Lottery grants awarded to London in 1999

19 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£741,460 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£485,646 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£20,890 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£48,639 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Barts and The London NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£37,640 New Opportunities Fund
2 Dec 1999 Workable

The project will help young disabled graduates find jobs in the media by developing their skills through work experience placements and practical training. The grant, over three years will pay for salaries, production of information, office equipment and

£187,987 Community Fund
1 Nov 1999 Pimlico Opera

Equipment

£21,583 Arts Council England
7 Oct 1999 Barbican Playgroup & Mother & Toddlers Group

This project will help mothers and toddlers, to develop comfortable stimulating learning environments. The grant, over one year, will pay for the refurbishment of existing premises, equipment and toys.

£8,936 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 The Runnymede Trust

The Runnymede Trust is an independent research and policy agency. The project will set up a small policy unit within the Trust to look at government policy initiatives and assess their implications for the minority ethnic population of the UK. This will

£167,927 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Action for M.E.

The organisation provides information self-help and support services to people with ME and their carers. The project is to provide an information technology system which will improve the management and efficiency of the organisation and allow it to devel

£120,901 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Maternity Alliance Educational & Research Trust (The)

This project will develop an outreach service giving advice and information to pregnant women new families and organisations. It builds on a successful pilot project in which up to three advisors visited playgroups ante-natal groups and health clinics i

£178,885 Community Fund
18 Jun 1999 St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation & Peace

St Ethelburga Centre for Reconciliation & Peace

£243,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 May 1999 Workable

The project will develop the 'Artsable' project, previously funded by Board, into a mainstream Workable partnership accessing placements, training and jobs for disabled graduates in the arts field. The grant, over three years, will fund the salaries of a

£194,500 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Maternity Alliance Educational & Research Trust (The)

A project to research the barriers to care for low income, childbearing women. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and other associated project costs.

£226,231 Community Fund
28 Apr 1999 Parents At Work

The organisation helps children working parents and their employers to benefit from a better balance between commitments at home and responsibilities at work. This project will raise awareness amongst voluntary sector organisations about the benefits to

£81,090 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Islington International Festival

Purchase of computer equipment, signage and a Mongolian-style Yurt tent

£98,740 Arts Council England
1 Feb 1999 AFASIC

This Millennium project will address the needs of children and young adults with speech and language impairments in Northern Ireland. It will raise awareness of their needs and legal entitlements promote training opportunities for key professional group

£56,211 Community Fund
29 Jan 1999 Museum of London

Collecting 2000, Museum of London

£30,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 1999 Barbican Centre

Dreamspaces

£30,000 Arts Council England