Lottery grants awarded to Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1999

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne City Council

This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme..

£104,907 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£21,137 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£26,250 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement 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.

£814,495 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

£80,405 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£743,348 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

£738,187 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£45,139 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£39,088 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£53,720 New Opportunities Fund
15 Dec 1999 Side Photography (Part Of Amber/Side Collective)

The Durham Coalfield Project

£30,000 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 North East Theatre Trust

Recovery Programme (Implementing a Recovery Plan)

£290,476 Arts Council England
13 Dec 1999 Newcastle upon Tyne Local Education Authority

New pitches and sports pavilions - Walbottle Campus Sports Link

£225,735 Sport England
10 Dec 1999 Gosforth Park After School Club

The grant will be used to create 8 holiday places for children aged 3-11. The provision will be situated near Newcastle upon Tyne. Schools served will be Gosforth Park First School, Broadway East First School and St Oswald's R C Primary School, Archbishop

£2,250 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Newcastle Upon Tyne City Council

The grant will be used to set up a 24 place after-school and 16 place holiday club, creating a total of 40 places for children. The project will be situated in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Schools served will be Our Lady at St Anne's Primary School, St Paul's Pri

£12,344 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 1999 Park Road Community Association

Est: 1965. This Registered Charity Aims To Provide Facilities And Resources For The Local Community. They Wish To Run Art, Craft And Drama Workshops For Children. Art And Craft Material (-328), Tutors For Arts Club For 6 Months (-720), Drama Materials A

£2,703 Arts Council England
8 Dec 1999 Tyneside Poets Group

Est. 1960. This Is A Well Established Writers Group Which Has Connections With Local Community Groups And Encourages People Of All Ages To Become Involved In Creative Writing. They Are Planning To Produce An Anthology Of Poetry And Art To Celebrate Newc

£4,750 Arts Council England
8 Dec 1999 Fenham & Wingrove Children & Young People's Forum

Est: 1995. The group provides support, advice, help and information for local projects working with children and young people as well as organising events and operating a pool of equipment and resources. They wish to organise a young peoples festival. c

£4,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Golden Years Swimming Club

Est 1989. The group provides swimming lessons and social activities for senior citizens. They are planning to take members of their group on holiday. contribution towards 5 day break in Scarborough for approximately 100 people

£5,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Winteraction

Est. 1995. This group aims to reduce the illness and suffering of older people living in cold, damp homes. They want to produce an information pack to provide people with advice on energy saving, contact details of helper organistions and hypothermia th

£4,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Grange Community Association

Est. 1980. The group provides recreational and social activities for local residents particularly the elderly. They want to extend the range of activities and facilities which they provide for their members. coach transportation to pantomime (-150), con

£2,299 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Geordie Jaunts

Est: 1999. The group provides holiday facilities for 7 - 11 year olds resident in Tyneside who might otherwise not be able to go on holiday. They wish to purchase a new mess tent. mess tent and ground sheet

£1,138 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Ashfield Nursery and Parents Centre Development Association

Est. 1982. This group provides a drop in service for parents, training opportunities for the local community, pre-school and creche facilities and childrens activities throughout the school holidays. In the summer 2,000 they want to hold 15 days of acti

£5,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 My Kids and Me

Est: 1996. The group provides support, advice and a helpline for single parents including respite care and holiday activities. They wish to extend the facilities and services that they offer. disco equipment (-2,000), woodwork tools (-2,000), toddler pl

£5,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Newcastle City Council

Earl Grey Monument, Newcastle - Restoration

£100,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Jesmond Masters Swimming Club

"Est. Jan. 1999. This New Group Provides Swimming Training For A Range Of Age Groups Who Want To Equipment To Enable Their Members To Train In Safety. 4 Racing Lanes (+1,401), Racing Lane Storage Reel (+846), Ratchet Spanner (+23)"

£2,270 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 Northumberland Singles Badminton Club

"Est: 1999. The Group Aims To Enable Badminton Players Within Northumberland To Play And Develop Their Singles Skills Through Coaching And Competitive Play. Hall Hire (+702), Shuttles (+936), Coach (+1,040), Administration (+100)"

£2,778 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 West Gate Hoopstars Basketball Club

"Est. Sept. 1999. This New Group Has Been Established To Promote Participation In And Development Of Basketball. They Want To Provide The Necessary Coaching And Hold A Schools Event To Encourage Participation. Coaching Costs For 2 Coaches For 39 Weeks (

£5,000 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 West Denton Primary School

Est: ?. This is a first school providing educational activities for children and which also has links to the local community centre. 2 artists for 2 weeks (?2,400), exterior wood (?327), artists acrylic paint (?209), undercoat and gloss (?432), fixing to

£3,982 Arts Council England
8 Dec 1999 Newcastle Junior Amateur Rugby League

A new sports group with a charitable constitution that wants to start a new rugby league team in Newcastle. They have secured a pitch and dressing rooms in a local school and aim to provide rugby coaching and play for boys and girls aged 9-16.

£3,791 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 Byker Community Education Development Project

Est 1994 A Community Education Project Funded By Newcastle City, Esf, And Srb. They Want To Fund An Artist To Work With Children, Aged 3-16yrs From 7 Local Schools, And The Local Community To Make A Mosaic. Contribution Of -5k Towards Artists Fees 14 Wee

£5,000 Arts Council England
8 Dec 1999 Newcastle Lesbian Line

Est. 1986. This group provides telephone information and support services for lesbians living in the North East and they want to purchase a computer. computer package

£1,173 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Disability Action North East

This project will provide an information service and support campaigns to encourage disabled people to play an active role in policy and decision making. The two-year grant will fund salaries for two posts, office rental, volunteer and running expenses, g

£164,062 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Kids Kabin

The organisation uses creative activities to challenge attitudes and build esteem of young people aged 8-12. The project will extend current work to the 13-16 age group. This will involve the employment of staff and the construction of a new building to h

£376,523 Community Fund
24 Nov 1999 Mobex North-East

The Organisation Provides Training For Young People Through Partnerships With Other Youth Organisations. Leadership In The Community Will Offer Training For Those Young People Having Been Referred From Local And National Youth Organisations Who Seek To Be

£155,032 Community Fund
16 Nov 1999 Newcastle City Council

Leazes Park

£3,718,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
3 Nov 1999 Information North (Northern Regional Library System)

Tomorrow's History

£400,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Chillingham Road Arts Steering Group

This Community Group Aims To Promote Education And Lifelong Learning By Creating A Community Band Bringing Together The School And Local Community. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Set Up A Band, With Activities And Facilities Culminating In 2 Performan

£4,941 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 The Dance Factory

The Group Works Within The Community And Particularly With Young People To Encourage, Develop And Extend Skills Through All Forms Of Contemporary Dance. They Plan To Stage A Performance For The Millennium To Take Place At Newcastle Playhouse. The Grant W

£4,784 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 Dunston Silver Band

The Group Is A Traditional Brass Band Which Has A Senior Section And Has Recently Formed A Junior Band. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Hold An Open Day And Music Workshop To Encourage More People To Come Along And Learn To Play Instruments By Funding

£2,940 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 The Grange Welfare Association

The group provides a day centre and social club for the elderly with the aim of preventing isolation. They wish to open the centre on New Years eve to provide entertainment for the elderly who may otherwise spend the day alone.

£550 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Newcastle Bangladesh Youth Forum

The group were established following a process of consultation with young people from the Bangladesh community to develop supportive networks, leisure and arts activities. They wish to increase awareness of the group through the provision of a cultural e

£3,300 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Together We Can Manage Partnership

This is an umbrella group which provides support, training and advice for local community organisations. They are planning a residential training weekend with particular emphasis on equal opportunities and social inclusion and a community event to encour

£4,880 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Eastenders Health and Activity Club

This group aims to address issues of health in its elderly members by providing social activities and reducing isolation. They wish to purchase new equipment and arrange a number of events.

£1,637 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 European Playwork Association (E.P.A.)

The group is established as an international organisation with the aim of working with young people. They are planning a large scale play event for children and young people in Exhibition Park Newcastle.

£4,300 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Lemington Over 60s Club

The group provides social activities for people over 60 and would like to take their members on a 5 day residential trip.

£5,000 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 St Peter's (Cowgate) Parochial Church Council

The group wish to produce a booklet on the history of the area and the changes that have occured over the years. A grant will pay for the printing of the booklet, fees for a researcher, tapes and transcriptions.

£3,160 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 On With Learning

This Group Provides Community Development Through Adult Education And Learning Activities. They Plan To Run A Project Creating Proggy Mats Around The Theme Of Local History And Culture. The Grant Will Fund Tuition, Room Hire And Transport As Well As Mate

£4,975 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Parents & Friends of St Teresa's School

The group provide support for the school through fundraising activities. They wish to provide after school sports activities for the school and the local community. The grant will fund cricket and badminton equipment coaching and creche facilities.

£2,534 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Novos Netball Club

The group provides women of all ages with the opportunity to train develop techniques and take part in competitive netball. The group now wishes to set up and develop a youth section for girls between the ages of 11-16. The grant will pay for equipment

£2,564 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Redhouse Farm FC

The group provides football training and competition opportunities. They plan to set up a mini-soccer section with four teams to encourage younger children to get involved in the game. The grant will pay for courses football strips equipment and traini

£2,784 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Kingston Park Football Club

The group provides footballing activities including weekly league and cup games and training for 7-20 year olds. The grant will enable them to provide better storage and changing facilities for their group.

£2,938 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 Little Angels Fun Club and Nursery Ltd

The grant will be used to create 46 before school, 46 after school and 46 holiday places for children aged 3-14. Schools served will be Shanklea First School, Kramel First School, Parkside Middle School and St Paul's First School.

£13,315 New Opportunities Fund
13 Oct 1999 Walker School

Walker School

£42,999 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 1999 Voluntary Organisations Network North-East

This is a new organisation which will build on existing networks to facilitate links between voluntary organisations and other relevant bodies at a regional level. The project will support and promote the voluntary sector and build capacity through the d

£164,766 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Sandyford Community Minibus Association

This organisation operates a minibus which provides affordable transport to 35 local groups in this area of Newcastle. The three-year grant will replace an existing vehicle with a new adapted minibus and meet associated revenue costs.

£37,954 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 Rainbow Path Group

The Group Is A Combination Of A Childcare Project, A Nursery And Primary School, Residents Committees And Local Business And Industries. Its Aim Is To Redevelop The Physical And Co-Operative Links Between These Organisations Within The Community. Grant I

£5,000 Arts Council England
7 Sep 1999 St John Ambulance Northumbria

The Group Provides First Aid And Medical Support Services, And Educational Training And Personal Development To Young People. The Grant Wil Enable The Group To Hold Mosaic Workshops For People With Physical And Learning Difficulties With The Work Being Di

£508 Arts Council England
7 Sep 1999 Multi Cultural Integration Centre

This group raises multi cultural awareness by encouraging ethnic minority groups to integrate through seminars, workshops and lectures. A grant is for fees for dancers,speakers, musicians, publicity, volunteer expenses, transport and hire of lighting

£4,950 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 Face the Future

The group provides support, counselling, information and advice for people with facial disfigurement, their family and friends. The grant will provide funding for study days and workshops which will bring together professionals and non professionals with

£4,980 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 North East Women's Self-Defence Group

The group is established to promote self defence for women, especially for those with disabilities, older women and those from ethnic minorities. They do this by providing a resource base for women's self defence instructors. The grant will enable the gr

£2,380 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 Gosforth Garden Village Association

This group provides community activities including a playgroup, a mother and toddler group, keep fit and a dancing club. The grant is to employ the services of an architect to develop plans to establish a new community building.

£1,807 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 Bangladesh Youth Organisation (Newcastle)

This organisation provides youth activities specifically for young Bangladeshi people in Newcastle The grant is for language teachers, venue costs, teaching material and publicity.

£4,882 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 Stepney Bank Stables

This group provides equestrian activities for people in the inner city and provide valuable training opportunities for volunteers. A grant for hire of instructors horses and equipment will enable the group to hold a 'Millennium Festival of Riding' with a

£4,944 Sport England
7 Sep 1999 Gateshead and Whickham Amateur Swimming Club

This organisation provides coaching for competitive swimming together with swimming lessons lifesaving and synchronised swimming. A grant for coaching fees admin costs and volunteer expenses will enable the club to establish a project called 'Swim Coach

£3,482 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Newcastle Upon Tyne

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.

£756,156 New Opportunities Fund
28 Jul 1999 Scotswood Area Strategy Limited

The organisation has recently taken on the management of a former Greggs shop which was about to be closed. This project will refurbish the premises, creating a cafe attached to the existing shop. The cafe will be a community resource, offering informat

£109,412 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Newcastle Women's Aid

This project will provide an outreach community service giving one to one advice, support, counselling and practical assistance to women at risk of violence. This three year grant will pay for one salary, travel and running costs.

£126,850 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Age Concern Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

this project will extend the organisation's current work of reducing under claiming of benefits by pensioners. This three year grant will pay for salaries, training, travel and running costs.

£167,776 Community Fund
20 Jul 1999 Folkworks

Resource bank of traditional instruments

£97,326 Arts Council England
20 Jul 1999 Artists Agency

Purchase of office equipment

£23,958 Arts Council England
14 Jul 1999 Tyne & Wear Museums

Discovery Museum, Newcastle

£4,518,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Jun 1999 Literary & Philosophical Society of Newcastle Upon Tyne

Lit & Phil Modernisation, Newcastle

£435,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Jun 1999 West End Leisure and Learning

The group provides leisure and learning activities in the inner city. The grant is for renewal of flooring, new kitchen units and tables and chairs.

£4,965 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 West End Vision

The group organises holidays for families on a low income. The grant is part payment of caravan hire.

£4,800 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 The Early Years Parents Group

This group provides parent & toddler (pre-school) activities & visits. The grant is for soft play equipment and an outing.

£1,880 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 Elswick Outward Bound and Judo Club

The group provides recreational, social and sporting activities for young people. The grant is for contest standard judo mats

£4,620 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 East End Community Centre

The organisation provides a luncheon club for local older people as well as a place to meet and socialise. The grant is for a bain marie, electric cooker, dishes and a vacuum cleaner.

£3,417 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 The Multi Cultural Information Centre

This group provides recreation and leisure activities to promote racial harmony in Newcastle. The grant is for office equipment, fax, language software, publicity materials, conference and seminar costs, events, workshops, travel and outings, and voluntee

£4,820 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 Lemington Over 60s Club

The group provides social activities for people over 60. The grant is for a bingo machine and speaker system, outings, coach hire, lunches and teas and a christmas dinner

£2,019 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 Cobweb

The group aims to provide access to a centralised website for local charities and voluntary special needs services. The grant is for a computer, digital camera, software, web space and promotions.

£4,428 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 The Toy Library Forum

The group is a forum which supports the development of Toy Libraries in Newcastle, shares information and good practice and promotes the importance of play. The grant is for the hire of venue, display boards and insurance, refreshments, entertainment and

£1,590 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 Family Health and Community Project

The group provides support to families in the area through the provision of training, childcare and activities for young people. The grant is for training for executive committee and youth forum, summer trips for families and summer caravan holiday for fa

£4,600 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 Arthurs Hill Toy Library

The group provides a free toy loan service for children under 4 as well as offering support and advice to parents and carers. The grant is for toys and equipment, art and craft material, training of management committee and volunteers, flip chart and disp

£4,949 Community Fund
16 Jun 1999 The Montague Parents Group

The group aims to fund raise for extra curricular activities such as trips, pantomimes as well as developing a parents room as a drop in centre and for training and education. The grant is for office equipment and materials.

£1,175 Community Fund
14 Jun 1999 North East Theatre Trust

Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)

£460,476 Arts Council England
2 Jun 1999 The Fire Services Youth Training Association

This project will provide administrative support for a National Officer for the Association. This will enable the organisation to advise local Fire Service's in setting up a youth scheme and to provide assistance and support to existing member groups in

£71,644 Community Fund
27 May 1999 Who Cares? North East

The group provides an advocacy and support service for young people who are currently or have recently been in the care of the local authority. The project will extend this service to North Tyneside. The three year grant will contribute to the salaries o

£116,924 Community Fund
27 May 1999 Disability North

The project has provided free access audits for community groups, mainly based in Newcastle and trained 12 volunteers over the past two years. The proposal is to extend this service to Durham and Northumberland and train a further 24 volunteers. This two

£136,063 Community Fund
27 May 1999 Byker Bridge Housing Association Limited

This project will expand the current services for homeless people by increasing the opening hours of the Day Centre, developing a therapeutic carpentry workshop and developing through outreach, the existing healthcare service offered by the Joseph Cowen H

£193,341 Community Fund
19 May 1999 National Energy Action

This project aims to contribute to the health and well-being of people in fuel poverty by undertaking a large household survey. The grant will pay for salaries, office equipment and project running expenses.

£414,821 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Children North East

A project to evaluate current practices and techniques used to support parents of children with suspected autistic spectrum disorder. The aim is to train the parents on the Hanen Programme, assess its effectiveness and implement improvements to aid a wid

£185,155 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 North East Pensioners Association

The project will provide a full-time Development Worker to enable the organisation to build up a wider range of services for their growing membership . This will include a newsletter, information provision, training for older people and five forums in T

£138,381 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 The Rights Project

The project is to continue the welfare rights information and advice service to residents in the disadvantaged west end of Newcastle. The three year grant will pay for two full time workers, office equipment, information production, training and running c

£172,070 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 St Oswald's Hospice Ltd

This is a capital project to build an information and resource centre at the entrance to the hospice. The one year grant will pay for building and refurbishment costs

£193,356 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Action for Arthur's Hill Ltd.

The project will set up a 'Time Dollars' scheme to enable local people to exchange and develop their skills . The two year grant will pay for salaries, translation/interpretation, and running expenses.

£20,897 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Kids & Us

The project will create an outdoor play . This will enable longer and more frequent nursery sessions and benefit the Kid's Club and other organisations using Gingerbread House. The one year grant will pay for the re-development of the site, planting, sec

£9,200 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Riverside Community Health Project

The project will develop and improve a baby loan equipment scheme and a toy lending library . The three year grant will pay for the salary of one part time worker, fees for freelance workers, running costs and new toys and equipment

£29,896 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Search Project

The project will maintain and develop the welfare rights home visiting service, start a weekly welfare rights session, provide specialist training , create promotional and information materials and undertake a feasibility study of citizen advocacy. The th

£163,683 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 First Step North East

The project is to continue and expand current work providing training and learning opportunities by increasing staffing and renting additional space. The three year grant will pay for some office refurbishment and equipment, one full-time and two part ti

£194,796 Community Fund