Lottery grants awarded to Stockport in 1999

41 matching grants found.

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

This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.

£49,833 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

This project will provide a floodlit Synthetic Turf Pitch with fencing and dividing nettings at the school for the benefit of its 1350 pupils and up to 458 from feeder primary schools. This facility will offer a wider range of activities, enhance the curr

£249,571 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

This project will provide a floodlit multi-use games area with fencing and dividing nettings at the school. This facility will offer a wider range of activities, including hockey and football and will enhance the curriculum by providing structured lessons

£134,576 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

The project will support the development of junior table tennis, gymnastics, Tai Chi, dance, aerobics, judo, karate, structured games and TOPS training. The school will become a main training centre for primary teachers' continuous professional developmen

£207,373 New Opportunities Fund
15 Dec 1999 Epilogue

Epilogue Project

£7,500 Arts Council England
15 Dec 1999 Tea

TEA Project

£4,500 Arts Council England
2 Dec 1999 Stockport County Ladies F.C.

The project wishes to introduce a new sports competition by organising a girls' and women's Millennium football tournament and to improve qualifications by offering training courses. The grant will fund a Millennium girls' and women's tournament training

£1,300 Sport England
24 Nov 1999 Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council

Staircase House Project, Stockport

£2,515,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Nov 1999 Romiley Methodist Pre-school

This group provides pre-school education for children aged 3 to 5 years. The group wish to develop an outdoor play area. The grant will fund landscaping, tarmacing, security equipment and shrubs to develop an outside play area.

£5,000 Community Fund
1 Nov 1999 Manic Depressive Fellowship (Tameside)

This group provides education, information and support for people suffering from manic depression and their carers. The grant will fund room hire, speakers expenses, administrative costs, promotional material and books.

£1,480 Community Fund
1 Nov 1999 Multiethnic Manchester At The Year 2000

This new group promotes understanding and awareness of multi ethnic communities in Greater Manchester. The project involves various community groups taking an active part in producing a photographic exhibition as a mutual cultural exchange and Millennium

£4,990 Millennium Commission
1 Nov 1999 The Forum Company

This group provides weekly community based drama workshops and performances.This project is a creation of mixed media workshops culminating in a performance using the themes of time and the new Millennium. The grant will fund professional artists fees, ve

£4,450 Millennium Commission
1 Nov 1999 Stockport Youth Fencing Club

This group provides training and competitive fencing for 6 -18 year olds in Stockport. This project is to expand the group's membership and to provide a more professional level of coaching. The money is for new sports equipment coaching fees qualificati

£4,500 Sport England
1 Nov 1999 Heaton Mersey Guild Lacrosse Club

This group provides facilities for the sport of Lacrosse and competition in the Northern League. The project is to launch a junior development programme. The grant will fund coaching a floodlit astroturf training facility petrol and equipment.

£1,360 Sport England
1 Nov 1999 Belle Vue Indoor Bowling League

This group provides indoor bowling facilities league and cup competitions for people in the area of Manchester. The project will introduce of a new Millennium Veterans Games event combining athletics bowls and table tennis. The grant will fund track hir

£2,328 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 Network Nurseries Ltd

The grant will be used to set up a 20 place before and 20 place after school club for children aged 3-11. Ashdene Primary School will be served.

£1,794 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 S.N.A.G.S (Special Needs Activity Group)

The grant will be used to create 21 holiday and weekend places, a 36 place music workshop to run for six weeks and a 12 place away weekend, a total of 69 places, for young people aged 12 - 16 with severe learning difficulties. The Heatons Special School

£4,204 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 1999 Age Concern Stockport

The project will develop co-ordinate and manage volunteer based activities for older people living in the local community. Activities will include a befriending service and a scheme where older people volunteer to be mentors for young people. The three

£151,954 Community Fund
2 Sep 1999 Stockport Schools' Brass Band Association

This Group Aims To Help Children Develop Their Potential Through The Medium Of Music. The Bands Provides Concerts For Local Community Groups, Churches, Clubs For Older People And People With Disabilities. The Project Involves Sending A 10 Piece Band To

£4,006 Arts Council England
2 Sep 1999 Top Crescent Residents Association

This group provides a base for residents who meet to promote, cultivate and maintain the local area as used by the members of the local community. The grant will fund the development costs of an improved access scheme for Crookily Woods , Arden Park.

