Lottery grants awarded to Kingston upon Thames, London in 1999

37 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.

£20,046 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames will provide a floodlit multi-use games area with floodlighting, fencing and a polymeric surface at Chessington Community College. The school is a specialist sports college adjacent to a sports centre. The new fa

£124,525 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council

£502,987 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council

£399,934 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Surrey County Council

Surrey County Council

£1,299,657 New Opportunities Fund
3 Dec 1999 Kingston Splash

This group provides the provision of activities and trips for young people aged 12- 16 in holiday periods with specific objective of reducing youth crime. The award will pay for transport, trips, staffing and publicity.

£4,500 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 Kingston Bereavement Service

Kingston Bereavement Service (KBS) was awarded a grant December 1996 to fund supervisory support groups for the volunteer counsellors. This project has progressed well. They are now applying for a three year continuation grant for the supervisory groups

£61,830 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Deacon Road Millennium Festival Group

This Group Plans To Provide A Variety Of Communal Activities Celebrating The Millennium For Residents Of The Street, Including Producing A History Of The Street And Its Residents. The Award Will Be Used To Provide A Celebration On New Years Day Culminatin

£1,979 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Nov 1999 Kingston Tour Guides

This Group Provides Guided Walks Around Kingston And Give Talks On The History Of The Borough. The Group Plan To Purchase Historical Costumes For Children And Adults To Be Used In Pageants And As Educational Aids, And To Organise A Writing Competition. P

£4,965 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Nov 1999 Reach Out Youth & Adult Disabilities

This group provides care and support to disabled people. The award will pay for sporting equipment which will enable members to participate in sports including table tennis that they have never had the opportunity to be involved in before.

£1,263 Sport England
5 Nov 1999 Bhavan Limited

This group provides safe temporary housing for Asian women survivors of domestic violence. They will use this award to run a group project in which residents of their two refuges, ex-residents, staff and volunteers will be involved in the designing and p

£2,159 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Scribbles After School Clubs Limited

The grant will be used to create 48 after school childcare places for children aged 3-11. Schools served will be Tolworth Infant and Junior Schools and Lovelace Primary School.

£33,516 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 1999 Neurofibromatosis Association (The)

To develop the management of Family Support Workers to ensure that they continue to work as a cohesive team and maintain the established high standards of care by organising on-going training and support. The grant over three years, will fund a salaries a

£130,431 Community Fund
17 Sep 1999 National Schizophrenia Fellowship

This project will enable 8 drop in centres for people with schizophrenia to open additional hours thus providing services at times when other support may not be available. The centres are located in Belfast, Lurgan, Newry, Portadown, Ballyclare, Banbridge

£139,697 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames Law Centre

This new group will provide legal services to residents in Kingston, particularly those on low incomes. The award will be used for start-up costs including office rent, publicity and office equipment.

£4,570 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Malden Arts Association

This group promotes the fine arts in New Malden and Kingston through illustrated talks, demonstrations of artistic techniques and by exhibiting members works. The group will hold an exhibition which will look back over the last Millennium of Western art a

£850 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Sep 1999 Friends of Kingston Museum and Heritage

This group promotes the education of the public through its support, assistance and improvement of Kingston's museum and heritage. The grant will fund the Kingston 2000 Photography Project which will provide a major photographic survey of the borough in t

£4,903 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Sep 1999 Kingston Upon Thames Archaeological Society

This group promotes the preservation of sites, objects or records of historic, archaeological interest relating to Kingston. The award will be used to print wall chart copies and pay for artwork and design preparation.

£4,978 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Sep 1999 Kingston Upon Thames

Kingston Upon Thames

£391,151 New Opportunities Fund
19 May 1999 National Schizophrenia Fellowship

A study with the Young Carers Research Group and Loughborough University to look at the experiences and needs of children and young people caring for a co-resident relative with mental health problems. The three year grant will fund the salaries of two re

£168,638 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Neurofibromatosis Association (The)

A research project into Neurofibromatosis which aim is to ascertain the nature and spectrum of somatic mutations and epimutations of the NF1 gene associated with both NF1-specific and non-specific tumourigenesis. The condition causes abnormalities of th

£106,882 Community Fund
26 Apr 1999 University of London Union

Artificial Pitch at Motspur Park

£177,525 Sport England
20 Apr 1999 1st Hook Scout Group

The building project is for repairs to the roof of the building which the scout group owns and occupies. The grant, over one year, will be used to pay for repairs to the property.

£3,114 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Magic Roundabout

The project is to provide an outreach service which will offer advice, information and counselling to young people aged 12 to 20 years. The grant, over two years, is for staff salaries and running costs.

£59,175 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Kingston upon Thames Centre for Independent Living

The project will develop a centre for independent living. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, refurbishment, office equipment and running costs.

£187,319 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 The Royal Borough of Kingston-Upon-Thames Citizens Advice Bu

The project will extend the lay advocacy scheme, offer representation at repossession hearings and provide other advice on court matters related to debt for people on low incomes, homeless people and people with mental health problems. The grant, over th

£52,359 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Kingston Borough Forum For Elderly People

This group promotes the welfare and interests of elderly people in Kingston and provides information for other organisations within the borough. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and pay for postage, advertising and printing leaflets a

£4,200 Community Fund
29 Mar 1999 Surbiton Croquet Club

Replacement of perimeter fencing and levelling of 5 croquet lawns

£24,223 Sport England
4 Mar 1999 Kingston Childminding Association

This group provides information, advice, support and guidance for registered childminders and parents. The money will buy a computer, software and computer training.

£2,295 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Learn English At Home

This group teaches English as a second language to individuals and families in their own homes. The money will pay for training fees, creche facilities, volunteers' expenses and administrative support.

£1,487 Community Fund
9 Feb 1999 Warren Park Amenities Fund

To build a 'Millennium' sensory garden, including a gazebo and cycle path, for children and young people with a range of physical and sensory disabilities, and learning difficulties. The grant, over one year, is for the construction of a sensory garden an

£45,000 Community Fund
26 Jan 1999 Kingston Theatre Trust

Claiming The Space Festival

£25,000 Arts Council England
13 Jan 1999 Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames

Community activities culminating in a festive pageant highlighting key features in borough's history from 25th April until 1st May. Will focus on activities involving schools/community groups. Activities: music dance and painting.

£40,000 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 Panathlon Foundation Ltd

The four Royal Boroughs will compete in a unique sports Festival hosted by the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames to include archery bowls cricket croquet cycling golf netball rubgy tennis and yachting and teams playing according to rules and in costum

£30,000 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 Surrey County Council

A celebration of Surrey's distinctiveness will include three key projects: a cycle ride taking in local heritage sites a youth arts Festival and a Festival of local music and dance.

£62,072 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 Reach Out Youth & Adult Disabilities

500 people will participate in the Kingston Millennium Games for Sports People with Disabilities. The event will be in June and July at different venues around Kingston and will include matches and tournaments in swimming sailing table tennis darts slalom

£18,746 Millennium Commission
7 Jan 1999 The Barnfield Trust Limited

This group provides low-cost music rehearsal facilities and musical instruments for disadvantaged young people in the Kingston area. The grant will be used to buy recording equipment.

£5,000 Community Fund