367 matching grants found.
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|14 Dec 1998||St Andrews Parochial Church Council
|14 Dec 1998||Sandwell Metropolitan Council
Tipton Sports Academy
|14 Dec 1998||Ilmington Parish Council (Ilmington Tennis Club)
Mini Half Pipe
|14 Dec 1998||Wolverhampton Wanderers FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|9 Dec 1998||Castle Vale Housing Action Trust
By offering 75 Awards this scheme aims to enable individuals to undertake training or research in a variety of local issues and using a variety of mediums to evaluate their findings. For example issues researched may include topics such as burglary vandal
|9 Dec 1998||Birmingham Voluntary Service Council
BMC (consortium of BVSC Second City Second Chance The KWESI Mentoring Project Bangladeshi Youth Forum Sikh Community and Youth Service and the Hindu Council of Birmingham) Millennium Awards will create new mentors from the body of West Midlands Higher and
|2 Dec 1998||Warwick District Council
Kenilworth Abbey Interpretation Scheme
|£78,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||South Shropshire Housing Association
Ludlow Foyer Project
|£105,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Diddlebury Parochial Church Council
Diddlebury Old Schoolroom Community Project
|£41,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Hockley Heath Parish Council
Cheswick Green Mount Conservation
|£11,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Walsall Metroplitan Borough Council
Walsall, Palfrey Park - Restoration Plan
|£7,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Dec 1998||Jackfield PCC
St Mary the Virgin, Jackfield, Shropshire
|£29,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Nov 1998||Birmingham City Council (Arthur Terry School)
Sports hall refurbishment and development of ancillary facilities
|23 Nov 1998||Bredon Lawn Tennis Club
"Floodlight two courts, re-fencing, improve general wheelchair accessibility."
|23 Nov 1998||Warwickshire County Cricket Club Limited
Edgbaston Indoor Cricket Centre
|23 Nov 1998||Birmingham City FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|13 Nov 1998||Llanymynech Parochial Church Council
The refurbished hall will provide an improved facility for all its users and will meet health and safety regulations. The grant over a period of one year will be used to extend and refurbish the hall and purchase furniture.
|5 Nov 1998||No Mans Heath Village Hall
A village hall, the only community building in this isolated rural area, providing a meeting place and social activities. The project will ensure the hall is available for use by all of the community. Grant is for the resurfacing of the village hall drive
|5 Nov 1998||Ufton Village Hall Committee
The project will enable the hall, located in the village of Ufton, to remain the focal centre of local community, providing place for meetings and social activities. The grant is for refurbishment to the village hall including new windows and repairs to
|5 Nov 1998||Childswickham Memorial Hall
A project to allow the Memorial Hall located in Childswickham, to continue to offer a place for meetings, fitness and social gatherings for local people in this isolated rural area. The grant will pay for a feasibility study to determine how to update th
|5 Nov 1998||The Sparkhill Community Shop
A project to support the community shop, which offers information and advice for the elderly and minority ethnic groups in the Sparkhill area. Grant is for the production of a video to document the changing history of, reflecting the influence of differe
|5 Nov 1998||West Indian Senior Citizens And Disabled Members Association
A project, serving Birmingham, providing a drop in and advice service for local African Caribbean elderly people. Grant is for a photocopier and the costs of a day trip for users.
|5 Nov 1998||Maxstoke Village Hall
A project to benefit users of the only community building in rural village of Maxstoke, by making it fully accessible Grant is for the installation of a disabled toilet .
|5 Nov 1998||Bosnia and Herzegovina UK Network
A project to support community organisation for Bosnian refugees throughout the UK producing newsletters, organising translations and social events. Grant is for computer and office equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Wem Senior Club
A project to support older people meeting for social and educational activities by repairing part of the premises. The grant is a contribution towards the cost of repair to a boundary wall.
|5 Nov 1998||The Sandwell Anti Hypothermia Group
A project to improve access to advice on hypothermia and other cold related illnesses to the elderly population of Sandwell. Grant is for posters, leaflets, publicity materials and exhibition fees.
|5 Nov 1998||AAGHEE (Urdu work means awareness)
A project to support a community organisation which encourages Asian women to participate in cultural and social activities. Grant is for activities focusing on raising levels of literacy within the community.
