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|4 Oct 2000||Cullercoats Community Groups' Millenium Association
The group aims to produce a leaflet depicting a heritage trail in the local area, and an anthology booklet recording the local history of Cullercoats. They hope it will encourage more people to learn about the local environment and its history by involvi
|£1,315||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Oct 2000||Northumbria Mammal Group
The group promotes the study, monitoring and conservation of mammals and their habitats in Northumbria. The grant would enable them to to provide survey equipment and training for members to undertake the survey and monitoring of mammals. Once trained, th
|£3,267||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Oct 2000||Wideopen and District Juniors AFC
The group provides opportunities for young people to train and participate in football in partnership with local schools. The grant will allow them to set up 7-a-side teams and an under 9's team. Coaches and managers will also be able to recieve first ai
|4 Oct 2000||Newcastle Womens Football Club
The group provides regular coaching and training for women and girls in football and participate in several leagues. The grant will enable them to purchase the necessary facilities and equipmenty to set up a new junior section.
|4 Oct 2000||North Shields Juniors Football Club
The group provide an opportunity for young people to participate in competitive football. The grant will allow them to purchase the equipment and additional training needed to facilitate the expansion of the club and a coaching course for the team coaches
|4 Oct 2000||Newcastle Eagles Amateur Rugby League
The group aims to encourage young people to participate in and enjoy rugby at all levels with the intention of increasing the number of players coaches and referees in the area. The grant will allow them to provide quality coaching for new and existing p
|4 Oct 2000||Tynemouth Hockey Club
The group provides opportunities for people of all ages to play and compete in hockey. The grant will allow them to promote and strengthen junior membership through specific training courses for coaches and umpires and providing equipment to offer traini
|4 Oct 2000||Burnside Community High School
The group aim to develop the sport of rugby in the local area. The grant will allow them to provide the necessary equipment and facilities to set up an under 16's team under 18's team and a girls team. They will also be able to allow several students to
|30 Aug 2000||North Tyneside Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will build on an existing project which provides advice and information to the deaf, hard of hearing, blind and visually impaired people. The three-year grant will fund office equipment, salaries for two existing f/t & one p/t posts, professi
|22 Aug 2000||Meadow Well Connected
This Community Centre In North Tyneside Provides A Range Of Activities For Local Residents And Children On The Meadow Well Estate. The Grant Will Be Used For Music And Drum Workshops Involving The Local Community.
|£1,003||Arts Council England|
|22 Aug 2000||Tynemouth Bowling Club
This group based in North Tyneside provides bowling activities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase new equipment for use within the club house.
|22 Aug 2000||Cullercoats Broadway Centre Club for Retired Men
This group provides recreation and leisure facilities for retired men in Cullercoats and the surrounding area. The grant will be used to purchase equipment for social events.
|22 Aug 2000||2nd Battle Hill Guide Unit
This group provides opportunities for girls and young women to develop self-awareness, respect and confidence, teamwork, appreciation of the environment, to make friends and have fun. The grant will be used for a programme of outdoor activities for membe
|22 Aug 2000||North Tyneside Steam Railway Association
This group promotes and supports the North Tyneside Steam Railway. The grant will be used to purchase equipment for use by members to promote the railway to the wider community.
|£2,173||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Aug 2000||Wallsend Mini Soccer Project
This group aims to encourage social interaction confidence and knowledge through the sport of football. The grant will support running costs coaching fees and new equipment.
|22 Aug 2000||Killingworth Archers
This group provides facilities and tuition in all forms of archery. The grant will enable the group to offer access to beginners and people who are visually impared.
|21 Aug 2000||The Percy Hedley Centre
Specialised Sports Equipment & Secure Storage Hut
|18 Aug 2000||The Percy Hedley Foundation
THE PERCY HEDLEY ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITY CENTRE
|£14,820||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Aug 2000||North Tyneside Council
North Shields Old Town Hall - Refurbishment
|£495,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Jul 2000||Isis Arts
The Big M
|£24,738||Arts Council England|
|11 Jul 2000||Concert Royal
The Avison Project
|£9,700||Arts Council England|
|4 Jul 2000||North East Post Adoption Service
This project is to recruit and train additional volunteers to expand its post adoption service by developing an advocacy forum and building on links with other organisations. This three-year grant will pay salaries for 2 full time and 1 part time posts
|3 Jul 2000||Friends of Wallsend Parks
This Registered Charity Aims To Maintain And Equip The Local Parks, Gardens And Other Recreational Areas And Provide Education, Recreational And Social Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Hold An Arts Festival Celebrating The History Of The Area.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|3 Jul 2000||Association of Part-Time Tutors (APTT)
The group provides support and training for part-time adult-education teachers. The grant will be used to provide 4 days of training in autumn 2000 and willl meet the cost of teachers fees, clerical support, room hire, equipment and catering.
|3 Jul 2000||Benton Estate Community Group
This community group provides recreational and educational activities in the local area. The grant will be used to provide a series of day trips.
|3 Jul 2000||First Shiremoor Scout Group
This group provides opportunities for young people to take part in scouting and adventure activities. The grant will be used to purchase camping and recreational activity equipment.
|3 Jul 2000||The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Association Newcastle Branch
The group provides support and social activities for ex-servicemen and their families. The grant will be used to provide a millennium reunion for ex-members of the fusiliers from around the country.
|3 Jul 2000||Tynemouth District Scout Council
The group provides the opportunity for young people to take part in adventure and scouting activities. They are holding a Millennium Gang Show in November 2000 and the grant will be used to meet the cost of hiring a theatre for one week
|3 Jul 2000||Westmorland Estate Action Group
The group was established to tackle issues which effect the local residents, improve local facilities for greater access and provide holiday activities for children and families living in the area. The grant will be used to hold a celebration event for th
|3 Jul 2000||The Royal British Legion Blyth Branch Youth Section
The group provides social activities and comradeship for ex-serviceman and their families. They have recently started a junior section and the grant will be use to extend these activities, especially to those in disadvantaged areas.
|3 Jul 2000||Cullercoats Community Association
This group provides facilities for social and recreational activities of the local community. The grant will be used to hold an open day at the community hall for members of the local community and will meet the cost of publicity, transport and entertainm
|3 Jul 2000||5th Cramlington Scout Group
This group provides opportunities for the intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development of young people. The grant will be used to purchase camping equipment.
|3 Jul 2000||1st Killingworth (St Johns) Scout Group
The group provides the opportunity for young people to take part in scouting and adventure activities. The grant will be used to purchase new camping equipment.
|3 Jul 2000||Cullercoats Skater Hockey Group
The group provides opportunities for young people to take part in skater hockey. The grant will be used to provide coaching and referee courses purchase new equipment and hold tournaments.
|3 Jul 2000||Junior North East Rugby League
This group aims to provide opportunities and facilities for young people to play and compete in Rugby League. The grant will be used to meet the cost of training for coaches and general start up costs.
|3 Jul 2000||Terminus Judo Club
This group promotes and offers opportunities to participate in the sport of judo. The grant will bu used to purchase judo mats and judo suits for the club.
|19 Jun 2000||Newcastle Blue Star Football Club
Construct a full sized football pitch with training lights and to increase lux levels on the main pitch system.
|16 Jun 2000||Childcare Enterprise Limited
The grant will be used to create 93 before school places, 80 after school places and 80 holiday places for children aged 4 - 14 years in the North Tyneside area. 5 local schools will be served.
|£144,982||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Jun 2000||North Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council
St Marys Island, Whitley Bay - Phase 2
|£42,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 May 2000||North Tyneside Steelband
The Steelband Provides Tuition, Rehearsal And Performance Opportunities To Enable Young People To Take Part In A Steel Band. The Grant Will Be Used To Take Their Members To Perform At The Dome And Take Part In The National Festival Of Youth Arts.
|£3,588||Arts Council England|
|19 May 2000||Kings Estate Residents Association
The residents association provides recreational, educational and social facilities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase tables and double glaze some windows.
|19 May 2000||Collingwood Over 60's Group
The group provides recreational and social facilities for pensioners. The grant will enable the group to purchase kitchen equipment and go on a summer outing.
|19 May 2000||Cullercoats Community Association
The group providesfacilities for the social and recreational activities of the local community. The grant will be use to purchase new equipment for the bowling club.
|19 May 2000||5th Whitley Bay Scout Group
The group provides scouting activities and opportunities for young people's physical, intellectual and mental development. The grant will be used to purchase camping equipment.
|19 May 2000||Wallsend Memorial Hall
The group provides facilities for social and recreational activities for local people. The grant will be used to refurbish and redecorate the hall.
|19 May 2000||The Thursday Club
The group provides social activities for the recovering mentally ill in North Tyneside. The grant will be used to provide a series of vists to places throughout the North East.
|19 May 2000||Sunderland City Netball Club
The group provides opportunities for women to take part in netball training and activities. The gant will be used to provide training and taster sessions and purchase new equipment and kit.
|19 May 2000||The King's School
This is a co-educational HMC school which provides education for 4 - 18 year olds. The grant will be used as a contrinbution towards the installation of an artificial cricket pitch.
|19 May 2000||Northumberland Badminton Association
The group provides training coaching and development opportunities for badminton players of all ages and abilities. The grant will be used to provide coaching and leader courses for their volunteers.
|19 May 2000||Seatonians Netball Club
The group provides opportunities for people to learn develop and compete in netball activities. The grant will enable the group to extend the age range and train coaches to a higher level as well as purchasing new kit and meeting coaching and costs of tr
|19 May 2000||Longbenton Families Activity Group
The group provides holidays for disadvantaged local people and will be used to meet the cost of a holiday including caravan hire, transport costs and day trips.
|16 May 2000||Wakeman, Ms Lynda Kathryn
Whitley Bay - Plaster Casts
|£6,000||Arts Council England|
|20 Apr 2000||North Tyneside LEA
The LEA is proposing to extend and develop existing out of hours learning and create a programme of new provision under the banner of North Tyneside Children's University (NTCU). The programme will cover out of hours learning and summer school provision i
|£920,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Apr 2000||North Tyneside LEA
The LEA will extend and develop existing out of hours learning and create a programme of new provision under the banner of North Tyneside Children's University (NTCU).
|£150,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Apr 2000||Window On The World International Music Festival - North Tyn
WOW Black & Asian Arts Education Programme
|£22,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Apr 2000||19th Whitley Bay Scout Group
The group provides opportunities for young people to take part in scouting activities. A grant will enable the group to purchase camping and other associated equipment.
|11 Apr 2000||3rd Tynemouth (Ritsons Own) Scout Group
The group provides opportunities for young people to take part in scouting activities. The grant will be used to resurface the building carpark and provide improved pathways to the building.
|11 Apr 2000||First Act Theatre
The group aims to advance the education of young people in the arts by encouraging participation by children in live theatre and music activities. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and sheet music to encourage the establishment of a new theatr
|11 Apr 2000||20th BN Royal Fusiliers Association
This group fosters comradeship and friendship and provides support for widows and families. The grant will be used to provide a summer luncheon and produce a newsletter.
|11 Apr 2000||Seghill Colliery Institute
The group provides facilities for the social, recreational and educational activities of the local community. The grant will be used to run a history project celebrating the changes in the village and will meet the costs of production, printing and venu
|£4,631||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Apr 2000||Burradon and Camperdown Forum
The group aims to improve and enhance the local area and provide activities for the local community. The grant will be used to hold a carnival to celebrate the millennium and will meet the cost of marquee and equipment hire, bouncy castle and soft play
|11 Apr 2000||Tynemouth Sailing Club
The group provides opportunites for people to take part in sailing activities. The grant will be used to purchase new training boats.
|7 Apr 2000||Alzheimer's Society North Tyneside
This project is to improve the quality of life for carers of people with dementia. Services will include support, information, education and ongoing consultation with carers to improve services and social activities. The three-year grant will fund salari
|7 Apr 2000||Longbenton Youth Project
This organisation offers detached youth work in Longbenton. The project will continue to develop one-to-one and issue based group work with vulnerable young women. The three-year grant will fund one existing full-time salary for a female detached youth w
|22 Feb 2000||Moorside Community Group
The group aims to improve the living conditions of local residents through providing a resource for educational, recreational and social activities. They have recently established junior and senior football teams. The grant will be used to purchase stri
|22 Feb 2000||Walkerville Community Association
The group provides facilities for the recreational, social and educational activities of the local community, and the grant wil be used to strip and refelt the roof ensuring that the building can remain in community use.
|22 Feb 2000||Tonbridge United Football Club
The group works with young boys and girls in a disadvantaged area of North Shields providing opportunities to take part in recreational activities, particularly football. The grant wil be used to purchase football and sports equipment and the cost of par
|22 Feb 2000||Whitley Bay Division Guide Association
A Guide group that encourages young girls and women to take part in social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to replace old camping equipment to provide more opportunities for members to go camping.
|22 Feb 2000||Northern Voices
The group organises community based creative writing projects and events in the North East and is planning a festival of events to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Spence, a local figure who promoted local community and environmenta
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Feb 2000||Northumberland Table Tennis
This newly formed group orgnanises table-tennis competitions and training opportunities for people in the North East. The grant will be used to improve their facilities purchase table tennins tables and barriers.
|22 Feb 2000||Newcastle East End Juniors Football Club
The group provides oportunities for young people to take part in football training and competitionand has recently established an U10 mini football team. The grant will be used for registration costs equipment for the new team and costs of entering a
|14 Feb 2000||Priory Out of School Club Ltd
The grant will be used to set up 24 before-school places, 24 after-school places and 24 holiday places for children aged 5-11 in the Tynemouth area of North Tyneside. Schools served will be Priory Primary and other local schools.
|£49,290||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Jan 2000||North Tyneside District Disability Forum
This project will provide a forum for the discussion of disability issues and enable people with disabilities to present their views to service providers. The three-year grant will contribute to the salaries of three posts, general running expenses, train
|28 Jan 2000||St Peter's Parish Centre
This project will refurbish the community centre, located in a portion of the church building, making it more safe for users. The three-year grant will pay for refurbishment, salaries for four existing posts, training, rent and running costs.
|28 Jan 2000||Meadow Well Connected
This organisation provides advice and support for residents of the Meadow Well Estate. The project will extend the centre's opening from two to five evenings a week. The three-year grant will fund six new and one existing posts, and contribute to general
|12 Jan 2000||Armstrong, Mr Keith
Poet & Writer at Hexham Races
|£3,600||Arts Council England|
|12 Jan 2000||Baker-Alder, Ms Helen
A Residency at The Discovery Museum, Newcastle
|£2,300||Arts Council England|
|30 Dec 1999||North Tyneside Council
This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.
|£77,840||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 1999||Care In The Community - North Tyneside Council
|£19,000||Arts Council England|
|10 Dec 1999||Southridge Breakfast Club
The grant will be used to set up a breakfast club to complement the existing afterschool and holiday provision. 24 places for children aged 4 -11 will be created in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear. Schools served will be Southridge First, Valley Gardens Middl
|£3,771||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||Tynemouth Pageant
Est. 1989. This Is A Community Drama Group Which Does Touring Plays And A Triennial Pageant Based On Local History. They Plan To Present An Original One Act Piece Called 'Stand Clear Of The Doors'. Writers Fee (-ú1,000), Directors Fee (-ú750), Costumes (-ú
|£2,860||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 1999||Bede Wind Philharmonic & Bede Chorus
Est. 1989. The Group Performs At Concerts, Festivals And Tours And Raises Money For Charity. They Are Planning A Large Event At The City Hall Involving Community Bands, School Groups, Dance Groups And Drama Workshops To Celebrate The Millennium. Hire Of
|£2,700||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 1999||Forest Hall Over Sixties Club
Est. 1946. The group is a friendship club which provides social and recreational activities for the over 60s in their local area. They want to hold a millennium celebration and meal. a contribution towards a millennium meal and refreshments, entertainme
|8 Dec 1999||Collingwood Drugs Initiative
Est: 1996. The group aims to increase awareness of drug abuse through the provision of information, advice and support to parents and carers. They wish to set up three outreach centres within the Collingwood ward. computer and printer (-ú1,000), 3 displa
