90 matching grants found.
|27 Dec 2002||Confederation Of Community Groups
The project is to employ a worker who will help the 300 community and voluntary groups within the Newry and Mourne area to develop their external communications systems and facilitate greater communication between groups.
|19 Dec 2002||Drake Music Project Northern Ireland
|£22,880||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Dec 2002||The Kirknarra School Of Dance
The group provides young people with the opportunity to participate in Highland and Scottish dancing. The project is to part-fund the Winter dance programme.
|5 Dec 2002||Moneygore Pipe Band
|£7,874||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|2 Dec 2002||Home Start Newry And Mourne
The project is to continue the employment of the Family Group Worker and the Family Group Assistant for three years and to increase the Family Group Assistant's weekly hours from 8 to 12 so that the group can open for three instead of two mornings a week
|20 Nov 2002||Ballymartin Community Development Association
The group provides activities for the local community including senior citizen's outings / parties and fun days. The project is to hold social events for the local community including a funday and day trip to Portrush.
|20 Nov 2002||Making a Difference
The group provides community based activities inlcuding senior citizen's clubs and parent's groups, which are specifically focused at women. The project is to better equip the group to enable them to run a series of courses.
|20 Nov 2002||TAG (The Active Group)
This group, which was established in July 2002, caters for the needs of young people with a learning disability in the Newry area. It wishes to start up an office and launch a programme of meetings and outings which will include the cinema, swimming and
|20 Nov 2002||Burren Community Forum
Group provides support and encouragement to affiliated groups, provides administration services and produce a monthly newsletter. The group wants to provide training in basic book-keeping, legal structures and completing application forms as well as hold
|£1,950||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Nov 2002||Saint Josephs Boys High School Newry
The school's Jazz Swing Band will give children an opportunity to learn new instruments, play in an ensemble and perform in public. The school wishes to purchase the drums, trumpets, saxophones and trombones required to start the band.
|£2,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Nov 2002||Glenn Indoor Bowling Club
Group(Dec 2001) Provide Indoor Bowling Facilities For Young And Old People In Its Area And Participate In Competitions. The Group Wants To Provide Its Members With New Equipment To Allow Them To Enhance Its Skills.
|£2,850||Sport Northern Ireland|
|29 Oct 2002||Ardarragh Accordion Band
|£13,754||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|29 Oct 2002||Drumlough Highland Pipe Band
|£10,290||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|29 Oct 2002||Whitewater Pipe Band
|£12,537||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|29 Oct 2002||Warrenpoint Silver Band
|£14,999||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|28 Oct 2002||Scallywags
The grant will be used to create 32 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Newry, Northern Ireland.
|£8,689||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2002||Camphill Community Mourne Grange
|£12,874||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Oct 2002||Newry & Mourne Women Ltd
This Project Will Support Women'S Groups Through Provision Of Social And Educational Development, Providing Training Opportunities To Alleviate Social Isolation And Promote Greater Integration Within And Across Communities. It Aims To Influence Policy And
|11 Oct 2002||Newry And District Community Service Council
The project is to hire a Co-ordinator for a 3-year period, this person's role will be to organise a range of activities for both younger people and older people in an attempt to bridge the age gap between both generations so that they can learn to respect
|11 Oct 2002||Families In Agriculture & Rural Management (FARM) Support Gr
This group provides support to familes and its children in rural areas. Over 3 years, this grant will fund a full time IT facilitator/Group Developer, rent, running cost, training, travel costs, childcare costs and equipment.
|2 Oct 2002||Altnaveigh House Ltd
Equipment - instrument purchase
|£16,416||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|30 Sep 2002||Newry and Mourne Carers Limited
The project is to increase the level of activities that are available for older people within the Newry and Mourne area by providing general information evenings and a range of short courses for personal development and enjoyment courses include flower ar
|25 Sep 2002||Slieve Gullion Festival of Traditional Singing
The Group Organise An Annual Festival To Promote The Art Of Traditional Singing. The Project Is To Part-Fund The 21st Annual Traditional Singing Festival.
|£4,900||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|25 Sep 2002||Newry Safety For The Elderley And Vulnerable
The group aims to lessen the fear of crime for elderly and vulnerable in the Newry and Mourne area. It wishes to cover travel costs for a team of volunteers who will be fitting safety equipment in people's homes.
|25 Sep 2002||Altnaveigh House Womens Group
The group exists to promote learning and improve the quality of life of women in its local area. It wishes to hold a community event to unveil the ceramic mural that was created by the arts and craft class.
|25 Sep 2002||Carnegat Area Community Association
The group provides a range of educational and recreational activities for the community. The project is to provide young people with the opportunity to participate in a residential programme.
|25 Sep 2002||Newry and Mourne Deaf Club
The group provides social, educational and recreational activities for deaf people in Newry and Mourne. It wishes to hold a conference to raise awareness about deaf issues, to take 30 members on a three-day trip to Derry and to run yoga and Tai Chi class
|25 Sep 2002||Newtown Lir Ladies
Group holds education classes information and community events. The group wants to teach local women flower arranging, caligraphy, photography and therapy .
|£3,409||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Sep 2002||Camphill Community Mourne Grange
Access - 3 year programme
|£50,483||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Sep 2002||Community Development & Health Network
Access - 3 year programme
|£94,808||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Sep 2002||Newry and Mourne Health & Social Service
Access - 1 year programme
|£28,909||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|16 Aug 2002||M.A.R.C.I.A (Meadow/Armagh Road Communities In Action)
The grant will be used to sustain the 32 after school places originally funded for children aged 3 - 14 year old in Newry, Northern Ireland.
|£13,440||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Aug 2002||Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann Rhin Mhic Giolla Rua
Group promotes teaches playing of traditional music. The group wants to hold music classes and workshops for the local community to enable the group to perform locally. (tutors to be confirmed)
|£3,425||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Aug 2002||Newry and Mourne Carers Limited
Group provide activities for young disabled children eg, dram and art workshops, and hold educational classes. The group wants to continue a project (previously funded by ACNI)in painting, scultpure, mosaic, glass, paper workshops and finish by holding a
|£4,942||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Aug 2002||Lower Mourne Branch, Gaelic League
The group promote cultural understanding through the medium of the Irish Language. The project is to run a Irish language summer school for children in August 2002.
|14 Aug 2002||The A Team (Laurels Self-Advocacy Group)
The group is an independent self-advocacy group, representing users of the Laurels Day Centre. It wishes to purchase video recording and photography equipment to run training on video recording.
|14 Aug 2002||The Villagers Senior Citizens Club
The group provides a social outlet including outings for elderly people in the community to combat isolation. The project is to provide classes and outings for members.
|26 Jun 2002||Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann - Gleann Branch
The Group Provide Individuals With An Opportunity To Attend Traditional Irish Music Sessions And Learn To Play Traditional Instruments. The Project Will Enable The Group To Purchase Musical Instruments And Teach Children To Play Instruments.
|£3,672||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|26 Jun 2002||Forkhill Senior Citizens
This Group Provides A Wide Range Of Services For Older People Including Art Classes, A Luncheon Club And Health-Related Activities. It Wishes To Develop An Art/Drama Project, To Take 53 Older People On A 5-Day Holiday And To Train Them In Digital Photogr
|£3,293||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|26 Jun 2002||Glenshee Music Collective
The Group Promotes Folk Music In The Newry And Mourne Area. It Wishes To Run A Week-Long Summer School For Young People, Covering A Range Of Topics For Aspiring Singers And Musicians.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|26 Jun 2002||Arts Providers Partnership
The Group Facilitates Arts Based Programmes For Marginalised Young People. It Wishes To Run A Visual, Music And Video Project, Introducing Young People To The Media And Leading To The Production Of A Cd, Video And Installation.
|£4,880||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|26 Jun 2002||Moneygore Rural Development Association
The group provides a range of social, educational and cultural activities for residents in a rural area. The project is to conduct special repairs to their community hall.
|26 Jun 2002||Burren Community Forum
The group serve as an umbrella body for a range of groups in the area to co-ordinate existing activities and improve upon the activities available. The project is to prepare a development plan, to objectively review the organisation and plot future goals
|26 Jun 2002||Jolly Tots Parent And Toddler Group
The group provide a safe and relaxing environment for parents and children to enhance their development. The project is to assist this recently established group with start-up costs.
|£4,997||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Meigh Community Playgroup
Group provides pre-school activities for under 5's. The group wants to provide a safe outdoor play environment to ensure the safety of its members.
