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|28 Dec 2000||Northumberland Library Service
Northumberland Library Service
|£930,276||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||South Tyneside LEA
To develop new and additional learning opportunities for pupils through a variety of out of school hours learning activities including homework, key skills, study support, creative arts, science and sports clubs.
|£733,130||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||City of Sunderland LEA
City of Sunderland LEA
|£1,292,181||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||Trinity Youth Association
Trinity Youth Association, a registered charity, will be working with five schools within an area of Northumberland to provide a range of out of hours learning activities and summer school activities for two secondary schools.
|£132,897||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||Peterlee Education Action Zone
Peterlee Education Action Zone
|£228,332||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Dec 2000||County Durham LEA
To set up a network of clubs in sport, art, technology, drama and music in twelve schools in Newton Aycliffe. Durham LEA will work in partnership with the Aycliffe Learning Town partnership.
|£197,791||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Dec 2000||David Metcalfe Associates
|£32,293||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2000||Sunderland City Council
Music and Creative Thinking
|£18,000||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2000||First Step North East
Asian women in Newcastle will benefit from this project at the First Step learning centre in the city. It will improve access to information and communication technologies (ICT) in Newcastle-+s west end, with the use of mother-tongue word processing packa
|£66,251||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||Reviving the Heart of the West End
Eight Newcastle upon Tyne voluntary and community groups are involved in this project teaching information and communication technologies (ICT) skills. It brings together eight organisations as a partnership called BELL NET and is expected to benefit 680
|£234,482||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||Stockton on Tees Borough Council
Information and communication technologies (ICT) learning will be enhanced at 17 venues in the Tees Valley area through this project. The `Stockton on Line-+ network, which submitted the project, is a community network which aims to provide access to ICT l
|£345,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||Derwentside College
Improving access to information and communications technologies (ICT) learning is the aim of this project. It will expand facilities for ICT learning at sites in Consett, Stanley and Chester le Street, Co. Durham, so that an estimated 1,300 people will be
|£129,715||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||The Hermitage School
Encouraging more than six hundred local people to learn about information and communications technologies (ICT) is the goal of this project. It aims to develop existing ICT provision at the Hermitage Centre as well as creating new learning opportunities
|£58,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||New College Durham
New College Durham
|£63,001||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||Bishop Auckland College
A range of information and communications technologies (ICT) courses will be provided at the Tow Law community centre in the Wear Valley. Among those targeted by the project, which builds on existing provision at Tow Law community centre, are lone parents
|£32,032||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||Age Concern North Tyneside
This Age Concern project aims to provide training in computers and communication technology for older people on Tyneside. The project will use laptop computers to deliver an `outreach-+ service in the community for people who would have difficulty travelli
|£50,006||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Dec 2000||Computer Gym
Deprived estates in North Tyneside and Newcastle will be targeted with two mobile technology learning centres.The project, aims to bring information and communications technologies (ICT) facilities, including the internet, to people who are unlikely to s
|£150,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Dec 2000||Hartlepool Borough Council
"New Sports Hall,Netball Courts,Outdoor courts etc"
|11 Dec 2000||Berwick Sailing Club
Berwick Upon Tweed Sailing Club - New Storage Facility - Berwick Upon Tweed Council
|7 Dec 2000||Craft Works
|£9,950||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 2000||Guisborough Town Council
Bakehouse Square Mural
|£8,400||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 2000||Headway Theatre
Headway Theatre Production Equipment
|£19,277||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 2000||University Of Newcastle
Repro: Print Making Inspired by Reproductive Technology & Genetics
|£4,350||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 2000||Acorn Trust
Play in a Day
|£18,000||Arts Council England|
|6 Dec 2000||Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council
Maiden's Walk Coal Drops - Restoration
|£137,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Dec 2000||The Arbeia Society
SOUTH TYNESIDE COASTAL SURVEY
|£9,840||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2000||Castleton Danby and District Bowling Club
This group provides outdoor bowling facilities and has successfully formed a junior section. The project is to purchase additional equipment to cater for its numbers increasing in the junior section. 8 sets of small bowls carrying bags and one long meas
|29 Nov 2000||C.A.T.S. (Childrens Amateur Theatre Shildon)
This Newly Formed Group Aims To Provide The Facilities Needed To Teach Young People All Aspects Of Theatre Work. The Award Is For Stage Make-Up, Scenery, Lights And Costumes, And Stationary, Scripts , Publicity And Volunteer Expenses.
|£3,061||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2000||The Dance Factory
The Group Works Within The Community And Particularly With Young People To Encourage, Develop And Extend Skills Throughout All Forms Of Contemporary Dance. The Group Wish To Facilitate The Commissioning Of Two New Works As Part Of Their New Repertoire.
|£3,439||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2000||Willington Youth Theatre
This group would like to purchase stage equipment to allow them to put on productions of a larger scale and teach young people the skills of theatrical work. The award is for light and sound equipment, and materials for props, costumes and make-up.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2000||The Valley Players
This Group Would Like To Purchase New Stage Lighting Equipment And Cabling To Replace Outdated And Inadequate System. The Award Is For Stage Lighting Equipment And Cabling.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2000||Hartlepool Cultural Arts and Drama Society
This New Group Work With Statutory And Voluntary Organisations In Order To Bring Dramatic And Theatrical Productions To Local People. They Want To Organise Workshops, Purchase Equipment For Productions And Promote Their Group. The Award Is For Theatre H
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2000||Community Arts Project Group
This Group Would Like To Employ A Development Worker, 9 Hrs Per Week For One Year, To Work With Both The Committee And Users To Progress The Work Of The Group. The Award Is For The Salary For One Development Worker For One Year Plus Travel Costs.
|£4,999||Arts Council England|
|29 Nov 2000||Consett Disabled Persons Club
This well established group supports the social activiites of disabled people and people with chronic ill health who live in Consett. The roof of the building needs recovering to prevent damage to the interior but more importantly to allow the group to m
|29 Nov 2000||Willington Community Partnership
The long term aims of this group is to create a one stop shop community resource centre in the District of Wear Valley. In the short term the group need to conduct a building feasibility study and the employment of a consultant to produce a project feasi
|29 Nov 2000||Men Only Drop-In Service
This group aim to fund a feasibility study to research which regions of the North East most need their help in providing a men only drop in service. They also plan to receive specific training for volunteers and members of the group. The award is for res
|29 Nov 2000||Multi Cultural Integration Centre
This group promotes racial harmony to all inhabitants of the North East, organising workshops, seminars, lectures and exhibitions. The award is for a computer/software in community languages, the production of publicity materials, tutor fees/educational m
|29 Nov 2000||Eastenders Health and Activity Club
This group would like to arrange a number of events to help combat social isolation and develop the interests of members. The award will cover the costs of speakers, demonstrators, visits to places of interest and a Christmas celebration.
|29 Nov 2000||Families Against Bullying
This group would like to purchase equipment to provide therapeutic, recreational and educational facilities for victims of bullying. The award will cover the costs of a computer package, TV, video and hifi, aswell as video tapes and music cd's.
|29 Nov 2000||V.I.P. Friendship Group
The would like to purchase 2 tandem cycles for visually impaired people. They aim to create a new activity that will encourage social inclusion and fitness. The award will fund 2 tandem cycles with specialist accessories and 1 years running costs for the
|29 Nov 2000||Friends of Albany Court
This group want to purchase a range of recreational equipment that will replace and upgrade the facilities they currently have. They hope this will encourage more people to take up physical activities which will be particularly beneficial to elderly peopl
|29 Nov 2000||People and Drugs
This group promotes non drug using lifestyles to those using drugs and those at risk. They aim to make a non alcoholic teenbar a more attractive venue for young people to use, including providing more stimulating activities, discussions and developing mor
|29 Nov 2000||The Crookhall Foundation
The group provides recreation and leisure facilities for the inhabitants of Crookhall and surrounding neighbourhood. They plan to improve the play area for local children. The award is for the preparation of the site and construction materials.
|29 Nov 2000||Women's Health Advice Centre Ltd
This group provides information and counselling services to women in the Wansbeck area. The project aims to develop a long term funding strategy and business plan in order to strengthen the business side of the organisation The award is for transport a
|29 Nov 2000||Complex Friends
This newly formed group aim to hold a Christmas celebration that will bring together older people who live in the local area. The award is for a Christmas meal with entertainment and transport costs.
|29 Nov 2000||Gateshead and South Tyneside Deaf Children's Society
This group provides assistance and support for deaf children and promote deaf awareness. They want to hold a special Christmas celebration for the children. The award is for hire of leisure centre, playland activities, catering, transport, disco and gift
|29 Nov 2000||Greencroft Ladies Club
The project will allow this womens group to improve and extend their existing social, audio and recreational facilities. The grant will buy PA system, projector and supplementary equipment. Lecturn and recreational equipment.
|29 Nov 2000||Barningham Village Hall
The group are undertaking the refurbishment of the village hall to provide better facilities for all the residents in the village re-surface courtyard and provide furniture for small meeting room
|29 Nov 2000||The Young Ones (Durham) Youth Club
This charitable organisation provides facilities for recreation and personal development for young people with learning disabilities. The group would like to enhance their range of activities through improving their safety procedures. The award is for a
|29 Nov 2000||Hurworth Grange Senior Citizens Club
This group provides a monthly social services to older people and people with disabilities who are on very low incomes. Portable microphone and pa system, travel and outing expenses.
|29 Nov 2000||Castleward Division Guide Association
This guide group would like to improve their camping equipment. The award is for 8 tents.
|29 Nov 2000||Millennium Phab Club
This group provides integrated activities for able-bodied and disabled young people. They want to pilot a volunteer recruitment and training project. The award is for room hire, the production of a handbook for volunteers, travel expenses for volunteers
|29 Nov 2000||Barley Mow & Birtley Housebound Club
The housebound club would like to finance the transport and other expenses of housebound people. The award is for special transport, the rent of a hall, plus administration costs.
|29 Nov 2000||Cleadon Park Community Centre
The centre provides a focus for community activity and includes groups such as youth club, fitness classes, arts and handicrafts. They would like to improve their facilities and promote their healthy eating campaign. The award is for a fridge/freezer, a
|29 Nov 2000||Annfield Plain Communal Club
This group provides social activities for the elderly, including bingo evenings, coffee mornings etc. The award is for new curtains, chairs, tables, decorating costs and various items of crockery and cutlery.
|29 Nov 2000||1st Wallsend Guide Unit
This group would like to purchase a computer and keyboard to enable the guides to widen their knowledge of Guide Associations in other countries. The award is for a computer and keyboard.
|29 Nov 2000||Brinkburn Community Assocation
A project to purchase extend the facilities for young people and children using the community association. In particular this is to set up a special needs and able body playgroup. Portable ball pool/balls, crash mats and baby changing table and mat.
|29 Nov 2000||Whitley Bay Voluntary Committee for the Blind
This group would like to provide social activities for blind people, e.g. full day outings etc. The award is for summer outings, theatre visits and 'get together' meetings.
|29 Nov 2000||Rainbow Fun Club
This group provides a safe environment for children to interact, play and develop skills outside of school hours. They would like to provide outings, transport from school to the club for the children and a training and activity programme. The award is
|29 Nov 2000||Benton Estate Community Group
This group would like to carry out special security alterations, decorate the premises and purchase equipment. The award is for security alterations, decoration, promotion, internet access and equipment and materials.
|29 Nov 2000||Allendale Community Centre
This community group would like to bring their main community room up to an acceptable standard for the Millennium, providing a facility for the inhabitants of Byker and surrounding areas. The award is for redecoration costs, new upholstery and carpets, n
|29 Nov 2000||STOPGAP
This group would like to complete the refurbishment of the StopGap house for people who either sleep rough or find themselves temporarily homeless. The award is for total refurbishment costs including materials, plumbing, hardware, tiling etc.
|29 Nov 2000||Scotswood Playgroup
This group provides a safe and secure envionment for pre-school children to learn and develop through play. They would like to cover parents fees and volunteer expenses as well as funding outings and upgrading play equipment. The award is for play equipm
|29 Nov 2000||Hendon Young Peoples Project
This group want to produce a monthly bulletin which will be designed, produced and distributed by the young people. The award is for an entertainment studio performance computer, workstations, magazine and leaflet display units, an overhead projector and
|29 Nov 2000||Endeavour Residents' Action Group
The group are a very active residents association within the Belle Vue area of Hartlepool. They want to more actively support the isolated elderly living in their community. Cost of outing and refreshments
|29 Nov 2000||Stanhope Community Association
The project will allow the group to engage the services of a chartered architect to carry out a feasibility study for the provision of a community building Architects fees
|29 Nov 2000||Marske By The Sea Cricket Club
A project to purchase equipment to improve the playing and practice facilities for this cricket club located within an area identified within the NE regional focus. The award is for portable cricket net new sightscreen and a bowling machine
|29 Nov 2000||Borough of Stockton Swim Scheme
This Group Want To Provide Extra Training Sessions For Their Members To Help Them Compete To A Higher Level. They Also Want To Train Volunteers In Coaching Skills. The Award Is For Pool Session Time And Training Courses.
|29 Nov 2000||Stepney Bank Stables Ltd
This group would like to provide a range of fun and enjoyable horse based activities for 8-12 year olds, culminating in a Residential Summer Camp. The award is for a trainer, hire of horses and equipment, residential summer camp, newsletters and equipment
|29 Nov 2000||Hexham Rowing Club
The Group Provide Facilities For Members To Develop Their Rowing Skills And The Opportunity To Compete. They Want To Render Their Equipment Suitable For Use By Women And Disabled People. The Award Is For The Upgrading Of Existing Equipment And To Purchas
|29 Nov 2000||Balkwell Carpet Bowls Club
"The Bowls Club Would Like To Purchase More Indoor Equipment To Allow More People To Participate. Bowling Mats, Bowls And Storage Bags"
|29 Nov 2000||Whitburn Archers
The Project Will Provide This New Group With Start Up Equipment To Establish An Archery Club In Order To Facilitate The Ongoing Development Of The Sport Within The Area. The Award Is For Training Equipment And A Shooting Range.
|29 Nov 2000||Backworth Residents Association (Community Centre)
"This Group Aims To Promote The Interests And Provide A Range Of Recreational Activities For The Local Community. They Want To Purchase Carpet Bowls Equipment. The Award Is For Bowling Carpets, 2 Sets Of Carpet Bowls And 2 Score Boards."
|29 Nov 2000||Tyne & Wear Girls Cadette Basketball Club
This Group Was Formed To Provide The Opportunity For Girls Between The Ages Of 11-16 To Take Part In Basketball. The Group Would Like To Obtain Professional Assistance To Develop The Team. The Award Is For New Strips And Fees For Coaches And Officials.
|29 Nov 2000||The Kilham and Kirknewton Archery Association
"This Newly Formed Group Would Like To Purchase Archery Equipment And Enable Two Adults To Gain Coaching Qualifications. The Award Is For Miscellaneous Archery Equipment, Coaching Certificates For 2 Adults And The Fee For A Certified Coach To Visit The Cl
|29 Nov 2000||Parampara
"The Project Will Contribute Towards A Healthy Living And Exercise Programme For Muslim Women And Children, In Particular Swimming Lessons Hire Of Swimming Pool, Instructors And Lifeguards"
|29 Nov 2000||Beis Rochel
This group provides library services for people within the Jewish community of Gateshead, particularly for disabled or housebound people. They want to develop and improve their services, with a focus on the needs of disabled children. The award is for ne
|29 Nov 2000||40th Hartlepool Scout Group
The group want to purchase a variety of kayaks and accompanying equipment as well as a suitable trailer to allow more members to participate in activities.
|29 Nov 2000||Acklam R. U. F. C. Junior Rugby
A junior rugby club that wants to establish four new junior teams and extend their facilities, coaching and activities to these groups.Award for contribution to transport costs for away games, training equipment, coaching publicity and fees for competitio
|29 Nov 2000||Lowick Youth Football Club
This group provides opportunities for children (5-14) to participate in football and mini soccer training sessions and competitive Matches.The award is for football equipment, junior team manager courses, NCF coaching courses, FA coaching certificate cour
|24 Nov 2000||Middlesbrough Borough Council
Part of Middlesbrough-+s Study Support Strategy this programme aims to promote and encourage imaginative and effective out of school learning programmes to raise achievement, motivation and self-esteem.
|£857,163||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 Nov 2000||Seaham & Easington Education Action Zone
To raise the achievement of pupils by introducing an extended curriculum through out of school hours learning. Activities will include art, drama, music, ICT, science, language, dance, sport and homework clubs.
|£189,532||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 Nov 2000||Newcastle City Council
The grant has been awarded to Newcastle City Local Education Authority.
|£56,425||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Nov 2000||CITY OF SUNDERLAND
TYNE & WEAR SPORT
|15 Nov 2000||Darlington Borough Council
South Park, Darlington - Restoration
|£2,934,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Nov 2000||Tyneside Cinema
Making a sustainable Tyneside Cinema
|£60,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Tees Dance Initiative
TDI Phase 2
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Gateshead Arts Association
Arts Equipment Bank
|£22,133||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals Nhs Trust
Pilot residency scheme for artist at the Northern Centre for Cancer Treatment
|£10,350||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Northern Screen Commission
Northern Film Office
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||The Avison Ensemble
Music in Your Life - Classical Music in New Contexts
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Leisure Tynedale
Soft Play Artists' Commission, Pruhoe Waterworld
|£18,650||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Miskin, Paul
|£12,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Nov 2000||Monster Theatre Productions
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Nov 2000||County Durham Foundation
A Scheme offering up to 140 Awards to individuals not previously involved with coalfield regeneration to lead motivate and inspire their local community to become actively involved in the regeneration of disadvantaged former coalfield areas at both local
|2 Nov 2000||Scotswood Natural Community Garden Home of Drift Permacult
The group runs a community garden in an inner city location which is a recreational area for local people but also a facility for education and training in sustainable gardening. The applicant's Mosaic project is claimed to be visionary yet practical whi
|2 Nov 2000||The Wharton Trust
The organisation offers a range of community services and activities including resource centre IT training a worklink programme and various social and recreational activities. They are seeking funds to install a lift and to extend their existing progra
|2 Nov 2000||Hartlepool Women's Aid
The Search Project Provides Support And Counselling To Men And Women Who Have Suffered Sexual Abuse Or Rape. Services Include Face To Face Counselling, Support In Accessing Services, Advice And Referral, Awareness Raising On Issues Of Domestic Violence An
|2 Nov 2000||Hartlepool Voluntary Development Agency Limited
The organisation provides a range of general and specialist support for existing and new voluntary organisations and community groups in Hartlepool. This project would continue to support both the agency's general development work and the volunteer burea
|2 Nov 2000||Cotherstone Village Hall
The project is to remove and replace a potentially dangerous roof on the older part of the Village Hall. The one-year grant will contribute to the removal and replacement of the roof. Balance of funding from Teesdale Village Halls' Consortium (-ú6,729), a