Lottery grants awarded to Queenborough

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12 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
21 Sep 2016 Holy Trinity Church Queenborough

Quinquennial Church Repairs, plus the rebuilding of the Vestry area

£157,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
2 Dec 2014 Queenborough Town Community Centre Limited

This is a project by a registered charity and company limited by guarantee in Queenborough. The organisation will use the funding to deliver an activity programme based on Six Ways to Well-being: Be Active, Keep Learning, Give, Connect, Take Notice, Place and Care, create a local information hub and volunteering opportunities. This will enable residents to improve mental health and access additional learning opportunities.

£9,550 Big Lottery Fund
4 Dec 2013 Rushenden Community House

This is a project by a registered charity in Kent. The organisation will use the funding to purchase IT equipment to establish a community IT facility and deliver workshops focusing on budgeting and accessing benefits due to changes in the way benefits ar

£6,161 Big Lottery Fund
14 Feb 2011 Swale Borough Council

Queenborough Castle

£26,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Nov 2009 Rushenden Community House

This voluntary group provide facilities, recreation and education for the community of Queensborough and Halfway Ward. They will use an award to provide adult education courses for the community to improve participants' numeracy, literacy, cooking, comput

£9,163 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2009 Queenborough and Rushenden Action Together - QARAT

This group, based in Kent, supports the work of local community groups and offers support to groups starting up in the area. An award will be used to establish a community allotment at the Gateway Community Facility in Queenborough. They will also enlist

£9,950 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
4 Jul 2005 Queenborough Town Council

Queenborough Town Council in Kent will use an award to hold a 60th anniversary 1940's fayre with music, re-enactments, fairground and radio programmes with veterans stories.

£7,850 New Opportunities Fund
2 Aug 2004 Swale Council for Voluntary Service (Incorporating Swale Vol

Children attending the after school club at Rushenden CARE (Community Action Rushenden Estate) Centre, part of Swale Volunteering & Community Development Centre, have designed a wildlife garden. The creation of this garden will give the children the oppo

£505 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Jul 2003 GroundWork Medway Swale

Rushenden Young Peoples Action Group Heritage Trail

£14,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Nov 2002 Low-Fi


£24,500 Arts Council England
22 May 2002 Rushenden Gardening Club

To work with all sections of the Rushenden Community to design and landscape an area on the corner of Rushenden Road and First Avenue providing visual and physical amenities to the area. Environmental improvements include: tree and shrub planting by the l

£5,800 New Opportunities Fund
17 Jul 2001 Swale Council for Voluntary Service (Incorporating Swale Vol

This group will run a summer playscheme over a four week period, encompassing sporting activities and art and family trips. The award is for the cost of premises rent, coach hire for the family trips, 4 staff, use of an activity centre and sports and game

£3,210 Community Fund