Lottery grants awarded to London in 1999

119 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

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

£220,055 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

London Borough of Southwark

£931,199 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

This is a project to build a 36x18m MUGA with fencing and floodlighting at Lyndhurst primary School which is situated in the Brunswick Park ward in the London Borough of Southwark. The MUGA will benefit 365 pupils from the school itself, will have 300 ben

£98,813 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

This project will add fixed equipment and line markings to the existing tarmac surface at Crampton Primary School in the London borough of Southwark, to benefit 235 pupils from the school and 100 pupils from other schools by providing a wider range (and i

£11,552 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

This project will add fixed equipment, line markings and contribute to resurfacing costs of the existing MUGA at Rotherhithe Primary School in the London borough of Southwark. This will benefit 400 pupils from the school and 100 pupils from other schools

£19,250 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

London Borough of Southwark

£219,178 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

The project is for a new multi-use games area (36m x 18m), fencing and floodlights at Redriff Primary School in Southwark in south London. The facility will provide for hockey, cricket, tennis, football and basketball. Beneficiaries will include 400 Redri

£106,741 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Southwark

The project is for upgrading an existing multi-use games area (30m x 16m) at Beormund special school in Southwark, south London. The facility will provide for football, tennis and athletics. Beneficiaries include 35 Beormund pupils, 100 from local schools

£51,743 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Trust

New 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.

£793,049 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital 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.

£793,150 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital 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.

£815,448 New Opportunities Fund
16 Dec 1999 Carl Campbell Dance Company 7

Recycled Teenagers

£28,935 Arts Council England
10 Dec 1999 Camberwell After School Project

The grant will be used to create 30 after school places for children aged 3-11. The project will be situated in Camberwell, London. School served will be St Joseph's Roman Catholic School.

£20,300 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 1999 Skill: National Bureau for Students with Disabilities

This project will develop a previous NLCB funded project, continuing to provide a service and ensure the further development of relationships with agencies in Scotland and appropriate funders. The two year grant will fund the purchase of office equipment,

£28,356 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 DrugScope

The Drugscope Millennium Awards Scheme aims to enable 500 people in England to acquire drug awareness and prevention skills by means of both local training and of exposure to best practice through visiting existing models of related work both in the UK an

£1,223,104 Millennium Commission
7 Dec 1999 St Michael Associates

The project will target pupils who are at risk of educational failure. The will help raise achievement in to the core areas of numeracy and literacy through structured homework activities.

£5,655 New Opportunities Fund
3 Dec 1999 Anando Pat Community School

This Bengali Community school will receive funds for equipment to improve administration and produce educational materials to improve the formal Bengali language skills of children, and money for outings and cultural celebrations. The award will pay for c

£4,634 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Kosovan Refugee Support Group

This refugee group will provide support and advice to newly arrived Kosovan refugees. The grant will pay for a computer and printer, telephone/fax machine, stationery and volunteer expenses.

£2,001 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 St Peter's, Walworth: Parochial Church Council

This Church of England church serves Wandsworth residents. The award would be used in the year 2000 to help with feasibility and planning stages of a much larger capital project. The money will contribution to costs of feasibility plans for community & ar

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Latin American Co-operative Development Project Ltd

This group provides business advice and training to Latin Americans. The group plan to publish a guide in Spanish. The money will pay for printing costs and design costs.

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Africa Research and Information Bureau

This group provides advice and information for African refugees and migrants in the UK. The grant will pay for volunteers expenses, DTP and proof reading courses and printing costs for 2 magazine issues.

£4,900 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Practical Training Association

This organisation provides practical training, advice and information for African professionals. The award would be used to employ a project administrator to administer and develop the work of this group. The money will pay for a part time project admini

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Dec 1999 Tesontaba Association

This group provides welfare advice to black and minority communities, especially those from the northern regions of Ghana. They are seeking funding to set up an African story-telling group. The money will be usef for travel and refreshments, story telling

£4,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Dec 1999 Plough Redemption Foundation Trust

This youth club provides social, educational and recreational activities and a drugs prevention scheme for young people. They aim to organise rehearsals, presentations and performances for a Millennium celebration. Event due to take place from Jan 2000 to

£5,000 Millennium Commission
2 Dec 1999 Bede House Association

The project will support people with learning difficulties so they can become volunteers for a range of local organisations. The grant, over three years, is for equipment, salaries and running costs.

£144,195 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 Phoenix House

The project will develop a housing support service for people with multiple needs (drugs, alcohol, mental health problems or homelessness) by taking on a new housing support worker to work in partnership with accommodation agencies, housing providers and

£51,094 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 31st Battersea Cub & Scout Group

This scout group has received funding to buy new camping equipment which will help them to re-launch the group.

£1,200 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Detainee Support and Help Unit

This group provides support to asylum seekers detained by immigration authorities, by visiting, arranging legal representation, supporting family members and children. This award will pay for the costs of a conference in December to raise awareness of the

£4,983 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Vietnamese Womens Group (Southwark)

This group provides drop in advice sessions, practical skills training, and recreational and social activities for Vietnamese Women in the Peckham area. This award will pay for two one-day seminars in the Spring of 2000, focussing on emergency first aid

£873 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Southwark Women's Aid

With this award Southwark Women's Aid will provide training sessions for 40 women in order to increase their participation in the community and encourage the development of their skills and creativity. Two eleven week courses entitled 'Moving on' will ta

£2,750 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Bricklayers Estate Tenants Association

The Tenants' Association represents 350 households on a large Peabody Estate in South London. The estate is congested and lacks amenity facilities. The award would be used to create a ' Millennium Mural ' . Project is due to start in March 2000. childre

£5,000 Millennium Commission
20 Oct 1999 Boveney District Woodcraft Folk

The grant will provide 300 additional after school and holiday places in five locations for 5-11 year olds. The project aims to provide a model for childcare based on the philosophy of co-operation, promoting a child's self-confidence and activity in soc

£161,471 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Peabody Trust

The project is part of a wider plan to create a national model of good practice in regeneration and childcare, providing 2 new centres in the Lambeth and Tower Hamlets areas for 64 children aged 3-11 in before, after and holiday places, 192 in total.

£44,412 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Bosco Centre

The grant will be used to create 30 after school and 30 holiday places for children aged 5-11, 40 of which are integrated. The facility will be situated in a urban area with high levels of lone parents and refugees. Schools served will be St Joseph's RC P

£17,042 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 The Supplementary School

The grant will be used to create 46 after school places, based at two different sites and 36 before school places, all for children aged 3-7. Schools served will be Rockingham Play Group, St Judes C.E Primary, Charlotte Sharman Primary and others.

£38,238 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Plough Redemption Foundation Trust

The grant will be used to set up 60 before, 60 after and 60 holiday club places for children aged 5 - 11. The project will be situated in an urban area and schools served will be St John's and St Clements Primary, Depford Park Primary and Sir Francis Drak

£32,700 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 London Borough of Southwark

The project will create 232 after school places providing integrated learning activities, of which 32 will also provide extended daycare for 3-4 year olds; 266 holiday places, 18 of which will cater specifically for children with special needs. The plac

£127,808 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 1999 Southwark Homeless Information Project

The project will provide a drop-in advice service for homeless people or those at risk of becoming homeless and will increase the work done with people aged over 26. The grant, over three years, is for running costs.

£30,872 Community Fund
5 Oct 1999 North Southwark Education Action Zone

To improve achievement and raise levels of motivation & self-esteem. Activities include drama, music, sport, arts & crafts, IT skills, gardening, languages and study support.

£352,147 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 1999 National Association for Gambling Care

The project is an extension of the NLCB's previous contribution to the organisational development. The Breakeven project will expand its existing local drugs/alcohol counselling services across the UK through the Education service for problem gamblers. Th

£428,523 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Energy Conservation And Solar Centre

The project will raise awareness of energy issues amongst community organisations and will highlight the potential self help solutions available through community activity. The project will deliver these aims by the production of information materials th

£168,299 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Confederation of Indian Organisations (UK)

This project will support the South Asian community through the provision of information and by feeding their views into policy development. The project will include the establishment of a web-site and a consultancy wing which will extend their policy wor

£196,663 Community Fund
27 Sep 1999 Youth And Music

Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)

£71,000 Arts Council England
21 Sep 1999 Film And Video Umbrella

Peeping Tom by Mark Lewis

£7,400 Arts Council England
3 Sep 1999 The Real Fiction Company

This Group Promotes Independent Film, Video And Live Art In South London. The Project Is To Produce A Video Featuring Arts Activity In South London At The Turn Of The Millennium. The Documentary Will Be Showcased At An Event That Will Include Live Perform

£4,884 Arts Council England
3 Sep 1999 Quiet

This Group Supports The Production Of New And Experimental Mixed Media Art Work. This Group Plans To Work With Local Agencies Including A Childcare Centre, A Youth Group For People With Learning Disabilities, An Older Peoples Group And A Refugee Group To

£4,900 Arts Council England
3 Sep 1999 Dance Company 7

This Group Will Run A Contemporary Caribbean Dance Project For Elderly And Disabled People Called 'Time Of Our Life'. The Workshops Will Be Held Once A Week For 15 Weeks In The Millennium Day Centre In Brent And Will Culminate In A Performance To Which C

£4,900 Arts Council England
3 Sep 1999 Inner City Link

This new group aims to preserve a unique and established farm by giving people on low incomes a chance to learn about farming and the country environment. This award will pay for a feasibility study, start up costs, travel costs and group trips to the cou

£4,998 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Salisbury Tenants Residents Association

This tenants and residents association will use the award to purchase a computer and software to be used for the group's administration and computer skills training.

£1,200 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Elibariki Centre

Elibariki provides a summer holidays play scheme and an after school service for children aged 5 to 16 years. The award will provide play and sports equipment to enhance the group's activities.

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 The Bengali Women's Group

This group provides support and assistance to Bangladeshi women living in Southwark. It's activities include ESOL classes, sewing classes, maths tuition, counselling and health advice. The award is for drama artists, vocal artists, publicity and equipmen

£2,450 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Southwark Turkish Elderly Project

This group is a self help and social club providing opportunities for Turkish people to meet and socialise. The project will increase social activities through running outings and providing some sporting and excercise facilities. The award will pay for fo

£3,500 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Never Too Late Group

This group provides activities for older people, including those who are isolated, physically disabled and war disabled veterans. The activities provided include crafts, bridge, keep-fit and dance. The award will pay half the fees for a craft tutor coveri

£576 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Westminster House Youth Club

This youth club will provide young people between the ages of 7 and 20 years with access to a range of learning opportunities and challenging experiences. The award will pay for camping equipment.

£4,873 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Brandon 3 Retired Citizens Club

This group provides social activities for retired people on the Brandon Estate in Southwark. The project is to provide improved facilities for the on-going activities of the group. The award will pay for 10 fold down tables, 30 padded chairs, a large gas

£2,945 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Southwark Heritage Association

This group promotes the cultural heritage, history and architecture of Southwark. The project will establish a Heritage Centre and Living Work Experience Centre for the borough of Southwark. It will be staffed by volunteers and students on placements and

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Sep 1999 Pyramid Sports Club

This group provides multi-sport sessions for adults and children with disabilities. The project will provide additional access to sports provision for disabled adults and children by providing transport to Peckham Pulse on the 1st Sunday of each month for

£1,828 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Southwark

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£483,078 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 1999 Bacon's College

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£28,858 New Opportunities Fund
2 Aug 1999 Method & Madness

Recovery Programme

£200,000 Arts Council England
30 Jul 1999 Soldiers', Saliors' And Airmens Families Assoc.

The organisation works to relieve the need, suffering and distress of service and ex service men, women and their families. The project will improve facilities for mothers and children who are in need of short stay accommodation by providing a playroom ex

£38,900 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 SCODA Ltd

The Organisation Promotes Good Practice In The Provision Of Drug Services. The Project Will Provide Training In How To Develop Partnerships And Will Encourage The Establishment Of Networks Between Voluntary Sector Drug Services And Health/Social Support P

£5,000 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 Saint Philip with St Marks Church Camberwell

A church hall providing a meeting space and facilities to local community groups and people from the local community. The grant, over one year, is for refurbishment works.

£153,649 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 Southwark Community Education Council

A Saturday supplementary school offering courses in science, maths, English and drama to up to 90 children. The grant, over three years, will pay for tutors and project running costs.

£22,407 Community Fund
20 Jul 1999 Film And Video Umbrella

Peeping Tom by Mark Lewis

£28,000 Arts Council England
14 Jul 1999 Skreba Slab Boys Limited

Towards the cost of Film Exploitation funding for film "Station"

£9,400 Scottish Arts Council
12 Jul 1999 Blackfriars Settlement

This grant will be used to create 84 after school and holiday childcare places. The project will serve the following schools Johanna Primary, St George's Primary, and Friary Primary.

£26,251 New Opportunities Fund
22 Jun 1999 Bard Entertainments

Kin

£33,108 Arts Council England
17 Jun 1999 Alleyn Community Playgroup

This group provides play and learning activities for children aged between two and a half and five years. The grant will be used to purchase a climbing frame, 4 safety mats and 4 play cars.

£780 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Parents Support Initiative

This group works mainly with Afro-Caribbean children providing homework support and supplemental tuition to those who are underachieving in school. The grant will be used to purchase books and stationery and pay for teachers' fees, rent for additional spa

£4,920 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 33rd Camberwell Air Scout Group

This group teaches new skills to children and provides games and sporting activities. The grant will be used to purchase camping equipment.

£2,242 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Sexual Abuse Support Association

This group provides information, counselling and support to survivors of sexual abuse, develops self help groups for women and girls and works to prevent sexual abuse. The grant will be used to pay for publicity and events, training for facilitators and a

£4,100 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 The Somali Community Association in Southwark

This group provides information, counselling, support and advice on health and social issues for elderly and disabled Somalis living in Southwark and neighbouring boroughs. The grant will be used to pay for volunteers expenses, social events, telephone ex

£3,575 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 The Retirement Trust

This group provide seminars, lectures and conferences to assist people in preparing and planning positively for their retirement. The grant will be used to purchase a computer equipment and office furniture and pay for computer training courses.

£2,486 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Practical Training Association

This group provides practical training, advice and information for African professionals. This is a newly formed group, the first pilot of the project will work with qualified and semi-qualified accountants who will be supervised by qualified accountants

£5,000 Community Fund
7 Jun 1999 Soldiers', Saliors' And Airmens Families Assoc.

The project will enable the organisation to increase public awareness of their work and the number of volunteer caseworkers involved with service and ex-service people and their families across the UK. The grant, over two years, will pay for training exp

£165,000 Community Fund
7 Jun 1999 MDF The Bipolar Organisation

The project aims to provide a confidential 24 hour telephone advisory service to members of the Manic Depression Fellowship, giving them access to advocacy, mediation and case management services. The grant, over three years, will pay for professional fee

£167,880 Community Fund
3 Jun 1999 Carr-Gomm Society

Carr-Gomm Provides Supported Housing Schemes And Self-Contained Flats For People With Special Needs. This Project Will Bring Tenants To The Core Of The Society'S Activities And Enable Them To Have Greater Control Through Influencing And Shaping Service De

£406,745 Community Fund
3 Jun 1999 W I S H (Women In Secure Hospitals)

The organisation work with women from all over England, detained in Broadmoor, Holloway Psychiatric Unit and other south England medium secure units. The project would develop work from a previous NLCB grant and forge new patient relationships, establish

£119,900 Community Fund
27 May 1999 Carr-Gomm

Carr-Gomm provides small, supported housing schemes where single people with special needs can live together in a shared environment, and self-contained flats backed by appropriate support services. The project will fully furnish six separate developments

£72,000 Community Fund
26 May 1999 The Blackfriars Settlement

The project is to provide IT skills training courses targeting the local Nigerian and Latin American communities white unemployed males aged 40+ and teenage lone parents. The courses will combine computer drop in sessions workshops and classes which w

£168,252 Community Fund
26 May 1999 British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering (B A A F)

The organisation works to promote high standards of practice in adoption fostering and social work with children and families. This project will expand and develop a project previously funded by the Board for a family finding service. The service helps c

£164,917 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Skill: National Bureau for Students with Disabilities

This project with the Department of Education at the University of Cambridge aims to develop transitional programmes from adolescence to adult life, to enhance the quality of life for people with profound and complex learning difficulties. This three year

£222,593 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Sphinx Theatre Company

Equipment: purchase of new vehicle, stage/sound/lighting and computer

£60,673 Arts Council England
20 Apr 1999 Southwark and Camberwell WelCare

The project provides basic skills training to parents and after school care to children and encourages parents and children to form better relationships, preventing family breakdown. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of five staff, training

£224,696 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Southwark Muslim Women's Association

The project will provide classes in English and office skills for women and older people developing their opportunities for finding employment and boosting self esteem. The grant, over three years, is for repair and refurbishment of the building, salarie

£184,784 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Willowbrook Centre

The project will establish an independent organisation to provide support such as advice and information for local community and voluntary organisations. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of two staff, training and running costs.

£179,506 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 The Blackfriars Advice Centre

The project will provide training and staff development for local disadvantaged and isolated communities to give trainees the skills necessary to provide high quality advice services. The grant, over two years, will be used for the salary of a new project

£59,442 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 The Rockingham Estate Play Association

The project will extend volunteering opportunities for local people to work with young children and will develop a range of play activities. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, two salaries and running costs.

£124,332 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Charterhouse-in-Southwark

The project will provide opportunities for volunteers to develop confidence, self esteem and skills and to gain work experience. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries and running costs.

£154,865 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 London Ecumenical AIDS Trust

The project will create volunteering opportunities for people with HIV/AIDS. The grant, over two years, is for staff salaries, office equipment and project running costs.

£58,460 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 The Bengali Women's Group

The project will provide advice, information and training to Bengali women and will include outreach to isolated women and their families. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two project workers and running costs.

£91,203 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Bricklayers Estate Tenants Association

The project will establish a children's playground section in a new recreation area which will include space for ball games and family leisure activities. The grant, over one year, is for the purchase of playground equipment.

£12,000 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Independent Adoption Service

The project is to raise awareness amongst ethnic minority parents about the possibilities of adopting or fostering children who are themselves from minority communities. The grant, over one year, is a contribution to one staff salary and running costs.

£8,676 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Dachwyng Parents Association Family Centre

The project provides supplementary classes in national curriculum subjects to children from ethnic minority communities. The grant, over three years, will pay for equipment, fees for tutors and running costs.

£19,218 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 The Friday Club

This group provides a range of activities and outings, such as keep fit, lunches and bingo, for older people. The grant will pay for the cost of coach hire for 3 day trips.

£900 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Grove Vale After School Club

This group provides high quality, low cost after school care and play facilities. The grant will be used to pay for a drying frame, a mobile display unit, storage trays and games equipment.

£900 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Detainee Support and Help Unit

This group provides support to ethnic minority asylum seekers detained by immigration authorities, by visiting, arranging legal representation, supporting family members. They also assist those who are to be deported with practical arrangements and commu

£4,980 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Southwark Association for Mental Health

The project is a mental health user forum which will link together various groups in order for them to share skills, resources and support. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of worker, fees for freelance staff and running costs.

£105,988 Community Fund
18 Mar 1999 London Borough of Southwark

Southwark Park - London

£2,694,500 Heritage Lottery Fund