Lottery grants awarded to Dolwyddelan

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11 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
4 Sep 2012 Menter Siabod Limited

Menter Siabod Limited will purchase new IT equipment and software. This meets the Awards for All aim of increasing skills and creativity. This grant for ?4,336 will fund photoshop liceneces, camcorder, voice recorder, DVD cds, printer, photo paper, ink an

£3,972 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2012 Menter Siabod Cyf

Ffynnon Elen

£4,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2012 Dolwyddelan Parochial Church Council

Eglwys Sant Gwyddelan, Dolwyddelan

£26,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Jan 2010 Clwb Plant Dolwyddelan

Clwb Plant Dolwyddelan in Conwy is a newly established out of school club for children in Dolwyddelan, Conwy. The group will purchase equipment and toys for the afterschool club. The project meets the aims of increasing skills and creativity. The award

£4,997 Big Lottery Fund
22 Oct 2009 Menter Siabod Cyf

CC 670 Coach Education and Equipment

£635 Sport Wales
22 Oct 2009 Menter Siabod Cyf

CC 669 Tai Chi Classes

£500 Sport Wales
2 Jul 2008 Mentor Siabod

CC - Facility hire & Equipment

£810 Sport Wales
25 Jul 2007 Cyngor Cymuned Dolwyddelan Community Council

The project is to raise community awareness of their local heritage. The money is interpretation panels and website development costs.

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jun 2006 Menter Siabod

Increased participation and inclusion

£561 Sport Wales
7 Sep 2001 Conwy County Neighbourhood Watch Association

The project is to provide a newsletter and improve the group's resources. The money is for printing costs, I.T equipment, administration costs and training.

£2,098 Community Fund
28 Aug 1998 Cylch Meithrin/Cylch Ti a Fi Dolwyddelan

The project is to upgrade facilities and equipment at the group. The grant will pay for toys, musical instruments, a table and storage facilities.

£809 Community Fund