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|17 Dec 2001||Contemporary Art Society
Towards the cost of increasing contemporary art collecting for the benefit of Scottish artists and the general public
|£64,475||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 2001||Help The Hospices
This project, which will be developed by Help the Hospices, in partnership with St Christopher's Hospice, Sydenham, plans to launch Hospice Link UK in early 2002. This new service will act as a primary point of contact for information about hospice and p
|17 Dec 2001||London College of Printing
Scholarships for MA in Screenwriting & Hardship Fund
|£8,100||UK Film Council|
|13 Dec 2001||Camden Primary Care Trust
Camden Primary Care Trust
|£642,760||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Dec 2001||Camden Arts Centre
Repair & Refurbishment of Existing Building
|£3,169,533||Arts Council England|
|3 Dec 2001||The Community Channel
The Project Is To Enable The Community Channel A Digital Tv Channel Which Has Been In Existence For Approaching 2 Years To Establish The Digital Community, Which Will Be A Service To Provide Small Voluntary Organisations The Means To Access Tv Advertising
|30 Nov 2001||Tessa Peters & Janice West, Independent Curators
The Uncanny Room
|£19,234||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2001||Black Umbrella Ltd
The Whole Story: Art in postwar Britain
|£9,000||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2001||Burgh House Trust
Burgh House Extension
|£605,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Nov 2001||Sir John Soane's Museum
The Three Courtyards Project
|£579,580||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Nov 2001||Forward Opera
The Group Is Set Up To Promote Opera In Camden And The Surrounding Area. The Award Will Allow The Group To Give Workshops To Children In Camden And Westminster. Artist Fees For Four Artists Covering Two Days At -˙200 Per Day (-˙1,600), Travel (-˙60) Artistic
|£3,050||Arts Council England|
|28 Nov 2001||S-TEEM
This New Group Is Comprised Of Successful Arts Practitioners Who Have Joined Forces To Provide Personal Guidance, Arts Training And Opportunities To Disadvantaged Young People In Music, Film, Poetry And Performance Art. The Award Will Be Used Towards Sta
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|28 Nov 2001||Rise Phoenix
The group is set up to bring professional artists and local children in the community. The award will allow the group to obtain a central heating system. The installation and supply of central heating system (-˙3,000)
|28 Nov 2001||Chinese Information and Advice Centre
This group provides free legal advice and representation in immigration, asylum, family and domestic violence. They also offer a support service to victims who have suffered from domestic violence by linking them with trained volunteers who assist them i
|28 Nov 2001||Saint Sava Library
This Library Provides An Opportunity For People To Study The Serbo-Croat Language And Culture By Providing A Range Of Resources. They Will Use The Award To Buy Stocks Of Encyclopaedias, Childrens' Books Magazines And Audio/Visual Material, Aswell As Arran
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Nov 2001||Finchley Foil
This Fencing Club Will Use An Award To Purchase New Kit So That They Can Run An Additional Beginners' Course. Also They Will Buy Some Electronic Scoring Equipment For The Advanced Fencring Group.
|27 Nov 2001||Raw Material Music & Media Ltd
Short Narrative Production
|£4,761||UK Film Council|
|23 Nov 2001||Serious Events Ltd
Beacon Project - Count Yourself In
|£310,695||Arts Council England|
|22 Nov 2001||Elfrida Rathbone Camden
The project is to provide support to families in order to address the growing problem of school exclusions and admissions in and around Camden.
|22 Nov 2001||Home-start Camden
The organisation, together with two others, will move into common premises to provide a single point of access to family support services. The grant, over three years, will provide equipment, salaries and running costs.
|22 Nov 2001||Friends United Network
The grant, over three years, is for two part-time posts of Caseworker, staff training and general running expenses.
|22 Nov 2001||Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture
The grant, over two year is for three new full-time project staff, new office equipment and general running costs.
|22 Nov 2001||King's Cross Community Development Trust
The project is to provide support and advice to local community groups through community development and capacity building. The grant, over three years, is for salaries, producing information and project running expenses.
|22 Nov 2001||Ethiopian Community In Britain
This three year project, run by the Ethiopian Community in Britain, based in Camden, will provide English, IT and career development training courses to enable 180 Ethiopian and other unemployed refugees and asylum seekers to overcome isolation they feel
|20 Nov 2001||Central London Arts Ltd
Purchase and installation of a new boiler
|£13,485||Arts Council England|
|19 Nov 2001||Concert Clinic Ltd
|£17,500||Arts Council England|
|19 Nov 2001||Como No!
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|12 Nov 2001||The Wellcome Trust
Francis Crick Papers
|£904,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Nov 2001||Off The Cuff Theatre Company
Swollen Tongues National Tour
|£58,181||Arts Council England|
|31 Oct 2001||APT Film and Television Ltd
|£14,803||UK Film Council|
|25 Oct 2001||London Borough of Camden
The grant will be used to create 25 before school, 30 before and after school and 25 holiday only places for children aged 5 - 12 years old. 3 local schools will be served.
|£64,120||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Oct 2001||Holy Trinity CE Primary School
Learning through Landscsapes
|22 Oct 2001||Edith Neville Primary School
Learning through Landscsapes
|17 Oct 2001||Akademi- South Asian Dance In The Uk
Youth Dance ProgressAsian (working title)
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Oct 2001||Well and Wise
It will benefit disadvantaged older people in Camden through a range of stimulating healthy activities and a comprehensive information service to promote good health. Community venues will host a range of activities including therapy sessions, music and m
|£997,869||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Oct 2001||National Family and Parenting Institute
The project is to develop the Family Organisations Network which aims to increase knowledge and capacity in family research field, reduce duplication and encourage good practice by improving dialogue between voluntary organisations in the field. The grant
|28 Sep 2001||Public Concern At Work
This project will enable the organisation to maintain and develop its presence in Scotland by a) offering free confidential help to people concerned about wrongdsoing but unsure whether or how to whistleblow, b) train and support public, private and volu
|27 Sep 2001||London Hazards Centre Trust Ltd
The London Hazards Centre Trust Ltd has been awarded a grant for staff training, producing information, rent and general running costs. Their Black and Ethnic Minority Voluntary Sector Training Project will offer training and advice on producing a workabl
|27 Sep 2001||Castlehaven Community Association
The project is to knock down an old one-storey building and build a new two-storey purpose built youth facility building. The grant, over one year, is for the capital costs of building a new two storey youth facility in Castlehaven.
|27 Sep 2001||Artsline Limited
The project is to fund the salaries of two new staff, refurbishment and professional fees.
|27 Sep 2001||British Museum
Jennings Dog - Acquisition
|£362,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Sep 2001||The Pirate Club
The Pirate Art Club
|£9,289||Arts Council England|
|26 Sep 2001||Make A Play Productions
This Theatre Company For 16-30 Year Olds Will Use An Award To Pay For Their First Play Called 'Amongst Friends'.
|£2,300||Arts Council England|
|26 Sep 2001||The Camden Society
This group provide services for adults with learning difficulties. The award will be used to run workshops to make costumes to participate in the Notting Hill Carnival in 2002.
|26 Sep 2001||Greater London Forum for Older People
This group is a pan-London organisation which provides an information and support service to the 33 Borough Forums and represent their views to policy makers in London. They will use the award to stage a conference for 50 Older People to discuss issues of
|26 Sep 2001||New Leaf Productions
This Group Provide Showcases For Unsigned Bands. The Award Will Pay For The Groups Biggest Show Case So Far With 5 Events. Venue Hire (-˙1,000), Pa And Sound Engineer (-˙500), Musicians Costs (-˙1,125), Publicity (-˙1,375), Administration (-˙250), Stewarding/F
|£4,375||Arts Council England|
|20 Sep 2001||The Royal National Institute of Blind People
The project is to develop an existing Resource area where literature, advice, information and support is available for those suffering from or affected by visual impairment. To also establish another Resource area in North Solihull and to pilot outreach
|20 Sep 2001||The Roundhouse Trust
|£3,620,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Sep 2001||UK Sport
Athlete Lifestyle Services
|16 Sep 2001||Jubilee Waterside Centre
The project is to provide community activities centred around a new community hall that is currently being built for the local residents of Elm and Camden village. The grant, over 3 years is for the salary of a new part-time community development worker a
|12 Sep 2001||Philharmonia Orchestra
Troilus and Cressida Music Theatre Project
|£17,832||Arts Council England|
|5 Sep 2001||The Roundhouse Trust
|£15,900||Arts Council England|
|5 Sep 2001||Camden Music Service
|£18,810||Arts Council England|
|4 Sep 2001||Sterling Pictures/ Ideal World Films
|31 Aug 2001||London Borough of Camden
Making Black History Part 1
|£15,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Aug 2001||The Family Planning Association
Family Planning Association Archive
|£21,046||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Aug 2001||Raw Material Music And Media
Capital bid - equipment upgrade
|£35,150||Arts Council England|
|15 Aug 2001||Parallax Independent Ltd
|£18,750||UK Film Council|
|1 Aug 2001||Institute of Race Relations
The project will develop an 'information gateway' on race relations in the UK for voluntary and community groups. The organisation will deliver customised information via e-mail and a web-based news service, covering cases, campaigns, legislation, policy
|1 Aug 2001||The Prince's Trust
The Trust Provides Programmes That Raise Self Esteem, Change Attitudes, Develop Skills And Support Young People Into Work. This Project, Development Awards, Will Provide Support & A Discretionary Grant (Between -˙50 & -˙500) To Young People Who Are At Risk
|1 Aug 2001||Named Individual
Bursary to attend Film Business School
|£481||UK Film Council|
|30 Jul 2001||Roundhouse Trust
One Arm Jack
|£3,000||UK Film Council|
|25 Jul 2001||King's Cross Community Development Trust
This group offers advise and support to community groups and voluntary organisations. An award would be used to fund arts workshops.
|25 Jul 2001||St John the Baptist Church
The group is a Church.The award will pay for the development of a community garden involving volunteers and unemployed people from the community.
|25 Jul 2001||Research and Development Centre for Ethiopians in Britain
This group offers advice on education, training, employment and health to young Ethiopian refugees and asylum seekers. An award would be used for a range of training sessions, a conference, social event, and an annual general meeting.
|25 Jul 2001||Genna Ethiopian Art & Theatre
This is an arts group who encourage young Ethiopian people to engage in the arts including mime, dance, singing and music. An award would be used to fund workshops which will culminate in a one-day festival.
|25 Jul 2001||B.M.E.C.T.E
The group brings together artists within local communities to produce innovative work in the arts. The project is to set up a pilot scheme for deaf and hearing actors, musicians and technicians. It will extend access to the arts by increasing skills and
|25 Jul 2001||Plot 10 Community Project
The Group Provide After School And Holiday Playschemes. The Award Will Pay For An Inter-Racial Football Project And Workshops To Tackle Issues Of Racism And Encourage More Children From The Bangladeshi Community To Use The Facilities.
|25 Jul 2001||Camden Jobtrain
This Group Provide Training And Resources For Young People Who Have Become Disengaged At School Or School Leavers With No Qualifications. The Award Will Pay For The Setting Up Of Football Teams.
|25 Jul 2001||Pan Intercultural Arts Limited
This group run intercultural arts workshops which include dance, drama, music and video production and go in to schools to increase understanding of different cultures. An award would be used to run workshops for young people during the autumn half term.
|23 Jul 2001||Kings Cross & Brunswick Neighbourhood Assoc.
Community Link Sports Project Integration
|20 Jul 2001||Camden Library Service
The award has provided Information and Communications Technology (ICT) training for public librarians on basic and technical information handling competencies required by staff for their own use and to assist library users.
|£97,482||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jul 2001||Camden Library Service
Camden Library Service
|£369,031||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Jul 2001||Serious Events Ltd
The Tin Hat Trio
|£9,800||Arts Council England|
|17 Jul 2001||Presteigne Festival of Music and the Arts Ltd
2001 Presteigne Festival of Music & the Arts
|£3,852||Arts Council of Wales|
|17 Jul 2001||Philharmonia Orchestra
Main Stabilisation Programme 1 (supplementary award 1)
|£2,202,000||Arts Council England|
|9 Jul 2001||The Bureau Film Company
N+Ži The Albino - PILOT
|£10,000||UK Film Council|
|6 Jul 2001||Kali Theatre Company
Organisational Development & Supporting Capital Items
|£15,131||Arts Council England|
|6 Jul 2001||Kali Theatre Company
Meri Kahani 2002
|£21,080||Arts Council England|
|5 Jul 2001||Jocelyn Pook / Dragan Aleksic
Speaking in Tunes
|£24,715||Arts Council England|
|4 Jul 2001||The Prince'S Trust
sound live - East
|£29,127||Arts Council England|
|4 Jul 2001||Haystack Productions
In Every Dream Home
|£27,600||UK Film Council|
|4 Jul 2001||NFH Limited
Kisses After Dark
|£52,000||UK Film Council|
|2 Jul 2001||Peepolykus
|£49,222||Arts Council England|
|2 Jul 2001||Global Action Plan
Action at Home allows people to access an interactive scheme of materials and advice on how to promote sustainable living in the home. It will help people to identify the small, practical changes they can make to their lifestyles to reduce their negative
|£94,800||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jul 2001||Basic Skills Agency (The)
The project will provide online support for parents who lack the confidence to engage in their children-+s early literacy and numeracy development. The materials will help break down the intergenerational effect of poor basic skills. The project will fund
|£145,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jul 2001||Associated British Pathe Limited
This project will improve the quality and quantity of Pathe Limited's archive and will help meet the costs of the digitisation of all of the digital videotape, enabling the company to make the resource available on-line, to educational and reference libra
|£1,163,950||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jul 2001||British Library
The grant will be used for the digitisation of unique materials in the British collection, focusing on the inheritances of regional and ethnic communities. These fall under three themes: geographical and topographical learning resources relating to Britis
|£3,213,277||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jul 2001||British Film Institute
BfI will create an online resource to support lifelong learning and secondary education. Working with the National Film and Television Archive and with the consent of rights holders including Carlton International, Canal+Image and the BBC, it will digitis
|£1,276,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jul 2001||London Open House
The project will develop a web-site to facilitate an understanding of the best of London-+s 20th Century architecture. The aim is to attract those with a general interest in architecture as well as schoolteachers, pupils, students, tourists, visitors and r
|£76,439||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jul 2001||Media Trust
The project will convert the training material contained in the first two series of 'Voluntary Matters' into a digital format to provide engaging, interactive, web-based training for the voluntary sector.
|£79,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Jun 2001||Parallax Pictures Ltd
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.
|25 Jun 2001||London Borough of Camden
The grant will be used to create 36 after-school places and 41 holiday places for children aged 5 - 14 years in the Camden area. 5 existing schemes will be expanded and 16 local schools will be served.
|£29,831||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Jun 2001||Camden Local Education Authority
The Camden Learning Education Arts Project will be made up of a number of different strands benefiting 47 schools in the borough. Activities will include cross-school exhibitions, creative writing, performance workshops, a youth theatre, breakfast clubs a
|£796,741||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jun 2001||Radical Gypsy
This New Group Bring People Together To Partake In Video Making And Drama. The Award Will Pay For Start Up Costs And Publicity For Their First Project Bringing People From The Gay And Martial Arts Communities Together.
|£4,977||Arts Council England|
|20 Jun 2001||The Anubian Nights Theatre company
This Is A Theatre Group Whose Productions Are Geared Towards Non Theatre-Goers, Thereby Creating New Audiences And Participants In Theatre Activities. The Award Would Be Used To Pay For Performers/Technicians Fees And Publicity For A Forthcoming Productio
|£2,340||Arts Council England|
|20 Jun 2001||Ingestre Road Tenants Association
This tenants association is planning to run a summer holiday scheme so that disadvantaged children on the estate can have access to a range of fun, holiday activities which their families could not otherwise afford. 24 July-19 August.
|20 Jun 2001||Sudan Womens Association
This group provides advice/support in a range of areas including welfare advice, ESOL training and sewing and handicraft classes. The award will be used to organise a conference untitled 'Women's Place in Community Development'.
|20 Jun 2001||Castlehaven Community Association
This group runs a summer playscheme. The award will be used towards costs associated with this summer's playscheme.
|20 Jun 2001||Pastoral & Environmental Network In The Horn Of Africa
This group exists to provide a range of services to those in need, to improve the quality of life for Horn of African Communities in the Uk and in the Horn. The award will be used for printing publicity and paying volunteers expenses. May 2001.