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|17 Dec 1996||Forest Of Dean Association For The Visually Impaired
This project will provide information and advice to visually impaired people. The grant over three years will contribute towards running costs and provide for the training and salary of a part-time co-ordinator.
|17 Dec 1996||North Devon Hospice Care Trust
To provide a home based nursing service to terminally ill cancer patients. This one year grant will pay salaries of home care nurses, support staff, training and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Cornwall Friends Mobility Centre
This project will provide an extension for a drop-in centre for people with disabilities. It will also improve the workshop and provide offices. This three year grant will pay the building costs, fund the employment of three workers, go towards the centr
|17 Dec 1996||Headway Bristol
This group, which provides help to those with brain injuries, will improve its volunteer service. This three year grant will fund the costs of employing and training a co-ordinator.
|17 Dec 1996||Ilfracombe Voluntary Community Ambulance Association
Project will purchase a specially adapted bus to provide transport for elderly people with disability living in rural areas. The grant over one year is a contribution to a new minibus and a proportion of the running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||The Winfield Trust
Provision of care, education, training and rehabilitation for people suffering from schizophrenia and other mental illnesses. The grant, over three years, is for the salaries for two full time trainer/counsellors.
|17 Dec 1996||Cruse Bereavement Care In Cornwall
This counselling service for the bereaved will extend their service and provide a helpline. The grant over three years will provide half the salary costs for a full-time administrator and pay for office equipment, as well as contributing to the costs of p
|17 Dec 1996||Games Galore
This project will provide a publishing service for people with learning difficulties. The one year grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, a photocopier and software.
|17 Dec 1996||New Friends Playscheme
Develop play and leisure activities for disabled children and young people. This three year grant will fund a part-time co-ordinator and freelance workers, as well as equipment for the playscheme.
|17 Dec 1996||West Bank League Of Friends
To renovate and refurbish a building for the delivery of additional community facilities for sick, disabled and elderly people and carers. This one year grant will refurbish a building and contribute towards the purchase of equipment.
|17 Dec 1996||Look West
This organisation, for children who are visually impaired, will provide a static caravan. The grant, over three years, will provide a specially adapted caravan, site fees and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Salisbury Mencap Horticulture Trust
To build a new training room and dining room, toilet/shower etc. for use by disabled trainees. Also related accommodation, i.e. office, storage areas, public toilets etc.. A one year grant to build suitably adapted facilities for this group of trainees w
|17 Dec 1996||Multiple Sclerosis Society Of Britain & Northern Ireland
This group will be able to replace one of their vehicles and improve their services by refurbishing their building and taking on a full time co-ordinator. A two year grant buy a minibus, refurbish premises and employ staff to co-ordinate their team of vol
|17 Dec 1996||Newquay Mind
To use an allotment, shop and horticultural centre to enable people with mental health problems to rehabilitate through social interaction. The grant, over three years, is to employ two staff, purchase a minibus and computer and provide general running co
|17 Dec 1996||Honiton & District Community Transport Association
To provide specialist transport for mobility impaired people and their carers to shops and other amenities. The grant, over three years, will part-pay the costs of providing the transport services.
|17 Dec 1996||Cintre Community Ltd
This group helps those with learning and behavioural difficulties and will create a workshop in their residential home. The grant, over one year, will meet the costs of refurbishment.
|17 Dec 1996||Exeter Community Transport Group
This shopmobility project will provide wheelchairs for people with limited mobility. The three year grant will provide for the salary of a full-time co-ordinator and fees for a freelance worker, training costs and provision for wheelchair maintenance.
|17 Dec 1996||Two Town Talker
This project will expand a talking magazine for blind and partially sighted people. The grant, over three years, will be used to pay for recording equipment and running costs, and refurbishment costs.
