Lottery grants awarded to Armagh, Northern Ireland in 2005

89 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
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 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.

£2,800 Community Fund
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

£107,025 Community Fund
21 Dec 2005 Drumbreda & St Brigids Hill Community Association

The group offers various activities for people from Armagh and surrounding areas. The project is to renovate and restore a derelict children's play area, therefore improving access to recreation and healthy pursuits for children.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 2005 Armagh Women Empowered

The group provides support to women, through the promotion of education, confidence and personal development. The project will encourage cross community and multi cultural relaxations, thus helping women to achieve their full potential.

£3,103 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 2005 Out and About Community Association

The group provides educational courses and training programmes for its members. The project will provide disabled people with an information directory on disabled groups in the Armagh and Dungannon area.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 2005 Northern Ireland Tug of War Association

The Group Promotes And Encourages The Holding Of Tug Of War Tournaments And Competitions. The Project Is To Host The Uk Outdoor Tug Of War Championships In Northern Ireland In August 2006.

£4,600 Sport Northern Ireland
22 Nov 2005 Armagh Public Library

Registry - 5 Vicars Hill, Armagh

£304,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Nov 2005 Keady Older & Bolder Club

The group offers various activities including social outings and classes for older members of the community. The project is to deliver various educational classes and outings for members, therefore reducing social isolation among older people.

£4,385 Community Fund
16 Nov 2005 Tassagh Cultural Rural Neighbourhood Group

The group provides social, educational and recreational activities for people in the South Armagh area. The project will enable the group to hold various social and educational events throughout the year.

£3,750 Community Fund
16 Nov 2005 Our Ladys Primary School Tullysaran

The school provides education and afterschool activities for 4-11yr olds. The project will teach pupils new skills in music, sport and drama through the provision of an afterschool club.

£3,070 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2005 St John's Primary School

The school provides education and after school activities to primary school children. The project is to provide drama, music and art workshops for children living in isolated areas with a view to stage performances for the wider community.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
19 Oct 2005 Armagh & District Citizens Advice Bureau

The group provides advice and information services to the local community. The project is to upgrade and refurbish its premises to facilitate drop-in advice sessions and allied activities of the group.

£2,792 Community Fund
19 Oct 2005 St Vincent de Paul - St Patricks Conference

The group advances education and promotes the arts through the medium of Irish language for the benefit of the general public in North Antrim. The project will enable local people to access traditional craft skills through workshops and courses.

£5,000 Community Fund
19 Oct 2005 Drumarg Community Association

This group provides social and recreational activities for adults and young people. The project will enable women in the area to participate in a healthy activity by attending aerobics classes.

£935 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2005 Richhill Building Preservation Trust

Richhill THI

£15,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Sep 2005 Orchard Social Club For Visually Impaired People

The group offers help and support to visually impaired people, as well as offer members an opportunity to meet new people and engage in a range of social, recreational and sporting activities. The project will part fund costs to take members and carers

£3,602 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Hamiltonsbawn Community Association

The group address the needs of the Hamiltonsbawn community. The project is run a community fun day, therefore promoting community spirit and developing relationships.

£4,600 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Milford Womens Institute

The group holds arts and leisure activities for its members. The project will enable the group members to hold various social and educational events to mark its 60th formation.

£2,800 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Mowhan Youth Club

The group serves young people in providing a safe centre where they can meet on a regular basis and by providing a range of activities. The project will provide new chairs, folding chairs and tables for its hall, replacing broken and unsafe equipment.

£5,000 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Keady Unattached Youth Group

The Group Provides Support And Programmes For Young People Within The Keady Area. The Project Is To Set Up And Run A Midnight Soccer League For Keady And District Young People.

£640 Sport Northern Ireland
20 Sep 2005 Ulster Council Gaelic Athletic Association

Provincial Squads - Ulster Hurling & Football

£10,000 Sport Northern Ireland
9 Sep 2005 O'Fiaich Playgroup

The project will modernise and extend a current childcare facility in Armagh. It will include a sensory room as well as an outdoor play area.

£26,997 New Opportunities Fund
9 Sep 2005 Little Acorns Playgroup

The project would expand an existing nursery in Derrynoose. It would create additional space and increase the capacity of the nursery from 14 to 26 by providing a new modular building.The one year grant would contribute towards the capital costs of cons

£85,000 New Opportunities Fund
31 Aug 2005 Armagh City & District Council

Armagh City and District Council will deliver a one year GP referral programme promoting physical activity among 120 adults and children with a range of conditions including diabetes, ischaemic heart disease, asthma, high blood pressure, stress, depressio

£28,593 New Opportunities Fund
24 Aug 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£525 New Opportunities Fund
17 Aug 2005 Breaghey Silver Band

The Group Provides Musical Instruction And Tuition On Brass Instruments And Holds Community Concerts. The Project Will Teach New And Existing Members New Skills In Music And Create A Music Library.

