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|24 Dec 1999||Larne High School
Larne High School
|£17,437||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Dec 1999||Craigavon Area Hospital Group Trust
To fund a mobile trailer to hold the breast screening equipment which will travel across the WHSSB and SHSSB areas offering breast screening to women aged between 50 and 64 and to extend screening to women up to the age of 70.
|£62,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Dec 1999||Craigavon Area Hospital Group Trust
To fund new ex-ray equipment for a mobile trailer which will travel across the WHSSB and SHSSB areas offering breast screening to women aged between 50 and 64 and to extend screening to women up to the age of 70.
|£37,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Dec 1999||Northern Ireland Community Development & Health Network
The Organisation Is Seeking Nlcb Funding For Support And Development Services Particularly Targeted At Rural And Small Community Groups Which Will Facilitate Capacity Building Within These Communities And Will Support The Growth Of Community Development A
|16 Dec 1999||Traad & Ballyronan/Ballinderry Development Association
Purchase of equipment for multi-purpose hall
|£33,413||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Upper Springfield Development Company Ltd
New Work - Top of the Rock project
|£14,500||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Littoral/Projects Environment
Access - ArtRoutes
|£49,914||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Stirling Film & TV Productions Ltd
Production - Documentary Series on dance - 'Rising Steps'
|£40,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||NICOD
Access - 'Mixed Peppers' performing arts training course
|£9,250||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Tinderbox Theatre Company
New Work - 'New Works from the North'
|£23,238||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Kids in Control
|£69,648||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||North Coast Community Arts Collective
North Coast Community Arts
|£18,645||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Crescent Arts Centre
|£2,800||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Dec 1999||Out & About Disability Group
Access - Arts in the Community Training Programme
|£50,970||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Dec 1999||Northern Ireland Youth Forum
The provision of a youth information service based in Belfast. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of two full time information field officers, project running costs, refurbishment and office equipment.
|14 Dec 1999||Antrim District Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will make Antrim Citizens' Advice Bureau more accessible. The grant, over two years is to purchase and install an eight person lift and pay for maintenance for two years.
|14 Dec 1999||Public Achievement Limited
This project aims to deliver a programme of 'civic advocacy' at youth centres across NI through a variety of tasks. This award, over three years, is for salaries, running costs, rent, heat and light, producing information, travel and consultancy.
|14 Dec 1999||The Play Resource Warehouse
This project is to provide a Creative Environment Centre, providing recycled industrial waste materials for childrens' play. This award, over one year, is for capital building costs, professional fees, IT system and associated training.
|14 Dec 1999||Lisnagleer Community Group
The project provides for the refurbishment of the local community facility. The grant, over 3 years, is for the refurbishment of the local community facility and the salary of a part time caretaker.
|14 Dec 1999||Home Start Newry And Mourne
The project is in two additional part time members of staff to develop the family group. This would allow the continuation of the family group and an opportunity to extend the service and reach more families. The grant, over 3 years, is for the salary of
|14 Dec 1999||Humpty Dumpty Playgroup Moygashel
This project provides a playgroup facility (full and half day care) to improve the quality of life for children aged 3-5 living in the Moygashel area. The grant, over one year, is for capital building costs, professional fees, IT system and associated tra
|14 Dec 1999||Greencastle and District Community Development Association
The provision of a multi-functional community building to facilitate community involvement in the Greencastle area. The grant, over one year, is for a contribution towards building construction costs and professional fees
|14 Dec 1999||Shankill Women's Centre
This project is to further develop its programmes projects and services and to strategically address future provision and sustainability. Over three years the grant will pay for the salaries of a full time childcare manager 2 part time childcare workers
|14 Dec 1999||Ardmonagh Family & Community Group Limited
The organisation has recently moved to a new purpose built Family Centre. The aim of the project is to consolidate existing activities and to develop and deliver a higher quality service for the local Upper Springfield community. This will ensure the long
|14 Dec 1999||Lagan Valley Education Project
This project continues to provide an educational facility to young people who have been excluded from mainstream education and will now provide a facility for adults to avail of personal development and educational opportunities. The money, over three yea
|14 Dec 1999||Gingerbread Northern Ireland
To provide accessible, quality specialist advice, information and representation to lone parents on a range of social welfare issues. To influence policy makers regarding lone parent issues. The grant over three years is for the salaries of two part time
|14 Dec 1999||North Belfast Partnership Limited
This project will establish a staffing and resource base in an area of high deprivation. The grant, over two years, is for the salaries of an education development officer, a housing and environment development officer, a health and social well-being deve
|14 Dec 1999||Ligoniel Improvement Association
This project is a Community Regeneration Programme designed to improve the quality of life of residents in the local estate. This award, over three years, is for three salaries and associated running and training costs.
|14 Dec 1999||Strabane Association For The Temporary Homeless
This project allows homeless people to progress to independent living in a supported manner. The grant, over three years, is for the full time post of a resettlement officer, general running expenses, evaluation fee and training for staff and beneficiarie
|14 Dec 1999||Whiterock Creche Association
The project will address the strategic development and future sustainability of the organisation. Over three years the grant will support the existing salaries of a full time centre manager, full time room leader for the toddlers room, training for staff
|14 Dec 1999||Dungiven Community Resource Centre
This project is to employ staff in order to maximise benefit uptake and access other support services in the Dungiven area. Services provided include adult education and luncheon club for older people. The grant, over three years, is to employ one full t
|14 Dec 1999||Belfast Charitable Society
The project is to assist towards the construction of a voluntary nursing home for 100 older people in North & West Belfast requiring differing levels of nursing care. It will ensure compliance with current standards for registration and will provide an e
|14 Dec 1999||Upper Andersonstown Community Forum
This project is to continue the provision of a wide range of services to the local community from creche to older peoples activities, from after-school club to adult learning. This award, over three years, is for the salaries of a centre co-ordinator, fin
|14 Dec 1999||Albert Street Community Centre Ltd
The project is to renovate the disused former Albert Street Presbyterian Church in the Lower Falls area of West Belfast developing it into a community facility which will have a health focus and will provide support services for a wide range of people fac
|14 Dec 1999||Springhill Community House
The development of a project to provide IT classes for adults wishing to return to study and thereby increasing their employment opportunities and quality of life. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a part time information technology tutor/
|14 Dec 1999||Omagh Independent Advice Services
The grant will enable the organisation to effectively meet the demand for the Disability and Advice Service. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of two existing posts (advice support worker and disability officer) and two new posts (tribunal/ca
|14 Dec 1999||Confederation Of Community Groups
The project will provide a welfare rights advice service in the Newry and Mourne area and to provide training and information to and for voluntary and community organisations on welfare rights issues. The grant, over three years, is to employ one full tim
|14 Dec 1999||Training For Women Network Limited
The project will serve to support the long-term sustainability of the projects, thus ensuring that women's training and development remains a focus of future community and voluntary sector activity. The grant, over three years will fund the salary of a fu
|14 Dec 1999||Foyle University of the Third Age
This project is to provide permanent accommodation for the organisation. This award, over one year, is for the purchase and refurbishment of a building.
|13 Dec 1999||Patrick Sarsfields Juvenile Club
This Group Provides A Range Of Sporting And Cultural Services For Hundreds Of Young People Of All Ages And Abilities Including Gaelic Football, Hurling, Irish Dancing And Irish Language. The Event Is A Traditional One Day Millennium Festival Which Will In
|13 Dec 1999||Enniskillen Photographic Society
This Is A Cross Community Group Who Aim To Educate And Promote Photography. This Activity Provides Entertainment To All Regardless Of Age, Religion Or Gender. This Project Will Trace The Occupations, Arts, Crafts And Recreational Fields Of The Local Peopl
|13 Dec 1999||Lower Templeard Residents Association
This Group Provides Encouragement, Helping Foster Good Cross-Community Relations And Spirit Throughout The Templeard Area Of Londonderry. The Group Primarily Promotes Educational And Entertaining Events. To Support The Group In Hosting Events On New Year'
|13 Dec 1999||Cumann Gaelach Chnoc Na Ros Doire
This Group Provides Awareness Of Cultural Diversity Through Arts, Education And Heritage. The Group Name Translated Into English Is 'The Irish Society, Rosemount, Derry'. This Grant Will Support The Group To Perform The 'Aileach' Which Is A New Musical Wr
|13 Dec 1999||Down Community Arts
This Group Fosters And Promotes The Maintenance, Improvement And Development Of Arts Activity Throughout Down District With The Emphasis Being On Community Arts And Outreach Activities. Physical Disabilities, To Participate In The Millennium. Using Art,
|13 Dec 1999||Irish Football Association
NI Under 18's
|£15,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|10 Dec 1999||Playcentre
The grant will be used to create 12 after-school places for children aged 5-7. The facility will be situated in the Newtownards area of Co. Down. The school served will be Londonderry Primary.
