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|21 Dec 2005||West Winds Residents Association
This Group Works In Partnership With Statutory And Voluntary Organsiations And Holds Social And Recreational Activities For Its Members. The Project Enable The Members Of The Community To Work Alongside Artists To Create Two New Pieces Of Artwork In The
|£1,972||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Ballee and District Community Group
The Group Addresses The Individual And Social Needs Of People Living In And Around The Ballee Area Of Co Down. The Project Will Enhance The Life'S Of Children, Adults And Older Members Of The Community, By Introducing The Arts Into Their Everyday Life.
|£4,200||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Ulidian Youth Drama Group
The Group Provides A Free Facility For Young People Aged Between 8 - 18 Years Old, In The Waterside Area Of Londonderry, To Learn Drama And New Performances. The Project Will Facilitate And Produce Local Children'S Writer Jack Sholtock'S Play, Called Que
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Ballycoan Pipe Band
The Group Promotes Scottish Pipe Music And The Ulster Scots Tradition. The Project Will Bring People Together To Enjoy A Festival Of Ulster Scots Music, Culture And Dance At The Island Centre, Lisburn In January 2006.
|£3,817||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||The City Chapter
The Organisation Promotes And Organises Art Events Including Poetry Readings, Lectures, Drama Readings And Exhibitions, Developing Appreciation Of The Arts In Armagh. The Project Is Called The Voyager Project, Which Will Encourage Reading And Stimulate C
|£1,150||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Moving On Music Ltd
The Group Promotes And Develops The Advancement Of Music Education. The Project Is A 3 Day Festival Of Creative Music And Education For Young People.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Lisnagarvey Operatic and Dramatic Society
The group promotes, encourages and maintains performing arts in the city of Lisburn. The project will bring the best of amateur musical theatre to the City, through the production of Pirates of Penzance.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Heatherbrook Silver Band
The Group Offers Young People The Opportunity To Learn Musical Instruments And Plays Concerts In The Local Area. The Project Is To Aquire Equipment And Resources For The Group To Extend And Improve Their Services Such As Musical Tutoring And Organising Fu
|£2,998||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||South Ulster Concert Band
The Group Provides A Musical Outlet For Musicians From All Backgrounds And Abilities. The Project Is To Enable The Group To Hold A Concert In The Local Town Hall.
|£1,150||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Old Crocks Art Group
This Group Provides Training In Art Forms For Its Members And Hold Exhibitions. The Project Will Teach Members New Skills In Oil Painting And Ceramics.
|£3,852||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Ardboe Central Youth Band
The Group Educates Young People To Develop Their Musical Talent Through Band Music. The Project Will Enhance The Lives Of Young People Through Music Tuition And Provide A Musical Festival Based On Traditional Music, Benefiting The Local Community.
|£3,840||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Waveney Youth Centre
The Group Aims To Provide Recreational Facilities For Young People. The Project Will Provide A Range Of Art Programmes Over A Six Month Period Aimed At Young People.
|£2,650||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Upper Crossgare Pipe Band
The Group Provides Recreational And Leisure Activities For Its Members. The Project Is To Hold A Music Workshop And Youth Programme Aimed At Local Young People.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Twisters Youth Dance CLub
The Group Provides Quality Training And Education In Dance And Movement For Children In The Strabane Region. The Project Will Provide Professional Dance And Movement Classes To Children Of All Backgrounds.
|£4,250||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||South Bank Playhouse Ltd
The Group Promotes, Organises, Manages And Produces Plays Of Cultural And Educational Value, Including Dramas, Comedies, And Films. The Project Will Encourage The Local Community To Participate In The Arts.
|£3,386||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Maguiresbridge Silver Band
The Group Provides Learning And Playing In A Brass Band. The Project Obtain Tuition And Equipment To Enable Continued Musical Development.
|£3,530||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||The Sergeant Walker Memorial Pipe Band
The Group Provides Training For Its Members And Participates In Local Events. The Project Will Train New Members In Pipe Music By Bringing In Professional Trainers.
|£2,800||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Bovalley Community Association
The group provides educational, social and recreational activities for the community in Limavady. The project will enable the group to hold a fund day, a youth programme and Christmas party.
|21 Dec 2005||Benview Community Group
The group provides social, health and educational activities for people in the Ballysillan area of North Belfast. The project is to provide Christmas activities for members of the group.
