Lottery grants awarded to Havant, South East in 1999

17 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
2 Dec 1999 Havant Association for Women's Aid

The project will provide advocacy and support for children and young people who have been abused in a domestic violence situation. It will also add a drop-in and outreach service for children and young people who have been in the refuge. The grant, over t

£75,286 Community Fund
11 Nov 1999 Meadowlands Junior School

This group is a junior school. They will set up an extra curricular health related fitness programme which will include individual and group assessment creating individual fitness programmes for pupils and holding a weekly workshop with a sports coach t

£4,602 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 O.S.C.A. (Out of School Care Activities)

The grant will be used to extend the existing after school scheme by 8 new places for children aged 5 - 14 years. Schools served will be Mengham Infant and Junior and St Thomas Moore schools.

£1,970 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 1999 Havant Judo Kwai

This group is a judo club teaching judo to children between the ages of seven and sixteen years old including girls and disabled children. The club aims to improve self confidence respect for other people fitness and self discipline through the practi

£1,660 Sport England
23 Aug 1999 Havant Hockey Club

"Upgrade hockey ATP to water-based surface, upgrade floodlights, & erect security fencing."

£313,614 Sport England
24 Jun 1999 1st Hartplain Scout Group

This group provides the youth of the area with a Scout Group at which they can learn life skills and comradeship, as well as professional instruction in many activities. The project will repair the group's meeting place and provide them with camping equi

£4,770 Community Fund
3 Jun 1999 Havant Council of Community Service

The project will set up a Shopmobility scheme comprising static and mobile units covering four town centres. The grant, over three years, will pay for a static facility, a mini-bus, electric mobility aids, staff salaries and running costs.

£214,063 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Off The Record - South East Hampshire

The project will increase the organisation's volunteer base, by about 50 volunteers, by employing 2 service co-ordinators. Additional volunteer resources will be used to develop new outreach facilities to provide support and advice to young people in dep

£88,580 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Age Concern Bedhampton

This group provides a luncheon club, entertainment and occasional outings for the elderly. The grant will be used to repair the roof and guttering at their centre.

£1,000 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Punjabi Educational Social Cultural & Religious Organisation

This group provides a meeting place and opportunities for individuals to learn to read, write and speak the punjabi language, and promotes all aspects of punjabi culture in the local community. This project is part of their celebrations of the 300th anni

£3,100 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 1st Cowplain Scout Group

This group develops young people through a range of leisure and skills based activities. The grant will be used to replace six patrol tents and fly sheets which are beyond repair.

£4,500 Community Fund
14 Apr 1999 1999 Europe Class European Championships - Sailing

World Class Event

£14,470 UK Sport
16 Mar 1999 Sir George Staunton Country Park

Staunton Country Park Restoration

£1,700,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Mar 1999 Bidbury Pre-School

The project is to set up a pre-school on the premises of Bidbury Infant school. Up to 10 sessions per week are proposed. The one year grant will provide a contribution towards the purchase of play equipment and furniture.

£2,500 Community Fund
26 Jan 1999 Havant Borough Council

The Five Corners Arts Festival

£25,000 Arts Council England
26 Jan 1999 Hampshire Arts Consortium

Marking Time

£25,000 Arts Council England
7 Jan 1999 Havant Under Fourteens Forum

The project will continue to support disadvantaged families by providing childcare placements while parents undertake courses, voluntary or paid work. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a project worker, running costs, and grants towa

£73,809 Community Fund