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|10 May 2005||Holy Cross Accordion Band Atticall
The Group Participates In Parades And Competitions Throughout Northern And Southern Ireland. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Hire Music And Percussion Tutors Over The Next 12 Months.
|£3,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|10 May 2005||Martins Lane Area Community Association
The group offers various activities and programmes to its community and surrounding areas. The grant is to part fund costs involved in delivering various community activities.
|10 May 2005||Altnaveigh House Ltd
The organisation acts as a catalyst to empower the declining Protestant community of the greater Newry and Mourne area; it aims to assist the Protestant community to rebuild itself as a vibrant and cohesive entity within the area; it also aims to improve
|10 May 2005||Newry and Mourne District Citizen Advice Bureau
The Organisation Provides Free, Independent, Impartial And Confidential Advice And Information To Anyone In The Newry And Mourne Area. The Project Is To Ensure That The Organisation Can Continue To Provide An Information And Advice Service With Longer Ope
|10 May 2005||Lisnacree Community Association
The group runs an after school club, youth club, educational classes and a senior citizen's group for people in the Lisnacree area. The project will involve local young people in activities and introduce them to new experiences as part of a summer scheme.
|£3,495||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||The Kilkeel Schomberg Society
The Kilkeel Schomberg Society will use their award to recapture the atmosphere, colour and music of the wartime era with a Second World War History Day and an outdoor concert. The History Day will include a photographic display and a lecture on the experi
|£20,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||River Valley Development Association Ltd
The Association Is Established For The Promotion For The Public Benefit Of Urban Or Rural Regeneration, In Areas Of Social And Economic Deprivation, Including The Preservation Of Buildings Or Sites. The Grant Will Part Fund Costs Of An Overall Project Wh
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|5 May 2005||The Mournes School of Highland Dance
The group promotes culture, arts, music and dance of the Ulster Scots people. The grant will enable the group to hold highland dance classes for women in the area and increase physical activity.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 May 2005||Culloville and District Community Association
This group holds information evenings and arranges social and recreational activities for the local community. The grant will enable 20 women to attend swimming lessons at its local leisure complex.
|£1,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|3 May 2005||Royal British Legion Bessbrook Branch
The Bessbrook Branch of the Royal British Legion have been awarded a grant to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War by having a parade and service. This will be followed by a street party with an old soldier's display.
|£770||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Apr 2005||St Mary's High School
This project at St Mary's High School, Newry, will enhance the school's sports facilities by creating and equipping a fitness suite. The fitness suite (5.95m x 9.05m), located beside the gym, will allow all 234 of the schools 14 - 17 year old pupils to p
|£52,019||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 Mar 2005||Dunnaman Children's Centre
The two-year grant will allow the centre to continue to offer high-quality, accessible and affordable pre-school, after school childcare and summer activities for children aged between six weeks and 12. The grant will pay for salaries and general running
|31 Mar 2005||Dunnaman Children's Centre
The grant will help the centre maintain a vital drop-in nursery for children up to the age of the age of three in Kilkeel. The three-year grant will pay for salaries.
|30 Mar 2005||Altnaveigh House Ltd.
Dancing Feet and Highland History
|£15,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Mar 2005||Windmill Stars Football Club
The Group Offers Youth And Senior Football Coaching And Training Sessions To Members. The Grant Is To Help With Transport Costs For Youth Soccer Training And Coaching Sessions, Equipment And Pitch Hire.
|£1,500||Sport Northern Ireland|
|1 Mar 2005||Parish of Upper Killeavy
St Joseph's Church, Meigh
|£100,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Feb 2005||Mourne Stimulus LTD
The project provides a horticultural work opportunities for adults with a learning disability. The three-year grant will pay for salaries and management costs.
