Lottery grants awarded to Belfast in 2004

306 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
31 Dec 2004 Leonard Cheshire Disability

The project will pilot a community based resource for disabled people in Omagh to promote active citizenship, encorage independent living , increase access to social and economic activities and promote the rights and needs of local disabled people.

£81,198 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Children's Law Centre (C.L.C.)

The project will provide suppport to the organisation's youth committee that lobbies and advocates on behalf of Northern Ireland children, peer educates and provides training for young people to become peer educators and develop their own skills in advoca

£67,660 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Mulholland Aftercare Services Ltd

The grant will allow the organisation to focus on vulnerable young adults aged 16-25, who have suffered from sexual, physical, emotional or verbal abuse, homelessness and estrangement from families. It will allow the organisation to develop a mentoring

£127,471 Community Fund
31 Dec 2004 Voices Women's Group

The grant will be used to provide a safe, support environment for local women can share their experiences and get involved in personal and community development. It will also provide a drop-in facility to enable women to avail of training and education

£38,686 Community Fund
22 Dec 2004 St. Patrick's Football Club

The Club Is Established To Provide Education To Assist Young Boys And Men Through Their Leisure Time Activities And Promote And Preseve Health. The Grant Will Allow The Club To Take Part In The Bangor Borough Council'S International Football Tournament I

£1,200 Sport Northern Ireland
21 Dec 2004 Ballymote Community Project Limited

The project will create purpose built toilets for children that currently access cr+┐che and playgroup facilities in the Ballymote Centre in Downpatrick. The project will also enhance the cr+┐che and parents room facilities.

£20,301 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 2004 Glenravel Local History Project

Footsteps Through Old Belfast

£49,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2004 Play Resource Warehouse

To increase Play Resource's capacity to manage and develop a marketing strategy aimed at their membership in the voluntary, community and statutory se

£10,234 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Dec 2004 Kids in Control

Piranha - to develop stories to a full-scale production.

£11,379 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
16 Dec 2004 Cahoots NI Ltd

Equipment application

£7,669 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
15 Dec 2004 Northern Ireland Screen

Digital Shorts 2001-04 (Year 3)

£48,000 UK Film Council
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Belfast has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£780 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Naiscoil an Loiste Uir

Na+íscoil An L+Žiste +▄ir Provides An Irish Language Pre-School Programme For Children Aged 2-4 In The Greater New Lodge And Surrounding Areas Of North Belfast. The Project Will Enable The Organisation To Continue To Run Its Programme Of Pre-School Educatio

£72,508 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 The Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children

NI Cancer Fund for Children has been awarded -˙150,000 for the purchase of a log cabin to be constructed within the grounds of Shimna House, Newcastle. The project will offer a place for young people with cancer to integrate with each other and their famil

£150,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action

Nicva Is A Unique Membership-Based Organisation Which Promotes And Represents The Voluntary Sector In Northern Ireland And Also Increases The Capacity Of Voluntary Organisations Through The Provision Of Advice And Information. The Project Will Enable The

£120,320 Community Fund
9 Dec 2004 Belfast City Council

The project will modernise a shale pitch (90 x 50m) providing a state of the art synthetic turf pitch in the Whiterock area of Belfast. 1,100 pupils from three local schools, St Aidan's, Vere Forster and Holy Trinity, will each use the faciliy 12 hours pe

£486,659 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB)

Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB)

£304,222 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2004 Bunscoil an tSleibhe Dhuibh

Targeting schools, clubs and the community in the Whiterock and Upper Springfield areas of West Belfast, this project will create a much needed floodlit polymeric multi use games area (71m x 30m) for curricular and community use. Pupils from Bunscoil, Sc

£805,151 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 2004 Mountainview Pensioners Club

This informal group will use an award to hold a reunion meal to commemorate the Second World War. They will also give talks to local young people about their memories ensuring that their contribution is not forgotten.

£946 New Opportunities Fund
26 Nov 2004 Sports Council for Northern Ireland

Valued at -˙2.4m, this strand of the Community Sport programme will develop and enhance the Sports Council for Northern Ireland's existing Community Sport programme. The programme's aim it to initiate community sport development projects within Northern I

£2,324,647 New Opportunities Fund
21 Nov 2004 Indian Community Centre

Three-year Indian Arts and Cultural Development Programme

£39,251 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 The Hedge Art Space

The Organisation Exists To Promote Art And Artists Primarily In North Belfast Through Exhibitions, Community Workshops And Creative Learning. The Grant Will Fund The Costs Of 2 Exhibitions In December 04 And February 05, Showcasing Artists Work.

£930 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Factotum

The Group Produces Art Events And Activities With The Aim Of Reaching As Wide And Large An Audience As Possible. The Project Will Increase Access To Arts Through The Distribution Of A Newssheet Containing Essays, Illustrations And General Arts Informatio

£3,600 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Old Museum Arts Centre

The Organisation Is Established To Promote, Maintain, Improve And Advance Various Art Forms Including The Use Of New Technology. The Grant Will Fund A Two Day Exploratory Workshop For Adults With Learning Difficulties.

£2,730 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
17 Nov 2004 Lower Andersonstown Mothers Support Group

The group is established to provide and secure the provision of educational and recreational facilities for mothers and toddlers in the Lower Andersonstown area. The grant will fund re-surfacing to a play area for children.

£4,700 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Markets Women's Group

The group provides recreational, educational and social activities and facilities in the Markets area of Belfast. The award will allow the group to introduce children to the new experience of live theatre.

£1,000 Community Fund
17 Nov 2004 Amber Community Development Agency

The organisation is established to advance education and provide facilities for its community in South Belfast. The grant will initiate and develop a Job Information Point for youth, advertising current vacancies and giving them the space to dicuss issue

£4,990 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Downtown Women's Group

The group offers training programmes to enhance women-+s skills to participate in decision making and leadership. The project will help with costs of designing & producing visual arts around issues of female human rights and hold a one day conference, w

£3,377 New Opportunities Fund
17 Nov 2004 Dockers Amateur Boxing Club

The Club Promotes And Fosters Amateur Boxing In The Laganside Area And Is Affiliated To The Irish Amateur Boxing Association. The Grant Will Fund Costs Associated With An Event In March 2005, That Will Bring Young Boxers From England To Fight Against Box

£1,650 Sport Northern Ireland
12 Nov 2004 Comhairle Na Gaelscolaiochta

The grant will be used to sustain 16 after school places for children aged 4-11 years old in Newry, County Down.

£17,127 New Opportunities Fund
10 Nov 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£300 New Opportunities Fund
1 Nov 2004 NI Athletic Federation

Belfast International Cross Country 8 January 2005

£12,000 Sport Northern Ireland
30 Oct 2004 South Belfast Cultural Society

The Organisation Advances Public Education In The Arts And Cultural Heritage. The Grant Will Fund Beginners Classes In Dance, Ballet, Tap, Jazz And Highland Dancing.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Oct 2004 Ballysillan Highland Dancers

The Group Promotes The Art Of Highland Dancing. The Award Will Allow The Group To Provide Additional Dancing Tuition For Children Aged 7-11.

£2,750 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Oct 2004 Cuisle an Cheoil Ltd

The Group Promotes Irish Tradional Music, Language, Arts And Culture Through Public Education Programmes And Performances. The Project Will Help With Costs To Allow The Group To Run Various Programmes And Traditional Arts Events.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Oct 2004 Greater Village Regeneration Trust

The Trust aims to stimulate local efforts to deliver sustainable regeneration in this deprived area. The grant will fund a 6 day Community Festival.

£3,220 Community Fund
30 Oct 2004 Trinity and New Lodge Senior Citizens Association

The organisation is established for the protection of health and in the interests of social welfare of older people. The grant will pay for outings and seasonal social events for group members.

£1,405 Community Fund
30 Oct 2004 Cathedral Community Services

The Group Supports And Offers Facilities To Local People In The Lower Falls/Divis Area Of West Belfast. The Project Is To Research And Publish An Album Of Past And Present Photographs Illustrating Changes In Living Conditions Within The Local Community,

£2,445 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Oct 2004 Cave Hill Conservation Campaign

The organisation preserves the Cave Hill as a natural and unspoilt environment, encouraging public use for appropriate and non-environmentally harmful purposes. The grant will help with the production of a brochure on the herbs and trees available at the

£1,972 New Opportunities Fund
30 Oct 2004 Benview Community Group

The group offers a wide range of activities and services to meet the needs of the local community. The project is to deliver an internet information service 'Feed ur Head .com' and provide teambuilding activities for the local community.

£3,500 New Opportunities Fund
30 Oct 2004 Belfast City Council

The award will allow the Council to hold a music and recycling awareness project for local school children in the Waterfront hall.

£4,200 New Opportunities Fund
30 Oct 2004 Our Lady's Nursery School

The nursery school provides pre-school education for children in the North Belfast area. The award will help the school create a sensory garden in the grounds of the nursery.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
29 Oct 2004 Kabosh Theatre

Elizabeth by Dario Fo

£7,689 Arts Council England
21 Oct 2004 NIPPA - The Early Years Organisation

Development and Implementation of an Accredited Training Programme

£66,006 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Oct 2004 Open Arts

Funding for Open Arts Choir

£72,024 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Oct 2004 Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA)

To raise public awareness of value of good design in various aspects of the built environment.

£72,633 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Oct 2004 Open House Festival

The Open House Traditional Arts Festival for four weeks in October 2005

£74,838 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
21 Oct 2004 Audiences Northern Ireland

Facilitating collaborative marketing and audience development between arts organisations across the region

£431,436 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
20 Oct 2004 Fortwilliam Musical Society

The Group, Which Provides The Opportunity For People To Come Together To Sing And Learn The Skills Required To Perform A Musical Show, Will Stage A Production Of Anything Goes In The Waterfront Hall.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
20 Oct 2004 Compantas Amharclainne Ababu

This Is A Theatre Education Company That Provides Theatre Workshops In Acting, Voice Production, Movement And Script Techniques For Children Between 8 And 11yr Old. The Project Is To Present Two Plays The First One Is 'The Lonely Giant' A Story Based On

£3,983 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
20 Oct 2004 Sciolto

The Group Performs Challenging Choral Music From 14th To 21st Century And Brings This Music To New Audiences. The Project Is To Commission Three Short Pieces Of Music With A Northern Irish Composer.

£700 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
20 Oct 2004 The North of Ireland Family History Society

The Group Fosters Interest In Family History With Special Reference To Families With Roots In The North Of Ireland And Their Descendants. The Project Will Help With Costs To Have 25th Anniversary Lectures On 'Migration - North Irish Roots' In The 42nd Be

£3,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Oct 2004 Nettlefield Nursery Unit

The group provides a broad based balanced curriculum education to children between the ages of 2 and 4 living in the inner East Belfast area. The project will allow them to develop the creative skills of the children by utilising the skills of practition

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 2004 Contact Youth Counselling Services(Northern Ireland)

The group provides counselling to young people aged 11-25 throughout NI through both face to face sessions and a telephone service which operates 5 nights per week. The award will assist in the recruitment, training and supervision of additional voluntee

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 2004 Northern Ireland Chest, Heart & Stroke

The organisation provides services and information for the benefit of people who suffer from cardiac related problems. The project is the development and production of a stroke information video to provide information to sufferers.

£3,300 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 2004 Blackmountain Primary School

The school provides primary school education for children in the Blackmountain area of Belfast. The grant will fund a parents meeting room and training facility in the school.

£4,836 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 2004 Deanby Parental Education and Development Group

The group provides facilities for individuals to obtain formal and informal training in various skills including parenting, adult education and personal development. The project is to provide training in IT, internet usage, start up a lending library of

£2,935 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 2004 Newhill Football Club

The Group Promotes The Sport Of Football Through The Provision Of Facilities And Activities. The Award Will Assist The Group In Attending A Football Tournament And Providing Coaching Facilities.

£1,150 Sport Northern Ireland
20 Oct 2004 Queen's University Belfast Snooker, Billiards and Pool Club

The Group Promotes The Sports Of Snooker, Billiards And Pool Through The Provision Of Opportunities To Play In Both Social And Competitive Environments. The Project Is The Purchase Of Equipment To Allow The Club To Participate In And Run Competitions.

£2,000 Sport Northern Ireland
18 Oct 2004 Belfast Community Circus School

Equipment

£12,020 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
18 Oct 2004 Linen Hall Library

Events Equipment - Lighting, Rostra, Stage Equipment Office Equipment - Server, PCs, Printers

£5,488 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2004 Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB)

Belfast Education and Library Board (BELB)

£403,025 New Opportunities Fund
14 Oct 2004 Belfast Activity Centre

Belfast Activity Centre

£704,580 New Opportunities Fund
14 Oct 2004 St Oliver Plunkett Primary School, West Belfast

St Oliver Plunkett Primary School, West Belfast

£443,913 New Opportunities Fund
11 Oct 2004 The Old Museum Arts Centre (OMAC)

Online Integrated Ticketing System

£26,585 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Golden Thread Gallery

Contemporary Visual Arts Touring Product

£44,746 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Belfast Community Circus School

First Professional Circus Ensemble Production to be staged in Ireland

£27,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Youth Action Northern Ireland

