Lottery grants awarded to London in 2002

206 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
18 Dec 2002 Slate Films

Girls At War

£16,425 UK Film Council
11 Dec 2002 Big Pond Productions

Hunky Dory (aka Teenage Kicks)

£19,040 UK Film Council
11 Dec 2002 The Film Consortium

Instant In The Wind

£9,615 UK Film Council
9 Dec 2002 Westminster Children's Society

The grant will be used to sustain 48 before school, 48 after school and 11 holiday places for children aged 3-8 years old in London.

£75,736 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2002 Scorpio Films Ltd

Moshi Moshi Scotterland. A comedy based on Kurosawa+˛s Seven Samurai in which several recently fired Japanese businessmen travel to the Highlands of Scotland to save an ailing car company from a corporate raider.

£12,500 Scottish Screen
4 Dec 2002 Big Talk Productions Ltd

Tashkent Girls

£16,000 UK Film Council
2 Dec 2002 Padfield, Deborah

Perceptions of Pain

£48,474 Arts Council England
25 Nov 2002 National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

NYOGB

£197,000 Arts Council England
22 Nov 2002 The Passage

The Overall Aim Of The Project Is To Enable The Day Centre For Homeless People And Former Rough Sleepers, To Concentrate More Resources On The Most Vulnerable Rough Sleepers And Those Insecurely Housed. To Achieve This The Project Aims To: Improve Engagem

£240,000 Community Fund
18 Nov 2002 British Music Information Centre

Cutting Edge Tour / BMIC

£27,146 Arts Council England
18 Nov 2002 George Piper Dances

George Piper Dances UK-wide tour.

£80,000 Arts Council England
15 Nov 2002 The Civic Trust

Heritage Open Days Audience Development Programme

£335,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Nov 2002 Alzheimer's Society

The Project Will Develop Current Service Provision For People With Dementia And Their Carers, By Expanding The Service Within North, East And West Yorkshire And North East Lincolnshire To Enable More Sufferers And Carers To Access Support And Respite Clo

£57,822 Community Fund
13 Nov 2002 Impact Pictures Ltd

The Dark

£42,750 UK Film Council
13 Nov 2002 Africa Refugees Project

The purpose of the group is to provide advice services to the African Refugee community, especially in areas such as health, education, immigration, housing and employment. The overarching objective is to increase integration of this community into UK soc

£3,300 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Nov 2002 Egbe Oduniyi Ltd

This Group Are A Production Company Specialising In World Music And Dance, Folk Theatre And Poetry Of The Yoruba People. They Want Funds To Run A 4 Day Workshop Over 2 Weekends In Yoruba Orisha Dance And Singing Followed By A Small Performace To Display W

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Nov 2002 Churchhill Gardens Community Primary School

This Is Four Projects: To Develop A Community Room For Parent Groups; A Breakfast Club; An After School Club For Bangladeshi Children To Learn About Their Culture; And An After School Football Club For Girls The Award Is For Female Football Coaching; The

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Nov 2002 Hallfield Junior School

The Award Will Be Used To Set Up Football And Basketball After-School Clubs For Years 3&4. They Will Be Open To All Girls And Boys. Coaching Fees @-˙20/Hr (-˙1200), Coach Training (-˙600), Goal Posts (-˙400), Basketball Hoops (-˙700), Basketball Training Bag (

£3,700 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Nov 2002 Path+« Pictures Ltd

With Prejudice

£27,530 UK Film Council
8 Nov 2002 Westminster Primary Care Trust

Westminster Primary Care Trust

£997,490 New Opportunities Fund
8 Nov 2002 Westminster Primary Care Trust

Westminster Primary Care Trust

£838,452 New Opportunities Fund
7 Nov 2002 The Football Foundation

As part of the new opportunities for PE and sport programme, the Football Foundation will support the modernisation and new build of school football facilities in England. Grants of up to -˙1 million are available to over 20,000 primary and secondary schoo

£30,000,000 New Opportunities Fund
30 Oct 2002 The Film Consortium

How To Rob Banks Without Violence

£8,000 UK Film Council
30 Oct 2002 The Script Factory

Feedback Service

£30,000 UK Film Council
17 Oct 2002 Westminster City Council

This revenue grant will promote the use of the PE and Sports facilities built through Westminster City Council's portfolio of projects to the wider adult community. Activities will particularly focus on engaging users from disadvantaged groups and people