|8 Dec 1999||North Tyneside Total Hip User Group Social Activities Group
Est. May 1999. The group has been established to provide social activities for people who have had, or a waiting to have, joint replacement operations. They want to provide transport to and from social activities for their members. transport costs (-ú1,5
|8 Dec 1999||North Tyneside Twin Towns Association
Est. 1980. The group aims to forge European links through town twinning. They would like to take European visitors to Beamish museum when they are visiting in May 2,000. coach hire (-ú290), entrance to Beamish museum (-ú364), meals (-ú240)
|8 Dec 1999||1st Wallsend Guide Unit
Est 1919. This group provides a range of guiding activities for girls which encourages them to work together to develop their skills. They want to purchase new camping equipment for their members. 4 patrol tents (-ú1,000), dining tent (-ú800)
|8 Dec 1999||Cullercoats Local History Society
Est: 1981. The Group Organises Monthly Speakers On The History And Traditions Of The Local Area As Well As Organising Outings. They Are Also In The Process Of Compiling Records, Recollections And Information And Maintaining A Small Library For Members A
|£1,837||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||Wallsend Dragons Dojo
"Est. 1997. The Group Provides Instruction In Judo For Ages Ranging Between 5-49 Particularly Welcoming Children With Learning Disabilities. They Want To Purchase More Safety Matting. Matting And Crash Mat (+¦1,470)"
|8 Dec 1999||Beverley Park Lawn Tennis Club
"Est: 1920. The Group Provides Tennis For Seniors And Juniors Including Practice, Coaching And Tournaments. They Wish To Increase Contact With Local Schools And Develop Junior Coaching Opportunities. Tennis Development In Two Special Schools And Equipme
|8 Dec 1999||Northumbrian Schools Orienteering Association
"Est: 1999. The Group Aims To Take Orienteering Into Schools To Increase Participation In The Sport. They Provide Teacher And Leader Courses, Maps Of School Grounds And Local Areas As Well As Introductory Talks And Training Sessions In Orienteering. Sur
|8 Dec 1999||Disability Sport England-Northern Region
The group provides sporting activities for people with any disability to encourage participation in sport from grass roots level to international standards.They wish to organise a national championship for Boccia and a Bowls event.
|8 Dec 1999||Sandyford Netball Club
A group of women who have come together after a netball taster course to train and play netball.They want to take part in new leagues and attend coaching courses for officials.
|8 Dec 1999||Cullercoats Skater Hockey
The group provides opportunities for children to play and compete in skater hockey at all levels through the provision of qualified coaching.They wish to improve the facilities and equipment that they offer.
|8 Dec 1999||15th Whitley Bay Scout Group
Est. 1961. This is a scout group providing activities for young people of a wide age range who want to improve the security of their building. contribution towards supply and erection of security fencing.
|26 Nov 1999||Longbenton Youth Project
The project will continue the group's work which empowers young people to contribute effectively to the community. The three-year grant will fund one full-time salary, contribute to running costs, training, travel and group work costs.
|26 Nov 1999||The North Tyneside Carers Centre
This organisation provides a wide range of support to carers. The project will organize a forum, provide information and training and help carers to maximize their income. The three-year grant will fund salaries for two existing posts and two new posts, r
|8 Nov 1999||Gateshead Kestrels
The group aims to provide sport and leisuire opportunities for children and young people with a physical and/or learning disability through the provision of coaching,facilities and competitions.They wish to purchase new equipment.
|2 Nov 1999||Abela Dance School Fundraising Group
The Group Is A Dance Studio Which Provides Activities And Training For Children Between The Ages Of 18 Months And 18 Years. A Grant Will Enable The Group To Put On Their First Performance Of Music, Dance And Drama Throughout The Year. The Grant Will Pay F
|£3,880||Arts Council England|
|2 Nov 1999||Blyth Photographic Society
The Group Is A Photographic Society Which Aims To Encourage Photography As An Art Form And A Hobby. They Plan To Hold An Exhibition In The Year 2,000 Entitled 'Yesterday, Today And ....' Looking At The History And Changes In The Blyth Area. The Grant Wil
|£650||Arts Council England|