65 matching grants found.
|13 Dec 2006||St. Oliver Plunkett Youth Club
The club caters for young people aged between 8 - 25 years, helping to provide social, educational and recreational activities for it-+s members. The project will create further opportunities for young people through the purchase of computer and gymnastic
|£9,910||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Dec 2006||The A Team (Laurels Self-Advocacy Group)
The group aims to represent the interests of people with learning difficulties who attend the Laurels Day centre, in the Newry and Mourne area. The project will develop a physical activity programme for people with learning difficulties, through the purc
|£9,275||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 Nov 2006||Magheramurphy Cultural Association
The group provides facilities for social, recreational and educational activities. The project is to install a new kitchen to the maximise use of the groups facilities.
|8 Nov 2006||Newry and Mourne District Council
The council services its local community in the Newry and Mourne area. The project will deliver district wide coaching, specifically in disability soccer, at grassroots level.
|£6,685||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 Nov 2006||Lisnamulligan Rural Association
The group holds social and health related activities for its members. The project will teach members new skills in Old Tyme dancing.
|£2,300||Big Lottery Fund|
|24 Oct 2006||Mrs Agnes Murnin
Exhibition of jewellery
|£1,256||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|24 Oct 2006||Miss Tracey Mc Verry
Purchase of specialist fusing equipment and materials.
|£2,550||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|24 Oct 2006||Josephine Keegan
Publish second book of compositions of Irish tunes
|£3,500||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|24 Oct 2006||Geraldine Bradley
Solo Traditional Song Album
|£2,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Oct 2006||Ring of Gullion CCE Forkhill
The Group Promotes And Teaches Traditional Irish Music. The Project Will Deliver Musical Workshops In Various Instrument Grades To All Age Groups Within The Community.
|£5,800||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Oct 2006||Donaghmore Development Association
The group exists to promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Donaghmore and surrounding areas. The project will help to develop and increase peoples skills through a wide range of activities, as well as upgrade the kitchen facilities within the hall fro
|11 Oct 2006||Ard Cuimhnemah
The Group Provides Educational Activities Including Developing The Usage And Interest Of Irish Language And Develops The Interest In Living History Projects. The Project Will Allow The Group To Archive Material Into A Living Museum Which Will Be Made Ava
|£8,206||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Altnaveigh House Womens Group
The group provides social and cultural opportunitites for women. The project will encourage women to take part in regular exercise by providing walking sessions and dance/exercise classes. Dance instructor -ú50 per session x 8 sessions. (-ú400) Hire of hall
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Cranfield Cultural Society
The group holds educational and cultural activities. The project will increase physical activity amongst the local community by holding dance classes.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Crossmaglen U3A
The group holds social and recreational activities for its members. The project will increase physical activity amongst older people by attending yoga, bowls and swimming lessons.
|£915||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Jerrettspass Community Association
The group holds social events for members. The project will increase physical activity amongst members by holding line dancing and walking activities.
|£999||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Action Mental Health
The group provides programmes and assistance for people suffering from mental ill health. The project is to develop an outdoor physical activity programme.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||The Green Bank Circle Of Women
The group promotes the benefit of women and provides facilities to improve their health, in the Newry area. The project will deliver structured walks and an activity based residential, aimed at increasing the fitness of rural women.
|£840||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Newry & Mourne Women Ltd
The group provides opportunities for women to participate in educational and social activities. The project is to provide an activity and fitness programme.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Three Ways Community Association
The group holds educational and recreational activities for the local community. The project will enable young people to participate in a range of physical exercises.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||High Zone Women's Group
The group holds a range of activities for women in its area. The project will bring women who are sedentary together to participate in aerobics and a walking tour.
|£340||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Newry Rainbow Community
Newry Rainbow Community is a social, befriending and information organisation for the benefit of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered community in Newry city and surrounding counties of Armagh, Down and Louth. This project will provide a multi-activ
|£330||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Newry and Mourne Deaf Club
Newry amd Mourne Deaf Club provide activities with the object of improving conditions of life for all deaf people or hard of hearing in the Newry and Mourne area. This project will provide three sessions of tai chi, dancing, healthy eating and diet infor
|£970||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Time for Mums
Time for Mums aims to support and create an atmosphere of mutual support for women suffering from post natal depression/stress. This project will provide a six week pilates, and a six weekdance class for 20 women suffering from post natal depression.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Newry & Mourne MS Society NI
This group aims to support and relieve people affected by multiple sclerosis to attain their full potential as members of society by improving their conditions of life. This project will promote physical exercise among people with multiple sclerosis thro
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Oct 2006||Toppany Womens Group
The group promotes benefits of community projects to Belleeks village and surrounding area. The project is to provide the opportunity for women to participate in a physical activity and healthy eating programme
|£360||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Sep 2006||Bessbrook & Divernagh Womens Association
The group holds social, educational and recreational activities for its members. The project will allow members to participate in a range of led walks.
|£930||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Sep 2006||Aughnagurgan Rural Development Association
The group provides social and educational facilities for people living in rural Armagh. In particular they promote education in Ulster-Scots music and culture. This project will prove ten weeks of dance classes for people who are sedentary, elderly and l
|£850||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Sep 2006||Annalong Community Development Association Limited
The group was formed to facilitate social and economic regeneration, as well as helping to improve the environment of Annalong - Co Down, and foster community relationships. The project will bring young people together from both sides of the community to
|£3,069||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|13 Sep 2006||Clonduff Youth Club
The group provides social and sports activities. The project is to develop and enhance the current provision of services.
|13 Sep 2006||Newry Rainbow Community
The organisation is established to provide a support and an information service for the benefit of people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgendered. The project will provide support activities and information to disciminated people, living in the N
|£4,208||New Opportunities Fund|
|13 Sep 2006||The Pelvic Partnership
The project provides information and support for women with pelvic joint pain related to pregnancy, their families and carers. The group aims to host a conference to raise awareness of SPD/PGP and its effective management. Part fund printing, catering/ven
|£4,288||New Opportunities Fund|
|13 Sep 2006||Kilbroney Park Preservation Society
The project promotes awareness and interest of Kilbroney Park by liasing with other groups, sporting bodies and the local Council. The group will provide educational and environamental activities to aid in the promotion of the park.
|£2,726||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Aug 2006||Newpoint Players
The Group Provides A Platform For Actors From The Age Of 10 To Develop Their Talents In Dance, Drama And Music. The Project Hopes To Provide An 8 Week Summer Theatre School For 14-20 Year Olds. Hire Of Rehearsal And Performance Space (-ú1650), Professional
|£4,617||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|9 Aug 2006||Armagh Festival of Traditional Song
The Group Holds An International Festival Of Traditional Song Each Year, In The Armagh And Surrounding Areas. The Funding Will Cover Part Costs Towards A Three Day Event With Professional Artists.
|£8,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|9 Aug 2006||Legananny & District Youth Club
The group was established to promote the benefit and development of all ages groups within the community. The project will expand participation within the group, by upgrading the kitchen within the hall from where it operates.
|9 Aug 2006||Lisnacree Community Association
The group offers a range of activities for various groups within the Killkeel area of Co Down, including, older people's group, youth group's, parent and toddler group. The project will offer older people an alternative social outlet, where they can inte
|12 Jul 2006||Glascar Ploughing Society
The Group Brings Together People From The Community To Preserve The Art Of Ploughmanship And Encourage Younger Members To Participate In Ploughing Competitions. The Project Is A Ploughing Contest In September 06 Which Will Encourage Participation From Pl
|£1,458||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|12 Jul 2006||Forkhill Women's Group
The group provides educational and recreational activities for women and their families. The project is to organise educational and recreational activities for older women. Tuition -ú20 per hour for craft classes x 36 hours, -ú20 per hour for holistic class
|£3,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Jun 2006||The Fews Community Association
The group runs activities for people of all ages who live in the Newtownhamilton area of Newry. The funding will help buy new sports equipment.
|£976||Big Lottery Fund|
|14 Jun 2006||Glenanne Womens Institute
The group holds monthly meetings and educational classes. The project will give members of the group the opportunity to celebrate its 60th Anniversary by holding a meal and attend a one day arts and craft course at the Rural College, Draperstown.
|14 Jun 2006||Meadow & Armagh Road Community Association
The group offers a wide range of social, recreational and educational facilities for all age groups. The project will expand participation within the group, by taking its young members on educational trips and offering arts/drama activities, multi sports
|£3,338||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Jun 2006||Tullyvallen Youth Football Club
The Group Provides Football Coaching For Young People Between 7 And 16 Years. The Project Is To Setup Weekly Coaching Sessions.
