43 matching grants found.
|13 Jun 2013||Carnlough Community Association
The group will use the grant to run a three-day carnival to coincide with the All Ireland Coastal Rowing Club Championships taking place in Carnlough in August 2013.
|£2,250||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Jun 2013||Carnlough Community Development Group
The grant will be used to deliver a summer scheme for young people.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Jan 2013||Carnlough Community Association
The grant will be used to run a luncheon club in their community centre for isolated older people living in the Glenarm, Broughshane & Braid areas of Ballymena, the Carnlough & Glenarm areas of Larne, & the Cushendall area of Moyle. Older people attendin
|£74,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Jul 2012||Carnlough Community Association
The grant will be used to provide a summer scheme, which will also include a health & well-being programme for older people. .
|£4,500||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Mar 2012||Glenarm Buildings Preservation Trust
Glenarm Heritage Activity Project
|£49,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Feb 2011||Carnlough Community Association
The group will use the grant to run a series of events for people of all ages in the local community.
|£7,810||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 2010||Carnlough Community Association
The group will use the grant to run the Carnlough C.A. Health & Wellbeing Luncheon Club which will improve and extend the luncheon club for local members by running activities such as alternative therapies and outings.
|£4,020||Big Lottery Fund|
|26 Mar 2009||Carnlough and Glenarm Parent and Toddler Group
The group aims to enhance the development and education of children between the ages of 0 and 14 by encouraging parents/guardians to understand and provide for the needs of their children. The project will create a safe play environment for the children.
|£1,384||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Sep 2008||Glenarm Old Presbyterian Church Committee
Glenarm (N.S) Presbyterian Church
|£100,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Apr 2008||Glenarm Youth Club
The young promotes activities for younger people living in the Glenarm area of co Antrim. The project will create further opportunities for younger and older people, through a range of trips and various activities.
|£8,805||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Sep 2007||The Select Vestry of St Patrick's, Tickmacrevan, Glenarm
St Patrick's Church, Glenarm II
|£58,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Aug 2006||Forest Glen Housing Committee
The group provides supported housing for older people, people with dementia, disabled people and those suffering from physical disabilities. The project will encourage interaction amongst residents, by equipping the group's common room.
|14 Jun 2006||Glenarm Rowing Club
The Club Provides Rowing Facilities And Takes Part In Rowing Competitions. The Project Is To Purchase New Equipment.
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2005||Glenarm Youth Club
The group offers sporting and recreational activities for children and young people, living in the Glenarm area of Co. Antrim. The project will encourage community participation, through offering young people an alternative social activity.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jul 2005||St John's Camogie Club, Carnlough
The Club Promotes And Develops The Game Of Camogie. The Project Will Provide Start Up Costs Including The Purchase Of Training Equipment, Training Costs For Coaches And Kits, To Establish The Club In Carnlough.
|£3,041||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Jun 2005||Carnlough Football Club
The Group (July 2002) Encourages Participation And Development In Football. The Grant Will Fund An Under 12 Football Tournament And Five-A-Side Competition For Young People.
|£1,632||Sport Northern Ireland|
|10 May 2005||Glenarm Village Committee Ltd
The group operates a tourist information service and community resource centre. The grant will allow the group to carry out a feasibility study.
|24 Feb 2005||Carnlough Rowing Club
The Club Encourages, Promotes And Preserves The Traditional Antrim Coast Sport Of Gig-Rowing And Racing With Particular Emphasis On Young People. The Grant Will Pay For Fitness Equipment To Raise The Fitness Levels Of Members Who Compete Or Enjoy The Spo
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Nov 2004||Glenlough Multi Sports Play Group
Upgrading of an existing all-weather play area into a floodlit multi-use games area
|£76,957||Sport Northern Ireland|
|31 Aug 2004||Glenarm Rowing Club
The Group Provides Training And Competitive Opportunities In The Traditional Sport Of Coastal Rowing. The Award Will Allow The Club To Increase Participation And Improve Training Facilities For Current Club Members Through The Purchase Of Equipment.
