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|26 Sep 2001||Fox Phillips
|£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 (-ú1,400), telephone/fax (-ú400), 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 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
|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.
|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.
|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)."
|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
|£20,500,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Jul 2001||Gate Theatre
|£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
|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.
|20 Jun 2001||Arcadia Films
|£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
|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.
|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
|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.
|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
|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.
|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
|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
|£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
|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
|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
|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
|12 Dec 2000||Arc Dance Company
Myth, Motion and Metaphor
|£90,000||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2000||Flying Gorillas
The Unstoppable Clonkifant
|£25,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 2000||Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Libraries and Arts
|£86,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Dec 2000||Chelsea Physic Garden
Cool Fernery at Chelsea Physic Garden
|£50,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Nov 2000||Hallmark Entertainment
Mike Bassett: England Manager
|£1,200,000||UK Film Council|
|24 Nov 2000||Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
To deliver a borough wide programme of out of school activities to improve educational standards, raise the levels of motivation and personal development of participants.
|£339,491||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Nov 2000||London Reggae Festival 2000
The Lions of British Reggae Tour
|£11,000||Arts Council England|
|21 Nov 2000||Joyful Company Of Singers
New Music for New Musicians
|£13,550||Arts Council England|
|2 Nov 2000||Confidential And Local Mediation
The project is a neighbour mediation service which helps to resolve disputes and support those being harassed. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and project running costs.
|2 Nov 2000||Longridge Road Under Eights Centre
The project will provide free childcare places for disadvantaged families. The grant, over two years, is for salaries.
|2 Nov 2000||Streetwise Youth
The project is to purchase the organisation's existing premises. The grant is for the purchase of a building.
|25 Oct 2000||Lutino Ki Lunyodo Welfare
This group provides various social services including advice on health issues. The award will be used to purchase office equipment and improve services through management committee training.
|25 Oct 2000||Davies, Laing & Dick T/A Dr Rolfe's Montessori School
The grant will be used to provide 35 before school and 35 after school places for children aged 3-4 years old in Holland Park, London. School served will be Dr Rolfe's Montessori School.
|£17,489||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Oct 2000||Acava
|£21,200||Arts Council England|
|10 Oct 2000||London Reggae Festival 2000
London Reggae Festival 2000
|£10,400||Arts Council England|
|5 Oct 2000||Webber Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art
New Assistance Fund
|£736||Arts Council England|
|5 Oct 2000||Lancaster West Childrens Community Network
This grant will be used to sustain existing places.
|£12,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Sep 2000||LAMDA
Interim Funding Scheme
|£12,000||Arts Council of Wales|
|22 Sep 2000||Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art Ltd
Interim Funding Scheme
|£10,000||Arts Council of Wales|
|19 Sep 2000||Black & Minority Ethnic Residents' Group (Bmer)
One Art - One People
|£8,950||Arts Council England|
|16 Sep 2000||Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea
The project is to provide a support, advice and information to people with disabilities wishing to live independently. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and project running costs.
|16 Sep 2000||Westway Housing Association Limited
The project provides bilingual resettlement and education support for 16 to 21 year olds whose first language is not English. The grant, over one year, is a contribution towards the salary costs.
|7 Sep 2000||African People's Link
This new group provides information and education to disadvantaged children, women, and families of African origin, particularly those affected by HIV or AIDS, war, and natural disasters. The award will be used to step up sexual health education and drug
|7 Sep 2000||Friday 'Z' Club
This group promotes the welfare of Zambians living in the UK by the provision of information and advice in an environment that the Zambians feel secure and are familiar with. The award will be used to pay for a development worker, volunteer expenses, and
|7 Sep 2000||Kensington & Chelsea People First
This group provides self advocacy training and support for people who have learning difficulties. The award will help to hire a vehicle for performances, evening events and community facilities.
|7 Sep 2000||Crisis Recovery UK
This group helps churches and other organisations to reach out to people in crisis by establishing recovery groups and recovery houses to help people overcome life controlling problems. The award will enable the group to set up an office and produce resou
|7 Sep 2000||Forum - Iran
This group provides public events and seminars on a range of cultural, arts and science related issues for Iranians and other Farsi speaking residents living in the UK. The award will be used to hold a series of events including a conference entitled 'Di
|£2,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 2000||Children and Parents Carnival Association
This group organises carnival events including mobile nursery events for under fives. This award will be used to organise a carnival celebration.
|7 Sep 2000||The Wandsworth Blades Fencing Club
This new group aims to encourage and enable all people in the London borough of Wandsworth and surrounding areas to participate in all forms and standards of fencing. This award will enable this group to cover start up costs and run courses at various lev
|7 Sep 2000||Golborne Youth Table Tennis Club
This group provides social recreational and educational activities for young people. They run a table tennis club with links with other youth groups in the area. The award will be used to purchase table tennis equipment to run structured coaching progra
|7 Aug 2000||Kensington and Chelsea Community History Group
North Kensington Community Archives Projects
|£65,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Aug 2000||Buildings Books Trust
Buildings of Birmingham
|£90,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Jul 2000||Webber Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art
New Assistance Fund
|£1,353||Arts Council England|
|25 Jul 2000||National Science Museum
Acquisition of Helen Sharman's Space Suit
|£35,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Jul 2000||Webber Douglas Academy Of Dramatic Art
3 Year Acting Course: 1998 - 2001
|£53,961||Arts Council England|
|18 Jul 2000||London Academy Of Music And Dramatic Art
3 Year Acting Course: 1998 - 2001
|£109,691||Arts Council England|
|13 Jul 2000||Meanwhile Gardens Community Association
The project provides open air, leisure, play, training and educational opportunities in a 4 acre community park. The grant, over three years, is for a salary and project running expenses.
|13 Jul 2000||Sixty Plus
The project will involve older people in Kensington & Chelsea in improving and maintaining their health and well-being. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries and project running expenses.
|11 Jul 2000||Ebony Steelband Trust
Virtuosity:Steelpan, Jazz, Latin and African Rhythms
|£8,500||Arts Council England|
|11 Jul 2000||London Reggae Festival 2000
The Lions of British Reggae Tour
|£10,000||Arts Council England|
|16 Jun 2000||Longridge Road Under 8's Centre
The grant will be used to create 26 after school places for children aged 3 - 7 years in the Earls Court area. 4 local schools will be served.
|£18,040||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Immanuel Church
The grant will be used to set up a 24 place after-school club and a 24 place holiday club for children aged 5-11 years old in North Kensington. Schools served will be Oxford Gardens, Thomas Jones and Barlby Road primary schools.
|£12,996||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Have A Go Holiday Project
The grant will be used to provide 8 holiday places for children aged 8-16 years old with physical and mental disabilities. The places will be in the Paddington area of London. School served will be Queen Elizabeth II Special Needs School.
|£6,506||New Opportunities Fund|
|13 Jun 2000||Notting Hill Carnival Trust
Notting Hill Carnival Roadshow - A Taste of Carnival
|£15,850||Arts Council England|
|9 Jun 2000||Kensington and Chelsea Congolese Refugee Association
This group provides support, advice and other services to asylum seekers and refugees. They will use the award to improve their administrative systems and the quality of their service provision by purchasing equipment and furniture, paying volunteers expe
|9 Jun 2000||The Sudanese Children's Centre
This new group plan to develop cultural identity, encourage children's creativity, develop social awareness, integrate Sudanese children into the wider community. The award will help the centre to develop artistic and educational programmes.
|9 Jun 2000||The Gheez Rite Chaplaincy And Community Association
This group provides a social club for parents and children and a supplementary school for children of school age. The award would be used to develop an Eritrean/Ethiopian youth project from June 2000.
|9 Jun 2000||West London Sports Trust
"This Organisation Provides Opportunities For Disadvantaged Young People To Develop Sporting Talent. The Group Plan To Run A Series Of Educational Coaching Courses. The Project Will Begin In June 2000. Tutor Fees (+¦2,500) And Facility Hire (+¦2,000)"
|9 Jun 2000||Wornington Green Detached Youth Work Project
"This Group Promotes Learning, Employment And Personal Development For Young People. The Award Will Be Used To Start Up A 5-A-Side And An 11-A-Side Football Team. The Project Aims To Run From June 2000 To Dec 2000. Hire Of Transport (+¦1,000), Weekend Foot
|9 Jun 2000||Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea
This group works to enhance opportunities for disabled people and to further their interests in order to enable them to participate fully in community life. The award will be used to develop the groups sports club and facilities.
|1 Jun 2000||Scoliosis Association (UK)
The main aim of the project is to raise awareness of people with Scoliosis and their families, and to encourage early diagnosis. The development of a website is also planned to ensure greater access to advice and information for sufferers as well as care
|31 May 2000||Gate Theatre
|£28,881||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||Hill/Chew/Constable/Glendinning
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Residency
|£9,000||Arts Council England|
|23 May 2000||North Kensington Amenity Trust
|£6,000||Arts Council England|