Lottery grants awarded to Carrickfergus in 2006

17 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
13 Dec 2006 Whitehead Glasgow Rangers Over 50s Club

The group offers various activities for older people living in the Whitehead area of Co Antrim. The project will develop the club in a number of ways, through participation in sports/arts/heritage activities and social trips, thereby help to reduce socia

£4,640 Big Lottery Fund
11 Oct 2006 Greengables Playgroup

The group provides learning through paly facilities in Carrrickferhus for children aged 3-4 years old. The project is to carryout monkeynastics sessions and purchase new play equipment.

£3,215 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2006 Northern Ireland Kidney Patients Association

The group provides information, respite care support to kidney patients and there carers. The project hopes to provide a respite hoiliday for patients and carers.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Aug 2006 Whitehead Community Association

The Group Provides Cross Community Activities, Including Classes, Festivals And Workshops For People Living In The Whitehead Area Of Co Antrim. The Project Will Deliver A Series Of Music Workshops, Thereby Helping To Bring Together Talented Young Musicia

£3,905 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
9 Aug 2006 Homefirst Community Trust - Hawthorns Adult Centre

This group hold activities for its member including physical care, life and communication skills and provides advice. The project will enable the group to produce a radio style CD to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Hawthorns Day Centre.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Aug 2006 Carrickfergus Young Citizens Forum

The Group Is Established To Promote The Ideals And Principals Of Active Citizenship And Social Responsibility For Young People Living Or Working Within The Carrickfergus Area. The Project Will Deliver A Sports Coaching And Development Programme Aimed At

£2,000 Sport Northern Ireland
12 Jul 2006 Friends of St Nicholas Reunited

The group organises community activities and social events for adults and young people, in the Carrickfergus area. The project will deliver a day long family festival in June 2006 basaed around a family football tournament.

£3,995 Community Fund
23 Jun 2006 Greenisland Knockagh Youth Club

The group is planning to introduce the game of boccia to its youth club.

£190 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jun 2006 Silverstream Primary School

The school provides educational facilities for children. The project is to start up a Green Club to introduce children to environmental issues.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
17 May 2006 4th Carrickfergus Guide Company

The group holds sporting, camping and home craft activities for members. The project will bring young people from Norway and Fermanagh to interact with its own members over one week in July 2006 to explore Northern Ireland and visit places of interest.

£3,600 Community Fund
17 May 2006 Carrickfergus Ladies Hockey Club

The Group Provides Hockey Facilities In The Carrickfergus Area And Organises Competitions. The Project Is To Provide Training To The Junior Club And Run Junior Hockey Tournaments.

£1,625 Sport Northern Ireland
3 May 2006 Alphabet Playgroup

Visual Arts Project

£1,665 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
22 Mar 2006 Carrickfergus Women's Forum

The group provides educational and social activities for women in the Carrickfergus area. The project is to refurbish a newly acquired building to provide an accessible and welcoming centre.

£5,000 Community Fund
22 Mar 2006 TinyLife

The organisation provides a wide range of support services, information and advice to parents and families. The project is to update the group's resource library, set up a mobile library and parent seminars and information sessions.

£4,365 Community Fund
22 Mar 2006 Woodburn Primary School

The group provides education to young people between the ages of 4 and 11 years. The project is to organise a physical activity after school project.

£4,950 New Opportunities Fund
22 Mar 2006 Oakfield Nursery Unit

The nursery unit offers pre school education for children aged from 3 - 5 years. The project will enable children to play together in a outside environment, by creating an outdoor play area.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Mar 2006 Carrickfergus Walk 2 Health Group

The project is to organise short health walks two mornings per week from March until December 2006.

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund