Lottery grants awarded to Tower Hamlets, London in 1999

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

£1,504,566 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

This project will provide an extension to the existing school hall to create a single court sports facility to allow whole class participation in PE and sport. This will not only benefit the 255 pupils from the school, but also 400 pupils from nearby scho

£84,073 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

London Borough of Tower Hamlets will build a new multi-use games area, with floodlights, at the school with the funding. This will provide a safe, high quality facility for the 472 pupils at the school to play uni-hoc, basketball, 5-a-side football and cr

£90,528 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

London Borough of Tower Hamlets will build a new stand-alone fitness suite at St. Paul's Way Community School, which will incorporate cardiovascular and resistance training equipment and free weights. The project also includes the provision of two 33-pers

£878,007 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

London Borough of Tower Hamlets

£757,290 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

The London Borough of Tower Hamlets will create an accessible toilet and changing area at the school which will improve access to and from an existing playground. The changing facility and toilet space will enable children with complex needs who attend t

£26,220 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Sir William Burrough Primary School

Sir William Burrough Primary School

£103,475 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

This project will use funding to provide an upgrade to the beginners' room at the Mile End Climbing Wall in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. It will provide new climbing surfaces, impact flooring and roofing, transforming the beginners' climbing exper

£39,950 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

This project will use funding to provide an urban adventure base and related facilities at Mile End Park in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. An estimated 31,200 visits a year will be possible from the local community , and it will be used as a teach

£249,593 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 1999 Yolande Snaith Theatredance

The Thing that changes from This into That

£30,000 Arts Council England
10 Dec 1999 Christian Victory Group

The grant will be used to set up a before, after school and holiday playscheme each for 32 children, creating a total of 96 places for children aged 3-5. The project will be situated in Stockwell, London. Schools served will be Victory Nursery, Durand,

£17,714 New Opportunities Fund
3 Dec 1999 Wharf Watchers

This Group Promotes Advancement Of Education In The Visual Arts. The Award Will Be Used For Salaries And Fees For Artists And Curators, Education Materials, Publicity And Marketing Costs, Transport And Administration Overheads.

£4,910 Arts Council England
3 Dec 1999 Young News

This group produce a freely distributed, multi-cultural newspaper with children aged 8-12 in Tower Hamlets. The project aim to produce a full colour millennium edition which will be a product of workshops in 5 schools. The money will be used for printing

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Dec 1999 Pinewood Rangers

This group is a football club and covers a void in the community. The project will try to bond the children from the local area together by creating mixed teams and teaching the children the value of teamwork. The money is for hiring of coaches and two a

£2,225 Sport England
3 Dec 1999 Nursa International

The projects are to organise a young Bengali peoples conference in order to identify practical ways of addressing their key life issues and to start a new Bengali football team in the Brick Lane area. The money will used for sports equipment a computer

£5,000 Sport England
3 Dec 1999 Clapham Deaf Table Tennis Club

This organisation is a table tennis club of the deaf. The project aim to extend current activities by making more people aware of the group and to make a difference to deaf people who do not have an outlet specially women who tend to be more isolated than

£2,040 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 Student Volunteering England

The project will raise the profile of volunteering to students, increase volunteering opportunities, and provide personal development training for students. The grant, over three years, will pay for four full-time posts, training and running costs.

£545,474 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 St Botolph's Project

The project will help newly housed people to gain independence and integrate into mainstream society. The grant, over three years, is for salaries and running costs.

£150,059 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 Keen Students School

The project provides supplementary education for young people from the local Bangladeshi community. The grant, over three years, is for staff salaries, office equipment, refurbishment works and associated project running costs.

£241,350 Community Fund
24 Nov 1999 Asylum Aid

Asylum Aid works to improve access to advice for disadvantaged groups such as disabled refugees and refugee families. The Refugee Womens Resource Project will combine community development training and practical research on issues affecting women refugee

£337,722 Community Fund
15 Nov 1999 Chisenhale Gallery

Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)

£207,200 Arts Council England
5 Nov 1999 Mouth That Roars

This Group Gives Young People With Disadvantaged Backgrounds The Opportunity To Receive Training In Video/Tv Production And Access To Media Arts. With This Award The Group Will Make A Pilot Documentary Over A Six Month Period From Late 99 - 2000.

£3,900 Arts Council England
5 Nov 1999 La Leche League Central London Group

This group provides information and support to all breastfeeding women via telephone counselling, home visits and monthly meetings. The award will cover the costs of a training programme for 4-8 weeks for new counsellors,and printed materials and books fo

£2,400 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Limehouse Fields Residents Association

This group promotes the rights of residents and tenants of this estate in Tower Hamlets. The group will use the award to organise a series of exercise and health & nutrition classes for women.

£1,678 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Toynbee Hall

The Universities Settlement promotes education through the encouragement of the arts, particularly drama, mime, dance, singing and music. This award will enable the group to organise a Bengali Drama Festival to celebrate the millennium. The programme of

£4,975 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Somali Parents and Carers Association

This new group provides advice and guidance for the Somali parents and carers. The award will be used for start up costs including rent, computer and office equipment and volunteer expenses.

£4,700 Community Fund
5 Nov 1999 Balagonj Publication Trust U.K.

This New Group Promotes Awareness Of The History Of The Bangladeshi Community And Their Achievements In The Uk. In Their First Project They Are Researching, Compiling And Publishing A History Of The Bangladeshi Community In Tower Hamlets, London. Projec

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
5 Nov 1999 Somali Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Organisation

This group provides the Somali community in Tower Hamlets and Hackney with advocacy and interpreting services, in order to access housing, benefits and health care. This award will pay for a cultural event and photographic exhibition during October to De

£4,700 Millennium Commission
5 Nov 1999 Christian Victory Group

This group provides supplementary education for young people. The award will enable them to introduce sports and games activities and pay for some professional coaching during the project.

£5,000 Sport England
5 Nov 1999 Somali Cultural Revival and Employment Training

This group provides employment training cultural awareness programmes and a drug prevention scheme. The award will enable the group to establish football teams for young Somali males and provide training and equipment for their use.

£3,371 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 The Annie Macpherson Home of Industry

The grant will be used to set up a 24 place afterschool club for children aged 5-11 during term time. It will operate in Tower Hamlets and Bethnal Green. Schools served will be St Johns Primary, Globe Road Primary, Elizabeth Selby Primary and Hague Primar

£8,220 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Mudchute Association

The grant will be used to create 40 after school and 40 holiday places for children aged 5 - 11. Schools served will be all primary schools in the Isle of Dogs area during term time and the whole Borough during holiday periods.

£47,000 New Opportunities Fund
13 Oct 1999 School for Social Entrepreneurs

The School for Social Entrepreneurs will support the development of grassroots community activists or entrepreneurs living in ten severely deprived areas of England Scotland and Wales including Newcastle Salford Liverpool Belfast and Plymouth. Award winne

£805,476 Millennium Commission
13 Oct 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets LEA

London Borough of Tower Hamlets LEA

£1,959,249 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 1999 The Tower Project

The project offer social, cultural and educational activities for young people with disabilities. The grant, over one year, is for refurbishment works, office equipment and disability equipment.

£195,000 Community Fund
7 Oct 1999 Breakthrough Deaf-Hearing Integration

Project will set up self help groups for people with hearing difficulties. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, computer equipment and running costs.

£178,502 Community Fund
7 Oct 1999 Robin Hood Gardens Education And Training Trust

This project will provide computer training, employment advice and counselling for people where english is a second language. The grant, over three years, will contribute towards staff and project running costs.

£20,600 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 La Nueva Generacion (New Generation)

This group provides workshops on art, music, dance and drama and produces a youth magazine for young Latin Americans aged 13 to 25. This award is for music tutors fees and musical instruments.

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 East End Community School

This group provides supplementary education for the Bangladeshi community running mother tongue language classes, study support and parental advice and support. The award will be used to repair the roof of the group's portakabin and purchase a photocopier

£5,000 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Culloden Bangladeshi Parents Association

This group provides educational and recreational facilities for the Bangladeshi community including a supplementary school, a summer playscheme and mother tongue and English language classes. The award will improve the environment, security and facilities

£2,700 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Universal Legal And Welfare Advisory Service

This group provides advice and support to African people with regard to their social, health and welfare development needs. The award will be used to run two language courses in one African language and English and to improve the general running and devel

£4,915 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Sonali Swapno Women's Self Help Group

This self help group tackles local issues and needs which affect ethnic minority women and their roles in society. The award will pay for a creche worker, an administration worker, training materials and field trips.

£4,899 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Somali Advice & Guidance Association

This group promotes and arranges the provision of education, training and employment of the Somali community in Tower Hamlets. The project is to provide traditional cultural events to increase local community participation and strengthen service provision

£4,700 Community Fund
3 Sep 1999 Island History Project

This group provides a museum of local history and works with local groups on heritage related projects. They plan to print 'A People's History of the Isle of Dogs' to celebrate the Millennium and the group's 20th anniversary. The award will pay for the pu

£4,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Sep 1999 Chicksand Estate Bangladeshi Sports Association

This group provides sports activities such as football snooker and table tennis. This project will improve the facilities at the association and provide more supervised play and activities for young people in the area including coach trips. The award wi

£4,880 Sport England
3 Sep 1999 Hackney Sub-Aqua Club

This group provides opportunities and training for diving in accordance with the standards of the British Sub-Aqua Club. They aim to provide individual training and development leading to increased competency enabling members to take part in adventurous

£4,065 Sport England
3 Sep 1999 St Peters Supplementary School

This group provides mother tongue and supplementary classes for Bangladeshi children, cultural events and parental advice and support. This award will pay for a computer, printer, fax machine and photocopier, teaching materials, parental training sessions

£4,650 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Tower Hamlets

Tower Hamlets

£783,633 New Opportunities Fund
29 Jul 1999 Women's Link; Women's Housing Advice In London

The project will provide housing information and advice to women on low incomes. The grant, over two years, will pay for staff salaries, rent and running costs.

£53,718 Community Fund
29 Jul 1999 St Peters Community and Advice Centre

A project serving the needs of older people from the Bengali community and encouraging greater participation in Tower Hamlets community life. The grant, over three years, will pay for a staff salary and associated project running costs.

£75,346 Community Fund
19 Jul 1999 Shadwell Basin Outdoor Activity Centre

New water sports equipment

£14,558 Sport England
24 Jun 1999 Small Fry Workshops

This group aims to develop the education, self-esteem, confidence and social skills of children from deprived urban and rural areas by providing high quality workshops in the performing arts. They intend to provide a two week summer holiday workshop at He

£3,490 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Community Of Refugees From Vietnam - East London

This organisation assists and supports the Vietnamese community through the provision of advice & information, social & cultural events and luncheon clubs. The grant will be used to pay for the adaptation of minibus seatbelts to meet current safety regula

£950 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Somali Cultural Revival and Employment Training

This group provides employment training, cultural awareness programmes and a drug prevention scheme. The grant will be used to purchase a fax machine and pay for volunteer and telephone expenses.

£3,460 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Mill Wall Gingerbread

This group provide advice, information and support to lone parents and promotes their profile and needs within the larger community. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, a telephone/fax machine/photocopier and pay for hall hire, toys, bo

£3,750 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Tower Hamlets Pensioners Forum

This group represents the views of older people and provides open meetings where local health authority representatives, Council Officers, Councillors and local MPs can be questioned. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and pay for posta

£4,150 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Saint Chad's P.C.C.

This group provides a wide range of services to the local community including social events and dinners for the elderly and single parents. All activities are aimed improving the quality of life for disadvantaged people. The grant will be used to purcha

£2,399 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Small Fry Workshops

This group aims to develop the self-esteem, confidence and social skills of children from deprived areas by providing high quality workshops in the performing arts. The grant will be used to purchase a computer and printer and pay for staff, hire of space

£4,493 Community Fund
7 Jun 1999 London Advice Services Alliance Company Limited

The project will develop and implement a computer system, for advice and community groups, to enable them to manage their casework and enquiries. The grant, over three years will fund the development of the detailed user specification, the development of

£592,281 Community Fund
26 May 1999 Tower Hamlets Victim Support Scheme

Setting up a new system to co-ordinate the recruitment training and development of volunteers and recruit a new full-time worker to act as volunteer co-ordinator with the aim of increasing the number of volunteers and training courses. The co-ordinater

£60,276 Community Fund
26 May 1999 Island Advice Centre

To recruit and train volunteers and place them in other local voluntary organisations as well as within this organisation. The volunteers will be trained in advice work. The project aims to recruit and place volunteers in their own and other local volunta

£108,577 Community Fund
26 May 1999 The Tower Project

The project is to expand the present provision of after-schools facility for under 11s hearing impaired and the youth club for 11 - 19s by organising support groups to focus young people parents and employers on the needs of deaf young people and to en

£139,985 Community Fund
26 May 1999 The Cedar Centre

The project continues the work of providing education and training support through literacy and numeracy classes help with job applications advice and information on local jobs housing health and educational activities for young people in a multi-cult

£123,395 Community Fund
26 May 1999 Limehouse Project Ltd

The project will extend an existing service providing advice and family support predominantly but not exclusively for the Bangladeshi community. The project will extend an existing service providing advice and family support mainly for the Bangladeshi com

£72,970 Community Fund
26 May 1999 Gingerbread, The Charity for Single Parent Families

The org has been established to fulfil two key objectives; to develop services that meet the needs of lone parents and their children, and to be the voice of lone parents in the ongoing debate. The project is to enable the org to improve the support offer

£111,772 Community Fund
25 May 1999 Cannon And Morley Productions

The Alcohol Years

£25,000 Arts Council England
19 May 1999 Values Into Action

The aim of the research is to discover the needs, views and experiences of people with learning difficulites, about how best to support them in decision making to enable them to have maximum choice and control. The grant, over two years, will fund salarie

£189,485 Community Fund
28 Apr 1999 Gingerbread, The Charity for Single Parent Families

Gingerbread is the umbrella body for local Gingerbread branches who provide support to lone parents. This project will provide support to local groups through regional development workers and through an information database of local funding sources and im

£285,333 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Gingerbread, The Charity for Single Parent Families

The project is to employ a group development worker to start up, train and support self-help groups for lone parents in the South East. The grant, over three years, will pay for a full-time salary, production of information, training, travel and running c

£110,808 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Gingerbread, The Charity for Single Parent Families

Gingerbread will develop an advice and information service for lone parents living in the south west, while also developing local support groups. The three year grant will be used to pay the salary costs of one full time Development Worker and running cos

£114,703 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Gingerbread, The Charity for Single Parent Families

This national organisation based in London works with lone parents providing support and advice. They wish to employ a regional development worker based in the East Midlands, who will facilitate the setting up of new Gingerbread groups, network within the

£110,871 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Bridge Project Trust Ltd

The project will provide literacy training, English language education and supported vocational training for the Somali community. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, a chairlift to make the premises more accessible and running costs

£159,591 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Summer Education UK Ltd

The project will establish a UK wide body promoting good practice in summer education programmes and will provide grants for a summer university and to expand existing summer programmes. The grant, over one year, will fund five staff salaries and running

£250,000 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Women's Resource Centre

The project will undertake a three year action research project which will improve the work of women's organisations in London and ensure that there is a strong voice for women and women's issues. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries,

£172,226 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Bijoy Youth Group

The project will improve the educational achievements of Bangladeshi children by providing mother-tongue teaching and after school homework tuition and by encouraging parental involvement and support. The grant, over two years, is for equipment and fees,

£36,130 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Age Concern Tower Hamlets

The project will continue to provide an advocacy service and will extend it to cover issues of dementia and elder abuse, provide a new Somali-speaking service, recruit volunteers from disadvantaged groups and provide them with appropriate training and ski

£227,730 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 St Hildas East Community Centre

This project will provide a range of social, recreational, health and cultural activities as well as information and advice on issues such as housing, welfare, immigration and employment, much of which will be provided by trained volunteers. The grant, ov

£93,425 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 British Street Pensioners Club Bow E3

This group provides social and recreational activities for pensioners in the local area. The grant will be used to pay for 3 coach trips to the seaside and one outing to see a show.

£1,795 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Shadwell Basin Outdoor Activity Centre

This group provides facilities for watersports and outdoor activities, with the object of improving the conditions of life for young people in Tower Hamlets. The grant will be used to adapt the group's minibus seatbelts to meet current safety regulations.

£630 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Somali Advice and Guidance Association

This group provides advice and guidance in education, training, employment, immigration and housing. The grant will be used to purchase a computer and printer and a photocopier and pay for printing, stationery, postage, volunteer travel expenses and publi

£3,500 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Gingerbread, The Charity for Single Parent Families

This project will set up new Gingerbread groups throughout East Anglia, offering help and support for one parent families and provide training for members and volunteers. The three year grant will be used for start-up and running costs, the salary for a

£110,871 Community Fund
12 Apr 1999 Mile End New Testament Church of God

Holy Trinity, Morgan Street, Bow, LB Tower Hamlets

£152,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Mar 1999 Project Fullemploy

The grant will expand the training and development of up to thirty minority ethnic groups. This funding will train 15 key players in a leadership programme as well as enabling the research and piloting an interactive CD-ROM. The grant will also establi

£500,000 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 The Place To Be

The project is to pilot a model support service involving children, parents and teachers within schools in London. It will involve managing, supervising and training the workers in schools and will develop work with teachers and parents and support head

£138,282 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 St Dunstan's Bengali Community Resource Centre

The project will introduce training programmes for management committee and centre users that will, through increased self-confidence, lead to them playing more effective roles in their own and the wider community. This grant over three years will employ

£86,475 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 The Greenlight Youth Club

The Project Will Enable A More Professional And Focused Approach To The Delivery Of Educational And Training Programmes To Young People. It Will Benefit Particularly Those Who Have Left School Without Formal Qualifications, Those That Have Gone Through Th

£89,946 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 St Nicholas Church Centre

The project will develop the organisation's premises and create a third, fully independent and accessible space. This will represent a significant expansion of the space available for community use. The grant, over one year, will be used for building con

£34,170 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Shobujshathi

The project will provide detached youth work for children and young people of Bangladeshi origin in Tower Hamlets to address the problems of underachievemnt at school, absenteeism, limited work prospects and poor housing conditions. The grant, over three

£117,074 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Quarterdeck Women's Group

This group provides social and educational activities for women in a safe environment. The money will pay for training and tutors, trips and events, a creche worker, equipment, administration and publicity costs.

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Spitalfields Farm Association Limited

The project is to teach Bangladeshi women how to cultivate/grow plants herbs and vegetables. It will encourage them to build relationships with other volunteers and agencies as well as promote physical and mental health. A language support worker will be

£50,941 Community Fund
10 Feb 1999 Mouth that Roars

A diverse range of young people throughout the UK will create a documentary film about their current lives and aspirations for the future. The film will be screened at the end of 2000 in the four home countries.

£28,637 Millennium Commission
9 Feb 1999 Bromley By Bow Centre

The project aims to involve local people in the creation of a Millennium Festival in Summer 2000. The grant, over one year, will pay for materials, equipment hire, freelance workers and volunteers expenses.

£29,770 Community Fund
9 Feb 1999 London Union Of Youth Clubs

A consortium project which aims to bring large numbers of London youth groups 'on line', creating a regional network of computers connected via the internet. The grant, over one year, is for a membership network manager, computer equipment and running co

£18,000 Community Fund
29 Jan 1999 Ragged School Museum Trust

Tower Hamlets, A Journey Through Time

£26,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 1999 Ssba Community Trust

Stitches In Time

£21,267 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Oxford House In Bethnal Green

Somali Community Millennium Festival

£17,500 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Four Corners

East 2000

£29,998 Arts Council England
13 Jan 1999 London Borough of Tower Hamlets

An innovative project involving a wide range of multicultural communities in Tower Hamlets in creating six living 'house museums' with arts and crafts workshops small celebratory events and links created between the houses.

£50,000 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 Cultural Co-operation Ltd

Sacred Voices Millennium Music Village is a major international multi-faith celebration with performances by a wide range of musicians and bands. Musicians and singers will also work with local London communities to create new pieces of work leading to pe

£150,000 Millennium Commission
7 Jan 1999 St Margarets House

The project is to purchase part of a building which is currently rented, by the organisation and other community groups, in order to create stability and security for a number of organisations. The grant, over one year, is a contribution towards the cost

£125,000 Community Fund