47 matching grants found.
|27 May 2015||Gareth Brookes
Summer of Singing Shadow
|£14,400||Arts Council England|
|16 Feb 2015||Made By Katie Green
Dancing in Museums: Touring & Developing Expertise
|£60,497||Arts Council England|
|16 Jul 2014||Darley Dene Primary School
|16 Feb 2014||Normandy Veterans Association, Surrey Branch No. 14
Eight Second World War veterans from Surrey has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Normandy in June of this year. Funding has been provided for eight Second World War veterans, three spouse and eleven carers.
|£10,890||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Oct 2013||Steps2Recovery
This is a project by a charity in Haringey. The group will use the funding to develop and trial a mentoring programme for ex-offenders from the day they are released. This will aim to break the chain of addiction and re-offending by helping the beneficiar
|£8,814||Big Lottery Fund|
|2 Oct 2012||The PCC of the Ecclesiastical Parish of All Saints', New Haw
This is a project by a church in Surrey. The church will use the funding to lay Astroturf in their garden area to make it more accessible to community groups. This will provide a clean and safe surface for local community groups.
|£5,076||Big Lottery Fund|
|21 Sep 2012||Abbey Rangers Football Club
Grounds Maintenance Equipment
|9 Aug 2012||Weybourne Gymnastics Club
Weybourne Gymnastics Club
|30 Apr 2012||Addlestone Vicstory Park Bowls Club
Growing the membership at the bowls Club
|11 Nov 2010||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War veteran from Surrey has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in September 2010. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran, one spouse and one carer.
|£1,300||Big Lottery Fund|
|26 Jul 2010||1st Cobham Scout Group
This group will use funding to organise a community day in conjunction with their 100th birthday, which will include entertainment from local groups and various activities for all ages. This will encourage a range of people in the community to work togeth
|£7,436||Big Lottery Fund|
|29 Jun 2010||Himalayan Development International
This newly formed group will use the award to run a series of workshops for new communities in the area.
|£9,808||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 Apr 2008||The Eikon Charity
This group will use funding to develop a support network for parents that will include parenting courses and individual appointments for parents where they will have an opportunity to talk through issues concerning their families.
|£7,225||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|18 Dec 2007||Runnymede Borough Council
Runnymede Borough Council will improve play provision across the borough, specifically targeting the needs of groups that have been unable to access play provision, including children from disadvantaged backgrounds and the disabled. The portfolio will ben
|£200,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|6 Feb 2007||Runnymede Literary Association
RFEST: Runnymede Literary Festival
|£10,000||Arts Council England|
|23 Jun 2006||AFC Brooklands
This Group Offers Football To All Ages With The Focus On The Development Of Members At All Levels. This Award Will Enable The Group To Offer Saturday Morning Training For All Members And Will Help Set Up New Teams For Participation In The Surrey League.
|£1,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|28 Apr 2006||The Eikon Charity
This Charity Provides Support And Activities For Young People Living In The New Haw Area Of Surrey. It Will Run A Mentoring Project With Funding From Awards For All, Aimed Specifically At Children That Are Not Achieving In The Academic Environment. Each
|£2,775||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|23 Nov 2005||Woking Miniature Railway Society Limited
This Society Owns And Manages An Eight Acre Area Over Which It Runs A Miniature Passenger Railway. With Help From A Lottery Grant It Will Build A Natural Pond And Create Access To It Via A Footpath Through The Woods And A Footbridge Over The Railway. Care
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|16 Nov 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran fromSurrey has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to India in March of next year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£2,100||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Sep 2005||Georgie's Fund
Georgie'S Fund Was Set Up To Relieve Sickness And Distress By Providing Financial Assistance To Charities Set Up For The Relief Of Children Suffering From Neuroblastoma And To Promote Research Into Causes And Treatments Of Neuroblastoma Related Diseases.
|£2,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|21 Sep 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Surrey has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Germany in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.
|£525||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Jun 2005||Royal Naval Association Woking and District Branch
The Royal Naval Association Woking and District Branch have been awarded a grant that will allow them to host a VE and VJ Day celebration. A WW2 exhibition will be present and a parade will also take place.
|£6,100||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jan 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Surrey has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
|£525||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Apr 2004||Philip Southcote School
This School Will Establish A Youth Club For Past And Present Pupils With Learning Difficulties. Members Will Be Able To Take Part In A Range Of Activities Including Arts Workshops, Sports And Educational Workshops.
|£4,040||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|17 Dec 2003||Force Wheelchair Basketball Club
This disabled basket ball club want to enable more junior and women members to play wheelchair basketball. The group would like to offer more coaching to the junior and women-+s sections and enter a new team into the basketball league. The sessions will be
|£4,700||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|26 Nov 2003||Addlestone Toy Library
This Toy Library Will Loan Good Quality Toys, Offers Support About Suitable Toys, Runs Play Sessions And Provides A Friendly Play Environment For The Benefit Of Parents, Carers And Children. The Project Is To Provide New Computer Equipment Which Will All
|£1,250||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|11 Sep 2003||Hospital Radio Wey
This Charity Provides A Broadcasting Service To Hospitals, Hospices, Old Persons Homes And Wherever Possible The Local Community To Inform, Educate And Relieve Sickness, Infirmity And Old Age. The Project Is To Upgrade The Current Analogue Audio Equipmen
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|13 Nov 2002||Kingfisher Triathletes
The Award Will Be Used To Run Extra Triathlon Training Days In Preparation For A Triathlon Event. There Will Be 3 Training Days, One For Novices, One Intermediate And One For Women. There Will Also Be Additional Swimming, Running And Cycling Sessions. Tri
|£4,800||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|16 Oct 2002||North West Surrey RSPB Members Group
This Local Rspb Group Will Purchase A Public Address System In Order To Give Better Presentations To More People, Particularly Larger Groups And Those With Hearing Difficulties. It Will Also Purchase Bird Tables, Nest Boxes, Feeders And Feed To Assist In
|£1,370||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|10 Jun 2002||Runnymede Borough Council
The reintroduction of aftermath grazing of cattle on a selected part of the Chertsey Meads. The project will run for three years during which time the effects on flora and fauna will be monitored through regular surveys. Provided the project produces the
|£4,631||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 May 2002||Surrey County Council
Surrey County Council will offer a wide range of challenging activities to school leavers from across the county. Activities will include outdoor adventure, sports, leadership skills, community and environmental projects, ICT, arts, and vocational skills.
|£477,223||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 May 2002||Runnymede Citizens Advice Bureau
This Cab Has Recently Acquired Community Legal Service Membership To Enable It To Deal With More Legal Enquiries. This Project Is To Train Its Staff To Better Meet This Need.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|12 Mar 2002||Surrey LEA
Summer schools will be run throughout the county to encourage positive attitudes to learning and to help pupils develop their social and communication skills. Activities will include dance, performing arts, drama, sports, outdoor pursuits, literacy and nu
|£120,248||New Opportunities Fund|
|29 Jan 2002||Addlestone Toy Library
This toy library will loan good quality toys, offers support about suitable toys, runs play sessions and provides a friendly play environment for the benefit of parents, carers and children. The project is to provide new toys and equipment for this toy l
|26 Sep 2001||Addlestone Historical Society
This Society Will Investigate And Record The Age Of The Crouch Oak Tree Through Scientifically Dating A Pruned Branch. They Will Also Prepare The Wood For Display At The Chertsey Museum, Produce A Project Booklet And Give An Illustrated Talk To The Publi
|£1,150||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Sep 2001||Surrey LEA
Pupils at 22 special schools, five secondary and 17 primary schools will be provided with a variety of activities including wildlife watch, young Entrepreneurs, cookery, language, basketball, drama and a school newspaper.
|£933,364||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Jul 2001||British Deaf History Society
This Group Promotes Interest In The Research And Preservation Of The History Of Deaf People, Their Communities, Culture And Language. This Project Is To Set Up Community Involvement Programme To Raise Awareness Of Deaf History. The Award Is To Help Put O
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 May 2001||Buckles And Bows Pre-school Nursery
This pre-school operate out of a portacabin, the roof of which is no longer safe and needs replacing.
|16 May 2001||Walton Rowing Club
"This Rowing Club Encourages People Of All Ages To Get Involved In The Sport, With Its Main Focus Going Towards Those Under Eighteen. This Project Is To Improve The Training Facilities For The Members, To Encourage The Development Of Skills And Strength.
|21 Mar 2001||Ashford Cricket Club
This Cricket Club Is Looking To Expand And Improve The Standard Of Coaching In The Newly Formed Ladies Section And Market Its Activities To The Local Community.
|16 Aug 2000||New Haw and Woodham Good Neighbours
This group provides assistance to local residents in Woodham and New Haw. They are buying new equipment to help run the group and a helpline which they offer to local people. They will set up a database of all the users of their services and the services
|5 Jul 2000||Chums
This group helps local unemployed people offer their services to meet needs in the community and they are developing the skills of the volunteers and participants through training. The award is for purchase of a telephone system, stationery, postage, insu
|6 Apr 2000||Friends of Olympic Lifting for Schools
"This group promotes olympic weightlifting in schools. They are running a publicity programme to identify the 'Top 2000 for Year 2000' weightlifters in schools and a 'Power Pentathlon' day at Crystal Palace in September, which is a combined athletics and
|1 Sep 1999||Surrey
The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.
|£2,931,005||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 Sep 1999||Weybourne Gymnastic Club
This group provides gymnastic classes for children aged from 5 years old. The project is to provide a new training floor to improve the quality of training and allow them to host competitions with other clubs. The award is for a training floor/runway and
|22 Sep 1997||Fullbrook School
|16 Oct 1996||New Haw and Woodham Community Association
A project to extend and upgrade New Haw community centre. The existing facilities will be expanded by at least 50% providing a much needed space for the whole community. Access to the centre is also being improved so that all members of the community can