|£3,969||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Castlewellan & District Agricultural Show Limited
Group provides activities from arts, crafts enivronmental studies and organise an agricultural show. The group wants to bring understanding of environmental activities through its agricultural show to the wider community and display its quilt making for
|£4,370||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Ballinran Youth Club
The group provides a range of activities for young people including arts/crafts, cookery, sports, games & outdoor pursuits, which are specifically tailored to the particular age group. The project will enable the group to run a summer scheme.
|£1,350||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Kitty's Road Community Association
Group provides activities for all ages in its area. The group wants to hold a cross community festival aiming to establish relationships among young people.
|£4,050||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Jun 2002||Lisnacree Community Association
The group runs an aftershool club, youth club, classes and a senior citizen's group for people in Lisnacree. It wishes to run a six month programme of activities for young people aged 5 to 16 years.
|£3,480||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Jun 2002||Newry & Mourne District Council
Construction of changing rooms
|£70,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|11 Jun 2002||St Patrick's GAC
Construction of changing pavilion
|£50,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|24 May 2002||Atticall Childcare Limited
The grant will be used to sustain 16 of the 16 after school places originally funded for children 4 - 11 years old in County Down.
|£11,200||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 May 2002||Newry Heritage and Development Association
This Group Promotes The Culture, Heritage And History Of The Ulster/British Community In Newry And It Wishes To Run A Jubilee Project Over 2 Weeks.
|£4,930||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 May 2002||The Kirknarra School Of Dance
Group Provides Classes In Scottish Dancing And Provides Information On Cultural Awareness. The Group Wants To Hold A Junior Dance Class (Lindsey Ellis) And Provide The Correct Dance Materials For The Children.
|£2,170||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|15 May 2002||Newry And District Community Service Council
Group provides a range of services for older people eg. day centre,lunch club and transport. The group wants to hold arts activities, story tellings and workshops.
|15 May 2002||Newry Judo School
Group Teaches Judo As A Sport And Form Of Self Defenceas Well As Providing Courses On Personal Development. The Group Want To Ensure The Safety Of All Players By Providing The Correct Equipment And Would Allow The Group To Function.
|£2,500||Sport Northern Ireland|
|19 Apr 2002||Bessbrook True Blues Flute Band
|£7,149||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Apr 2002||St Joseph's Longstone
|£10,088||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Apr 2002||Pride of Ballinran Flute Band
|£9,347||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Apr 2002||Tullyvallen Silver Band
|£13,958||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|5 Apr 2002||Scrogg Area Community Association
The group provides youth programmes, summer festival, activities for older people, training and information and advice on housing issues. The group wants to attract new members and develop curent activities and aims to increase community participation an
|5 Apr 2002||Glenanne, Loughgilly And Mountnorris Silver Threads Group
Group meets monthly and provides social and recreational activities. The group wants to bring the residents together for a number of events to improve the quality of life in the area.
|5 Apr 2002||Puzzle Playgroup & Warrenpoint Mother & Toddler Group
The project will continue to provide 7 playgroup sessions per week (5 mornings and 2 afternoons) for up to 24 children per session. The grant, over 2 years, will pay for the salaries of 4 part time posts (Playgroup Leader, Deputy Playgroup Leader, 2 Play
|5 Apr 2002||Burren Community Forum
Burren Community Forum aims to provide a range of services to the local community. This includes initiative targeted at unemployed people, rural regeneration, advice and information and education and training opportunitiesThe grant, over 2 years, is fo
|29 Mar 2002||Rosa Ltd
ROSA LTD will use this grant to sustain 48 childcare places in Silverbridge, County Down.
|£19,814||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Mar 2002||Families In Agriculture & Rural Management (FARM) Support Gr
Group provide advice on funding bodies, rural development issues, training and tutoring for young people. The group want to give their members the opportunity to meet together and provide children with a creche/play facility when their parents are attend
|27 Mar 2002||South Armagh Rural Women's Network
Group provide advice, training and information services for women. The group want to develop their members by introducing personal development and assertiveness training which will enable the women to return to full time/part time employment.
|27 Mar 2002||Mourne Youth Community Association
This group is established to promote the education and personal development of young people in the Mourne area. It wishes to run a programme called 'Moving On', based on sport and recreation.
|27 Mar 2002||Newry and Mourne Visually Impaired Club (Known as Vip Club)
The group provide social, recreational and sporting activities for blind and partially sighted people. The project is to enable the group to provide trips for members.
|27 Mar 2002||Meadow & Armagh Road Community Association
This group advances education and provides social/recreational facilities for their community. It wishes to purchase computer equipment.
