Lottery grants awarded to Liverpool in 1999

27 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

£123,399 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

Funding will be used to modernise an unused existing gymnasium and improve storage and changing rooms in the highly disadvantaged Page Moss ward. This will allow for the reintroduction of gymnastics, expand extra-curricular opportunities and provide a muc

£106,626 New Opportunities Fund
7 Dec 1999 Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council

To extend and enhance the existing study support with the objective of developing good learning habits, improving self-esteem, motivation and confidence. Activities include skills in numeracy, literacy, ICT and Science.

£256,073 New Opportunities Fund
2 Dec 1999 St Agnes Primary

This school provides primary education to children. The project is to provide a new after school basketball facility not previously available and professional coaching for the children of the local area of primary age. The grant will fund roll in-roll out

£1,085 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 Huyton Swimming Club

This group provides swimming lifesaving and water safety activities. The grant will fund tuition for coaches teaching aids and equipment.

£2,800 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 Springfield Special School / Brookfield High School

This new group (Springfield Sports Club) will provide an after school sports club for the pupils of Springfield Special school to be run by Brookfield High School pupils training to be community sports leaders. Sporting opportunities for the community and

£3,500 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 Huyton Amateur Boxing Club

This group provides boxing and keep-fit facilities for people in the local community. The group now wishes to encourage non-boxers to use the group's facilities by providing a wider range of fitness equipment. The grant will fund a running machine cross

£4,300 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 Liverpool and District Badminton League

This group provides badminton coaching for all ages and levels. The group now wishes to train 12 coaches to accommodate the number of younger players wishing to participate. The grant will fund training courses for 12 members tutor costs court time tra

£2,573 Sport England
1 Nov 1999 Society Of Friends Of Bowring Park

This group aims to protect, preserve and restore Bowring Park and runs events for the local community including environmental awareness programmes, holiday schemes for children, fayres and galas, and is currently collating the history of Bowring Park. The

£4,750 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Nov 1999 Knowsley Tigers Wrestling Club

This group provides training and competitions in the sport of wrestling to young people living in a severely deprived area. The project wishes to encourage more participation in the sport by both male and female young people by providing shower and changi

£5,000 Sport England
2 Sep 1999 Southdene Playgroup

This group aims to advance the education of children below school age by providing safe and satisfying play. The grant will pay for new play equipment, table and chairs and educational resources.

£4,700 Community Fund

This group provides handball facilities in the community of Southdene Knowsley. The group offers competitive opportunities for all abilities and is linking with a local special school to develop a programme to include children with disabilities. The gra

£1,844 Sport England
2 Sep 1999 Longmoor Youth Sports Association

The group wishes to encourage more participation in sport and is planning a series of coaching sessions covering a variety of sports to take place during the school half term. This will provide disadvantaged children some of whom are at risk of offending

£3,843 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Knowsley

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£624,046 New Opportunities Fund
5 Aug 1999 Women's Community Action Group

The project is to run a Women's Centre in Kirkby. The centre will provide a wide range of advice and support to local women on issues such as welfare rights, health and debt counselling. The three year grant will pay for four salaries, office equipment an

£320,173 Community Fund
24 Jun 1999 Butleigh Activity Group

This group provides a range of community projects including, leisure and recreational activities for children, and social activities for residents. It also organises day and weekend trips for children and offers play provision for young people during scho

£3,549 Community Fund
24 Jun 1999 The Sunrise Club

This group provides support, information and development opportunities for pre-school children with physical disablities and learning disabilities, and their families. The money will be used to purchase toys and play equipment and a portable storage unit

£4,764 Community Fund
24 Jun 1999 St Andrews Pensioners Tuesday Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. This grant will pay for a bingo machine, crockery, a tea urn, and a typewriter.

£610 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Kirkby Youth Club

This project will enable the organisation to offer extended opening hours for a wide range of youth club acitivities for young people in Kirkby. The money will fund the salaries of three part time workers over three years.

£19,028 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Knowsley Council for Voluntary Service

This project is a major renovation and refurbishment of listed buildings. They will be used as a residential facility to provide opportunities for personal and social development to groups and organisations living in deprived and disadvantaged areas of K

£599,049 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Golden Circle Pensioners Club

This group provides activities and events for older people. The grant will pay for a music centre, typewriter and a day trip.

£500 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Knowsley Disabled Drivers Association

This group promotes the welfare of disabled people in Knowsley and in particular to help disabled people achieve greater mobility. This grant will purchase a computer and printer, a photocopier, office supplies, travel, postage and telephone expenses and

£4,256 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 1982 Huyton Air Training Corps

This group aims to promote and encourage young men and women to have an interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force and provides training to help foster a spirit of adventure and to develop the qualities of leadership and good citizenship. The grant will

£5,000 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Hillside Institute for Youth Activities

This group provides outdoor activities, including golf, football and bowls and educational advice on issues such as sex, health care and careers, for young people aged 6 - 18. The grant will pay for a residential holiday, camping equipment, computer softw

£5,000 Community Fund
11 Mar 1999 Landlife

Landlife works to protect the countryside and promotes the use of derelict land. This project will run a programme of training events on creating wildlife areas in deprived areas for environmental and community groups. Training will include seminars on-s

£120,782 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Springelm Activity Club

This group provides a summer activity project for children with learning difficulties, who live in the Knowsley area of Liverpool. The project provides valuable social and leisure opportunities for the children in a familiar and specialised environment a

£49,873 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Knowsley District Scout Council

This group provides training for young people and leaders in accordance with the rules of the Scout Association. The grant will pay for office and training equipment to set up a Scout District Office.

£5,000 Community Fund