183 matching grants found.
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|15 Dec 2000||Resource: Council for Museums, Archives & Libraries
Portable Antiquities Scheme - Outreach Officer
|£39,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2000||Bela Bartok Centre for Musicianship
Music For All
|£16,200||Arts Council England|
|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||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||Bard Entertainments Ltd
|£500,000||UK Film Council|
|13 Dec 2000||Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture
The Community Action Millennium Awards operated by The Medical Foundation will enable 125 survivors of torture and systematic violence now resident in Greater London to overcome their physical and psychological barriers to using and developing skills whic
|13 Dec 2000||Jewish Music Institute
To enable individuals from all backgrounds (regardless of background or experience in music Jewish or non Jewish) to explore and celebrate Jewish culture and to develop activities whereby they share this heritage and enrich their own community and/or the
|12 Dec 2000||Contemporary Dance Trust (The Place)
Main Stabilisation Programme 1
|£1,825,000||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2000||London Irish Centre
London Irish Centre
|£46,118||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||T.U.C.
A community grid for learning will be set up by the Trades Union Congress to reach out to members nationally and attract those who have few or no formal qualifications. Workers who find it difficult to take up formal learning or who face barriers to learn
|£153,467||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Dec 2000||Groundwork Camden
Whitfield Gardens - Youth Accessing Heritage, Camden
|£46,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Dec 2000||London Borough of Camden
Talacre Sports Centre
|23 Nov 2000||Petrie Museum of Archaeology
Roman Egyptian Daily Life - Conservation and Access
|£46,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Nov 2000||Serious Events
|£10,000||Arts Council England|
|21 Nov 2000||Serious Events
John Surman, Jack deJohnette, London Brass
|£23,500||Arts Council England|
|21 Nov 2000||Serious Events
Foday Musa Suso and Philip Glass
|£24,500||Arts Council England|
|21 Nov 2000||Jazz Services
Improvised Music Touring Support Scheme
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Red Room
The Bogus Woman
|£12,571||Arts Council England|
|2 Nov 2000||Kilburn Youth Centre
The project is to provide an advice service on; housing, health, legal advice, employment and benefit related issues. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and project running costs.
|2 Nov 2000||St James' House
The project will provide picture framing workshops to people with mental health issues. The grant, offer three years, is for a salary and project running costs.
|1 Nov 2000||Pre-School Learning Alliance
Music for Life
|£8,950||Arts Council England|
|25 Oct 2000||Gospel Oak Action Link
This group provides activities for the local residents. The award will be used to stage a play in the local church using a combination of professional actors and local volunteers.
|25 Oct 2000||Camden Access Panel
This new group aims to provide improved access to the built up environment within Camden. The award will be used to launch the group and provide disability awareness training.
|25 Oct 2000||Camden and Westminster Refugee Training Partnership
This group aims to relieve poverty and advance education among refugees. The award will be used to hold an open day and social gatherings.
|25 Oct 2000||Kentish Town City Farm Limited
This city farm is a resource for pre-school, school, and special needs groups. It is used to gain understanding of farm & animal life. The award will be used to reclaim a disused embankment for community and farm use.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Renew Kentish Town
This group promotes community involvment in planning and implementing the sustainable development of Kentish Town. The award will be used to hold an exhibition on the local communities' visions of Kentish Town.
|£4,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||London Borough of Camden
The grant will be used to create 36 before-school places, 44 after-school places and 97 holiday places for children aged 3 - 7 years old. 18 local schools will be served.
|£73,659||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Christ Church Primary School
This group is a primary school. The award will support a programme of inter-school competitions. Costs will cover sporting equipment coaching administration costs hire of venue and volunteer training.
|25 Oct 2000||Regents Square Tenants & Residents Association
This group provides community support and liaise with the local housing office on tenant related matters. The award will be used to purchase sports equipment and conduct a series of sports coaching sessions to help address the problem of youth boredom.
|16 Oct 2000||Spare Tyre Theatre Company
Purchase of Van and Touring Equipment
|£38,596||Arts Council England|
|10 Oct 2000||Help The Hospices
The project is to enable Help the Hospices to co-ordinate and increase the grant making and support services they provide for hospices through their recently established Hospice Services Department. The grant, over three years, is for the recruitment an
|2 Oct 2000||Overtones
Purchase of sound equipment
|£49,788||Arts Council England|
|30 Sep 2000||Sport England
Playing Fields and Playing Pitch Strategies -ú22.3m. Investing in playing fields and the development of playing pitch strategies. The strategies will set out what exists, the demand and priorities for development of public, private and voluntary recreation
|£31,551,479||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Sep 2000||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Interim Funding Scheme
|£6,000||Arts Council of Wales|
|19 Sep 2000||Central London Arts
Emergency health and safety work
|£387,602||Arts Council England|
|19 Sep 2000||Act Productions
|£79,887||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 2000||Directory of Social Change
The organisation assist voluntary and community organisations to become more effective through providing information and training. The project is the refurbishment of their Charity Centre in north London in order to make it fully accessible and generally
|16 Sep 2000||Revolving Doors Agency
The Organisation Support People With Mental Health Problems Who Come In To Contact With The Criminal Justice System. The Project Will Set Up A Partnership Unit To Explore The Development Of The Link Worker Model. In This Model, The Link Worker Acts As An
|16 Sep 2000||Welcare Community Projects
The project will provide supervised interaction between dysfunctional single parents and chidren. The grant, over two years, will pay for salaries and project running costs.
|16 Sep 2000||Pre-School Learning Alliance
The Alliance aims to enhance the development and education of children by encouraging parents to understand and provide for their childrens needs through community groups. The project will strengthen its volunteer and branch network which provides suppor
|16 Sep 2000||Creative And Supportive Trust Limited
The project will provide pre-release resettlement support in education, training, employment and welfare to women in prison. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and associated running costs.
|13 Sep 2000||Thomas Coram Early Excellence Centre
Finding Our Voice
|£26,440||Arts Council England|
|9 Sep 2000||London Borough of Camden
The project aims to deliver basic IT learning opportunities to residents of inner city communities who would otherwise be unlikely to access such facilities and provision.
|£225,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Sep 2000||Northern Bridge Productions
This New Arts Group Helps The Treatment Of Addictions Through Professionally Enacted Drama Plays And Regular Workshops For Addicts And Their Partners. The Award Will Be Used Toward A New Production And Worshops Which Will Use Drama Therapy To Combat Subst
|£4,920||Arts Council England|
|7 Sep 2000||Blue Camel Projects
This Group Promotes Concerts And Organises Performances, Mainly Of Anglo/Turkish Collaborations. The Award Will Fund A Series Of 6 Concerts At A Venue In Hackney.
|£4,800||Arts Council England|
|7 Sep 2000||Edo State Women Association
This Group Provides Support For All People Interested In Edo Culture, As Well As A Place To Meet, Gather Information And Experience Their Values And Tradition. The Award Will Be Used To Hold An Annual Cultural Dance To Celebrate Their Heritage.
|£4,590||Arts Council England|
|7 Sep 2000||Absolute Zero Theatre Company Ltd
This Group Provides Small Scale Theatre Production And Comprehensive Self Development Programmes. The Award Will Be Used To Run The Community Workshops In Preparation For A Performance.
|£4,000||Arts Council England|
|7 Sep 2000||West Hampstead Events Association For Residents & Tenants
This group aims to promote community spirit and social inclusion for the benefit of all the inhabitants of West Hampstead through the organisation of various events. The award will be used to hold community events and purchase audio equipment for use at
|7 Sep 2000||Hampstead Reform Jewish Community
This group are a synagogue, holding regular religious services and social activities. The award will help with the construction of a disabled access to toilet facilities.
|7 Sep 2000||Mill Lane Open Space Action Group
This group provides renovation and maintenance of the open space at 160 Mill Lane, London NW6. The space is used as a wildlife and play area for the general public. The award will be used to improve the facilities, particularly improving disabled access a
|£3,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 2000||Fleet Community Project
This group provides social and educational activities and also runs a shop cafe and launderette for the benefit of local tenants and residents. The award will be used to provide youth training purchase sport equipment and instal essential fittings.
|7 Sep 2000||The Great River Race
This group organises an annual event called The Great River Race on the Thames. The award will be used to organise and run the Millenium great river race and to particularly attract more entries from people with special needs youth and women.
|7 Sep 2000||Rosary R C Primary School
This group is a primary school. The award will fund a programme of inter-school competitions being co-ordianted by LB Camden. It will also establish a sports coaching initiative.
|7 Sep 2000||Kentish Town Primary School
This group is a primary school. The award will establish a sports coaching initiative at the school co-ordinated by Camden that will link-up with other schools in the area.
|7 Sep 2000||Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School
This group is a primary school. The application is part of the batched bid by Camden and will fund a programme of coaching and inter-school competition in various sports.
|7 Sep 2000||London Open House
This group aims to advance public education in architecture. The award will be used to create interest in local environment. Open Up will be targeted at children aged between 8-13. A series of activities sheets will be prepared to encourage young visitor
|£3,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Sep 2000||Tasane, Mr Steve
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|17 Aug 2000||Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts
1997/98 Discretionary Grants - Interim Funding System
|£10,219||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|8 Aug 2000||Kali Theatre Company
River on Fire
|£55,439||Arts Council England|
|7 Aug 2000||Central London Arts
Purchase of equipment
|£30,514||Arts Council England|
|7 Aug 2000||British Library
Traditional Music of England: Unlocking Our Musical Heritage
|£68,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Aug 2000||Off The Cuff Theatre Company
|£12,990||Arts Council England|
|1 Aug 2000||London Irish Centre
Return to Camden Town - Festival of Traditional Irish Music, Song & Dance
|£27,010||Arts Council England|
|1 Aug 2000||Studio Upstairs
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|28 Jul 2000||Vicar & Churchwardens of St Mary's Church
St Mary the Virgin, Camden
|£31,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Jul 2000||Presteigne Festival of Music and the Arts Ltd
|£2,450||Arts Council of Wales|
|18 Jul 2000||Contemporary Dance Trust (The Place)
3 Year BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance: 1998 - 2001
|£86,200||Arts Council England|
|18 Jul 2000||Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art
3 Year Acting Course: 1998 - 2001
|£83,574||Arts Council England|
|18 Jul 2000||Stella Mann School Of Dancing
3 Year Dance for Performers and Teachers Course: 1998 - 2001
|£61,955||Arts Council England|
|18 Jul 2000||Central School Of Ballet Charitable Trust
3 Year Diploma for Professional Theatre: 1998 - 2001
|£80,204||Arts Council England|
|18 Jul 2000||Camden Arts Centre
|£25,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Jul 2000||WAC Performing Arts & Media College Interchange Trust
|£59,926||Arts Council England|
|14 Jul 2000||Camden Music Service
Camden Music Service
|£6,350||Arts Council England|
|13 Jul 2000||The Consortium Of Bengali Associations
The project will act as an umbrella body for the development of community regeneration initiatives. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries, office equipment and running costs.
|13 Jul 2000||The Camden Society
The project is to enable people with a learning disability to improve the quality of their lives through volunteer support. The grant, will fund salaries and project running costs.
|13 Jul 2000||Revolving Doors Agency
The Project Will More Than Double The Capacity And Coverage Of Support Work Being Undertaken By Two Link Workers In High Wycombe Who Provide Support And Advice To People With Multiple Mental Health Needs Where No Single Condition Is Deemed To Be Severe En
|3 Jul 2000||Graeae Theatre Company
Purchase of office and touring equipment
|£30,549||Arts Council England|
|30 Jun 2000||Bard Entertainments
American Cousins. A comedy about an Italian family running a cafe in Glasgow whose lives are turned upside down by the arrival of their American cousins on the run from Ukranian hit men.
|30 Jun 2000||Parallax Pictures
Fergus Lamont. The mysterious and tragic suicide of his beautiful mother spurs Fergus on a personal odyssey. Aristocratic warrior poet, lover, imposter, his journey through the 20th century reveals the magical contradictions of love.
|26 Jun 2000||Protein Dance
On the Couch, Portrait, Group Duck
|£12,500||Arts Council England|
|13 Jun 2000||Fiery Angel
|£21,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Jun 2000||Company Pictures Ltd
Morvern Callar. Based on Alan Warners novel Morvern Callar, Lynne Ramsay+òs rights of passage film about love, lust and escape.
|9 Jun 2000||Camden Open
This New Group Runs Annual Arts Events In Camden. This Award Will Be Used To Provide A Free Exhibition Of Visual Arts Practice By Amateur And Professional Artists In Camden On 26th June 2000.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2000||Camden People's Theatre
This Group Provides A Range Of Theatre-Based Arts Activities For The Local Community. This Award Will Be Used To Fund An Integrated Drama Project Involving Hearing Impaired People.
|£4,880||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2000||The London Irish Elders Forum
This group exists to promote the needs of older Irish people and act as an information base to its client group in Greater London. The award will be used to fund a millennium celebration for older Irish pensioners London wide. A 3-course lunch will be pro
|9 Jun 2000||Herbrand Street Tenants Association
The award will be used to undertake a 2 week arts project on the estate during the summer holidays. Both children and adults will be assisted by a local artist to design and create 10 mosaics that will be installed around the courtyard of the estate. The
|9 Jun 2000||King's Cross Community Development Trust
This group provides support to local communities. With this award they will organise a series of arts workshops which will culminate in a one day festival.
|9 Jun 2000||Castlehaven Community Association
This group promotes the social welfare of those living in the Castlehaven ward by providing a range of services and activities. The group works with people living on isolated, high rise estates in Camden and they plan to run a summer playscheme which will
|9 Jun 2000||The Roundhouse Trust
This group was established to oversee the redevelopment of a grade II listed building into a centre for young people offering faciltities, training and vocational opportunties in the creative industries. The award will pay for some of the costs of an educ
|£3,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Charlotte Street Association
This group is a housing association. The award will be used to carry out a photographic survey and exhibition of the buildings in the area in the new millennium and compare them with survey material from the past in order to show their diversity.
|£4,450||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Libraries For Life For Londoners
This group provides a means for London's library users to participate in government and London Assembly discussions on public library matters. The award will be used to set up a web site capable of receiving direct contributions from individuals and grou
|£4,523||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Jun 2000||Kelly Street Residents Association
This is a residents association. The award will be used to create a permanent public work of art to celebrate the millennium on a vacant piece of council-owned land. June 2000.
|9 Jun 2000||Start
The group aims to co-ordinate skill-sharing and creative abilities amongst the diverse ethnic communities in the local area. The award will be used to provide street decorations and the fees for artists and crafts people, in order to run a project - 'Fes
|9 Jun 2000||Christopher Hatton Primary School
"The Award Will Be Used To Promote Sports Within The School And As Part Of The Schools After School Learning Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Train Staff & Volunteers. The Project Will Begin In September 2000. Training Course For Volunteer (+¦1,500),
|9 Jun 2000||Hampstead Football Club
The award would be used to publicise and promote a Millennium Soccer School in schools and local youth centres.This will extend current membership and will establish a new girls section. The group will hold taster sessions followed by a summer school.
|9 Jun 2000||The Parliament Hill Bowling Club
This outdoor bowling club in Camden will use the award to provide 10 weeks of coachingt to 3 local schools and 20 weeks of coaching to local pensioners.
|9 Jun 2000||Avenue Lawn Tennis Club
The award would be used to purchase tennis equipment, for coaching fees and for group membership.
|6 Jun 2000||Bathena-Jancovich
The House of Pootsie Plunkett
|£16,089||Arts Council England|
|6 Jun 2000||Straydogs Theatre
ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
|£26,000||Arts Council England|