Lottery grants awarded to North East in 2002

1,719 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
23 Dec 2002 Gateshead Council

To improve access around the site for visitors by construction of boardwalking, steps and the resurfacing of footpaths, incorporating drainage mrasures. This work would also improve biodiversity by reducing the erosion of sensitive wetland habitats

£4,472 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Gateshead Council

To allow disabled access through areas of swamp by construction of 320m of boardwalk and surfaced paths with appropriate gated access points. Improve conditions of neglected SSSI grassland by installing 600m of post and wire fencing. This will enable the

£12,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 WRECASS

The Greener Grounds project aims to transform a barren tarmac playground into an attractive and interesting green space with access for the whole community. This will feature butterfly and sensory gardens with tactile and fragrant planting of tees, shrub

£8,203 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Leadgate Community Tearooms Association

A new door to door service will be created for easy access to local services: visits for doctors appointments, shopping, visiting friends and more. This service will particularly benefit the older community.

£4,999 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Hartlepool Borough Council

There is a three year programme to restore 10 Senior Footabll pitches on this site. It will involve vertidraining to relieve soil compaction and encourage root development to improve the wear and tolerenace of grasses. REgular top dressing with soil wil

£75,556 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Northumberland County Council

To produce strategic playing pitch strategy for Alnwick District and Berwick-upon-Tween Borough Coucnils, which examines cross boarder issues, and the assessment of need within a rurual area.

£6,600 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Hartlepool Borough Council

This is a 3 year programme to restor 2 Senior football pitches and establish a new pitch. I t will involve verticraining to relieve soil compaction and encourage root development to improve the wear and balance of the grasses. regular top dressings of so

£23,939 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Stockton on Tees Borough Council

The project involves major improvements to 3 existing grass pitches and the creation fo 3 new mini soccer pitches and the creation of 3 new soccer pitches on the site of a former red gra pitch. the improvements to existing grass pitches will involve drai

£85,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Hartlepool Borough Council

This is a 3 yera programme to restor the 2 senior football pitches on this site. It will invovle vertidraining to relieve soil compaction and encourage root development to improve the wear and tolerence of grasses. There will aslo be more regular top dres

£13,643 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Hartlepool Borough Council

This is a 3 year programme to restore the 8 senior football and 3 rugby pitches onsite involving vertidraining to relieve compaction and encourage root development to improve the wear tolerance of grasses. REgular top dressing with sand will be undertake

£91,980 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Hartlepool Borough Council

This is a 3 year programme to restore the Senior Football and rugby pitches on this site. It will involve vertidraining to relieve soil compaction and encourage root development to imprvoe the wear and tolerance of grasses. Top dressing with sand will be

£15,383 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Reid Street Primary School

WE intend to create an environment which encourages active physical play and learning. This will include climbing frames, and a climbing wall to develop skills of co-ordination, promote healthy activity, safety training as well as challenge and be an opp

£10,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Cassop Primary School

We wish to transform one area of the infant school yard from a featureless rectangle of tarmac into an exciting and secure play area. We will make this accessible during structured play sessions. It will also be used by parents with young children from

£10,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Benedict Biscop C.E Aided Primary School

Adventure trail will enable outdoor adventure element of PE curriculum to take place, Increased variety of PE pupils level of fitness will improve, alongside increasing general health awareness-greater self esteem and self confidence. Increased opportuni

£10,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Hartlepool Borough Council

This is a three year programme to restore the 2 junior football pitches on this site. It will involve verti-draining to relieve soil compaction and to encourage root development to improve the wear and tolerance of grass. Regular top dressings with sand

£13,643 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 North Tyneside Council

Led by a new 'Wildspace Officer' the project aims to increase the number of Local Nature Reserves in the Borough of North Tyneside, particularly in those wards deprived of such greenspace, and to meet biodiversity targets relating to priority species and

£73,567 New Opportunities Fund
23 Dec 2002 Durham County Council

District Playing Pitch study

£5,350 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2002 Jarrow PCC

ST PAUL'S

£26,604 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2002 PCC of Bensham

St Chads

£56,454 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Dec 2002 Laygate School

To use the school grounds to increase sport and health related activities in our out-of-school club, with sports development and holiday scheme partnerships. Whole school participation in skip and jump rope games to promote cardio vascular activity. An i

£10,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2002 Farne Primary School

The outcomes of this project will be: A safer yard surface and brighter & more stimulating play area. Markings which will suit children aged 4 -7 A Curriculum resource. A greater range of play activities. Tracks etc which can be used in conjunction with t

£10,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2002 Durham County Council

To improve the recreation ground in Frosterley, Weardale which suffers from frequent flooding. Improvements will raise the level of the pitch, drainage, cultivation and reseeding to enable community useage all year round.

£16,756 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2002 Gateshead Council

The site currently has two adult and one junior football pitches, two rugby, one hockey pitch and later this year, a dedicated mini soccer pitch. Funding would be used to imnprove pitch drainage on 2 x adult and 1 x junior football pitches. Thus improv

£36,593 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2002 Seaham Town Council

To improve the drainage of the cricket outfield and of the Junior football pitch to enable use for other sports users and informal use. For exampleJunior football 5 aside, hockey and Junior training.

£35,810 New Opportunities Fund
19 Dec 2002 Kilton Thorpe School

The school aim to provide as part of their long-term plan, curriculum areas especially for PE, Science and PHSE and the post 16 curriculum. They will provide socialising areas and a more stimulating environment for pupils. This will result in an improve

£10,000 New Opportunities Fund
19 Dec 2002 Durham Wildlife Trust

Water Vole Recovery Plan for North East Durham

£49,050 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Dec 2002 RS Productions

Zentropa (2)

£825 UK Film Council
18 Dec 2002 Saltburn Community & Arts Association

Saltburn Cinema Project

£1,460 UK Film Council
16 Dec 2002 Named Individual

THE BBC

£800 UK Film Council
16 Dec 2002 Billingham Rugby Union Football Club

Relocation of Billingham Rugby Football Union Club.

£775,019 Sport England
16 Dec 2002 Willington Cricket Club

New Pavilion-Willington Cricket Club-Wear Valley D.C.

£295,060 Sport England
16 Dec 2002 Thornley Parish Council

"Welfare Park, Thornley"

£35,915 Sport England
16 Dec 2002 Newcastle City Council

West Denton Football Fields

£82,085 Sport England
16 Dec 2002 Newcastle City Council

Kenton Community College

£99,115 Sport England
16 Dec 2002 Rift House Primary School

Learning through Landscsapes

£10,000 Sport England
16 Dec 2002 Peterlee Town Council

"Lowhills Road, Peterlee"

£73,561 Sport England
11 Dec 2002 Alnwick & District Beekeeping Association

NORTHUMBRIA HONEYBEE HERITAGE PROJECT

£19,474 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2002 Prudhoe Gleemen

PRUDHOE GLEEMEN CENTENARY PROJECT

£15,876 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 2002 Arts Education Team, University of Northumberland at Newcast

Music: Building for the Future

£174,847 Arts Council England
10 Dec 2002 Named Individual

H2O

£1,250 UK Film Council
9 Dec 2002 Wildcat Films/ Wildcat Flying Ltd

Flight

£5,000 UK Film Council
6 Dec 2002 University Of Newcastle

Memory and Forgetting

£15,000 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2002 Middlesbrough Council

Steel Works

£7,230 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2002 Consett Brass

Celebration Through Expansion and Improvement

£15,000 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2002 Theatre Sans Frontieres

New Resources

£30,717 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2002 The Lawnmowers Independent Theatre Co Ltd

The Elvis Experience

£8,175 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2002 Pirates Den Out of School Childcare Project Limited

The grant will be used to sustain 26 holiday places, 26 after school places and 26 before school places in Gateshead.

£24,537 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2002 North Tyneside Council

The project will create 66 new childcare places by building a new nursery within a Sure Start Centre in Wallsend, Newcastle upon Tyne.

£365,424 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2002 North Tyneside Council

The project aims to create 20 new Neighbourhood Nursery Initiative places by re-modelling the internal layout of an existing nursery in North Tyneside.

£90,800 New Opportunities Fund
5 Dec 2002 Wolsingham Wayfarers

The Wolsingham Wheelchair Walk

£21,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Dec 2002 RS Productions

Frozen

£40,000 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 Named Individual

The Grace Hotel

£5,000 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 Named Individual

Eagles Nest

£10,000 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 Wildcat Films

Flight

£12,000 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 University Of Teesside

Animex 2003

£20,000 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 Named Individual

Michael Mitchell's Participation In 2003 EAVE Programme with Writer Michael Keillor and Pinball Films Feature film project WIPEOUT

£4,845 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 Named Individual

Down Amongst The Dead Men

£6,000 UK Film Council
4 Dec 2002 Northumbria Tourist Board

Presenting the wall - visitor information and orientation

£133,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Dec 2002 Named Individual

Attendance at Moonstone Filmmakers Lab, Connemara,Ireland

£1,875 UK Film Council
3 Dec 2002 Tyne & Wear Museums

Fossil Zone: (redisplay of the balcony geology gallery, Hancock Museum)

£50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Dec 2002 Northern Print Studio

Memory and Forgetting

£26,800 Arts Council England
2 Dec 2002 Middlesbrough Council

Linthorpe Cemetery Restoration

£596,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2002 Royal Quays Community Trust

This Development Project Will Provide A Community Facility Where A Number Of Services And Leisure Pursuits Will Be Provided Including Training Courses On It, English, Maths, Childcare, Sign Language, And Languages. The Project Will Also Provide Parent And

£163,600 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Darlington Samaritans

This organisation provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair including those which may lead to suicide 24 hours a day 365 days a year. This project is to enhance this service by making the opera

£166,345 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 North East Pensioners Association

The Association works for the benefit of older people. It seeks to represent their views on a multitude of social and welfare issues in order to improve living standards and ensure equality of treatment.. The project will tackle social exclusion, build

£84,435 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Upper Teesdale Agricultural Support Services Ltd

UTASS was originally set up 2 years ago with the support of Durham Rural Community Council but became fully independent in May 2002. Its main aim is to reduce isolation and stress in the agricultural community. Although UTASS serves the whole community a

£190,625 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Gateshead Crossroads

The project is a young carers support service, which offers one to one support and issue-based group support.

£196,294 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Consett Churches Detached Youth Project

The Project Will Both Increase And Strengthen The Organisations Ability To Provide A Detached Youth Work Service To Disaffected Young People, Providing Training For Workers And Volunteers, Attendance At Various Forums, Developing Their Internal Multimedia

£234,616 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 The Comfrey Project

The Organisation Promote The Health And Well Being Of Asylum Seekers And Refugees By Reducing The Profound Isolation, Loneliness And Boredom Felt By Many. This Project Will Offer Allotment Based Horticultural Activities In Up To Four Locations. It Will

£130,764 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Easington & District Citizens Advice Bureau

The project is to continue an outreach advice service previously funded by Coalfields Regeneration Trust, Northern Rock Foundation and Durham & Darlington Health Authority.

£163,760 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Millennium Phab Club

The project will expand the opportunities for young women between the age of 14-25 who experience disability, to integrate and participate with non-disabled young women in social and educational settings. The objective is to encourage independence throug

£179,026 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Advocacy in Gateshead and South Tyneside

The project will provide an additional member of staff to offer one to one advocacy assistance for adults with learning disabilities.

£77,300 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Longbenton Youth Project

This project gives young people access to greater variety of opportunities, that will support them in developing their social, personal and educational skills. They particularly aim to support young people into employment and to support young parents

£139,020 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Chester-le-Street & District Council for Voluntary Service a

The project is to employ a full-time development worker to work with voluntary and community groups to enable the development of good practise, act as advisor/mediator to groups where necessary and facilitate the development of new groups to meet unmet ne

£67,239 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Northumberland County Blind Association

The project will expand volunteer outreach services to visually impaired people in rural Northumberland. A variety of hobby groups and clubs will be formed and beneficiaries, primarily older people, will be offered training in specific techniques and ski

£139,260 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Skills for People

The Project Will Provide Empower People With Learning Disabilities Through The Provision Of Peer Support, Peer Training, Friendship Groups And The Promotion Of The Project Aims In Decision Making Forums. The Project Will Also Enable Proffessionals To Obta

£126,888 Community Fund
28 Nov 2002 Newcastle City Council

Marking the Wall - Education & Outreach

£335,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2002 Middleton Plus

Meet the Middletons

£50,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2002 Durham County Carers Support

Project will supplement present support for carers by providing a Mental Health Support worker to specifically support carers who are looking after someone with a mental health illness, some form of dementia or a learning disability.

£74,620 Community Fund
26 Nov 2002 Cowpen Community Association

The Briardale Community Gardens Project aims to provide training and employment opportunities to people living within the wards of Blyth Valley. This will be achieved through a comprehensive range of activities and practical work experience in an environm

£35,965 New Opportunities Fund
25 Nov 2002 Named Individual

Jez Arrow Mentoring Visit to 'Wicker Park' In Montreal

£1,500 UK Film Council
25 Nov 2002 'Coyote' Youth Theatre

This Group Helps Young People In Their Area To Develop Physically, Mentally And Spiritually. The Award Means They Can Produce A Feature Film Based On George Orwell'S Classic '1984' And In Relation To The Lives Of Young People In Contemporary Grangetown.

£4,992 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Ovingham Middle School

An Award Will Enable This School To Develop Extra-Curricular Basketball Activities.

£4,766 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Royal Artillery Association - Middlesbrough Branch

This Group Of Ex-Servicemen Would Like Funds To Enable Them To Undertake A Trip To Visit Various Sites Of Interest To Them, Such As The Headquarters In Woolwich And Various Military Museum

£2,642 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Dame Dorothy Primary School

An Award Will Enable This School To Establish An Extra-Curricular Gymnastics Club.

£4,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Redcar and Cleveland City Learning Centre

This City Learning Centre Aims To Provide Educational Facilities For The Schools And Wider Community Of Its Area. The Award Means They Can Host A Week Of Arts Based Activities For 16 Local Schools And The Local Community. They Can Also Now Run A 12 Week A

£4,798 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Adderlane First School

This Local School Would Like To Set Up An After School Development Programme For Football. The Award Will Pay For Equipment And Coaching.

£3,980 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Hexham East First School

This School Is Seeking To Improve The Outdoor Play Facilities That It Has For Early Years Children. The Award Will Be Used To Purchase Climbing Equipment, Toys And Sand/Gravel Pits.

£4,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Havelock Day Centre Members Association

This group based at the Havelock Centre provides facilities for the benefit of its members who are disabled. The award will pay for garden equipment.

£1,210 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Yohden Primary School

The Award Means This School Can Develop An Out Of Hours 'Top Start' (Gymnastics) Club For Their Younger Children, To Help Them Develop Basic Ball And Movement Skills. The Can Also Set Up An Out Of Hours Hockey Club For Those That Wish To Develop Their Hoc

£3,791 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Morpeth & District Credit Union Savings Group

This Group Are Set Up To See If Their Area Could Benefit From A Credit Union. The Award Means They Can Take Their Next Step And Create A Credit Union For Their Area.

£3,844 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Big Club Over 60's

This Group Provides Social, Leisure And Educational Activities For People Over 60 In Their Area. They Would Like To Take Their Members And Guests To Visit The Royal Yacht And Edinburgh.

£2,381 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Liverton Mines Homing Society

This Group Promote And Provide For The Sport Of Pigeon Racing In Their Area. The Award Will Help Them To Rebuild Their Group After A Devastating Fire Which Recently Destroyed Their Premises And All Their Equipment.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Darlington Bangladeshi Welfare Association

This Group Represent The Bangladeshi Community Of Darlington. The Award Means They Can Do A Feasibility Study To Find Out If Their Community Would Benefit From A Community Centre.

£4,890 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Newsham Homing Society

This Organisation Seeks To Promote The Sport And Values Of Pigeon Racing In The Newsham Area. The Award Will Be Used To Improve The Roof Of The Storage And Marking Centre And To Purchase Extra Panniers.

£3,437 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Stroke Club Mark 2

This Group Which Has Now Been Running For A Year Is Trying To Build Up The Club And Its Activities. The Awards Will Pay For Speakers And Workshop Instructors For The Group Sessions, And For Outings For The Members.

£1,637 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Seaham and District Short Mat Bowls Club

This Group Aim To Improve The Quality Of Life For Members, With Gentle Exercise & Pleasant Social Contact In A Cordial Environment. An Award Will Pay For Additional Equipment.

£1,484 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Bill Quay Albion Cricket Club

This Club Promotes The Sport Of Cricket At All Levels. The Award Will Enable The Club To Relay 2 Cricket Pitches.

£4,200 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 North Eastern Disabled Motorist Club

This Group Is Set Up To Help Disabled People To Live As Independently As Possible. The Award Will Help Them Purchase A Caravan With Well Developed Disabled Access To Replace The Existing Caravan Which Prevents People With Certain Types Of Disabilities Fro

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 Nov 2002 Stranton Bowling Club

This Group Provides Flat Green Bowling Opportunities For Its Members. The Award Will Pay For Equipment For Juniors And For Coach Education.

£2,661 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme