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|29 Apr 2002||Barmston Village Primary School
This School Would Like To Put On A Trip To Beamish Museum For All Its Pupils Plus One Parent/Guardian Each. This Trip Will Not Only Be Educational But It Will Bring Together Members Of The Community From Various Age Groups And Thus Promote Community Spiri
|£4,700||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Mar 2002||The Wildfowl And Wetlands Trust
Birdland (Phase 1)
|£7,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 2001||Washington Citizens Advice Bureau
The CAB would like to upgrade the office furniture and surroundings to make the environment more comfortable for the volunteers, clients and the workers. Refurbishment of offices: furniture and carpets and hiring of decorator.
|31 Oct 2001||Sunderland City Council
High Usworth Campus
|11 Oct 2001||City of Sunderland Council
Activities and services include: a programme of fitness and leisure activities; healthy eating initiatives; an arts for health programme; a sexual health initiative and support for new parents. The Men's Work scheme will provide young men at risk of socia
|£543,874||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Aug 2001||St John Boste R C Primary School
"This Group Delivers The National Curriculum To Children Of Primary School Age. They Would Like Funds To Set Up An Extra Curricular Gymnastics Club For Early Years Children.Box Of Tricks And Gym Time Pack Equipment, Mentor Training Sessions, Assistant Bg
|2 Feb 2001||Glebe Methodist Church
This Methodist Church provides soocial, recreational and spiritual services for the local community. They want to buy a sound system and induction loop for the chapel and small hall.sound system for chapel and small hall
|29 Nov 2000||Men Only Drop-In Service
This group aim to fund a feasibility study to research which regions of the North East most need their help in providing a men only drop in service. They also plan to receive specific training for volunteers and members of the group. The award is for res
|29 Nov 2000||Tyne & Wear Girls Cadette Basketball Club
This Group Was Formed To Provide The Opportunity For Girls Between The Ages Of 11-16 To Take Part In Basketball. The Group Would Like To Obtain Professional Assistance To Develop The Team. The Award Is For New Strips And Fees For Coaches And Officials.
|4 Oct 2000||The Durham Light Infantry Association (Washington)
Est. 2000. This group aims to bring together ex Durham Light Infantrymen and other servicemen and hold reunions and remembrance parades. They want to purchase a range of start up equipment and fund travel costs. branch standard and fittings, transport t
|4 Oct 2000||2nd Herrington Scout Group
Est 1960. The group provides scouting activities for young people. They want to enable new and existing members to go camping and try new activities. camping equipment, sleeping bags and cooking stoves etc.
|4 Oct 2000||Dunelm Phab Club
Est. 1991. This group provides activities which promote and encourage people with or without disabilities to work on equal terms. They want to take 24 members on an Outward Bound weekend. chalets, meals, activities and specialised transport.
|4 Oct 2000||1st Washington Scout Group
This group provides social and recreational activities for young people in Washington. The grant will create a safer, more secure environment for the group by funding the completion of the renewal of fencing/gates started last year.
|22 Aug 2000||G.E.M. -Get Epilepsy Moving
This Wearside group provides support, advice and information to sufferers of epilepsy, their families and friends, improving public awareness and manages a meeting place for existing and newly diagnosed sufferers. The grant will be used to purchase new e
|22 Aug 2000||Lambton Lions Junior Football Club
This football club for young people enables local children to train and play. The grant will be used for a range of equipment to set up 4 new teams.
|17 Aug 2000||Biddick Sports College
School Sport Co-ordinator
|3 Jul 2000||Fatfield Biddick Gymnastics Club
This group provides opportunities for people to participate in a range of gymnastic activities. The grant will be used to provide gymnastics early sport for 0-5's and develop links with play groups nurseries and primary schools and will meet the cost o
|3 Jul 2000||Burnmoor Cricket Lawn Tennis & Football Club
The group provides opportunities for people to take part in cricket tennis and football activities. The grant will be used to hold a millennium Cricket competition for local primary schools.
|16 Jun 2000||Barmston Village Primary School - Out of Hours Childcare
The grant will be used to set up 30 before-school and 30 after-school places for children aged 3-11 in Washington, Tyne & Wear. Schools served will be Barmston Village Primary and other local schools.
|£22,557||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 May 2000||Washington Writers
The Group Provides Tuition And Workshops In Creative Writing Across A Broad Range Of Styles And Genres. The Grant Will Be Used To Produce An Anthology Of The Group'S Work.
|£900||Arts Council England|
|19 May 2000||The 68th Society
Closely linked to the DLI, the group provides demonstrations for the public on what life was like for a soldier and his family in 1814. The grant will be used to purchase new presentation equipment and clothing for their club.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 May 2000||Wildfowl And Wetlands Trust
Writing, photography, sound at Wildfowl & Wetlands
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 May 2000||Usworth School
To provide a range of fun and structured out of school learning opportunities for its school and those from six feeder primary schools. Activities will include music for the millennium, creative performance and flexible learning support, weekend star perf
|£110,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Apr 2000||Usworth School
7 schools will benefit from the creation of a structured and fun summer learning programme. The project will make use of a drama studio, music area and performance facilities which will be made available to them.
|£18,324||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Apr 2000||The Durham Light Infantry Association (Chester-le-Street)
The group provides social activities and friendship for ex-servicemen and their families. The grant will enable members to take part in the annual reunion, as well as purchasing new office equipment.
|11 Apr 2000||Washington Council for Voluntary Service
An advice and information service for voluntary organisations in Washington. The grant will be used to refurbish the office.
|7 Apr 2000||Washington Citizens Advice Bureau
This organisation offers advice and support to people in Washington on issues such as welfare rights, employment law, disability and housing. The project will develop and improve the current service by increasing the hours of current staff and employing
|22 Feb 2000||Maltby Cricket Club
"The group provides opportunities for people of all ages to become involved in cricket training and competitions. The grant will be used to extend the coaching available to their junior section, travel and venue and equipment hire."
|21 Dec 1999||Bridge Training Opportunities For Women
|£24,640||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 1999||Blackfell Neighbourhood Watch 25
Est. 1996. The group aims to reduce crime and the fear of crime and encourage a more integrated community. They want to improve their computer and communication facilities and produce a millennium magazine to be distributed to local residents. printing
|27 Apr 1999||Westoe And South Tyneside Health Care Trust Band
Purchase of instruments
|£46,715||Arts Council England|
|20 Apr 1999||West Rainton and Leamside Community Association
A grant for equipment for this group who manage the community centre providing a range of social activities including a youth club, play scheme, coffee mornings and bingo.
|20 Apr 1999||Washington Youth Project
The group organises playschemes, residential training and exchanges and social activities for young people. The grant is for a musical residential for young people, senior youth club training, playscheme work in Barmston and equipment for the young mother
|7 Jan 1999||Bridge Training and Education Opportunities for Women
The project will extend the existing support service for women attending the centre for training and education. This three year grant will pay for three full time workers, office equipment, travel costs, creche provision and running costs.
|31 Aug 1998||1st Washington Scout Group
A grant will fund the re felting of the Scout HQ making it a more usable facility. A grant will fund the re felting of the Scout HQ making it a more usable facility.
|31 Aug 1998||Lambton Community Association
A grant for kitchen units, cooker and fridge for a group that provides recreational and social activities for the people of Lambton. A grant for kitchen units, cooker and fridge for a group that provides recreational and social activities for the people o
|5 Jun 1998||West Rainton Youth Club
A recreational venue for personal development which involves young people in individual and group responsibility. Grant is for The Bus Stop Project, planning permission, community artist fees, equipment and materials.
|5 Jun 1998||2nd Herrington Scout Group
Group aims to promote youth development as laid down in the policy organisation and rules of the Scout Association. Grant is for archery equipment.
|3 May 1998||Holy Trinity Washington Parish Youth Projects
Youth facility to improve the quality of young people's lives by running various summer activities. Grant is for training volunteers, equipment and activities.
|26 Mar 1998||Samaritans Of Central Durham
A 24 hour telephone help-line listening to people in distress. The one year grant will pay for refurbishing premises and improving access for people with disabilities.
|18 Feb 1998||Washington Handicapped Club
Group provide transport, organise regular outings and social events for older disabled people. Grant is for ambulance lifting chair, protective clothing and blankets.
