Lottery grants awarded to Whitehaven in 1999

10 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Dec 1999 North Cumbria Healthcare NHS Trust

Replacement Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£20,890 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 North Cumbria Healthcare NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£71,140 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 North Cumbria Healthcare NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£42,005 New Opportunities Fund
2 Dec 1999 West Cumbria Society For The Blind

This is a project to continue existing services which provide home support to older people who have a visual impairment. The three year grant will fund the salaries of six staff, equipment, transport and running costs.

£215,122 Community Fund
1 Nov 1999 Greenbank Pensioners & Members Club

This project will offer a family sport day & gala Millennium celebration to be held in June 2000. The grant will fund running costs of the event, specifically, a bouncy castle, disabled toilets, marquee hire, hire of sports equipment and volunteers expens

£4,847 Community Fund
7 Oct 1999 Woodhouse Family Advice Centre

This project will improve the landscaping of the centre including planting, paving, and secured fencing. The one year grant will contribute to the costs of landscaping the garden, security gates, maintenance and professional fees.

£14,064 Community Fund
2 Sep 1999 Haig Colliery Mining Museum

This group owns the Haig Pit building, winding engines and headgear and have restored this since its closure in 1986. The group is opening Haig Pit after 5 years restoration as a mining heritage centre and aims to provide guides for visitors. The money wi

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Apr 1999 Age Concern Northwest Cumbria

This project will provide information and benefits advice through a home visiting service for older people and their carers. The three year grant will fund the salaries of two Information Workers, the purchase of equipment and running expenses.

£115,243 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Bransty Ivy Pensioners Club

This group promotes the welfare of pensioners in Whitehaven, Cumbria particularly through the provision of social and recreational activities This grant will purchase 20 chairs, a water boiler, a raised toilet seat and an adjustable toilet surround rail.

£900 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Kirkstone Road Pensioners Club

This group organises social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will purchase fifty new chairs for the Club.

£1,644 Community Fund