Lottery grants awarded to Southampton in 1999

45 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
20 Dec 1999 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Trailer Mobile X-ray. Purpose built trailers containing mammography units which have x-ray equipment for the provision of images of breast tissue.

£68,738 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust

New X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£38,276 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust

New Linear accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£1,284,709 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£892,350 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust

New MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.

£660,991 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£38,276 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 The Jungle Club Ltd

The grant will be used to set up 24 before school, 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 3-14 . The project will be situated in an urban area. Schools served will be Springhill RC Primary, St Marys CofE, Banister CofE, Freemantle CofE, F

£31,086 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 1999 Eastleigh Bereavement Service

This group provides support in the form of counselling to all those who have suffered bereavement. They will extend their service to the West side of Southampton to increase the number of people they can help. They will train more volunteers so extra supp

£2,140 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Southampton Commons and Parks Protection Society

This is a registered charity set up in 1865 to monitor public spaces, footpaths etc. in Southampton. The organisation represents local opinion on planning issues and lobbies on green heritage issues. They are producing a book reviewing the protection of o

£2,000 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 The Gantry Youth Theatre

This group promotes drama and the performing arts for young people in Southampton and surrounds. They will commission a new piece of work which will be focused on the changing face of the city's centre in the last 100 years. The production will combine li

£3,090 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Hamble Jets Swimming Club

This group promotes the skills of swimming and participates in competitive swimming to the highest possible levels. The group will advertise in local papers to let more people know about the group and encourage them to take part. They will send parents of

£1,205 Sport England
8 Dec 1999 City of Southampton Swimming Club

This group provides opportunities for men and women to train and compete in speed swimming waterpolo diving and pentathlon. The project is to establish a section of the club for disabled swimmers and offer weekly coaching sessions. Publicity costs trai

£2,590 Sport England
2 Dec 1999 The Hampton Trust (Hampshire & Isle of Wight)

The project will develop a mentoring project, to match young people aged 12-17 who are offending or are at risk of offending with a volunteer mentor. The mentor will befriend them, provide a positive role model, give support and guide them into constructi

£140,961 Community Fund
2 Dec 1999 The Society of St. James

The project will relocate the current accommodation service offered to young homeless people to more suitable premises. The grant, over three years, will make a contribution towards the cost of buying a new house, will pay for refurbishment costs and rela

£60,203 Community Fund
11 Nov 1999 Southampton Unit 311 of the Sea Cadet Corps

This group is a sea cadet unit providing a range of activities for young people, such as sailing, canoeing and meterology. Contribution to construction of an additional room with storage space for the unit.

£5,000 Community Fund
11 Nov 1999 Hanley Road Residents Association

This group promotes the benefit of inhabitants of Hanley Road, Southampton and aims to improve facilities and events in the interest of social welfare and recreation. The residents of the road will research the history of their road and its inhabitants,

£3,125 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Nov 1999 James Wiltshire Trust

This group aims to ensure that the needs of ethnic minority groups are fully recognised in the delivery of the Mental Health Service. They will screen mental health counsellors in the area in order to create a database of culturally sensitive counselling

£3,000 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Southampton City College

The grant will be used to create 12 after school places for children aged 5-7. The facility will be situated in an urban area of Southampton with high numbers of lone parents. The schools served will be St Mary's and St John's Schools.

£5,375 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Southampton Area Playcare Co-Operative Limited

The grant will be used to create 10 before school, 10 after school and 10 holiday places for children aged 5-14. The facility will be situated in an urban area. Schools served will be Bevois Town Infant and Junior, Mount Pleasant Junior and Maytree Infant

£9,204 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 The Quayside Club

The grant will be used to expand the existing provision to create 8 after school places for children aged 4 - 11. The school served will be Bitterne Manor Primary.

£5,836 New Opportunities Fund
14 Oct 1999 Artifice

This group is a cross-media arts group who aim to provide opportunities for the public consumption of new art through the staging and encouragement of accessible arts events. They will stage a series of 4 Millennium walks which will take part in an underv

£2,340 Millennium Commission
7 Oct 1999 The Weston Adventure Playground Association

The aim of the project is to redesign the external play area, extend and improve the existing play facilities and replace the old building with a new purpose built building. The grant will fund a scheme design study to develop initial design work and prep

£18,000 Community Fund
23 Sep 1999 Southampton City Council

Tudor House Museum & Garden - Southampton

£1,344,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Sep 1999 The Arts and Crafts Club

This Group Provides An After School Arts And Crafts Club For Local Children. The 'Millennium Arts & Crafts Project' Is A Series Of Six Community Workshops Which Cover Ceramic, Wood And Silk Painting, Candle Making, Clay Sculpture And A Drama/Storytelling

£1,785 Arts Council England
1 Sep 1999 Itchen College

This 6th Form College Is Organising A Production Based Upon The Theme 'People Who Have Made A Difference In The Millennium'. Participants Include Past And Present College Students, Pupils From Local Primary And Secondary Schools And Members Of Local Youth

£1,450 Arts Council England
1 Sep 1999 Eastpoint Senior Citizens Club

This group provides a safe and comfortable environment for local senior citizens to meet socially once a week and for occasional outings. The award is for live entertainment fees for weekly meetings and a four day break for members in Newquay.

£4,500 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Indian Welfare & Cultural Association

The group provides a social and cultural centre and a place of worship. The group aims to promote and observe the Sikh religion and the study of the Punjabi language. The group wish to run a series of workshops to teach young people how to organise Mille

£5,000 Millennium Commission
1 Sep 1999 Stitch 2000 National Needlework Recording Project

This group has been set up to record the needlework created by community groups nationally in celebration of the Millennium. The group wish to employ a project co-ordinator to promote the work of the group and to encourage community groups to register for

£5,000 Millennium Commission
1 Sep 1999 Southampton

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.

£640,141 New Opportunities Fund
24 Jun 1999 Southampton African Caribbean Domino Association

This group works to promote awareness of Afro-Caribbean culture and the advancement of education in different cultural backgrounds. They also provide social and recreational activities for those on a low income. The project involves visits to other Afro-C

£868 Community Fund
3 Jun 1999 Weston & Woolston Community Bus Association

The project will replace the existing thirteen year old bus with a new bus to meet community needs in the Weston and Woolston area of Southampton. The one year grant will pay for a new fifteen seat bus and the road tax and insurance.

£27,983 Community Fund
19 May 1999 Wessex Medical Trust

A medical research project together with Wessex Human Genetics Institute which will consider the mechanisms and future management of ageing. The grant over three years will cover salaries, running costs and equipment.

£196,601 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Solent Peoples Theatre

The project will enable mental health service users to create a public piece of work. It will address the issues of mental illness, creating a positive image of those suffering from mental illness and helping to educate the community to overcome attitudes

£57,597 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Southampton Centre For Independent Living Ltd

The project will develop the provision of advice and peer-support to disabled people wishing to live more independently. It will be targetted at under-represented, disabled beneficiary groups including those with learning disabilities, youth and ethnic mi

£195,398 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 North East Pre School

This group runs a pre-school in Sholing for between 40 and 50 children, meeting 4 mornings and 1 afternoon each week. The grant will pay for a computer with printer, photocopier, kitchen equipment, outside slide, multi-cultural toys and replacement of bro

£5,000 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Bishops Crescent Community

This tenants association covers a sheltered housing, warden controlled community in Itchen, Southampton. The project will improve group administration and ease the production of their regular newsletter. The grant is for a computer system with digital cam

£1,735 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 The Rose Road Association

This group provides respite, support, therapy, education, advice, information and independence training for children and young adults with profound and multiple disabilities. The grant will enable the group to upgrade its minibus to conform to the new saf

£565 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Confederation Of African-Caribbean Organisations

This group co-ordinates the services of member organisations and the activities of user groups, and manages the community centre. The grant will part-fund a feasibility study for refurbishing or renovating the community centre.

£5,000 Community Fund
11 Mar 1999 MAD (Manufacture Around Disability) About Enterprises

This group provides a creative workshop environment for women with mental health problems to socialise and develop new skills through designing and making a range of arts and crafts. The grant will pay for start up costs (heaters, chairs, carpet, telephon

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Mar 1999 Solent Mind

A project to develop a counselling service for those with mental health problems by using student counsellors from a local college. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of three part-time counsellors, information material and running cos

£54,795 Community Fund
10 Feb 1999 Kala Chethena Kathakali Company

A celebration of Asian culture will involve disadvantaged groups in Wiltshire Somerset Northamptonshire Lincolnshire and Hertfordshire in the creation of a touring installation of outdoor sculptures lighting effects and performances involving a contempora

£30,000 Millennium Commission
9 Feb 1999 Bitterne Local History Society

Virtual Reality Time Travel History of Bitterne

£5,280 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 1999 Artswork

The Word

£25,000 Arts Council England
13 Jan 1999 Southampton City Council

A programme of events designed to celebrate Southampton's ocean links to include Ocean Watch - workshops lectures discussions and demonstrations about environmental and coastal issues and World Carnival - 60 carnival workshops in schools culminating in a

£75,000 Millennium Commission
13 Jan 1999 Southampton Millennium Trust

A multicultural arts festival with workshops and performances on the theme of Generations Together and a three-day festival in partnership with Solent People's Theatre and Art Asia will bring all the community together to celebrate Southampton's past pres

£49,241 Millennium Commission