63 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 1999||Durham County Council
This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.
|£153,079||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||Durham County Council
Durham County Council
|£937,574||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 1999||Durham City Arts
|£11,195||Arts Council England|
|20 Dec 1999||North Durham Health Care NHS Trust
New MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.
|£676,460||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Dec 1999||Broughtons Brass Band Music Society
To purchase percussion instruments and mutes
|£20,263||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 1999||1st Durham (St Oswalds) & 1st Shincliffe (St Marys) Scouts
Est. 1988. This scout group provides development opportunities and outdoor activities for young people. They want to purchase climbing and hiking equipment. climbing equipment (-ú1,121), rucksacks for climbing equipment (-ú85), 13 sets of waterproofs (-ú2,
|8 Dec 1999||Mid Durham Projects Club
Est: 1994. The Group Encourages Young People To Undertake Projects To Develop Skills And Increase Self Esteem. The Young People May Have Learning Difficulties Or Have Behavioural Problems Such As Bullying. They Wish To Complete A Project To Produce A Bo
|£2,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||West Durham Folk Music Cooperative
Est. Oct. 1999. The Group Aims To Promote And Perform Traditional Folk Music With Emphasis On The Songs And Tunes Of The North East. They Are Planning To Put Together A Cd Which Can Be Distributed Around Local Schools And Libraries. Recording Costs And
|£4,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||County Durham Chinese Association
Est. 1991. The group aims to encourage and maintain contacts within the chinese community and engage in the promotion of inter-community work. They are planning to hold a festival to celebrate the Millennium Chinese New Year. venue hire (-ú750), lion/drago
|8 Dec 1999||Chester-le-Street District Scout Council
Est 1919. This charitable scout group has members who are interested in undertaking water activities. The organisation is restricted in what it can offer due to lack of equipment and qualified staff. A contribution towards 12 Kayak canoes paddles spray
|26 Nov 1999||All Saints Langley Park Youth Centre
This project will refurbish the toilets in a youth centre which is also used by a range of community groups. The one year grant will contribute to the refurbishment of the male and female toilets and the addition of a toilet for disabled people and a baby
|2 Nov 1999||Wheatley Hill Mothers Club
A womens group that meets to provide social and recreational activity for local women and wish to create a millennium calendar.
|2 Nov 1999||Coxhoe Community Partnership
The group aims to improve the village environment for the children and young people through the provision of an outdoor play and leisure facility. The provision of a basketball area is one part of the project.
|2 Nov 1999||Tow Law Local History Group
The group research and record the local social and industrial history, undertake presentations on their work to others including schools, and hold exhibitions. The grant for a computer package and display boards will enable the group to reproduce their ar
|£2,365||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Nov 1999||Bearpark Primary School - Parents Support Group
The group organises activities to raise funds for extra resources for the school and provide a community focus. The grant will enable them to undertake a community event to celebrate the millennium.
|2 Nov 1999||Durham Community Association
This group provides facilities and a venue for the recreational, social and educational activities of the local community. To celebrate the millennium they plan to hold a quilt making project, youth music recording project and activity day.
|2 Nov 1999||Durham City Aikikai
The group provides training and practice sessions in the martial art of Aikido and wish to improve their facilities and provide transport.
|2 Nov 1999||Sunderland Ashbrooke Ladies Hockey Club
The group provides hockey training and competition and want to encourage the development of a vibrant junior hockey section particularly for under 11s and 14-18 year olds. The grant will pay for come and try sessions coaching courses a millennium summer
|15 Oct 1999||University of Durham
Oriental Museum, Durham - Refurbishment
|£314,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 1999||Coxhoe Community Partnership
This project will establish an outdoor play and leisure facility for under 11's in Coxhoe. The one year grant will fund the purchase of outdoor play equipment, safety bases and installation costs.
|7 Sep 1999||South Hetton and District Community Association
A community association that provides a venue for local user groups. A grant will enable the group to undertake a feasibility study for a new community centre.
|7 Sep 1999||New Brancepeth Village Hall Association
A village hall that provides social and recreational activities for the local community. A grant will fund redecoration and refurbishment of the village hall
|7 Sep 1999||Brancepeth Community Association
This organisation provides the residents of Brancepeth with a communal meeting place in which to to hold activities. The grant is for rainproofing and redecoration of the building.
|7 Sep 1999||Derwentside District Scout Council
The group provides scouting actitivities for young people between the ages of 6 and 20 years. The grant will enable the group to hold a gang show as the start of their millennium celebrations with the aim of increasing participation in scouting activitie
|7 Sep 1999||Valley Writers
The group aims to increase members confidence in creative ability and to increase the participation of the local community by sharing knowledge and expertise. A grant will enable the group to involve local people in the production of a book of local poetr
|£4,552||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 1999||Wheatley Hill History Club
The group is a history club which exists to educate young people about local history. A grant will enable the group to stage a pageant of wedding fashion since 1870.
|£3,950||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 1999||Thornley Tapestry & Arts Group
The group provides an opportunity for people to meet and learn new skills in embroidery and quilting. The grant will enable the group to produce a Millennium tapestry based on the mining history of the village.
|£4,384||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Sep 1999||Laurel Avenue Community Association
A community association which provides opportunities for local people to pursue a range of leisure time activities. Grant is for dancer/choreographer, artist, co-ordinator-drama facilitator, materials, props and cosutmes for workshops studying the changes
|7 Sep 1999||Durham Churches Together
A partnership between local churches which aims to co-ordinate local activities supporting global concerns such as One World Week and Christian Aid. Grant is for Millennium candle torches for a candle light procession through Durham, posters and equipment
|1 Sep 1999||Durham
The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.
|£1,832,827||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Jul 1999||Durham Young People's Centre
This project will continue the work of two specialist youth workers who provide one to one support, advice and counselling to vulnerable young people aged 13-25 living in and around Durham City. The three-year grant will contribute to the costs of salarie
|16 Jun 1999||Youll House Thornley Senior Citizens' Club
The group provides social & recreational activities for the senior citizens of the local area. The grant is for outings & meals out, an electric boiler and 2 large teapots.
|16 Jun 1999||North Eastern League of the Hard of Hearing
The group provides support, training & social activities for hard of hearing people. The grant is for transport for members to venues, hire of halls for events and fax machines.
|16 Jun 1999||Lanchester and District Friends of Macmillan
The group aim to raise awareness of the incidence of cancer and the support that is available and to support the work of Macmillan Cancer relief. The grant is for a tent, generator and equipment for outdoor events, combined TV and video, computer equipmen
|16 Jun 1999||Age Concern Durham County
The group provides provides social activities for the elderly including a luncheon club, bingo and sewing clubs. The grant is for a new kitchen and a new carpet for the sitting area.
|16 Jun 1999||The Durham Samaritan Society
The group aims to alleviate hardship amongst the sick, needy and aged in Durham. The grant is for food vouchers.
|16 Jun 1999||Billy Row Community Association
The group provides educational, social and recreational activities for the local residents. The grant is towards the cost of an architect/surveyor, exernal assessor and report printing.
|16 Jun 1999||Bowburn Playgroup
The group provides developmental, educational and play activities for pre-school children. The grant is for tables and chairs, a storage unit and educational toys.
|16 Jun 1999||New Brancepeth Juvenile Jazz Band
The group meets to undertake music and marching as a display band. The grant is for a marimba, bass drum, xylophone, bells and maces.
|27 May 1999||The Churches' Regional Commission in the North East
The Faith in the Community project will undertake an audit to measure existing church resources, in ten different areas in the North East. This will encourage and enable local churches to more actively participate in the economic and social regeneration
|27 May 1999||Langley Park Community Transport Limited
This community based rural transport scheme provides affordable, fully accessible facilities to a wide range of groups and individuals in East Derwentside, with particular emphasis on young, elderly, disabled people and those on low incomes. This three ye
|27 May 1999||Durham Youth Enterprise Scheme
The project will provide a number of personal development programmes to young people who are disadvantaged or at risk from crime. These include workshops on drug use and other health issues. This three year grant will pay for outdoor equipment, publicit
|20 Apr 1999||County Durham Foundation
The project is to employ a Grants Officer to develop the provision and quality of the Foundation's grant giving in County Durham, Darlington and surrounding areas, especially targeting small community groups. The grant will fund the salary of a Grants O
|20 Apr 1999||Bowburn Village Celebration
A group which organises events and activities for the residents of Bowburn and surrounding area. The grant is for computer equipment, security equipment and furnishings.
|20 Apr 1999||Bearpark Community Association
The group provide recreational activities such as sports, tea dances and social events in the community centre. The grant will fund a feasibility study to consider what further facilities could be provided in the area.
|20 Apr 1999||Coxhoe Playgroup
A grant for toys, staff training and outings for this group who provide pre-school education for children.
|20 Apr 1999||Craft Club
The group provides craft activities for the elderly and disabled as well as arranging outings and other activites. The grant is for outings, materials and demonstrators for craft lessons.
|20 Apr 1999||Ushaw Moor Community Assciation
The group provides leisure and educational activities for residents of Ushaw Moor and neighbouring areas. The grant is for a feasibility study in order to assess how the group can best meet the needs of local residents.
|4 Mar 1999||St Cuthberts Hospice
The organisation provides palliative care for patients with cancer and other life threatening illnesses. The project is to refurbish the existing building providing new kitchens plumbing and the construction of an extension comprising three day treatmen
|4 Mar 1999||Brandon Carrside Youth Club
The grant will be used to provide computer equipment and a telephone for the youth club. The grant will be used to provide computer equipment and a telephone for the youth club.
|26 Feb 1999||Durham Community Action Limited
The project will work with 40 villages, organising and recording community events. In addition to this, residents of 7 villages will record their daily lives using CD-ROM. This one year grant will pay for four staff, running costs, office and video equi T
|15 Feb 1999||Wheatley Hill Switch Onto Sports Club
Purchase of major items of non-personal equipment.
|2 Feb 1999||Durham County Council
Durham Wildlife Millennium Festival
|£32,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Jan 1999||Durham County Council
Durham People at War
|£670,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jan 1999||Northern Sights For The 13 Northern Arts Education Authoriti
Moving Our Millennium Forward
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Durham People'S Opera Group
Durham People's Opera Group
|£10,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Northumbria Tourist Board
Christian Heritage of Northumbria
|£85,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jan 1999||Durham City Council
Durham Millennium Roadshow
|£26,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Durham County Priority Services Nhs Trust
Into the New
|£17,500||Arts Council England|
|13 Jan 1999||Council for Advancement of Comm with Deaf People
A competition will be held for hearing and deaf children throughout the UK to communicate their own stories and poems through sign language. Regional competitions will be held from May to August 2000 with a national final in December.
|7 Jan 1999||REMAP GB (Wear and S. Tyneside)
This group designs and provides specialised technical aids for disabled people which are not available through normal sources. A grant for an all in one copier, scanner and printer.
|7 Jan 1999||Nevilles Cross and District Over 60's Association
The group holds regular meetings with speakers and organises outings for senior citizens. A grant for a programme of outings.
|7 Jan 1999||Lanchester Parklife
The group aims to establish a community open space to include a safe play area, car parking and enhance local wildlife. A grant for publicity, meetings and office equipment.