfordshire. They will also run adventure sessions and weekends for young women. These activities will help develop young people and wom
|£9,970||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 Jan 2009||Great Dunmow Triathlon Club
This Triathlon club based in Great Dunmow will use the award to increase membership by offering coached sessions with qualified coaches to members of the surrounding community. This will give interested members of the community the chance to sample the sp
|£8,178||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|12 May 2008||Bishop's Stortford and District Scout Council
This district scout council will use an award to purchase and maintain materials for producing high-quality displays to promote a more modern view of scouting.
|£4,173||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|9 May 2006||Baldock & District Canoe Club
Sports Club Uses An Award To Extend Activities By Providing A Base From Which Members As Well As Newcomers Can Learn A Range Of Canoeing Skills And Therafter Work To Achieve Higher Standards - Award Will Provide The Necessary Equipment - Canoes, Ancillary
|£4,976||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|13 Jul 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 Australia in August of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£2,100||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Nov 2003||Stansted Mountfitchet Eve WI
Award Enables Wi Members To Attend Short Residential Courses At Wi College Learning New Skills To Extend Own Learning And Pass On To Other Wi Members And The Local Commmunity Through Their Public Service
|£3,140||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|4 Aug 2003||Named Individual
EFF travel bursary
|£370||UK Film Council|
|14 Mar 2003||Network 81
Network 81 Is A National Network Of Parents Working Towards Properly Resourced Inclusive Education For Children With Special Needs. The Organisation Educates Parents About Matters Relating To The Education Of Their Children, Supports Groups Of Parents Of
|17 Sep 2001||Huw Johnson Club for Handicapped Children and their Parent
Providing recreation for disabled and/or disadvantaged children in the Stansted area this charity uses its award to provide extra storage, enabling it to introduce indoor sport and games to its services for young people and their families.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Dec 1999||Birchanger Millennium Committee
A Community, Celebratory Millennium Variety Show With Acts Created And Performed By The Local Residents Specifically For This Event. The Wealth Of Village Talent Under The Direction Of A Guest Director And Composer Will Come Together In A Historical Come
|£2,028||Arts Council England|
|24 Nov 1999||Network 81
Network 81 works for the benefit of children with special educational needs (SEN) primarily by supporting parents. The project will provide a minimum of 6 Information Days and 4 Befriender Training courses per year. Befriender training will equip volunte
|17 Dec 1996||Network 81
To hold six information days and four training courses across the country, to inform and train parents of children with special needs, so that they can secure the best possible education for their children. The grant, over three years, will cover the cost