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|20 Aug 1997||'Origins' Literature Development Project
'Origins - Stories of Crossing the Seas'
|£45,420||Arts Council England|
|19 Dec 1995||102nd Christ The King Guide Unit
Opportunity To Partake In County, Country, Worldwide Guiding
|13 Sep 2006||128th Street Oswald Brownies
This Brownie Group Wish To Purchase I.T. Equipment And Receive Necessary Training To Improve Their I.T. Skills And Produce Posters And Flyers. The Brownies Approached Their Leaders Requesting The New Equipment And Training. In Addition, They Are Keen To E
|£4,828||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|18 Mar 2004||145th St Aldhelm's Guide Company
New Equipment Will Enable This Inner City Guide Company To Hold An Annual Week Long Camp And Weekend Camping Trips.
|£2,875||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|13 Feb 1998||146th St Cuthberts Scout Group
The grant will pay for essential repairs to keep this Scout Group's hut open and available to groups in the community.
|28 Jan 2003||15th Bristol St Martins Scout Group
This Scout Group Will Renovate The Existing Toilet To Provide Access For Disabled People. Convert 2 Toilets Into Facility For Disabled -ú2480
|£2,480||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|23 Feb 2005||15th Bristol St Martins Scout Group
The Award Will Be Spent On Upgrading The Heating System And Also On Some New Chairs For The Hall.
|£4,036||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|19 May 2011||1625 Independent People Ltd
The 'FUTURE 4 ME' project led by 1625 Independent People will support young people leaving care or young offender institutions in Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire, and North Somerset. It will work to build up confidence and tru
|£999,607||Big Lottery Fund|
|22 Aug 2012||1625 Independent People Ltd
A four year project led by 1625 Independent People in Bristol seeks to improve the financial skills and knowledge of young people in social housing by building their financial confidence and capability, addressing psychological driving factors and ultimat
|£995,860||Big Lottery Fund|
|5 Dec 2016||1625 Independent People Ltd
The funding will support a project called Future 4 Me that aims to support and engage young people leaving care and custody. Working alongside regional and national partners, the project will specifically target those who are most disengaged and mistrusting of services including people who are at risk of homelessness, social exclusion and exploitation.
|£901,194||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 2001||179th Bristol St Bonaventures Guide Company
This group will use their award to replace worn out tents and purchase other camping equipment.
|4 Aug 2005||17th Bristol Scout Group
The Award Will Pay For The Installation Of A New Heating System At This Scout Headquarters.
|£2,890||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|11 Feb 2008||17th Bristol Scout Group
This Bristol-based group will use its award to replace the roof of the scout hall, benefiting scouts and other local groups that use the scout hall.
|£4,500||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|6 Sep 2000||18th Bristol Scout Group
This long established group need new camping equipment for their increasing membership.
|25 Jun 2013||1st & 2nd Gloucestershire
This is a project by a community organisation in Almondsbury, Bristol. The group will use the funding to purchase camping equipment to provide training and support to young people to gain life skills and increase self confidence. This will increase their
|£9,835||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Sep 1997||1st Almondsbury Scout Group
Scout group serving urban area. The grant will enable users to take part in outdoor pursuits and camping, and will also benefit the wider community.
|7 Jun 2011||1st Bradley Stoke Guides
This is a project by a community group in Bradley Stoke, South Gloucestershire. The group will use the funding to purchase camping and storage equipment for their newly established Girl Guides group.
|£1,788||Big Lottery Fund|
|8 May 2000||2001 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships
World Class Event
|1 Jun 2015||2146 (S E Bristol) Squadron ATC
The group will use the funding to purchase new up to date ICT equipment for the benefit of the air cadet members. This will improve the facilities and training the group has to offer, enabling the beneficiaries to learn new skills.
|£8,200||Big Lottery Fund|
|7 Oct 1999||26th Bristol Northcote Scout Group
The Group will use the award to to improve their camping equipment.
|1 Jun 2017||2nd Chance Group CIC
SfSD - NASDC Development Project
|6 Oct 2009||2QAB Community Interest Company
A project by this community interest company in Bristol to deliver training and consultancy to ten small community organisations that could not otherwise resource such activities. The aim is to improve the skills required to run such community groups and
|£9,800||Big Lottery Fund|
|20 Apr 1999||32nd Bristol (1st Whitehall) Scout Group
The grant is a contribution towards replacing the roof of the scout hut.
|1 Feb 2001||43rd Bristol (St Mary Magdalene) Scout Group
The award will be used to carry out necessary repairs to the roof of the scout hut.
|9 Apr 2013||5 to 25
|£9,500||Arts Council England|
|29 Jun 2000||56th Bristol (Lawrence Weston Baptist) Scout Group
This scout group will use an award to purchase camping equipment, a new multi-purpose trailer and safety equipment for water sports.
|21 Mar 2002||56th Bristol (Lawrence Weston Baptist) Scout Group
The Award Will Provide The Group With A Variety Of Sport Equipment And Training And Trestle Tables.
|11 Nov 1999||58th Bristol (1st Eastville) Scout Group
The award will buy equipment that will allow the whole group to take part in Avon's Millennium Camp in May. It will also allow camping activities for a greater part of the year.
|2 Dec 1999||61st/104th Bristol Scout Group
This is one of the largest Scout Groups in the district, and has been awarded a grant to refurbish their scout hut, which is currently dilapidated. The hut will then be available for other community groups to use.
|8 Jul 1997||62nd Bristol Scout Group
Scout group serving urban area. The grant will purchase tents and camping equipment.
|11 Jun 1996||82nd Bristol (St Bernadette) Scout Group
The grant, over one year, will be used to renovate and modernise existing premises. The grant, over one year, will be used to renovate and modernise existing premises.
|26 Jul 2010||82nd Bristol (St Bernadette) Scout Group
This group will use funding to replace the perimeter fencing and security alarm and install security lights at the group's headquarters. This will allow the centre to become a more focused community centre and will help reduce acts of vandalism currently
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 May 2013||82nd Bristol (St Bernadette) Scout Group
This is a project by a charity in Whitchurch, Bristol. The group will use the funding to refurbish their outdoor recreational area, toilets and kitchen facilities. This will enable the group to increase their membership numbers and provide them with the c
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 Oct 2015||82nd Bristol (St Bernadette) Scout Group
The group will use the funding to replace the roof and floor in their Scout building. This will improve the environment in the building, addressing current health and safety issues posed by damp and a slippery floor surface.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|13 Jun 2017||82nd Bristol (St Bernadette) Scout Group
This group will use the funding to improve a Scout headquarters, enhancing a community venue which is used by a variety of groups.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 Jan 2007||90th Bristol Scout Group
The Scout Group In Westbury-On-Trym Will Purchase New Camping Equipment To Enable Them To Offer More Activities To Their Members.
|£2,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|9 Aug 2001||91st Bristol (Horfield Baptist) Scout Group
The scout group will use the award to purchase new lightweight tents, to be used by cubs and scouts.
|22 Jun 2004||9th Parachute Battalion Reunion Club
A Second World War Veteran from Bristol has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year.
|£300||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 Nov 2005||@Bristol
|29 Nov 2007||@Bristol
|14 Jan 1997||A C T
An advocacy service for families of terminally ill children. This three year grant will fund salaries, running costs, office equipment, costs for producing information and training/travel costs for staff and volunteers.