|17 Dec 1996||The Shaw Trust Limited
This project provides a telephone shopping service for the sick, elderly and disabled to assist their carers. This grant, over three years, is to employ a full-time co-ordinator
|17 Dec 1996||Body Positive Dorset
Project provides self help day care to people affected by HIV/AIDS. The grant will purchase a building and will fund the necessary building costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Waltair Trust
The project will create a scented garden at this residential home for people with learning and physical difficulties. The grant, over one year, will pay for the landsacping of a scented garden.
|17 Dec 1996||East Devon Special Needs Youth Leisure Project
Project will provide a programme of activites for young people with learning difficulties. The grant over three years will provide for the salary of apart-time co-ordinator, contribute to general running expenses and travel and training costs.
|17 Dec 1996||The South West Multiple Sclerosis Centre
The grant, over one year, will part fund the land purchase and construction of a new centre and therapy equipment for sufferers of Multiple Sclerosis. .
|17 Dec 1996||Focus on Carers & Self-Help
This project will provide a drop-in facility and specialised support to carers of the mentally ill. This three year grant will fund two workers and pay for administrative expenses, as well as the cost of refurbishing the premises.
|17 Dec 1996||Camphill Village Trust Group Riding For The Disabled
This group will use its funding to take their disabled members on a riding holiday. The one year grant is for accommodation costs, transport, hire of horses and other related costs.
|17 Dec 1996||The Uplands Care Project
This project for elderly and disabled people will improve their services by refurbishing their premises. This three year grant will part-fund refurbishments and pay for two part-time staff members.
|17 Dec 1996||Wellwomen Information
The project will promote good health for black, disabled and low income women. This three year grant will fund a full-time development co-ordinator, training and running costs, and refurbishment costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Poole District Association For The Disabled
To provide a newsletter for disabled people. The grant, over one year, is to purchase a computer, desktop publishing equipment, laser printer and cover running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||South Wansdyke Learning And Living Our Way (SWALLOW)
Project, run by and for, people with learning difficulties seeking to live independently. This three year grant will cover office equipment, the salary of a part-time project manager and information production costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Swindon Advocacy Movement
This group will expand their citizen advocacy services. The grant, over three years, will meet the salaries of one full time and three part time staff and running expenses.
|17 Dec 1996||Bristol Dial-a-Ride
To provide accessible transport services to people with disabilities. The grant over two years will provide salaries for a driver/facilitator and part-time administrator. Also for a vehicle and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Swindon Beavers Action Group For The Disabled
This group will organise social activities for persons with disabilities. The grant, over three years, is to purchase an adapted minibus and cover the running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||The Southmead Project
This group will consolidate its drug prevention project for young people. The thre year grant will employ two workers for three years, and meet costs.
|17 Dec 1996||North Dorset Disability Information Service
This project will set up an information centre for people with disability, run by people with disability. The grant, over three years, will meet the costs of two salaries, purchase mobility aids as well as running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Bournemouth M E N C A P
This group will be able to re-establish a Saturday evening club for people with learning disabilities and their carers. The grant over three years will provide for three part-time club workers, and fund travel and training costs.
|17 Dec 1996||S P A (Peggy Dodd) Bath
This one year grant will purchase and fund the running costs of a day care centre for Alzheimer's Disease sufferers. .
|17 Dec 1996||Hearing Impaired Support System
To expand training/information provided by this hard of hearing self help group. The grant, over three years, will purchase mobility aids, meet freelance workers fees and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Bournemouth Society for the Visually Impaired
This Society which helps those with visual impairments will be able to improve access to the upper floor of their centre. The grant will meet the costs of purchasing and installing a stair-case stairlift.
|17 Dec 1996||Bournemouth & District Spina Bifida Association
Provide a caravan to enable people with disabilities to have a holiday and their carers to have some respite. The grant, over one year, is to purchase a caravan and cover running cost.
|17 Dec 1996||Salisbury & District Well Woman Centre
To expand the range of services for women with learning difficulties. This grant, over three years, will fund a centre manager, running costs and staff training.
|17 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care Taunton Branch
This project will provide a replacement minibus adpated for disabled people. A one year grant to purchase a suitable replacement minibus.
|17 Dec 1996||Torridge Voluntary Services
Provide a respite service to carers through home-based relief and support. The grant, over three years, will meet the salary costs of two staff and general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Salisbury Lifestyles
Develop an outreach support service for people with disabilities living in rural areas. The grant over three years will provide for the salary for three part-time outreach workers, training, travel costs.
|17 Dec 1996||The Living Room
To improve respite and hospice care for people with HIV and their carers in Bristol. This two year grant will pay the salary of a development worker and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Gloucestershire Carers Project
To set up a carers' phone line supplying information, advice and advocacy. This grant, over three years, will fund the employment of one advice worker, pay for the training of volunteers and running expenses.
|17 Dec 1996||Dorchester Opportunity Group
Provides therapeutic play and learning for children with special needs. The grant, over three years, will pay the salary of an adminstrator, cover the running costs and purchase equipment for a library.
|17 Dec 1996||Kennet Carers Association
This group will employ a support worker to provide training and respite for carers. This grant, over three years, will meet the salary of a support worker, running costs and meeting respite care expenses.
|17 Dec 1996||Cotswold Meeting Point
This project will provide groupwork specialising in bereavement counselling for disabled people. This three year grant will fund building alterations to accommodate this group, a full-time administrator and development worker, and the purchase of computer
|17 Dec 1996||Circle Of Friends
Provide social activities and a recreational working holiday for people with learning disabilities. The grant, over three years, will cover the fees of a sessional worker, a clerk and cover some running expenses.
|17 Dec 1996||Exeter Area Tinitus Self Help Group
This project will supply equipment and information forTinitus for sufferers. The grant, over three years, will purchase communications equipment, specialist literature and meet general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Somerset Cancer Care
A project assisting a care group for cancer sufferers and their carers. The grant, over three years, will pay freelance workers fees, information production costs and cover travelling expenses for volunteers and patients.
|17 Dec 1996||Guild Of Disabled Homeworkers
To provide a mobile enterprise aid unit to display and sell crafts and goods made by disabled people in their homes. The grant, over three years, will cover the costs of a vehicle and trailer, running expenses, as well as salaries and training costs of th
|17 Dec 1996||FRIEND (Weston Super Mare) Limited
An advocacy and outreach service to people with mental health disability. The project will enable users to access the organisations existing activities and support those who are unable to attend a resource centre. The three year grant will pay for an outr
|17 Dec 1996||Bournemouth Helping Services
This project will set up a shopmobility scheme for disabled people. The one year grant will provide electric wheelchairs, other mobility aids and office equipment.
|17 Dec 1996||Cheltenham and District Carers and Families
This project offers support to carers and their families. The grant over three years will provide office equipment, fund running costs, enable the expansion of the toy library and provide holidays and respite care.
|17 Dec 1996||Age Concern Bridport, Chancery House Daycare Centre
The Age Concern day centre will erect a new two storey extension which will enhance their provision and extend their range of services in this rural location. The grant, over one year, will pay for the day centre extension.
|17 Dec 1996||Mendip Council For Voluntary Services
Expand existing transport scheme for those with disabilities in an area with significant rural isolation. The grant over three years will provide two community transport buses and a multiple people vehicle and the salary of a driver.
|17 Dec 1996||Saltash Shopmobility
This shopmobility project will provide additional wheelchairs and refurbish its premises. The grant over three years will contribute towards the vehicles, office equipment, refurbishment, running costs and information production costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Allsorts Preschool
Dedicated space and equipment for one to one teaching of pre-school children with attention deficit disorder. This will increase the numbers of play sessions and make the service availabe to more children. This three year grant will meet the cost of refur
|17 Dec 1996||Thamesdown Dial A Ride & Community Transport
This group will purchase a converted car to provide taxi service for those with disabilities. The grant is to purchase a specially adapted car.
|17 Dec 1996||Sick Children In Crisis
To enable terminally ill and seriously ill children and their families to enjoy a holiday/respite care. The one year grant will purchase a caravan, office equipment and fundraising work.
|17 Dec 1996||Dance Voice
This group enables people with mental health problems to access community facilities in the arts, leisure and educational fields. The grant, over three years, will meet salaries and fees, as well as purchasing computer equipment and information productio
|17 Dec 1996||Amesbury - Boscombe Down Link Scheme
To provide a Good Neighbour Scheme providing volunteers for respite care in the community. The grant, over three years, will meet the costs of telephone bills, insurance, information leaflets and some general running expenses.
|17 Dec 1996||Breakthrough Counselling (Cornwall)
To provide qualified counsellors to adults who have been sexually abused. This three year grant will fund a full-time counsellor, allied running costs, travel and training, and consultancy advice.
|17 Dec 1996||Dorset Respiratory Group
The grant, over three years, will fund transport and general running costs of this group which assists people with chest complaints and their carers. .
|17 Dec 1996||Weston Hospicecare
Project will provide hospice beds within the community for respite and palliative care. This three year grant will cover the costs of nurses, auxilary staff, fundraisers, an administrator and the refurbishment of premises.
|17 Dec 1996||Chew Valley Befrienders
This group trains volunteers to befriend those with learning difficulties. The grant, over three years, will be used for running costs, producing information leaflets and to cover training.
|17 Dec 1996||Westerleigh Manor Day Centre
This day centre for the elderly and disabled people will be able to develop new activities. This one year grant will contribute towards running costs and activities.
|17 Dec 1996||Devon & Cornwall Autistic Community Trust
This group, which helps children with Autism and their families, will develop mutual support groups for families across the area. The grant, over three years, will fund two workers, running costs, training and travel for volunteers and beneficiaries, info
|17 Dec 1996||British Red Cross Dorset Branch
To set up, operate and evaluate an emergency domiciliary respite care service. The grant over two years will provide for office equipment, the salary of a full-time co-ordinator and a part-time administrator and training and travel costs for staff and vol
|17 Dec 1996||Dhek Bhal
To extend the scope of this healthcare service for Asian women through an outreach system which will include a sitting service to support carers. The grant, over three years, will meet the salaries, costs as well general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Gloucestershire Council On Alcohol
The project will support alcholics in rural areas and raise awareness of help available to carers. This grant will fund the costs of a development worker for three years, as well as providing training and travel expenses for volunteers.
|17 Dec 1996||Alzheimer's Society
The group will purchase a computer to facilitate a more efficient record-keeping system and produce information newsletters. The grant, over one year, is to buy a computer, printer and software and training.
|17 Dec 1996||Alzheimer's Society
This Alzheimer's Disease Society wishes to set up a befriending scheme for carers of sufferers of dementia. The grant over thre years will provide for the salary of a part-time co-ordinator.
|17 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care Gloucester Branch
To meet the increasing costs of running and developing branch work and to extend outreach services into rural areas. The grant over three years will cover general running costs and travel costs for beneficiaries.
|17 Dec 1996||Bristol Mind
This group seeks to develop an independent mental health advocacy service. This three year grant will fund one full-time worker and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Frome Healthy Heart Group
The project will improve the service provided for cardiac rehabilitation. This grant over one year will provide for the purchase of exercise equipment and information material, the costs of training and contribution to general running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||South Side Family Project
This group will improve its support for people who have been sexually abused. The grant, over three years, will pay the salaries of full time and part time staff, the production of information material and traning and travel costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Caradon Housing Youth Project
Project will assist healthcare promotion for young homeless people. This three year grant will employ a counsellor to work with young people, and fund the promotional material.
|17 Dec 1996||North Wiltshire & Devizes Portage Service
This self-help teaching organisation for pre-school children with learnng difficulties, will provide equipment and toys with this funding. The grant, over three years, will be used to purchase training aids, toys and office equipment.
