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|4 Oct 2000||1156 (Whitley Bay) Squadron, Air Training Corps
Est. 1941. This group provides training and guidance to young people aged 13-22 years. They want to purchase new training aids and materials and sports equipment. purchasing audio and sports equipment and adventure training equipment
|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.
|2 Nov 1999||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
The group provides a range of scouting activities and leases Barrasford Scout Centre which provides a base for outdoor activities for many scout groups and which the group wish to refurbish.
|28 Sep 2001||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
The group provides a range of scouting activities and leases Barrasford Scout Centre which provides a base for outdoor activities for many scout groups. The award will allow them to refurbish a new hut by building a toilet block and purchasing more sport
|16 Jan 2004||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
This scout group will use its award to introduce its members to quad biking. contribution to the purchase of 4 quad bikes.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 May 2006||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
This organisation is set up to promote physical training and social development of young people. An award will allow the group to provide camping and adventure activities.
|£4,993||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 Jun 2007||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
This scout group will use an award to purchase four quad bikes. The quad bikes will be used at camps held throughout the year. The quad bikes will be small enough for children to use as the standard size bikes they have restrict members who are not tall
|£3,676||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 Oct 2009||13th Tynemouth Scout Group
This group provides a range of scouting activities and leases Barrasford Scout Centre which provides a base for outdoor activities for many scout groups and youth organisations. They will use an award to rewire the centre, install additional fireproofing
|£9,457||Big Lottery Fund|
|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.
|11 Aug 2008||15th Whitley Bay Scout Group
This scout group would use funding to install a heating system within its headquarters, making it more appealing to other user groups, including preschools.
|£4,350||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|26 Apr 2006||15th Whitley Bay. Chesters Cottage
This Group Is A Joint Venture Between Two Scout Groups, Which Aims To Improve The Facilities Of The Cottage Used By The 15th Whitley Bay Chesters Scout Group. The Award Will Allow The Group To Upgrade The Cottage And Enable Other Voluntary Groups To Use T
|£4,725||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|27 Apr 2009||18th Tynemouth Scout Group
This scout group will use funding to host new outdoor activity camps. The award will fund equipment and activities such as archery and orienteering to encourage team work in outdoor situations.
|£6,977||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|12 Sep 2014||18th Tynemouth Scout Group
This is a project by a scout group in Tynemouth, North Tyneside. The organisation will use the funding to train volunteers to deliver outward bound activities to young people and equip the scout troop. This will enable the organisation to offer additional activities to attract more young people to join the organisation and improve their confidence, raise aspirations and improve educational outputs.
|£7,150||Big Lottery Fund|
|4 Oct 2000||18th Whitley Bay Cullercoats Methodist Scout Group
Est. 1966. This group provides outdoor adventure activities. They want to purchase a mess tent and patrol tents with ground sheets. one mess tent, six patrol tents and five ground sheets
|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.
|13 Oct 2008||1st Forest Hall Brownies
This brownies group will use funding to purchase uniforms to be worn on annual holidays. The uniform will allow the girls to take part in all activities without spoiling their regular clothes. Uniforms will be collected from participants at the end of eac
|£1,399||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|29 Jan 2017||1st Forest Hall Guides
The project will deliver social enterprise training and activities for young women from their unit, including workshops, support from mentors and trips to workplaces. This will help young women to develop entrepreneurial, business and employability skills, and engage them in creating social enterprises to address issues within their communities.
|£6,950||Big Lottery Fund|
|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.
|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.
|7 Sep 1999||1st Shiremoor (St Mark's) Guides
The group provides guiding activities including crafts and games, outdoor activities, holidays and outings. The grant is for tents and waterproof clothing.
|20 Sep 2007||1st Shiremoor (St Mark's) Guides
An award will enable 1st Shiremoor St Marks Guides to purchase new lightweight tents and associated equipment. This will allow the guides to go on lightweight camping trips and complete their Duke of Edinburgh awards.
|£2,194||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|10 May 2005||1st Shiremoor Brownies
This Brownie Pack Will Use Its Award To Purchase Camping Equipment Which Will Enable Them To Go On Static Camps. This Will Provide The Children With Opportunities To Learn New Skills And Experience Different Environments. Tents, Cooker, Sleepmats, Sleepin
|£1,372||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|9 Dec 2009||1st Shiremoor Brownies
This Brownie group is based in a low employment area where children do not always have the opportunity to go on holiday. Funding will be used to purchase cooking equipment to join in the planned Centenary Camp in July 2010 to celebrate the 100th birthday
|£762||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Mar 2016||1st Shiremoor Scouts
The organisation will use the funding to purchase new camping equipment, event shelters and a trailer. This will enable more young people to access the outdoor, social and development activities and events of scouting.
|£7,139||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Feb 2012||1st Tynemouth (Christ Church) Scout Group
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in North Tyneside. The organisation will use the funding to purchase additional camping and expedition equipment. This will enable the group to offer outdoor and camping activities to all members as the group'
|£5,170||Big Lottery Fund|
|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)
|29 Nov 2000||1st Wallsend Guide Unit
This group would like to purchase a computer and keyboard to enable the guides to widen their knowledge of Guide Associations in other countries. The award is for a computer and keyboard.
|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.
|3 May 1998||20th BN Royal Fusiliers Association
Association aims to foster comradeship among ex-service people and produces a newsletter aimed at less able bodied members. Grant is for a computer and luncheon at Victory Club, London.
|7 Sep 1999||20th BN Royal Fusiliers Association
This group aims to foster comradeship and friendship and to provide support for widows and families. The grant is for a Christmas/millennium lunch and costs of producing newsletter to enable all members to stay in touch.
|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.
|4 Oct 2000||20th BN Royal Fusiliers Association
The group provides friendship and support for widows and families. The award will enable the group to provide a newsletter and a Christmas lunch for members.
|12 Mar 2003||20th BN Royal Fusiliers Association
This Group Want Funds To Allow All Their Members And Their Wives To Travel To London To Take Part In 2 National Reunion Events One In June 2003 And One In December 2003. They Also Wish To Produce A Newsletter Twice A Year To Help Improve Communication Bet
|£1,040||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|4 Mar 1999||20th Bttn Royal Fusiliers Association
The group fosters comradeship between members who were involved in war time activity. The grant will provide a summer lunch for members.
|9 Jun 2001||20th Tynemouth Guide Company
This group provides a range of educational, recreational and social activities for young women with the aim of improving life skills. The award will allow them to purchase camping equipment.
|9 Jun 2009||20th Whitley Bay Scout Group
This scout group will use funding to refurbish their current scout headquarters with a new kitchen, toilets and flooring. The project will enable the group to provide an improved building for the scout group and the local community.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|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.
|3 Jun 2013||2344 (Longbenton) Squadron Air Training Corps
|18 Feb 1998||2344 Longbenton Air Training Corps
Group aims to promote and encourage an interest in aviation and provide training for young people. Grant is to purchase a range of musical instruments for the Corps Bugle & Drum Band.
|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
|26 Sep 2006||2nd Tynemouth Scout Group
This Project Is To Fund Camping Equipment, Allowing The Group To Offer Existing And New Members The Opportunity To Participate In A Centenary Camp In 2007, An Activity That Members Of The Group Do Not Normally Have Access To.
|£8,245||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|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.
|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.
|27 May 2002||3rd Wideopen Guides
The Group Allows A Structure For Physical, Spiritual And Emotional Development By Providing A Varied Programme Of Activities. They Want To Extend Their Current Facilities To Allow Them To Have More Control Over Their Programme Of Outdoor Activities. Th
|£1,280||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|14 Oct 2004||41 Royal Marines Commando Veterans Association
14 Second World War Veteran's from various areas have been awarded a grant as a group towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for 6 spouses, 2 widows and 7 carers to travel with the Vet
|£8,290||New Opportunities Fund|
|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.
|11 Jun 1996||5th St Aidens Girl Guides
A new Girl Guide unit based in a disadvantaged area, embarking on a camping programme. The one year grant will be used to purchase camping, sports and activity equipment.
|3 May 1998||5th Whitley Bay Scout Group
Aims to promote good citizenship on a community, national and international level, based on a range of activities following the Scout Promise & Law. Grant is for replacement window frames, security grill, garage door and camping equipment.
|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.
|28 Sep 2001||861 (Wideopen) Squadron Air Training Corps
This group provides training for young people. The award will be used to purchase computer equipment.
|8 Jun 2004||861 (Wideopen) Squadron Air Training Corps
This Group Provide Training, Sports And Adventurous And Aviation Based Activities For Young People In Their Area. The Grant Will Be Used To Run A Programme Of Activities Including Participation In The Duke Of Edinburgh Scheme, And Will Allow The Group To
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|10 Feb 2009||861 (Wideopen) Squadron Air Training Corps
This group will use an award to set up an IT network and flight simulator to develop their administration and ground training. The aim of the project is to improve the efficiency of the organisation and the quality of the training they deliver to their ca
|£4,737||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|9 Jun 2001||9th Whitley Bay Scout Group
This Scout group would like to purchase camping equipment and make special refurbishments to their scout hut.
|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|
|4 Mar 1999||Access for the Disabled (North East) Ltd
The project will extend the escort service for people with disabilities into evening and weekend social periods. This three - year grant will pay for office equipment, salaries for staff and freelance workers, running expenses, training, travel and recrui
|10 Feb 2009||Acorn Community Reuse and Recycling Community Interest Compa
This new computer recycling company will use an award to furnish two new training rooms, one for classroom based work and the other as a practical based training facility. The facilities will be used to train young people and the unemployed to help them g
|£7,228||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|20 Nov 2012||Acorn Community Reuse and Recycling Community Interest Compa
This is a project by a company limited by guarantee in North Tyneside. The organisation will use the funding to run a range of short drop-in and taster non-accredited training courses including volunteering, IT, confidence building and healthy cooking to
|£9,510||Big Lottery Fund|
|30 Jan 2003||Acorns
The Project Will Provide Therapeutic And Support Services To Children And Young People Living With The Effects Of Domestic Violence In North Tyneside. The Project Aims To Improve Their Life Chances Through Allowing Them To Express Their Feelings, Share Th
|14 Jun 2011||Acorns (North Tyneside)
This project will support children and families with experience of domestic abuse. Providing therapeutic play and creative mediums, such as paint, clay and collages, children will have an opportunity to explore their feelings in a safe supportive, nurturi
|£478,654||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Oct 2016||Acorns (North Tyneside)
The project supports children and young people, who have witnessed and/or experienced domestic and sexual violence and abuse and as a result have suffered with emotional and/or behavioural difficulties related to those experiences. The project has been developed to increase capacity and introduce more support around the initial safety of the child, as well as working with women and families offering parenting skills training.
|£497,615||Big Lottery Fund|
|11 Aug 2004||Across Communities: The Young Peoples Project
This Group Works Towards The Promotion Of Racial Harmony In The Local Community. The Award Will Enable The Members To Visit Beth Shalom, The Holocaust Memorial Centre In Nottingham. It Will Also Pay For An Experiential Visit To Bradford To Look At Local I
|£3,725||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|2 Apr 2006||Across Communities: The Young Peoples Project
This Organisation Aims To Advance The Education Of The Public And To Promote Equality Of Opportunity And Good Relations Between Persons Of Different Racial Groups. This Project Will Teach Young People Dances From Many Of The Different Diverse Cultures Whi
|£3,846||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|22 Oct 2016||Africawad Recycling Community Interest Company
The project will train African women refugees who volunteer at their recycling depot in Newcastle upon Tyne in packing, labelling and dispatching clothes. This will help the women develop confidence and experience, and will also reduce isolation and depression amongst African women refugees.
|£9,313||Big Lottery Fund|
|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.
|5 Jun 1998||Afro-Caribbean Peoples Association
The group aims to give members the opportunity to work in collaboration with other groups to promote equal opportunity and community relations, and acts as a consultation body for the Local Authority and schools. Grant is for an outing to carnivals in Not
|17 Dec 1996||Age Concern North Tyneside
The group will provide improved day centre facilities through the extension and refurbishment of the building and purchase of new equipment and furniture at this centre and two others. The one year grant will be used to refurbish the premises and purchase
|16 Jun 1999||Age Concern North Tyneside
The group provides facilities and services for elderly people in and around North Tyneside. The grant is for modification of the minibus to safety standards.
|12 Dec 2000||Age Concern North Tyneside
This Age Concern project aims to provide training in computers and communication technology for older people on Tyneside. The project will use laptop computers to deliver an `outreach-+ service in the community for people who would have difficulty travelli
|£50,006||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Mar 2002||Age Concern North Tyneside
The project is to recruit, train and co-ordinate volunteers to support the organisation's work with older people in North Tyneside. Volunteers will work throughout the district providing a number of services including support work in local community cent
|2 Jun 2005||Age Concern North Tyneside
Age Concern North Tyneside has acquired a building in North Shields to be used as an older people's resource centre. The project is to refurbish the building and the Big Lottery Fund grant will partly fund the renovation work.
|9 Feb 2006||Age Concern North Tyneside
The project will assess, manage, train and support their 280 currently registered volunteers.
|27 Feb 2007||Age Concern North Tyneside
Age Concern North Tyneside
|£3,126||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|17 Feb 2010||Age Concern North Tyneside
This charity will use an award to provide a range of activities for elderly people living in sheltered housing schemes in the area, including new age bowls, wii fitness classes and arts and crafts. They will also host consultation events for isolated memb
|£9,992||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 Jun 2012||Age UK North Tyneside
A project to provide timely access to psychosocial support for older people during their hospital stay and beyond. The project will provide advice and support for 400 older, people to promote mental well being, reduce isolation, encourage healthy eating,
|£199,934||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Nov 2012||Age UK North Tyneside
This is a project by an incorporated charity in North Tyneside. The organisation will use the funding to run healthy eating programme in partnership with the local PCT for older people within the community. This will educate older people in the community
|£9,560||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Jun 2015||Alan Vaughan
The Isle is Full of Noises AIDF
|£4,865||Arts Council England|
|26 Jul 2006||Allen Memorial Methodist Church
This Church Hall Will Use Funding To Re-Wire The Church Hall. Many Groups Such As Toddler Groups And Age Concern Use Their Building. This Project Will Provide A Safer Environment.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|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
|29 May 2003||Alzheimer's Society North Tyneside
This project will support carers of people with Alzheimers Disease, both individually and in groups. It will provide training and social events. It will allow carers to share experiences and gain a greater understanding of dementia. The three year gra
|26 Jun 2007||Amanda Mcgarvie
Perspectives - Truly, Madly, Deeply
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|6 Sep 2016||Amberley Primary School
The school will use the funding to improve the outdoor facilities with new outdoor fitness equipment. This will provide physical activities to encourage children to be more active, and help improve their concentration and attainment levels.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Nov 1997||Anchor Trust
Anchor Northern Region - Older Peoples Arts Project.
|£39,000||Arts Council England|
|1 Aug 2001||Annitsford Community Group
This group aims to provide social activities and support for members of their local community. They would like start up funds for office equipment and training.admin costs, computer equipment, photocopier, fax, office furniture, training and visits
|28 Jun 2011||Ant Creative Ltd
Gold Arts Award
|£2,108||British Film Institute|
|29 Feb 2012||Anthony Lo-Giudice
|£7,225||Arts Council England|
|28 Jul 2014||Anthony Lo-Giudice
Choreographic Professional Development Project
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|19 Aug 2015||Anthony Lo-Giudice
|£11,993||Arts Council England|
|2 Sep 2016||Anthony Lo-Giudice
|£27,442||Arts Council England|
|12 Jan 2000||Armstrong, Mr Keith
Poet & Writer at Hexham Races
|£3,600||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 2004||Arpeggio Films Ltd
Keyring Video Planning Project
|£1,500||UK Film Council|
|20 Nov 2006||Arpeggio Films Ltd
Beacon Hill Film Project
|£3,225||UK Film Council|
|8 Jun 2004||Arthritis Care North Tyneside Branch
This group support people with arthritis. The award means thy can hire a jumbo ambulance and driver to go on 2 weekly social trips to an Arthritis care hotel. hire of jumbo ambulance bus for 2 separate weeks.
|£2,500||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|7 Dec 2001||Artscope Arts
|£26,500||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 2001||Artscope Arts
Spirit of Friendship Event
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|1 Apr 2002||Ashleigh School
This school caters for students with severe learning disabilities aged from 2-19. They would like to establish a lunch time and evening club for rebound therapy. They will use the funds to purchase a trampoline
|£3,964||New Opportunities Fund|
|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.
|9 Jun 2001||Association of Part-Time Tutors (APTT)
This group supports and trains adult education part time tutors to equip them to educate and train local communities. They would like funds to establish themselves as a City and Guilds centre and accredit six training courses created by part-time adult e
|7 Sep 1999||Autism North Tyneside
An organisation that supports families affected by autism. A grant is for equipment, furniture, play equipment, training and publications.
|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.
|26 Mar 1998||Avenues
A service offering counselling and group support to women & children experiencing domestic violence. The three year grant will pay for office equipment and refurbishment, two staff salaries and running costs.