|24 Feb 2005||Lissummon Community Association
The Group Provides Social, Recreational And Educational Activities For Its Communities In Various Areas Of Newry. The Grant Will Fund New Sports And Recreational Equipment To Engage Younger And Older People Within The Community To Participate In Healthie
|£3,178||Sport Northern Ireland|
|28 Jan 2005||Orana Family Support Centre
The project will create an outdoor play facility that will benefit current users, local children and will accomodate people with disabilities within Newry, County Down. It will also increase the opportunities available to children using the Respite Centr
|£13,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Dec 2004||Altnaveigh House Ltd
Altnaveigh House is a voluntary organisation that aims to improve the quality of training, recreation and cultural provision for the protestant community in the Newry and greater Mourne area. The grant, originally over three years, is for the salaries of
|17 Nov 2004||Meadow & Armagh Road Community Association
The association provides social, educational, recreational and centre activities for its community in the Newry area. The grant will provide a series of seasonal activities at Christmas for older and younger people, bringing generations together to impro
|17 Nov 2004||Mourne Local Studies Group
The Group Organises Talks, Outings, Publications And The Assembly Of Archive Materials, Fostering An Interest In All Aspects Of The Mourne Region And In Particular, The Kingdom Of Mourne. The Grant Will Purchase Ict Equipment, Introducing The Use Of Mode
|£4,191||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Nov 2004||Valley Colts Youth Football Club
The Club Provides Opportunities For Young People Under 18 Years Old To Gain Training Skills Of Association Football In The Kilkeel Area. The Grant Will Pay For Trips And Equipment To Bring Youth Football In Its Area Forward, Uniting The Community.
|£1,800||Sport Northern Ireland|
|30 Oct 2004||Mourne Youth Community Association
The Group Delivers Programmes And Projects Of Activity For Young People. The Award Will Allow The Group To Run A Series Of Arts Workshops Focusing On Young People Who Are Currently Excluded From These Activities.
|£4,205||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|30 Oct 2004||Ceol Camloch
The Group Promotes Participation In Traditional Music. The Award Will Allow It To Bring Top Musicians To The Local Area During 7 Informal Music Events Which Will Be Open To The Public.
|£4,940||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|30 Oct 2004||Newpoint Players
The Group Promotes And Supports Drama Activities. The Project Will Help With Costs To Run A 8 Week Drama Summer School For The Younger Group Members, Particularly Focusing On Shakespearean Drama.
|£4,100||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|30 Oct 2004||Newtownhamilton Community Association
The Group Provides Cross Community Activities And Events For Local People. The Award Will Allow The Group To Run A Project Involving Young People In Writing And Recording A Music Album And Performing A Concert For The Local Community.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|30 Oct 2004||Atticall Golden Club
The Club aims to enhance the lives of the senior citizens in the Atticall Area and to help reduce isolation in a rural area. The funding will enable the senior citizens to undertake social outings to Lisburn and Bangor.
|30 Oct 2004||South Armagh Rural Women's Network
The group provides advice, support, training and information to women in South Armagh. The project will enable the group to recruit new members, involve members in project planning and development and provide training.
|30 Oct 2004||George Lavery Amateur Boxing Club
The Club Provides Fitness, Boxing, Weight And Athletic Training For People In The Hilltown Area Of Co Down. The Grant Will Provide Coaching And Help Establish A Boxing And Athletics Club For Young People Aged 10-22 Years.
|£4,875||Sport Northern Ireland|
|20 Oct 2004||The Schomberg Thistle Club
The group provides facilities for older people to meet on a weekly basis. The award will reduce social isolation among older people through the provision of a lunch club and social activities in this its first year of operation.
|20 Oct 2004||Carnegat Area Community Association
The group provides training and support for younger and older people in the community and runs activities and educational courses. The project is to provide an educational and seasonal programme of activities for the forthcoming year.
|20 Oct 2004||Three Ways Community Association
The group offers a range of activities for young and older people in the community. The project is to run a programme of outings, social events and trips for the members in the community.
|20 Oct 2004||Forkhill Women's Group
The group provides facilities and classes to enable women to undertake training. The award will assist the group to purchase equipment which will allow educational activities to take place.
|£991||New Opportunities Fund|
|13 Oct 2004||Rostrevor & District Community Association
This formally constituted group would use an award to record their memories of WWII in the Rostrevor District. The senior citizens would recount their experiences as prisoners of war, their memories of enemy bombers flying over Rostrevor and the impact o
|£7,250||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Oct 2004||Saval GAC
Purchase of land and construction of full sized main playing pitch
|£90,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2004||Newry & District Gateway And Community Club
The Group Advances The Personal Development Of People With Learning Difficulties. The Award Will Assist The Group To Run A Series Of Arts Classes Leading To Two Public Performances And An Exhibition.
|£3,858||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2004||The Rainbow Club
The Group Provides Social And Recreational Facilities For Members Of The Local Community. The Project Will Allow It To Run An Art Project For Young People With Learning And Physical Disabilities.
|£3,350||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2004||Mourne Rock and Blues Festival Committee
The Group Promotes Rock And Blues Music Through The Organisation Of Festivals, Tuition In Guitar And Drum And An Annual Battle Of The Bands Competition. The Project Is To Run A Free Ni-Wide Music Event With A Multicultural Theme.
|£2,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2004||Newry And Mourne Intergenerational Project
The group provides a programme of intergenerational events to encourage good relations between older and younger members of the community. The award will allow the group to hold a one day conference looking at Community Safety and good practice in interg
|6 Oct 2004||Newry Rowing Club
The Group Allows People To Participate In The Sport Of Rowing. The Project Will Allow The Group To Purchase A Boat Trailer To Allow The Group To Participate In Competitions.
|£4,450||Sport Northern Ireland|
|30 Sep 2004||Ballymartin Community Development Association
The organisation is established to provide facilities and activities for its community in the Ballymartin area of Kilkeel. The project is a series of activities to instill community pride.
|30 Sep 2004||Time for Mums
The group provides support to women who are experiencing post natal depression. The grant will help publicise the group, fund computer equipment, expenses and offer training.
|£2,570||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Sep 2004||Making a Difference
The organisation is established to promote and encourage women from rural areas to improve educational, social and recreational skills through planned activities and events. The grant will allow the group to design an art model village with model animals
|£868||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Sep 2004||Newtown Lir Ladies
The group provides educational classes, information sessions and community events for women and their families in the Newtownhamilton area. The project is a summer scheme for children aged 5 - 11 years.
|£1,610||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Sep 2004||TAG (The Active Group)
The Active Group is a social organisation for younger adults with a mild to moderate learning disability. The project will provide a range of activities in everyday locations where younger adults with learning disabilities can interact with their peers an
|15 Sep 2004||Daly Park & Moylinn Close Community Association
The Group Provides Training In Video Editing, Camera Filming, Scripting, Directing, Acting And Performing. The Project Will Help With Costs To Provide The Necessary Filming And Computer Equipment To Allow The Group To Record, Edit And Produce Dvd/Videos
|£4,750||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|31 Aug 2004||Comhaltas Ceoloiri Eireann Down County Board
The Group Promotes The Traditional Arts Of Music, Singing And Dancing. The Award Will Allow The Group To Host The 2004 County Down Fleadh.
|£2,472||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|31 Aug 2004||Armagh Festival of Traditional Song
The Group Provides Promotion Of The Song Tradition Of All Cultures And The Honouring Of Individuals For Their Contribution To This Tradition. The Project Will Bring People Together For A 3 Day Event Through The Celebration Of Song.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|31 Aug 2004||Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann - Ulster Fleadh Committee
The Group Promotes The Traditional Arts Of Music, Song, Dance And Drama. The Award Will Go Towards Costs Of The Ulster Fleadh.
|£3,700||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|31 Aug 2004||Annalong Community Development Association Limited
The company is established to advance employment, tourism and environmental regeneration by providing educational, social and recreational activities for the community in the Kilkeel area. The grant will fund a summer scheme for young people over a four
|31 Aug 2004||Newry Safety For The Elderley And Vulnerable
The organisation is established to provide practical and advisory assistance to older people in the Newry and district area, helping them feel safer in their homes. The grant will pay for educational and promotional materials as well as volunteer expense
|£1,284||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 Aug 2004||Alzheimer's Society
The branch of Alzheimer's Society in the Mourne and Kilkeel areas provides support and practical help to families, carers and people with Alzheimer's disease. The grant will fund a volunteer befriending scheme for people with dementia.
|£3,494||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 Aug 2004||Benedictine Monks
The group was formed to contribute to the reconciliation between the different communities in Northern Ireland. The project will allow the group to maintain a wildlife area and native woodland and offer nature trails/walks to the public.
|£4,775||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 Aug 2004||Myasthenia Gravis Association
The group provides comfort and support to meet the needs of people suffering from Myasthenia auto-immune disease. The project will allow the group to raise awareness of the disease through training courses, use of publicity materials, and a conference/sem
|£3,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2004||Kidzone
The project will add a new outdoor play area to the premises which willinclude a large climbing frame, sand pit, cycling area and digging area. A large canopy will cover half of the proposed play ground so that it can be utilised in all weathers.
|£15,440||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2004||Killean Playgroup
The project will create a new childcare centre in Killean, Newry. It will initially provide 24 day care places for children aged 3-4, with a plan to develop a toddler club and after school club once the organisation is established.
|£90,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Jun 2004||St. Patrick's Primary School
The grant will replace a currently unsafe tiled floor with a new wooden sports floor tfor the PE/Dining Hall at the Mayobridge school. This safe indoor facility will enable the school to provide a consistent programme of PE and extra-curricular activitie
|£26,269||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Jun 2004||Anamar Primary School
The grant will be used to provide a mulit-use games area, physical activity area and store at the school which is located rural area of South Armagh. This will encourage increased physical activity and promote a healthy lifestyle among pupils. The proje
|£57,677||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 May 2004||Creggan Local History Society
The Group Promotes The Study Of Local History Of South Armagh By Undertaking Research And Publishing Information. The Award Will Allow The Group To Purchase Equipment To Record Information Through Slides And Written Form For Presentation To The Public.
|£1,916||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 May 2004||Killowen Primary School
The school is using the grant to replace the indoor hall floor with non-slip material, install markings and enable new indoor sports equipment to be purchased, such as badminton, gymnastics, kwik cricket. This will provide pupils and the wider community w
|£21,399||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 May 2004||St. Patrick's Primary School, Drumgreenagh, Rathfriland
St. Patrick's Primary School, Drumgreenagh, Rathfriland
|£20,330||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 May 2004||Cycling Ulster
|£5,140||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Apr 2004||Holy Cross Accordian Band
|£17,250||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Apr 2004||Silverbridge Harps GAC
Construction of second full sized sand carpet playing pitch
|£64,850||Sport Northern Ireland|
|14 Apr 2004||Glenshee Music Collective
5 day Summersong music course
|£11,675||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Apr 2004||Schomberg Society
Schomberg Ulster Scot Academy Project
|£20,112||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|2 Apr 2004||The Kingdom Youth Club
The group provides a range of social, educational and recreational activities for young people. The project is to hold educational workshops, a senior citizens and adult social evening, an activity weekend and an educational funday.
|2 Apr 2004||Bessbrook Institute (Town Hall) Management Committee
The group provides facilities to advance education and health, recreation and leisure activities. The project is an educational exhibition and family entertainment fun day.
|2 Apr 2004||St. Joseph's Pioneer Association
The group provides educational programmes for children and young people on the dangers of alcohol and drugs and promote abstinence form these through the provision of activities which are alcohol and drug free. The project is to provide play and IT equip
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|31 Mar 2004||St Brigid's Primary School, Crossmaglen
The grant is being used to build a new equipment store beside the sports hall. It will enable the school to free up space in the hall where equipment is currently stored and provide convenient acess to existing and new equipment. The new facility will lea
|£28,661||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Mar 2004||Mercy Care Limited
The Group Provides Services, Care And Treatment For Older People. The Project Is To Run An Arts And Music Project To Improve The Quality Of Life Of Older People.
|£3,185||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|3 Mar 2004||St Moninna Youth Club, Killeavy
The Group Runs Activities For Young People Including Footall, Badminton, Computer Courses, Music And Art. The Project Is To Start Drama Workshops That Will Lead To A Performance When The Training Is Completed.
|£2,270||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|4 Feb 2004||St Mary's Primary School
This project involves the draining and levelling of a grass area in the school grounds, making a junior sized grass pitch and marking it out for use for a variety of sports and PE, including Gaelic sports, football, and athletics.
|£24,208||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Newry Drama festival
This Group Develops And Promotes Drama By Running A Annual Festival And Workshops. The Award Will All Them To Host The The First All-Ireland Drama Finals.
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|30 Jan 2004||Dromintee and Jonesboro Luncheon Club
The group provides a weekly day care service including meals. The project will allow it to extend the activities available for the users of group services to include social and educational classes.
|30 Jan 2004||Newry and Mourne Visually Impaired Club (Known as Vip Club)
The group provides social, recreational and sporting activities for blind and partially sighted people. The project is to enable the group to provide 2 outings for members, a Christmas event in 2004 and cover transport costs.
|30 Jan 2004||Crossmaglen U3A
This Group Provides Educational And Leisure Activities For Retired And Semi-Retired People In The Crossmaglen Area. The Award Will Allow The Group To Produce A Visual And Oral Record Of Local Culture And Heritage.
|£4,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Altnaveigh House Womens Group
The group provides support and social, cultural and educational activities for women in the Newry area. The grant will pay for equipment to run a series of programmes.
