32 matching grants found.
|7 Oct 1999||Newton Abbot Musical Comedy and Dramatic Society
A Series Of Workshops For Junior Members Will Take Place With Professional Actors And Directors. The Award Will Help With The Costs Of Scenery Hire, Fees And Costumes.
|£3,000||Arts Council England|
|8 Dec 1999||Iscapella Singing Club
This New Choral Group Will Use Their Award To Arrange A Day When Many Local Choirs Will Be Able To Get Together, Learning From Each Other And From Professional Tutors.
|£4,197||Arts Council England|
|4 Mar 1999||55+ Positive Lifestyle
55+ Positive Lifestyles aims to improve opportunities for older people by increasing society's understanding of their needs, organising training events and forums for older people and working with agencies to address issues facing older people in the area
|4 Mar 1999||King George's Field
The grant will provide improved equipment for this rural playing field. The grant will provide improved equipment for this rural playing field.
|20 Apr 1999||Puddleducks Pre-school
The playgroup will use the grant to buy new play equipment and to pay wages for one term.
|20 Apr 1999||Tadpoles Fun For Under Fives
The grant will be used to provide outdoor play equipment, fencing and a storage shed for this parent and toddler group.
|27 Apr 1999||Newton Carenet
This organisation provides a befriending and support service for the patients and carers of four GP practices in Newton Abbot. The grant over two years will help it expand and consolidate this service and will pay for the salary of a Co-ordinator and an A
|27 Apr 1999||Neighbourhood Voluntary Support Service
This befriending scheme, mainly used by older people, is expanding, and will increase the number of volunteers. Our three year grant will pay for a part-time Co-ordinator and running expenses.
|3 Jun 1999||Special Play And Learning Activities During School Hol
The project will provide six summer playschemes geared to the needs of children with special needs and disabilities in Teignbridge. The three year grant will contribute to the salaries of Playworkers and running costs.
|17 Jun 1999||Tower Sound Newton Abbot Hospital Radio
The group will use its grant to buy equipment which will improve the quality of the radio broadcasts in hospital.
|17 Jun 1999||TEPEE (Teignbridge Play Network)
This group which aims to improve play opportunities throughout Teignbridge will use its grant for a computer and for a co-ordinator to promote a series of events and sessions at the scrapstore.
|17 Jun 1999||Ipplepen Pre-school
The group will be able to improve the care that it offers as the grant will pay for major refurbishment work to their premises.
|17 Jun 1999||Kingkerswell Parent & Toddler Group
The grant will allow this group to buy equipment especially geared to the needs of babies and toddlers. They will also take the children on a trip to a wildlife centre.
|17 Jun 1999||Ideford Village Hall
This grant will enable the village hall to buy improved staging.
|17 Jun 1999||Ashes Ramp Park Project
This group maintain and provide equipment for their local skate park. Their grant will buy new ramps for the park.
|13 Jul 1999||Home Park Residents Association
The residents association will use the grant to fund their summer playscheme.
|5 Aug 1999||1st Ipplepen Scout Group
This grant will enable the local scout group to purchase camping and activity equipment.
|26 Aug 1999||Hennock Pre-School
The group aims to use their award to appoint a playleader on a trial basis to run and develop the sessions so that they are more structured and stimulating. New books/ resources will improve the quality and standards of the pre-school.
|26 Aug 1999||Ashburton Family Services
The award will pay for new equipment which will allow this group to expand their activities to include a crhche, mobile toy libraryand various new workshops and activities.
|26 Aug 1999||1st Newton Abbot (Kingsteignton) Scout Group
The award will pay for refurbishment to the scout building.
|26 Aug 1999||Ilsington Village Hall
The hall will use the award to pay for a project which will enhance the area adjoining the village hall, extending its use with a special safe play area for children.
|11 Nov 1999||Chudleigh Knighton Pre-School
The award will be used to replace old broken equipment and to fund training. This will offer a better environment for the children and improve the children's learning opportunities
|26 Aug 1999||Woodland Parish Hall Committee
The Parish Hall has carried out a great deal of reminissence research during the last 3 years and have produced a parish map in the form of a high quality tapestry. The award will allow a permanent display of the tapestry and other local heritage items fo
|£2,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Aug 1999||Chudleigh Amenity Society
This group, that supports the local environment and community will use their award to transcribe and record people's memories about Chudleigh's past. They will be working with a professional who will teach them the skills needed. The work will be put onto
|£3,010||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|14 Oct 1999||Barn Owl Trust
Barn Owl Country
|£77,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||Moretonhampstead Local History Society
This local history society will use their award to make a community resource by developing a computerised archive of local historic information, this will be open to everyone to use.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Dec 1999||Chudleigh Time and Text
The group was formed with the purpose of creating a lasting momento of Chudleigh for the Millennium. They will use their award to create a photomontage giving a snapshot of community life.
|26 Aug 1999||Stokeinteignhead Cricket Club (Junior Section)
The single bay cage and netting will improve facilities and enable the club to provide safer and improved cricket coaching to both boys and girls.
|26 Aug 1999||Paignton Ladies Hockey Club
This hockey club has recently expanded its activities to include a junior team. This grant will help to ensure that its first year is successful and that the club can develop its sustainability by training volunteers and forging links with local schools.
|7 Oct 1999||N.A.Knights Skater Hockey Club
With our funding the Club can continue to provide high quality training to people of all ages and diverse economic backgrounds enabling them to learn and develop new skills.
|8 Dec 1999||Decoy Bicross BMX Club
The Club will be installing electricity and water supplies so that their facilities can be used all year round for training sessions and social gatherings.
|8 Dec 1999||Dawlish Mens Hockey Club
The club plans to develop a hockey training programme for children which is to be set up using the award.