Lottery grants awarded to Northern Ireland in 2004

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
31 Dec 2004 Leonard Cheshire Disability

The project will pilot a community based resource for disabled people in Omagh to promote active citizenship, encorage independent living , increase access to social and economic activities and promote the rights and needs of local disabled people.

£81,198 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 CAW 2000

The grant will provide community services to people living in the Caw estate by creating a centre where people can improve their awareness of health issues, their educational skills and self-confidence; enhance their self-esteem and life skills; and encou

£64,200 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Special Educational Needs Advice Centre

The grant will allow the project to provide a free and independent, two tiered advice and advocacy service to parents whose children have special educational needs. This includes a telephone advice line, talks to parental support groups and a tribunal re

£91,199 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Compass Advocacy Network Limited

The grant will allow the organisation to focus on people with learning difficulties by promoting learning through the sharing of experiences, provision of advice, information and training to improve the quality of life of its clients.

£38,897 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Naiscoil Mhaol Iosa

The project will provide opportunities to boost the emotional, intellecutal and social development of pre-school children. The Naiscoil will provide children with the opportunity to be educated through the medium of Irish. The project will also provide

£123,617 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Beragh Red Knights GAC

The GAA club will use the grant to create a cross community facility within a new sports development in the Tryone village.

£75,000 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Rural Community Network (NI) Ltd

The project will enable the Network to continue to provide vital support to rural community groups across Northern Ireland and increase and widen community participation within rural communities. The Network will focus on ensuring the inclusion of young

£250,782 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Children's Law Centre (C.L.C.)

The project will provide suppport to the organisation's youth committee that lobbies and advocates on behalf of Northern Ireland children, peer educates and provides training for young people to become peer educators and develop their own skills in advoca

£67,660 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Mulholland Aftercare Services Ltd

The grant will allow the organisation to focus on vulnerable young adults aged 16-25, who have suffered from sexual, physical, emotional or verbal abuse, homelessness and estrangement from families. It will allow the organisation to develop a mentoring

£127,471 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Dungannon and District Citizens' Advice Bureau

The project will provide a dedicated money advice service to people living in the Dungannon area. The service will handle multiple debt and complex cases and will also work with schools, community organisations and other interested bodies to deliver advi

£44,751 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Cumann Gaelach Leath Chathail

The organisation, which provides Irish language classes for adults and children as well as youth club and summer scheme activities, will use the grant to develop an after-school homework club for local children.

£1,510 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Voices Women's Group

The grant will be used to provide a safe, support environment for local women can share their experiences and get involved in personal and community development. It will also provide a drop-in facility to enable women to avail of training and education

£38,686 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 N I Assoc For Mental Health Downpatrick Branch

The grant will be used to extend the range of social and educational activities that take place at the Association's 'Beacon House' club for adults with mental health difficulties living in rural and isolated areas.

£10,118 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Riding for the Disabled - Fort Centre

The grant will allow the association to offer therapeutic horse riding lessons for disabled people in the area.

£19,882 Community Fund
23 Dec 2004 Bright GFC

Purchase of land and construction of full-sized gaelic football pitch

£90,000 Sport Northern Ireland
23 Dec 2004 Bright Community Association

Construction of two changing room pavilion and one-court sports hall.

£110,048 Sport Northern Ireland
22 Dec 2004 St. Patrick's Football Club

The Club Is Established To Provide Education To Assist Young Boys And Men Through Their Leisure Time Activities And Promote And Preseve Health. The Grant Will Allow The Club To Take Part In The Bangor Borough Council'S International Football Tournament I

£1,200 Sport Northern Ireland
21 Dec 2004 Belcoo Community Playgroup

The project will extend a current community centre to include a playgroup room and reception area. The extension will facilitate morning childcare sessions, increasing the playgroups capacity from 22 to 46 in the Belcoo ward of Fermanagh.

£79,899 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 2004 Ballymote Community Project Limited

The project will create purpose built toilets for children that currently access cr+┐che and playgroup facilities in the Ballymote Centre in Downpatrick. The project will also enhance the cr+┐che and parents room facilities.

£20,301 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2004 Glenravel Local History Project

Footsteps Through Old Belfast

£49,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Dec 2004 Ardboe Community Projects Ltd

The organisation plans to refurbish an existing building to create a children's centre for pre-school children including those with disabilities.

£33,487 New Opportunities Fund
16 Dec 2004 Play Resource Warehouse

To increase Play Resource's capacity to manage and develop a marketing strategy aimed at their membership in the voluntary, community and statutory se

£10,234 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Dec 2004 Kids in Control

Piranha - to develop stories to a full-scale production.

£11,379 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Dec 2004 Cahoots NI Ltd

Equipment application

£7,669 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
15 Dec 2004 Northern Ireland Screen

Digital Shorts 2001-04 (Year 3)

£48,000 UK Film Council
14 Dec 2004 Lagan Valley Regional Park

Lagan Valley LPS

£1,702,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Dec 2004 Portaferry Town Sports Club

Construction of synthetic turf pitch with fencing and floodlights

£75,000 Sport Northern Ireland
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from County Down has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran

£525 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Belfast has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in November of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran

£1,850 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Belfast has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£780 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from County Antrim has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in August of this year.

£300 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Northern Ireland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in October of this year.

£300 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from County Down has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in October of this year.

£300 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Northern Ireland has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Japan in March of next year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 The Gransha Hall Management Committee

The Gransha Hall Management Committee are a voluntary organisation, based in rural Fermanagh. The Committee are responsible for the ownership, management and organisation of the Gransha Hall, the focal point for community based activity in the area. The

£125,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Down's Syndrome Association

The Organisation Provides Information, Advice, Support And Counselling To People With Down'S Syndrome, Their Parents And Carers, Interested Professionals And The General Public. The Project Is A Pilot Project Which Will Recruit 10 Young People With Down'

£147,656 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Naiscoil an Loiste Uir

Na+íscoil An L+Žiste +▄ir Provides An Irish Language Pre-School Programme For Children Aged 2-4 In The Greater New Lodge And Surrounding Areas Of North Belfast. The Project Will Enable The Organisation To Continue To Run Its Programme Of Pre-School Educatio

£72,508 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Age Concern Network of Newcastle and District

The Organisation Works To Improve The Quality Of Life Of Older People And Promotes Their Physical, Emotional And Social Well Being. It Offers Services In Provision Of Information And Advocacy, Support For Local Pensioner Clubs, Volunteer Groups, Rural Tr

£5,794 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Rehability

The Organisation Provides A Drop-In 'Clubhouse' Facility, Open 365 Days A Year, For People With Mental Health Problems. The Project Will Provide A Drop-In Facility For People With Mental Health Problems And Include 'Disguised' Training In The Form Of Home

£56,490 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 The Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children

NI Cancer Fund for Children has been awarded -˙150,000 for the purchase of a log cabin to be constructed within the grounds of Shimna House, Newcastle. The project will offer a place for young people with cancer to integrate with each other and their famil

£150,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Ageing Well Roe Valley

The project aims to target older people, actively tackling social inclusion and disadvantage of older people by promoting a healthy lifestyle, independence and self-help. The grant over one year is for the salary of a project co-ordinator, recruitment, p

£44,368 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Equality 2000 Ltd

A Unique Organisation Set Up To Establish A Forum For Service Users And Organisations Representing Those With Physical Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, Hidden Disabilities, Sensory Impairment And Mental Ill Health Throughout The Dungannon And South Ty

£87,583 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action

Nicva Is A Unique Membership-Based Organisation Which Promotes And Represents The Voluntary Sector In Northern Ireland And Also Increases The Capacity Of Voluntary Organisations Through The Provision Of Advice And Information. The Project Will Enable The

£120,320 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Ards Citizens Advice Bureau

The Organisation Provides, Free And Impartial Advice To Members Of The Public, Including Completion Of Forms, Money Issues, Appeals And Legal Advice. They Also Run An Outreach Service For More Remote Parts Of The Borough And Those That Are Housebound. T

£54,752 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Altnaveigh House Ltd

Altnaveigh House is a voluntary organisation that aims to improve the quality of training, recreation and cultural provision for the protestant community in the Newry and greater Mourne area. The grant, originally over three years, is for the salaries of

£10,310 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Laghey Primary School

This project will convert a tarmac and grass area (15m x 22m) at Laghey Primary School, in a rural area outside Dungannon, into a safe multi purpose play area. The 41 pupils from the school will experience an increase in PE time from an average of 80 mi

£59,132 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 St Brigid's Primary School

Grant scheme funding will extend an existing play area (4m x 12m) at St Brigid's Primary School in Tirkane. In addition, the current playground will be lined in thermoplastic and play equipment will be provided for the school's 118 puils and 11 pre-school

£53,250 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Ballylifford Primary School

Grant scheme funding will enhance PE and sport facilities at Ballylifford Primary School in Cookstown by extending the exisiting multi purpose hall from 61sq.m to 91sq.m and will provide additional storage facilities. This will enable the school to incr

£79,088 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Belfast City Council

The project will modernise a shale pitch (90 x 50m) providing a state of the art synthetic turf pitch in the Whiterock area of Belfast. 1,100 pupils from three local schools, St Aidan's, Vere Forster and Holy Trinity, will each use the faciliy 12 hours pe

£486,659 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB)

Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB)

£304,222 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Magherafelt District Council

The project will construct a sand filled multi-sports synthetic pitch (91.5m x 55m) complete with surround fencing and floodlighting at Meadowbank Recreation Centre, Magherafelt. The facility will increase pupils PE time by an average of 20% across 9 part

£397,536 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Coagh Sports Centre

Coagh Sports Centre

£374,630 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Bunscoil an tSleibhe Dhuibh

Targeting schools, clubs and the community in the Whiterock and Upper Springfield areas of West Belfast, this project will create a much needed floodlit polymeric multi use games area (71m x 30m) for curricular and community use. Pupils from Bunscoil, Sc

£805,151 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Western Education and Library Board

Grant scheme funding will develop a fully inclusive multi activity children's play area at Foyleview and Belmont House Special Schools, Shantallow, Derry. This project is part of a larger play trail project which will be unique in Northern Ireland. The p

£125,818 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

The project will develop a polymeric multi-use games area (60m x 30m) complete with fencing, floodlighting and equipment store at Fairhill PS, Kinallen. The facility will increase pupils PE time from 1 hour to 2 hours per week, widen the range of sports a

£330,076 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 2004 Gracehill Old School Trust

Gracehill Old School Restoration

£1,125,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2004 Poleglass Youth Centre

Her Story

£14,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2004 Four Castles Orange Cultural Society

This formally constituted group will use the grant to set up an exhibition and conference to remember the sacrifices of local people in the Second World War. The exhibition will use photographs and WW 2 memorabilia of veterans from the Larne area and the

£2,044 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 2004 Mountainview Pensioners Club

This informal group will use an award to hold a reunion meal to commemorate the Second World War. They will also give talks to local young people about their memories ensuring that their contribution is not forgotten.

£946 New Opportunities Fund
7 Dec 2004 Salto Gymnastic Centre

Construction of a gymnastics centre

£470,000 Sport Northern Ireland
26 Nov 2004 Sports Council for Northern Ireland

Valued at -˙2.4m, this strand of the Community Sport programme will develop and enhance the Sports Council for Northern Ireland's existing Community Sport programme. The programme's aim it to initiate community sport development projects within Northern I

£2,324,647 New Opportunities Fund
25 Nov 2004 North West Play Resource Centre (The Playhouse)

Building-Stage 3 application

£1,000,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
24 Nov 2004 Mid-Antrim Museums Service

Maritime History Project

£20,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Nov 2004 Indian Community Centre

Three-year Indian Arts and Cultural Development Programme

£39,251 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Nov 2004 Creggan Education & Research Services

To deliver a three-year arts programme at An Creagan Visitor Centre.

£89,527 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
19 Nov 2004 Jack and Jill Community Playgroup

The project will upgrade the structure and provision of services of the existing playgroup which is located in a rural village near Omagh. This will enable them to enhance the quality of the learning by providing improved facilities.

£94,146 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Geordie Hanna Traditional Singing Society

The society provides an annual festival of traditional song including workshops, singing sessions and cultural activities. The grant will fund a 3 day event for the local community on aspects of traditional singing including workshops for young people.

£4,460 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 The Hedge Art Space

The Organisation Exists To Promote Art And Artists Primarily In North Belfast Through Exhibitions, Community Workshops And Creative Learning. The Grant Will Fund The Costs Of 2 Exhibitions In December 04 And February 05, Showcasing Artists Work.

£930 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Factotum

The Group Produces Art Events And Activities With The Aim Of Reaching As Wide And Large An Audience As Possible. The Project Will Increase Access To Arts Through The Distribution Of A Newssheet Containing Essays, Illustrations And General Arts Informatio

£3,600 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Bright Lights

The group provides a range of activities in theatre drama, ballet, Irish and Highland Dance for young people in its area and perform at venues across the province participating in competitions. The group will bring dance tutors to teach highland dancing

£4,760 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Art and Crafts Consortium

The Consortium Supports The Work Of Local Artists, Crafts People And Increases Access To And Participation In The Enjoyment Of Arts And Crafts Within Its Local Community. The Grant Will Extend The Provision Of Quality Arts And Crafts Training For The Loc

£4,045 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Gran Quilters

The Group Teaches Its Members New Skills In Patchwork And Needlecraft And Holds An Annual Exhibition Of Its Work. The Group Will Provide Classes In Decoupage, Silk Embroidery, Stamp Work And Card Making, These New Skills Will Be Taught By A Qualified Tut

£1,800 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Abridged

The Organisation Is Established To Ensure The Twice Yearly Publication Of The Abridged Periodical. The Grant Will Fund The Costs Of A Twice Yearly Publication Called New Writing Which Will Showcase Poets, Authors And Writers Work.

£2,332 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Old Museum Arts Centre

The Organisation Is Established To Promote, Maintain, Improve And Advance Various Art Forms Including The Use Of New Technology. The Grant Will Fund A Two Day Exploratory Workshop For Adults With Learning Difficulties.

£2,730 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Clonduff Community Association

The group addresses issues concerning residents in estate of Clonduff in Castlereagh. The grant is to purchase D-J'ing equipment to help develop the youth from the estate by improving their self esteem and team working skills.

£3,500 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Clonduff Youth Club Association

The group provides facilities and activities which address the issues of local youth. The award will assist the group to provide additional recreational activities as part of a youth club.

£2,257 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Fox Park Residents Association

The group assists residents with environmental and housing issues within its area and runs seasonal and social events. The grant will be used to set up a community house in the Fox Park estate to allow younger and older people to attend workshops, cooker

£3,974 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Craigyhill Community Forum

The group provides educational, social and recreational activities for the local community. The project will allow it to increase community participation through the implementation of a range of projects for young people.

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Doury Road Resident's Association

The group was established with the aim of positively regenerating the Doury Road area through the development of social and environmental initiatives in conjunction with all the residents. The grant will help with venue hire, entertainment costs and insu

£2,458 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Banbridge RUC GC Voluntary Welfare Support Group

The group promotes the well-being of ex members of the RUC through the provision of information, advice and events. The project will build self confidence and self-esteem among group members by assisting the group to provide training, keep members inform

£4,900 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 The Friends Of The Somme Association - Mid Ulster Branch

The association aims to perpetuate the memory, courage and comradeship of the men and women from the Mid Ulster Area who served their country in the Great War. The grant will pay for equipment for the association to hold high standard lectures, on a mont

£3,300 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Meadow & Armagh Road Community Association

The association provides social, educational, recreational and centre activities for its community in the Newry area. The grant will provide a series of seasonal activities at Christmas for older and younger people, bringing generations together to impro

£4,900 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Lower Andersonstown Mothers Support Group

The group is established to provide and secure the provision of educational and recreational facilities for mothers and toddlers in the Lower Andersonstown area. The grant will fund re-surfacing to a play area for children.

£4,700 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Cosy Club

The group provides recreational activities for older people and holds monthly meetings. The grant will give the members the opportunity to go on 5 day trips in the forthcoming year and hold bingo sessions 4 times a month.

£3,000 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Markets Women's Group

The group provides recreational, educational and social activities and facilities in the Markets area of Belfast. The award will allow the group to introduce children to the new experience of live theatre.

£1,000 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 1st Lisnaskea Scout Group

The organisation promotes the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential. The grant will pay for equipment for outdoor activities.

£1,950 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Dunamoney Flute Band

The band teaches music to young people and attend festivals and parades. The grant will enable the band to hold a Christmas party for members and its families and provide entertainment and hold a fun day to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the band's fo

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Crumlin Community Festival Group

The group promotes the arts and the social well being of people within Crumlin by organising social events. The project will allow the group to build community spirit and promote good relations in the local area by running a one day community fair.

£1,207 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Mourne Local Studies Group

The Group Organises Talks, Outings, Publications And The Assembly Of Archive Materials, Fostering An Interest In All Aspects Of The Mourne Region And In Particular, The Kingdom Of Mourne. The Grant Will Purchase Ict Equipment, Introducing The Use Of Mode

£4,191 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Nov 2004 Four Castles Orange Cultural Society

The group provides an educational resource to preserve local culture and heritage. The award will allow the group to develop and deliver cultural awareness seminars and undertake educational visits.

£3,767 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Nov 2004 Naiscoil Bhoth Domhnaigh

The group offers pre school education to children aged between 2yrs 10 months and 4 years. The project is to create a car park, pick up/drop off location, outdoor play area, planting area and fish pond.

£3,000 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Galliagh Women's Group

The group was established to empower women living in the Galliagh area and improve their life chances. The project will help provide the group with a range of cooking equipment, enabling members to have fun and practical cooking lessons.

£3,056 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Amber Community Development Agency

The organisation is established to advance education and provide facilities for its community in South Belfast. The grant will initiate and develop a Job Information Point for youth, advertising current vacancies and giving them the space to dicuss issue

£4,990 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Irish Astronomical Association

The group educates the public in astronomy and space. The project is to run a series of public demonstrations of the Sun and the Night Sky and provide open viewing sessions .

£2,062 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Downtown Women's Group

The group offers training programmes to enhance women-+s skills to participate in decision making and leadership. The project will help with costs of designing & producing visual arts around issues of female human rights and hold a one day conference, w

£3,377 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Glen Community Development Group

This organisation aims to develop services for young people, mothers and toddlers and older people in the area. The grant will allow the group to hold a full programme of activities starting in January 2005 including trips to the theatre, cinema and to t

£1,950 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Aspergers Network

The group provides services for children and adults with Aspergers Syndrome (Autism). The project is to run various workshops for parents, carers and sufferers.

£4,997 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Clough and District Community Playgroup

The group enhances the development and education of pre-school age children in the Clough and District area. The grant will provide an outdoor play area with equipment for the children.

£4,997 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Watch Club for Blind and Visually Impaired People

This group takes part in tandem cycling, walking, swimming and yoga providing visually impaired members with a range of activities. To continue with its tandem cycling the group require additional bikes to allow all members to take part and transport hire

£4,720 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Catholic Guides of Ireland - St Michael's

The organisation aims to promote and foster the social, educational and physical development of young girls to improve their skills in their home environment and community settings. The grant will pay for IT training and a computer package to enable the

£1,100 New Opportunities Fund