44 matching grants found.
|21 Dec 2005||Macosquin Cultural & Regeneration Group
The group provides a range of activities for its community and promotes the Ulster Scots culture, in and around Garvagh. The project will deliver a planned programme of activities promoting the Ulster Scots heritage and culture.
|21 Dec 2005||Windyhall Community Association
The group advances education and provides facilities for its community in the Windyhall area of the City of Derry. The project will deliver a series of events in the summer 2006, especially aimed at younger people.
|21 Dec 2005||Garvagh Museum Limited
The Group Advances Education, Promotes Access To Historical Exhibitions And Promotes The Acquisition And Preservation Of Artefacts Of Historical Importance, Through The Garvagh Museum. The Project Will Increase Access To The Museum Through The Creation O
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Dec 2005||University of Ulster
Start-Up Support & Residency - Aug 2005
|£30,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Nov 2005||Fortwilliam Musical Society
This Group Produces And Performs Musical Theatre. The Project Will Bring People Together From Northern Ireland To Enjoy The Production Of 'Hello Dolly' At The Waterfront In Belfast.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|1 Nov 2005||Glenullin Childcare Trust
Glenullin Childcare Trust
|£2,870||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Oct 2005||Articlave Community Association
The group provides facilities in the interest of social welfare for its community in the Coleraine area. The project will bring together both sections of the community through a series of social events, aimed at all ages.
|19 Oct 2005||Sea Cadets Portrush
The group offers waterborne activities, seamanship, expeditions, community work, personal and educational development to young people. The project is to replace existing boating equipment.
|19 Oct 2005||Get up and Go Walking Club
The group provides activities for its members based around health and well being. The project will provide a programme of exercise, yoga, diet and talks by professionals to encourage more in depth knowledge of issues involving health and well being.
|£4,878||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Sep 2005||Movenis Area Community Association
The group advances education and provides facilities in the interests of social welfare for people in the Coleraine area. The project will promote physical activity through dance classes over a 12 week period.
|£960||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Sep 2005||Cross Glebe Community Association
The group aims to enhance the quality of life of residents in the Cross glebe area, by working to develop community spirit and improve community facilities. The project will enable the group to provide an information technology suite, therefore improving
|21 Sep 2005||Movenis Area Community Association
The group provides activities of a social, educational and recreational nature including the promotion of the Ulster Scots culture. The project will refurbish the hall that the group leases, to provide a community venue.
|21 Sep 2005||Community Network Craigavon
The group promotes and encourages community development through providing support services for its community in the Portadown area. The project will deliver training to community activists and trainers on community development issues.
|15 Sep 2005||Kilcranny House
|£26,376||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Sep 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Widow from Coleraine has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in October of this year.
|£700||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Sep 2005||Coleraine Borough Council
Hugh Thomson collection
|£90,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Aug 2005||Glenullin Childcare Trust
The group is a full time childcare facility for 0-4 year olds, operating from Monday to Friday 8am - 6pm. The project will increase children-+s awareness of environmental issues and develop knowledge and understanding of plants and animals .
|£4,184||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Aug 2005||University of Ulster
Skills & Development - May 05. 'Glaze' Programme
|£13,215||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 Jul 2005||Glenullin Childcare Group
The group provides an afterschool childrecare faiclity for 5-11yr olds. The project will allow children to attend a summer scheme over 4 weeks.
|£4,671||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jul 2005||Riada Gymnastics & Trampoline Club
This Group Provides Training For Young People. The Project Will Give Members The Opportunity To Develop New Skills That Will Lead Onto Participation In Competitions.
