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|28 Dec 2000||Barking Library Service
The People-+s Network programme in all the 11 libraries in Barking Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 120 computer terminals will be available to library users to access the I
|£326,502||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Dec 2000||Hounslow Library Service
The People-+s Network programme in all the 11 libraries & 1 learning centre in Hounslow Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 160 computer terminals will be available to library
|£348,269||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Dec 2000||Waltham Forest Library Service
Waltham Forest Library Service
|£329,410||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Dec 2000||Barnet Library Service
The People-+s Network programme in all the 17 libraries in Barnet Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 224 computer terminals will be available to library users to access the In
|£456,996||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||London Borough of Redbridge
To enhance the level of learning for pupils in two cluster of schools in Loxford and Hainault. Activities will include clubs in the arts, sports, computers, health and fitness, gardening and the environment.
|£93,410||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||Dekh Bahl Women's and Girls Support Group (UKIM)
To extend existing after school and summer school activities for Southall-+s Asian women by offering a more diverse programme. After school activities will include study support and creative activities while the summer school will focus on a wide range of
|£14,391||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||John Kelly Girl's Technology College
To provide instrumental music activities for pupils at 16 primary school and 4 secondary schools within Brent. The activities will take place after school, during the Easter holiday and at a summer school.
|£32,318||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||London Borough of Bexley, Education Dept
To develop and implement a range of activities with the aim of supporting the most disadvantaged pupils. The activities will focus on literacy and will aim to improve attendance, achievement, motivation and self-esteem for pupils in 35 schools.
|£401,043||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||Oaklands Primary School
To create a gardening club and an early birds project to promote fitness healthy eating and improved learning during the school day, and to improve school and community links.
|£8,520||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||Hillbrook Primary School
To provide professional football coaching facilities alongside football related literacy projects for pupils at three primary schools and two secondary schools in partnership with Arsenal Football club. The scheme will run with the help of student volunte
|£57,308||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||St Aidans Primary School
To create a range of art and music therapy sessions for pupils at two Haringey Primary Schools. An arts tutor and a music tutor will work with each of the schools for two hours each week, helping pupils to express themselves creatively.
|£16,228||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||East Barnet School
Arsenal Football Club will work in partnership with two primary schools and a secondary school to create `Arsenal Double Club-+ which will combine football coaching with literacy teaching. Literacy teachers will work with a qualified coach from Arsenal Foo
|£26,524||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||The Mount Primary School
To expand an existing breakfast club to enhance current provision. The club aims to improve pupils-+ attendance and standards of work and to provide nourishment to give them and calm and settled start to the school day.
|£9,977||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||London Borough of Lewisham
To extend and develop existing out of school hours provision to enable over 70% of school in Lewisham to participate in activities. The project will aim to develop the potential of young people and contribute to raising levels of achievement and raise mot
|£874,571||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Dec 2000||Trust for Urban Ecology
Improving Access Programme - Lavender Pond Boardwalk
|£26,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2000||Crimestoppers Trust
A project to develop Community Crime solving partnerships throughout the West Midlands and increase the effectiveness of Crimestoppers in preventing and reducing crime. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a full time Development Man
|21 Dec 2000||London Borough of Bromley
Chalking Up London's Downs
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2000||Pitshanger Manor & Gallery
Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery
|£22,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2000||The Film Consortium
|£50,000||UK Film Council|
|20 Dec 2000||The Film Consortium
The Rose of Tralee
|£6,750||UK Film Council|
|20 Dec 2000||London Borough of Greenwich
Tarn Ice Well, Eltham
|£19,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Dec 2000||Scarabeus Theatre Company
Landscapes of the Heart
|£67,954||Arts Council England|
|19 Dec 2000||London Borough of Bromley Museum
Conservation of World War II Bomb Plans
|£19,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Dec 2000||Kew Bridge Steam Museum
Bull Engine Restoration Project
|£14,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Dec 2000||Lux Centre For Film, Video & Digital Arts
Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)
|£335,000||Arts Council England|
|18 Dec 2000||Imperial War Museum
HMS Belfast Sleep-over Accommodation
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Dec 2000||London Borough of Lewisham
Local Heritage School Curriculum Pack
|£22,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Dec 2000||Groundwork Southwark in Partnership with Southwark Council
The Restoration of the Lime Kiln in Burgess Park
|£49,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Dec 2000||Sakoba Dance For All Ltd
SAKOBA CONNECT: Building London's communities through African Dance
|£19,165||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Almeida Theatre
|£29,933||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Book Trust
Children's Literature in London Co-ordinator
|£16,350||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Tamasha Theatre Company Ltd
Capital bid for office, administrative & touring equipment
|£2,026||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Immediate Theatre
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Union Chapel Project (Ucp Arts)
Improvments & Alterations to Fire Contruction & Means of Escape in Chapel
|£29,457||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Dance Uk
Organisational Development and Healthier Dancer Programme 2
|£50,995||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Meeting Ground Theatre Company
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Kubiir
Nomadic Arts and Handicraft
|£10,720||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2000||Resource: Council for Museums, Archives & Libraries
Portable Antiquities Scheme - Outreach Officer
|£39,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Dec 2000||Woodlands Farm Trust
Woodlands Farm Barn Restoration
|£13,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Dec 2000||SE London Green Chain Project
Heritage on Your Doorstep - Green Chain Project
|£47,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2000||Inclusive Play Opportunities Project
The IPOP Music School
|£26,460||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Bela Bartok Centre for Musicianship
Music For All
|£16,200||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Drake Music
|£86,400||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||IMPRO
|£200,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||The Rockschool Trust Ltd
|£50,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Surtaal School of Indian Music
This Group Provides Teaching Of The Tabla, Harmonium And Singing To Children In The Local Community. They Organise Music Concerts And Workshops To Local Schools And Community Groups. The Award Will Be Used Purchase New Musical Instruments And Pay For A Pa
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Pushpalata Dance Company
This Group Is An Asian Dance Company That Regularly Holds Workshops And Performances With Members Of The Community. The Award Will Be Used To Stage The Performance 'Chitrangada' As Several Venues. Costs Will Include Choreography, Music, Costumes, Performa
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Beatrice Tate Secondary School
This Group Is A School For Students With Severe Learning Difficulties. The Award Will Be Used To Have A Small Arts Organisation, 'Wild Ducks', Lead A 2 Term Residency In Movement And Dance Activities For People With Learning Disabilities.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Lahing Kayumanggi
This Group Promotes Awareness And Understanding Of Philippine Culture Through Music And Dance. The Award Will Be Used Towards The Over All Costs Of A Performance. Workshops Will Take Place Prior To This Performance For Young People And A History Display O
|£4,223||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Theatre Encorps
This Group Is Established To Maintain, Improve And Advance Education By The Encouragement Of The Arts, In Particular Dance. The Award Will Be Used To Pay For Professional Dancers And Production Costs Associated With Their New Dance Project Celebrating The
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Kente Limited
Kente is a development agency for the black voluntary sector in London. They offer advice, information, training and capacity building services. The award will be used to organise a programme of three day seminars, 'Strengthening the black voluntary sect
|13 Dec 2000||5th Erith Scout Group
This welll established scout group provide activities focused mainly for young people, their hall is also available for local groups to use. The award will be used for refurbishment work on their hall, creating disabled access for users and improving secu
|13 Dec 2000||Noakhali Association UK Ltd
This new group aim to provide advice, information and resources on education, health and regeneration issues. The award will be used as start up costs for the group and a Millennium community celebration. The group aim to improve community activities lead
|13 Dec 2000||Tower Hamlets Race Equality Council
This group works toward the elimination of racial discrimination, promote equality of opportunity and good relations between people of different racial groups. As part of a series of lectures under the title 'The Millennium Lectures on Race and Human Righ
|13 Dec 2000||Brent Community Transport
This group provides community transport for local voluntary groups and individuals with mobility impairments, a driver training scheme and a vehicle workshop. The award will be used to train 2 staff members to be able to fit hand controls in vehicles for
|13 Dec 2000||Holly Street Luncheon and Social Club
This group provides luncheons, social activities, entertainment and workshops for the elderly. The award will be used as a contribution to a New Year's celebration for the elderley. Costs include venue hire, entertainment and refreshments.
|13 Dec 2000||Merton Somali Community (MESCO)
This group provides the relief of poverty of Somali refugees. They provide a range of services. The award will be used to train elderly and disabled refugees in IT skills, to hold an artistic event, and to promote a football competition.
