Lottery grants awarded to Penrith in 1997

12 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
8 Oct 1997 Voluntary Action Cumbria

72 Awards made to people of all ages living in rural Cumbria to enable community leaders to initiate and run community projects for the benefit of people in their neighbourhood.

£205,849 Millennium Commission
18 Sep 1997 Voluntary Action Cumbria

The project will provide training for people living in rural areas to develop community enterprises. The grant over three years will pay for the salaries of two staff, equipment and running costs.

£121,505 Community Fund
18 Sep 1997 Voluntary Action Cumbria

A group of organisations who will establish a coordinated management training and development service for voluntary organisations in the county. A three year grant to pay the salary of the co-ordinator, consultancy fees, running costs and equipment.

£129,978 Community Fund
18 Sep 1997 The Cumbria Federation of Young Farmers Clubs

The project will enable young people to develop clubs and projects relevant to rural communities. The three year grant will contribute to the costs of a part-time development officer, travel and project running costs.

£12,803 Community Fund
20 Aug 1997 Eden Arts Trust

The Sinfonia in Penrith Project

£10,500 Arts Council England
21 Jul 1997 Eden Hall And Langwathby Sports And Recreation Field

Extension to Pavilion and Creation of New Junior Football Pitch.

£25,506 Sport England
11 Jun 1997 Potfest

The Potfest Prize

£1,000 Arts Council England
19 Mar 1997 Shap School Playground Committee

Landscape Sculpture at Shap C 0f E Primary School

£1,000 Arts Council England
19 Mar 1997 Penrith Hospital League Of Friends

Creative Arts in Penrith & Eden

£2,000 Arts Council England
19 Mar 1997 Penrith Players Junior Section

Animal Farm - production

£3,900 Arts Council England
19 Mar 1997 Morland Choristers' Camp

Commissioning a 45 minute piece of choral music

£1,800 Arts Council England
14 Jan 1997 Association for Continence Advice

A project to develop a database which will be used to store information and analyse membership of the organisation. The grant over one year is for computer equipment and freelance fees.

£35,700 Community Fund