60 matching grants found.
|10 Dec 1997||Dodgy Clutch Staged Presentations
Purchase garage, fixed & mobile workshop/administrative equipment and vehicles
|£98,364||Arts Council England|
|21 Nov 1997||Council For The Borough of North Tyneside
Stag Line Building, North Shields
|£297,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Nov 1997||Anchor Trust
Anchor Northern Region - Older Peoples Arts Project.
|£39,000||Arts Council England|
|7 Nov 1997||Tyneside Crusaders Juvenile Jazz Band
A juvenile jazz band based in the North Shields area for children and young people. The grant is to purchase seat-belts for the band bus, uniforms and musical instruments.
|18 Sep 1997||The Riverside Community Woodwork Project
A community woodwork project that will provide training opportunities to disadvantaged groups and individuals. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a part-time project organiser, fund running costs, and purchase tools and machinery.
|18 Sep 1997||Killingworth Benton And District C A B
A project providing support to local community groups, enabling them to become more involved in the design of facilities within the proposed Killingworth Town Centre Development. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a community development
|18 Sep 1997||Northern Advisory Group On Disability
The project will provide an electronic communications network to share access and disseminate information between organisations which support people with disabilities. The grant, over two years, will be used to purchase computer and office equipment, and
|18 Sep 1997||Dyspraxia Foundation -Tyne And Wear
A project to provide a computer club and cartoon workshops for children, and to update and expand the resource library. Dyspraxia sufferers have difficulties co-ordinating movements and thoughts. The three year grant will be used to fund running costs.
|18 Sep 1997||Longbenton Youth Project
A project providing support and access to information and informal learning for young women. The grant, over three years, will be used to employ a detached youth worker and fund running costs.
|17 Sep 1997||Whitley Bay Playhouse Trust
Stage 1 feasibility study
|£50,000||Arts Council England|
|1 Sep 1997||Friendship Club
The group provides educational and social activities through arts and crafts to older people who are visually impaired. The grant will be used to undertake outings and purchase arts and craft equipment.
|1 Sep 1997||Afro-Caribbean People's Association
The group promote cultural identity, equal opportunities and good community relations. The grant will be used to buy computer, office equipment and costs of workshops for women.
|1 Sep 1997||Westmorland Estate Action Group
This community group in Wallsend is trying to tackle housing, crime and youth issues. They are organising activity away days at weekends and mid-term for local children and the grant will pay for minibus hire and fees.
|1 Sep 1997||Disabled Women's Action and Support
An umbrella group which raises awareness of disability issues, through young and disabled women's groups in the North East. The grant is towards training costs, childcare and computer/printer facility to assist the group's development.
|1 Sep 1997||First Shiremoor Scout Group
The group promotes development of young people through Scouting. The grant will be used for tentage and ancillary camping equipment.
|1 Sep 1997||Lesbian and Bisexual Women's Project
An advice, information and support service for lesbian/bisexual women. The grant will meet costs of training volunteers and resourcing the meeting room of the group.
|1 Sep 1997||First Whitley Bay Scout Group
The group runs three weekly sessions. The grant will make a contribution towards a new roof.
|1 Sep 1997||Third Killingworth Scout Group
Large group working in North Tyneside. The grant will replace tentage and tables required during scout activities.
|1 Sep 1997||1st Shiremoor (St Mark's) Guides
Small group of girls and young women providing a range of activities. The grant will be used for activity equipment, including tents.
|1 Sep 1997||St Luke's Lunch Club
Church based club with 40 older people attending weekly, promoted through Age Concern. Their facilities are used by other groups. The grant will be used to purchase an industrial cooker, to prepare meals for user groups.
|1 Sep 1997||Palmersville Pensioners Association
Large group of older people meeting in a deprived area of North Tyneside. The grant will be used for recreational equipment, including a bingo machine.
|1 Sep 1997||Whitley Bay and District Society for Mentally Handicapped
The group owns premises from which it provides educational and social support for people with learning difficulties. The grant will be used to pay for roof repairs, kitchen refurbishment and painting the hall exterior.
|1 Sep 1997||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
Based in Wallsend the group shares its base with other Scout groups in the area. The grant will be used to refurbish their premises including rewiring and installing security equipment.
|1 Sep 1997||1st West Moor Rainbows, Brownies and Guides
A group meeting in their own building. The grant is for work to the heating system.
|1 Sep 1997||3rd Tynemouth (Ritsons Own) Scout Group
The group has over a hundred members and is based in North Shields. The grant is for repairs to the Scout Hut roof.
|1 Sep 1997||Malaya Borneo Veterans Association (Tyneside Branch)
A new group providing information and meeting social welfare needs of over 80 veterans across the Tyneside area. The grant is for a branch standard, computer and printer for administration purposes.
|1 Sep 1997||21st Whitley Bay St Peter's Scout Group
Project to improve their building. The grant will meet the costs of improvements to security, fire protection, ventilation, heating, lighting and commissioning of plans for disabled access.
|1 Sep 1997||Benton District Scout Council
The Council comprises seven groups working across deprived areas of North Tyneside. The grant will purchase equipment for a loan scheme and cover fun day costs and repairs to the groups marquee.
|1 Sep 1997||Longbenton Self Help Holiday Group
The group organises holidays for disadvantaged children and their carers from families living in Longbenton. The grant contributes towards the cost of hiring self catering holiday homes and facilities for fifty children and adults.
|20 Aug 1997||Tyneside Disability Arts (Tda)
|£47,500||Arts Council England|
|1 Jul 1997||Wallsend Deaf Club
The group provide structured social and leisure activities for 40 adults mostly older people. They meet at a Sheltered Housing unit with sole access to a secure meeting space. The grant will be used for the purchase of a TV and video weekend excursion c
|1 Jul 1997||St Peter's Pre-School
This new group is based in church hall premises and wants to improve the environment for the children. The grant money will enable the group to acquire stacking tables chairs and storage units to furnish their premises.
|1 Jul 1997||Avenues
This new group supports women in North Tyneside who are experiencing domestic violence. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment a minicom and training in counselling deaf awareness and provide creche support.
|1 Jul 1997||Bertram Grange Community Centre
A project to reduce heat loss and heating bills. The grant will pay for the installation of a new central heating boiler loft insulation cavity wall insulation and a gas cooker.
|1 Jul 1997||Wallsend Gateway Club
The club aims to advance the personal development of people with physical and learning difficulties through leisure opportunities and encouraging independence. The grant will be used to acquire some disco equipment and also go towards the costs of costume
|1 Jul 1997||Earsdon and Wellfield Old People's Welfare
The group works with people aged over 60 years old living in the outskirts of Whitley Bay. The grant will contribute towards the cost of transport and catering for an annual outing in July.
|1 Jul 1997||The Thursday Club
The group works with mentally ill people across North Tyneside and Northumberland. It meets in Cullercoats weekly to provide social support for 26 adults. The grant will meet the costs of social outings to the theatre concerts and hospitality.
|1 Jul 1997||Spring Gardens Playgroup
The Playgroup looks after 34 pre school children and wanted to replace old equipment which has become unsafe to use. The group will purchase a new climbing frame with a ladder slide attachment climbing net and safety mat.
|11 Jun 1997||Whitley Bay District Scout Council Spectacular Comm.
Whitley Bay District Scouts Christmans Spectacular
|£3,633||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Cullercoats Community Association
The Cullercoats Play
|£3,650||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Bulman Club Community Association
The Bulman Club Community Association Mosiac
|£815||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Cluster Theatre Group
Writers First Chance
|£4,545||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Woodlawn School
Art and Our Environment/Entrance way and playground improve sch.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Friends Of Clann Na N' Gael Dancing School
Clann Na n' Gael Minor Irish Figure (Formation) Dancing Team
|£4,970||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Oddfish Productions
|£2,500||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Southlands Youth Group
Southlands Drama Club
|£3,835||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Bishopwearmouth Choral Society
Bishopwearmouth Choral Society Commission
|£4,500||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Tarantella
Tarantella into Schools
|£2,000||Arts Council England|
|13 May 1997||North Tyneside Deaf Forum
New group aiming to provide a voice for deaf people in the North Tyneside area. The grant will assist the group with their start-up costs, provide office equipment and contribute to publicity material.
|13 May 1997||North Tyneside Toy Library
The Library provides a safe play environment for children with special needs, based in North Shields. The grant will help renovate their worn out soft play area and add a ball pool.
|13 May 1997||Whitley Bay Voluntary Committee for the Blind
The organisation works with visually impaired people, providing a range of social opportunities and encouraging independence through activity programmes and equipment provision. The grant will make a contribution towards the cost of summer outings, and th
|13 May 1997||Muscular Dystrophy Group of Great Britian and Northern Irela
The group aims to provide support to individuals and families affected by muscular dystrophy in the Tyne and Wear region and to raise money for research. The grant will contribute towards the cost of an activities weekend for fifty or more sufferers at th
|13 May 1997||Fifteenth Whitley Bay Scout Group
The scout group maintains a cottage in the Cheviots which they and 19 other youth groups have use of during the year for activity breaks. The grant will enable them to improve the very basic facilties including repairs to the roof, sanitation and water su
|13 May 1997||Howdon Park Sunshine Club
The group promotes independence of adults with learning difficulties through social contact with other people. The grant will pay for replacing glazed windows in the centre with safety glass, as well as replacing worn out chairs and renewing the heating s
|21 Apr 1997||University Of Newcastle Upon Tyne Sailing Club.
Purchase of six 'Laser 2' racing dinghies.
|20 Mar 1997||Isis Arts
Digital Imaging Equipment
|£60,020||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Waterville Projects For Children And Young People
Access to Insight
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Dudley Youth Project
Weetslade Carnival Club
|£4,700||Arts Council England|
|10 Mar 1997||Tyne & Wear Museums
Siemens/Harton Locomotive, North Shields - Restoration and Display
|£92,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Feb 1997||North Tyneside Steelband
To purchase transport & instruments
|£12,648||Arts Council England|