Lottery grants awarded to Bourne End

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16 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
7 Jul 2016 Upper Thames Sailing Club

Energy Supply & Changing Room Improvements

£40,000 Sport England
30 Aug 2013 Upper Thames Sailing Club

Energy Supply & Changing Room Improvements

£50,000 Sport England
19 May 2011 Upper Thames Sailing Club

UTSC Safety Boat

£10,000 Sport England
17 Dec 2009 Upper Thames Sailing Club

Youth Sailing Development

£8,074 Sport England
15 Sep 2009 Heroes Return Award to an individual

One Second World War veteran from Bourne End has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorativ visit to France in June of this year. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran, one spouse and one carer.

£1,300 Big Lottery Fund
10 Feb 2009 The Marlow Camera Club

This camera club will use an award to replace their old projection facilities with a new digital one. The group will also buy a new computer, audio equipment and photoshop software. The new equipment will enable the club to keep up to date with the latest

£3,695 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Oct 2008 Harriet Mitchell

7 week research period in Berlin

£1,027 Arts Council England
3 Mar 2005 Marlow Archaeological Society

Archaeology of the Thames Valley in the Marlow Area

£22,589 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Feb 2005 The National Autistic Society

With Lottery funding this group will extend the Rainbow Club, where autistic children in the South Bucks area can participate in social, cultural, leisure and sporting activities. It will develop its music, dance and craft activities by using professiona

£2,625 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Feb 2004 The National Autistic Society

This branch of the National Autistic Society will establish a club for autistic children aged 3-11. A range of activities will be available including art, music, keep fit and dance, all of which will help improve social skills.

£2,200 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Jul 2002 The Wye Valley School

The Wye Valley School

£93,499 New Opportunities Fund
24 May 2000 Buckinghamshire Childminding Association

This group provides training and information for childminders and promotes good childminding practices. The project involves a training day for childminders and producing a newsletter to keep childminders informed about local training opportunities and ac

£700 Community Fund
24 May 2000 Wye Valley Volunteer Bureau

This group guides persons who are willing to undertake voluntary service, and advises and guides organisations using volunteers. They are replacing their minibus which is used to transport local elderly and disabled people to social outings. The award is

£5,000 Community Fund
6 Apr 2000 The Wye Valley Specialist Sports College

This secondary school will hold a sporting festivaL primarily for year 6 pupils. This will be an inter school competition with approximately 150 primary schools from across Buckinghamshire taking part with 20 host secondary schools also being involved in

£3,800 Sport England
18 Sep 1997 Bourne End (Bucks) Community Association

The project will provide a comprehensive accessibility package to the existing community centre. . The grant, over one year, will pay for the refurbishment of the centre and the provision of facilities for the disabled including disabled toilets, ramps,

£48,725 Community Fund
13 Nov 1995 Bourne End Junior Sports Club

"Development of existing junior sports club incorporating extensions to sports hall, climbing wall, additional changing and ancillaries. "

£266,004 Sport England