10 matching grants found.
|1 Nov 1999||Access For All (AFA)
This new group works with disabled and older people to enable their increased participation in community life by making improvements in the built environment, public transport and the countryside. The project will assist volunteers to participate in rese
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Nov 1999||South Shore Youth Junior Football Club
This group provides football training for boys aged 6-17. The project will encourage girls to play by introducing a football team. The grant will help fund building works to provide a storage area for additional football equipment 2 sets of junior goal
|20 Oct 1999||Fylde Coast Y.M.C.A.
The grant will be used to create 25 after school, 45 holiday and 20 activity club places, a total of 90 places, for children aged 5 - 14. Schools served will be Our Lady Star of the Sea, St Thomas, Heyhouses and Mayfield Primary Schools, St Bedes High and
|£44,800||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Sep 1999||Lytham Cricket and Sports Club
This group is involved in all aspects of playing coaching and watching cricket. The project aims to extend the range of junior cricket coaching at schools and clubs and encourage coaches to upgrade their qualifications. The grant will fund coaches fees
|2 Sep 1999||Ansdell Arena Table Tennis Club
This group provides table tennis facilities and coaching for all ages. The grant will fund the purchase of new table tennis equipment professional fees coaching courses and travel expenses.
|19 Jul 1999||Wrea Green Tennis Club
Construction of new clubhouse
|24 Jun 1999||Friends of Preston Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
This group raises money to purchase equipment which is not funded by the NHS. It also runs a hospital visiting service and a hospital radio. The grant will contribute towards the cost of new broadcasting equipment for the hospital radio service.
|27 Apr 1999||Fylde Coast Y.M.C.A.
This project is to lease a refurbished Foyer facility for young homeless people in Fleetwood and to provide a training resource within the building. There will be an integrated programme of training, advice, guidance and access to job opportunities. The g
|20 Apr 1999||The 1st Kirkham And Wesham Scout Group
This group provides activities to promote the development of young people to achieve their full physical, intellectual and social potential and as responsible members of the community. The group provides various activities including outdoor pursuits whic
|20 Apr 1999||Freckleton After School Club
This group provides after school activities for children aged 4-11 from different religious and cultural backgrounds. The grant will pay for play and games equipment, computer equipment, storage and furniture.