|13 Dec 2000||One-to-One (Enfield)
One to One was established in Enfield in 1991 and offers a range of services to adults with learning difficulties in the borough. The award will be used to enable people to use community facilities in small groups. They plan to develop a sports activitie
|13 Dec 2000||999 Club Trust
This charity provides crisis care and long-term support to disadvantaged individuals. The award will be used to provide a workspace resource unit for users of the 999 Club in Deptford. This will allow education and training of IT skills in an informal and
|13 Dec 2000||337 Division Upminster and Hornchurch St. John Ambulance
This registered charity provides first aid training and attend many community activities such as fetes, local marathons, disabled sports, football and rugby. The award will be used to purchase training equipment which will be used to train local people in
|13 Dec 2000||REM Educational Centre
This charity currently provides evening classes in languages and cultural history, as well as a Saturday school. The award will be used to purchase play equipment for the after school club and purchase computers for a new adult learning zone.
|13 Dec 2000||Beis Chana Ltd
The organisation exists to provide culturally sensitive services to Orthodox Jewish women who, due to cultural considerations, do not have access to mainstream provisions. The award will fund a 'good citizenship' project, in which people are encouraged to
|13 Dec 2000||Exposure Organisation Limited
This group provides training, advice and support to young people on producing a magazine. The award will be used to extend the youth publishing project into the London Borough of Islington.
|13 Dec 2000||Waldeba Fund Trust
This group provides a drop in advice and counseling service to Ethiopian refugees. The award will be used to launch the research project (that was conducted by volunteers) and make it available to other Ethiopian refugee community organisations.
|13 Dec 2000||The Village Deaf Club
This group provides assistance to deaf people by the provision of recreational activities. The grant will be used to purchase equipment which will allow committee members to access emergency services.
|13 Dec 2000||Royal Air Forces Association (Southgate & Wood Green Branch)
This group provides information and advice for its members. The award will be used provide office equipment as well group outings.
|13 Dec 2000||Disablement Information Advice Line
This organisation provides information and advice to disabled people, their carers, families and professionals on a range of issues. The award will be used to mark the 10th anniversary of the group by producing a pocket sized directory to send out to ever
|13 Dec 2000||Shaiba Age Care
This group provides services for Asian elders. The award will be used to help transport disabled members to and from club meetings and also to provide a one off social outing.
|13 Dec 2000||Opport Foundation - The Charlton Advice Centre
This new group provides advice and counselling for young members of ethnic minorities on crime prevention and social inclusion. The award will be used to purchase video equipment to be used in crime prevention sessions, and to purchase computers to be use
|13 Dec 2000||African Francophone Refugee Association
This group provides social and welfare support to black African French and Portuguese speaking refugees in the UK. . The award will be used to provide vocational training to refugees and asylum seekers.
|13 Dec 2000||Lisson Gardens Association
This charity will use the award to replace existing handrails and replace damaged electricity sockets.
|13 Dec 2000||The Baby Fund
This group provides new baby packs for families living in poverty and from the Orthodox Jewish Community. The award will be used to extend the services of the group.
|13 Dec 2000||3rd Mitcham Guides
The girl guides will use the award to purchase new camping equipment.
|13 Dec 2000||Drug & Alcohol Refugee Project
This new group provides advocacy on drugs and alcohol and counselling for people with drink or drugs problems. The award will be used purchase start-up equipment and train vlounteers in skills needed to improve social exclusion and capacity building.
|13 Dec 2000||African Women's Welfare Association - Ayoka Project
This reg charity provides advice, education and training to persons who have been affected by sickle cell or thalassaemia disease. The award will be used to fund an event at Thorpe Park for people suffering from these conditions, their carers, friends and
|13 Dec 2000||1st Riverside Brownies
This brownie group will use the award to purchase tents to enable them to go camping.
|13 Dec 2000||Family Network Recruitment & Training Consultancy
This group provides onsite outreach assessment, recruitment, training and workshops to prospective foster carers in the black community. The award will be used for start up costs.
|13 Dec 2000||TCS Kids Club & Saturday School
This group is a Saturday school who provide remedial education to ethnic minorities who are at risk of underachieving. The award will be used to pay for venue hire for their 'Removing the Barriers' project which will bring the local community together to
|13 Dec 2000||Hounslow Pensioners Forum
This reg charity provides information on a range of issues and encourages the elderly to continue to lead an active life. The award will be used to produce their safety leaflet and enable members to go on coach trips.