£4,225 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Aug 2005 Mountnorris Village Group

The group provides activities in the interests of social welfare for its community in the Mountnorris area of Co Armagh. The project will provide a series of community events, aimed at encouraging wider participation and building capacity.

£4,960 Community Fund
3 Aug 2005 Out and About

The project will promote the intergration of people with disabilities into the community through free educational programmes, one-to-one development work with people with disabilities, disability awareness training, public seminars and international confe

£15,950 Community Fund
3 Aug 2005 Armagh & District Citizens Advice Bureau

Armagh & District Citizens Advice Bureau Limited provides advice and information, including tribunal representation, money advice and debt counselling, outreach service and home visitation. The project is to provide a dedicated telephone help line that wi

£6,725 Community Fund
1 Aug 2005 Lurgan and Portadown Gateway Club

Lurgan and Portadown Gateway Club in Northern Ireland will use an award to hold a programme of events to commemorate the 60th anniversary of WW2. This will include a group trip to a War Museum in Northern Ireland, reminiscence workshops, and an end of yea

£4,978 New Opportunities Fund
1 Aug 2005 Royal British Legion Armagh Branch

The Royal British Legion Armagh Branch will use an award to fund an outreach programme into local schools to educate pupils about WW2 and this year's anniversary. They will also be promoting a large event with marching bands, military re-enactments, milit

£11,690 New Opportunities Fund
20 Jul 2005 Killylea Young at Heart Club

The group provides a social outlet for older people and holds a range of social and recreational activities. The project will bring the members together to learn new skills in arts and crafts and celebrate its 15th anniversary.

£4,480 Community Fund
20 Jul 2005 Hartford Community Development and Cultural Association

The group provides social and educational activities for its members including arts/craft and cultural heritage. The award will enable the group to hold outdoor events by purchasing PA equipment.

£3,692 Community Fund
20 Jul 2005 St Colmcilles Primary School

The school provides education and out of school activities for 4-11yr olds. The project will increase physical activity and develop new skills amongst children by providing new play equipment.

£3,236 New Opportunities Fund
11 Jul 2005 Armagh & Dungannon ME Support Group

Armagh and Dungannon ME Support Group will use an award to carry out an educational day trip to Glasgow War Museum, an evening of reminiscence, and a 60th anniversary celebration party.

£3,030 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jul 2005 Benburb Thursday Club

This group will use their award to hold a 1940s themed dance to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. A speaker from the local historical society will be invited to the club to talk about the Second World War.

£500 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jul 2005 Portadown M.E (Post Viral Fatigue) Support Group

The Portadown ME Support Group will use an award to hold an educational and reminiscence evening and a 60th anniversary party for members and carers.

£2,300 New Opportunities Fund
29 Jun 2005 Loughgall Vintage Club

This group will use their award to celebrate the 60th anniversary by holding a vintage rally with military vehicles from 1939-45.

£2,300 New Opportunities Fund
22 Jun 2005 West Armagh Consortium

The Group Is Established To Promote And Develop A New Spirit Of Co-Operation Between Community And Voluntary Groups In West Armagh. The Project Will Be The Creation Of A Community Mural At Its Social And Recreation Complex In West Armagh, Developed And P

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
22 Jun 2005 Ballyrea Rural Community Group

The group provides a range of educational courses and social events in promoting the Ulster Scots tradition. The project will enable the group to hold a photographic exhibition of its work and a fun evening in September 2005.

£1,990 Community Fund
22 Jun 2005 Hartford Friendship Club

This group holds a range of social and recreational activities for older people. The project will bring older people together to interact socially and participate in a range of art classes, seasonal activities and an outing to Bangor.

£4,796 Community Fund
22 Jun 2005 Darkley Club House

The group is established to provide social, recreational and educational activities for young people. The project will encourage and empower young people to become involved in the local community.

£5,000 Community Fund
22 Jun 2005 Keady Information Technology Centre Limited

The group is established to provide IT training for local residents. The project will introduce children and young people to new skills and aspects of computer use through the organisation of an IT Summer Scheme.

£4,768 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2005 Longstone Riding for the Disabled

Longstone Riding for the Disabled

£272,111 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2005 SELB

The project will provide a PE store and a high ball stop fence. This will create a safer environment for the development of PE and a secure outdoor PE equipment storage space. It will increase PE time available each week from 60 - 90 minutes. Primary b

£25,543 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2005 Southern Education and Library Board

Southern Education and Library Board

£99,182 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jun 2005 Richill and Hamiltonsbawn Golden Jubilee Committee

The Committee will use a grant to fund a series of events designed to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of VE/VJ Day and bring together both British and Irish communities within the province. The central focus of the project will be a large-scale concert t

£19,509 New Opportunities Fund
1 Jun 2005 Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum

The Royal Irish Fusiliers in Armagh has been awarded a grant towards the travel costs for a commemorative visit to Sicily in August of this year. Funding has been provide for 12 Second World War veterans, 6 spouses, 13 carers.

£13,425 New Opportunities Fund
1 Jun 2005 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 Italy in May of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£875 New Opportunities Fund
26 May 2005 Tandragee Development Initiative Limited

The Tandragee Development Initiative will use their award to hold a range of activities to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. These activities will involve an exhibition of wartime memorabilia and vehicles, interviews wit

£4,250 New Opportunities Fund
25 May 2005 The Charles Wood Summer School

The School Is A Week Long Programme Which Celebrates Music In Worship On An Interdenominational Basis Whilst Perpetuating The Memory Of Charles Wood. The Grant Will Fund Costs Associated With The School For One Week At The End Of August 2005.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
10 May 2005 St Peter's School Band Collegeland

The Band Is An Out Of School Club Attached To St Peter'S Primary School Collegeland In Moy Which Promotes And Encourages Music Amongst School Pupils And The Wider Community. The Grant Will Fund The Purchase Of Musical Instruments To Develop Music Amongs

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
10 May 2005 Armagh City Choir

The Choir Aims To Study And Practice Choral Music In Order To Foster Public Knowledge And Appreciation Of Music By Means Of Public Performances. The Grant Will Fund A Public Performance Of Brahm'S German Requiem.

£2,817 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
10 May 2005 Cormeen Rural Development Association

The group aims to combat poverty, advance education, promote rural community development and improve life for those in Cormeen. The grant is to run a spring festival and community day in June 2005.

£900 Community Fund
10 May 2005 Friends Of The Armagh County Museum

The Group Assists With The Enlargement Of The Museum'S Collection And Organises Meetings, Lectures And Social Outings In Connection With Local History. The Grant Will Fund A Day Tour To Places Of Historic Interest.

£1,565 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Ballyhegan and Kilmore District Rural Community Association

The Group Is Established To Provide Facilities And Activities For The Benefit Of The Local Community. The Project Will Involve Local People In The History Of The Area By Holding Reminiscence Days And Producing A Newsletter Based Around Local Heritage.

£786 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 St Joseph's Primary School

The project will assist this school in promoting healthy play through the provision of outdoor play equipment.

£3,500 New Opportunities Fund
10 May 2005 Emigration Stone Committee

The group organises activities based on old customs for its community. The grant will fund a series of old custom activities aimed at encouraging people to become active both physically and mentally.

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Drumhillery Development Association

The group provides a range of activities including educational classes and social activities which meet the needs of the local community. The grant will enable the members to attend Old Tyme Dance classes.

£950 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Redrock Development Partnership

The organisation aims to advance education and provide facilities for its community in the Armagh City and District area. The grant will fund weekly dance classes for older people.

£985 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Drumarg Community Association

The group provides social activities for the local community. The grant will enable the group to hold exercise classes for younger and older women in the community.

£300 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Hartford Community Development and Cultural Association

The group is established to advance education concerning history, language, literature and culture. The project will increase participation in physical activity through the provision of dance classes.

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Reconciliation Education and Community Training

The group provides social, recreational and educational activities for its community in the Mid Ulster area. The grant will fund a series of activities to promote active lifestyles including dance, yoga, aerobics and skiing.

£980 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2005 Ballyrea Rural Community Group

The group is established to promote the beneift of local people. The project will increase physical activity in the area by allow the group to restart a bowling club.

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2005 Armagh City and District Council

Armagh City and District Council

£755,676 New Opportunities Fund
6 Apr 2005 Mavemacullen Accordian Band

Musical Instruments

£11,250 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Mar 2005 Markethill Art Club

The Club Promotes The Arts And Organises Exhibitions Of Members Work From Markethill In County Armagh. The Grant Will Fund Classes Resulting In An Exhibition Of Students Art Work In The Old Courthouse Markethill, Engaging The Public And Participants, In

£2,704 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Mar 2005 Marlacoo Rural Association

The association promotes the benefit of the inhabitants of people living in and around the Richhill area of Armagh. The grant will fund the purchase of stacking chairs for its hall, it leases.