|£4,602||Sport Northern Ireland|
|6 Jun 2006||Slieve Gullion Festival of Traditional Singing
The Len Graham Field Recordings - New Work 06/07
|£17,615||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|17 May 2006||Newry And District Community Service Council
The group advances education and provides facilities to improve the quality of life of people living in the Newry and Mourne district. The funding will pay for a cross talk project, involving older and younger people, who will learn from each other, thro
|10 May 2006||Altnaveigh House Ltd
Altnaveigh House Ulster Scots & Gaelic School of music & Trad Cultures
|£10,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|4 May 2006||The Saint John Bosco Regional Youth Centre
The group offers various personal and social development programmes for young people. The project will encourage cross community participation, through a summer scheme and residential, taking place in the Summer of 2006.
|£4,668||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 May 2006||Home Start Newry And Mourne
The group offers a service in the Newry & Mourne areas, providing friendship and informal support to parents with young children. The project will enable the group to recruit and train new volunteers, helping to develop their skills and knowledge and inc
|£4,960||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 May 2006||Crossmaglen U3A
The group provides recreational and educational activities for older members of the community. The project will expand participation within the group, by teaching group members to make articles in tiffany glass, such as ornamental lamps.
|£601||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 May 2006||Valley Colts Youth Football Club
The Group Provides Development And Coaching In Football For Young People, Living In The Kilkeel Area Of Newry And Mourne. The Project Will Provide A Tournament For Under Twelve Years Olds And A Day Trip To Scotland For Under Sixteens, To Develop Skills A
|£900||Sport Northern Ireland|
|3 May 2006||St. Joseph's Primary School
Work of Reggio Emilia
|£7,094||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|3 May 2006||Kilkeel Nursery School
|£6,977||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|19 Apr 2006||Poyntzpass Community Regeneration Company Limited
The group provides facilities of a social, educational and recreational nature for its community in the Poyntzpass area of Newry. The grant will fund the installation of an audio video intercom system, to improve the security of its hall and provide a sa
|19 Apr 2006||Magnet Young Adult Centre
This group works with young people aged 16-25yrs and hold activities in personal development, music media and sexual health awareness. The project will give young women the opportunity to attend a residential to follow up on International Women-+s day.
|£3,415||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Apr 2006||St Mark's High School
The school provides secondary education for young people, in the Warrenpoint area of Co Down. The project will deliver after school golf coaching for young people, through the provision of new golfing bays at the school grounds.
|£4,686||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Apr 2006||The City Strikers (Special Olympics Bowling Club)
The Group Provides Sports Training And Competitions For Athletes With Learning Difficulties. The Project Will Deliver Coaching Sessions For Volunteers To Develop The Skills Within The Group And Provide New Equipment.
|£3,365||Sport Northern Ireland|
|27 Mar 2006||The Northern Ireland Community Development And Health Networ
The project will provide a programme of information and suppot to enable community workers to increase the impact they make on reducing health inequalities.
|22 Mar 2006||Aughnagurgan Rural Development Association
The group promotes community involvement, through community activities. The project will develop and promote community skills, through training sessions and other community services.
|22 Mar 2006||Burren Community Forum
The group co ordinates community based initiatives to improve services, facilities and opportunities for all members and wider community. The project will enable the group to offer a more efficient service to the community.
|20 Mar 2006||The A-Team
This two-year project will increase the range of physical activity opportunities available to people with learning disabilities in the Newry and Mourne area, and provide adequate support for people to access these activities. Cycling, trampolining, dance
|£28,650||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Feb 2006||Ti Chulainn Cultural Centre
Ar nDuchas (Our Heritage)
|£25,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Feb 2006||Newry and Mourne Visually Impaired Club (Known as Vip Club)
The group provides an opportunity for visually impaired people to meet and interact with one another, in a safe and friendly environment. The project will create opportunities for interaction, thereby improving members quality of life, promote independen
|1 Feb 2006||Cnocnafeola Centre
Ballroom of Romance
|£25,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Feb 2006||Newry and Mourne Carers Limited
The group provides training and support for carers in the in the Newry and Mounre area. The project is to develop a carers garden and reflection point in McClelland Park, Newry to educate volunteers in caring and environmental issues.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Feb 2006||Newry & Mourne Sub Aqua Club
The Group Offers Sub Aqua Diving Courses And Activities In The Newry And Mourne Area. The Project Is To Purchase A Nitrox Compressor, Oxygen Analyser And Low Pressure Receiver.
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|