|27 Mar 2002||Creggan Local History Society
The Group Encourage People To Learn About Local History And Assist In The Preservation Of Local Places Of Interest. The Project Is To Enable The Group To Produce And Launch Its Own Local History Book.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Mar 2002||Arbour House
The group provides weekend and summer respie for adults with learning disabilities. The project is to develop a comprehensive programme of activity for guests who have a learning disability.
|£4,955||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Mar 2002||St. Malachy's Primary School
This primary school, in the Camlough area of Newry, wish to run after school camogie coaching for children.
|£800||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Mar 2002||Dominican @ Orana
Newry and Mourne District Council
|£1,119||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Mar 2002||Cycling Ulster
|£10,400||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Feb 2002||Kidzone
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Newry.
|£23,234||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Feb 2002||Shopmobility Newry
This project will continue the employment of the co-ordinators and expand the service to Newry town centre.
|14 Feb 2002||Confederation Of Community Groups
This project is a development of a previous award and therefore, over 2 years, is to continue the Community Development Programme.
|6 Feb 2002||Silverbridge Harps Gaelic Athletic and Social Club
The Group Provide Arts, Sports And Social Facilities In A Rural Area. The Project Will Enable The Group To Stage Productions In Their New Hall.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Feb 2002||Dorsey Women Together
Dorsey Women Together were set up to promote the welfare of women and their families in the Dorsey area. They wish to run an educational programme and host a series of celebrations.
|6 Feb 2002||Newry Gymnastics Club
This Club Provides Coaching In Gymnastics And Provides Girls With An Opportunity To Achieve Awards Through Display And Competitions. This Project Will Develop, Through Their Training, Young Coaches And An Effective Communication System To Promote The Club
|£1,570||Sport Northern Ireland|
|6 Feb 2002||Camloch Craobh Rua
This Hurling Club Currently Have Teams At U12, U14, And U16 Level. This Project Will Target Six Surrounding Areas For Coaching To Develop Hurling And Is Aimed At Children Aged 6-11.
|£4,602||Sport Northern Ireland|
|2 Jan 2002||The Bosco Drama Group
This Drama Group Works With Young People Aged 6-25 Years From Disadvantaged Communities, It Gives The Youth The Opportunity To Particiipate, Gain Skills & Knowledge And Build Up Their Self Confidence And Self Esteem. The Grant Will Help Purchase Sound/Lig
|£4,418||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|2 Jan 2002||Sparks In The Dark
Sparks In The Dark Are A Drama And Arts Club Which Aims To Involve And Promote Drama Amongst Both Able Bodied And Disabled Young People. The Grant Will Help Build A Link With The Share Centre In Co. Fermanagh And Develop Artistic Skills In Drama.
|£4,200||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|2 Jan 2002||Ceol Camloch
Ceol Camloch Aim To Promote The Music Of South Armagh And Surrounding Areas Amoung Local People And Those From Further Afield. The Grant Will Hire 5 Renowned Master Musicians For Workshops And Night Concerts Helping To Promote Traditional Music.
|£2,800||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|2 Jan 2002||Parents and Professionals and Autism - Newry and Mourne Bran
This group provides support to local families with children with autistic spectrum disorders, they run monthly evening meetings for parents and invited guest speakers. They wish to send 10 families on a respite break in July 2002.
|2 Jan 2002||Dromintee and Jonesboro Luncheon Club
Group provides a weekly day care service for older people living in this area. They provide meals and also implement a programme of activities such as arts, crafts and education. The are holding a new years event for 100 people in the community.
|2 Jan 2002||Dromintee and Jonesboro Playgroup
The group provides pre-school provision for children . They aim to develop children physically, socially and emotionally by providing opportunities to learn through play. They wish to equip their new hall.
|2 Jan 2002||The Kilkeel Schomberg Society
The Group Provide Young People With An Opportunity To Learn About The Traditions Of The Fife And Drum And Are Encouraged To Take Part In Re-Enactments. The Project Is To Purchase Equipment To Be Used At Padgents And In Re-Enactments.
|£4,614||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Jan 2002||Newry Wheelers Cycling Club
The Group Provides Individuals Of All Ages With An Opportunity To Participate In Organised Cycling Training And Competitions. The Project Will Enable The Group To Purchase Safety Equipment.
|£2,281||Sport Northern Ireland|