Lottery grants awarded to Rushmoor, South East in 2006

9 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
19 Dec 2006 Mayfield Community Online

The Centre Will Use An Award To Fund Courses, Workshops And Learner Support To Parents Including Lone Parents, 16-25 Year Olds And Unemployed People.

£9,990 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Oct 2006 The Source Young People's Charity

This organisation will provide a Get Fit Stay Healthy program for its three football teams for young people.

£136 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Oct 2006 Cove Brook Greenway Group

This group manages an area known as Cove Brook Greenway for the benefit of wildlife and the local community. The award will be used to create a management plan for the Southwood meadows, conduct a wildlife survey and make the area more widely known throu

£9,370 Big Lottery Fund
5 May 2006 Step by Step Partnership Limited

Emmaus Projects Limited works with homeless and unemployed young people to help them to achieve independence. With help from a Lottery grant the group will run a new training project. This project will run daily and cover life and living skills, literacy

£4,900 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Apr 2006 Parents Action Group for special play

With Help From A Lottery Grant Parents Action Group For Special Play Will Provide A Weekly Music, Dance And Drama Group For Children And Young People With Disabilities. The Children Will Work With The Tutors To Decide What Activities They Want To Do. The

£3,660 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Apr 2006 Farnborough Town Youth Football Club

With Help From A Lottery Award This New Football Club Will Benefit From Having Qualified Coaches And Referees To Run Regular Training Sessions. An Award Will Pay For Coach Education, Kit And Equipment Costs And Will Ensure That Children Can Benefit From

£2,060 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Mar 2006 West End Centre

The Nu Sounds Consortium

£3,538 Arts Council England
24 Jan 2006 Farnborough Early Years Centre

Early Years Music Programme

£6,979 Arts Council England
23 Jan 2006 The Vine Drop-in Centre

With Help From A Lottery Grant The Vine Drop-In Centre Will Move To New Premises. This Will Allow The Drop-In Centre To Increase The Hours It Is Open From 6 Hours A Week To Six Days A Week And Will Mean That The Services Available Can Be Extended To Inclu

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme