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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
13 May 2010 "Deal, Walmer, Sandwich & District Scout Council"

Archery Resources & Training for Deal District Scouts

£3,797 Sport England
1 May 2002 10th Deal (Eastry) Scout Group

This Scout Group Will Complete Its Current Building Project. They Have Recently Been Refurbishing Their Hq, And This Project Is To Finish The Inside And To Erect A Car Port For Their Minibus.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Nov 2003 10th Dover Scout Group

This Scout Group Is Currently Updating Its Hall Which Is Situated In An Isolated Area Of Dover And Will Put In A New Floor And Partitioning To Provide A Reception Area. These Improvements Will Both Encourage More Children To Join The Scouts And Enable Th

£3,135 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
29 Nov 2001 12th Deal (Kingsdown) Scout Group

This growing Scout group is increasing the number of camps it offers to its members with the purchase of additional camping equipment and with additional materials for the Beaver section to improve their learning evenings.

£1,797 Community Fund
7 Apr 2004 19th Folkestone (St Peters) Sea Scout Group

To Encourage More Young People To Take Up Water Activities And Be Trained Across The Scope Of The Rya National Sailing Scheme, The Group Will Buy Two Additional Wanderer Dinghies. These Three Person Boats Allow Novice Sailors To Receive Tuition Under The

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
6 Jul 2004 1st Bridge Guides

This Group Will Buy New Tents To Enable More Girls To Camp.

£1,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Jan 2003 1st Deal (Walmer) Scout and Guide Groups

This Branch Of The Scouting Organisation Promotes The Development Of Young People. This Project Will Upgrade Kitchen And Toileting Facilities At The Hall To Cater For Disabled Users. The Hall Is Also Used By A Local Guide Group.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Jan 2004 2235 (Deal) Squadron, Air Training Corps

More Cadets Will Be Able To Play In The Squadron Band When It Buys Instruments With An Award. Extra Glockenspiels And A Bass Drum Will Mean That More Youngsters Can Play As There Are Currently Not Enough For Those Who Want To Join In.

£2,992 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
6 Jul 2004 2235 (Deal) Squadron, Air Training Corps

Cadets From This Squadron Will Be Able To Improve Their Musical Ability Within Their Band As A Result Of Lottery Funded Computers. The New Equipment Will Give Them Access To More Types Of Music, Tuition And Techniques. The Cadets Can Also Plan And Execu

£1,870 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
16 Oct 2002 2nd Deal (Walmer) Sea Scouts

This Scout Group Has Extended The Structure Of Its Headquarters To Provide Storage For Its Boats And Tents. The Project Is To Increase Community Use Of The Hall Through Interior Decoration, Installation Of Heating, Lighting And Specialist Racking.

£4,582 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Mar 2000 4th Deal (Beechwood) Scout Group

This group provides a structured training scheme enabling young people of any ability to learn skills and work with others. They are purchasing new outdoor and sports equipment and crafts materials to extend the group's activities. The award is for campi

£4,992 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 5th Deal Scout Group

This group provides Scouting activities for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 18. The group are planning to refurbish the kitchen. The award is for a new kitchen and gas cooker.

£1,870 Community Fund
10 Feb 2009 5th Deal Scout Group

This scout group will use an award to provide a disabled toilet at their headquarters. The group currently has no such facilities, which means they are unable to allow disabled members to join.

£3,250 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Apr 1999 7th Deal (Sandwich St George's) Scout Group

This group provides scouting opportunities for 112 boys and girls in the Sandwich area. The grant will pay for repairs to the roof and entrance porchway of the Scout hut.

£2,473 Community Fund
29 Nov 2001 7th Deal (Sandwich St George's) Scout Group

This scout group will use the award to buy new patrol tents that will replace old ones and provide the additional tentage required now that they have scouts of both sexes.

£2,430 Community Fund
26 Jan 2000 9th Deal (Ash) Scout Group

This group provides scouting activities for children from the age of 6. The project is to replace the ceiling of the hall the group own. The award is for the replacement ceiling.

£2,599 Community Fund
27 May 2002 Adisham Pre-School

This Pre-School Will Provide New Play Equipment Enabling The Group To Extend Its Activities, Encouraging More Physical Development And Also To Provide Storage Facilities To Prevent It From Damage.

