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|3 Oct 2001||McCalmont School Of Irish Dancing
The Group Provides Children And Young People With An Opportunity To Participate In Irish Dancing, Obtain Additional Training And Compete With Other Groups. The Project Is To Obtain Additional Costumes.Venue Hire, Costumes, Trophies And A Cd Player.
|£600||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|3 Oct 2001||Caddy & District Community Group
The group provides a range of activities and cultural events for local residents, including fun-days, bus trips and educational courses. The project will enable the group to promote the traditional music of the lambeg drum.Drum skins, brace hoops, ropes
|£4,894||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|3 Oct 2001||Association for Art and Design Education
The Group Provide Links & Resources For Teachers, Students And Members Of The Public In Order To Widen The Understanding And Appreciation Of The Visual Arts. The Project Will Enable The Group To Design 3 Broadsheets Each Reporting On A Different Craft Wo
|£1,680||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|3 Oct 2001||Afasic
The group offer support to children with communication disabilities, their families, carers and other professionals. The project will enable the group to provide activities and set up in Ballymena.Publicity information, teambuilding events and the install
|3 Oct 2001||Antrim Community Safety Committee
The aim of the centre is to provide relevant and up to date substance misuse information and education together with professional counselling support to young people aged 16-26, they wish to produce a CD rom business card which is to be used for the provi
|3 Oct 2001||Toome Association of Community Groups
The group liaise with local government bodies in order to raise awareness of issues which affect local residents, including housing, road safety and crime etc. The project will enable the group to equip and furnish a new community facility.Stacking chair
|2 Oct 2001||Muckamore Abbey Hospital
Upgrade of swimming pool and changing provision
|£100,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|18 Sep 2001||Ulster Squash
|£5,160||Sport Northern Ireland|
|6 Sep 2001||Rehability
Rehability Is A Voluntary Organisation Whose Aims Are To Provide For The Social, Recreational And Welfare Needs Of Adults From A Broad Radius With The Antrim Borough Who Suffer From Long Term Mental Illness And Live Outside Of A Hospital Environment.This
|22 Aug 2001||Antrim Parents in Contact
This Group Is Established To Promote The Needs Of Disabled Children In The Antrim Area And They Wish To Hold A Weekly Crafts And Arts Class With A Qualified Instructor For The Children And Parents.
|£4,360||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|22 Aug 2001||Adoption UK
This group advances the education of the public about legal adoption and promotes the care/welfare of potential and existing adopted children - they plan to train 4 existing and 7 new volunteers.Training conference expenses, travel expenses for facilitato
|22 Aug 2001||Crumlin Playgroup Two
The group provides pre-school care for children. The project will enable the group to purchase new & more stimulating play equipment.A range of play equipment, television, video, educational video tapes and play mats.
|22 Aug 2001||Creggan and District Community Development Association
This new group (Sep 2000) promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Creggan and District area and they wish to set up an office base and provide assistance in running a youth activity week at the end of August 2001.Computer, printer, scanner, desks,
|22 Aug 2001||Templepatrick Cricket Club
This Group Promotes And Plays The Game Of Cricket In The Templepatrick Area Of Randalstown And They Wish To Purchase A Cricket Bowling Machine, Developing Skills Amongst The Club, Especially For Young Members.Purchase Of A Circket Bowling Machine.
|£1,755||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Aug 2001||Randalstown United Football Club
The Group Provides Young People In The Area With The Opportunity To Participate In Weekly Football Training Sessions And Participate In Competitive Matches. The Project Will Enable The Group To Provide Training By A Professional Football Coach.Training F
|£600||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Jul 2001||Antrim Reminiscence Group
This Reminiscence Group Wish To Work With Circus Specktacky, To Develop A Circus Performance That Utilizes Life Experiences. The Award Will Pay For Theatre Hire And Performance Charges, Circus Spectacky Fees, Transport, Refreshments, Documentation, Props
|£4,607||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Jul 2001||Templepatrick Alexandra Football Club
The Group Provides Children Aged Between 9 And 14 With The Opportunity To Participate In Organised Training And Competitive Football. They Will Buy Mini Goal Posts, Kits For A New Under 10 Team And Team Equipment With The Money Awarded.
|£2,449||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Jul 2001||Tir Na Nog Camogie Club
The Group Teached Young Gilrs To Play Camogie. The Award Will Pay For Coach Hire For Four Days, Camogie Sticks, Balls, Helmets, Markers And Bibs.
|£2,700||Sport Northern Ireland|
|25 Jun 2001||Antrim Chinese Community Development Association
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 5-14 in Antrim.
|£24,480||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2001||Ballycraigy & Environs Development Association
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 5-11 years old in Antrim.
|£42,485||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jun 2001||St Joseph's Bowling Club
This bowling club encourages young and less abled people to participate in events. With their award they will purchase more bowling equipment to attract wider participation.
|£2,400||Sport Northern Ireland|
|30 May 2001||Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre
|£4,200||Sport Northern Ireland|
|30 May 2001||Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre
|£4,200||Sport Northern Ireland|
|26 Apr 2001||Ballycraigy & Environs Development Association
This group runs a mother and toddler group, youth club, youth advice centre, advice information centre, after schools club. The money awarded will pay for office equipment, heating and cooking facilities and an alarm system.
|26 Apr 2001||Toomebridge & District Womens Group
The group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Toomebridge area.Refurbishment including heating, lighting, kitchen equipment and furniture.
|26 Apr 2001||Springfarm Self Help Group
The group works at improving the quality of life for the residents of Springfarm with the emphasis on single parents by taking a holistic approach to overcome barriers experienced by socially excluded groups.
|26 Apr 2001||Rathenraw Community Association
The group promotes the benefit of the inhavitants of Rathenraw, assist in promoting and carrying out research, surveys and investigations and publish the useful results, organise or assist in organising meetings. Computers (4), laser, injet printer.
|26 Apr 2001||St Vincent De Paul - St Comgall's Conference
The group give assistance to those in need including help with food, furniture and day to day needs.
|26 Apr 2001||Antrim Chinese Community Development Association
The group provides communal focus for the Chinese community in the Antrim area.
|28 Mar 2001||Age Concern Antrim Branch
The group provides social, recreational and support services for older people in the Antrim area. The money awarded will go towards a health promotion project and outings.
|28 Mar 2001||Antrim Independent Chest, Heart and Stroke Club
This group provides recreational and social activities for people who have suffered strokes in the Antrim area. They money awarded will pay for a respite holiday including travel, accommodation and volunteer expenses.
|28 Mar 2001||1st Randalstown Scout Group
This group provides social, educational and development opportunities for young people in the Randalstown area. The grant will allow the group to purchase six kayaks.
|28 Mar 2001||St Comgalls Senior Citizens Club
The group provides social and recreational activities for older people. They will pay for trips - including travel, meals and admission fees - with the money awarded.
|22 Mar 2001||Cycling Ulster
|£11,200||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Mar 2001||Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre
|£7,216||Sport Northern Ireland|
|15 Mar 2001||Hearth Housing Association
Castle Upton - Gate Lodge
|£151,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Feb 2001||Stiles Community Asociation
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-11 years old in County Antrim.
|£38,973||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Jan 2001||Greystone Residents Association
This group provides educational and recreational activities for the residents of Greystone Estate in Antrim. The grant will cover the set up costs for an internet cafe including computers, training, line rental and office insurance costs.
|31 Dec 2000||Yoga Fellowship of NI
"To encourage the study & participate Yoga in N.I. & to provide training for teachers who are involved in cross - community activities mainly in day and evening classes. Classes for handicapped participants, working with heart, chest & stroke patients."
|£3,170||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2000||Crumlin Development Association
The Crumlin Mapping Project
|£10,547||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|1 Dec 2000||Stiles Community Asociation
This group provides community activities to improve facilities, recreation and social welfare of the local people. The grant will pay for refurbishment of two community houses including new floorings, security grills, kitchen utensils and table.
|24 Nov 2000||Youth Sport North East
To provide sporting opportunities in rural areas where there are very few facilities in schools. The project will be divided into three regions. Each region will have a regional coach development officer to deliver the programme, establish junior clubs &
|£180,999||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Nov 2000||North Eastern Education & Library Board
Talented Junior Development Plan
|£60,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|28 Sep 2000||Arthritis Care
This project will develop the capacity of Arthritis Care Northern Ireland. The grant, over three years, is for a salary, training costs, volunteer costs, travel, running costs and office equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Alan Liddle, Antrim Towns Development Co Ltd
|£310,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Sep 2000||NI Orienteering Association
Purchase of equipment
|£13,467||Sport Northern Ireland|
|25 Jul 2000||Crumlin & District Angling Club
Construction of fish pass at Mairs Waterfall on the Crumlin River.
|£50,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|14 Jun 2000||Home - Start Antrim District
The Antrim branch of Home -Start will equip and refurbish new premises through this funding which will enable them to offer training courses, establish a drop-in facility, a playroom and a crhche, and to provide support through home visits. The grant, ove
|1 Jun 2000||Steeple Community Association
The group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Steeple area in County Antrim. The group will purchase office equipment, a security system and general office stationery.
|1 Jun 2000||Royal British Legion - Randalstown Branch
This group provides support to friends and family of disabled ex-service personnel. The grant will pay for costs towards the design and development of a cross-community memorial garden in Randalstown.
|1 Jun 2000||1st Randalstown Scout Group
This group promotes the development of young people in achieving their full potential. The grant will pay for activities at a summer camp.
|1 Jun 2000||1st Randalstown Scout Group
This group promotes the development of young people to achieve their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials. The grant will allow this group to organise and run a festival for scouts and girl guides in the Randalstown area in celebra
|25 May 2000||Ballydonaghy Pipe Band
Access - Rural Music Education project
|£5,318||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Apr 2000||DTI - Individuals
DTI - Individuals
|£7,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|16 Mar 2000||I B School for Holistic Therapies
This group provides education and training in holistic therapies providing a support network and facilities. The grant will pay for treatment couches, chairs, trolleys, screens and linen.
|16 Mar 2000||St Comgalls Senior Citizens Club
This group provides social and recreational activities for senior citizens in the Dublin Road area of Antrim. The grant will pay for travel costs for educational trips, including meals and admission fees.
|16 Mar 2000||Antrim Stroke Club
This group provides social and educational support and advice for chest, heart and stroke sufferers in the Antrim area. The grant will pay for a respite break to the Share centre and volunteer expenses.
|9 Mar 2000||Parkhall Youth & Community Club
This Group Provides Recreational, Training, Social, Personal Development And Skills Training. The Grant Will Support The Group To Host A Nine Day Programme Of Events Involving Sports And Arts Activities Culminating In An Exhibition And Festival. This Is A
|25 Feb 2000||Randalstown Arches' Association Ltd
The provision of an office base for the operation of Randalstown Arches as well as a community space (for meetings/training) for the benefit of the Randalstown community. This project forms part of a larger project comprising retail outlets and accomod
|14 Feb 2000||Antrim Community Forum
This group provides a forum for discussion, sharing resources, policy development and assists communities in developing local based strategies. The grant will pay for office equipment.
|14 Feb 2000||Randalstown Parent and Toddler Group
This group provides a support group for women in the area. The grant will pay for wages for part-timers to help out over a six month period with crafts and also kitchen duties. The grant will also provide three educational trips.
|14 Feb 2000||Randalstown Community Playgroup
This playgroup will use the grant to pay for new play equipment and storage in a playroom.
|28 Jan 2000||Antrim Towns Development Company Ltd
This Group Aims To Rejuvenate Antrim Towns And Villages In Partnership With The Statutory And Voluntary Bodies. This Is An Environmental Project Involving The Interpetation Of The History Of Antrim Town Via An Artistic Pictorial Timeline. The Local Commun
|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.
|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||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
|19 Oct 1999||1st Randalstown Scout Group
This group promotes the development of young people. The grant will pay for repair work and the fitting of seat belts to the group's minibus.
|19 Oct 1999||Greystone Residents Association
This group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Greystone Estate in the Antrim area. The grant will help pay for refurbishment costs in the group's newly secured premises.
|23 Sep 1999||Antrim Friendship Club
This Group Provides Friendship, Activities And Outings For Senior Citizens. The Grant Will Help Provide Reminiscing Sessions To Be Held Between 15th September 1999 And 31st March 2000 Whereafter They Will Produce An Educational Booklet Which Will Provide
|23 Sep 1999||Antrim Borough Chamber of Commerce
This Group Provides Services To Members Including Business Networking Opportunities, Training And Education; Lobbying Central And Local Government On Economic Issues Affecting The Antrim Area. The Grant Will Assist The Group In Providing Economic/Busines
|23 Sep 1999||Randalstown Chamber of Trade
This Group Promotes Growth And Development, Community And Rural Regeneration, Events And Activities With The Aim Of Fostering Good Cross Community Relations And Involvement By All. The Grant Will Support A New Year'S Eve Cross-Community Millennium Festiva
|22 Sep 1999||Randalstown Arches Association
Randalstown Townscape Heritage Initiative
|£500,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Sep 1999||Templepatrick and Donegore Millennium Project Group
Templepatrick & Donegore; Old Shoots, New Roots
|£3,007||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Sep 1999||Randlestown Historical Society
Making Sense of the Census
|£3,290||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Sep 1999||NI Orienteering Association
Course development and mapping
|£100,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|1 Jul 1999||North Eastern Education & Library Board
"To arrange sporting activities and competitions for children ages 11-16, throughout the year. The athletics is run in the area, heats and final, the cross-country and the swimming gala are run as one event each"
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|1 Jul 1999||Antrim Boat Club
Millennium Community Awards Scheme
|£1,250||Sport Northern Ireland|
|4 Jun 1999||Family Caring Centre
The project will fund a full-time office manager and part-time fundraiser in order to develop more structured administrative systems and ensure longer term sustainability for the organisation and its services, for the benefit of families living in Rathenr
|20 May 1999||Crumlin Playgroup Two
This group provides pre-school education and the grant is for a photocopier and 6 months salary for 1 supervisor and 2 assistants.
|20 May 1999||Antrim Parents in Contact
This group promotes the needs of disabled children in Antrim. The grant will pay for computer equipment, a fax machine as well as outing and travel expenses.
|20 May 1999||St Comgalls Senior Citizens Club
This group provides entertainment and comradeship for senior citizens in the area. The grant will pay for two trips for fifty-two pensioners.
|20 May 1999||Dublin Road Community Association
This group promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of the Dublin Road and their environment. The grant will pay for office and computer equipment, insurance and security equipment.
|7 Apr 1999||Antrim Independent Chest, Heart and Stroke Club
This group supports those suffering from chest, heart and stroke related illnesses. The grant is for a holiday at the Share Village and recreational equipment.
|7 Apr 1999||Stiles Community Asociation
This group works to improve facilities and social welfare. The grant is for office refurbishment, equipment and entertainment costs.
|19 Mar 1999||Talnotry Avian Care Trust
This is an environmental project which will identify and develop opportunities for community involvement. The grant, over two years, is for the salary of a development worker, recruitment costs, administration, travel and production of materials.
|26 Jan 1999||Antrim Sports Advisory Association
Millennium Sports Camp
|£18,800||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Jan 1999||Drumraymond Community Project
This hall is used as a resource by the local community. The grant will pay for the installation of a new kitchen.
|21 Jan 1999||Townparks South Community Association
This group provides community facilities and educational opportunities for local residents and will use the grant to pay for an office.
|17 Dec 1998||Antrim Borough Council
Millennium Programme - 'Centreface', photographic project
|£16,062||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|23 Oct 1998||United Parishes of Templepatrick and Donegore
St John's Church, Donegore - Repairs
|£132,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Oct 1998||DTI - Individuals
DTI - Lifestyle
|£1,133||Sport Northern Ireland|
|25 Aug 1998||Antrim Borough Council
Antrim Town Wall Restoration
|£37,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Jun 1998||DTI - Individuals
|£409||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 May 1998||Musicians of Antrim District Development
Training for Music Development
|£68,985||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|21 May 1998||Duneane & Moneynick Primary Schools
Printing the Past
|£2,359||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|5 May 1998||DTI - Individuals
|£1,100||Sport Northern Ireland|
|2 Dec 1997||DTI - Individuals
DTi - Lifestyle
|£1,240||Sport Northern Ireland|
|12 Nov 1997||Irish Landmark Trust
Ballealy Cottage - Restoration
|£129,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Oct 1997||Ulster Squash
"Steven Richardson, John Dullaghan"
|£6,775||Sport Northern Ireland|
|29 Sep 1997||Naiscoil Chamlinne
An early years project providing pre-school education through the medium of Irish language. A cultural centre will be established to provide local people, especially the young, with access to Irish and Scots Gaelic. The grant, over three years, is for ref