Lottery grants awarded to Armagh, Northern Ireland in 2004

49 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
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
10 Nov 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Darkley has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Italy in April next year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£155 New Opportunities Fund
30 Oct 2004 Mullabrack Luncheon Club

The club is established to promote the preservation of health of older people and people with disabilities. The grant will provide a series of outings for older and disabled people from rural areas of Armagh, to places of educational, historical or socia

£1,838 Community Fund
20 Oct 2004 Armagh and Dungannon M.E. Support Group

The group provides support for sufferers of ME, their families and raise the public's awareness of the effects of ME and the methods of managing it. The grant will allow the group to attend a conference and attend two day trips.

£3,860 Community Fund
20 Oct 2004 Loughgall Pre-School Playgroup

The group provides a safe, caring and stimulating environment in which pre-school children can learn and play together. The project is the development of an outdoor play area which will allow imaginative play, construction work and open spaces for physic

£4,712 New Opportunities Fund
14 Oct 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 France in June of this year.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
14 Oct 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

Southern Education and Library Board

£267,221 New Opportunities Fund
6 Oct 2004 Aghavilly Accordian Band

The Group Promotes Music And Encourages The Community To Participate In The Art Form Of Playing The Accordion. The Grant Will Provide A Range Of Musical Training Sessions For Young People In The Armagh Area.

£1,885 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Middletown Friendly club

The group provides social, educational and recreational activities for older people. The project is a series of craft classes and social events over the coming year, building community links and reducing isolation.

£4,060 Community Fund
6 Oct 2004 Bramley Club Loughgall

This club in Loughgall provides social and educational activities for older people. The project is to allow the organisation to provide outings, seasonal events and speakers to attend its meetings to discuss topics of interest.

£3,566 Community Fund
6 Oct 2004 Mullacreevie Development Association

The Group Promotes Activities For The Local Community. The Project Is To Start Up An Under 12 Soccer Team And Coach The Players To Enable Them To Play In Local Competitions.

£1,500 Sport Northern Ireland
10 Sep 2004 Mount Saint Catherine's Out of School Club

The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged between 4 - 11 years old by creating one new provision in Armagh. 3 local schools will be served.

£32,760 New Opportunities Fund
7 Sep 2004 The Select Vestry of Loughgilly Parish Church

St Patrick's Parish Church, Loughgilly

£49,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
31 Aug 2004 Bard Of Armagh Cultural Traditions Group

The Group Organises The Annual Bard Of Armagh Festival Of Humorous Verse. The Project Will Help To Cover Costs Towards The Annual Event In June.

£500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
31 Aug 2004 Armagh Old Boys Silver Band (and Social Club)

The Group Provides The Opportunity To Develop Skills In Playing Brass And Percussion Instruments In Both Practice And Performance Settings. The Award Will Allow The Group To Hold A Summer School, Including Workshops And Performances And A Gala Concert We

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
31 Aug 2004 Loughgilly Together

The group provides a diverse range of recreational and educational activities for the local community. The project is start up costs to equip and run a youth facility for local children and young people.

£2,789 New Opportunities Fund
17 Aug 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Armagh has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Tunisia in May of this year.Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£875 New Opportunities Fund
13 Jul 2004 Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum

2 Second World War Veterans from Armagh has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Leros in April of this year. Funding has also been provided for two carers to travel with the Veterans.

£1,750 New Opportunities Fund
25 Jun 2004 Poyntzpass Community Playgroup

The project will support the relocation of the existing playgroup to a new purpose built facility that will accommodate 24 pre-school children within the Armagh area. This will provide the children with a new bright, stimulating environment, outdoor play

£15,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Jun 2004 St Colmcille's Primary School

This grant will allow the school to transform a small indoor dining hall into a multi-use activity facility with sports flooring and disabled toilets/changing area which will be suitable for indoor PE activities. The project will allow staff to deliver n

£76,094 New Opportunities Fund
18 Jun 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

Southern Education and Library Board

£63,174 New Opportunities Fund
31 May 2004 The Charles Wood Summer School

The Charles Wood Summer School Is A Week Long Programme Which Celebrates Music In Worship On An Inter-Denominational Basis. The Award Will Assist The Group In Running The Summer School In 2004 .

£4,200 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
31 May 2004 Wheels and Squeals Toddler Group

The group provides a social outlet for carers, parents and toddlers. The award will allow the group to provide training for volunteers, purchase equipment and toys and run group activities.

£1,795 New Opportunities Fund
18 May 2004 NI Tug of War Association

NI Squad A

£7,500 Sport Northern Ireland
18 May 2004 NI Tug of War Association

NI Squad B

£2,500 Sport Northern Ireland
21 Apr 2004 Stronge Memorial Accordion Band

Equipment - Musical Instrument for Bands

£14,847 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Apr 2004 Corkley Pipe Band

Equipment-musical instruments for bands

£8,836 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Apr 2004 Drumderg Flute Band Keady

Equipment - Musical Instruments - Bands

£5,357 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
2 Apr 2004 St Patrick's Day Festival Committee

The Group Is Set Up To Run A Mardi Gras Style Cross Community Carnival Involving Local Schools. The Project Will Involve 500 Primary School Age Children In Interpreting The Story Of St. Patrick Via Movement, Dance And Music.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
2 Apr 2004 Order of Malta Ambulance Corps - Armagh Unit

The group provides first aid and ambulance services at local and national events. The project is to improve provision of first aid classes to the public and cadets by purchasing new equipment.

£1,948 Community Fund
2 Apr 2004 Orchard Social Club For Visually Impaired People

The group provides social and recreational activities for people who are blind and partially sighted. The project is to provide a series of outings and a respite holiday for members.

£3,958 Community Fund
2 Apr 2004 Armagh Young at Heart

The group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The award will allow the group to host a conference and provide recreational classes and trips.

£2,894 Community Fund
2 Apr 2004 Poyntzpass Community Regeneration Company Limited

The group provides a community facility and meeting place for older and younger people in the Poyntzpass area. The project is to start up a day centre for older people and regular activities for young people.

£5,000 Community Fund
2 Apr 2004 Project Poyntzpass

The Group Researches The Local History Of The Village. The Award Will Allow The Group To Provide Information About Local History In The Form Of An Historical Leaflet.

£3,869 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2004 Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum

The Museum Acquires And Dispalys Items To Preserve The History And Heritage Of The Royal Irish Fusiliers. The Award Will Allow The Museum To Stage Two Historical And Educational Exhibitions.

£4,529 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Apr 2004 Keady Community Playgroup

The group provides pre-school education for 0 - 4 year olds in the Keady area of Armagh. The project is to pave its outdoor area with soft tarmac and create a safer play area.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
2 Apr 2004 Northern Ireland Tug of War Association

This Group Promotes, Organises And Administers The Sport Of Tug Of War In Ni. The Award Will Allow The Group To Host The Uk Indoor Tug Of War Championships.

£3,500 Sport Northern Ireland
31 Mar 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

The grant is being used to build an extra PE store at this Tyrone school. It will be used to store PE equipment that is currently stored around the perimeter of the PE hall. This will expand the floor area within the hall and allow the school to increase

£31,172 New Opportunities Fund
31 Mar 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

The grant is allowing Clare Primary School to offer a wider range of PE activities to pupils and create two after schools clubs offering a wide range of activities to boost learning and fitness levels. Teachers will also be able to increase PE time for al

£23,475 New Opportunities Fund
31 Mar 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

This grant is allowing Drumhillery Primary School to build a store for PE equipment. All PE equipment is currently being stored in the PE/dining hall so the new store will enable the floor area to be kept clear and will ensure that pupils will be able to

£26,685 New Opportunities Fund
10 Mar 2004 The Select Vestry of Lisnadill Parish Church

St John's Parish Church - Lisnadill, Armagh

£61,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

Southern Education and Library Board

£21,117 New Opportunities Fund
4 Feb 2004 Southern Education and Library Board

The school will use the grant to build a PE store. This will enable teachers to increase the PE curriculum to 1.5 hours a week for pupils. The extra storage space will enable the school to buy a wider range of equipment to facilitate the development of an

£38,715 New Opportunities Fund
30 Jan 2004 The Golden Years Club

This Group Provides Weekly Activities/Classes And Outings For Older People In A Rural Area. The Award Will Allow The Group To Run A Photography Project Resulting In The Production Of Postcards Of The Newtownhamilton Area.

£995 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Jan 2004 Barrack Hill and Gough Avenue Residents Association

This group provides educational and recreational activities for the people of the area The award will allow the group to promote community involvement and intergenerational contact through recreational activities.

£1,866 Community Fund
30 Jan 2004 Derrynoose Community Action

The association is established to promote rural regeneration to meet the needs of local people in the Keady area of Armagh and provide facilities in the interests of social welfare. The grant will fund office equipment.

£4,358 New Opportunities Fund
30 Jan 2004 Armagh & Dungannon Foster Care Group

The group provides support for foster carers and their families by organising regular fund-raising events and outings for carers and the children that they look after. The project is to provide a day trip to the Share Holiday Village in Lisnaskea to enab

£1,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Jan 2004 Clady Tiny Tots

The project is creating a new, safe, stimulating outdoor play area for children attending the playgroup. It is also enabling them to refurbish the premises in order to offer improved facilities.The grant is paying for new play area equipment, a new exten

£32,374 New Opportunities Fund
9 Jan 2004 Dara Playgroup

The project is improving the existing childcare provision at the project by installing a disabled toilet, improving floor covering, providing new equipment and improving the play area. These improvements will enhance the current services and enable all m

£11,000 New Opportunities Fund