|18 Feb 1998||Lambton Community Association
Serving a small village community, group provide leisure and entertainment facilities, particularly aiming to find alternative leisure pursuits for young and elderly people. Grant is to purchase a Disco System.
|10 Dec 1997||City Of Sunderland
Refurbishment of Washington Arts Centre
|£240,800||Arts Council England|
|12 Nov 1997||National Association Of Writers' Groups
Desk Top Publishing and Communication Equipment
|£5,048||Arts Council England|
|7 Nov 1997||Usworth Veterans Bowling Club
An active and well organised bowling group for older people in North Washington. The grant is to purchase refridgerator, water boiler and chairs for the Club Pavillion .
|1 Sep 1997||Third Washington (Donwell) Scout Group
Group in the Donwell area of North Washington. The grant will meet the costs of cooking equipment for use by 50 young people.
|1 Sep 1997||Blackfell Neighbourhood Watch 25
Watch 25 was set up in a district of Washington to try to prevent a rising level of crime and restore community pride. The grant will be used to purchase a computer and printer to produce a newsletter.
|1 Sep 1997||Felling Royals Jazz Band
The Band of 35 girls based in Gateshead regularly travel to competitions, including the World Championships in Blackpool in August. The grant is to purchase a mirimba and two side drums.
|1 Sep 1997||First Usworth Guides
To provide transport for their equipment. The grant will be used to purchase a box van trailer which will be available to other local Guide groups.
|1 Sep 1997||North East Concert Band
Originally established in 1845 the North East Concert Band is a registered charity and membership is open to anyone with an interest in music. The grant is to purchase second-hand instruments to enable members who are on low income or unemployed to learn
|1 Jul 1997||Donwell Community Association
The group runs premises in the North Washington area. There are five sections and several groups including those for older people and children. The grant will pay for repairs to the building including flooring and heating.
|1 Jul 1997||Holy Trinity Youth Project
This church based youth group provide the only youth facility for young people in the Barmston area of Washington. The grant will set up a project to involve young people and meet the costs of volunteers expenses recording equipment and youth activities
|1 Jul 1997||British Epilepsy Association - Sunderland Branch
This is a new group set up last year with the intention of raising public awareness especially amongst school children of how to accept and deal with epilepsy . The grant will purchase a television videoplayer and overhead projector to be used in talks
|1 Jul 1997||2nd Herrington Scout Group
The scout hall is used by many community groups including children and older people in the south Washington area. The grant will pay for a new roof.
|11 Jun 1997||Durham County Phab Area Committee
Bhab 40th Anniversary Celebration Concert
|£1,900||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Flabagast Arts
The Past Present Project
|£4,725||Arts Council England|
|13 May 1997||Albany 2 Neighbourhood Watch
This well established group works to improve information and communication in a Washington neighbourhood to reduce local crime levels. The grant is for a computer and printer so the Watch can produce a newsletter for residents and keep a record of local c
|13 May 1997||Sunderland Branch of National Back Pain Association
The Association helps back sufferers and also works to educate people how to avoid becoming sufferers. The group will use the grant to commission the production of a 10 minute animated video film 'Better Backs for Children' to help youngsters avoid suffer
|19 Mar 1997||National Association Of Writers'S Group
Nawg Festival of Writing - Durham 1997
|£2,750||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Washington Downtown Cloggers
Appalachian Clog Dancing
|£3,000||Arts Council England|
|17 Dec 1996||Dunelm Phab Club
The three year grant will pay for travel and accommodation costs for disabled and able-bodied young people on six residential outdoor pursuits weekends .
|17 Dec 1996||Disability North Youth
The group provides outdoor pursuits holidays at a dedicated centre for youngsters with special needs. The grant, over three years, will fund respite holiday care and running costs.
|19 Dec 1995||Harraton Primary Toddlers
Affordable, Local Soft Play Faclities, Community Run To Benefit All.
|19 Dec 1995||Bridge Training and Education Opportunities for Women
Support/Counselling For Women Users Of Service.
|19 Dec 1995||Wearside Woman In Need
Provision Of Safe Accommodation For Young Homeless Survivors Of Abuse