Lottery grants awarded to Londonderry in 2001

10 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
14 Nov 2001 Faughanvale Womens Activity Group

The group provide a wide range of services for local women including arts & parenting classes, creche facilities and recreational events. The project will allow the group to hold a celebration day and develop their sewing club.

£4,779 Community Fund
2 Oct 2001 Glenshane Care Association Limited

Glenshane Care Centre is a day care centre for locally disabled people, offering activities covering a wide range of activities such as woodwork, flower arranging, exercise and relaxation, music and cookery. The grant, over two years, is for the salary

£39,501 Community Fund
5 Sep 2001 Roe Valley Folk Club

Roe Valley Youth

£10,000 Arts Council England
25 Jun 2001 Dungiven/Burnfoot Family Support Initiative

The grant will be used to create 48 before-school places, 104 after-school places and 104 holiday for children aged 4 - 14 years old in Limavady. 24 local schools will be served by the creation of 3 new clubs and the expansion of 1 existing club.

£98,722 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jun 2001 Roe Valley Folk Club

This Group Provides Workshops For People In Traditional Song, Verse, Music And Dance. The Money Awarded Will Contribute Towards A Folk Festival, 12 Monthly Workshops, Folk Events And Performances.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
26 Apr 2001 Listening and Talking Can Help

Latch is dedicated to identifying those at risk of suicide and self harm and provide counselling or appropiate referral, a 24 hour helpline and drop in service.

£5,000 Community Fund
30 Mar 2001 Foreglen Playgroup Association

This playgroup caters for up to 22 children aged between three and five years. The grant, over two years, will pay for salaries.

£33,126 Community Fund
14 Mar 2001 Feeny Community Association Ltd.

North Sperrin Heritage Trail

£86,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2001 Kids' Inn

The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-11 years old in Londonderry. Schools served will be Broadbridge, Craigbank, Eglinton and Faughanvale Primary schools.

£22,400 New Opportunities Fund
22 Feb 2001 Feeny Youth Club

This group aims to provide social, cultural, educational and recreational activities for the 11-16 year old age group in the Feeny area. The grant will go towards running an Easter and Summer programme of activities and will pay for transport costs, venu

£5,000 Community Fund