£37,700 New Opportunities Fund
16 Oct 2002 First Film Foundation

First Development Feature Film Workshops

£93,593 UK Film Council
11 Oct 2002 Wigmore Hall Trust

Chamber Tots 3

£20,000 Arts Council England
10 Oct 2002 Qwerty Films

Inside Pictures 2002

£248,002 UK Film Council
7 Oct 2002 The British Institute of Human Rights

The British Institute Of Human Rights Increases Public Awareness And Understanding Of Human Rights Issues, Enables Vulnerable And Marginalized Groups To Understand And Claim Their Human Rights Effectively And Act As A Resource To Policy Makers And Others

£61,904 Community Fund
7 Oct 2002 Westminster Primary Care Trust

The London Region will run a 18 month School Fruit Pilot scheme starting October 2002 to provide free fruit every school day to children aged four, five, and six in LEA-maintained infant schools. Every school will have volunteer staff to implement the ac

£9,737,119 New Opportunities Fund
2 Oct 2002 Named Individual

bursary to attend the German-French Film Academy Masterclass

£500 UK Film Council
2 Oct 2002 Qwerty Films

Slate Funding Application Year 2

£250,000 UK Film Council
2 Oct 2002 University of Westminster

The Polytechnic - The Largest Club in London

£5,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2002 The Royal Parks Agency

Capital improvements to improve drainage, soil conditions and irrigation on most intensively used sports pitches, increasing participation in cricket, football (especially junior/mini football). Softball, and rugby. Targetting state schools, local communi

£754,930 New Opportunities Fund
2 Oct 2002 Path+« Pictures Ltd

Girl With A Pearl Earring

£2,000,000 UK Film Council
25 Sep 2002 Potboiler Productions Ltd

Taste of Rain (aka Dust)

£8,500 UK Film Council
25 Sep 2002 George Eliot Junior School

The Award Will Be Used To Set Up An After-School Club For Aerobics, Dance & Gymnastics. Instructor Fees X2 (-˙1400), Coach Training (-˙800), Mats X15 (-˙600), Skipping Ropes X30 (-˙75), Space Markers Hands X3 (-˙80), Body Balls X3 (-˙65)

£3,020 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 The St. Marylebone School

The School Are Applying For Funds To Set Up A New After School Gymnastics And Dance Club. The Award Will Support Forty Hours Of Sessions And Provide For New Equipment. They Hope To Compete In Local Competitions And Leagues. They Also Hope To Involve Lo

£3,700 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Genuine Empowerment of Mothers in Society

Gems Aims To Work With Volunteers Ro Empower Women To Improve The Quality Of Their Lives. They Will Use An Award To Produce An Exhibition Of Pieces Of Patchwork Reflecting Different Womens Voices Adn Their Experiences And Aspirations During The 50 Years O

£4,490 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 The Isleworth Festival

The award will be used to bring together a range of people including schoolchildren, with varying skills, both amateur and professional, to work together on a community site-specific performance in Kew Bridge Steam Museum. Songwriting workshops will be he

£4,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Peterborough School of Arts

The Award Will Be Used To Fund A One-Day Workshop On 'Internationalism And The Arts Of Cross-Culture'. There Will Be Presentations, Discussion And Debate On How Artists And Their Work Are Influenced By Local Culture Not Originally Their Own. The School Pr

£2,575 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Monkey Productions

Monkey Productions Is A Film-Making Group Which Plans To Use An Award To Collaborate With Other Local Groups (Schools, Youth Clubs, Dance Clubs, Residents Groups Etc) To Produce A Music Video Entitled 'A Song For Fitzrovia'. Fees For Film Crew (-˙600), Pre

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Christchurch Bentinck C of E School

This School Want Funds To Develop Their After School Clubs To Attract More Girls And More Children From Minority Ethnic Groups. Netball Coaching 30 X -˙15/H (-˙450), Gymnastics Coaching 30 X -˙25/H (-˙750), Swimming Coaching 30 X -˙12/Hr (-˙360), Dance, Drama

£4,661 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 David Glass New Mime Ensemble

This Group Have Set Up A Dependent Branch Of Their Organisation Called 'Inside Job'. This Branch Works In Prisons Around The Uk, Using Theatre For Rehabilitative Purposes. They Want Funds To Move 'Inside Job' On To Set Itself Up As An Independent Organisa

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Bishop Ho Ming Wah Association