Develop quality of training programmes

£43,937 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Factotum

Appointment of part time Audience Development Officer

£20,536 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 The Lyric Theatre (NI)

Production costs for the world premiere of 197 - The End of Year Show by Damian Gormon

£29,670 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 New Belfast Community Arts Initiative T/A Community Arts Par

Expansion of Integrated Access Programme

£33,155 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA)

Yearbook to record activities of PLACE

£23,496 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Cahoots NI Ltd

Production of 4 minute animation by hazel Webb Crozier

£32,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Replay Theatre Company

Meg's Head premiere

£24,984 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Linen Hall Library

John Boyd: A Light in a Dark Place

£42,633 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
11 Oct 2004 Golden Thread Gallery

Outreach programme

£39,494 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Belfast Activity Centre

The Group Is A Personal Development Charity Working With Young People From All Backgrounds. The Project Will Allow The Group To Run Drumming And Percussion Workshops To Introduce Socially Isolated Young People To Music.

£2,709 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Cello Productions

The Group Produces Original And Established Drama And Commissioned New Work By Local Writers. The Project Is To Stage A Production Of Samuel Beckett'S Epic Play 'Endgame' For The Local Community, And To Stage Post-Production Workshops.

£4,800 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Elmgrove Primary School

The school provides education to children between the ages of 4-11. The project will allow the group to purchase outdoor play equipment and benches. The project aims to allow children to study nature and environmental issues and to enjoy a range of game

£4,761 New Opportunities Fund
6 Oct 2004 Beechfield Primary School

The award will allow this primary school to further the children's flexibility balance, strength, agility, co-ordination and body awareness by running the monkeynastix structured movement programme.

£1,512 New Opportunities Fund
6 Oct 2004 North Belfast Play Forum

The Group Uses Sport As A Medium To Promote Cultural Diversity, Social Inclusion And Community Development. The Project Will Create A Cross Community Sports Programme For Children In The North Belfast Area.

£3,000 Sport Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Shankill Judo Club

The group provides young people with the opportunity to participate in the sport of Judo. The project will allow the group to increase the number of participants through the purchase of new training and safety equipment.

£4,925 Sport Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Windsor Youth Football Club

The Group Is Established To Advance Education And Provide Facilities For Younger People. The Award Will Allow The Group To Engage Uefa Coaches And Hire Facilities To Offer Coaching.

£1,500 Sport Northern Ireland
6 Oct 2004 Donegall Pass Community Group

The Group Provides Social, Educational And Recreational Facilities And Activities For Local People. The Project Will Deliver Classes To The Local Community In A Variety Of Subjects Including Ceramics, Sculpture, Music And Embroidery.

£2,600 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Spanner in the Works

Rural Theatre and workshops project

£12,784 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 The John Hewitt Society

John Hewitt International Summer School

£11,560 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Belfast City Council

Public Art

£20,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

6 Permanent Artworks

£7,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Red Lead Arts

East Belfast Contemporary Architecture and Urban Environment Exhibition

£13,512 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Ormeau Baths Gallery

Four Exhibitions from February - September 2005

£12,448 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Iomairt Cholm Cille (Columba Initiative)

A touring visual arts exhibition based upon An Leabhar Mor: The Great Book of Gaelic and an associated programme of events at each location

£15,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Play Resource Warehouse

The Creative Paths Programme

£23,234 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Ransom Productions Ltd

To Commission Two New Writers

£10,350 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Ballynafeigh Community Development Association

Vote Gatecrasher musical drama

£6,900 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
5 Oct 2004 Belfast Exposed Photography

To present 3 contemporary photography exhibitions, to deliver to seminars, to publish and make widely accessible two supporting catalogues, promotions

£12,935 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
1 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£875 New Opportunities Fund
1 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Belfast has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Singapore in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 2004 Falls Community Council Limited

The organisation is established to advance education and provide facilities for its community in the Falls area of Belfast. The grant will provide songwriting workshops for local musical talent.

£4,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Sep 2004 Spanner In The Works Theatre Company

The Group Is An All Female Theatre Group Who Work With Both Communities In Rural And Urban Northern Ireland. The Award Will Allow The Group To Produce A Play Which Will Address Stereotypes In Our Communities.

£4,500 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Sep 2004 Friends of Carlisle House

The group supports ex-members of Carlisle House. The award will assist the group in running a programme of activities over the coming 12 months aimed at improving the health and well-being of participants.

£3,780 Community Fund