592 matching grants found.
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|15 Dec 1998||Kielder Partnership
The Turrell Skyspace at Kielder
|£80,000||Arts Council England|
|2 Dec 1998||Derwentside District Council
Consett Park, Consett, Derwentside - Restoration Plan
|£9,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||North East Museums
NEMS Regional Ethnography Project
|£49,290||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Nov 1998||City of Sunderland
Sunderland Winter Gardens
|£3,825,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Nov 1998||Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council
Saltwell Park, Gateshead
|£6,949,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Nov 1998||Castle Morpeth Borough Council
Morpeth, Carlisle Park
|£1,213,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Nov 1998||Quebec And District Village Hall Association
This group provides facilities for recreation, leisure and education within the village with the aim of improving the quality of life for the inhabitants. The grant will fund site clearance around the hall, paving and gravel, raised beds and planting.
|5 Nov 1998||Eastenders Health and Activity Club
This group aims to address issues of health in its elderly members by providing social activities and reducing isolation. The grant will fund transport costs, christmas lunch and speakers.
|5 Nov 1998||Shieldfield Social Club For The Disabled & Elderly
This group provides a social meeting place for the disabled and abled bodied to meet. The grant will fund a Christmas dinner and transport costs.
|5 Nov 1998||Tynedale Talking Newspaper
This group provides recorded tapes or braille reading materials for the blind or partially sighted in the Tynedale area. The grant will fund tape duplicating equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Burnhope Community Association
This group is established to provide accommodation and facilities for community activities. Groups include the youth club, PHAB, mothers and toddlers, baby clinic's and dance classes. A grant will fund consultancy fees, rent for venues , travel, telephon
|5 Nov 1998||Women Supporting Women
A support group for women who have experienced violence, aiming to provide a safe learning environment in order to combat isolation and lead to empowerment. The grant will fund facilitation costs travel and childcare expenses and telephone.
|5 Nov 1998||Peterlee Scout District
This group provides Scouting activities for young people living in the Peterlee area. The grant will fund archery equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Lemington Sparks Under 11's Football Club
This group provides sports training facilities for boys and girls and also arranges activities for other voluntary groups in the area. The grant will fund training equipment, clothing and minibus hire.
|5 Nov 1998||1st Ingleby Barwick St. Francis Scout Group
A Scout group offering a range of activities in the Stockton area. A grant will fund camping equipment and cooking equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||C. V. J. Handicapped Club
This group provides a weekly social event for elderly disabled people as well as transport to and from the meetings and regular outings. The grant will fund orthopaedic chairs, transport and outings.
|5 Nov 1998||Edmundbyers Village Hall Association
This group provides social activities for the village community including dances, dinners, aerobics and a youth club as well as providing a meeting place for other groups such as the WI. The grant will fund a central heating system and redecoration
|5 Nov 1998||Penshaw & District Disabled Club
This group provides regular meetings, outings and social evenings for disabled and elderly to help them to lead a more active life. The grant will fund transport to meetings.
|5 Nov 1998||Morpeth Gang Show
This group of Morpeth Scouts and Guides provides an annual production which enables the members to learn new skills and interests. The grant will fund stage curtains, timber for stage props and a track for stage backcloths.
|5 Nov 1998||Stanley District Woodcraft Folk
This group provides recreational and educational activities for young people in the Stanley area. A grant will fund a portable computer, printer, and training.
|5 Nov 1998||Abbey PHAB Club
The group provides facilities for recreation and support for physically handicapped people and those without disabilities. The grant willl fund a residential activity/training weekend.
|5 Nov 1998||Coundon Comets Juvenile Jazz Band
This group provides musical education for children aged 5 to 18 years in this rural area in order to undertake performances and compete with other bands. A grant will fund new musical instruments.
|5 Nov 1998||Blyth Valley Council For Voluntary Service
An organisation that represents 100 community and voluntary organisations in the Blyth area. The organisation provides access to resources, services and information as well as running a volunteer bureau. The grant will be a contribution to a photocopier,
|5 Nov 1998||Byker Playgroup
This group provides a playgroup aiming to advance the education of pre-school children. A grant will fund staff training, visits, a Christmas party and equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||St James Church
The Anglican church in Shilbottle provides a focus for community activity in the village. A grant will fund a laptop computer, modem and printer, software and furniture
|5 Nov 1998||Teesside African Caribbean Association
This group provides facilities, support and advice for the African Caribbean population of Teesside with the aim of reducing racism, alleviating poverty and increasing cultural awareness. A grant will fund initial 'needs' survey, office equipment, adminis
|5 Nov 1998||Cramlington Community Association
A community association aiming to improve the quality of life for local residents by providing facilities for education and recreation. A grant will fund the upgrading of stage lighting, new lanterns, lighting controls.
|5 Nov 1998||Ouseburn Community Centre Mother and Toddler Group
This group provides safe group play activities for the under 5's and aims to provide support for parents and guardians. A grant will fund toys, safety equipment, outings and storage lockers.
|5 Nov 1998||Friends of Blake Avenue
Friends of Blake Avenue raises funds for the benefit of residents, to provide social opportunities and encourage independence. A grant will fund the deposit for a vehicle and its adaptation.
|5 Nov 1998||Christ Church Playgroup
This is a group who are setting up a new playgroup facility in the Shieldfield area. A grant will fund equipment, staffing start up costs, insurance playgroup registration and recruitment of staff.
|5 Nov 1998||Bangladesh Youth Organisation (Newcastle)
This organisation provides youth activities for young Bangladeshi people in Newcastle. A grant will pay for the cost of teachers, venue, teaching materials and publicity costs.
|5 Nov 1998||National Victims' Association
This group aims to provide help and support for those affected by hardship and distress as a result of murder, manslaughter or rape occuring in the family. Through the provision of advice, counselling and financial assistance. The grant will fund training
|5 Nov 1998||The Durham Branch of the Malaya Borneo Veterans Association
This group provides comradeship to ex-service personel through meetings, information and advice. A grant will fund a computer package, and copier.
|5 Nov 1998||The New Scotswood Highlanders Juvenile Jazz Band
This group provides musical activities for young people in the Scotswood area. A grant will fund musical instruments.
|2 Nov 1998||PCC of St Matthew, Newbottle
St Matthew, Newbottle, Tyne & Wear
|£114,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 1998||Durham Constabulary Band
|£36,510||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||Amber Associates
Turning The Tide
|£290,451||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||The MEA Trust
The project is to modernise MEA House to provide for the twenty resident voluntary organisations a working environment which meets modern standards. This one-year grant will contribute toward the cost of total upgrading including heating and ventilation s
|27 Oct 1998||Age Concern Teesside
The project will establish a Retirement Resource Centre to provide older people with technical information and advice, opportunities for active involvement as volunteers and training and information seminars. This one-year grant will contribute toward bu
|27 Oct 1998||Parkside and District Community Association
The project will provide management training for committee members in two modules. This two-year grant will pay for training for the management committee members.
|27 Oct 1998||Cleveland Alzheimers Residential Centre
The project is to set up a training unit, develop training packages for carers, volunteers and care staff and provide up to date information on Alzheimers and dementia care. This three-year grant will contribute toward the cost of equipment, salaries of t
|27 Oct 1998||Women's Health Advice Centre Ltd
This project will upgrade the Centre's internal operations, provide outreach services and also accredited counselling training for volunteers. This three-year grant will pay for two workers and training for staff and volunteers.
|27 Oct 1998||South West Durham Social Resource Centre
The project will use volunteers to provide low cost transport and assistance to people who through disability are unable to use community facilities. This three-year grant will contribute toward the costs of two staff, volunteer training and expenses, equ
|27 Oct 1998||St Alban & St Paul Trimdon Station Parochial Church Council
The project will extend and upgrade the church hall. This one-year grant will pay for an extension, heating system, disabled facilities and refurbished kitchen.
|27 Oct 1998||Riding Mill Village Hall
The project will replace the village hall now reaching the end of its useful life with a purpose built structure. This one-year grant will contribute toward the costs of demolition and site work, rebuilding, professional fees and furnishings.
|27 Oct 1998||North East Credit Union Development Group
The project is to provide training for North East Credit Union members to increase their knowledge of the legal framework in which Credit Unions operate and to improve the networking of members across the region. This three-year grant will contribute towa
|27 Oct 1998||Derwentside Council For Voluntary Service
The project will extend the work of the Volunteer Bureau in rural areas encouraging volunteering and active citizenship and producing a good practice guide for voluntary agencies using volunteers. This three-year grant will pay for three salaries, equipme
|27 Oct 1998||St. Chad's Community Project
The project will enable the continuation of childcare, family support services and training for local residents. This three-year grant will pay for three salaries and contribute toward running expenses and training for staff and volunteers.
|27 Oct 1998||Amble Development Trust
The project will establish an Opportunities Centre to recruit volunteers for the regeneration work of the Trust and provide a job search service. This three-year grant will contribute toward the costs of a Community Development Officer, Placement/Training
|27 Oct 1998||Consett & District YMCA
The project will develop youth work and engage in street work with 9-18 year olds giving information and advice and offering a range of activities. This three-year grant will pay for a full-time youth and community worker, minibus and training programmes
|27 Oct 1998||West View Advice & Resource Centre Ltd
The project will improve faciltities for this advice service. This one-year grant will pay for refurbishment and better disabled access.
|27 Oct 1998||Village Arts
This project will assist community groups and individuals in East Cleveland to access creative resources, training and volunteers and enable them to improve and promote their work. The three-year grant will contribute toward a co-ordinator's salary, compu
|27 Oct 1998||Stocksfield Institute Community Association
A project to refurbish the community centre and provide improved disabled access and toilet facilities. The one-year grant will contribute toward the building conversion work.
|27 Oct 1998||Durham Community Action Limited
The project will improve the training facilities and information resources of Durham Rural Community Council so enabling it to offer increased training and information to voluntary groups across County Durham. This one-year grant will pay for refurbishmen
|27 Oct 1998||Northumberland Womens Aid
The project will provide play sessions for children under six, support and advocacy for their parents and training of volunteers to work with the children. This three-year grant will contribute toward the costs of a child support worker, running costs, vo
|27 Oct 1998||Norland Road Community Association
The project will generate new activities and opportunities for local residents of all ages and encourage them to work together to improve their community. This three-year grant will pay for a development worker, sessional staff, creche and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Middlesbrough Environment City Trust Ltd
A project to involve local communities in Middlesbrough in the delivery of Agenda 21 which devises ways to make a environmentally sustainable future for the town in the 21st century. This three-year grant will pay for a Community Project Officer and for i
|26 Oct 1998||Northumberland National Park Authority
|£45,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||Howard Street Baptist Church
Howard Street Baptist Church, North Shields, Tyne & Wear
|£73,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 1998||Durham County Council
Bowes Museum, British Masterpieces, Paintings From the Royal Collection
|£73,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 1998||Middlesbrough Bowling Club
Redevelopment of changing facilities and social area.
|19 Oct 1998||Benwell Hill Cricket Club
Development of Cricket Field
|19 Oct 1998||Chester Le Street District Council
New Bowling Pavilion
|30 Sep 1998||Haydon Bridge Community Association
The community association serves a rural village. This one year grant will be used to demolish and rebuild the community centre, increasing the space available and developing additional activities.
|30 Sep 1998||Hartlepool Centre For The Deaf
The Centre, run by Deaf people, will provide support services and social opportunities for Deaf people. This three year grant will pay for three salaries, running costs and recruitment.
|30 Sep 1998||Wheatley Hill Mothers Club
The project to provide a safe play area is being undertaken by this group, in its 50th year, as part of a local community action plan. This one year grant will purchase and install play equipment on a secured site.
|30 Sep 1998||St Francis Luncheon Club
The club provides a weekly lunch for older and disabled people. This one year grant will pay for a short holiday in Norfolk for 18 people.
|30 Sep 1998||New Blakelaw Community Association
The association runs the local community centre, whose users include groups of elderly and disabled people. This one year grant will contribute toward the purchase of a new, fully accessible minibus.
|30 Sep 1998||Gateshead and South Tyneside Sight Service
The project will undertake a co-ordinating and supporting role to agencies working with visually impaired people in Northumberland and Tyneside. They will also develop new services, in partnership with other agencies. This three year grant will pay for o
|30 Sep 1998||Cresswell Village Hall
The village hall serves a small rural community. This one year grant will be used to fit out the kitchen in the village hall extension.
|30 Sep 1998||Thorney Close Action And Enterprise Centre
The project will recruit and train local volunteers to work in the community; it will also provide a child safety equipment loan service to families on the estate. This three year grant will pay for two full time salaries, safety equipment, office equipme
|30 Sep 1998||Hadrian Venture Scout Unit
The project will provide training for young people who are members of a new Venture Scout Unit. This three year grant will pay for training in first aid, food hygiene and the running of small groups.
|30 Sep 1998||Hartlepool Union Jacks Juvenile Jazz Band
The project will provide instruments for a young people's jazz band. This one year grant will purchase musical and percussion instruments.
|30 Sep 1998||Springwell Village Community Venue
The project is to purchase and install stage equipment in the village hall to continue productions by the village hall association and for use by other user groups. One off grant to buy sound equipment and backcloths.
|30 Sep 1998||Families In Care
The project offers support to families whose children have been taken into the care of the local authority. This three year grant will continue Charities Board support, paying for two staff salaries, running costs and training for staff and beneficiaries
|30 Sep 1998||Blyth Valley Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will establish a dedicated telephone enquiry line, linked to a computerised information database. This will provide a faster response and make the CAB service accessible to more people. This one year grant will purchase the computer and telep
|30 Sep 1998||Winlaton Mill Village Hall Committee
The village hall will be used for serving meals for older people. This one year grant will be used to purchase cooking and other kitchen equipment.
|30 Sep 1998||1338 (Seaham) Squadron Air Training Corps
The project will add a Portakabin extension to the existing building, enabling the group to increase the number and range of projects undertaken by its members. This one year grant will pay for site preparation, construction of a retaining wall, Portakabi
|30 Sep 1998||Hartlepool Mind
The project provides information, advice and support about mental health issues. This three year grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and to pay for one salary, running costs, publicity and volunteer expenses.
|30 Sep 1998||Wingrove Pre-School Centre
The project will continue the work of the playgroup, with children under 5 years who have special needs or are from disadvantaged families. This three year grant will contribute toward the costs of three salaries.
|30 Sep 1998||North Northumberland Day Hospice
The project will establish a hospice, providing day care for people with life threatening illnesses. This three year grant will pay for the refurbishment and furnishing of a building, and make a contirbution toward running costs
|30 Sep 1998||Skills for People
The organisation runs Key House (purchased with a Charities Board grant) - a centre run by 80 volunteers, the majority of whom have learning difficulties. This three year grant will be used to extend their existing drop-in service, paying for one salary a
|30 Sep 1998||Allington House Community Association
The project will improve facilities for local groups using Allington House, including a luncheon club for older people. This one year grant will be used to renovate and repair the existing building, increasing the number of meeting rooms available.
|30 Sep 1998||St Aidan's Community Centre Organisation
The community centre serves Brunton Park. This one year grant will contribute towards a new roof, the building of an extension, and other refurbishment including improving disabled access.
|30 Sep 1998||Stanley Youth Centre
The project will develop detached youth work, to encourage the participation of young people in a range of activities and opportunities. This three year grant will pay for three salaries and running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Stockton Churches Mission to the Single Homeless Ltd
The project will provide additional single accommodation and a larger dining area for residents at this hostel for homeless people. This one year grant will pay for extensions to the property and for professional fees.
|30 Sep 1998||The Safer Newcastle Partnership
The project will inform and encourage local action by voluntary groups to increase community safety, with an emphasis on involving young people in this process. This three year grant will pay for three salaries, office equipment, information materials, tr
|30 Sep 1998||Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse (North East)
The project will build upon a previous Charities Board grant, to meet the increasing demand for services from people who have suffered from abuse during childhood. This three year grant will pay for three salaries and the training and travelling costs for
|30 Sep 1998||Action by Differently Abled People in Tynedale
The project will continue work of ADAPT's Youth Initiative which aims to increase the social, leisure and sports opportunities for disabled young people. This two year grant will contribute to one salary, rent, running costs, training, travel and publicit
|30 Sep 1998||Epilepsy Outlook
The project will provide a range of services and support to people with epilepsy, their families and carers. This two year grant will pay for salaries, running costs, publicity materials, training and travel for staff and volunteers, rent and recruitment
|30 Sep 1998||Child Link Middlesbrough Limited
The project will upgrade existing IT hardware and software, to improve their advice and information service to parents, around issues relating to childcare and employment. This one year grant will pay for computers and a printer, software and internet con
|30 Sep 1998||Waterhouses (Durham) Community Association
The community association serves a small, relatively isolated village. This three year grant will be used to purchase and demolish a derelict building and build a new community centre; it includes a small amount for running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||South Tees Advocacy In Mental Health Project
This user-led project provides an independent advocacy service for people with mental health problems. This three year grant will pay for seven salaries, running costs, publicity, training and travel for staff and volunteers.
|30 Sep 1998||The Sunderland Deaf Society
A user led project which provides support and social activities for Deaf people. This two year grant will pay for refurbishment and improved disabled access to the centre, office equipment and two salaries.
|30 Sep 1998||Groundwork West Durham and Darlington
The project will provide technical assistance to community groups in County Durham, enabling them to undertake social and environmental community initiatives. This three year grant will contribute to the costs of computer and office equipment, two salarie
|30 Sep 1998||Parents in Need of Support (PINS)
The project will support and advise the parents and carers of young people who are involved in criminal or anti-social behaviour. This three year grant will pay for one salary and running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||West Rainton Community Playscheme
The project will provide a safe and secure play area for children in this small rural community. This one year grant will be used to purchase and install suitable play equipment.
|30 Sep 1998||Hilton Village Hall
This village hall serves a growing rural community. This one year grant will contribute to the extension and refurbishment of the hall, including improvements to disabled access.
|30 Sep 1998||Oakenshaw Community Association
The association serves a small, rural community. This one year grant will be used for the purchase and installation of play equipment.
|30 Sep 1998||Peterlee Residents In The District of Eden Hill (PRIDE)
The project will continue work with children and young people on the Edenhill estate. This three year grant will pay for the salary of one youth worker, previously funded by the Charities Board.