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|10 Oct 2002||Darlington Borough Council
Darlington Borough Council This initiative will tackle health issues affecting the residents of the Firthmoor Estate and the surrounding community. The scheme will particularly benefit elderly people, residents suffering from health problems and mothers a
|£558,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Oct 2002||Gurney Pease Primary School
The school aim to promote the premise that PE and school sport has whole-school improvement impact, including the effects on behaviour, attendance, attitudes to learning and attainment.
|£10,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Oct 2002||Darlington Borough Council
The project is a peripathetic play facility which can be used outdoors and indoors, and which can adapt easily to changes in demand. It will provide supervised activities such as skateboarding, roller-blading and BMXing in areas of rural isolation and ur
|£70,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Sep 2002||Darlington Railway Centre & Museum
|£14,283||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 2002||Darlington Rugby Development Forum
This Group Develops The Sport Of Rugby Union Among People In Their Community. The Award Will Allow Them To Run A Development Programme In Three Local Schools To Offer Coaching To Local Children And To Run 3 Tournaments.
|£4,840||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|30 Sep 2002||Mowden Junior School
An Award Will Enable This School To Establish An Extra-Curricular Netball Club.
|£2,220||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|30 Sep 2002||6th Darlington (St Johns) Guide Company
An Award Will Enable This Guide Company Would Like To Update It'S Camping Equipment.
|£1,425||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|30 Sep 2002||Skerne Park Community Enterprise Association
This Association Promotes The Benefit Of The Residents Of Skerne Park. An Award Will Pay For A Multi-Cultural Children'S Project.
|£2,822||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|23 Sep 2002||Reid Street Primary School
Learning through Landscsapes
|12 Aug 2002||Darlington Harriers and Athletics Club
This Club Provide Facilities For The Promotion & Encouragement Of Track, Field, Cross Country, Road Running, Fell Running, Long Distance Walking And Ultra Running. The Award Will Enable The Club To Host The North Eastern Cross Country Championships And To
|£4,068||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|12 Aug 2002||Darlington Storysack and Toy Resources
This group runs a library of story sacks, used by schools, playgroups and carers. They also advise these groups on the making and using of story sacks. They have recently acquired office space and would like a computer for admin purposes.
|£1,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|12 Aug 2002||Heighington Budo Club
This Is A Newly Formed Group That Gives People An Opportunity To Take Part In The Martial Art Of Budo, Which Is A Blend Of Three Martial Arts. A Grant Will Provide The Group With Body Armour And Safety Equipment.
|£4,866||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|12 Aug 2002||405 (Darlington) Son Air Training Corps
This Group Develops Young People Focusing On Aviation Related Activities Within Their Community. They Would Like Funds To Develop And Expand Their Computer Facilities And Training On Offer. A Grant Will Provide Computer Equipment, Projector, Camera, Pri
|£4,153||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 Aug 2002||Cleveland Theatre Independant Company Limited
Pilot Theatre Residency Project for Special Schools - Tees Valley
|£20,500||Arts Council England|
|25 Jul 2002||Firthmoor and District Community Association
This project will provide a new build Community Centre that will benefit residents of the Firthmoor Estate and surrounding area. The centre will house a range of community activities alongside an integrated team of service providers. The new building wi
|25 Jul 2002||Darlington Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will provide outreach services to client groups that have difficulties in accessing traditional advice and information services.
|1 Jul 2002||Firthmoor & District Community Centre
A development grant has been awarded towards the costs of a widespread community consultation on creating or enhancing a green space for local people. The project will produce a detailed design in the preparation for the grantee to apply for a full `creat
|£3,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Jul 2002||Darlington Borough Council
Darlington's 'Wildspace Officer' will provide local communities with a hands on approach to setting up and managing these Local Nature Reserves. By trebling our number of reserves to six, people from all walks of life and especially those from deprived ar
|£53,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2002||The Academy of Playcare Education and Training Ltd
The grant will be used to create 30 holiday places for children aged between 5-16 years old in Durham.
|£17,885||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2002||The Funtime Childcare Centre
The grant will be used to create 45 after school, 45 before school and 45 holiday places for children aged 3 - 14 years old in Darlington.
|£8,709||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2002||Raventhorpe School Trust Limited
The grant will be used to create 18 after school and 18 wraparound places for children aged 3-11 years old in Darlington.
|£16,380||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2002||Darlington Borough Council
The grant will be used to create 24 before school and 24 after school wraparound places, and 24 holiday places for children aged 3 - 4 years old in Darlington.
|£25,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2002||Ostrami Limited
The project will create 32 before school, 32 after school, 32 holiday and 32 weekend places for children aged 4-14 years old in County Durham.
|£28,800||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 May 2002||Darlington Mind
The charity promotes mental health via residential and day services. Their White Dove IT project offer IT training to adults with mental health issues. They currently have 30 students and a waiting list of 32 . The project started in 1995 and has grown
|27 May 2002||Branksome Residents' Association
This Residents Association Promotes The Benefit Of Its Members. They Would Like To Hold A One Day Fun Event For All The Local Community. They Will Run A Football Tournament And Will Hold A 'Proms In The Park' Type Even
|£4,713||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 May 2002||Red Hall Partnership
This Group Aims To Develop Community Projects To Improve The Quality Of Life And Welfare Of Local Residents. They Would Like Funds To Hold A Golden Jubilee Celebration.
|£4,431||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 May 2002||Darlington Primary School Sports Association
This Is A Group Of Teachers Who Have Now Formalised The Support And Structure They Give To Pupils Aged 4-11 After School Hours. They Want To Organise Tournaments And Festivals Of Sport. Activities Will Take Place After School. A Grant Will Pay For Coac
|£1,928||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 May 2002||Carmel R C Technology College
An Award Would Enable This School To Set Up Rugby As An Extra Curricular Activity. Coaching Will Be Provided At Lunchtime And After School And Two Teams Will Be Formed.
|£4,118||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 May 2002||Hurworth & District Over 60s Club
This Group Promote The Relief Of Elderly People In The Community. The Award Will Pay For An Outing.
|£1,666||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 May 2002||Darlington Supporters' Society Limited
This Group Would Like To Promote Women'S Football In Their Area. The Group Would Like To Set Up Coaching Sessions In Primary Schools In The Area As Well As 2 Local Community Centres, They Would Also Like To Organise A Golden Jubilee Girls Football Tournam
|£2,502||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 May 2002||St Cuthbert's PCC
This Group Research The History Of Aspects Of Their Area & Publicise Their Findings For The Benefit Of The Public. They Would Like To Research The Work & Roles Of Their Local Church In The Community Covering The Period 1947-2002 (Covering The Queen'S Wedd
|£965||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|2 May 2002||Darlington and District Youth and Community Association
Darlington and District Youth and Community Association
|£225,729||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Apr 2002||All Saints' Social Committee
The Local Church Group Want To Purchase A Set Of Hand Bells That Will Be Used To Teach Younger Members Of The Church This Art. The Bells Will Also Be Used For General Demonstrtions. A Grant Will Provide Set Of 2 Octave Hand Bells, Carrying Cases And Glov
|£4,967||Arts Council England|
|1 Apr 2002||SSAFA Forces Help Enterprises Limited
This group is a branch of a national charity, which exists to help ex-service men and women and their families. They will use the award to introduce a computerised system to expand the range of information it can provide.
|1 Apr 2002||Darlington Residents Panel
An umbrella organisation that works with residents associations and the local authority in Darlington to look at housing policies. The grant will be used to purchase equipment for group activites and workshops.
|29 Mar 2002||1st Barton Scout Group
This group will celebrate the Queen's Jubilee by holding a camp and carnival for young people.
|28 Mar 2002||St Matthews Church Hall Trust
The project is to convert the organisation's present hall into an active community facility. Work will include restoring the floor, constructing toilet facilities, replacing windows, installing a new central heating system, installing an alarm system, upg
|28 Mar 2002||Alzheimer's Society
The project will provide advice and support to carers of people with dementia. Services will include access to information, development of carers support groups, one to one support and advocacy.
|28 Mar 2002||First Stop Darlington
The project provides a 'one stop' service primarily for homeless people and other people in crisis in Darlington. Services include laundry, meals, benefit and housing support, health advice, counselling, a welfare fund, access to a telephone, computer/in
|26 Mar 2002||National Association Of Youth Theatres
|£7,000||Arts Council England|
|25 Mar 2002||Gurney Pease Primary School
Learning through Landscsapes
|25 Mar 2002||Skerne Park Primary School
Learning through Landscsapes
|22 Mar 2002||Darlington Badminton Development Forum
This Group Want To Offer Coaching Awards And Workshops And Hold A One Day Badminton In Schools Initiative Aimed At Encouraging Involvement From Children In Primary Schools..
|8 Mar 2002||Darlington Building Society
A Year in the Life of the North East
|£10,040||Arts Council England|
|1 Feb 2002||Cockerton Family Theatre Company
This Theatre Group Carries Out Drama And Musical Performances And Also Provides The Opportunity For People To Become Involved In Backstage Work. They Will Use Their Award To Purchase Their Own Sound And Lighting Equipment.
|£3,222||Arts Council England|
|1 Feb 2002||Cockerton Residents Community Association
This group are responsible for running the local community hall. A new committee have recently been appointed and they are looking to improve the facilities, to attract new user groups and to improve the environment for the existing users.
|1 Feb 2002||St Teresa's RC Primary School
This School are looking to develop their extra-curricular activities. They would like to introduce new sporting activities. The award will pay for coaching fees, attendance at National Governing Body Awards and equipment.
|£4,710||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Feb 2002||King James 1 Community College
This community college is looking to develop a girls' rugby team. They are to provide extra curricular coaching and opportunities for girls at the school.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Feb 2002||Cockerton and Branksome Living Enterprise Limited
This organisation provides a one-stop shop advice and resource centre to assist the local community in project planning, identifying training opportunities in order to develop and regenerate the area. They would like to develop their service through prov
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Feb 2002||Rise Carr Primary School
This primary school will use their award to extend the range of after school clubs that it provides, to include tag rugby, netball and a fit club.
|£1,046||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Feb 2002||Haughton Cricket Club
"This Project Is About The Development Of Teams Of Players Under The Age Of 13 They Would Like A Range Of Start Up Costs To Cover 2 Teams Boys And Girls. The New Players Are Hopeful Of Demonstrating Their Learnt Skills At A Cricket Tournament For Their Ag
|1 Feb 2002||Darlington Gymnastics Club
This Gymnastics Group Would Like To Provide New Activities In The Form Of Rhythmic Gymnastics Classes Which They Have Never Carried Out Before.
|1 Feb 2002||Darlington Mowden Park RFC Junior Girls Section
"This New Group Aim To Bridge The Gap Between Mixed 'Mini' Rugby And Women'S Rugby, Targeting 12-16 Year Olds. The Award Will Help Them To Establish This New Team."
|1 Feb 2002||South Park Veterans Bowling Club
"The Objects Of This Club Are To Foster, Promote And Safeguard The Game Of Bowls. The Award Will Be Used To Obtain Equipment That Can Be Used By Younger Players And Also That Would Assist Older/Disabled Players."
|21 Dec 2001||Darlington Library Service
Darlington Library Service
|£70,890||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Dec 2001||Darlington Secondary Schools Sports Association
This Volunteer Group Provide After School Activities For 11-16 Year Olds. The Group Will Use Their Award To Extend The Range Of After School Activities That It Currently Provides And Their Main Target Group For These New Activities Are Girls.
|8 Dec 2001||Haughton Table Tennis Club
"This Club Has Been Set Up To Provide Opportunities For All Ages To Take Part In Table Tennis. It Will Provide After School Opportunities For Pupils At Haughton Senior School And Pupils From The Feeder Primary Schools Will Also Be Encouraged To Participa
|8 Dec 2001||Richmond & Darlington Cycling Club
"This group promotes the sport of cycling. They also organise events such as club rides, timetrials. Their aim is to provide an opporunity for new and exixting cyclists to increase their skills trhough proper coaching. The award will be used to pay for a
|29 Nov 2001||Darlington Borough Council
The project will create an information and communications technology (ICT) learning infrastructure to develop and provide learning opportunities within three deprived wards in Darlington. The UK online centres will target unemployed people suffering from
|£357,994||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Nov 2001||Skerne Park Community Enterprise Association
This grant will be used to sustain existing places.
|£33,784||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Nov 2001||County Durham & Darlington Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
The new cardiac angiography equipment will be used to diagnose and treat heart disease and will allow more local patients to be diagnosed and treated nearer to their homes.
|£688,294||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Nov 2001||Darlington Council For Voluntary Service
The overall aim of the project is to build a stronger more effective and sustainable Voluntary and Community sector in Darlington. By providing affordable accessible office accommodation and a high profile information and resource centre.
|12 Nov 2001||Cleveland Independant Theatre Co Ltd
Associate Artist in Residence
|£12,000||Arts Council England|
|19 Oct 2001||National Association Of Youth Theatres
Actastic! North West Theatre Exchange
|£17,260||Arts Council England|
|1 Oct 2001||Longfield Secondary School
School Sport Coordinator Partnership
|28 Sep 2001||Neasham Reading Room
This group is responsible for the upkeep of a reading room which is used by a number of community organisations. They would like funds to improve the lighting in the hall.replacement of old lighting, additional lighting and the services of an electrical
|28 Sep 2001||Hurworth & District Over 60s Club
This group provides social, cultural and educational activities for older people. They would like funds for a christmas outing.transport and christmas dinner at Gilsland Spa Hotel
|28 Sep 2001||Hurworth Grange Senior Citizens Club
This group provides monthly social activities for older people in the Hurworth area of Darlington. They want to provide outings and a Christmas lunch.
|28 Sep 2001||Darlington Local Education Authority
The project brings together a consortium of schools offering a wide range of school-based activities, including sports, creative clubs and activities relating to the curriculum. The Railway museum will run a social history and literacy club, with a study
|£300,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Haughton Badminton Club
This Badminton Club Would Like To Promote The Sport To Junior Members And To Encourage More Women And Girls To Participate.
|1 Aug 2001||Action for Dystonia - Diagnosis, Epidemiology & Research
This groups main objectives are to educate the public in relation to dystonia, a neurological disease, and the sickness and distress caused by sufferers. The award will allow them to produce ten individual publications on each of the various forms of dyst
|1 Aug 2001||The Blind Business Assocation Charitable Trust
Blind Business Association Charitable Trust (BBACT) exists to give positive and tangible support to all blind and visually impaired people who wish to become self employed and offers them a means to gain control of their own lives through building their s
|1 Aug 2001||Beaumont Hill Charity Association
This Group Aims To Raise Funds To Assist In The Provision Of Educational And Recreational Facilities For A Special Needs School. The Award Will Allow Them To Increase Participation And Access To Their Table Tennis Activities For Able Bodied And Disabled P
|20 Jul 2001||Darlington Library Service
The award has provided Information and Communications Technology (ICT) training for public librarians on basic and technical information handling competencies required by staff for their own use and to assist library users.
|£23,836||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2001||Polam Hall School Limited
The grant will be used to create 40 holiday places for children aged 4-12 in Darlington.
|£16,742||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Jun 2001||Darlington Childminding Group
This reg. charity provides help, support and training for childminders in Darlington. They would like to provide a study day for childminders.hire of venue, food, 4 workshops, creche, stationery, postage
|1 Jun 2001||Eastbourne Eagles
"This Group Provides Facilities For Playing, Coaching, And Spectating American Football. They Want To Purchase Starter Kits For Players And Pay For Some Coaching.20 Starter Kits For Players, National Governing Body Awards And Child Protection Courses For
|1 Jun 2001||Abbey Junior School
"This Group Delivers The National Curriculum To Children In The Key Stage Two Age Range. They Would Like Funds To Develop Extra Curricular Sporting Activities, In Particular Hockey And Tennis.Tennis And Hockey Equipment, Transport For Club Visits, Court
|1 Jun 2001||Quakers Running Club
"This Group Provides The Opportunity To Participate And Compete In A Wide Range Of Athletic Disciplines. They Would Like Funds To Recruit Fourteen New Coaches And Provide A Library Of Relevant Books And Manuals.Uk Athletics Coaching Courses, National Coa
|6 Apr 2001||Darlington and District Youth and Community Association
To run and staff a second youth bus providing a mobile meeting place for young people in which they would benefit from advice and information made available from a number of agencies and from which they can develop activities of their own choosing.
|6 Apr 2001||Parish of St Hilda and St Columba
This grant will enable the organisation to extend and refurbish the existing community building. It will provide new toilet facilities, create a coffee bar, build a new community hall, provide new meeting rooms/storage space and quiet rooms for counselli
|6 Apr 2001||Darlington Council For Voluntary Service
This organisation provide core CVS functions including a Volunteer Bureau. This project will develop the existing Volunteer Bureau by extending hours and providing outreach work and extra support to volunteers where appropriate. CVS services will be enh
|4 Apr 2001||National Association Of Youth Theatres
Organisational development & capital items
|£33,772||Arts Council England|
|4 Apr 2001||Darlington Playbus
This group provides an out reach service playgroup which travels to various areas through the Borough. They want funds to extends their services to disadvantaged rural areas which they cannot currently reach, with the provision of extra staffing costs an
|4 Apr 2001||Darlington Men's Forum
This group wants to replace old unsuitable equipment used for presentations and talks to allow them to provide a good quality service, especially to those who are hard of hearing and have sight problems.projector and case, projection screen and stand and
|4 Apr 2001||Darlington Ladies FC
"This Group Provides Opportunities For Women And Girls To Play And Receive Coaching For Football. They Want To Build Links Between Schools And Their Club By Providing Tournaments And Extra Coaching Sessions And Courses.Facility Hire For Coaching Sessions
|4 Apr 2001||Darlington Mowden Park R F C Junior Section
"This Group Provides The Opportunity For People Under 18 To Participate And Train In Rugby Union. They Want To Buy New Equipment And Pay For Volunteer Expenses.Equipment (Balls, Ball Bags, First Aid Kits, Pads, Grid Marker Cones) And Volunteer Expenses"
|4 Apr 2001||Northern Dolphins
"This Group Provide Swimming For Disabled People In The North East, Encouraging Swimming For Health And Competition. The Award Will Allow Them To Provide Extra And More In Depth Training For Swimmers, By Recruiting And Retaining Volunteers."
|20 Mar 2001||National Association Of Youth Theatres
2001 A Youth Arts Odyssey
|£19,900||Arts Council England|
|27 Feb 2001||The Funtime Childcare Centre
The grant will create 40 holiday places for children aged 3 - 14 years old in Darlington. Schools served will be Whinfield and Springfield schools.
|£9,520||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Feb 2001||Darlington Badminton Development Forum
"This Group Want To Raise The Profile Of Badminton By Holding A One Day Event, Coaching Sessions In Schools And A Series Of Tournaments.The Award Is For Facility Hire, Coaching Sessions, Publicity And Four Tournaments."
|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.
|15 Nov 2000||Darlington Borough Council
South Park, Darlington - Restoration
|£2,934,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Nov 2000||Tees Dance Initiative
TDI Phase 2
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|25 Oct 2000||Croft Out Of School Club
The grant will be used to create 16 before school, 16 after school and 16 holiday places for children aged 3-14 years old in Darlington. Schools served will be Croft C of E, Hurworth, Great Smeaton, Manfield, Barton, Melsonby and Middleton Tyas Primary S
|£8,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Oct 2000||Hurworth Village Hall
The group manages the village hall for community activities. The grant will allow them to carry out repairs to the external doors and windows of their building. This work will improve the facilities they provide for the local community.
|4 Oct 2000||Darlington Storysack and Toy Resources
This group provides a free resource lending library and supports the use of 'Storysack' learning in the local community. The award is to purchase books and materials to create 30 storysacks.
|4 Oct 2000||National Council for Women - Northern Region
The group endeavours to remove discrimination against women and are involved in organising regular conferences and study days. The grant will be used to purchase a computer in order to develop skills in IT and produce a higher standard of talks and confer
|4 Oct 2000||Darlington & Durham County Racial Equality Council
This group provides advice on racial harassment and discrimination, support for black and minority ethnic community groups and promotes good race relations and racial awareness. The grant will fund a celebration of cultural diversity incorporating worksh
|30 Aug 2000||Family Help
This project will continue to offer support to women & children affected by domestic violence. The three-year grant will pay for office equipment & furniture, salaries of one full time & one part time post & running costs.