|£2,410||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Clonduff Youth Club
The youth club serves young people, in the Newry district, by providing a happy and healthy environment where they can meet, engage in leisure pursuits and develop a sense of responsibility. The grant will equip the upstairs area of the centre to provide
|£544||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Lower Mourne Branch, Gaelic League
The group promotes awareness and understanding of Irish language and culture through a programme of events and activities. The project will give people the opportunity to develop their Irish language skills through a number of events throughout the year.
|£3,900||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Happy Go Lucky Club
The group provides educational, social and recreational activities for older people, to improve the quality of their lives. The project will allow the group to participate in a programme of educational activities and purchase computer equipment to help t
|£4,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jan 2004||Kilkeel High School Former Pupils Hockey Club (Old Boy's Sec
The Group Promotes The Playing And Enjoyment Of Hockey To All Members Of The Local Community. The Award Will Allow The Group To Improve And Develop Goal-Keeping Skills Through Coaching And Increase The Number Of People Participating In This Aspect Of The
|£2,032||Sport Northern Ireland|
|9 Jan 2004||Kingdom Playgroup
The grant is being used to replace an existing modular building which is no longer fit for use. This new building will enable the group to create four new childcare places, extending current provision to 24.The grant is paying for property acquisition, pl
|£92,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Jan 2004||Dorsey Emmetts GAC
Purchase of land and construction of main pitch
|£90,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Dec 2003||Peadar O'Doirnin GFC
Construction of two changing room pavillion
|£70,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|19 Dec 2003||Forkhill Pre-School Playgroup
The organisation is a preschool playgroup based in the village of Forkhill in South Armagh. This project is to help sustain the high quality service, encouraging children to develop to their full potential and to provide staff consistency. The grant ove
|26 Nov 2003||Lisnacree Community Association
The association provides educational, recreational and social activities for its community in the Lisnacree area of Kilkeel. The grant will help run a senior citizens and cross community club providing monthly events.
|21 Nov 2003||RoSA (Regeneration of South Armagh)
RoSA: Heritage Audit
|£38,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Oct 2003||Glenshee Music Collective
The Group Assists Young Singers And Musicians To Develop To Professional Status Through Various Summer Schools, And Provides A Structure And Office To Promote Northern Irish Folk And Traditional Performers Both Within And Outside Of Northern Ireland. The
|£4,786||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2003||Sticky Fingers Early Years Arts
This Group Provides Art Based Projects For Children In Pre-Schools Across Northern Ireland. The Project Is To Print And Produce A Book Exhibiting Local Children'S Artwork.
|£500||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2003||The Mournes School of Highland Dance
The Organisation Advances Education Of People In The Greater Newry And Mourne Area, Including Subjects Such As History, Culture, Arts, Music And Dance. The Project Is To Purchase Dance Equipment And Provide Training.
|£840||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2003||Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eirann Croabh Boirche
The Group Promotes The Teaching And Playing Of Irish Traditional Music, Song And Dance. The Project Is To Provide Weekly Classes In Fiddle, Accordion, Tin Whistle, Guitar, Banto And Drums At Both Intermediate And Advanced Level.
|£4,845||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Oct 2003||City of Newry University of the Third Age
The group encourages older people to interact with others to share educational, creative and leisure activities to improve their quality of life. The project is to provide the group with essential equipment to allow them to continue with their activities
|6 Oct 2003||Newry and Banbridge British Epilepsy Association
The group provides information and support for people with epilepsy and supports their family and carers. The project is to purchase equipment that will enable the group to undertake talks and presentations giving advice and information about epilepsy.
|6 Oct 2003||Puzzle Playgroup & Warrenpoint Mother & Toddler Group
The group provides activities for pre-school children. The award will allow the group to upgrade its current play equipment and furniture to facilitate the needs of the children.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Oct 2003||Newry & Mourne MS Society NI
This group provides support in the form of information, advice and research to both people with MS and professionals involved in their care. The award will allow this group to raise awareness of this illness and to start up support groups.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Oct 2003||Valley Colts Youth Football Club
The Club Provides Opportunities For Young People Under 18 To Gain Skills In Association Football And Other Sports. The Grant Will Purchase Sports And Safety Equipment For The Club.
|£2,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|5 Sep 2003||Kidzone
The project aims to create an outooor play area for a purpose built childcare centre. The play area will serve 48 children, 24 pre school aged, and 24 primary school aged at the after school club.The grant will pay for professional fees to design the out
|£1,298||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Jul 2003||Newry and Mourne District Council
Bagenal's Castle, Newry
|£1,500,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|