|21 Dec 2005||Cosy Club
The group advances and promotes educational and recreational activities for people over the age of 50, living in the Derry area. The project will provide a social programme for older people in the community over a one year period.
|21 Dec 2005||The Breffni Bridge Club
The group encourages participation in the past time of Bridge playing and provides social activities for people in the Newry area. The project will provide training for members, purchase necessary equipment to encourage Bridge playing and provide equipme
|21 Dec 2005||Grange Residents Association
The group provides social and recreational activities for adults, a homework club and a summer camp for young people and run an annual fun day for the local community. The project bring the community together to participate in a range of activities incl
|21 Dec 2005||Balloo Heritage, Community and Cultural Society
The group promotes community activities, civic pride and the appreciation of local history, for people living in and around the Balloo ward of Antrim. The grant will produce a community action plan and strategy.
|21 Dec 2005||Clogher Carers Group
The group provides an emotional and social support mechanism for carers of old people and people with disabilities or ill health. The project is to organise a weekend respite break for carers and host an entertainment evening for other carer groups from t
|21 Dec 2005||Little Stars Parent and Toddler Group
The group provides play facilities to young chidren and support to parents. The project is to purchase toys and equipment.
|21 Dec 2005||Brookeborough Residents Group
The group offers inter agencies services services to deal with issues identified in the community audit. The project is to expand the group's activities by providing social activities for the local community and purchasing furniture.
|21 Dec 2005||Magherally Rural Association
The group provides social, recreational and educational activities for its community in the Banbridge Council area. The project will deliver a programme of activities including seasonal craft classes, computer training, history evenings and provide equip
|21 Dec 2005||Macosquin Cultural & Regeneration Group
The group provides a range of activities for its community and promotes the Ulster Scots culture, in and around Garvagh. The project will deliver a planned programme of activities promoting the Ulster Scots heritage and culture.
|21 Dec 2005||Moyle Vision
The group provides social contact for the blind and visually impaired people through a range of activities. The project will allow members to enjoy a series of outings and a short activity weekend.
|21 Dec 2005||Garvagh & District Community Association
The group holds monthly old time dances, concerts, and recreational activities. The project will allow the group to hold a range of activities by creating parking facilities and a sports pitch for the local community.
|21 Dec 2005||Lisburn And District Scout Council
The group promotes and develops young people through structured training and activities. The project will provide a celebration of 90 years of cub scouts worldwide for young people living in the Lisburn City and District areas.
|21 Dec 2005||Federation of Womens Institute - Castlederg
The group pormotes and organises activities for women in the Castlederg area of County Tyrone. The project will bring together all ages in its community to celebrate the institute's golden anniversary, in Castlederg.
|21 Dec 2005||Dunamoney Flute Band
The band teaches music to young people and attend festivals and parades. The project will bring older and younger people and members of the Lithuanian and Czech Republic communities together to celebrate Christmas by holding a party.
|21 Dec 2005||Happy Hours Club
The group provides facilities to improve the mental and physical health of older people living in the Rathfriland area. The project will provide a fortnightly opportunity for older people to get together through social activities.
|21 Dec 2005||Ballyroney Rural Development Group
The group provides social, educational and recreational support for its community in Banbridge. The project will provide Christmas dinner including entertainment, and also a day time arts based programme for senior citizens.
|21 Dec 2005||Catholic Guides of Ireland - St Catherines Unit
The group provides social, educational and recreational development for young women and girls, in the Newry area. The project will enable the group to provide a dynamic programme for the development of girls and the group's leaders through a series of pl
|21 Dec 2005||Drumgor Detached Youth Work Project
The group provides a detached youth work project to the Brownlow area of Craigavon aimed at local young people between the ages of 10 and 18 years. The project is to purchase electronic equipment and furniture for personal and social development programme
|21 Dec 2005||Quarry Row Area Community Association
The group provides educational, environmental and recreational activites for the Quarry Row Area of Co Armagh. The project will enable the group to organise various trips and events including an educational day trip and Easter and Halloween events to enc
|21 Dec 2005||Callan Community Association
The group provides social, educational and health activities for the people of the Callan Sreet area of Armagh. The project is to refurbish community flats for recreational and educational purposes.
|21 Dec 2005||Audiences Northern Ireland
This group supports arts and cultural organisations to develop and diversify its audiences. The project is to determine in the level of interest in accessible arts events for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
|21 Dec 2005||Benraw Rural Community Association
The group provides facilities, educational and recreational programmes for the wider community. The project will improve the quality of life for all who attend, by offering safe kitchen facilities, thereby reducing the pressures, which is often felt by c
|21 Dec 2005||Drumaroad Community Regeneration
The group advances education and provides facilities of a social nature for its community in the Drumaroad area of Castlewellan. The project will inform the community of the groups activities, through the production of two newsletters.
|21 Dec 2005||Glencolin Residents Association
The group provides a number of services and activities for the local community. The project is to develop existing services and encourage the community to avail of the services and activities offered.
|21 Dec 2005||Rath Mor 50+ Club
The group provides recreational and educational activities for older people. The project is to provide a range of social, recreational and educational activities for older people in the Creggan area of Derry.
|21 Dec 2005||Ashmount Community Association
The group aims to advance education, provide facilities of a social and recreational nature, for its community in East Belfast. The project will provide start up costs for its newly acquired premises and provide activities aimed at increasing social incl
|21 Dec 2005||1st Tyrone Scout Unit
The group provides a range of educational, social and recreational development and learning for young people. The project will refurbish the group's leased hall including providing safe outdoor surface, new kitchen and toilet upgrade.
|21 Dec 2005||The Blair Mayne Research Society
The group aims to remember those who fought for the Crown by holding field trips for families and ex service men. The project will give people the opportunity to broaden their knowledge on service men and their roles from 1690 to 1953 by attending exhibi
|21 Dec 2005||27th Belfast Scout Group
The group is a non-formal independent branch of Scouting Ireland which aims to support and develop young people. The project will develop activities offered to young people through the purchase of new and additional equipment.
|21 Dec 2005||The Thursday Senior Citizen Club
This group holds tea dances, bingo, craftwork and line dancing. The project will enable 30 older people to attend a trip to Blackpool in September 2006.
|21 Dec 2005||Windyhall Community Association
The group advances education and provides facilities for its community in the Windyhall area of the City of Derry. The project will deliver a series of events in the summer 2006, especially aimed at younger people.
|21 Dec 2005||Down and Connor Diocesan Youth Trust
The group advances the spiritual, religious, educational, social and recreational needs of children and young people. The project will develop a strategic plan for the group's full time and part time youth centres, to develop its services.
|21 Dec 2005||Shopmobility Lisburn
The group provides support and accessible transport to people who are less abled, living in and around the Lisburn City area. The funding will purchase a secure storage shed to house the groups mobility scooters and wheelchairs, outside Sprucefield shopp
|21 Dec 2005||Ballywalter Cultural and Social Issues Initiative
This group holds community events to respond to social issues impacting on the local community. The project will enable the group to plan for the future by holding a strategy day.
|21 Dec 2005||Down Armagh Rural Transport Partnership
The organisation provides community transport, driver training and transport advice and information in Craigavon and Banbridge. The grant will be used to buy two new replacement minibuses.
|21 Dec 2005||Ballymena Community Forum
This project will help develop the confidence and skills of local young people to enable them to make a difference in their own communities. It will help them to interact with older people and increase their skills.
|21 Dec 2005||British Deaf Association
This project will promote deaf culture throughout Northern Ireland by increasing the number of qualified Sign Languages assessors and tutors. Sign Lanaguage classes will be provided for the hearing community resulting in deaf people having improved acces
|21 Dec 2005||British Deaf Association
The grant will be used to deliver vital health information to members of the Deaf community, which is currently not provided. This will be done via NI-wide information sessions using the medium of British and Irish Sign Language enabling deaf people to t
|21 Dec 2005||Community Development Learning Initiative
The project will provide support, information and advice to community activists and community and voluntary groups in Derry and Strabane. This will include a range of accredited training courses, such as facilitation skills, child protection, disability
|21 Dec 2005||Omagh Ethnic Communities Support Group
The grant will allow the group to enhance the quality of life for ethnic minority community groups living in the Omagh area by developing services and offering support to members including signposting, assisting with form filling, offering advice, providi
|21 Dec 2005||Kidzone
The project will provide an after schools service for 25 children aged 4-11. As well as providing a safe and stimulating evnironment for the children, the project will enable parents to seek employment, training and education opportunties. Kidzone also
|21 Dec 2005||Tar Isteach
This grant will provide advice, information, counselling and youth srvices as well as training and education programmes.
|21 Dec 2005||Lifestart Mid Ards
The organisation provides a free, home based child development programme for parents up to the age of five living within the Lower Ards Peninsula area. The project will enable the organisation to continue and expand its current child development programm
|21 Dec 2005||Hilltop and Glenluce Care Ltd
This project will provide an advocacy, respite, gardening and home maintenance service for older people, disabled people and their carers in the Knocknagoney, Garnerville, Orchard and Henderson Court areas of East Belfast.
|21 Dec 2005||Down District Citizens' Advice Bureau
The grant will help the group continue to provide independent money advice and tribunal representation to people throughout the Down District Council area. It will also carry out preventative work by providing financial planning advice and will raise awa
|21 Dec 2005||Community Change
The Community Change project workers will call out to speak to community groups on the ground to ensure they are well managed and have a clear vision for meeting their arms and objectives.
|21 Dec 2005||Corpus Christi Services
This project will provide a co-ordinated home visits scheme for older and housebound people in west Belfast.
|21 Dec 2005||The Derry Childrens Commission
This development project will enable the organisation to continue to promote the rights of children and young people and ensure that their views are represented in local policy formation, planning and decision-making processes.
|21 Dec 2005||Bridge Accessible Transport
The project will provide accessible transport services and equipment to people with mobility difficuliteis in Derryarea who are visiting Foyleside Shopping Centre in increase their independence, improve their self-confidence and reduce social exclusion.
|21 Dec 2005||Muscular Dystrophy Group of Great Britian and Northern Irela
The regional care prject will advise and support people with neuromuscular conditions and their families through one to onces, an information line, information sessions and liaison with relevant statutory bodies.
|21 Dec 2005||Community Foundation for Northern Ireland
This project will support the Youthback young grant makers across Northern Ireland. These peer-led organisations will provide grants to run drug awareness, a sexual health DVD for work in schools and a beach cleaning projects on the north Antrim Coast.
|21 Dec 2005||Omagh Womens Aid
This project will offer creche facilities to children affected by domestic violence and domestic violence awareness raising programmes to children and young people.
|21 Dec 2005||Galliagh Community Development Group
The project will enable Galliagh Community Development Group to continue to provide their advice, information and advocacy services to the local population for another two years.
|21 Dec 2005||Youthlife
This grant will enable the group to provide a counselling service, a grief resolution programme, residential weekends, a homework club, a social activity programme, a drop-in service and structured personal development training programmes to young people
|21 Dec 2005||Kidzone
The project will provide a playgroup fo 24 children, five days a week, for children aged 3 and 4. The playgroup aims to develop children's initiative, decision-making skills and problem solving as well as benefiting parents of these children, by enabling
|21 Dec 2005||Cancer Choices
Cancer Choices is an independent, patient led, self-help support charity, helping people affected by cancer. The project will provide a number of services for cancer patients, their families, and/or carer, including a 24 hour helpline, befriending servic
|21 Dec 2005||Ardmonagh Family & Community Group Limited
The 'Good Morning Upper Springfield' project will provide a telephone alert service for older people and the housebound in the Upper Springfield area of Belfast.
|21 Dec 2005||Reconciliation Education and Community Training
This project will empower marginalised young people to make their own choices and create new opportunities. Long term, the project will give young people a voice, allow them to determine and influence their own futures in a positive way, and reduce the i
|21 Dec 2005||Jack & Jill Community Playgroup
This project will bring together parents and carers from both side of the divide together to socialise and get to know each other. The grant will also be used to develop the children's educational, creative and social skills through play.
|21 Dec 2005||Youth Hostel Association of Northern Ireland
This project will enable young people to build friendships across all sections of the community, expecially those who are recognised as the most disadvantaged. This will include those at risk of offending, victims of the troubles and disabled young peopl
|21 Dec 2005||Headliners (UK)
The 'real to reel' project will deliver a range of personal development programmes to young people using radio as a vehicle for participation and expression.
|21 Dec 2005||Dyslexia & Dyspraxia Support D.A.D.S.
The project will enable the group to provide a homework club, advocacy services and individual tailored therapy programmes for people with learning difficulties.
|21 Dec 2005||Foyle Connect Ltd
The grant will allow the group to expand the community transport service that caters for people in rural areas of Derry.
|21 Dec 2005||Colin Glen Trust
The grant will support the on-going volunteering programme that the project is involved in. In particular the grant will be used to target more of the long-terms unemployed people in the Colin area to carry out land-based environmental projects
|21 Dec 2005||Hillcrest House (Top of the Hill) Ltd
The project will provide a volunteer led support scheme through a visiting and day care service for older people or their carers.
|21 Dec 2005||Indian Community Centre (Belfast) Ltd
The Indian Community Centre Works To Improve The Lives Of The Indian Community In Northern Ireland, Providing An Information And Advice Service, Advocacy Service, Community Development Initiatives, Anti-Racism Training, Immigration Advice, A Luncheon Club
|21 Dec 2005||Upper Springfield Development Company Ltd
Upper Springfield Development Company Limited Provides Educational, Training, Employment And Economic Opportunities For The Inhabitants Of The Upper Springfield Area Of Belfast. The Project Is To Promote The Inclusion Of Individuals With Learning, Physic
|21 Dec 2005||Pomeroy Resource Limited
Pomeroy Resource Limited provides community activities for the local community to encourage community interaction and participation. The project is to renovate and refurbish the premises used by Pomeroy Resource Limited, by providing increased space for
|21 Dec 2005||Aughakillymaude Community Association
The Group Provides Social, Educational And Health Related Activities For Its Members. The Project Will Enable The Group To Increase Their Knowledge And Activity About Mumming Rituals.
|£4,996||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Ulster Scots Cultural Development Society
The Group Provides A Local Educational Outlet And Facilitates The Examination, Exploration And Appreciation Of Ulster Scottish History Heritage And Culture. The Project Will Promote History To Encourage Mutual Understanding From All In The Community, By
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Edenderry Cultural and Historical Society
The Group Promotes Awareness Of The History, Folklore And Cultural Heritage Of The Area. The Project Will Encourage Acceptance, Understanding And Appreciation Of The Cultural Diversity Of The Area, Through Recording Historical Information Relating To Ede
|£4,970||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Garvagh Museum Limited
The Group Advances Education, Promotes Access To Historical Exhibitions And Promotes The Acquisition And Preservation Of Artefacts Of Historical Importance, Through The Garvagh Museum. The Project Will Increase Access To The Museum Through The Creation O
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Ballygawley Local History Group
The Group Promotes And Develops The Interest In The History Of Ballygawley And Its Hinterland. The Project Will Produce A Publication Based On Recent Research And Local Talks That Have Been Held Between 1998-2003.
|£1,467||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Holy Family Youth Centre
Birds in the Park
|£24,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Friends of Carlisle House
The group provides help and support to people who are recovering from an addictive illness and offers members an opportunity to soicalise in a dug and alcohol free environment. The project will provide diversionary activities to assist the members to ret
|£3,285||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Greater Village Regeneration Trust
The group galvanises local efforts to articulate and deliver sustainable regeneration in the local community. The project is a diverse health and fitness programme for 50 women from Windsor Womens Centre and Sandy Row Community Centre.
|£4,489||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Whitecity Community Development Association
The group provides a range of activities focusing on stress, trauma, holistic health and counselling for women. The project is to organise a 12 week holistic health and activity programme.
|£3,878||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Carcullion House Senior Citizens Association
The group provides a social outlet and offers recreational programmes for older people from the local community. The project is to organise a range of activities such as dance, crafts and computer classes for older people.
|£3,650||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Crimson Flag Association
The group organises educational and social events promoting the culture and heritage of the Apprentice Boys of Derry (ABOD) Clubs. The project is to organise a number of educational trips and lectures as well as purchasing computer equipment.
|£4,206||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Belfast City Council
Belfast Waterfront Hall provides a venue for conferences, entertainment, school outreach and visual arts. The project is to deliver a short film, targeting youth and cultural groups
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Dec 2005||Inner City South Belfast Sure Start
The group offers parenting activities and programmes for parents and young children. The project is to organise a 12 week holistic health and well being programme at LA Fitness for women in the south Belfast area.
|£4,398||New Opportunities Fund|