Lottery grants awarded to Carterton

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27 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
12 Oct 2015 AESOP Arts and Society Limited

National Arts in Health Celebration and Showcase

£50,000 Arts Council England
17 Apr 2015 AESOP Arts and Society Limited

Dance to Health

£87,000 Arts Council England
14 Dec 2011 Brize Norton Parochial Church Council

Church of St Britius

£106,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jul 2011 Carterton Community College

This is a project by a community college in Carterton, Oxfordshire. The group will use the funding to establish a programme of technology and sporting activities for families in the community.

£9,970 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2010 St Britus Parochial Church Council

Church of St Britius

£150,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Apr 2010 RC Parish of St Joseph Carterton

St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church and Church Hall

£144,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Jun 2009 windrush valley amateur boxing club

access for all

£8,250 Sport England
11 Mar 2009 Brize Norton Primary School

This primary school will use an award to provide activities promoting healthier lifestyles to children and families. The activities, which will take place out of school hours, will include fencing, drama, archery and cookery classes. The project aims to h

£5,153 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
13 Oct 2008 Brize Norton Junior Netball Club

Brize Norton Junior Netball club will use funding to provide extra curricula coaching to primary school teachers and children from local schools. They will also run taster sessions for secondary school pupils and provide opportunities for current members

£4,736 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
15 Sep 2008 Carterton Squash Club

This squash club will use an award to refurbish the floors of two of its courts. Floor improvements will improve health and safety and enable the club to attract former players that no longer use the facilities due to their poor condition.

£5,100 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 May 2008 Carterton Community College

This community college will use the award to provide social and physical activities to help promote family learning and healthier lifestyles. There will be specific focus on those who are disadvantaged or vulnerable, both within primary and secondary scho

£10,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
5 Dec 2007 Carterton Town Council

Carterton Town Council will give their tired Tower Square a makeover. Working in partnership with Carterton Fast Forward Environment Group, the project will see an area of the town centre spruced up in a bid to cut down on late night anti-social behaviour

£38,380 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2006 Girl Guiding Oxfordshire

This Guide Group Will Use The Award To Furnish New Headquarters And Holiday Home Building.

£2,049 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Mar 2006 Carterton Community College

This College Will Work In Partnership With Five Feeder Primary Schools And A Local Dance Group To Raise The Profile Of Dance. Pupils Will Take Part In After School Dance Sessions Led By Professionals, Culminating In An Inter School Dance Festival And A C

£4,240 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 Jan 2006 Carterton Posterity Project

Carterton Posterity Project

£20,301 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Nov 2005 Brize Norton Parish Council

The Existing Play Area That This Parish Council Provides Is Used Extensively But The Equipment Is Now Becoming Old And Unsafe. In Order To Comply With Current Legislation The Parish Council Will Update The Area By Installing A Safety Surface And New Equi

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Carterton has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in July of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse and a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£780 New Opportunities Fund
8 Sep 2004 Carterton Cinema Club

Digital NTE Fund

£4,900 Arts Council England
10 Jun 2004 Carterton Fast Forward Heritage Group

Carterton's Fast Forward Heritage

£21,678 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 May 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Carterton has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
2 Apr 2003 Carterton Community College

The School, For Boys And Girls Aged 11-16, Will Run A Girls' Football Programme Involving Local Secondary And Primary Schools. The Extra Curricular Programme Will Include Coaching, Formation Of A Girls' Football Team And Links With The Local Club.

£2,779 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
22 Jan 2003 Brize Norton Ladies Football Club

This Newly Formed Club Promotes The Sport Of Football For Women And Girls In The Local Community. The Project Is To Provide Start Up Costs And Coaching For Members, Which Will Raise Standards In Training Sessions. Recruitment Of Girls To Establish An Addi

£2,764 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Aug 2002 West Oxfordshire & Hampshire Rugby League Development Team

This Organisation Will Develop Its Coaching Program Through Training For Its Coaches And The Provision Of New Equipment.

£4,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Sep 2001 Buttercross Quilters

The Project Will Enable The Group To Exhibit Quilts, Which They Have Made, At A 3 Day Exhibition In Witney, Using Specialist Stands As A Means To Promote Quilting And Increase Membership.

£590 Arts Council England
17 Sep 2001 West Oxfordshire District Council

Carterton Artificial Pitch Project

£248,487 Sport England
20 Sep 2000 Bright Start Pre-School

This pre-school is buying a bouncy castle and play equipment which will increase the range of play activities available to the children at the pre-school. The award is for a bouncy castle and educational toys.

£800 Community Fund
11 Nov 1999 WEA-Witney Branch

This group provides and promotes adult education in the Witney area. They will run a 12 week course called 'Making Storysacks' for parents of young children, in which parents will learn and develop a variety of skills. This will help to improve their conf

£864 Community Fund