Lottery grants awarded to Londonderry in 2004

11 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Oct 2004 Dungiven Community Sets Club

The Group Promotes The Art Of Set Dancing Through The Provision Of Facilities And Opportunities To Participate In Classes And Events. The Project Will Allow The Group To Increase Participation And Skill Levels Through The Provision Of Equipment And Tutor

£1,335 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
14 Oct 2004 St Peter's & St Paul's Primary School, Dungiven

The grant will enable St Peter's & St Pual's Primary School to modernise the current multi purpose hall, apply new line markings to an existiing play area and provide internal and external PE equipment. This will ensure that PE within and beyond the curr

£27,728 New Opportunities Fund
6 Oct 2004 Foreglen Youth Club

The group provides activities for children between the ages of 5-18. The project will allow young people to be involved in new activities through the provision of additional equipment.

£4,821 New Opportunities Fund
30 Sep 2004 Roe Valley Folk Club

The Club Is Established To Promote The Common Aspects Of Different Cultures Through Folk Singing, Dancing And History. The Grant Will Provide A Series Of Workshops And Events, Culminating In A Festival Of Traditional Art Forms.

£5,000 Arts Council of Northern Ireland
30 Sep 2004 Feeny Youth Club

The organisation is established to provide social, educational and recreational facilities and activties for children between the ages of 11-16 years. The grant will provide an extensive educational and recreational programme for young people.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
31 Aug 2004 Gortnaghey Community Association Limited

The group provides community services and facilities for local residents. The award will allow the group to provide sports and arts activities for local children.

£3,490 New Opportunities Fund
27 Aug 2004 Gortgar/Greysteel Playgroup

The project will extend the group's existing building in County Londonderry, by creating an arts and music room. Office space will be increased, and a quiet discussion area will be developed.

£14,580 New Opportunities Fund
31 May 2004 L.A.T.C.H. Listening and Talking Can Help Limited

The group supports and raises awareness of the issues affecting young people with mental health and emotional difficulties. The project is an awareness raising conference for young people and their families, including drama and debates.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
31 May 2004 Hands That Talk

The Group Provides A Range Of Educational, Recreational And Social Activities Primarily For The Deaf Community. The Award Will Allow The Group To Purchase Recreational Equipment For Use In The Social Club.

£1,586 Sport Northern Ireland
18 May 2004 St Canice's Primary School, Feeny

This project will provide a re-surfaced sports hall with line marking for a range of sports, including netball, basketball and soccer. A play area for pupils will also be built and will include a rubber safety surface and play equipment. The overall pro

£35,039 New Opportunities Fund
30 Jan 2004 Burnfoot Seniors Group

The group provides activities for older people in a rural area. The project will reduce isolation among older people by providing educational classes and social activities on a weekly basis.

£2,213 Community Fund