16 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 1999||Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
|£162,017||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||Chesterfield High School
Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council will build new changing facilities at the Chesterfield High School gym as part of a sports development programme. New facilities will include male and female changing rooms, officials changing, reception point, internal
|£328,478||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Nov 1999||Shoreside Appeal Trust
A Millennium Arts Festival Is Planned For June 2000, Promoting, Celebrating And Encouraging New Artistic Experiences. The Grant Will Fund Dance And Music Workshops And Performances, Mixed Media, Art, Poetry And Writers Workshops.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|1 Nov 1999||Presfield Special School
This group provides a wide range of sporting activites for pupils with special educational needs. The project is to develop after school clubs at Prestfield by providing coaching time buying kit and providing transport for non-independent travellers. Th
|1 Nov 1999||Southport Hockey Club
This group provides hockey games and competition for men women and juniors. The project is a programme of junior coaching for girls and boys requiring new equipment training and leadership qualifications for the coaches. The grant will fund the purchase
|1 Nov 1999||Woodvale Badminton Club
This group provides junior and senior badminton tuition and facilities. The money is for coaching fees coach tuition fees various items of equipment such as racquets shuttles nets cones and team shirts/badges and administration costs.
|5 Aug 1999||Sail Training Association Merseyside Branch
The project will provide training and voyages for 177 young people who are victims of crime or bullying, who have achieved in difficult circumstances or who have demonstrated good citizenship and have made a positive contribution to the community. The gra
|5 Aug 1999||Environmental Assistance
This group provides environmental education through conferences and lectures, books and articles, and training children and young people. The award is for Environmental Auditors Association fees (-ú2,400), presentation materials (-ú800), training room hire
|24 Jun 1999||Southport Sea Cadets
This group encourages discipline and self esteem in young people by involving them in nautical activities and offering training leading to sailing qualifications. The grant will fund costs to re-lay a path and install a ramp to create disabled access to t
|24 Jun 1999||Botanic Gardens Mens Society
This group provides recreational activities for all men over 60 in Sefton. The grant will fund the rebuilding of the kitchen wing of the Society's building.
|3 Jun 1999||Queenscourt Hospice
The organisation provides 10 in-patient beds and has 25 day places available four times per week. This project is to establish and run creative art therapy at the hospice for both day and in-patients. This will help enable them to express their feelings,
|28 Apr 1999||English Speaking Board (International) Ltd
The organisation promotes education in spoken English skills. The project will build on a pilot scheme at HM Prison Full Sutton in Yorkshire offering oral communication classes to male prisoners. The classes give the participants improved verbal fluency
|11 Mar 1999||Southport District Scout Council
This is a project to furnish and equip a re-built Training and Activity Centre to make it accessible for use by other community groups. The one year grant will fund the purchase of training and catering equipment, dormitory furniture, a vehicle, promotion
|11 Mar 1999||Sefton Pensioners Advocacy Centre
This project is to establish a forum for older people which will encourage and facilitate the planning, design and delivery of community care services. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a full time Project Worker, training and runnin
|11 Mar 1999||1st Lydiate (St Thomas) Scout Group
The project is to extend and improve the scout hut building which is also used by other local youth groups. The one year grant will fund the refurbishment and extension of the premises.
|4 Mar 1999||Southport Stroke Club
This group provides facilities for recreation and leisure activities to improve the quality of life of people who have had strokes. The grant will fund transport costs for monthly outings and also to take members to and from the club.