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|29 Jun 2005||Royal British Legion - Ballymoney Branch
The Ballymoney branch of the Royal British Legion will use an award to hold a commemoration weekend to celebrate the anniversary of WW2, this will include an exhibition, a street party, and an evening dance. The event will be open to the local community.
|£5,975||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Jun 2005||Articlave Lambeg Drumming Club
The group offers classes and seminars for its members on the art of Lambeg drumming. The grant is to hold a community festival to celebrate and promote the cultural and historical importance of Lambeg Drumming, within a family orientated environment.
|22 Jun 2005||Millburn Community Association
The group works to improve the quality of life for local residents. The project will increase community participation through the organisation of a fun day for children and young people.
|22 Jun 2005||1st Castlerock Scout Group
The group aims to promote the spiritual, physical, social and intellectual development of young people and children in the Castlerock area. The project will allow the group to attend, organise and develop activities for its scouts through the purchase of
|£4,960||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Jun 2005||Riverside Theatre
Riverside Grass Roots, In-House and Beyond. (2005)
|£5,960||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|25 May 2005||Comhaltas Baile Eochaidh (Bellaghy CCE)
The Group Promotes Traditional Music In All Its Forms And The Grant Will Fund The Hosting And Organising Of The Derry Fleadh Cheoil.
|£3,810||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|25 May 2005||ICT @ Sunlea
The group offers ICT provision for the young people of the area. The project is to deliver a youth based programme using ICT, to help develop young people, personally and socially.
|£2,712||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 May 2005||North Coast Integrated College Limited
The college provides education for 11-18 year olds living in and around Coleraine. The grant will fund an adventure activity sport programme for students in feeder primary schools.
|£4,910||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 May 2005||Tullans Mini Soccer School
The Group Is Established To Provide Facilities Both Social And Recreational For Young People Living In The Riada Area Of Coleraine. The Grant Will Fund Additional Equipment To Cater For The Schools Growing Numbers Of Young People Who Attend.
|£1,250||Sport Northern Ireland|
|24 May 2005||ASP Living Costs
"Jenna McCorkell, "
|£9,800||Sport Northern Ireland|
|10 May 2005||Heights Community Association
The group organises and runs various events and activities for its community. The grant is to run a community festival and create a youth club with ongoing youth activities.
|10 May 2005||Macosquin Primary School
The award will allow this primary school to improve the health of children by providing playground markings and equipment which encourages physical play.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||Union Street Walking And Fitness Club
The group encourages health and fitness amongst adults through the organisation of activities. The award will assist the group in running four walks throughout Northern Ireland and ensuring the safety of participants through the purchase of equipment and
|£1,258||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||Millburn Primary School
The school provide education for 4-11yr olds. The grant will enable the school to promote outdoor activities by providing playground markings.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Apr 2005||Garvagh Pipe Band
Equipment-Musical Instruments for Bands
|£14,759||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Mar 2005||Aghadowey Womens Development Group
The group runs art and craft classes, yoga and old tyme dancing classes and attends outings throughout the year. The grant will enable the group to purchase chairs, stationery and a computer to assist in running its meetings and classes.
|10 Mar 2005||Coleraine Borough Council
This Local Authority has been awarded a grant as partial funding towards an air show. Second World War aircrafts such as the Spitfire, Hurricane and Lancaster Bomber will be on display. The local community and members of the Royal British legion will atte
|£20,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Mar 2005||Select Vestry
St Patrick's Church, Kilrea
|£83,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Feb 2005||Fibromyalgia Support North West
The group provides services and activities for the relief of Fibromyalgia sufferers and their families. The project will reduce social isolation by holding an event on Christmas day to bring together those people who would normally spend the day alone.
|24 Feb 2005||Northern Ireland Tolerance, Educational and Cultural Associa
The group teaches the Turkish culture to the community by holding classes and themed evenings. The grant will pay for a tutor to teach the English and Turkish language to men and women who have married Turkish immigrants and 11-16 yr olds, provide trans
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 Feb 2005||East-End Youth Football Club
The Club Gives Boys And Girls In The Area The Opportunity To Develop New Skills In Football And Play Tournaments. The Grant Will Enable The Club'S Coaches To Attend A Range Of Courses That Will Give Them A Recognised Qualification That Can Be Applied To
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|16 Feb 2005||Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre
|£8,500||Sport Northern Ireland|
|9 Feb 2005||St Columba's Primary School
This project will provide a polymeric multi-use games area (35x20m), fully fenced, which will greatly enhance the outdoor PE facilities at the school. The facility will increase pupils PE time from between 40-80 minutes per week to 110-120 minutes. Ther
|£110,561||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Jan 2005||University of Ulster
Exhibition Irish Linen: Inspiration-Transformation
|£26,232||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|