Lottery grants awarded to Chester Le Street in 1998

13 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
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.

£1,910 Community Fund
19 Oct 1998 Chester Le Street District Council

New Bowling Pavilion

£67,582 Sport England
31 Aug 1998 Ouston Housebound Club

A grant for kitchen equipment to support an older peoples group that provides meals and social activities for local people. A grant for kitchen equipment to support an older peoples group that provides meals and social activities for local people.

£5,000 Community Fund
31 Aug 1998 Society for Disabled Artists (Chester le Street)

A group that organises social activities for able bodied and disabled people with an interest in art. The grant will fund television and video equipment. A group that organises social activities for able bodied and disabled people with an interest in art.

£550 Community Fund
31 Aug 1998 Bullion Day Club

The group provides a social meeting place for people who are housebound. A grant for equipment, activities and an ongoing programme of events. The group provides a social meeting place for people who are housebound. A grant for equipment, activities and a

£2,476 Community Fund
31 Aug 1998 Ouston and Urpeth Conservation Volunteers

A group who aim to improve their local environment by involving local people in their activities. The grant will fund tools, seeds, hire of skips. A group who aim to improve their local environment by involving local people in their activities. The gran

£2,535 Community Fund
5 Jun 1998 West Pelton Over 60s Social Club

An older peoples group that aims to bring pleasure, company and entertainment to its members. The grant is for transport for outings and entertainment.

£500 Community Fund
5 Jun 1998 Chester-le-Street Mind

Group aims to promote good mental health and provide support to people with mental health problems. Grant is for reference books, audio and visual materials and training publications to establish a library within the MIND premises.

£2,400 Community Fund
3 May 1998 Ouston Community Association

Providing a variety of recreational and play activities for children and young people. Grant is for volunteer expenses, art & craft materials and a computer.

£3,106 Community Fund
3 May 1998 Auckland Stroke Club

Group aims to improve the quality of life of people who have suffered strokes by providing social, recreational and therapeutic activities, advice, support and respite care. Grant is for general running expenses and office equipment.

£2,468 Community Fund
3 May 1998 Grange Villa Action Group

Group aims to enhance the environment of this small ex-mining village by improving derelict land, planting flowers and shrubs, managing local woodland and organising the annual Fun Day. Grant is for computer equipment and training.

£1,500 Community Fund
3 May 1998 Pelton Housebound Club

Group provides company for elderly, housebound people who are unable to get out unassisted. Grant is for a holiday to Scarborough and transport in an adapted vehicle.

£1,952 Community Fund
26 Mar 1998 Chester-Le-Street Community Association

The Association runs a thriving community centre used by over 2,500 people every week. The one year grant will pay for extending the premises to improve access and to make better use of existing space.

£92,000 Community Fund