43 matching grants found.
|8 May 2017||Cleaswell Hill School
The school will deliver an employability programme for young people with special needs and learning disabilities. This will include workshops in business enterprise skills and setting up a website, visits to workplaces and work experience days. The project will help young people develop team working, employment and practical skills to enhance their employment opportunities.
|£9,825||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Mar 2017||Stepping Up North East Limited
The funding will be used to run craft workshops across for women. The project aims to provide people with a support network and creative and social activities to take part in, allowing them to share their creations at craft fairs, and improve their confidence, skills and wellbeing.
|£9,850||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Jun 2013||Stakeford Juniors FC
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Stakeford, Northumberland. The organisation will use the funding to develop a programme of activities for adults and children and will include health and wellbeing sessionss, I.T training and will culminate
|£7,200||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 May 2013||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A widow of a Second World War veteran from Northumberland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France and Belgium in June 2013. Funding has been provided for one widow of a Second World War veteran and one carer.
|£965||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Nov 2012||Wansbeck Golden Age Forum
This voluntary organisation in Wansbeck will use the funding for set up costs of their newly formed forum for older people and transport for those with mobility issues. This will enable them to provide a forum for older people to attend to share informat
|£8,710||Big Lottery Fund|
|6 Jun 2012||Friends of Hirst Park
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Ashington, Northumberland. The organisation will use the funding to run a series of intergenerational summer activities in the park to increase awareness of the natural environment and promote healthy eati
|£2,581||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Sep 2011||Etal House Residents Association
This community group in Ashington, Northumberland, will use funding to organise a programme of regular physical activities and social events for residents of a sheltered housing association. This will enable the beneficiaries to socialise with other resid
|£5,551||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 Mar 2011||Choppington First School
This school in Northumberland will use funding to develop an area of land on the school grounds by planting an orchard and native species, building animal homes and to run education sessions for the community. This will improve the land which is currently
|£7,375||Big Lottery Fund|
|11 Aug 2010||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War veteran from Northumberland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Windsor in November 2010.UK service - London, Windsor Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran and one carer.
|£225||Big Lottery Fund|
|31 May 2009||Heroes Return Award to an individual
7 veterans from the North East have been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France and Belgium in August of this year. Funding has been provided for 7 Second World War veterans, 1 spouse, 4 widows and 9 carers.
|£9,550||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Mar 2008||Cleasewell Hill Fitness Club
This new group, formed to improve community health and fitness, will run fitness sessions with a professional instructor.
|£4,112||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|20 Jun 2007||Wansbeck Initiative East Bedlington Community Area Partnersh
The project is to develop a youth club in the local church hall providing activities for 13-18 year olds.
|£4,928||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|14 May 2007||Parenting Initiatives
This group educates families and the public in better standards of childcare from communities across the county of Northumberland. The project is to deliver a new Integrated Cr+¿che Workers Training course from the local community centre open to everyone,
|£10,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|25 Aug 2006||Mowbray First School
This Award Will Enable The School To Increase The Activities They Currently Offer At The Out Of Schools Club To Include Dance & Gymnastics.
|£2,921||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|26 Apr 2006||Choppington Community Association
This Group Aims To Provide Weekly Sessions For Young People Of 15+ To Help Prepare Them For Work. This Will Include Advice On Composing Cvs, Interview Techniques And Basic It Skill Development.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|24 Nov 2005||Stakeford and Bomarsund Social Welfare Centre
This project will refurbish the welfare hall to create additional space and make it more accessible to the community through numerous structural changes. Opening hours will be expanded and the level of accessible services increased helping local residents
|17 Aug 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Northumberland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£525||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||Stakeford First School
This School Will Use The Award To Develop An After School Multi-Sport Activities Club To Involve Pupils And The Wider Community. There Are Limited Opportunities For Activities Like This In Their Area, And They Hope To Make Links With Other Clubs And Schoo
|£4,750||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Dec 2004||Esteem Through Sport
This Newly Set Up Group'S Goal Is To Ensure That Young People Across County Durham And Chester Le Street No Matter What Their Social Background Or Ability Have The Opportunity To Benefit From Their Participation In Worthwhile Sporting Activities. The Grou
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|7 Jul 2004||Mowbray First School
Mowbray First School
|16 Jan 2004||Stakeford First School
This School Will Use Its Award For After School Football Coaching Sessions. The Main Focus Will Be Girls. Coaching, Balls, Goals, Transport.
|£4,261||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|30 Oct 2003||Mowbray First School
This School Will Use Its Award To Develop A Multisport After School Club For Children Aged 6-9 Years. Sports Equipment, Specialist Coaching And Staff Training.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|4 Jul 2003||Choppington First School
This primary school would like to set up an after school gymnastics club.A grant will pay for coaching and equipment
|£3,440||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|2 Jul 2002||Choppington Community Association
A development grant has been awarded towards the costs of a widespread community consultation on creating or enhancing a green space for local people. The project will produce a detailed design in the preparation for the grantee to apply for a full `creat
|£3,904||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 May 2002||Choppington Community Association
This Is A New Community Association Working Within An Area Of Deprivation. The Grant Will Be Used To Facilitate The Establishment And Maintainence Of Community Information, Meetings And Training For Volunteers To Build And Eventually Consolidate The Work
|£3,650||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|22 Mar 2002||Stakeford First School
"This Local Primary School Want To Develop An After School Basketball Club. Funding Will Pay For Coaching, Portable Basketball Units And Ancillary Equipment And Kit."
|6 Mar 2002||Northumberland LEA
Mowbray First School
|1 Feb 2002||Mowbray First School
"This Local Primary School Want To Develop An After School Basketball Club. An Award Will Allow The School To Provide Coaching, Portable Basketball Units And Ancilliary Equipment And Kit"
|1 Feb 2002||Guide Post Middle School
"This local primary school want to develop an after school basketball club. An award will allow the school to provide coaching, portable basketball units and ancilliary equipment and kit"
|1 Aug 2001||Wansbeck District Scouts
This group provides the opportunity for young people to develop spiritually, emotionally and physically through a wide range of activities. They want funds to purchase camping equipment.tents, cooking stoves, rucksacks, sleeping bags
|25 Jun 2001||R.A.S.C.A.L.S (Ringway After School Care Active)
The grant will be used to create 16 after school, 16 before school and 16 holiday places for children aged 3-14 years old in Northumberland.
|£16,567||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Mar 2001||Mid Northumberland Arts Group(Midnag)
Spring into Action - Northumberland Young People's Film Festival
|£31,525||Arts Council England|
|6 Feb 2001||Choppington Social Welfare Centre
A one-stop shop UK online centre for the local community to access a range of learning opportunities is planned for Choppington, the fourth most deprived ward in Northumberland. The project will break down barriers to a return to education and help improv
|£41,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Oct 2000||Northumberland Railway Walks Society
The group explore and document disused railway lines and waggonways and provide a programme of monthly walks and rambles. The grant will enable them to purchase equipment to improve lectures and talks and also to increase safety. They hope to increase par
|£525||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Aug 2000||Choppington First School
This group provides primary education for the children of Choppington through a wide range of extra-curricular activities. The grant will support the setting up of a new community football group through volunteer training and new equipment.
|3 Jul 2000||Bomarsund Welfare Cricket Club (for Junior Section)
The group provides the opportunity for local people of all ages to take part in cricket activities. The grant will be used to purchase new equipment for their club particularly the junior section.
|22 Feb 2000||Scotland Gate Over 60's Club
The group organises social and recreational activities for the over 60's including holidays, outings and parties. The grant will be used for Christmas and Millennial dinners and a programme of outings to encourage more people to join the group.
|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 Mar 1999||West Sleekburn Community Trust
The grant is a contribution towards a feasibility study to investigate the possibilty of purchasing and refurbishing the church hall as a facility for the whole community. The grant is a contribution towards a feasibility study to investigate the possibil
|26 Jan 1999||Wansbeck District Council
A Wansbeck Suite
|£17,500||Arts Council England|
|26 Mar 1998||Choppington Social Welfare Centre
The Centre provides local comunity recreational, training and educational activities and facilities. The one year grant will pay for extending and refurbishing premises and a new road entrance.
|18 Feb 1998||1st Stakeford Scout Group
Aims to promote the development of young people. Grant is to purchase a range of camping and outdoor equipment.
|8 Jan 1998||West Sleekburn Community Trust
Formerly known as the West Sleekburn Residents Association, the group are based in a small village in an isolated area. They provide various activities for the whole community. The grant will enable the purchase and installation of outdoor equipment for a