Lottery grants awarded to Antrim in 2003

27 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
16 Oct 2003 Toome Industrial Dev. Amenities & Leisure

Toome Gateway Public Art Scheme

£41,183 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Oct 2003 North Eastern Education & Library Board

Creative Youth Partnerships

£89,546 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2003 Stiles Community Asociation

This group provides facilities for education and offers recreational activities. The award will allow them to run woodwork and creative arts classes.

£4,082 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2003 St. Ergnat's Accordian Band

The band gives instruction in accordian and drums to the local community. The award will allow this group to provide additional music instruction to children and young people.

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2003 Steeple Community Association

This group promotes education and social advancement to improve the quality of life in the local community.. The project will provide an IT learning centre, offering IT training for local residents.

£5,000 Community Fund
6 Oct 2003 Friends of the Somme Association (Antrim)

This Group Undertakes Research And Produces Publications About The Battle Of The Somme With A Long Term Aim To Establish A Centre Of Studies. The Project Is To Undertake A Series Of Seminars And To Write, Publish And Promote A Leaflet For The Local Commu

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Oct 2003 Muckamore Pre-school Playgroup

The playgroup provides pre-school education for children in the Muckamore area of Antrim. The award will go towards an outdoor safety surface and sensory garden for the playgroup.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
6 Oct 2003 The RSPB, Antrim Local Group

The group provides education in field ornithology through lectures and outdoor field study trips. The award will allow the group to purchase new equipment to enable it to give illustrated talks to schools and other interested groups.

£3,906 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 2003 Toome Industrial Dev. Amenities & Leisure

Environmental Improvement Scheme

£5,967 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Sep 2003 Antrim Borough Council

Exhibition of contemporary craft from Finland.

£10,280 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
18 Jul 2003 Antrim Reminiscence Group

This Group Encourages And Promotes An Interest In Reviewing And Researching Members' Life Experiences And Cultural Differences. The Project Is To Develop A Drama Production.

£3,953 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
18 Jul 2003 Antrim Independent Chest, Heart and Stroke Club

This group provides activities such as indoor bowls, cards, board games and social events. The project is to provide members with a respite break to Newcastle. Funding will also allow the group to hold a Christmas dinner and provide a wheelchair to enab

£5,000 Community Fund
18 Jul 2003 Antrim Community Development Association

This group provides a range of support services for the local community. The project is to refurbish a room for community use.

£5,000 Community Fund
18 Jul 2003 Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary

The group aims to relieve the suffering and distress of animals in need of care and protection and advances the education of the general public in proper care of animals. The project is a Saturday Club to educate young children.

£1,850 New Opportunities Fund
30 Jun 2003 Musicians of Antrim District Development

MADD has evolved into a multi-faceted regional development organisation, focusing on access to community music education

£37,481 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
18 Jun 2003 Antrim Lawn Bowling Club

Provision of a floodlit synthetic bowling green

£67,000 Sport Northern Ireland
2 Jun 2003 St Comgalls Senior Citizens Club

This senior citizens club provide social, recreational and stimulative activities for older people in the Antrim area. The grant will pay for 2 educational trips.

£2,000 Community Fund
8 May 2003 Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre

Eugene Laverty

£7,320 Sport Northern Ireland
9 Apr 2003 St Vincent De Paul - St Comgall's Conference

This branch of SVDP in the Antrim area, an organisation established to help those in need, wish to organise a range of social activities for its members.

£1,845 Community Fund
18 Mar 2003 Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre

Michael Laverty

£18,400 Sport Northern Ireland
18 Mar 2003 Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre

John Laverty

£15,200 Sport Northern Ireland
12 Mar 2003 Ahoghill Community Early Years Project

This group provides curriculum-based pre-school education for under 5's in the Ahoghill area. The project is to establish the group properly by purchasing outdoor and indoor play equipment and furniture.

£5,000 Community Fund
12 Mar 2003 Burnside Ulster Scots Society

This group promotes the Ulster Scots history and heritage and provides a local educational resource in the Burnside area. It wishes to install a stair lift and floodlighting in a hall it leases.

£4,683 Community Fund
5 Mar 2003 Muckamore Community Centre Indoor Bowling Club

The Group Encourages People To Participate In The Sport Of Bowls Especially Older People And People With Disabilities. The Project Is To Purchase Essential Equipment To Enable The Group To Continue To Operate Their Bowling Sessions.

£540 Sport Northern Ireland
15 Jan 2003 Ardan Theatre Group

Group Provide Drama Workshops And Stage Regular Productions. The Group Wants To Build Self Esteem And Confidence By Providing Its Members With Professional Equipment To Develop Its Performances And Take Members To A Professional Performance.

£3,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
15 Jan 2003 Greystone Stiles Community Playgroup

The group provides a wide range of activities for pre-school children in the Antrim area. It wishes to purchase new furniture and improve its outdoor and indoor play equipment.

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jan 2003 Springfarm Self Help Group

The group aims to improve the quality of life of people living in the Springfarm area of Antrim, with a particular focus on single parents. It wishes to run ceramics classes for 40 weeks and 2 computer classes for 10 weeks each and to offer free childcar

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund