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|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|
|20 Dec 2001||Confederation Of Community Groups
To provide a resource centre offering facilities such as printing, photocopying, typing and internet services to community groups who do not have access to the relevant equipment.The grant, over 3 years, is for the salary of a part time resource centre wo
|20 Nov 2001||Southern Group Enterprises Ltd.
St Joseph's High School will target their students at highest risk of dropping out of school by providing a homework club and ICT training. The aim of the project is to combat rural isolation, improve attendance and impact the young peoples' motivation to
|£58,504||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Nov 2001||St Mary's High School
Pupils at this high school will gain access to a variety of sporting activities, including netball, basketball, athletics and gymnastics, in addition to a drama club, maths club and technology club.
|£35,985||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Nov 2001||Newry Drama festival
The Group Develop & Promote Drama In The Area And Organises An Annual 9-Day Festival Of Competitive Amateur Drama. The Project Will Enable The Group To Hold This Years Festival, Which Will Expand On Previous Festivals.
|£4,500||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|14 Nov 2001||Clanrye Employment & Training Services
This group advances education for young people by providing training facilities for the acquisition and development of occupational skills and/or work experience - they wish to upgrade their computer suite for training purposes.Costs towards upgrade of co
|14 Nov 2001||Little Folk Playgroup
This group provide pre-school education for children in the Rostrevor area - they wish to purchase equipment, improving communication systems, adding to the activities for the children and provide training for staff/parents improving skills.
|14 Nov 2001||Mourne Local Studies Group
The Group Promotes All Aspects Of The Mourne Region Through Talks, Outings And Publications. The Project Will Allow The Public To Become More Aware Of The Heritage Of The Mourne Region By Attending Well-Organised & Informative Events.
|£1,115||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Nov 2001||St Patricks Amateur Boxing Club
St Patricks Abc Is A Well Established Boxing Club With A History Of National Boxing Success, They Are Currently Seeking Funding For A Lease Of Property To Maintain The Club.Lease Of Property, Minor Works
|£5,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|25 Oct 2001||Rainbow Kids
The grant will be used to create 16 after school and 16 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in County Down.
|£29,701||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2001||Fun Time After School Club
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years in Newry.
|£55,630||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2001||Kidsunited
The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4 - 12 years old in Co.Armagh.
|£25,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2001||Barnmeen Community Association
The project will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Newry, Co. Down.
|£23,781||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Oct 2001||Newry & Mourne Sportability Committee
This group aims to provide participation oppurtunities for people with disabilities, by organizing competitions and events. They also address marginalisation, discrimination and social inclusion.A trip to watch a football match in England.
|3 Oct 2001||Kilkeel Community Association
This group has been involved with a range of projects including exhibitions, plays, fairs, story telling, social evenings and also provide a range of training courses based on the needs of local groups - they wish to run a series of courses.Course fees on
|3 Oct 2001||Age Concern Newry
This group offers a range of activities for older people of the community including weekly lunch club, social outings, health promotion activites and they wish to organise a health promotion programme for older people as well as provide an outing.Outing a
|3 Oct 2001||Crossmaglen Womens Group
The group provide activities and courses for women to improve their quality of life and confidence. The project will enable the group to provide a wider range of courses.Classes in Aerobics, Tai Chi, cookery, yoga, first aid & flower arranging etc. and f
|3 Oct 2001||Dunnaman Children's Centre
Group provides support and services for children and young people in their area. The organisation provides pre-school and after school activities for the children. Salaries, office equipment, running expenses
|2 Oct 2001||Altnaveigh House Ltd
Altnaveigh House Enterprise and Cultural centre is a voluntary organisation which seeks to improve the quality of training, recreational and cultural provision for the protestant community in the Newry and greater Mourne area.The grant, over three years,
|14 Sep 2001||Trustees of St Patrick's Parish Church
St Patrick's Church, Newry
|£190,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Sep 2001||Women's Health Initiative South Armagh ( WHISA ) Ltd
The project will support the health and social well-being of the people of South Armagh. It is a community development project that includes community service and community action and is led by an ethos of empowerment, self help and participation.The gran
|22 Aug 2001||St Peter's Club
The group provide individuals with an opportunity to gain tuition, perform and compete in set dancing. The project is to organise a 3-day Irish traditional dancing, music and song weekend.Tutor costs, including Eileen O'Brien, Nora butler and CCE Warrenp
|£1,342||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|22 Aug 2001||The Harmony Youth Big Band
This Group Teaches Music Theory And How To Play Musical Instruments To People Of All Ages And They Wish To Purchase Equipment Which Will Assist The Group In Their Public Performances And The Quality Of Their Sound.
