488 matching grants found.
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|14 Dec 1998||Manchester City Council
Synthetic pitch at North Manchester High School
|14 Dec 1998||Haydock Cricket Club
New Ground Developments
|14 Dec 1998||West Lancashire District Council
Development of Graves Hall into a community sports facility with floodlit all weather area
|14 Dec 1998||Wigan M.B.C. - Leisure Services Department
"Haigh Golf Development Centre:Construction of an improved 18 hole golf course, 9 hole starter course, practice ground/teaching area as part of golf academy, golf club, putting greens and club house/visitor centre"
|14 Dec 1998||Adams Recreation Ground
|14 Dec 1998||Trafford Athletic Club
Clubhouse & Administration Centre
|14 Dec 1998||Bolton Wanderers FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|14 Dec 1998||Carlisle United FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|9 Dec 1998||Liverpool City Council
130 Awards of between -ú2500 and -ú5000 are enabling the residents of Liverpool to contribute to their communities by sharing their skills and knowledge. Awards pay for training to enable individuals to deliver a community peer training project to others wi
|2 Dec 1998||Chester City Council
Grosvenor Museum, Chester - Ground Floor Scheme
|£299,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Halton Borough Council
Widnes, Victoria Promenade - Restoration Plan
|£7,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Halton Borough Council
Widnes, Victoria Park - Restoration Plan
|£7,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||PCC of St Peter, Birkdale
St Peter, Birkdale, Southport, Merseyside
|£54,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||St Peter's PCC
St Peter, Blackley, Greater Manchester
|£197,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Lancaster RC Diocesan Trustees Registered
St Mary, Fleetwood, Lancashire
|£28,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||St John the Baptist PCC
St John the Baptist, Heaton Mersey, Greater Manchester
|£41,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||PCC of St Anne, Clifton
St Anne, Clifton, Greater Manchester
|£66,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Nov 1998||Bluecoat Arts Centre
|£24,150||Arts Council England|
|23 Nov 1998||Barrow Amateur Swimming Club
To Install an Electronic Timing System at the Park Leisure Centre 25m Pool
|23 Nov 1998||Hooton & District Lawn Tennis Club
New Clubhouse and Floodlights
|23 Nov 1998||Sabden Crown Green Bowling Club
Provision of floodlighting
|23 Nov 1998||South Lakeland District Council (SK8 Windermere)
|23 Nov 1998||Preston North End FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|5 Nov 1998||Memory Singers
This group provides musical entertainment for older people and the disabled in nursing homes, hospitals and residential homes. The grant will pay for musical equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Hindley Green District Homewatch
This group provides a monthly magazine to all members and practical help for victims of crime (security devices, personal alarms) in the local community. The grant will buy a second hand photocopier, toner and maintenance for the photocopier in order to d
|5 Nov 1998||Dean Row Womens Institute
This group provides an opportunity for women to engage in educational, cultural and social activities This grant will be used to purchase new chairs to replace the original wooden chairs which are now in a poor condition .
|5 Nov 1998||St Martins Toddler Group
This group provides play opportunities for the under 4s and enables parents and carers to meet weekly to share their experiences. The group also provides health awareness information. The grant will pay for children's toys, baby equipment and for a Christ
|5 Nov 1998||Little Leigh Village Hall Management Committee
This group provides a Village Hall for the use of the inhabitants of Little Leigh. The grant will fund the re-decoration of the hall and the provision and installation of new curtains.
|5 Nov 1998||The Merseyside Far Eastern Ex Prisoners of War Association
This organisation provides advice and information to ex prisoners of war, their widows and families. The grant will buy a photocopier and a word processor.
|5 Nov 1998||Beechwood Community Association
This community group provides services including a luncheon club, community transport, holidays for disadvantaged children and shopping for housebound people. The grant will buy a computer, scanner and colour printer to produce a monthly newsletter.
|5 Nov 1998||Manchester and District Ex Far East POW Association
This group provides ex prisoners of war, their widows and dependents with information, particularly on welfare issues, and promotes their financial and spiritual welfare. The grant will buy a computer and printer to produce a newsletter.
|5 Nov 1998||F R A N K I Greater Manchester Womens Support Project
This group provides models of good practice for agencies working with groups of women who work in the sex industry. It increases access to independent support services on all forms of sexual violence. The group will develop a forum for a range of agencies
|5 Nov 1998||Calder Vale Village Hall
This organisation provides social and recreational activities in an isolated area of the region. The grant will fund the upgrading of the present heating system, some re-decorating and the provision of a fire resistant cupboard and door.
|5 Nov 1998||Brownlow Fold User Management Team
This group provides a centre for use by individuals and groups from the local community and the surrounding areas. The grant will fund the construction of a safe play area.
|5 Nov 1998||Newton Gateway Club
This group provides social activities for people with a mental disability. The grant will pay for transport costs to take members to and from the club.
|5 Nov 1998||Skerton Community Association
This group runs a community centre providing facilities and amenities for all age groups in a deprived area. Groups using the community centre include youth groups, a parent and toddler group, a senior citizen group and a group for unemployed people. The
|5 Nov 1998||Manchester East over 60's Club
This group provides social activities for older people. The grant will buy a P.A./entertainment system.
|5 Nov 1998||Austin Rawlinson Sports Centre 50+ Club
This group provides health education, social and recreational activities for people over 50 in Speke, Garston and surrounding areas of Liverpool. The grant will be used for facility hire, mini bus hire and equipment for indoor and outdoor activities.
|5 Nov 1998||Copeland Talking Newspaper
This group provides tapes of local news, sent out on a weekly basis to all its visually impaired members. The grant will contribute to the costs of purchasing recording and duplicating machines to replace existing outdated equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Audenshaw Friendly Club
This group provides recreation and social activities for pensioners in a disadvantaged area of the region. The grant will be used for the salary of a part time cook, equipment, day trips and bingo prizes.
|5 Nov 1998||Knowsley Pensioners Advocacy and Information Service
This group provides advice, counselling and advocacy for older people in Knowsley. The grant will pay for office equipment (a filing cabinet, chairs and desks), volunteer recruitment and training, volunteer expenses and training materials.
|5 Nov 1998||Green Crescent - UK Pakistan Foundation for the Disabled
This group provides help for disabled people in the Asian community in Manchester through recreational and educational activities which help improve their quality of life. The grant will pay for a computer, photocopier and office furniture.
|5 Nov 1998||Lancaster & Morecambe Homebound & Disabled Fellowship
This group provides companionship and social activities for the disabled. The grant will be used to pay for the use of specialised transport services to and from meetings and outings.
|5 Nov 1998||Alderwood Lodge Club For The Elderley & Disabled
This group provides social activities for older people, some who are disabled and housebound. This grant is to pay for various adaptations to a mini-bus.
|5 Nov 1998||Rochdale Sea Cadets (Unit No 285)
This group provides education and training for young people and aims to stimulate an interest in the sea services. The grant is to pay for security fencing and lighting around the unit headquarters.
|5 Nov 1998||Burnley Alliance Junior Band
This group provides an opportunity for young people from mainly disadvantaged backgrounds to learn to play a brass instrument, engage in musical activities and give performances in the local community such as hospitals, nursing homes and disabled groups.
|5 Nov 1998||Roadhead Public Hall
This group provides a Hall for the purposes of meetings, lectures, classes and other recreation and leisure time activities for the inhabitants of the village of Roadhead in Cumbria and the surrounding area. The grant will purchase a piece of adjoining la
|5 Nov 1998||Merseyside Communication Aid Lending Library
This group provides help and support to people in Merseyside who have any form of communication impairment. They explore ways of providing communication aids, develop awareness and aim to provide a communication aid library. The grant will help to purchas
|5 Nov 1998||Lower Holker Village Hall
This group provides a well-used village hall for various groups in the local community. The grant will pay for the refurbishment of the changing rooms.
|5 Nov 1998||Broadbottom Pre-School Playgroup
This group provides development and educational activities for children under statutory school age and encourages parents to understand and provide for the needs of their children through community groups in Tameside. The grant will purchase play equipmen
|5 Nov 1998||Celebrate
This organisation provides informal educational facilities for young people in the Whalley Range area. The grant will fund equipment hire, transport, publicity material and running costs for the community festival of cultural, social and economic regenera
|5 Nov 1998||Merseyside Nature Conservation Volunteers
This group provides volunteers to undertake nature conservation for the benefit of the public in Merseyside and the surrounding areas and also educates volunteers in the principles and practice of conservation. This grant will be used for training, hire o
|5 Nov 1998||Hope United Reformed Church Playgroup
This group provides the opportunity for pre-school children to play with other children in a convivial atmosphere preparing them for nursery and infant school. The grant will pay for new tables which will be used for the childrens' activities.
|5 Nov 1998||Hopwood Community Association
This group provides a Community Association for the inhabitants of Hopwood in Rochdale. This grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and fund a feasibility study for the proposed Community Centre project.
|5 Nov 1998||St Nicholas Youth Trust
This group provides educational environmental trips on the Leeds and Liverpool canal on two floating class-rooms plus respite day trips for children and young people with special needs. The grant will buy all weather canopies and frames for two boats. Up
|5 Nov 1998||Friends of Platt Fields
This group has been set up to promote public interest in and care for Platt Fields Park. The grant will buy equipment for a teenage village which local teenagers will use as a meeting place.
|5 Nov 1998||Lydiate Parish Hall ( Grayson Memorial Hall )
The Parish Hall serves the village of Lydiate and provides social activites for local residents. This grant will be used for new furniture, kitchen equipment and cycle stands.
|5 Nov 1998||Stockport Brushstrokes
This group provides weekly art activities in a social environment for people who have had strokes. The grant will pay for the cost of printing leaflets, letter headed paper, and publicity and advertising.
|5 Nov 1998||You & Me Trust
This group provides help for people with learning difficulties/disabilities, specifically the provision of facilities and materials for the practice of their whole-body-movement techniques. The grant is to provide computer equipment and training.
|5 Nov 1998||1st Upholland Scout Group
This group provides developmental and recreational activities for young people in Skelmersdale. This grant will purchase kayaking equipment and camping equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Kashmiri Association Community Development Centre
This group provides training and advice for the local Kashmiri community. Services include youth development, women's development, a drop-in centre for older people, health promotion and employment advice, aiming to improve the standard of living within t
|5 Nov 1998||Kirkholt Bridge Club
This group provides a warm and safe environment for older people on a large urban estate to socialise, play bridge and enjoy light refreshments. The grant will pay for new bridge tables.
|27 Oct 1998||Haslingden And Helmshore Band
Purchase of new instruments
|£33,543||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||Frodsham Youth Club
Three specialist wheelchair lifts will be installed for people with disabilities and refurbishment will provide addtional space for activities. The one year grant will pay for building refurbishment costs and adaptations for people with disabilities.
|27 Oct 1998||Twins And Multiple Births Association (TAMBA)
TAMBA provides information and mutual support for families of twins and multiple births. Project will support a training and support programme for a team of volunteer listeners on a confidential information and support helpline who are themselves parents
|27 Oct 1998||Liverpool Society for Mentally Handicapped Children & Adults
This project will provide a shopping service facility for housebound people by training and employing 20 people with learning disabilities who may then go on to secure employment following the training and experience gained from working on this project. T
|27 Oct 1998||Elimu Study School
This project will offer a community based educational and mentoring service, and resource for black secondary school pupils, parents and community volunteers. The three year grant will fund two staff salaries, volunteer expenses and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||St. Cyril's Children & Youth Project
The project will provide play and recreational facilities and services for children and young people and the recruitment and training of local volunteers. The three year grant will pay for one full-time and one part-time worker and office equipment.
|27 Oct 1998||Rochdale And District MIND
This project is a joint initiative between Rochdale and District MIND and Bury CAB. It will provide an out of hours mental health crisis advocacy service in both boroughs. The three year grant will fund the salaries of one full time and three part time a
|27 Oct 1998||Celebrate
This project will establish a local centre for volunteers, youth and community activities. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a co-ordinator, a part time administrator, office equipment, refurbishment, training and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||The Information Shop For Young People -Tameside
This project is an information shop which will offer free advice and information for young people throughout Tameside. The three year grant will pay for the purchase of premises for the information shop and will contribute towards the salaries of 5 staff,
|27 Oct 1998||Preston Well Women Centre
This project will develop a range of health awareness and support services for disadvantaged women by offering volunteering and training opportunities particularly targeting women affected by poverty and women from minority ethnic communities. The three y
|27 Oct 1998||Broad African Representative Council
This project will help address the problems faced by young black people in the education system and will also enhance existing support services to older disadvantaged members of this community. The three year grant will pay for the salaries of one full ti
|27 Oct 1998||West Cumbria Council for Voluntary Service
This project will encourage the involvement of socially excluded groups in community activity and promote volunteering opportunities and good practice in working with volunteers. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries, training, producing in
|27 Oct 1998||Independent Advocacy (Central Cheshire)
This project will provide an advocacy and befriending service for adults with learning difficulties. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, three staff salaries and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Home-Start Chorley and South Ribble
This project will recruit, train and support a team of 45 volunteers who will offer regular support, friendship and practical help to families in need, particularly those with young children. The grant, over three years, will fund three staff salaries, of
|27 Oct 1998||Bendrigg Trust
This is a building refurbishment project to convert loft space at a rural outdoor activity centre to provide accommodation for resident volunteers. The one year grant will fund construction costs and professional fees.
|27 Oct 1998||IRIS Vision Resource Centre
This project will strengthen and broaden the development of the organisation which provides advice, information and support for people with visual impairments. The three year grant will fund the salary and associated costs of a full-time chief officer.
|27 Oct 1998||Mee Brow Community Initiative
The project will recruit and train local people to undertake voluntary work and assist in the establishment of projects to improve the community. The grant will pay for a part time community worker and the costs of refurbishing the community centre.
|27 Oct 1998||Manchester Council for Community Relations
This project will provide support for disabled children and their carers from minority ethnic communities. The three year grant will pay for the salaries of a full time project manager, two part time project workers and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Youth Federation for Cheshire, Halton, Warrington and Wirral
This is a project to recruit, train and manage a team of young volunteers. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of four part-time volunteer development workers and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (Cheshire and Merseysid
The project will provide advice, telephone helpline support, befriending and counselling to people suffering sexual violence through a network of trained volunteers. The grant, over three years, will pay for two staff salaries, refurbishment and running c
|27 Oct 1998||Community Care Options
This project will expand and develop a resource centre which provides advice and information on equipment and aids for people with disabilities. The three year grant will provide a mobile display and will fund the salaries of four part time disability adv
|27 Oct 1998||Carlisle & District U.3.A
An adult learning project for older people who in turn provide support to local school children in homework classes. The three year grant will pay for one full time salary, computer equipment, marketing and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Newton Village Hall
This refurbishment project will improve and extend facilities at the village hall. This grant, over one year, will fund the costs of the refurbishment and extension.
|27 Oct 1998||Lune Valley Transport Enterprise Ltd
This is an accessible community transport scheme which will focus on rural areas. This one year grant will fund a new minibus, the salary of a full time Driver/Carer and general running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Christ Church Aughton Scout And Guide Association
The project will provide a new headquarters building for scouts and guides which will also be made available for community use. The one year grant will fund building construction costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Beck Community Centre Association
This project will employ a caretaker to undertake general maintenance and repairs at the community centre, co-ordinate bookings, and liaise between the management committee, and users of the centre. The three year grant will fund the salary of the caretak
|27 Oct 1998||Relate Cheshire and Merseyside
This project will provide a New Life - New Challenge training programme and establish six self-help support groups for recently separated and divorced people. The grant will pay for four staff salaries, running costs, training and travel costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Facing Life And Pain (FLAP)
This is a community support project operating self-help groups for people suffering from chronic pain. The two year grant will fund equipment costs, refurbishment, freelance workers and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Wigan Council For Voluntary Youth Service
This project will develop and support new and existing voluntary youth organisations and groups, encouraging the involvement of young people in the planning and development of youth services. It will provide a training programme for voluntary youth group
|27 Oct 1998||Survive
The project will provide a base for this organisation which offers counselling and support to survivors of sexual abuse. The three year grant will be used to purchase a building, contribute to refurbishment costs, sessional fees and running costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Warrington And District Spina-Bifida Association
The project will provide holiday accommodation for people with disabilities. The one year grant will pay for the purchase of a holiday chalet adapted for people with disabilities.
|27 Oct 1998||Inskip League Of Friendship
This is a project to provide a holiday for disabled members of this support group and their carers, it will also provide some respite care to enable carers to benefit from the holdiay. The one year grant will pay for transport, holidays and respite care c
|27 Oct 1998||St Martin's PCC
St Martin, Castleton Moor, Rochdale, Greater Manchester
|£1,250,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||St Nicholas, Blundellsands PCC
St Nicholas, Blundellsands, Merseyside
|£97,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||St Luke's PCC
St Luke, Heywood, Lancashire
|£45,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Oct 1998||Cheshire Wildlife Trust
Cheshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves Capital Programme
|£578,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Oct 1998||Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
Southport Pier - Restoration and Access
|£1,700,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 1998||Blackpool Borough Council
Upgrading of Blackpool Sports Centre and provision of new indoor athletics projectile hall