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|12 Mar 2004||Select Vestry of Parish of Tickmacrevan (Glenarm)
St Patrick's Church, Glenarm
|£92,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Larne Musical Festival Association
The Group Encourages Participation In Music. The Award Will Allow The Group To Increase Participation In Music Through A Music Festival.
|£1,020||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2003||St. Kevin's Independent Accordion Band
This Group Provides Tuition In Accordian And Coaches Members To Take Part In Competitions. The Award Will Allow The Group To Provide Professional Music Tuition For Members.
|£2,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|2 Sep 2003||The Irish Landmark Trust
Barbican at Glenarm Castle
|£160,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Jul 2003||James Connolly Flute Band, Carnlough
This Group Trains Young People To Play Musical Instruments And Enters Them In Competitions. The Project Is To Run Flute And Drum Classes For 50 Weeks In Glenlough Community Centre.
|£3,750||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|18 Jul 2003||Shane O'Neills GAA Club
The Club Provides Sporting Activities For Young People In The Glenarm Area Of Ballymena. The Project Is To Publish A Book To Celebrate The Club'S Centenary Year.
|£2,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Mar 2003||Ardclinis Parish Church Select Vestry
Ardclinis Parish Church, Carnlough
|£75,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Aug 2002||The Altmore Ensemble Musical Group
Group Teach And Provide Young People With Learning Teachniques And Building Teamwork As Well As Holding 2 Concerts Per Year. The Group Wants To Commission Special Musical Arrangement For Future Concerts And Purchase Suitable Banner Stands.
|£4,677||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Aug 2002||Carnlough Vintage Society
The Group Organise A Vintage Rally To Capture The Essence Of A Bygone Era. The Project Is To Allow The Group To Demonstrate Traditional Crafts And Machinery, Including Horse Shoeing, Sheep Shearing And Spinning Wool.
|£1,150||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Apr 2002||Glenarm Community Playgroup
The project is to continue with the provision of playgroup sessions to cater for up to 25 children including those with special needs. The grant, over 3 years, will contribute to the salaries of 3 part time posts (Playgroup Leader, Playgroup Assistant Le
|2 Jan 2002||Civil Service Retirement Fellowship NI Branch
The group organises social and educational events for retired civil servants and their partners to help prevent loneliness and isolation. The project will enable the group to hold a function for members to celebrate the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
|11 Jul 2001||Carnlough Vintage Society
This Group Organises The Carnlough Vintage Street Fair Which Provides Education And Entertainment For All Age Groups Based On Local Rural Heritage.They Will Pay For Street Fair Events, Publicity, Administration And Plaques With Their Award.
|£1,280||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Apr 2001||Glenlough Community Centre Management Committee
This group serves the two villages of Carnlough and Glenarm by providing and running the local community centre and helping community groups in their area. The grant will pay for office equipment including a computer, printer, display units, photocopier
|25 Jul 2000||Carnlough FC
Installation of drainage and re-surfacing of pitch
|£8,420||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Sep 1999||Carnlough Community Development Group
|£310,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Jul 1999||Carnlough and District Senior Citizens' Club
This group works for the benefit of senior citizens. The grant will pay for musical equipment, recreational items as well as entertainment and outings.
|1 Jul 1999||Carnlough Rowing Club
Millennium Community Awards Scheme
|£2,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|17 Jun 1999||The Brothers Dimm Ltd
The Furry Story
|£29,169||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 May 1999||Glenarm Community Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education. The grant will pay for play and musical equipment.
|19 Mar 1999||Carnlough Community Development Group
The project is to expand an existing community development project which aims to improve the environmental, social and economic conditions for the people of Carnlough and surrounding area. The grant, over three years, is for refurbishment, office equipmen
|27 Jan 1999||Larne Borough Council
Glenarm Harbour - Restoration
|£2,400,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jun 1996||Carnlough Rowing Club
Purchase of equipment
|£8,836||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Jun 1996||Carnlough Pre-School Playgroup
The one year grant is for the purchase of new equipment. The one year grant is for the purchase of new equipment.