|£3,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|22 Aug 2001||Slieve Gullion Festival of Traditional Singing
This Group Organises An Annual Festival For All Age Groups To Promote The Art Of Traditional Singing And They Have Requested Money To Help Towards The Costs Of The 20th Annual Festival.Accommodation, Artists Fees (D Maguire/R Stewart/S Hughes/S Mcfarland/
|£4,250||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|22 Aug 2001||Greencastle Area Residents Group
This community group works in the Greencastle area of Kilkeel and they plan to upgrade their computer system, allowing them to pay installation fees for software which in turn will help the group set up a website enabling them to produce more professional
|22 Aug 2001||Ballymartin Community Development Association
The group provide the local community with a wide range of services, including organising events, fundays and christmas parties. The project will enable the group to provide day trips and plant a garden for use by the community.Senior citizens day trip,
|22 Aug 2001||Newry and Mourne Cricket Club
The Group Strive To Develop The Sport Of Cricket In The Newry And Mourne Area And Have Recently Established A Team For Ladies And Young People. The Project Will Provide The Teams With A More Suitable Playing Surface.Fearnley Flicx Pitch (An Astro-Turf Tr
|£2,051||Sport Northern Ireland|
|31 Jul 2001||The Meigh Womens Group
This group will pay for a day trip for mothers and children, Christmas party, computer courses and arts and crafts courses with their award.
|11 Jul 2001||Dromintee Community Association
This Group Will Purchase A Portable Stage For Their Newly Built Community Centre With The Award.
|£4,583||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|11 Jul 2001||Ring of Gullion CCE Forkhill
The Group Promotes Irish Traditional Music. The Award Will Pay For Artists Who Will Take Part In Their Planned Programme For Young Budding Musicians. Artforms Will Include The Fiddle, Tin Whistle And Accordian.
|£2,550||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|25 Jun 2001||M.A.R.C.I.A (Meadow/Armagh Road Communities In Action)
The grant will be used to create 16 after school and 16 holiday places for children aged 3-14 years old in Co. Down.
|£16,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2001||Atticall Childcare Limited
The grant will be used to create 16 after school places for children aged 3-11 years old in Kilkeel.
|£8,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jun 2001||Armagh Festival of Traditional Song
This group promotes the cultural inheritance of both traditions in the South Armagh area though a series of lectures, workshops, cultural tours and concerts. The award will cover the hire of venues, publicity materials and will pay the fees of a wide ran
|£5,000||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|20 Jun 2001||Burren Community Forum
This group are holding a traditional family fun-day to bring the community together. The award will pay for childrens entertainment costs, exhibitions, a band and traditional music, publicity and postage costs and a meal for senior citizens on the day of
|20 Jun 2001||Mullaghbawn Community Association
This group provides social, recreational and educational activities for their community. They will run a special intergeneration project of reminiscence with the money awarded. It will pay for audio tapes, copying, research, materials, video hire, foota
|5 Jun 2001||Warrenpoint Golf Club
Provision of nine academy holes and re-development of the 15th hole
|£30,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|29 May 2001||Newry and Mourne District Citizen Advice Bureau
A free,independent confidential and impartial advice service to all members of the public. To exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policy and service both local and nationally.To purchase office equipment, Salaries, Rent, general
|18 May 2001||Confederation of Community Groups N & M
To set up four learning centres targeting 450 learners over three years including disadvantaged parents of young children and senior citizens. The project will provide new learning opportunities through information and communications technology (ICT) to d
|£131,453||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Apr 2001||Lisnacree Community Association
The group provides youth activities, educational classes, training, social and recreational actvities for their community.
|26 Apr 2001||Newry and Mourne Deaf Club
This group provides social, educational and recreational opportunities for deaf and hard of hearing people throughout Newry & Mourne. The club provides a variety of activities including bingo, Mr & Mrs copetitions, training, day trips etc. Money is for
|26 Apr 2001||Barnmeen Community Association
This group provides activities for the residents of the local community including a youth club, older peoples club, education and traing for women, after schools provision. Money is for feasibility study.
|26 Apr 2001||Carnegat Area Community Association
The group is established to promote the benefit of the inhabitants of the Carnagat and district area.
|28 Mar 2001||Newry and Mourne Parents' Support Group for Children with AD
This project offers support, advice, training and resources to support parents and children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - ADHD. The money awarded will pay for a computer to help produce promotional and support literature.
|22 Mar 2001||Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association
|£7,520||Sport Northern Ireland|
|22 Mar 2001||Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association
|£7,460||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Mar 2001||Newry and Mourne District Citizen Advice Bureau
To provide Newry CAB with the resources to provide a free, impartial, confidential and professional advice service targeting the most disadvantaged people in the Newry & Mourne District Council area.
|21 Mar 2001||South Armagh Rural Women's Network
The project will operate a network for rural women in south Armagh by supporting and positively encouraging women to become involved in personal development, community development and IT training throughout the area of benefit.
|15 Mar 2001||Sisters of Mercy
St. Josephs Home, Warrenpoint
|£148,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Feb 2001||Kingsmills Primary School
To expand and enhance the current ICT and sports programmes in the school. The ICT club will enhance by transporting pupils to the college of further education to learn about computers from a specialist tutor.
|£4,620||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Feb 2001||South Armagh Rural Women's Network
This group provides advice, training and information that will improve the quality of life of women in this rural area. The money will enable the group to purchase a computer, a colour printer, a telephone line and provide email and internet training se
|15 Feb 2001||Age Concern South Armagh
The project will implement the recommendations of a research report carried out in 1997 which identified and ranked the needs of older people in the area. It will offer practical grassroots support to older people's clubs through the provision of inform
|15 Feb 2001||Rosa Ltd
The grant will be used to create 24 after-school places and 24 holiday places by creating a new club at a crossroads site to serve three areas of a rural area of Crossmaglen. The places will cater for children aged 4-11 years old. 3 local schools will be
|£24,580||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 Feb 2001||Creggan Hall Management Committee
New Work - Sculptures
|£14,040||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|6 Feb 2001||Carlingford Lough Yacht Club
Construction of slipway
|£22,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|31 Jan 2001||St Patrick's GFC
Construction of changing pavilion
|£70,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|16 Jan 2001||Newry City FC
Provision of changing facilities
|£61,600||Sport Northern Ireland|
|31 Dec 2000||Newry & Mourne Indoor Bowling League
Millennium Community Awards Scheme
|£1,750||Sport Northern Ireland|
|31 Dec 2000||Ballyholland Camogie Club
Millennium Community Awards Scheme
|£1,000||Sport Northern Ireland|
|21 Dec 2000||Camphill Community Mourne Grange
Access - The Celtic Lyre
|£15,300||Arts Council of Northern Ireland|
|12 Dec 2000||Newry & Kilkeel Institute of FE & HE
To provide five learning centres in Newry and four community venues to help the long-term unemployed, people with disabilities, lone parents and ex-prisoners develop ICT, numeracy and literacy skills.
|£215,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Nov 2000||Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association
|£10,324||Sport Northern Ireland|
|14 Nov 2000||Ulster Clay Pigeon Shooting Association
|£9,360||Sport Northern Ireland|
|14 Nov 2000||Irish Ladies Golf Union NI Region
|£12,528||Sport Northern Ireland|
|28 Sep 2000||Kilkeel Community Association
This project will provide a focal point and facilities for existing and emerging groups in the Kilkeel area. It will provide a resource for the community to access advice, information and training. Over three years, the grant will cover a part-time salar
|28 Sep 2000||Dominican @ Orana
This group works to advance the education and development of pre-school children with an emphasis on the inclusion of special needs cases. The funding is for salaries, general running costs and staff training.
|28 Sep 2000||Meadow and Armagh Road Communities in Action
The project aims to develop an early years project and women's group activities. The grant, over two years, is for salaries, office equipment, rent, childcare and volunteer expenses.
|28 Sep 2000||Windmill Playgroup
This grant over two years, is for the salaries of playgroup workers.
|8 Sep 2000||Culturlann An Iuir
This group promotes Irish culture and Irish language in the Newry and Mourne area. The grant will contribute towards the hire of premises, fees, materials, transport costs and purchase of instruments.
|8 Sep 2000||Altnaveigh House Cultural Society
This Group Is Involved In The Promotion Of Ulster Scots And Ulster British Culture Throughout The Newry And Mourne Area. Tuition Fees, Resource Materials, Hire Of Venue For Main Event And Costume Production.
|2 Aug 2000||Newry and Mourne Deaf Club
This group provides social interaction, information, education and support for deaf people. The grant will allow the group to organise and run a themed Millennium ball for deaf people from all over Northern Ireland.
|2 Aug 2000||REACT
This group provides a venue where young people and others can meet in a social setting. The grant will allow this cross-community group to successfully launch a 'juice bar' for the young people of Kilkeel, in a neutral social setting, in celebration of th
|2 Aug 2000||Ballinran Youth Club
The grant will properly equip the youth club to enable it to extend its services to include 15-25 yr olds.
|2 Aug 2000||Meigh Community Playgroup
This group playgroup provides pre-school education in the Killeavey area of Armagh. The grant will pay for window shutters, including window grilles.
|31 Jul 2000||McCoy Clan Reunion (Clan Mhic Aoidh)
This Group Passes On The Heritage Of The Area To The Young People. Hire Of Venue, Bus Tours, Lectures, Musicians, Booklet, Admin And Publicity.