50 matching grants found.
|5 Dec 2002||Staffordstown Accordion Band
|£16,875||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|5 Dec 2002||Burnside Accordion Band
|£19,157||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|4 Dec 2002||North Eastern Education and Library Board
This grant is extending the original Activities for Young People programme in the North Eastern Board area to allow pupils at an extra 12 schools to take part. This means that another 600 pupils at risk of exclusion from education can take part in a range
|£41,350||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Dec 2002||TAP Living Costs
Adrian Coates Living Costs
|£5,600||Sport Northern Ireland|
|20 Nov 2002||Antrim Parents in Contact
This Group Promotes The Needs Of Disabled Children In The Antrim Area And They Wish To Hold An Arts/Ceramics Class To Enable The Group To Develop Its Skills.
|£2,720||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 Nov 2002||Townparks South Community Association
This group, set up in August 2002, provides a range of services and organises activities for the local community. It wishes to purchase 3 computers and furniture in order to provide IT training and to hold 20 ceramics classes for local residents, particu
|20 Nov 2002||Greystone Residents Association
This residents association in Antrim wish to purchase computer equipment, sewing machines and pay for training costs.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Nov 2002||UK Atlantic Challenge Maritime Training Trust Northern Irela
Group (1999) Train Young People To Sail And Row As Well As Provide Training. The Group Wants To Facilitate Training For Young People In Northern Ireland To Participate In Events Throughout The Uk.
|£3,905||Sport Northern Ireland|
|14 Nov 2002||Antrim Borough Council
Refurbishment of 8 lane running track
|£300,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|1 Oct 2002||Rathenraw Controlled Integrated Primary School
Play Sport Co-ordinator & Outdoor Multi Sport Facility
|£138,822||Sport Northern Ireland|
|1 Oct 2002||UB Irish Triathlon Association
|£9,680||Sport Northern Ireland|
|30 Sep 2002||Arthritis Care
The project aims to develop the capacity of Arthritis Care to enable people with arthritis to learn and develop to have their needs met. Over 3 year the grant will be used to recruit, train and support five public policy and campaigning volunteers, runn
|25 Sep 2002||Antrim Rovers Football Club
The Group Provide Young People With An Opportunity To Participate In The Sport Of Football. The Project Is To Develop A Soccer Skills Centre In Antrim, Beginning With The Purchase Of Equipment, Training Of Coaches And Initial Tournament.
|£1,275||Sport Northern Ireland|
|25 Sep 2002||Randalstown United Football Club
The Group Provides Training In The Sport Of Football And Organises Competitive Games. The Project Is To Increase The Skills Of Young People Who Participate In The Sport.
|£600||Sport Northern Ireland|
|14 Aug 2002||Ulster Scots Cultural Development Trust
Group provide activities for the local community. The group want to celebrate the Golden Jubilee by holding a fun day, exhibition and the laying of a memorial tablet.
|11 Jul 2002||North Eastern Education and Library Board
This Youth Sport North East project will provide sporting opportunities targeted at socially deprived young people to improve their levels of self-esteem and self-confidence. Activities will include soccer, rugby, gaelic football, basketball, cricket, ten
|£215,014||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Stiles Community Asociation
Group promotes cross community activity eg youth clubs, parent and toddlers group and womens group. The group wants to provide new educational skills to the wider community.
|26 Jun 2002||Drumraymond Community Project
The group provide a range of activities for older people and children including outings and line dancing. The project is to refurbish the hall.
|26 Jun 2002||Age Concern Antrim Branch
The group provides a range of services to elderly people in the area including a drop-in centre, outings and information sessions. The project is to provide social activities and equipment for the group's usage.
|26 Jun 2002||Home Accident Prevention - Cookstown
The group exists to raise public awareness about saftey in the home in the Cookstown area. As a new group, it wishes to hold a launch event in order to publicise its existence and services offered.
|26 Jun 2002||St Olcans High School
The P.E. Department provides extra-curricular activities as well as delivering the P.E. curriculum. It wants to provide an outdoor basketball court for the use of pupils and the wider community.
|£2,740||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Antrim Hockey Club
The Group Provides People With An Opportunity To Participate In The Sport Of Hockey And Take Part In Competitive Games. The Project Will Enable The Group To Run A Hockey Tournament To Encourage New Membership.
|£751||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Jun 2002||Erins Own GAC
Construction of pitch3; Dev of training pitch with associated floodlighting
|£85,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|7 Jun 2002||North & West Belfast Health & Social Services Trust
History of Muckamore Abbey Hospital
|£10,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 May 2002||Rathenraw Youth Scheme
Access - 1 year Pilot
|£8,265||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|17 May 2002||Friends of Parkhall Primary School
This support group of Parkhall Primary School wish to organise and run a Jubilee project with school children based on drama, music and dance.
|£4,989||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 May 2002||St Comgalls Senior Citizens Club
The group provide older people with an opportunity to participate in social, recreational and educational activities. The project is to provide a series of outings.
|15 May 2002||Antrim Independent Chest, Heart and Stroke Club
The group provides sufferers to attend a range of social activities for example dinners, games and outings. The project is to enable the group provide a respite break and provide other social activities.
|15 May 2002||North East Sports Development Partnership
This board wish to run an international festival for children celebrating the Golden Jubilee on 10th May 2002.
|£4,900||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Apr 2002||Antrim Borough Council
Renovation & Extension of Clotworthy Arts Centre
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Apr 2002||Antrim Board Centre
To create a summer school for pupils with special educational needs across 26 schools in Antrim. Activities will include drama, music, dance, adventure activities, maths fun days, safaris and alternative sports.
|£49,196||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Apr 2002||Antrim District Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will provide services to individuals in the Antrim and District area seeking advice and counselling on money and debt issues through the employment of two new dedicated members of staff.
|27 Mar 2002||Stiles Youth Projects
Club provides football, table tennis, badminton and other activities for 5-18yr olds. The group wants to train young people to develop their ICT skills.
|27 Mar 2002||Ulster Scots Cultural Development Association
This group is established to provide an education resource and promote Ulster Scottish heritage in the Antrim area. It wishes to set up office facilities.
|27 Mar 2002||Burnside Orange Family Golden Jubilee Committee
This group is established to promote cultural confidence and education in celebration of the golden jubilee in the Burnside area of Antrim. It wishes to hold celebrations from 4th May - 31st December.
|27 Mar 2002||Musicians of Antrim District Development Group
The group aims to highlight community music to all section of the community enabling them to use music as a creative means of expression as well as holding concerts and giving training opportunities. The group want to hold a 6 week community workshop to
|27 Mar 2002||St. Josephs Primary School Antrim
It provides education for 5-11 yr olds and want to introduce basketball as part of their afterschool club.
|£1,756||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Mar 2002||Parkhall College
The school promotes the social and intellectual development of young people. The project will enable the school to hold various events over 3 days in celebration of the queen's golden jubilee.
|£1,570||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Mar 2002||M.G. Bowling Club
The Group Promote The Sport Of Bowling And Provide Social Activities For Members. The Project Is To Develop Existing Services Through The Provision Of Equipment To Expand The Group'S Junior Section And Attract Disabled Members.
|£1,770||Sport Northern Ireland|
|12 Mar 2002||Waveney Community Limited
Children aged four to nine will enjoy a ten-day summer scheme programme with a health and safety theme which aims to make them aware of dangers in the home and on the street, as well as promoting physical exercise and developing self-confidence. Local pol
|£2,969||New Opportunities Fund|
|12 Mar 2002||North Eastern
Soccer, art, golf and archery are among the many activities this varied programme will make available to young people through a nine-element project designed to offer positive learning experiences through a broader subject base than that offered through s
|£122,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Feb 2002||Belfast Inst. of Further & H.Education
Belfast Inst. of Further & H.Education
|£68,970||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Feb 2002||Family Caring Centre
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-13 years old in Antrim, Northern Ireland.
|£54,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Feb 2002||Tiny Tots Pre-School Centre
The group provide services for the social and educational development of children. The project will enable the group to purchase new play equipment.
|6 Feb 2002||Creggan Primary School
This school aims to develop skills in young people through training in water activities.
|£1,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jan 2002||Rathenraw Youth Scheme
The group provide a youth cluband organise a series of outings for children and young people. The project is to take the youth club leaders on a weekend residential to increase their level of skill when dealing with young people.
|2 Jan 2002||Springfarm & District Community Association
This group runs various activities for its members, encouraging participation in various programmes targeting single parent families. They wish to redecorate and refurbish newly acquired premises.
|2 Jan 2002||Springfarm Community House Mother & Toddler Group
The group provides a safe and stimulating childcare facility, that develops the children socially and intellectually. The project willl enable the group to purchase educational play equipment.
|2 Jan 2002||Antrim Community Forum
Antrim Community Forum provide a forum for community associations and voluntary groups to work together and provide support for each other. The Group aims to provide soccer training for 90 children over a 5 week period which will develop their skills, hea
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Jan 2002||North East Sports Development Partnership
The group organise a range of sporting events for pupils. The project will challenge pupils of each school to collectively walk/jog/swim/cycle 2002 miles.
|£2,938||New Opportunities Fund|