33 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 1999||Cumbria County Council
Cumbria County Council will use funding to provide a new four-court sports hall and changing facilities at this college in Silloth in Cumbria. The project will address social and rural isolation, social exclusion, and health-related issues regarding exerc
|£1,198,590||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||Cumbria County Council
Cumbria County Council will build, at Dowdales School, a new four-court sports hall 33m x 18m, plus ancillaries, and a floodlit 4-court muga 64m x. 36.57m. These will be the main sports facilities for the school and community, and will develop community l
|£769,079||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||Appleby Grammar School
The project will build a four-court community sports hall. It will provide a wide range of school and community activities such as athletics, tennis, badminton, bowls, PE, judo, cricket, basketball, netball and volleyball. It aims to increase participatio
|£1,033,962||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Dec 1999||Carlisle Hospitals NHS Trust
Carlisle Hospitals NHS Trust
|£49,042||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Dec 1999||Cumbria County Council
Stage 3: refurbish Abbey Road Annex (artist studios and ancillary facilities)
|£75,000||Arts Council England|
|10 Dec 1999||Cumbria Out of School Network
The project will create 28 before school places, 32 after school places and 40 holiday places. The places will cater for children aged 5-11 and will be created by expanding the provision offered by 4 existing clubs. The places will serve 14 local schools.
|£29,687||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Dec 1999||Scotby Playgroup and Mothers and Toddlers
The group seek funds to purchase new toys. These new toys will provide the group with an increased pool of resources which will help the children learn, play and experience new ideas.
|2 Dec 1999||Dalston Recreation Association
The organisation provides recreation facilities for the residents of the parish of Dalston. These include a children's playground, football pitch, tennis courts, bowling green and a youth hut. The award will enable the group to purchase outdoor play equ
|2 Dec 1999||Age Concern Carlisle & District
The project will provide advice and assistance to older people to help make their homes more secure. Staff trained in domestic risk assessment and crime prevention will visit older people to provide free risk and security assessment. The three year grant
|2 Dec 1999||Scotby C of E Primary School
This group provides education for children aged 4 to 11 years. The school wishes to introduce a package of sporting activities to include tennis golf and ski-ing. The grant will fund tennis golf and ski-ing tuition and minibus hire.
|1 Nov 1999||Carlisle & District University of The Third Age (U3A)
This group provides social, educational and recreational activities for middle-aged and older people who are not in gainful employment. The project will enable the group to offer a more efficient service. The grant will purchase a 35mm slide projector, s
|20 Oct 1999||Cumbria Out of School Network
The project will create 80 before school places, 88 after school places, 48 holiday places, of which 32 will be integrated learning places. The places will be created by creating 3 new clubs and expanding 4 existing clubs. The places will serve 17 schools
|£44,791||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Sep 1999||Abbey Singers
This Group Is A Choir Which Performs Choral Works At Charity And Fundraising Events. The Grant Will Fund The Production And Printing Of Two Choral Works.
|£2,600||Arts Council England|
|2 Sep 1999||Orton & District Public Hall
This group provides maintenance of the village hall. They are seeking funding to make the hall accessible to disabled people. The money will be used to build a disabled access ramp and provide a handrail for this ramp.
|2 Sep 1999||Scaleby Millennium Committee
This group provides fund raising to deliver projects for the benefit of the community of Scaleby Parish specifically to commemorate the new millennium. The grant will fund a photo-history project to record and compare the history of the parish of Scaleby.
|£2,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Sep 1999||Houghton C of E Primary School
This school provides primary education. The money is for the provision of a ceramic mural, designed and partly made by the children who attend the school, to celebrate the Millennium.
|2 Sep 1999||Carlsisle Aspatric Athletic Club
This group provides coaching and competitive opportunities for boys and girls under the age of 9 to senior level regardless of ability. The club coaches and officials are parents who give up their spare time to help. The grant will fund the purchase of
|2 Sep 1999||Carlisle Gymnastics Club
This group provides coaching in gynmastics in the North Cumbria Area. The money is for the purchase of competition parallel bars a coaching platform various landing mats and a spring board.
|1 Sep 1999||Cumbria
|£1,815,758||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Jun 1999||Prism Arts
The project will enable four identified groups of people with learning disabilities to develop creative skills and to plan and host a conference for disabled people. The two year grant will fund the salary of a part time Project Manager, fees for freelanc
|27 Apr 1999||St Edmunds Under Fives
This organisation runs a pre-school play group, the grant will be used towards the cost of replacing a set of sliding folding screens to comply with health and safety regulations.
|20 Apr 1999||Dalston Recreation Association
The organisation provides recreation facilities for the residents of the parish of Dalston. These include a children's playground, football pitch, tennis courts, bowling green and a youth hut. The youth hut is used by many local organisations including
|20 Apr 1999||Carlisle Child Contact Centre
This group operates a contact centre to enable children whose parents do not live together to see their non-residential parent. The grant will purchase a photocopier, toys and games, computer/software and volunteer travel expenses.
|20 Apr 1999||Stanwix Community Association
This new group has been set up to provide social and recreational activities for the inhabitants of Stanwix, whilst also advancing educational and childcare conditions/facilities for the community. The grant will fund refurbishment works to the community
|20 Apr 1999||Scotby Village Hall
This group provides and maintains a Village Hall for the use of the inhabitants of the Village of Scotby, Cumbria. This grant will purchase a new front door for the building and 3 emergency exit doors.
|20 Apr 1999||1st Houghton Rainbows
This group provides educational and recreational activities for girls and young women. This grant will pay for a CD/Radio cassette recorder, a play parachute, abseiling and a summer trip.
|11 Mar 1999||Carlisle Community Law Centre
This is a project to expand and develop the existing free mobile legal advice service and establish a mobile community legal rights service. The mobile service is used throughout the region of Cumbria enabling people from isolated rural areas to access l
|4 Mar 1999||Busy Bees Playgroup
This group provides developmental and educational opportunities for children under school age. The grant will purchase play equipment.
|4 Mar 1999||Friends Of Families
This group provides a befriending and support service to families and children in need in Wigan. The grant will fund a grief support programme for children and young people who have been bereaved through suicide and sudden death. Costs to be covered incl
|4 Mar 1999||Currock Villa Club For Young People
This group runs and maintains a centre for use by young people from the local community. Playgroups, pre-school and after-school groups, youth groups and summer playschemes are all run from the centre. The grant will pay for a structural survey of the cen
|26 Jan 1999||Prism Arts
"Breaking the Mould"
|£11,700||Arts Council England|
|13 Jan 1999||Spirit of Cumbria Consortium
A year-long programme of events throughout Cumbria to include a multicultural Mela and archaeological treasure hunt in Carlisle The Spirit of Carnival and Jazz in Allerdale celebratory plays in Barrow and Eden Dance and Music.
|7 Jan 1999||Disability Association Carlisle and Eden
This group provides disabled people with information, advice, guidance and support to enable them to make informed decisions and take control of their lives. The grant will pay for a feasibility study, for the recruitment and training of volunteers, and p