Lottery grants awarded to Lowestoft in 2011

10 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
23 Nov 2011 Rookery Park Golf Course Company Limited

Promoting Participation in Golf

£5,500 Sport England
22 Nov 2011 Corton Playing Field

This is a project by a registered charity in Suffolk. The group will use funding to purchase play equipment to be installed in a children's play area. This will enhance an existing outdoor play environment to encourage more community members to use the fa

£4,327 Big Lottery Fund
24 Oct 2011 Lound Village Hall

This is a project by a registered charity in Suffolk. The group will use funding to install digital projection and sound equipment, including a hearing loop, at the village hall. This will enable local residents to attend film screenings within the villag

£3,180 Big Lottery Fund
12 Sep 2011 Matthew Gregory

Poetry Collection: Last Poems of Ever Mackintosh

£9,000 Arts Council England
21 Jul 2011 Media Projects East Ltd

Seaside Memories

£22,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2011 Rainbow Day Nursery Limited

This project in Suffolk will use the funding to advertise their day nursery and provide additional activities for children.

£9,775 Big Lottery Fund
11 May 2011 Gunton Woodland Community Project

This is a project by a community organisation in Suffolk. The group will use the funding to train volunteers in basic chainsaw which will enable the group to improve woodland. This will provide the opportunity for the group to look after green spaces and

£2,447 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2011 St Johns Housing Trust

This project will build on work at the Bridge View Information and Advice Centre. The centre provides support for the whole community but particularly for people who are homeless, have mental health issues or drug / alcohol addictions. The centre will inc

£414,247 Big Lottery Fund
16 Feb 2011 Madi Boyd

The Point of Perception

£8,950 Arts Council England
18 Jan 2011 Signpost Gunton

This project in Lowestoft enables young people to make their own choices and support them to become valued people in their community. The project will focus on young people aged 8-13 who do not access traditional youth clubs or other existing provision. I

£93,499 Big Lottery Fund