£4,927 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
21 Aug 2012 Age Concern Sandwich Centre for the Retired

This is a project by a charity and company limited by guarantee based in sandwich covering Sandwich and Ramsgate area of Kent. The organisation will use the funding to create a safe and level hard standing area for two minibuses used to transport frail o

£3,728 Big Lottery Fund
28 May 2013 Age Concern Sandwich Centre for the Retired

This is a project by an incorporated charity in Sandwich. The organisation will use the funding to install of disabled access doors to the entrance of their day centre for the benefit of the users of their centre with disabilities or mobility issues. This

£5,095 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2015 Age Concern Sandwich Centre for the Retired

The organisation will use the funding to improve their outdoor patio area by changing from decking to patio paving to make it more accessible and serviceable for older people and those with mobility issues. This will provide safe and accessible improved outdoor environment for the benefit of older people at the local Age Concern centre, providing outdoor space for outdoor social and recreational activities.

£2,591 Big Lottery Fund
11 Oct 2016 Age Uk Faversham & Sittingbourne

This project will update their IT system to roll out a new care programme in partnership with other organisations.

£9,842 Big Lottery Fund
25 Mar 2014 Alkham Valley Community Project & Therapeutic Riding Centre

Emergency Flood Relief

£1,850 Sport England
25 Mar 2014 Alkham Valley Community Project & Therapeutic Riding Centre

Emergency Flood Relief

£1,850 Sport England
18 Sep 2006 All Soul's Church of England Primary School

This Project Is To Set Up And Run A Breakfast Club Open To All Local Children From The Surrounding Area. The Funding Will Purchase Essential Equipment And Facilities To Set Up The Club And Provide Children With A Healthy Breakfast In A Safe And Secure Env

£2,897 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
15 Jan 2007 Archery World Cup and EMAU Grand Prix 2007

World Class Event

£199,114 UK Sport
9 Jan 2004 Artform

This New Group Promotes Contemporary Sculpture And Will Stage Three Public Exhibitions To Increase Awareness Of Art And To Offer A New Opportunity To Local Artists.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
24 May 2000 Arthritis Care (Dover Branch)

This group aims to improve the quality of life of people with arthritis through regular meeting, activities, outings and welfare advice. The project is to improve the minibus for users of the services by providing air conditioning. The award is for the co

£3,431 Community Fund
27 Apr 2009 Ash and East Kent Community Project

This community group based in Ash will use funding to produce a historic promenade performance using a range of village locations, based on the Swing riots of the 1830s. The project will be proceeded by school workshops and a public lecture.

£6,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
17 Mar 1995 Ash Bowling Club

New pavilion

£43,826 Sport England
20 Jun 2014 Ash Heritage Group

Ash in World War 1

£3,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2006 Ash Lawn Tennis Club

Ash Lawn Tennis Club Will Be Able To Repair The Courts, Fencing And Install A Practice Wall With Help From A Lottery Award. The Surface Of The Courts Has Broken Up And Members Can No Longer Play Safely And The Club Has Had To Withdraw From The Local Leag

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Sep 1997 Ash Pre-School

A project to help young children to develop motor, cognitve and creative skills. This grant, over one year, is for the purchase of new play equipment.

£3,000 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Ash Youth Club

This Youth Group Organises Weekly Recreational Activities For The Young People Of The Area. The Group Are Organising A Millennium Community Pantomime. The Award Is For Costumes And Pianist Fees.

£500 Arts Council England
18 Jul 2013 Association of Living Arts

This is a project by a company limited by guarantee in Dover. The organisation will use the funding to train a group of local, unemployed people in audiovisual and website building skills, and to guide them in the creation of a neighbourhood internet TV s

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
29 Aug 2013 Association of Living Arts

This is a project by a company limited by guarantee in Dover. The organisation will use the funding to train a group of local, unemployed people in audiovisual and website building skills, and to guide them in the creation of a neighbourhood internet TV s

£9,880 Big Lottery Fund
23 Nov 2011 Astor College For The Arts

Dover fitness suite

£8,000 Sport England
23 Nov 1999 Astor School

This project is targeted at asylum seekers and pupils with special needs. The club will offer individual supervision and support together with organisation and study skills.

£6,933 New Opportunities Fund
2 Jan 2002 Astor Theatre Arts Centre

Astor Theatre Arts Centre Project

£20,000 Arts Council England
19 Dec 2007 Aylesham and Snowdown Social Welfare Scheme

The project is for the construction of a new community facility and this development grant will enable the group to develop their project further.

£22,950 Big Lottery Fund
30 Mar 2009 Aylesham and Snowdown Social Welfare Scheme

This group will use funding to demolish and rebuild a social welfare centre in Aylesham, Kent. BIG is funding phase two of the project, a two-storey community facility. The ground floor will contain a reception, office area, storage, changing rooms, and d

£477,050 Big Lottery Fund
18 Oct 2006 Aylesham Baptist Free Church

This Community Hall Will Install New Toilets.

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Oct 2016 Aylesham Community Tearoom

The organisation will add an anti-slip decked area with ramps to improve access to their newly built community tearooms. This will improve the environment of, and access to, this community hub which is particularly beneficial for local residents who are socially isolated within the village community.

£7,942 Big Lottery Fund
23 Dec 2002 Aylesham Doorstep Green Action Group

A development grant has been awarded towards the costs of a widespread community consulatation on creating or enhancing a green space for local people. One of the project outcomes will be to produce a detailed design in the preparation for the grantee to

£3,500 New Opportunities Fund
28 Apr 2006 Aylesham Heritage Centre

With Help From A Lottery Grant Aylesham Heritage Committee Will Buy Display And Office Equipment To Equip The New Heritage Centre. This Will Allow The Group To Put On Show All The Information And Artefacts That Have Been Collected. The Displays Will Cover

£4,132 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
27 Mar 2007 Aylesham Heritage Centre

This heritage centre which celebrates Kent Coalfield will show archives of sporting events, community outings, carnival and archived photographs of their village.

£1,630 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Oct 2008 Aylesham Heritage Centre

This group records and promotes the heritage of Kent Coalfield through a computerised community archive and wall displays. They will use the grant to purchase a new flat display case which has sloping toughened glass top and map drawers. This will allow t

£1,374 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
3 Jul 2002 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

This Group Was Established In 1997 To Provide A Drop-In Center And Support To Families. This Project Is To Provide A Sensory Room Which Will Be A Stimulating And Relaxing Area. The Room Will Be Both Educational And Therapeutic.

£4,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Sep 2003 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

Aylesham Neighbourhood Project Provides Support For Children, Young People And Their Carers In The Local Area. The Project Is To Part Fund A Tutor And Support Worker To Enable The Group To Run A Homework Club.

£4,875 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
6 Oct 2004 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

Aylesham Neighbourhood Project Will Offer A Range Of Support Services To Families Living In Aylesham Ward. These Include Encouraging Peer Support Amongst Parents, Enhancing The Social And Personal Development Of Children Under Five, Offering An Outreach S

£2,470 Community Fund
18 Apr 2005 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

Aylesham Neighbourhood Project will offer a range of support services to families living in Aylesham ward. These include encouraging peer support amongst parents, enhancing the social and personal development of children under five, offering an outreach s

£280,341 Community Fund
3 Jan 2007 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

This Award Will Fund Start Up Costs For A New Free Counselling Service For People On Low Incomes.

£9,300 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
19 Sep 2007 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

The project will run a variety of fun, creative activities aimed at engaging families in learning in Aylesham, Kent, and will include: men and boys club, African drumming, carpentry, gardening, story sacks, story telling, circus skills and learning throug

£409,908 Big Lottery Fund
8 Jul 2008 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

This project will build on the existing family support work by providing a Community Outreach Worker, who will visit the most vulnerable and hard to reach families in their own homes. The overall aim is to provide confidential one-to-one support both in t

£167,855 Big Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2013 Aylesham Neighbourhood Project

This expanding project aims to improve the confidence and skills of disadvantaged jobseekers in Dover, supporting them into employment. It will develop tailored support plans and deliver one-to-one and group sessions to improve people's job searches, appl

£240,326 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2008 Aylesham Parish Council

This parish council will use an award to offer open access football coaching to the community through Arsenal soccer schools. The project will enable participants to learn new skills as well as develop their confidence and self esteem. The Parish Council

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Apr 2013 Aylesham Parish Council

This is a project by a parish council in Aylesham. The organisation will use the funding to run youth work activities in the area. This will provide positive activities for young people and improve the perceptions of young people across the community.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2001 Aylesham Preschool Nursery

The grant will be used to create 30 before school and 30 after school places for children aged 3-11 years old in Kent.

£32,858 New Opportunities Fund
27 Mar 2007 Aylesham Primary School

This School will use funding to create a village musical. Workshops and rehearsals will take place out of school hours and will focus on healthy lifestyles and emotional well being. T

£9,720 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Jun 2001 Aylesham Youth and Leisure Centre

To provide a 6 week summer school in the former Kent mining community of Aylesham. Activities will combine sports, arts, academic and social activities for pupils in 2 primary schools and a secondary school.

£21,399 New Opportunities Fund
27 Jul 2001 Aylesham Youth and Leisure Centre

To provide football coaching alongside football-oriented literacy and numeracy tuition using ICT for pupils at two primary schools and a secondary school. The project aims to improve communication, analytical, investigation and physical skills

£25,143 New Opportunities Fund
10 Mar 2006 B.A.S.H (Bring Alive Sandwich Heritage)

With Help From A Lottery Grant This Group Will Run Community Arts Workshops, Highlighting Sandwich'S Unique Heritage As A Cinque Port Town, Leading To A Two Day Medieval Festival.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Jun 2007 B.A.S.H (Bring Alive Sandwich Heritage)

BASH (Bringing Alive Sandwich Heritage) will run a series of medieval costume making workshops with professional artists and purchase a medieval tent. This will enable adults and children to design and create their own costumes to participate in the forth

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Jan 2004 Beginners Productions

People In The Ashford Are To Be Involved In A New Musical Called 'Limelight'. Auditions Will Be Widely Advertised And Participants Will Have The Opportunity To Work With Experienced Artistes Through Weekly Rehearsals To Develop Their Skills.

£2,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
7 Dec 2016 Bella Easton

Collateral Drawing Margate 2017

£12,590 Arts Council England
19 Jul 1999 Betteshangar Social Welfare Scheme

3New Indoor Rinks and Outdoor Changing Facilities.

£849,497 Sport England
2 Apr 2003 Betteshanger Colliery Welfare Bowling Club

This club promotes the sport of indoor and outdoor bowls. The project is to buy two special wheelchairs to enable people with a disability to take up the sport.

£3,888 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
19 Jan 2012 Betteshanger Colliery Welfare Cricket Club

Nets and storage refurbishment.

£50,000 Sport England
26 Sep 2001 Betteshanger Cricket Club

This Cricket Club Will Improve The Training Facilities On Offer To Its Members. They Will Provide A New Cricket Cage For More Structured Training Sessions.

£2,500 Sport England
23 Jan 2006 Betteshanger Social Welfare Scheme

With help from a lottery grant the group will commission a researcher to provide the history of industrial relations of the 60 years Betteshanger Colliery was in operation for. The researcher along with local volunteers will conduct interviews and analyse

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Oct 2004 Betteshanger Welfare Band

This Brass Band Has Its Roots In The Area'S Mining History And Has A Waiting List Of Children Who Wish To Join, But No Instruments For Them To Play. With A Lottery Award It Will Buy New Uniforms And Musical Instruments To Provide Access For All To This Co

£4,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
17 Oct 2013 Betteshanger Welfare Youth FC

Portable Floodlighting

£6,465 Sport England
23 Jan 2006 Big Burghers of Sandwich

The Big Burghers Of Sandwich Celebrate Communities Through Building And Exhibiting French Style Processions And Static Displays. With Help From A Lottery Grant The Group Will Work With Local People And School Children To Build Ten 3 Metre Giants To Parade

£4,970 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
24 Nov 2000 Big Deal Enterprises

This Group Promotes A Variety Of Arts Projects In The Deal Area For The Benefit Of Local Residents. They Will Organise A Project In The Area In Which Local Women Will Be Able To Work With A Professional Photographer. They Will Take Pictures Of The Local

£4,150 Arts Council England
4 Dec 2002 Big Deal Enterprises

This Group Promotes A Variety Of Arts Projects In The Deal Area For The Benefit Of Local Residents. It Will Organise A Project In Which Local School Children Will Be Involved In A Play Focusing Upon The Life Of The First Man To Swim The English Channel.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
21 Mar 2001 Blades Fencing Group

This group promotes and encourages fencing. They are purchasing new fencing equipment in order to give more people in the local community the opportunity to try the sport of fencing. The award is for jackets, foils and masks.

£1,000 Sport England
16 Jun 2000 Brambley Hedge Children's Centre Charity Limited

The grant will be used to increase the current after-school provision by 8 places for children aged 4-11 years old in Tower Hamlets, Kent. Schools served will be Brambley Hedge Nursery, Charlton, Priory Fields, River, St Mary's and St Richard's County Pr

£4,244 New Opportunities Fund
8 Jul 2013 BRAVE NEW WORLDS

Research and Development of Brave New World 1

£8,000 Arts Council England
12 May 2014 BRAVE NEW WORLDS

Completing first project Brave New World1: Utopia

£9,500 Arts Council England
7 Jun 2016 Brave New Worlds

TRINITY R D

£8,800 Arts Council England
8 Dec 1999 Brew-Ha-Ha!

This Group Is A Carnival Street Band And Encourages Local People To Take Part In Musical Performances. The Project Is To Work With Professional Musicians Over Twenty Session And Perform At Ten Millennium Events Around East Kent. Fees For Tutors, Costumes,

£5,000 Arts Council England
24 Jan 2001 Brew-Ha-Ha!

This Group Is A Carnival Street Band And Encourages Local People To Take Part In Musical Performances. The Project Is To Enlarge The Band And Provide Tutoring For Disabled And Hearing Impaired Members In The Form Of Workshops Where All Members Of The Band

£5,000 Arts Council England
9 Jan 2002 Brew-Ha-Ha!

Streets Ahead

£15,300 Arts Council England
29 Jan 2002 Brew-Ha-Ha!

This Group Is A Carnival Street Band That Encourages Local People To Take Part In Musical Performances. Local Composer Peter Cook Will Train The Band And Its Individual Members On A Weekly Basis In The Skills Of Composing Music. This Training Will Also

£5,000 Arts Council England
9 Apr 2002 Brew-Ha-Ha!

IPP

£989 Arts Council England
9 Jan 2004 Brew-Ha-Ha!

People From The Local Areas Of Sandwich And Coalfield Will Be Encouraged To Take Part In A Series Of Music And Dance Master Classes Which Will Work Towards Performances At Local And Regional Events. Brew-Ha-Ha Is A Local Arts Group Which Promotes Awarene

£4,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
24 Mar 2005 Brew-Ha-Ha!

Brew-Ha-Ha! Aims To Encourage Local People To Develop An Awareness Of World Music Through Workshops And Festivals. With Help From A Lottery Award It Will Be Able To Organise A Global Music Festival That Will Include Workshops And Performances From A Rang

£4,925 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
7 Mar 2007 Bringing Alive Sandwich Heritage

Sandwich 1457-2007

£44,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jun 1996 Buckland Residents Association

To build a new purpose built community centre. The grant, over one year is for the construction of a new community centre and car park, the purchase of office equipment and furnishings, and the salary of a centre manager.

£196,600 Community Fund
1 Jan 2006 Buckland Residents Association

Buckland Residents Association Run A Community Centre With Activities And Events For People Living In The Area. With A Lottery Award The Association Will Buy New Equipment, Games And Educational And Health Promotion Leaflets For Centre'S Recently Set Up Y

£1,932 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
17 May 2016 Canterbury Christ Church University

Walking Heritage

£4,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2003 Capel-Le-Ferne Parish Council

This Parish Council Will Provide A Recreational Area Incorporating Four Separate Sections. There Will Be One Area For Very Young Children, A Multi Faceted Activity Area For All, A Teen Area With Seating And Facilities For Skateboarding And Biking And A F

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Jan 2013 Capel-le-Ferne Parish Council

Capel Olympic Legacy

£49,735 Sport England
5 Feb 2014 Capel-Le-Ferne Parish Council

This is a project by a parish council in Folkestone, Kent. The organisation will use funding to install tarmac paths and a petanque court. This will provide the community with access to facilities which will help alleviate anti-social behaviour and reduce

£9,529 Big Lottery Fund
5 Feb 2014 Capel-Le-Ferne Parish Council

This is a project by a parish council in Folkestone, Kent. The organisation will use funding to install tarmac paths and a petanque court. This will provide the community with access to facilities which will help alleviate anti-social behaviour and reduce isolation in older members of the community.

£9,529 Big Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2014 Care Extra C.I.C.

This is a project by a Community Interest Company in . The organisation will use the funding to establish a pilot scheme providing a support and caring scheme for older people and their carers. his will a provide a caring/support service for people within

£9,698 Big Lottery Fund
14 Mar 2014 Care Extra C.I.C.

This is a project by a Community Interest Company in . The organisation will use the funding to establish a pilot scheme providing a support and caring scheme for older people and their carers. his will a provide a caring/support service for people within the community who require additional emotional and physical support in their daily lives

£9,698 Big Lottery Fund
15 Mar 2016 Care Extra Plus CIC

This organisation will use the funding to establish a personal care service. This new service will recruit and accredit self-employed carers and match them up with people who require personal care services. This will provide a personal and consistent caring and support service for people within the community who require additional emotional and physical support in their daily lives.

£9,915 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2004 Cartwright and Kelsey C of E Primary School

An Award Will Enable School Pupils And Children From Local Youth Groups To Join In Maypole Dancing. An After School Club Will Be Set Up With The Necessary Equipment And Volunteers And Youth Group Leaders Will Receive Training To Deliver Suitable Tuition.

£810 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Jul 2006 Castle Community College

This project addresses poor behaviour in the playground with structured active play and tackles truancy/tardiness with a breakfast dance club. The KS4 girls' forum has proposed cheerleading, ice-skating, and volleyball to tackle low self-esteem and behavi

£132,930 New Opportunities Fund
19 Jun 2014 Channel Swimming Association Limited

The purchase of 6 Defibrillators

£7,200 Sport England