£3,484 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Sep 1999 Stockport Lapwings Basketball Club

This group provides training in basketball for girls. The grant will fund training sessions and taster days including court hire and coach fees two sets of playing kit and course for basketball coaches.

£3,095 Sport England
2 Sep 1999 Hazel Grove & District Sub Aqua Club

This group promotes underwater sport science and related studies. It also provides training in first aid life saving and water skills. The project will introduce a new snorkelling scheme to the club aimed specifically at young people and increase staff a

£3,940 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Stockport

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.

£912,292 New Opportunities Fund
24 Jun 1999 1940 (Levenshulme) ATC Squadron Civilian Committee

This group provides social and recreational activities for young people. This grant will fund a replacement roof for the projects and activities building and also installation costs for heaters .

£4,960 Community Fund
24 Jun 1999 1st Romiley Guides

This group provides educational, social and recreational activities for girls and young women. This grant will pay for a central heating system and double glazed UPVC windows.

£5,000 Community Fund
24 Jun 1999 Bramhall Air Scout Group

This group provides training for Scouts and Venture Scouts. Activities include gliding, power flying and visits to places of interest. The money will contribute towards the refurbishment of the Scout building including the removal of the asbestos roof lin

£5,000 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Humane Research Trust (The)

A research project to understand the mechanisms that drive human lens cell growth and to develop artificial lens coatings that will prevent lens cell growth which causes blindness. The grant, over three years, is for a salary of a post-doctoral Research F

£107,117 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Vernon Building Society Poynton Brass Band

Expand and enhance musical tuition facilties

£46,989 Arts Council England
27 Apr 1999 Alcohol and Drug Abstinence Service

This is a project providing treatment and support for women with alcohol and drug dependence problems. The three year grant will pay for staff salaries.

£100,000 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Stockport South West Community Action

This project will target disadvantaged estates in Stockport. A Family Link Worker will provide support to families experiencing stress and isolation enabling them to participate in a range of community projects including Parenting Skills, Assertiveness a

£61,909 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Azeemia Support Group

This group provides advice on health issues for women from South Asian communities, offers health treatments, produces a newsletter and networks with other agencies. The grant will pay for office stationery, leaflets and posters, desks, filing cabinet, ph

£4,750 Community Fund
20 Apr 1999 Werneth Communicare

This group provides practical assistance, advice and support to elderly, disabled, sick and other vulnerable members of the community. This grant will purchase a computer, a printer and software.

£1,443 Community Fund
1 Apr 1999 Stockport County FC

Football Youth Development Programme

£289,800 Sport England
29 Mar 1999 Stockport Georgians Cricket Club

Changing facility

£43,307 Sport England
11 Mar 1999 2nd Bramhall Scout Group

This is a project to refurbish the scout headquarters building improving the community facilities and providing disabled access. The one year grant will fund building refurbishment costs.

£124,507 Community Fund
11 Mar 1999 Signpost Stockport

The project is a development of the existing outreach project which primarily supports carers. This will include a home visiting service, improving and developing networks with local agencies as well as targeting carers within minority ethnic groups and c

£161,036 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Peak And Northern Footpaths Society

This group aims to protect and enhance public rights of way. The grant will pay for a computer, photocopier, fax machines, shelves, desks and chairs.

£4,767 Community Fund
2 Feb 1999 Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Celebrating Nature

£37,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Feb 1999 National Library for the Blind

Unseen History

£12,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Jan 1999 Stockport East Cheshire and High Peak Cerebral Palsy Society

The project will provide support to families and people with cerebral palsy. The three year grant will pay for salaries, office equipment and associated running costs.

£198,184 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 Stockport and District Association for Mental Health

The project will involve people experiencing mental ill health in a wide range of arts activities in a community setting to provide opportunities for members to acquire skills and experience in problem solving, collective creativity, communication, team-b

£100,018 Community Fund