|7 Apr 2000||A C T
ACT campaigns for improvements to health care for children with terminal or life threatening illnesses. This project is to develop and hold seminars which promote collaborative working and regional networking between various strands of health care profess
|18 Nov 2009||A Savage
Research & Development of a romance novel
|£4,680||Arts Council England|
|2 May 2014||A Ship Of Fools Theatre Company
From The Cradle To The Bin
|£14,624||Arts Council England|
|22 Jul 2002||Aashyana Housing Association Ltd
The project will provide a new service for Asian people in Bristol to help resolve their housing-related issues and provide tenancy-sustained support. The grant over three years will meet the salary of a worker, plus freelance workers fees and other runn
|14 Feb 2006||Aashyana Housing Association Ltd
This is a continuation of an existing project to provide outreach advice and guidance to South Asian communities in Bristol on all matters relating to housing and will ensure that these communities can access services despite language or cultural barriers
|30 May 2015||ABC
|£4,930||Big Lottery Fund|
|17 Jun 2015||ABC
The group will use the funding to develop a new portal on their website targeted at parents and carers of people with eating disorders. This will address health inequalities through education and information projects.
|£9,934||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 Jul 2003||Ability Sports
Children with disabilities in the Bristol area will be given opportunities to take part in adapted sports with professional coaches, this leading to tournaments and competitions.
|£3,900||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|4 Aug 2005||Ability Sports
A consultant will carry out research in order to produce a business plan for the expansion of the group's services across the South West.
|£4,624||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|8 Jul 1997||Above & Beyond
A new group based in a large city providing activities for young people. The grant will pay for start up costs, activity equipment and developmental and educational materials.
|4 Mar 1999||Above & Beyond
The grant will pay for training courses and general equipment for this group which aims to build confidence in young people. The grant will pay for training courses and general equipment for this group which aims to build confidence in young people.
|27 Jan 2015||Above and Beyond
Behold Respond Inspire
|£25,210||Arts Council England|
|23 Aug 2016||Above and Beyond
Arts for The BRI Sanctuary
|£15,000||Arts Council England|
|14 May 2007||Academy of Circus Arts and Physical Theatre
The award is for a project focusing on Bristol's neighbourhood renewal areas where local residents will be trained and given on-going support to promote live arts events in their community. The grant will contribute towards freelance fees, travel, show c
|£7,600||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|28 May 2013||Accessible Transport 4 U
This is a project by a community organisation in Bristol. The group will use the funding to transport young people with mental health problems and learning disabilities to and from further education establishments. This will allow beneficiaries to access
|£9,700||Big Lottery Fund|
|3 Sep 2008||Ackee Tree
|£49,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Mar 2000||Acoustic Arts
This group provides workshops and educational arts activities for people with little or no previous musical experience. The award will fund a community music project for 15 to 16 year olds. They will be taught how to design their own wind and percussion
|27 Feb 2007||Acoustic Night
|£6,682||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|25 Sep 2003||Acta
This Side of the River
|£30,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|3 Feb 2004||Acta
|£28,000||Arts Council England|
|6 Jul 2004||Acta
Advance to Rotterdam
|£22,050||Arts Council England|
|2 Jun 2006||Acta
|£25,000||Arts Council England|
|5 May 2010||Acta
Onstream (Young Carers Live Interpretation Project/Wells)
|£16,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Aug 2013||Acta
Gas Girls: women workers in Avonmouth WW1 Mustard Gas factories: community theatre, film, booklet, exhibition
|£25,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Jun 2015||Acta
|£29,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Sep 1998||Acta Community Theatre
|£80,110||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Acta Community Theatre
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|27 Apr 1999||Acta Community Theatre
Mobile Technical Resource Centre
|£56,041||Arts Council England|
|25 Jul 2000||Acta Community Theatre
Participatory Arts Project
|£48,000||Arts Council England|
|5 Jun 2001||ACTA Community Theatre
|£15,830||Arts Council England|
|1 Oct 2001||Acta Community Theatre
|£90,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Sep 2002||Acta Community Theatre
Move to the ActaCentre - relocation and company development
|£51,950||Arts Council England|
|12 Mar 2003||ACTA Community Theatre
|£17,970||Arts Council England|
|12 Oct 2004||ACTA Community Theatre
The Big Sing
|£19,800||Arts Council England|
|6 Sep 2007||ACTA Community Theatre
L-Dub Rock School
|£21,550||Arts Council England|
|19 Dec 1995||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
Countering Negativity; Skill Building; Self And Community Confidence Raising
|4 Mar 1999||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
ACTA develops community plays with communities in the former Avon area. The 3 year project will develop plays in Stockwood and Hengrove and increase the involvement of individuals and groups in community life.
|16 Sep 2004||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
Weekly drama activities for 30 young people (14-25) from the Hartcliffe & Withywood areas of South Bristol will be run exploring the issues of transition to adulthood and peer pressure.
|£5,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|31 Jan 2005||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
The project will develop a programme of community arts activities in the Lawrence Weston area of Bristol. This will include video, music technology, visual arts and several community events.
|10 Aug 2006||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
The project will allow ACTA Community Centre to set up a regular drama project for young people with learning difficulties in the South Gloucestershire area. There will be activities for two age groups: one for under 15's and one for 16-25 years. The grou
|£36,759||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 2006||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
This registered charity is a community theatre group that aims to promote, maintain, improve and advance education particularly by the production of educational plays and the encouragement of the arts. Their project is to work with a group of Malcolm X El
|£4,900||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|4 Sep 2007||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
International Festival of Community Theatre
|£4,825||Arts Council England|
|24 Oct 2007||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
This three year project will create innovative play opportunities for children in Lawrence Weston and the wider Kings Weston ward of North Bristol. The project will be delivered by ACTA, an educational arts charity specialising in individual and community
|£124,051||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Apr 2009||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
This project will set up a programme of intercultural creative learning activities for young people and their families in disadvantaged areas of South Bristol and the Kingsweston area. Activities will include music, dance, visual arts and story telling fr
|£159,038||Big Lottery Fund|
|26 Aug 2009||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
This project aims to raise the educational and employment aspirations for young people by enabling them to participate in, manage and deliver arts activities. It will use workshops to encourage young people to take part in activities to promote their crea
|£181,601||Big Lottery Fund|
|18 May 2011||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
This is the development of a community arts project in Bristol aimed at reducing isolation of marginalised groups while improving people's physical health and emotional well-being, and building community cohesion.The project will have an intergenerational
|£365,064||Big Lottery Fund|
|12 Dec 2011||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
International Festival of Community Theatre
|£47,919||Arts Council England|
|23 Jan 2012||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
acta organisational development 2012
|£24,600||Arts Council England|
|28 May 2012||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
Catalyst Arts: capacity building and match funding
|£120,000||Arts Council England|
|18 Sep 2012||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
Silver - community theatre tour for new audiences
|£18,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Feb 2013||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
Ticky-Picky - Caribbean community theatre tour
|£17,694||Arts Council England|
|10 Jun 2013||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
Gas Girls: WW1-themed community theatre tour
|£34,972||Arts Council England|
|6 Mar 2014||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
Arts and Communities: Bristol
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|27 May 2014||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
National Festival of Community Theatre 2016
|£47,500||Arts Council England|
|21 Jul 2014||Acta Community Theatre Ltd
acta community theatre - capital small grants
|£490,000||Arts Council England|
|17 Jun 2015||ACTA Community Theatre Ltd
This project aims to improve the lives of vulnerable people in areas of high deprivation in South Bristol through providing a range of activities at a community centre that is being extended. The funding will be used to increase staff hours to maximise use of the facilities. Activities will target people of all age groups and will include a theatre group, social sessions for people with depression and low self-esteem and an intergenerational project involving local schools and a community choir.
|£198,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|9 Sep 2009||Action for Children
Move on Up
|£29,342||Arts Council England|
|20 May 2013||Action for Children
The project will support 280 young parents aged 14-25 living in Swansea by delivering improved signposting and support throughout their parenting journey. This will be achieved by working with them and using other agencies to define pathways through pregn
|£668,679||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Jun 2014||Action for Children
The Hub aims to increase the emotional resilience of young people (aged 16 - 21) leaving Local Authority care. It will be delivered in a fully integrated community setting and provide opportunities for young people to develop a broader skill base in order
|£500,000||Big Lottery Fund|