Lottery grants awarded to Kensington and Chelsea, London

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
26 Mar 1996 Science Museum

Science Museum, Wellcome Wing, South Kensington, London

£23,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Sep 1995 English Stage Company

Completion of plan to restore & enhance fabric and facilities at the Royal Court Theatre

£21,159,031 Arts Council England
17 Jul 2001 Natural History Museum

Darwin Centre

£20,500,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Jun 1998 Victoria & Albert Museum

Victoria & Albert Museum British Galleries

£15,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2012 National Army Museum

Building for the Future

£11,850,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2005 Victoria and Albert Museum

V&A Medieval and Renaissance Galleries

£9,750,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Nov 1999 North Kensington Amenity Trust

Extension of facilities at Westway Sports Centre

£8,778,720 Sport England
28 Apr 2015 Science Museum

Medicine Galleries Project

£8,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2010 National Museum of Science and Industry

Making Modern Communications

£6,346,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Nov 1995 Natural History Museum

Natural History Museum, Kensington, London - Earth Galleries redevelopment

£6,058,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Jun 2012 Victoria & Albert Museum

Catalyst: Endowment - Victoria and Albert Museum

£5,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2013 Victoria & Albert Museum

V&A Exhibition Road Building

£4,999,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2010 Design Museum

The New Design Museum: Rescuing a modern landmark, widening access to Britain?s primary collection of modern design

£4,950,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2011 Victoria & Albert Museum

Europe 1600-1800

£4,757,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2016 National Gallery

Pontormo‘«÷s ‘«ˇPortrait of a Young Man in a Red Cap‘«÷: Acquisition and Public Engagement Programme

£4,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Oct 1996 Millennium Centres Charitable Development Company Limited

A project for nine Millennium Centres which provides a spread of facilities in different disadvantaged urban areas across Great Britain. These multi-use developments will encourage community development through sport leisure training and employment.

£3,824,464 Millennium Commission
17 Dec 2013 The Royal Parks

Brompton Cemetery conservation project

£3,777,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Oct 1996 Tabernacle Trust

Redevelopment of Grade 2 listed building in Kensington as an arts centre

£3,540,181 Arts Council England
30 Jul 2002 The Royal Institute of British Architects

Architecture for All

£3,350,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2016 Leighton House Museum

Leighton House Museum Development Phase 3

£1,966,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Nov 1997 Marmot Tandy

Still Crazy

£1,890,000 Arts Council England
22 May 2000 Royal Borough Of Kensington/Chelsea

New Sports Hall and Upgrading of Changing and Ancillary Facilities

£1,536,069 Sport England
29 Nov 2000 Hallmark Entertainment

Mike Bassett: England Manager

£1,200,000 UK Film Council
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
20 May 1997 Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum - British Galleries Development Project

£1,083,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Mar 1997 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

London, Kensington, Emslie Pleasance

£1,002,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Nov 1995 Film And General Productions

True Blue

£1,000,000 Arts Council England
27 Jun 1996 Rafford Films Limited

Towards the production costs of film "Regeneration"

£1,000,000 Scottish Arts Council
5 Mar 2009 Historic Royal Palaces

"Welcome to Kensington - a palace for everyone"

£999,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Royal Marsden 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.

£985,713 New Opportunities Fund
3 Mar 2005 Victoria & Albert Museum

Capacity Building and Cultural Ownership - the V&A in partnership with culturally diverse communities

£984,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jul 1997 Victoria and Albert Museum

Victoria & Albert Museum: National Art Library Heritage Project

£958,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Oct 1998 Harrow Club W10

Refurbishment and development of sports hall and community centre

£958,207 Sport England
2 Jun 2014 English Stage Company Ltd

Royal Court Theatre Capital Project

£957,692 Arts Council England
30 Dec 1999 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Funding for this project will be used to build a new dance studio and fitness suite with changing rooms at the secondary school. The project aims to provide quality facilities at affordable prices to local people unable to participate currently because o

£924,686 New Opportunities Fund
24 Nov 2016 West London Zone

West London Zone

£900,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2006 Heritage Lottery Fund

Heritage Lottery Fund

£852,694 Big Lottery Fund
12 Feb 1997 Graphite Film And Television

Get Real

£800,000 Arts Council England
20 Dec 1999 The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

New MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.

£797,911 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Royal Marsden 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.

£769,820 New Opportunities Fund
23 Jul 1996 Zephyr Films

My Son the Fanatic

£750,000 Arts Council England
20 Feb 2017 Cultural Co-operation

The New Museum School

£727,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Royal Marsden NHS Trust

Replacement MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.

£718,360 New Opportunities Fund
8 May 2003 Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust

A replacement cardiac angiography unit at Royal Brompton Hospital will diagnose approximately 2250 patients per annum and will introduce the latest technology into the Catheter Laboratory suite in place of out-dated equipment, .

£707,600 New Opportunities Fund
1 Oct 2003 Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust

A replacement cardiac angiography unit at Royal Brompton Hospital will introduce the latest technology into the Catheter Laboratory suite in place of out-dated equipment, and will diagnose over 2000 patients per annum.

£707,111 New Opportunities Fund
24 Nov 1998 Zephyr Films

Esther Kahn

£700,000 Arts Council England
17 May 2006 Assassin Films Ltd.

Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution

£700,000 UK Film Council
22 Feb 1999 St Cuthbert with St Matthias PCC

St Cuthbert with St Matthias, Earls Court, LB Kensington & Chelsea

£697,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jun 2014 Victoria & Albert Museum

Britain‘«÷s Greatest Theatre Director: Peter Brook from archive to action

£690,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Apr 2002 Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust

The replacement cardiac angiography equipment will be used to diagnose and treat heart disease and will allow more local patients to be diagnosed and treated nearer to their homes.

£669,494 New Opportunities Fund
14 Apr 2016 Rahab Adoratrices

This project aims to enable them to proactively engage with more women involved in sex work in a range of new settings, particularly those who have been trafficked for the purposes of indoor sex work. The project also aims to build Rahab?s capacity and operational infrastructure. Rahabs operations are focussed in Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster - the two London boroughs with the highest number of women working ?off street?.

£664,220 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2016 Rahab Adoratrices

This project aims to enable them to proactively engage with more women involved in sex work in a range of new settings, particularly those who have been trafficked for the purposes of indoor sex work. The project also aims to build Rahab?s capacity and operational infrastructure. Rahabs operations are focussed in Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster - the two London boroughs with the highest number of women working ?off street?.

£660,720 Big Lottery Fund
1 Oct 2003 Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust

A replacement cardiac angiography unit at Harefield Hospital will introduce the latest technology into the Catheter Laboratory suite in place of out-dated equipment. It will diagnose around 2000 patients per annum.

£646,468 New Opportunities Fund
18 Dec 2003 Victoria and Albert Museum

7th Century Indian Bronze Buddha Project

£621,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Nov 2007 Kensington & Chelsea Social Council

This new project will improve knowledge and skills in frontline voluntary and community organisations in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The project aims to improve the capacity of voluntary and community organisations, and the organisation's

£611,853 Big Lottery Fund
15 May 1996 Bent Productions

Bent

£561,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 1995 Pepper Pot Day Centre

To Enable More Poor Afro-Caribbean Elderly To Enjoy Independence Longer

£525,000 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
17 Dec 1998 Talisman Films Ltd

Towards the production costs of film "Complicity"

£500,000 Scottish Arts Council
26 Jan 1999 West Eleven Films

Whatever Happened To Harold Smith

£500,000 Arts Council England
25 Aug 2006 The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

NMSI Collections Centre (NCC)Located in Wroughton, Swindon.The NCC is a 10 acre building, costing -ķ64m, a residential educational centre, a working warehouse, conservation area, popular events arena situated just outside.It is a showcase of emerging techn

£500,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Ashford Place

Support for people in crisis to meet their immediate needs, resolve problems and provide a platform of stability and support enabling people to take control. They will provide all year round crisis support to homeless people, at risk of losing their home, or with mental health or substance issues. People with lived experience of crisis will be trained as volunteer peer supporters for outreach support with hard to reach communities to engage the most vulnerable people.

£499,035 Big Lottery Fund
3 Mar 2009 Community Accountancy Self Help

This project will help to establish and test the feasibility of a social enterprise that will provide accountancy services for VCOs in the region. A supervisory service will be set up to assist the VCO's own finance workers helping them with issues of tec

£498,684 Big Lottery Fund
30 Sep 2008 Nucleus Earls Court Community Action Ltd

This new three-year project led by North Kensington Law Centre (NKLC) aims to integrate and join up advice services, to provide improved access throughout the whole Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The project will provide advice on debt, employment, h

£493,196 Big Lottery Fund
21 May 2013 Natural History Museum

Identification Trainers for the Future

£480,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2010 Woman's Trust

This continuation of an existing project will provide free counselling and support to women affected by domestic violence in Barking and Dagenham, Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Hackney, Havering, Tower Hamlets and Newham. The project will specifically target

£479,345 Big Lottery Fund
22 Dec 2009 English Stage Company Ltd

Sustain - Royal Court Theatre

£454,000 Arts Council England
11 Jun 2003 Shine Entertainment

Bullet Boy (aka The Boys)

£450,000 UK Film Council
14 Jun 2011 St John's Church Notting Hill

Restoring the Future

£394,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Dec 1995 North Kensington Amenity Trust

Extension and refurbishment of Portobello Green Fitness Centre

£388,602 Sport England
11 Feb 2003 Victoria and Albert Museum

Aquisition of a Life-size Meissen Porcelain Sculpture of a Condor

£383,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jan 2017 The Rain Trust

This group will continue to develop their project supporting HIV-positive African men and women by providing access to peer support, training and employment opportunities. The project will support more than 450 people over a three-year period and provide a training and employment service alongside a men-only peer support scheme. This will support HIV-positive African men?s inability to overcome social isolation and help them deal with their immediate social, personal and welfare needs.

£369,827 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2002 Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

School Sport Coordinator Partnership

£367,735 Sport England
3 Jan 2002 The Heritage Information Trust

Heritage Information Exchange

£365,000 Heritage Lottery 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
2 Nov 2000 Streetwise Youth

The project is to purchase the organisation's existing premises. The grant is for the purchase of a building.

£362,255 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Westway Development Trust

The project will support supplementary schools in the North Kensington area which will primarily benefit children of refugees. The grant, over three years, is for part of the salary of a worker, fees for tutors, event costs and running costs.

£359,500 Community Fund
28 Apr 2003 National Army Museum

Acquisition of Benjamin West's Portrait of Robert Monckton

£350,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Dec 1999 The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

This project involves a new covered teaching area, changing facilities, improved storage and an office integrated with the existing boating club. The aim is to maximise the use of the existing jetty and waterside facilities on the River Thames by school

£343,121 New Opportunities Fund
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
4 Jun 2008 Leighton House Museum

Returning Leighton's 'Clytie' to Leighton House Museum

£337,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Feb 2016 The Rain Trust

This is a new project that is based on knowledge gained in previous work which aims to improve the quality of life of HIV positive Africans aged 50 and over. The project will provide information, advice and advocacy service delivered through one to one walk in, telephone and/or appointment sessions.

£335,456 Big Lottery Fund
20 Mar 2012 Cape Farewell

The Cape Farewell Project ? Two Year Programme

£328,074 Arts Council England
19 Dec 1995 Coventry 2000

Raise Educational Achievement & Employment Ability Amongst Distressed & Disadvan

£313,500 Community Fund
18 Dec 2007 The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea's play portfolio will address the probelms of children and young people feeling unsafe in parks and open spaces and not having access to good, free play opportunities. The portfolio will also ensure that hard-to-rea

£307,451 Big Lottery Fund
26 Mar 1998 Meanwhile Gardens Community Association

The project will upgrade various aspects of this community park, in order to make it a safe, accessible space for local people to enjoy. This one year grant will pay for a wet weather area in the playhut, a skatebowl, paths and disability access, security

£302,290 Community Fund
10 Apr 2017 The Flying Gorillas

This project will expand on its work to deliver a range of intervention activities to communities which are typically isolated from the community. The project will support travellers, immigrants, six surrounding housing estates, feeder primary schools, day centres and youth centres in order to improve confidence and self-esteem. Out of school activities will see children engaging in a programme of dance, drumming and design, led by young people and supported by professional dancers and musicians.

£292,232 Big Lottery Fund
27 Oct 2016 Catholic Children's Society (Westminster)

This project will provide pre-school education for disadvantaged two year olds in Tower Hamlets. The project will work closely with parents and involve them in the planning and delivery of nursery activities. Another aspect will be working with parents to improve their confidence and self-esteem and enhance their parenting skills. The project will work with other organisations, ensuring they reach out to the most vulnerable families.

£284,892 Big Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2013 Woman's Trust

This is a new project based in East and West London which aims to help women affected by domestic violence (DV) by reducing social isolation and improving mental health.The group will establish 10 support groups each in various locations in East and West

£277,896 Big Lottery Fund
3 Dec 2015 St John the Baptist Holland Road

Renewal of west end of Saint John the Baptist Holland Road

£271,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Jan 2011 Age Concern Kensington and Chelsea

This project builds on an existing befriending service, which aims to reduce isolation amongst older people and create sustainable networks, making connections through shared interests and experiences.The project is aimed primarily at older people who hav

£251,653 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 1999 Kensington & Chelsea

Kensington & Chelsea

£250,788 New Opportunities Fund
15 May 2002 Women's Education In Building

This one year grant will contribute to the costs of the second stage of a major refurbishment of a Grade II Listed Building in Stratford, E London. It will provide a set of linked project activities designed to promote, enable, support and develop enterp

£250,000 Community Fund
27 Jul 2005 Open Age Project

This Refurbishment Project Will Establish The New Horizon Centre, A Multi-Purpose, User-Led Activity Centre. It Will Offer A Range Of Day Time Activities For Older People Including A Lunch Club, Exercise Classes And Creative Arts Classes. Complementary Tr

£250,000 Community Fund
16 Apr 2002 Response Community Projects (Earls Court) Ltd

The grant, over three years,will fund the salaries of 2 new full-time Development Officers, refurbishment works and general running costs.

£249,547 Community Fund
19 Dec 2005 Woman's Trust

The project aims to fill a gap in domestic violence services through the provision of a new centre in the East End of London. The services, such as weekly support groups, counselling, self development workshops etc. will be targeted specifically at women

£249,060 Community Fund
26 Jun 2006 Open Age

The project will continue and develop the organisation's provision of health-related activities for older people in various London boroughs. Activities are hosted in a range of venues such as community centres, sheltered housing schemes and libraries. N

£248,191 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jun 2006 The Migrant and Refugee Communities' Forum

Capturing the living memory of the Moroccan community in Britain

£241,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Mar 2015 St Clement Notting Dale

Roof Repairs Phase 2

£234,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Mar 2015 St Clement Notting Dale

Roof Repairs Phase 2

£229,000 Heritage Lottery Fund