|17 Dec 1996||Kennet Friends
This organisation, supporting those with mental health problems, will establish a job club. The grant, over three years, will meet the salaries of two staff, the costs of gardening and photographic equipment and running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care - Bodmin & Wadebridge Branch
This group provides support services to those suffering from arthritis iin rural areas. The grant over three years will be used for general running costs and to pay for respite holidays.
|17 Dec 1996||Barton Hill Advice Centre
This group, which provides help to those who are disabled and housebound, will be able to improve their service. This three year grant will fund an advice worker and allied costs, as well as information production costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Carers National Association - Plymouth
This project will provide an information leaflet for carers. The grant, over one year, is to cover the production of an information booklet.
|17 Dec 1996||Falmouth Mencap
This group for people with learning difficulties will improve facilities at their day care centre. The one year grant will fund building and refurbishment costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Mid Devon Messenger (Reading for the Blind)
To provide new equipment for the visually impaired. The grant is to purchase new cassette recording equipment.
|17 Dec 1996||Bristol Area Dance Agency
This group will provide regular exercise sessions with a focus on health promotion, on an outreach basis, to groups of elderly people in Bristol and Bath. This three year grant will fund a part-time co-ordinator and freelance workers, as well as equipment
|17 Dec 1996||Carrick Care And Repair
The agency is seeking to provide additional assistance for disabled and injured people. This three year grant will fund the employment, training and travel costs of a full-time caseworker.
|17 Dec 1996||Bread Youth Club
This project will develop a peer education sexual health group. The three year grant will fund a part-time development worker and the production of promotional materials.
|17 Dec 1996||Dorset Drug & Alcohol Advisory Service
Develop and support drop-in centres providing advice and guidance on substance misuse. The grant, over three years, will pay the salaries of two project workers and meet general costs including travel, training and recruitment expenses, as well as trainin
|17 Dec 1996||Off The Record (Bath)
This organisation for people with disabilities, will set up a drop in service for young people, parents and carers and improve access for the users. The grant, over one year, will purchase a stair lift, computer equipment and some mobility aids as well as
|17 Dec 1996||Gloucestershire Dance
To enable young people with a disability to take part in high quality professional dancing. The grant over one year will contribute to the co-ordinator's salary, provide educational and promotional material and help towards travel costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Headway - North Devon
To establish a day centre to offer care and support, including speech therapy, to those with brain injuries and their relatives and carers. This grant, over three years, will meet the salary costs of a co-ordinator, running expenses,and training and trave
|17 Dec 1996||Avon Youth Association
This health programme will attempt to prevent girls and young women from developing serious eating disorders. The grant over three years will provide for the salary of a part-time worker and contribute to the costs of equipment, training and running costs
|17 Dec 1996||The Bridge Project
This independent project will offer specialist services to adult survivors of child sexual abuse. The grant, over three years, will pay the salaries of three staff, purchase equipment and meet running expenses.
|17 Dec 1996||British Epilepsy Association
The association wishes to raise awareness among GPs. The grant will meet the cost of producing an information leaflet for general distribution.
|17 Dec 1996||Domestic Violence Forum, Bath And North East Somerset
This group will establish a helpline for victims of domestic violence. The grant over three years will fund the salary of a full-time co-ordinator and cover running costs.
|17 Dec 1996||Youth Action For Truro
The development of a range of health promotion initiatives for young people. This three year grant will fund two part-time workers, their travel and training; consultancy fees and promotional materials, as well as running costs and the purchase of commun
|17 Dec 1996||Freshbrook Lunch Club
This organisation provides lunches for its elderly members. The grant, over three years, will meet the costs of transporting members to and from the club and the purchase of mobility aids.
|17 Dec 1996||Redruth & District Branch, Arthritis Care
To pay transport costs and grants made towards respite care. This grant, over three years, will meet the travel costs and holiday/respite care costs of carers.