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|21 Mar 2001||Pegasus Roller Skating Club of Herne Bay
"This Group Promote The Sport Of Roller Skating And Are Purchasing New Equipment In Order To Provide For New Members. The Award Is For The Purchase Of 15 Pairs Of Roller Skates, Bearings, Chassis And Wheels."
|21 Mar 2001||Margate Water Sports Academy
This group promote the sport of sailing to all people within the Margate area, and are purchasing boats in order to encourage new sailors to take part in the groups activities.
|1 Mar 2001||Broadstairs Folk Week
Broadstairs Folk Week - Artistic and Organisational Development
|£74,133||Arts Council England|
|15 Feb 2001||Thanet Community Development Trust
The grant will be used to create 40 before-school places, 123 after-school places, 20 holiday places and 40 weekend places by creating 2 new clubs and extending 1 existing club in the Kent area. The places will cater for children aged 4 - 14 years old an
|£80,289||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 Jan 2001||Chatham House School
This School Is Putting A On Weekend Jazz Course For Pupils At Chatham House And Other Local Schools Culminating In A Series Of Concerts Which Will Be Put On In Local Primary Schools. They Will Advertise The Event In All Local Schools And Will Also Use The
|£465||Arts Council England|
|24 Jan 2001||SOLO (Save Our Living Organs)
This group promotes the relief of sickness of kidney patients living in the community in Thanet. The award is for office materials and equipment, training, publicity and promotional materials and four quarterly meetings.
|20 Dec 2000||Age Concern Margate
The project is to build a new day centre as a replacement for a semi-permanent building dating from the 1940s and in need of renovation. It will provide day care facilities to more elderly people, especially those who are unable to access the current buil
|13 Dec 2000||Pie Factory Music
Sounding out Thanet
|£316,050||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 2000||Kent Community Organisation
The project is to develop and extend a refugee support service for the Thanet Area including a social centre, training and advice and outreach services. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of a full-time co-ordinator, a full-time admini
|27 Oct 2000||St Paul's Community Trust
The Project Will Establish A New Full-Time Post Of Welfare Officer, To Provide Personal Assistance To The Clients Of This Community And Training Centre, Which Serves A Deprived Area Of Margate. The Worker Will Also Refer People To Other Services That Woul
|28 Sep 2000||Thanet District Council
Margate Old Town THI
|£622,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Sep 2000||1st Westgate-On-Sea Scout Group
This Scout group will renovate their hut by extending their facilities and replacing out of date fixtures and fittings in the hut. They will also build an equipment store to improve the facilities of the group. The award is for the renovation of facilitie
|20 Sep 2000||1st Garlinge Scout Group
This Scout group need urgent repairs to replace the felt of the hut so that it continues to be available for use for many years to come. The award is for a repairs to the roof of the Scout hut
|20 Sep 2000||Manston Village Hall
This village hall management committee is installing new lights and a new power supply to meet new safety standards. The award is for the installation of a new lighting and electrical system.
|16 Aug 2000||Margate Deaf Club
This group manages the Margate Deaf Centre that provides social and educational facilities for deaf people. The project is to provide new curtains and lighting for the stage in the Deaf Centre. The award is for the purchase and installation of curtains an
|16 Aug 2000||Dover Schools Football Association
"This group provides football facilities for boys and girls to represent schools within the Thanet area. The award is for the purchase of football training equipment, training kits for 5 squads of 15, volunteers costs and travel costs."
|16 Aug 2000||Holy Trinity and St John's CEP School
This group is a primary school after school tennis club. It is run for children aged 9 to 11. Their project is to fund equipment for the club to cater for all abilities as at present the group borrow equipment from a local tennis club and the tennis deve
|16 Aug 2000||Kent County Amateur Fencing Union
This group provide training and competition teams in fencing. They are buying equipment to be used at taster sessions. This award is for beginners foils masks adult jackets junior jackets gloves and chest protectors.
|5 Jul 2000||Thanet Neighbourhood Watch Association
This group provides protection for local communities against crime by means of Neighbourhood Watch Schemes and liaison with local police. They are updating their communication system to allow them to use fax, e-mail and a website as well as telephones. Th
|16 Jun 2000||Playaways
The grant will be used to provide 20 after-school and 20 holiday places for children aged 3-11 years old in Ramsgate. Schools served will be Chilton, Newington, Priory, Ellington and St Lawrance.
|£9,900||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Thanet Childcare Training Scheme Ltd
The grant will be used to provide 60 holiday places for children aged 5-14 years old in Broadstairs, Kent. Schools served will be St Peters in Thanet C of E and Callis Grange Infants. The scheme will also serve the children of Social Services and Benefi
|£16,796||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 May 2000||Royal Air Forces Association-Ramsgate & Broadstairs Branch
This group is established to promote, through the comradeship engendered by its members, the welfare by charitable means of all serving and former members of the Air Forces, and their dependents. They are providing new flooring for their building, repair
|24 May 2000||Hugin Vikings Football Club
This football club has 120 members aged from 7 to adult it is affiliated to Kent County Football Association. The project entails purchasing sports equipment and financing training course fees. The award is for trainers course fees.
|3 May 2000||Harris, Ms, Margaret
Dance Studio Poetry Residency
|£2,500||Arts Council England|
|17 Apr 2000||Margate Cricket Club
"New pavilion, mower, car park and boundary fencing. "
|6 Apr 2000||Wellington Crescent Residents Association
This group represents the interests of residents and encourages upgrade and maintenance of local environment. They are making a 15 minute video on the history of the Grade II Listed Georgian crescent and its 29 houses. The award is for video camera hire,
|£1,760||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Apr 2000||Salmestone CP School
This junior school will purchase new rugby kit to be used by the after school club that is run by teachers and parents. The award is for rugby kits shin pads balls training bibs corner flags and team sweatshirts.
|30 Mar 2000||The Landmark Trust
|£1,790,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Mar 2000||Channel Theatre Trust
|£74,915||Arts Council England|
|1 Mar 2000||Thanet Primary Schools Rugby Association
This group provides rugby training classes to boys and girls and teachers in the Thanet area and arranges events between local schools. They will organise an event which will take place on 6 May 2000 in which 25 teams from local schools will take part.
|1 Mar 2000||Newington and Northwood Football Club
This group provides opportunities for recreational facilities for young people in Ramsgate Kent. They have recently started and require kit for the football team in order for them to be able to take part in competitions. The award is for kit for the club
|14 Feb 2000||Millmead Neighbourhood Centre Association
The grant will be used to extend the current facility to provide an additional 48 holiday places for children aged 5-11 in the Margate area of Kent. Schools served will be Northdown CP School, Drapers Mills CP school and Cliftonville CP school.
|£17,834||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Feb 2000||Thanet Early Years Project
The grant will be used to create an additional 20 after-school and 20 holiday club places for children aged 3-11 in the Newington ward of Thanet, a deprived inner city area. Schools served will be Newington Infants & Juniors, Dame Janet Infants & Juniors
|£1,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|2 Feb 2000||Thanet District Council
Broadstairs Seafront Promenade & Gardens
|£433,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jan 2000||Thanet Hard of Hearing Club
This group promotes the well-being and interest off those all with impaired hearing and proposes to stage a deaf awareness exhibition accessible to hearing and hearing impaired people in the Thanet area. They also intend the hold a 10th anniversary celebr
|26 Jan 2000||Holy Trinity (Margate) Sea Scout Group
This group provides a range of scouting activities including water based ones to young people. They are purchasing new safety equipment and a trailer for moving canoes. The award is for purchase of a canoe trailer and cage and purchase of helmets and lif
|8 Dec 1999||Broadstairs & St Peters Millennium Group
This group has been established to meet and fundraise specifically for Millennium projects. They are organising a beacon event on Millennium Eve. Two beacons, P.A., musicians and wall-hanging.
|2 Dec 1999||Thanet Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will continue and develop outreach services offered through a mobile advice centre. It will also increase the availability and accessibility of services by recruiting an additional advisor, who will attend community-based projects and make hom
|2 Dec 1999||Home-Start Thanet
The project will continue weekly family group sessions, which provide an opportunity for parents and their children to meet together for mutual support, education, self help and social interaction. The grant, over three years, will pay for play equipment,
|22 Nov 1999||Thanet Indoor Bowls Club
Levelling floor and laying new carpet
|11 Nov 1999||Thanet Baby Bereavement Support Group
This group provides support to bereaved parents who have suffered the loss of a baby, acting as a centre of information and advice to both parents and health professionals. The project is purchase computer equipment to cope with the increasing size of the
|11 Nov 1999||Thanet Indoor Bowls Club
This group aims to promote and foster the game of bowls. The group have received an award from Sport England one of the conditions of the grant was that the group would set up a junior section this equipment would enable them to do this. 14 sets of sma
|11 Nov 1999||Thanet Wanderers Rugby Union Football Club
This group provides rugby union training, coaching and competitive matches for men and women.The project is to provide training for teachers and other adults in coaching tag rugby to 11-16 year old girls.The club will then organise a festival of tag rugby
|14 Oct 1999||St. Christopher's Luncheon Club
This group provides support and social contact to isolated older people in Thanet. The project is to organise a trip to London for a city tour and to visit Millennium projects. A city tour, Millennium projects guide and coach hire.
|14 Oct 1999||Thanet South Guide Division
This group works to develop the Guide Association within the Division of Thanet. The project is to equip an office to provide local members with information on training, recruitment and promotion. A computer system and training, office equipment and furni
|1 Sep 1999||Margate Poetry Festival
This Group Promotes Awareness Of Poetry And Encourages Original Writing. The Group Organise An Annual Poetry Festival, Including Workshops And A Poetry Competition. The Award Is For Hire Of Venue, Fees For Guest Poet, Publicity, And Expenses.
|£1,980||Arts Council England|
|1 Sep 1999||The Seventy Choir of Thanet
This Choir Performs Both Secular And Sacred Music Four Times A Year, As Well As Performing In Residential Homes. This Project, In Partnership With The Thanet Festival Choir, Is To Stage A Performance Of Verdi'S Requiem With Professional Singers. The Award
|£1,485||Arts Council England|
|1 Sep 1999||Thanet Festival Choir
This Group Gives Public Performances Of Choral Works Three Times A Year. This Project, In Partnership With The Seventy Choir Of Thanet, Is To Stage A Performance Of Verdi'S Requiem. The Award Is For Professionals' Fees.
|£1,500||Arts Council England|
|1 Sep 1999||10th Margate St Pauls Scout Group
This group provides Scouting opportunities for young people in the area of Margate. The project will enable the group to replace the floor of their hall. The award is for a new floor, air vents and extractor units.
|1 Sep 1999||Westgate on Sea Community Centre Association
This group manages the Westgate Community Centre. The award is for stacking chairs, folding tables, a cooker, a fridge and kitchen refurbishment.
|1 Sep 1999||The Ramsgate Society
The objects of this group are to stimulate public interest in and care for the beauty, history and character of the area of the town and its surroundings. Working in a deprived area where vandalism is a problem, the group have piloted a series of lecture
|£4,825||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 1999||The Margate Historical Society
This group promotes the history of the historic Borough and present town of Margate. This project is to write and publish a booklet entitled 'Bygone Margate, A Millennium Peep into the Past'. As well as being available to the public, the booklet will be s
|£1,395||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 1999||The Pugin Society
The aims of this group are to advance the education of the public in the life and work of Pugin through meetings, lectures and architectural outings. They also aim to bring people together to help enhance and elevate the Ramsgate town image. The project
|£4,875||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 1999||Broadstairs Sailing Club
This group promotes interest in sailing in the Thanet area. The project is to increase its junior section by providing free training. The award is for an outboard motor buoyancy aids and training courses.
|5 Aug 1999||The Christian Housing Trust
The project will establish a Community Cafe in Ramsgate for people suffering social exclusion caused by mental health problems, homelessness, inadequate accommodation or substance misuse. The grant, over three years, will pay for recruitment costs, runnin
|24 Jun 1999||Pegwell and District Association
This group aims to preserve and protect the local environment. It provides regular walks and rambles, monthly meetings and coffee mornings for the local housebound who are transported to the meetings. Members are kept informed about local affairs by a mon
|24 May 1999||Thanet District Council
Construction of Sports Hall.
|27 Apr 1999||Manston Village Hall
This group provides and maintains the village hall. The grant will part fund the renewal of the hall floor, improving safety for all the users.
|27 Apr 1999||1st St Lawrence Scouts and 6th Ramsgate Guides
This group maintains the hut which it owns and manages for the scout and guide group, and provides a range of leisure and skills based activities. The grant will pay for replacement windows and part-funding of replacement heating system.
|27 Apr 1999||1st Birchington Air Scout Group
This Scout group runs a programme of activities for 90 scouters aged 6 - 18. The grant will pay for kitchen refurbishment, replacement exterior windows and doors.
|24 Mar 1999||Thanet District Council
Ramsgate, Albion Place Gardens & Wellington Crescent
|£204,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Mar 1999||The Ramsgate Society
This group encourages high standards of architecture and town planning and stimulates interest in and care for the area. The group is involved in the creation of The Ramsgate Millennium Book, which will involve the whole town, give a history and descript
|11 Mar 1999||(Guides of Kent - Kent East) Thanet North Division
This group provides guiding opportunities in the Thanet area, for girls aged 5-18, and leadership training for adults. The grant is for 4 Oakland tents, 2 Colorado tents, 18 camp beds and a stove.
|11 Mar 1999||Acol Village Hall
This group runs Acol village hall for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to install a modular stage system to improve facilities for meetings, demonstrations, plays and entertainment.
|4 Mar 1999||St Andrews District Church Committee
The project will upgrade facilities, provide a new meeting room and improved storage at this church hall built in 1908 and used by church and community based organisations. The grant, over one year, will provide a contribution to the refurbishment costs a
|22 Feb 1999||The Rector and PCC of St George the Martyr
St George the Martyr, Ramsgate, Kent
|£758,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|13 Jan 1999||Ramsgate Town Partnership
The creation of a community performance involving young people older people and those who do not usually participate in cultural activities culminating in a street procession and showcase.
|7 Jan 1999||St Christopher's Luncheon Club
This group provides support and social contact, outings and activities to break the isolation of the elderly in the area. The grant will be used to install new seat belts in their minibus, and pay for vehicle running costs for six months.
|5 Nov 1998||Fusion (An Association For The Disabled)
This group provides social activities and occupational therapy for physically disabled persons. The grant will pay for servicing and maintenance costs of the ambulance, and to purchase craft materials and equipment.
|27 Oct 1998||1st Margates (St John's) Scout Group
The project is to refurbish two scout buildings to improve disabled facilities and increase usage. The refurbished building will then meet health and safety standards regulations for use by children, be suitable to hold social events and offer garaging fo
|16 Sep 1998||The British S.P.D. Support Group
A project providing support for women with pelvic dysfunctions caused through pregnancy. The grant, over three years, will pay for four staff salaries, office equipment , the cost of producing a video and other associated project costs. A project provid
|13 Aug 1998||PCC and churchwardens
St Saviour, Westgate-on-Sea, Kent
|£19,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Apr 1998||Thanet District Council
Margate Heritage Seafront Project
|£515,250||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Apr 1998||Thanet District Council
Thanet Towns CAPS
|£690,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Mar 1998||Thanet Volunteer Bureau
This project, based on a successful pilot scheme, will provide a furniture recycling scheme for the local community. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, staff salaries, training and running costs.
|11 Feb 1998||Channel Theatre Trust
Purchase and main refurbishment/fitout of education/rehearsal space
|£299,940||Arts Council England|
|15 Dec 1997||Old Schools Committee
Minster Old School
|£87,750||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Dec 1997||Chatham House Grammar School
Purchase of wind instruments and trailer
|£63,013||Arts Council England|
|18 Sep 1997||Thanet Early Years Project
This project will provide additional play and education facilities to meet the demand from the local community and reinstate the parent group. The one year grant will be used to purchase and equip a new building.
|11 Jun 1997||Ramsgate Fringe Festival Community Puppet Workshop
Community Puppet Workshop Project
|£2,160||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Artmanoir
|£3,885||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Kent Dance Enterprise
Dance Development in Kent
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Thanet Electronic Organ Club
Thanet Electronic Organ Club Community Project
|£3,750||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Wish Tower Festival
Wish Tower Festival of New Model Theatre and Traditional Toy Theatre
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1997||Margate Theatre Royal Trust
Public Awareness Campaign
|£3,780||Arts Council England|
|22 Apr 1997||Thanet District Council
Thanet Towns CAPS - Obelisk
|£146,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Apr 1997||Thanet District Council
Thanet Towns CAPS - Fort Promenade
|£85,275||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Mar 1997||Hauschka Baryton Ensemble
Commissioning, performing and recording a new work
|£3,900||Arts Council England|
|19 Mar 1997||Fixtures & Fittings
Free Open Air Twelth Night
|£715||Arts Council England|
|17 Dec 1996||Melting Pot Club
To provide social and leisure activities for people with learning difficulties, their families and/or carers. The grant, over one year, is for the purchase of a new computer system providing the users with first hand practical experiences of computing.
|22 Oct 1996||Landmark Trust
|£183,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Sep 1996||Wantsum Angling Association
Re-establish fish stocks following catastrophic vandalism
|19 Aug 1996||Broadstairs & St Peters Lawn Tennis Club
Convert 3 grass courts to floodlit all-weather
|26 Jun 1996||Birchington Silver Band
Replacement of musical instruments
|£30,500||Arts Council England|
|11 Jun 1996||Millmead Neighbourhood Centre Association
The support and extension of two after school clubs and the development of three further after school clubs for children aged 6 - 10. The grant, over three years, is to employ a full time and part time youth worker, a computer and some running costs.
|11 Jun 1996||Oasis
To provide refuge for women and their children fleeing violent situations. The grant, over three years, is to employ two part time office workers, new furniture and office equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||St Paul's Community Trust
Provide updated community services to low income individuals in Cliffton. The grant over three years is for the purchase of office equipment and furniture and the salaries for two full time staff and three part time staff and associated oncosts.
|11 Jun 1996||Ramsgate Sporting Youth Centre
Provides support for children temporarily excluded or suspended from school with a place to go in order to provide them with educational activites. The grant, over three years will employ a project manager and four sessional workers and pay for related ru
|11 Jun 1996||Home-Start Thanet
Provide a once a week family group meeting, enabling users of the homestart service to meet together for mutual support, education, self help and socialisation. The grant, over three years, is for the hire of meeting rooms, play equipment for children, sa
|15 May 1996||Channel Theatre Trust
Purchase of stage and office equipment
|£49,901||Arts Council England|