£4,525 Community Fund
16 Mar 2005 Armagh & District Floral Art Society

The group promotes the creative, educational, cultural and charitable aspects of flower arranging in the Armagh and district area for anyone who is interested. The grant will fund costs for a 25th anniversary including guest speakers and demonstrations o

£2,000 Community Fund
9 Mar 2005 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 Italy in April of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£155 New Opportunities Fund
3 Mar 2005 An tUltach

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£44,422 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
24 Feb 2005 Mid Armagh Community Network

The Organisation Is Established To Promote The Benefit Of The Ulster Scots Descent To People Resident In The Greater Mid Armagh Area Through Educational, Social And Recreational Events Or Activities. The Grant Will Pay For Ulster Scot Fiddle Classes For

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
24 Feb 2005 Moy Cosy Club

The club provides activities and organises events for older people. The project will reduce social isolation among older people in a rural area through the organisation and running of events and outings.

£3,014 Community Fund
24 Feb 2005 Yarn And Darn

The group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to run craft classes, two outings, IT and cookery classes and produce a monthly newsheet.

£5,000 Community Fund
24 Feb 2005 Mount Saint Catherines Primary School

The school provides primary education and development for children in Armagh. The grant will fund a community activity week at the end of January for pupils and the wider community focusing on science, the environment, sport and healthy lifestyle.

£3,400 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2005 Killylea and District Development Committee

The group promotes and benefits the inhabitants of Killylea & District, offering various facilities and activities for members of the community. The project is to run a project entitled 'Women Empowerment', to improve areas such as 'healthy living, pers

£1,700 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2005 Armagh and Dungannon Health and Social Services Trust

Appleby Social Education Centre is part of the Armagh HSST and provides services for adults with learning disabilities to meet their individual and group needs. The grant will fund a pageant with life sized puppets at the Market Place in Armagh, performe

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2005 Armagh Widows Association

The group is established to help widows meet new people and provide activities for social inclusion. The grant will fund six events of learning and cultural activities for widows in the Armagh area.

£2,088 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2005 Drumhillery Development Association

The group provides a range of activities including educational classes and social activities which meet the needs of the local community. The project will allow the group to promote health and well being among local women by running a complimentary thera

£588 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2005 Keady Recreation & Bowls Club

The Group Provides Sporting And Social Interaction Through The Form Of Indoor Bowls. The Grant Is To Purchase Bowls Equipment And Kitchen Utensils.

£2,918 Sport Northern Ireland
16 Feb 2005 Cycling Ulster

Stephen Gallagher

£9,400 Sport Northern Ireland
16 Feb 2005 NI Tug of War Association

European Outdoor Championship Squad

£8,000 Sport Northern Ireland
9 Feb 2005 Southern Education and Library Board

The provision of a purpose built peripatetic outdoor education store, to include equipment store, drying room, and covered trailer shelter, will greatly enhance the delivery of outdoor education adventure programmes to young people in the Dungannon and Co

£80,308 New Opportunities Fund
9 Feb 2005 Southern Education and Library Board

The modernisation of the campsite at Shannaghmore Outdoor Education Centre outside Newcastle in Co. Down will offer opportunities for young people to be more physically active by providing a safe and secure environment from which groups can engage in outd

£37,881 New Opportunities Fund
9 Feb 2005 Southern Education and Library Board

Aughnacloy College, a co-education school of 164 pupils, will construct a new sports hall and equipment store (23.2 x 17m) in the college grounds. The new facility will enable the school to increase curriculum PE time for all pupils from the current 1 ho

£4,621 New Opportunities Fund
9 Feb 2005 Southern Education and Library Board

Grant scheme funding will provide a new fitness room (4m x 16.5m) and support the construction of a 18m x 8m extension to a new 3 court sports hall to create a 4 court facility for Fivemiletown High School & Community College. The project aims to provide

£291,433 New Opportunities Fund
3 Feb 2005 Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum

This formally constituted organisation would use an award to enable 36 Irish war veterans to attend the official VE / VJ celebrations in London on 10 July 2005. The members of this association have been especially invited in recognition of their important

£2,650 New Opportunities Fund
26 Jan 2005 Southern Education and Library Board

Southern Education and Library Board

£16,578 New Opportunities Fund