Lottery grants awarded to Northumberland, North East in 1999

227 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council

£55,501 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council will provide a new fenced and floodlit synthetic turf pitch and new changing facilities at Berwick Community High School in the Spittal Ward, Northumberland. The proposals will benefit 800 pupils at the School, 300 pupils at

£1,288,565 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council will create a floodlit multi-use games area and provide changing facilities and access for disabled users at the school. The new facility will be used primarily for netball, tennis and football and will provide a quality spo

£121,622 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council

£134,574 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council will create a new floodlit multi-use games area and disabled access at the Castle Morpeth school. The new facility will be used for playing football, basketball, netball and tennis and will provide a quality sports facility

£136,459 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Northumberland County Council

Northumberland County Council will provide a new two-court sports hall and changing provision at a secondary school in the Allendale Ward, in Northumberland. The priority sports will be badminton, trampoline, and gymnastics.

£629,806 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 1999 Theatre Sans Frontieres

Into Africa

£59,967 Arts Council England
8 Dec 1999 Corbridge Pre-School

Est: 1974. The group provides pre-school activities for all children. They wish to undertake more visits and events as well as providing facilities for special needs children. farm and playground visits (-200), parties and events (-200), courses for sta

£800 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Guide Post Playgroup and Toddlers

Est. 1989. This group provides a playgroup facility for children up to school attending age. They want to expand the facilities provided by the playgroup. play equipment (-2,500)

£2,500 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Cleasewell Hill Tea Dance

Est 1972 A social activity group for older people who wish to undertake 2 visits and organise 2 social events for the group. a contribution towards 2 day visits and 2 dinner and dance events

£1,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Beaconhill Community Association

Est: 1974. The group provides facilities for many community groups including scouts, brownies, dog training, the blind club and the church. They wish to improve the facilties that they can provide. equipment including mixer, CD player, karaoke machine,

£3,296 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Klondyke & District Old People's Welfare Over 60s Club

Est. 1959. The group exists primarily to meet the needs of and provide social activities for the elderly in their local area. They want to improve the disabled access to their building, particularly for their millennium celebration. ramping to club (-18

£542 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Avenues Residents Association

Est: 1997. The group aims to provide recreational and training activities for the community, establish links between members, the local council and the police and to improve the standard and appearance of housing on the estate. They wish to improve a pi

£1,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Glendale Fitness Centre

Est: 1996. The group aims to promote physical fitness training and healthy living in the Wooler area. The group wish to extend their range of equipment. a contribution towards new equipment including treadmill, cycles, concept II rower and ladies dumbel

£5,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Humshaugh Playing Field Trust

Est: 1931. The trust was established to provide recreational facilities for the children of the parish. The group wish to provide a safe play facility for younger children by providing and installing a climbing frame/ slide. a contribution to a climbing

£5,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Science Alive

Est 1999 as a new partnership between the University of Northumbria and Int. Centre for Life. The organisation has previously hosted 6 annual activity/exhibition days to extend public awareness of the achievements of science and engineering. The aim of th

£4,884 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Wansbeck Victim Support Scheme

Est. 1988. The group provides emotional and practical support for victims of crime in their local area. They want to update their computer equipment and software. specialist software and training (-1,550), computer equipment (-1,000)

£2,550 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Byker Playgroup

Est. 1994. This group provides a playgroup aiming to advance the education of pre-school children. They want to provide trips and new equipment for the children who use their group. visits (-286), equipment (-795)

£1,081 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Catton Village Hall

Est. 1963. The group provides a venue for the local communities social and recreational activities. They want to improve the facilities they provide for the village. stone seating outside the hall (-1,800), 'Footpath' information panel (-1,468), crockery

£4,768 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Tynedale Victim Support

Est. 1989. The group provides practical and emotional support for victims of crime. They have recently moved to more accessible premises and need to refurbish the office. timber and electrical work (-300), decor (-133), carpets, curtains and furniture (

£1,466 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Birtley Village Hall Committee

Est. 1959. The group provides the village hall for the recreational and social activities of the local community. They want to refurbish their building. contribution towards decoration costs and purchase of tables, window blinds and curtains

£1,830 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Nelson Village Community Association

Est: 1988. The group provides activities for the local community including a knit and natter club, luncheon club and Youth Club. They wish to organise a millennium fete. hire of marquee and facilities (-1,000), hire of childrens village (-500), hire of

£2,900 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Northumbria Deaf Club

Est: 1999. The group provides social activities and aims to share experiences of overcoming communication difficulties. They wish to purchase equipment and extend their activities. computer (-1,000), portable TV (-149), DVD player (-220), transport cost

£3,261 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 School Common Action Team

Est 1998. A Group That Has Undertaken Environmental And Conservation Work On The Local Village Common Which Previously Had Been Derelict. They Now Want To Celebrate Their Achievement By Writing And Staging A Musical About The Common, The Work And Communi

£2,120 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Christon Bank Hall Committee

Est. 1997. The group manages the local village hall and provides recreational and social activities for this local community. They are putting together a cook book and local history with contributions from local people. paper and printing costs

£500 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Longhorsley Local History Society

Est. June 1999. This New Group Has Been Established To Collate, Research And Catalogue Local History With The Aim Of Encouraging Interest From The Local Community. They Want To Purchase Storage And Computer Equipment. Lockable Cabinet (-245), Cupboard (

£2,880 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Coquetdale Family History Group

Est. Jan 1999. This New Group Has Been Established To Provide Accessible Local Research Facilities Encouraging People From The Local Community To Take Part In Learning About Their Heritage. They Want To Purchase Equipment To Enable Them To Provide This

£1,694 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Harbottle & District Millennium Association

Est: 1999. The Group Aims To Bring The Local Community Together To Celebrate The Millennium. Bookbinding (-200), Stationary And Materials For Creation Of Book (-100), Hire Of Hall For Local Exhibition (-100), Stands And Lighting (-250)

£650 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Craftwrite

Est. 1997. The Group Runs Arts Workshops And Projects With The Aim Of Exploring The Local Rural Environment. They Want To Prepare, Publish And Launch A Book On The History And Re-Birth Of A Medieval Meadow In Tynedale. Artist Fee (-1,500), Book Producti

£4,714 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 East Hartford And District Community Association

Est. 1972. This registered charity provides social and recreational activities and facilities for the local community. They want to create a millennium tapestry depicting the history of their village to permanently hang in their hall tapestry expert fee

£4,935 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Bavington Millennium Project

Est: 1999. The Group Aims To Bring Together The Local Community By Recording The History Of The Parish. They Require Archive Materials, The Printing Of A Booklet And An Outdoor Interpretive Panel. Archival Materials (-250), Time Capsule (-50), Printing

£2,680 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Prudhoe Millennium Collage

Est: 1997. The Group Are Creating A Needlework Collage To Celebrate The Millennium By Leaving A Lasting Record Of The Local History Of Prudhoe. Through This They Are Extending The Skills And Creativity Of The Group And Intend To Undertake Further Projec

£1,116 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 The Glanton Millennium Project

Est: 1999. The Group Aims To Bring Together The Local Community To Celebrate The Millennium And Foster Community Spirit. They Require Computer Equipment To Assist Them In The Creation Of A Book. Laptop Computer (-3,680), Software (-100), Consumables Inc

£4,977 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Longframlington & Brinkburn 2,000

Est: 1998. The group aims to organise a variety of events and activities to celebrate the diverse social and cultural life of these two rural parishes. They want to run several projects including a young persons photography course and the creation of a

£2,730 Millennium Commission
8 Dec 1999 Berwick May Fair Committee

Est: 1995. The group organises a programme of events and activities to celebrate the traditional and ancient Berwick-upon-Tweed May Fair. They are requesting costs for the Millennium May Fair. performers fees (-2,850), hire of Maltings theatre (-450),

£5,000 Millennium Commission
8 Dec 1999 Tarset and Greystead Millennium Group

Est 1998 A millennium network that involves a remote rural community in Northumberland. A community of 120 houses aim to publish a photographic record of the houses and people. The children will record a diary over the millennium year.A Northumbrian nigh

£4,976 Millennium Commission
8 Dec 1999 T.E.A.M

Est. 1998. The group aims support the activities of Malvin's Close First School and develop partnerships between parents, staff and the wider community. They want to create a roman atrium from the start of the gregorian calendar and involve the children

£4,998 Millennium Commission
8 Dec 1999 Wylam Community Playing Fields Association

Est: 1973. This registered charity provides recreation and leisure facilities for the local community. They wish to improve the facilities that they offer. resurfacing of hard court area

£4,088 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 Morpeth Netball Club

"Est. 1991. The Group Offers The Opportunity For Participation In Netball Training And Competition. They Are Planning To Extend Their Club To Include A Junior Section And Hold A Millennium Tournament. Coaching And Umpiring Courses (+195), 15 Balls (+150)

£1,442 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 Berwick-upon-Tweed (Goswick) Junior Golf Club

"Est: 1989. The Group Provides Golf Coaching And Supervised Play For Young People Aged 4 - 18 And Also Enters A Team In Local League And Cup Events. They Wish To Undertake A Programme Of Coaching In Schools. 6 Weeks Coaching In 6 Schools (+720), Travel

£3,020 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 North Sunderland Football Club

The group provides coaching sessions and competitive opportunities in local leagues.They wish to establish a junior section to provide opportunties for young people in this rural area.Grant is for 20 training footballs and 5 match footballs.

£1,240 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 Prudhoe Ladies Netball Club

This established senior netball club want to start an under 11 section for boys and girls.Award is for umpiring and coaching courses, 2 sets of bibs, 20 training balls, 1 matchball, entry to summer and winter leagues

£1,627 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 Berwick Local Sports Council

The group provides a funding committee for sports clubs and individuals as well as advising on applying for funding from Sport England and promoting sport throughout the area.National Governing Body Coaching Awards X 2.

£1,500 Sport England
30 Nov 1999 Search and Rescue Dog Association (Southern Scotland)

This group provides for the relief of suffering and distress of people endangered by accidents and natural hazards. The grant will be used to fund publication, information leaflet and conference costs.

£2,040 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 St John, Spittal Parochial Church Council

This project will convert part of the south aisle of the church into a community facility providing two meeting rooms, kitchen, toilets and disabled access. The one year grant will fund building work and professional fees.

£111,491 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Holy Island of Lindisfarne Community Development Trust

This project will refurbish an old public house, to be used as a tourist information and community centre. Use will include a mothers and toddlers group with soft play facilities, a luncheon club for older residents, an information room and a health reso

£122,200 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Northumbria Coalition Against Crime

This project will prepare 16 - 25 year olds to work with other young people 'at risk' through formal and informal education sessions. Participation in the programme will foster personal and social skills such as leadership, counselling, mentoring, assert

£119,648 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Northumberland Womens Aid

This Project Provides A Service To Women Who Are Unable, Or Do Not Wish To, Access The Refuge And An On-Going Service To Women Who Have Left The Refuge. This Includes Advice And Support, Accompanying Women To Court, And Providing Information About Benefit

£68,560 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Rothbury Traditional Music Festival

The Group Organises An Annual Traditional Music Festival Including Workshops And Competitions And Wish To Undertake A Programme Of Work With Local Schools. The Grant Will Fund Tuition And A Special Guest At The Festival.

£2,500 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 Cramlington Folk Club

The Group Aims To Promote Music And Song, Provide A Platform For Local Performers And Those Who Want To Sing Along And Stage Performances From Professional Artists. They Plan To Hold A Day Long Open Air Festival Event For The Millennium. The Grant Will F

£4,811 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 Amble Community Carnival

The Group Co-Ordinates 2 Carnival Events Each Year For The Local Community. A Lot Of Groups Get Involved And Have Expressed A Desire For Help With Inspiration And Guidance And How To Create Floats And Costumes. The Grant Will Fund 5 Community Art Worksho

£2,500 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 The Millennium Window Group

This Group Has Been Set Up Specifically To Celebrate The Millennium By Involving Local Children In Designing New Stained Glass Windows For The Local Church. The Grant Will Fund An Artist To Work With Children, Workshops, Fees And Installation Of The Windo

£2,770 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 Longhorsley Embroiderers Group

The Group Has Been Established In Order To Create A 'Parish Map Wallhanging' Showing The Landscape, Buildings, People, Wildlife And History Of The Local Area To Celebrate The Millennium. A Grant Will Fund Rent Of Venue, Materials And Art Work.

£2,500 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 Northgate Hospital League of Friends

This Group Provides Social And Recreational Activities And Facilities For The Residents Of Northgate Hospital. They Are Planning To Hold A Series Of Artist Led Workshops To Create A 'Big Quilt' For The Year 2,000. The Grant Is A Contribution Towards The

£4,000 Arts Council England
2 Nov 1999 Viking Venture Scout Unit, Seaton Valley

The group provides activities such as mountaineering, awards schemes and personal development for teenagers. They wish to extend their activites by purchasing further equipment.

£3,790 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Dilston Women's Institute

The group provides talks, demonstrations and social activities for local women with the aim of developing knowledge, skills and interests. They wish to update their building.

£1,887 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Wark Village Hall Trust

This group manages the village hall for the local community and they wish to undertake further repairs to the building.

£5,000 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Lindisfarne Playgroup

This group provides play and learning activities for pre-school children. A grant will enable the group to buy new equipment.

£1,165 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Bebside Welfare Social Centre

This group provides premises for a number of community groups including mothers and toddlers, dance classes and various sports clubs and wish to improve facilities for disabled members.

£4,600 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Eglingham Village Hall

A village hall that acts as a venue for the local community to meet. The hall is also now used as the village post office. A grant will enable the group to upgrade their facilities

£4,553 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Lemington Male Voice Choir

This group is a male voice choir currently with 85 members who give concerts in churches and village halls around the region to raise money for charity. They want to purchase a portable electric piano.

£1,500 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Rothbury Computer Association

A village computer group that provides training and access to IT for local people. The grant will enable the group to improve their software and provide supervision.

£2,600 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Northumberland Family Camping Group

This group provides low cost holidays for families on low incomes. They wish to increase knowledge of their services throughout Northumberland.

£1,506 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 The Parachute Regimental Association Tyneside Branch

The group promotes the welfare and comradeship of ex-service members and wish to continue this work by attending a memorial service.

£1,551 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Ovingham Mothers & Toddlers Group

This is a newly formed mother and toddler group providing a place for children from the ages of 0-3 to play, learn and socialise in a safe environment. A grant will fund a range of toys and equipment.

£520 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Scot's Gap and Cambo Tea Group

The group was established to provide regular social activities for the over 60's in this isolated rural area. They plan to produce an audio-visual celebration of the year 2000.

£1,361 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Nedderton Womens Institute

The group provides educational and social meetings for local women with the aim of developing their own skills and talents and want to provide a day of activities to celebrate their 70th Birthday and the millennium.

£975 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Kirkwhelpington Memorial Hall

The group provides and manages the local Hall which is used for the social, recreational and educational activities of the community and are currently undergoing work to refurbish the building for which they which to purchase a portable stage.

£3,000 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Corbridge District Guide Association

The group provides a varied programme of activities for girls and want to provide more camping opportunities for their younger members.

£1,710 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 West Sleekburn Community Trust

This organisation developed to improve the quality of life for the people of West Sleekburn by meeting socially and improving the physical environment of the area. They want to improve the facilities they provide for youngsters in their play area.

£4,375 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Cowpen Craft Club

The group provides opportunities for people to increase their craft skills, starting with eggcraft skills. It is hoped to extend the range of crafts to proggy mats and decoupage in the future. They require equipment to undertake their activities.

£621 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 1st Cramlington Boys Brigade

The group provides youth activities for young boys. They want to increase the facilities and activities which they provide for their members.

£2,473 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 2nd Cramlington Scout Group

The group is established to promote the development of young people in the local area. A grant will enable the group to secure their building and buy new equipment by providing a contribution towards cooking facilities and security fencing.

£4,999 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Cornhill Village Hall

The village hall is the focal point of the local community providing a base for many local groups. The group wish to improve the facilities through the conversion and upgrading of the toilets and the provision of modern tables and chairs.

£5,000 Community Fund
2 Nov 1999 Rochester 2000

The aim of the group is to produce a booklet focusing on the history of the parish of Rochester. The grant will be a contribution towards printing and photographic costs.

£1,549 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Ponteland Ceilidh Band

The group encourages young people to play and enjoy traditional music and provides a band for community and fundraising activities. They want to improve equipment and provide more workshops in preparation for their millennium performances.

£730 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Stannington Local History Society

The group aims to bring people together who are interested in local history and the traditions of Northumberland with specific reference to their local parish. They want to hold an exhibition on the history of their area and the grant will fund hire of v

£1,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Blyth and District Model Railway Society

The group aims to encourage and promote the construction and operation of model railways. They plan to hold an exhibition on the history of railways and model railways with specific emphasis on the relevance to the local area and the grant will fund disp

£3,480 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Healey & Minsteracres Domesday Group

The group aims to undertake research into the past and present of the area with the aim of producing an illustrated book which will be distributed free to all members of the community. The grant is a contribution towards project costs, including photograp

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Nov 1999 Wall Village Wall Hanging Association

A group that meets with the aim of creating a 3 panelled wall hanging depicting the history of Wall village. The group will involve local school children in the making of an accompanying art book. The grant will fund preparation of the wall hanging and a

£1,804 Millennium Commission
2 Nov 1999 Blyth Spartans Supporters Club

The group supports the activities of the local football club, which has mens and womens, adult and junior teams. Football is a particular focus for this area of Northumberland. The grant will enable them to hold a millennium exhibition produced from inte

£5,000 Millennium Commission
2 Nov 1999 Humshaugh 2000

The group was set up to promote, facilitate and support community activities in the millennium year. They are planning a range of activities and projects including book publications, sculpture workshops, an environmental maintenance course, a gala day, o

£3,528 Millennium Commission
2 Nov 1999 Bardon Mill Millennium Fund

The group plan to hold an event on New Years Eve involving performances from a professional singer and from local residents. The grant will enable them to hold the event and create a 'millennium album' with photographs of the whole community.

£650 Millennium Commission
2 Nov 1999 Ponteland Archers

The group provides courses and advanced training in archery for the abled bodied and disabled. They wish to purchase extra equipment to improve their training sessions.

£1,155 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Cambois Amateur Rowing Club

The group provides rowing activities for people of all ages with strong links to schools and young people. They are planning a project for their junior members to renovate two of their boats and want to purchase new equipment for the club.

£4,538 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Morpeth Harriers and Athletics Club

The group provides athletics coaching training and competitions for all abilities and wish to increase participation and links with local schools. The grant will fund athletics equipment.

£4,456 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Bedlington Station Juniors

A football club providing activities for children and young people. The club has 5 teams for 6-18 yr olds provides training and participates in league matches. The grant will pay for hire of facilities training of volunteers equipment and football strip

£3,937 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Berwick Rangers Juniors FC

The group provides training and coaching for young people-boys and girls-in football skills and techniques.It uses its strong links with the schools in the borough of Berwick to encourage members to become involved and they wish to improve the facilites

£2,120 Sport England
2 Nov 1999 Sharks Wheelchair Basketball Club

The group is established to encourage disabled people to become involved in wheelchair sports with the aim of promoting personal development and independence. The grant wil pay for basketball wheelchair training sessions scoreboard and equipment.

£4,762 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 Northumberland Out of School Initiative

The grant will provide an additional 1176 before and after school and holiday places in 16 locations throughout the county suitable for children up to 13 years. The project will benefit children living in isolated rural areas and those with special need

£329,020 New Opportunities Fund
13 Oct 1999 Hexham East County First School

This project aims to raise standards in literacy and numeracy and establish a closer link with parents over homework and create a one week club during the Easter & summer holiday.

£19,371 New Opportunities Fund
12 Oct 1999 Alnwick & District Museum Committee

Bailiffgate, Alnwick & District Museum

£460,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Sep 1999 Blyth Valley Citizens Advice Bureau

This project is to employ an advocacy and advice worker to offer information on employment matters, assist with the preparation of documents for tribunal proceedings and provide representation at hearings. The three-year grant will pay for the purchase of

£62,780 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Amble Multi Agency Crime Prevention Initiative (MACPI) & Dro

This organisation provides advice and support for young people in Amble. The project will establish an evening drop-in centre and extend provision to include weekend sessions, a breakfast club and after school club. The three-year grant will fund salarie

£71,478 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Pegswood & District Ex-Servicemen's Club

Multi Use Artificial Sports Pitch and Changing Rooms

£195,107 Sport England
7 Sep 1999 Hexham Orpheus Choir

The Group Offers The Opportunity To Study, Practice And Perform Choral Works In The Interest Of Public Knowledge, Appreciation And Local Community Participation. The Grant Is For Hire Of Orchestra, Soloist Fees, Venue, Staging, Music Scores And Transporta

£2,870 Arts Council England
7 Sep 1999 Blyth Valley Music Workshops

This Group Meets On A Weekly Basis To Learn And Play Traditional Music And Play In A Variety Of Venues Such As Older Peoples Residences, Schools And Churches. The Grant Is To Enable The Group To Stage Workshops And A 'Millennium Northumbrian' Evening.

£3,400 Arts Council England
7 Sep 1999 Kielder Community Association

The group sporting, social and recreational activities for the local community. The grant is for comfortable chairs, a framed tapestry, a community and school reunion and photograph.

£2,450 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 Acklington Village Hall

The group provides a village hall facility for the social, recreational and educational activities of the local inhabitants. The grant will assist the group in undertaking a programme of repairs to the roof, kitchen and toilets as well as improving disabl

£4,997 Community Fund
7 Sep 1999 St. Aidans Hall (Berwick) Trust

A church hall that is used as a centre for community social recreation. A grant will fund refurbishment of a stage, create a storage area and fit stage lights.

£4,457 Community Fund