Lottery grants awarded to Weymouth in 2008

8 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
11 Dec 2008 Weymouth and Portland Borough Council

Chesil Beach Centre redevelopment

£582,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2008 Ashdown Track User Group

A project by this athletics group based in Canford Heath East, Poole, to improve facilities at their athletics track through installation of a high jump bed suitable for young people and adults.

£7,940 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 Nov 2008 Acorns PDU Arts Group

A project by this group in Weymouth, Dorset to provide digital photography workshops for people with special needs who attend the Acorn Centre and for their carers, staff and volunteers. The grant will pay professional artists fees, sessional workers, tra

£5,907 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
9 Jun 2008 The Quangle Wangle Choir

This Dorset based registered charity will set up a children's choir for the half term period at the end of which there will be two joint concerts with the group's choir. A local musician/composer/teacher will give half day workshops to children in five lo

£1,685 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
2 Jun 2008 Sarah Butterworth

Forkbeard Fantasy Summer School

£450 Arts Council England
12 May 2008 Yorkshire Naturalists Union

This wildlife charity would use a grant to promote and publicise a bird survey and purchase necessary equipment to carry this out. The project will raise awareness of the natural environment, will be open to all and any volunteers wishing to take part wil

£8,663 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
12 May 2008 Wacapella

A project by this Weymouth group to encourage visually impaired people to take part in a series of ten workshops that will culminate in two concerts.

£3,910 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Feb 2008 Westham COPS

This community group will encourage pride in the community by producing and distributing quiz sheets, leaflets and portable displays on local history. They will also arrange treasure hunts, garden excavations, and hold a historical celebration to mark the

£5,400 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme