Lottery grants awarded to Kensington and Chelsea, London in 2001

62 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Dec 2001 The Royal Society of British Sculptors

Ochreous Earth - studio visit, workshops and internet exchange for Monmouth Comprehensive School with Sculptor Harvey Hood.

£1,000 Arts Council of Wales
19 Dec 2001 St Clement & St James Community Development Project

The Development project offers two groups during the school year in after school hours and a summer school programme. The study support group is an extension to an existing service offered at the centre.

£11,847 New Opportunities Fund
17 Dec 2001 Flying Gorillas

Pishy (new work) in rep with The Unstoppable Clonkifant

£30,000 Arts Council England
5 Dec 2001 Fox Phillips

Grand Ambition

£40,000 UK Film Council
28 Nov 2001 The Sudanese Children's Centre

This group hold cultural dance, Arabic and history classes for Sudanese children. The award will pay for a computer, fax and telephone in order that the group can run more professionally, computer/printer/scanner (-1,200), telephone/fax (-200), volunteer

£5,000 Community Fund
26 Nov 2001 St Clement & St James Community Development Project

The Development project offers two groups during the school year in after school hours and a summer school programme. The study support group is an extension to an existing service offered at the centre.

£55,244 New Opportunities Fund
22 Nov 2001 West London Action For Children

The project is to provide advice and therapy to families through personal support in seeking solutions to emotional difficulties and life transitions.

£36,665 Community Fund
20 Nov 2001 Deep Recording Trust

Upgrade equipment for broadcast standard

£30,000 Arts Council England
20 Nov 2001 Notting Hill Carnival Trust

Notting Hill Carnival Grand Costume Gala

£50,000 Arts Council England
17 Oct 2001 Sonata Films Ltd

Smokescreen (working title)

£45,000 UK Film Council
17 Oct 2001 Commonwealth Institute

Celebration Commonwealth 2002

£150,000 Arts Council England
26 Sep 2001 State of the Art Productions

The Group Produces Films In Colaboration With Other Artists And Other Arts Organisations. The Project Is To Create A Multimedia Event On The African Musician Felakuti. This Will Involve Artists, Performers And The Wider Community. Publicity/Administration

£5,000 Arts Council England
26 Sep 2001 Trampoline - Training & Employment Project

This group offers a safe environment where African Francophone women can tackle linguistic and cultural barriers which can often be the causes of social exclusion. They will use an award to set up their office and hold a celebratory event in Black History

£4,840 Community Fund
26 Sep 2001 African Refugees Project

This group offer support and advice to refugees and asylum seekers. The award will pay for a cultural, music event. hall hire (-1,000), sound system (-1,000), publicity (-1,500), entertainment allowance (-800), security (-300), volunteer expenses (-400)

£5,000 Community Fund
26 Sep 2001 Organisation for the Advancement of African Women

This newly started group will use an award to set up their organisation so that they can support Afrcian women suffering from domestic violence.

£4,260 Community Fund
26 Sep 2001 Moroccan Community Welfare Group

The group organise educational activities for young people. The award will allow the group to fund sewing and language learning classes for girls and young women. professional fees (-3,696), sewing machines (-950), stationery (-193), insurance (-107)

£4,946 Community Fund
26 Sep 2001 Fox Phillips

Grand Ambition

£5,721 UK Film Council
26 Sep 2001 African Youth Connection

This new group provide information and advice to young people on health and welfare and provide recreational activities. The award will pay for computer equipment and a community event. computer/printer/scanner (-1,400), telephone/fax (-400), volunteer ex

£4,760 New Opportunities Fund
26 Sep 2001 Hurricanes Basketball Club

"This New Basketball Club Will Use The Award To Expand And Improve The Club. Publicity (+100), Volunteer Expenses (+400), Admin Support (+800), Travel (+100), Professional Fees (+3,200), Equipment (+400)"

£5,000 Sport England
5 Sep 2001 Somali Welfare Association

Somali Youth Music

£11,480 Arts Council England
30 Aug 2001 Graphite Films

Beyond Redemption (VIY)

£10,000 UK Film Council
23 Aug 2001 Ebony Steelband Trust

New Minibus for Ebony Steelband Trust

£25,342 Arts Council England
15 Aug 2001 Hallmark Entertainment

Mike Bassett: England Manager

£33,000 UK Film Council
25 Jul 2001 True Colours

True Colours is set up to help people who are HIV positive to undergo training and participate in arts and multi-media technologies. They will use the award to make a documentary about Simon Nkoli, a South African gay rights activist who died from AIDS in

£4,998 Community Fund
25 Jul 2001 Interact Reading Service

This group offers a reading service to stroke victims in hospitals. The award will pay for stories written by and for ethnic minorities.

£3,000 Community Fund
25 Jul 2001 The London Theatre Base

This group aim to use theatre as a tool to educate and inform people. The award will pay for a production of 'Odysseus' involving the local Greek Cypriot community.

£4,344 Community Fund
25 Jul 2001 Dale Youth Club

"This Group Is An Amateur Boxing Club Set Within A Youth Club. The Award Would Be Used To Purchase Sports Equipment , A Tv, Video And Cam Corder (To Be Used As Training Aids)."

£4,200 Sport England
20 Jul 2001 Kensington 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.

£70,700 New Opportunities Fund
17 Jul 2001 Viva Voce Llc

National tour of England by Ian Shaw Trio with special American guests

£12,000 Arts Council England
17 Jul 2001 Natural History Museum

Darwin Centre

£20,500,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2001 Gate Theatre

Sanity

£20,617 Arts Council England
2 Jul 2001 Science Museum

The Science Museum will create a website for the science and technology industry. It will provide wide access to collections from renowned national institutions and facilitate learning, communications, investigation and debate on themes ranging from fligh

£1,200,000 New Opportunities Fund
2 Jul 2001 The Natural History Museum

The National History Museum will create an information system relating common names to scientific names for biological organisms or groupings of organisms, which are -+ or were -+ indigenous to the UK. The system will be able to help non-specialists gain ac

£134,722 New Opportunities Fund
2 Jul 2001 The Royal Borough Of Kensington And Chelsea, Libraries And A

The website will provide access to a contemporary digital view of the borough and a visual/oral record of built heritage, internationally known landmarks, histories and people from the earliest times to the present.

£192,499 New Opportunities Fund
2 Jul 2001 Commonwealth Institute

This one year project, spanning 2001-2002 will provide an online facility, examining Britain's links with the Commonwealth and how these links have helped influence the UK's contemporary society. It's context will be based on the fact that over 60% of th

£16,100 New Opportunities Fund
25 Jun 2001 Pre-School Learning Alliance

The grant will be used to provide 10 before-school places, 34 after-school places and 42 holiday places by creating two new schemes. The places will cater for children aged 3 - 5 years old in North Kensington and Chelsea and will serve 2 local schools.

£4,661 New Opportunities Fund
25 Jun 2001 Five Holland Road Partnership

The grant will be used to create 40 before-school, 48 after-school and 56 holiday places for children aged 3-12 years old at 2 existing sites in Kensington & Chelsea. Twelve local schools will be served.

£60,775 New Opportunities Fund
25 Jun 2001 Lancaster West Childrens Community Network

The grant will be used to create 8 holiday places for children aged 3-7 years old in London.

£4,113 New Opportunities Fund
20 Jun 2001 Gate Theatre Ltd

This group produce plays, run workshops and give lectures that reflect the cultural diversity in London. The award will pay for a project opening the arts to senior citizens, which will culminate in their own production. There will also be a young writers

£4,976 Community Fund
20 Jun 2001 Baraka Youth Association

This group provides a meeting place for Somali youth people and other ethnic minorities and offers a range of advice & training activities. The award will be used to develop a youth project.

£4,740 Community Fund
20 Jun 2001 Arcadia Films

Godparents

£13,000 UK Film Council
20 Jun 2001 Chelsea Estates Youth Group

This group provides after school play provision & holiday schemes for children and young people aged 5-13years and 11-21years in central Chelsea. The award will be used to hold 4 residentials, extend their outreach programme and develop drop in sessions t

£4,997 Community Fund
12 Jun 2001 The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Seven learning centres in deprived areas of the borough will be part of the overall strategy to develop a broadband community network. Areas the ICT learning centres will be in include: the Employment Resources and Open Learning Centre in Colville Ward; i

£521,588 New Opportunities Fund
11 Jun 2001 Girls Friendly Society in England & Wales

Platform Penge is a branch of Girls Friendly Society which provides a crhche for children and support and mentoring service to women in Bromley. The grant will fully fund 5 existing posts and part fund 1 new post, general running costs and equipment.

£363,688 Community Fund
11 Jun 2001 Staying Put Services

The project is to fund the development of a previously funded NLCB project to provide two 'small repairs workers' who provide a service to owner occupiers and private tenants over the age of 60 to have repairs undertaken in their homes. The grant is for

£71,538 Community Fund
6 Jun 2001 Natural History Museum

Acquisition of Alfred Russel Wallace's Collection

£99,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2001 West London Sports Trust

This Organisation Provides Opportunities For Disadvantaged Young People To Develop Sporting Talent By Offering A Range Of Coaching Courses. The Award Will Be Used To Set Up A Mentor Scheme To Deliver Community Leadership Courses. June 2001.

£4,980 Sport England
1 Jun 2001 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

To start up a summer school for pupils in 11 primary schools, and 2 secondary schools. The wide range of activities will be provided with help from a range of partners including Youth Culture TV, The Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, the Duke of

£75,000 New Opportunities Fund
29 Mar 2001 St Clement and St James Community Development Project

This continuation E2L training project aimed at refugee and asylum seekers is conducted at three levels and will be accessed by young people to improve their grammar and writing skills enabling them to go onto further education or employment, as well as b

£22,500 Community Fund
28 Mar 2001 Caribbean Carnival Extravaganza

Caribbean Carnival Extravaganza

£18,000 Arts Council England
28 Mar 2001 Nubian Association

This group provides support, advice and information for the Nubian population in London. They are buying equipment and setting up an office to provide their services to the community.

£5,000 Community Fund
28 Mar 2001 Nevern SQ Conservation Area Residents Association

This group is set up to preserve, protect and conserve the amenities in the area of Nevern Square, Earls Court. The award will be used to put on a community arts event with the Hatstand Opera group and the Ebony Steelband, who will work with a group of ma

£4,940 Community Fund
28 Mar 2001 Notting Hill Carnival Trust

Notting Hill Carnival Roadshow, ATaste of Carnival

£69,125 Arts Council England
16 Mar 2001 Engage

Computer, office and training and presentation equipment

£28,590 Arts Council England
16 Mar 2001 Turtle Key Arts

See-saw

£10,000 Arts Council England
6 Mar 2001 Angika

Pulse of Tala

£27,000 Arts Council England
27 Feb 2001 New Studio Pre-School

The grant will be used to provide 20 after school, 20 before school and 20 holiday places for children aged 3-7 years old in Kensington, London.

£16,000 New Opportunities Fund
7 Feb 2001 Alan Lennox Boyd Ameniety Group

This group provides activities for older people and is part of Age Concern Kensington & Chelsea. The award will be used to expand the activities of the club so that the club can offer activities every morning and afternoon including sewing, card making an

£1,213 Community Fund
7 Feb 2001 Prospects Kensington Ltd

This group aim to advance the education of those in need, and who are unable to gain employment, by providing a counseling and assessment service. The award will be used for the groups I.T training scheme to deliver basic IT courses to those with no or

£4,408 Community Fund
13 Jan 2001 Kensington Library Service

The People-+s Network programme in all the 8 libraries in Kensington Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 48 computer terminals will be available to library users to access the

£130,600 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jan 2001 Earls Court Homeless Families Project

The project is to provide advice and information outreach and advocacy services for homeless families living in temporary accommodation in Kensington and Chelsea. It will provide a drop in family centre 3 times a week a playgroup twice a week weekly he

£140,942 Community Fund
4 Jan 2001 Educare for North Kensington

The project is to extend current services of day care provision in Llys Booker Nursery Centre and Grenfell Creche to children between the aged 1 to 3 year olds whose family reside in and around the Lancaster West Estate in Ladbroke Grove. The project wil

£211,943 Community Fund