|£1,953||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Dec 1999||DTI - Individuals
|£5,325||Sport Northern Ireland|
|7 Dec 1999||Cushendall Boating & Sailing Club Ltd
"World Topper Sailing Championship, August 2000"
|£10,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|5 Dec 1999||Larne RFC
Upgrading of roof over squash courts
|£17,430||Sport Northern Ireland|
|2 Dec 1999||Gelvin Area Community Association
This group promotes and maintains the well being of the community and its physical environment. The grant will refurbish a community room in the new centre they have purchased. The building will be used for community purposes including a meeting place fo
|2 Dec 1999||Sandy Row Community Festival
This group undertakes urban improvements and organises an annual community-focused festival. The grant will pay for a multicultural Millennium celebration.
|2 Dec 1999||Mid Ulster Culture & Heritage Association
This group provides a cross community weekend festival and other cross community events. It aims to encourage cultural understanding and tolerance by presenting events which represent all traditions. This grant will offer support, including office equipm
|2 Dec 1999||Derrytresk Community Organisation
This group works to improve the environment and facilities for the local people in the Clonde area of Tyrone. The grant pay for a weekly outing for six months (including transport and entertainment) for older people in the area.
|2 Dec 1999||St Peter's Playgroup, Collegelands
The grant will be used by this new rural playgroup to equip a new mobile classroom. It will also be used towards training/publicity items.
|2 Dec 1999||Country Classics Fundraising Group
This group promotes the relief of sickness, disability, poverty and advancement of education throughout the Craigavon area. The grant will buy computer and office equipment to assist in their overall day to day administration.
|2 Dec 1999||Cherry Aspen Chestnut Residents Association
This group provides a drop-in centre for the community of Twinbrook. The grant will enable this group to continue providing an environmental service for 260 houses, on the Twinbrook estate.
|2 Dec 1999||Antrim Friendship (Old People's) Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people in the Antrim area. The grant will help improve the activities that are currently available. It will help the group organise bus trips for members to meet with other senior citizens g
|2 Dec 1999||Kinawley Community Partnership
This group represents the community of Kinawley and aims to promote social and economic regeneration in the area. The grant will enable this cross-community group to set up a working office.
|2 Dec 1999||Bo-Peep Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education to children under statutory school age. The grant will pay for a new programme of activities for the children including language programmes, basic numeracy and social skills development.
|2 Dec 1999||Aughakillymaude Community Association
This group provides a broad range of social and recreational activities for a small rural area. The grant will buy comfortable seating and tables for the centre.
|2 Dec 1999||Drumbeg Playgroup
This group provides education to children under statutory school age. The grant buy computer and office equipment to improve the overall administration and help expand the activities available to the children.
|2 Dec 1999||Lagmore Women's Initiative
This group aims to advance education and promote health for women in the Lagmore area of West Belfast. The grant will enable this group to set up and run an office and provide cleaning and kitchen equipment. In an area of high unemployment and social dep
|2 Dec 1999||Newbridge Women's Group
This group provides social welfare to women in the Newbridge area of Magherafelt. The grant will assist this new group with initial start-up costs and help streamline administration including setting up of a database, production of publicity materials and
|2 Dec 1999||St Mary's Conference of Society of St Vincent de Paul
This group provides support, counselling and advice to people on low incomes and lone parent families in the Stewartstown area of Co Tyrone. The grant will purchase comfortable chairs, card tables and some new kitchen equipment to improve the social club
|2 Dec 1999||Townparks South Community Association
This group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of Townparks South in Antrim. The grant will help this group create special Millennium gardens. Younger and older people in the community will be involved in planting and maintaining the gardens which wi
|2 Dec 1999||48th Scout Group (West Belfast)
This group provides social and recreational activities for boys and girls in West Belfast. The grant will enable this group to redecorate their scout hall, both internally and externally.
|2 Dec 1999||STEER Limited
This group provides a forum for those with primary and secondary experience of mental illnesses. The grant will enable this group, to produce a book for the Millennium which will address myths surrounding mental health. The book will highlight the positi
|2 Dec 1999||Clogher Valley Playgroup
This group provides education for pre-school children in the Clogher area. The grant will pay for structural assessments of land identified for their new playgroup facility. It will also pay for professional help to produce a business plan to help the gr
|2 Dec 1999||British Deaf Assoc & NI Deaf Youth Assoc Millennium Comm
This group provides social activities for deaf and those with learning impairments. The grant will pay for deaf awareness training and will enable this group to hold a special evening on 31st December 1999 to celebrate the Millennium. The event will brin
|2 Dec 1999||Lower Lisburn Road Senior Citizens Club
This group provides entertainment, social evenings and outings for older people in the Lower Lisburn Road/Donegall Road areas of Belfast. The grant will be used towards a Christmas dinner and social evening which will help boost morale, as well as transpo
|2 Dec 1999||Leafair Community Association
This group provides community services, including housing and welfare rights clinics. The grant will enable this group to hold a New Year's Eve event for the whole community, especially targeting low income and single parent families.
|2 Dec 1999||Summerhill Community Association
This group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Summerhill estate area of East Belfast. The grant will pay for various social events, an older people's New Years event, a childrens' pantomime visit and variety evening for all ages.
|2 Dec 1999||Institute for Feminism and Religion Northern Ireland
This group promotes the advancement of education about spirituality and feminism within Northern Ireland. The grant will enable this group to hold a weekend event in January.
|2 Dec 1999||Shankill Women's Activity Group
This group supports women experiencing stressful situations and encourages them to participate in the community within a safe and social environment. The grant will allow this new group to start a programme for women lacking self-confidence.
|25 Nov 1999||Ballyoran Training and Support Group
This Group Was Established To Organise Training And Support For Local People Interested In Exploring Community Development And Community Relations. This Grant Will Support The Group In Organising A Series Of Millennium Workshops, Including Devising A Time
|25 Nov 1999||Desertmartin Local History Group
This Group Provides The Study And Promotion Of Public Interest In The History, Folklore, Crafts And Antiquities Of The Area. The Group Establishes An Ongoing Archive Of Local History. The Grant Will Support Hire Of Professional Personnel And Equipment To
|25 Nov 1999||Mary Gray Rural Community Association
This Group Provides: Summer Schemes; Youth Activities; Women'S Group; Farming Meetings; Community Business Start Up Advice. This Grant Will Support A Project Involving The Youth And A Video/Film Project In A Deprived Rural Area. The Aim Of The Project Is
|25 Nov 1999||Upper Andersonstown Community Forum
The Forum Is An Umbrella Organisation For A Wide Variety Of Issue Based Groups. This Grant Will Support A Week Long Festival Offering A Variety Of Artistic, Musical And Educational Events In This Deprived Area. Community Involvement Will Be High, Via The
|25 Nov 1999||The Derry Repertory Theatre
This Group Provides Actor Training And Opportunities To Perform In Theatrical Productions. The Group Also Creates Cross-Community Plays Which Examine Important Issues Of Local Interest. This Women'S Drama And Performance Festival Is An Eight Day Event Coi
|25 Nov 1999||The Glens of Antrim Historical Society
This Group Studies The Heritage And Folklore Of The Glens Of Antrim For The Benefit Of Its Peoples And Preserves The Historical Knowledge And Objects Of Historical Interest. This Grant Will Enable The Group To Work With The Community In Creating A Millenn
|25 Nov 1999||Benedy Community Association
The Group Provides Activities And Events For The Community. This Project Is Twofold In That The Preparation Stage Involves Working With Over 50s To Compile Songs, Stories, Poetry, And Recipes Of The Area And Then An Arts Project With The Younger People Of
|25 Nov 1999||Heart of the Glens Community Festival
This Group Organises And Co-Ordinates An Annual Community Festival During August. This Grant Will Support The Printing Of The 50th Edition Of The Group'S Local Newsletter To Reflect On The Past And Look To The Future At The Millennium. The Local Children
|25 Nov 1999||'Down in the Community'
This Group Is Made Up Of Representatives From The Down Writers Network, Down Camera Club And East Down Institute Staff. The Group Brings Together The Diverse Cultural And Artistic Talents In Down District. The Project, An Anthology Of Poetry, Prose And Vi
|25 Nov 1999||Young Enterprise N.I
The Group Is Set Up To Ensure That Every School Leaver Will Possess Basic Economic Literacy And Enterprise Awareness. This Grant Will Enable An Innovative Event For Young People From The Srabane, Derry, Limavady And Omagh Areas Who Have Been Working In Co
|25 Nov 1999||Ballynahinch and Areas School Millennium Planning Group
This Group Has Been Formed To Bring Pupils From The Ballynahinch Area Together To Mark The Millennium. This Grant Will Support A 'History Through Drama' Involving 120 Primary And Past Primary Pupils From 3 Secondary And 5 Primary Schools On A Cross Commun
|23 Nov 1999||St Colmcille's High School
To establish a drama/music club for teenagers aged 11-14. To include a performance of a community musical to celebrate the millennium in Crossgar and a new production that will tour local primary schools. The aim is to enhance creative skills and personal
|£17,550||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Nov 1999||Craigavon Citizens' Advice Bureau
To provide an outreach information and advice service to those living in Craigavon, Portadown and Lurgan. The project will expand and strengthen an outreach information and advice service in Portadown and Lurgan.
|22 Nov 1999||Roden Street Community Development Group
To facilitate the ongoing community development work in the Roden Street area and to support the Roden Street Community Development Group user groups, staff and volunteers. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of a full time community develo
|22 Nov 1999||Belfast Women's Exchange & Information Group
To produce a monthly magazine, Women's News and to provide accredited training to women in media and journalism related courses. The grant, over three years, is to fund, the salaries of a part time (job share) training and technical production worker in y
|22 Nov 1999||Markethill District Enterprise Limited
This project is to complete the fitting out of a community facility which will act as a neutral facility for all the current and future user groups in the district. The facility will enable the community to have education, personal development and partic
|22 Nov 1999||Killinchy And District Community Association
The construction of a community hall to provide a neutral venue from which a programme of capacity building and community led initiatives can be developed, organised and implemented. This is part of a larger scheme which will include the provision of a pl
|22 Nov 1999||Royal Mencap Society
To provide a service which facilitates the involvement of people with a learning disability into Mencap's network of Gateway clubs, local societies and group associates. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a part time secretary, full time di
|22 Nov 1999||Aghavilly Youth Club
To provide comfortable dry and healthy facilities for current beneficiaries and to encourage further use of the facility as a place of recreation, training and personal development for the youth of Aghavilly and the surrounding areas. The project will als
|22 Nov 1999||Albertbridge Area Community Development Project
The organisation has identified the need for a community development project for the Albertbridge area that is managed and led by the people of the area. The project will provide a mechanism that will empower local people to take on responsibility in con
|22 Nov 1999||Coleraine Volunteer Bureau
The Bureau will expand and develop its volunteering service throughout the District Council areas of Coleraine Ballymoney and Moyle. It will target volunteers from under-represented groups develop outreach centres to promote and support volunteering in
|22 Nov 1999||Greenway Womens Group
The Project Aims To Extend And Develop The Current Work Of The Organisation. This Will Promote The Development Of The Capacity Of Users, Target And Include The Socially And Economically Disadvantaged, Introduce Pre-Vocational Training Programmes Aimed At
|22 Nov 1999||Craigavon Women's Aid
The Project Is To Purchase A New Building And House A Permanent Resource Centre. This Includes A Training Room, Crhche, Library, Advice/Support Rooms, Offices, A Drop-In Facility And Volunteer Base And Outside Safe Play Area. To Support This Extension O
|22 Nov 1999||An Droichead
The construction of a new purpose-built centre to facilitate Irish medium pre-school and after schools programmes adult education programme and office space for the management development and administration of the organisation. The building located on
|22 Nov 1999||Action for Dysphasic Adults (N I)
The delivery of an advocacy service for adults with dysphasia. The grant, over three years, is for the salary of a full time dysphasia advocate/home liaison counsellor and project running costs.
|22 Nov 1999||Shankill Lurgan Community Projects
To develop the Lurgan Independent Advice and Information Service, a free service for the people of Lurgan and surrounding area. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries of a full time tribunal representative part time administrative worker and a c