Lottery grants awarded to Ashton-under-lyne in 1999

16 matching grants found.

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

Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

£634,714 New Opportunities Fund
15 Dec 1999 Mossley Community Arts

Mossley Comm. Arts Project

£4,500 Arts Council England
2 Dec 1999 Age Concern Tameside

This is a project to purchase and refurbish a town centre property. The new building will combine all of the organisation's services for older people under one roof. This will include day centre provision, advice and information, social and recreation f

£642,112 Community Fund
1 Nov 1999 Tameside Victim Support

This group provides support and assistance to individuals and families who have experienced the impact of crime. The project is a competition for volunteers to design a badge for promoting victim support. The money will be used to purchase badge.

£1,501 Community Fund
22 Sep 1999 Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Ashton Old Town THI

£700,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Sep 1999 Writers Reign

This Group Aims To Alleviate Isolation And To Encourage And Support Group Members In The Common Interest Of Writing With Group Members Reading Their Work At Various Community Functions. The Project Is To Produce An Anthology Of Members' Competition Winni

£2,800 Arts Council England
2 Sep 1999 Moving Clay and Friends

This Group Provides A Wide Variety Of Arts Based Projects Which It Exhibits Around The Local Community . Its Target Is To Involve People By Means Of Interaction With The Artists. The Grant Will Fund The Running Costs Of 38 Workshops Including Materials An

£5,000 Arts Council England
2 Sep 1999 6th Ashton Scout Group

This group provides scouting activities. The grant will fund the purchase of a steel fence, tents, camping equipment and fire shelters.

£4,740 Community Fund
2 Sep 1999 Darul Uloom Qadria Jilania

This group provides education, advice and support for members through teaching of languages. It also advises on religious and translation matters plus social advice. The grant will fund an arts based millennium exhibition in June 2000 for benefit of the g

£1,800 Millennium Commission
2 Sep 1999 Staley St Paul's Cricket and Sports Club

This group runs a cricket club including coaching junior and senior teams for people of all ages in the local community The grant will fund kit for the junior teams a wicket cutter and a secure storage unit for equipment.

£2,250 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Tameside


£752,655 New Opportunities Fund
24 Jun 1999 Tameside Sea Cadet Corps

This group provides naval and marine cadet training as well as activities including sailing, swimming, shooting, canoeing and Duke of Edinburgh training for young people aged 12 to 18. The grant will pay for a new printer and photocopier and four new sail

£4,609 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Shree Bharatiya Mandal

This is a project to complete the building works on a new Community Centre. The grant will pay for the costs of construction, fittings and landscape works.

£64,400 Community Fund
26 Jan 1999 Mossley Community Arts

Festival of Fire

£16,000 Arts Council England
13 Jan 1999 All Saints Church Micklehurst

Exploring the heritage of Mossley young people will interview older people and the Bangladeshi community about their personal histories and create a performance piece a visual arts display and a CD ROM using the information they have collected. A number o

£30,000 Millennium Commission
7 Jan 1999 The Wooden Canal Boat Society

This group is involved in the preservation and restoration of wooden canal boats for the benefit of the local community. The long-term aim is to establish boat building facilities and a visitor centre. Boats will be restored and used to provide holidays

£4,994 Community Fund