This Group Is Established To Raise The Quality Of Life Of Chinese Community In London. They Plan To Use An Award To Create A Modern Version Of Hakka Dance To Be Performed In Public In 2003 To Educate People About The Little Known Hakka Culture. Choreograp

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Path+« Pictures Ltd

Suzie Gold

£510,000 UK Film Council
25 Sep 2002 The Photographers' Gallery

The Award Will Be Used To Hold 10 Informal Talks/Slide Presentations Showing Photos Of West Indian And African Communities Over The Last 50 Years. They Will Take Place At Community Centres And Residential Care Homes In The Lambeth Area. The Audience Will

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Sep 2002 Hero Film Productions Ltd

One Last Chance (aka The Bum+˛s Rush). A black comedy set in the Highlands of Scotland. Three friends+˛ lives are changed forever when they accidently discover gold, triggering a series of increasingly absurd and desperate events.

£500,000 Scottish Screen
20 Sep 2002 The Household Cavalry Museum Trust

The Household Cavalry Museum Development Project

£2,060,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Sep 2002 Merchant Ivory Productions Ltd

Independent People

£42,000 UK Film Council
18 Sep 2002 Named Individual

Being Me

£6,500 UK Film Council
18 Sep 2002 Gayle Griffiths Productions Ltd

Kiss of Life (aka Helen of Peckham)

£102,250 UK Film Council
16 Sep 2002 National Youth Music Theatre

Pathways, The Lab & Talentspotting

£206,000 Arts Council England
13 Sep 2002 Music for Youth

National Festival

£105,400 Arts Council England
11 Sep 2002 The Film Consortium

Bright Young Things

£2,825,000 UK Film Council
11 Sep 2002 Samuelson Productions Ltd.

The Devil's Assassin

£16,500 UK Film Council
10 Sep 2002 Big Pond Productions

'Teenage Kicks'

£15,000 Arts Council of Wales
9 Sep 2002 The National Portrait Gallery

The Regency Re-visioned: A New Presentation of a Key Period in Britain's History

£367,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2002 Greater London Authority

London Celebrates Black Heritage: BHM 2002

£50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2002 Africa Centre Ltd

The Africa Centre

£605,732 Arts Council England
4 Sep 2002 Halyon Films

Whacked!

£2,500 UK Film Council
4 Sep 2002 Monogram Productions Ltd

Mapping The Edge

£9,500 UK Film Council
2 Sep 2002 Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightment

Window onto Art

£24,000 Arts Council England
1 Sep 2002 Westminster

School Sport Coordinator Partnership

£366,906 Sport England
27 Aug 2002 Green Candle Dance Co

Spanning Streams

£30,000 Arts Council England
21 Aug 2002 Gayle Griffiths Productions Ltd

Kiss of Life (aka Helen of Peckham)

£22,750 UK Film Council
21 Aug 2002 Company of Wolves

Intermission

£20,000 UK Film Council
19 Aug 2002 London Tigers

Sports Development Worker

£85,065 Sport England
14 Aug 2002 Passion Pictures

Slate Funding Application

£100,000 UK Film Council
14 Aug 2002 Scala Productions Ltd

Du Cane's Boys (aka Du Quesne's Boys)

£23,800 UK Film Council
14 Aug 2002 The Film Consortium

The Republic of Love

£1,022,222 UK Film Council
7 Aug 2002 The Script Factory

Writers' Passage: Project Development Programme for Screenwriters 2001

£125,000 UK Film Council
7 Aug 2002 Company of Wolves

Intermission

£550,000 UK Film Council
6 Aug 2002 Pan Centre For Intercultural Arts

Threads of Silk

£29,986 Arts Council England
2 Aug 2002 We are CAR

This Group Is Established To Encourage Collaboration With Artists Of Chinese And British Cultural Backgrounds Through Performance And Recording. They Plan To Use An Award To Create A Cd Of A New Piece Of Work Which Will Be A Collaboration Between The Grou

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Aug 2002 Dutch Pot Lunch and Social Club

The award will contribute towards a 'Visions' project commemorating the contribution of African/Carribean and Ethnically Diverse Older People to British Society. The elderly will be asked to share their past experiences and the results will lead to the co

£3,690 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Aug 2002 The Latin American Float Project

The group exists to develop the Latin American carnival procession tradition. The group are seeking funds to develop their work and ties with the local community by creating a float in the style of a typical Columbian farm house. They'll run dance worksh

£4,888 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Aug 2002 National Campaign for the Arts

This group encourages the practice, understanding and support of the arts in the UK. The award will fund a special Jubilee edition of the group's magazine, creating a record of Jubilee events and focusing on the importance of the voluntary sector in initi

£4,910 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Aug 2002 True Colours Theatre

This Theatre Group Will Use Their Award To Stage A Production Of 'Daniel' By P.J. Cobham, A Drama About A Caribbean Family'S Grief When A Child Dies In Police Custody. Contribution Towards Directors' Fee (-˙650), Set Design, Materials And Building (-˙800),

£4,350 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Aug 2002 Scorpio Films Ltd

Dear Frankie (aka Natural History). Lizzie has told her son Frankie that his father is at sea. Then one day she discovers to her horror that the boat she has invented is docking in a nearby port. Desperate to protect Frankie from the truth, she hires a s

£500,000 Scottish Screen
31 Jul 2002 Path+« Pictures Ltd

The Seven Fires of Mademoiselle

£67,000 UK Film Council
30 Jul 2002 Sixteen Films (Joe) Ltd

My Own Kind. Accountacy graduate turned DJ, Casim meets trainee teacher Roisin O+˛Connor on the dance floor. Sparks fly and families, cultures and personalities collide.

£19,800 Scottish Screen
29 Jul 2002 Africa Centre Ltd

African Visions 2

£40,000 Arts Council England
25 Jul 2002 Paddington Arts

The project will develop a programme of music and social events targetted at disaffected and socially excluded young people aged 8-25. It will engage young people, particularly disabled young people and young offenders, in the planning and running of eve

£48,083 Community Fund
24 Jul 2002 Gruber Films Ltd

Slate Funding Application

£100,000 UK Film Council
24 Jul 2002 The First Film Company Ltd

Night Train

£9,349 UK Film Council
22 Jul 2002 Changing Faces

The project is to acquire and develop a Centre that will enable the charity to improve and help make a difference to the lives of the hundreds and thousands of children and adults with disfigurements in the UK. The grant over one year will go towards the

£250,000 Community Fund
22 Jul 2002 British Waterways

Return to the Regent's

£50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Jul 2002 TATE

The project aims to develop a CGfL that will engage disadvantaged or reluctant learners, including people who are unable to, or have never visited a gallery. The aim is to engage users through exciting visual materials. As well as developing ICT, commun

£132,200 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jul 2002 Modern Poetry In Translation

Contemporary Russian Women Poets

£15,955 Arts Council England
10 Jul 2002 Youth Justice Board for England and Wales

The Youth Justice Board will run SPLASH Extra, providing a wide variety of activities in 10 key street crime hot spot areas for 9 to 16 year olds. The programme will primarily focus on reducing crime within communities that have high reported crime rates

£8,158,777 New Opportunities Fund
3 Jul 2002 Wild Horses Film Company

Kiss of Life (aka Helen of Peckham)

£10,000 UK Film Council
3 Jul 2002 Flamboyan Community Association

This Group Aims To Provide Access To A Range Of Combined Arts Through Workshops. They Will Use The Award To Fund A Series Of Workshops Leading Up To Carnival And The Community Fair, The Workshops Will Be In Copperwork, Steelpan Playing, Dance And Costume

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Jul 2002 TARA (Lisson Green Estate)

The project will create two pocket parks/community gardens on the Lisson Green stretch of the Regent-+s Canal in Westminster, improving areas that are currently neglected and under-used. One area for development is situated next to Verney House on Lisson

£7,753 New Opportunities Fund
27 Jun 2002 Renaissance Films Ltd

Dear Frankie (aka Natural History). Lizzie has told her son Frankie that his father is at sea. Then one day she discovers to her horror that the boat she invented is docking in a nearby port. Desperate to protect Frankie from the truth, she hires a strang

£23,000 Scottish Screen
26 Jun 2002 Named Individual

Bursary to attend Film Business School

£480 UK Film Council
26 Jun 2002 The Film Consortium

The Best Man

£23,000 UK Film Council
26 Jun 2002 Samuelson Productions Ltd.

Peacock (aka The Peacock Manifesto)

£69,750 UK Film Council
25 Jun 2002 The National Gallery

East Wing Renewal Project: Public Access Facilities

£100,000 Arts Council England
25 Jun 2002 The Mousetrap Foundation For The Arts

Envision Programme

£59,351 Arts Council England