|13 Dec 2000||Mount Pleasant Residents Association
This group is a tenants and residents association who works to improve the local community. The award will be used to purchase computer and office equipment to help the group run more efficiently and to assist them by being able to distribute mailouts to
|13 Dec 2000||The Bengali Workers' Association
This group provides advice and education in a range of different areas.The award will be used to contribute to the cost of printing a bilingual teaching book for free distribution to the British Bengali school children through the voluntary Saturday schoo
|13 Dec 2000||War Victims Association
This group provides long term assistance to Arabs living in the UK who are, or were, victims of wars. The award will be used to run a series of activities that will enable the comunity to come together and show their talent.
|13 Dec 2000||Camden Cypriot Women's Organisation
The group provides advice and support services to the Cypriot community, especially women and their families. They help improve the quality of life through the provision of drop-in service, welfare advice, needs assessment, advocacy & interpreting, health
|13 Dec 2000||Hansy Josovic Maternity Trust
This group addresses the health and emotional needs of Jewish mothers and their new babies. The award will be used to provide volunteer training in ante-natal and post-natal care as well as new techniques in labour support.
|13 Dec 2000||Sanatan Cultural Society
This group promotes Sanatan culture which is the basis of Hinduism. The award will be used to organise a multicultural concert for the local community.
|13 Dec 2000||Newham Community Renewal Programme Limited
This group provides advocacy, support, and information for refugees and asylum seekers. The award will be used to pay for training and refurbishment work.
|13 Dec 2000||Association of Parents & Friends of the Latymer School
This group provides support to Latymer School. The award will be used to set up a sound system in the school for after-school activities.
|13 Dec 2000||Harrow Shopmobility
This group promotes the welfare and independence of people with disabilities. The award will be used to provide an extended service to enable users to retain a chair at home for short periods in order to meet an increasing demand.
|13 Dec 2000||Carer to Carer, Carers Centre Croydon
This group supports carers of people with a range of disabilities in the Croydon area by running information and supportive activities. The award will be used to start an arts and crafts therapy group for carers of people with disabilities.
|13 Dec 2000||Rise up Community Organisation
The group provides 'Move To Work' training for the unemployed and career guidance for young people. The award will be used to employ two casual workers to organise work experience workshops.
|13 Dec 2000||Union Of Ivorian Women In Great Britain
This group provides various social services to immigrants. The award will be used to organise a special community celebration.
|13 Dec 2000||Kimbanguist Charity
This group provides couselling to refugees and asylum seekers. The award will be used to organise a one day community event aimed at bringing families together. Activities will include cookery competions for parents, a children's questionnaire, survey se
|13 Dec 2000||Cantores Early Music Chamber Choir
This group specialises in performing British and European music of the 15th-17th centuries. The award will be used to put on 5 performances of music by English composers. Each performance will be preceded by a day long workshop, open to all local singers,
|13 Dec 2000||Brent Deaf People's Group
Brent Deaf People's Group is set up to improve the quality of life of deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people in Brent. It provides communal facilities and promotion of community projects for its service users. The award will be used to improve the use
|13 Dec 2000||The North Southwark Bereavement Care Association
This group offers bereavement counselling. The award will be used to pilot a counselling assessment service for bereavement residents of Southwark.
|13 Dec 2000||Museum of African Caribbean Regions
This group educates the public in African Caribbean culture and history through the medium of a museum. The award will be used to provide office facilities and help eduacte the community about contributions made by African Caribbean people in the UK in th
|13 Dec 2000||Congolese Youth Association
This new group provides advice on immigration, health, housing, education and employment. The award will be used to purchase office equipment and organise a community event. The project will target young people and the refugee coimmunity.
|13 Dec 2000||Bromley Autistic Trust
This group provides residential accommodation for young people and adults with autistic spectrum disorders. The award will be used to take groups of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders on 3 day trips.
|13 Dec 2000||African Alliance Network
This new group provides advocacy and advice to people of African origin in the borough of Barking and Dagenham. The award will be used to provide management training and purchase office equipment.
|13 Dec 2000||Hall Mead Friends Association
This group provides and assists in the provision of facilities for education at Hall Mead School not provided by the Local Authority. The award will be used to upgrade the sound system used both by the school and the local community.