|5 Nov 1998||Whittington Senior Citizen Club
A project supporting older people by providing a meeting place and social and recreational activities in the isolated village of Whittington. Grant is for replacement of heating system in the Senior Citizens Club.
|5 Nov 1998||Six Ways Club Erdington
This project will benefit former patients of a long stay psychiatric hospital by providing an opportunity for social activities. Grant is for theatre tickets and transport to a pantomine.
|5 Nov 1998||Brierley Hill and Brockmoor Old Peoples Welfare Committee
A project to improve a meeting place for elderly people in the district and other local community groups. Grant will pay for alterations to the building to make it more secure.
|5 Nov 1998||Cannock Chase District Gingerbread
A project to benefit lone parents in the Cannock Chase area by improving creche resources and providing an opportunity for a receational activity Grant is for cost of day trips for the children and new toys for the creche.
|5 Nov 1998||Royal Warwickshire Regimental Association - Nuneaton
A project to support those who fought or were involved in the war to meet and visit war graves sites in France. Grant is to contribute towards the cost of a visit to the War Memorials in France.
|5 Nov 1998||New Horizons - Burton
A project to support the set up of an organisationto provide basic skills tuition through the use of volunteer teachers to adults in the Burton area. Grant is for set up and running costs for the organisation and computer equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Wolverhampton Sea Cadet Corps
A project, that will enable young people to undertake nautical activities and encourage self discipline, leadership and a sense of responsibility to the community. Grant is for purchase of a boat to be used for water-borne training and activities.
|5 Nov 1998||1st Burntwood Scout Group
This project will benefit 200 local scouts by repairing the hut so that they can better enjoy the activities of scouting. Grant is for replacement of leaking roof of scout hut.
|5 Nov 1998||The Pukhtun Society
A project to support the activities of a group organising educational and recreational activities for local Pukhtun Youths and the staging of a community event focusing on Pukhtun culture. Grant is for a computer, office equipment and expenses of communit
|5 Nov 1998||Malinslee Early Years
A project to set up a pre-school playgroup to provide playgroup and childcare facilities for local children. Grant is for start up costs for this new organisation.
|5 Nov 1998||Clows Top Victory Hall
A project to benefit an isolated rural area, through the staging of at commnity pantomine at the village hall. Grant will pay for materials needed to stage a pantomine.
|5 Nov 1998||Music in Motion
A project benefiting a group of deaf and hearing people who work together to raise awareness of communication with deaf people through performing arts. The money is for office equipment and technical theatre equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||A Good Independant Disabilities Education & Access Agency
A project providing an advocacy service for disabled people aiding independent decision making. Grant is for new printer, laptop and to update their current computer system.
|5 Nov 1998||Bishops Frome Village Hall
A project to benefit an isolated rural area, by repairing the village hall to allow a full range of social and leisure facilities for the local community. Grant is for the refurbishment of the hall and new catering equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Ravenhill Ward Social Club
A project to improve facilities at this Social Club which provides a meeting place for local groups as well as sport and entertainment facilities for children. Grant is to pay for the replacement of windows.
|5 Nov 1998||Brimfield Village Hall
A project to benefit an isolated rural commnuity by improving communal facilities for the people of Brimfield. The group aims to build a multi purpose community meeting room. Grant is for professional fees for development of room.
|5 Nov 1998||One Parent Childrens Trust
A project to support one parent families and their children through social activities and material assistance Grant is for purchase of computer and other office equipment.
|5 Nov 1998||Hay Mills and Yardley Community Association
A project to benefit elderly and disabled members by encouraging social interaction amongst this isolated community. Grant is for outings and seasonal activities.
|5 Nov 1998||The Pancreatitis Supporters Network
A project providing advice and support to Pancreatitis sufferers. Grant is to pay for a consultancy service to direct and support the expansion of the organisation.
|5 Nov 1998||2078 (Boscobel) Squadron Air Training Corps
A project which will support the promotion of an interest in aviation in young people, providing training to develop the qualities of leadership and good citizenship. Grant is for new equipment such as a modified flight simulator to widen the range of ac
|5 Nov 1998||Cannock Chase Advice Centre
A project to provide welfare benefits advice, advocacy and services for local low income groups. Grant will pay for computer and office equipment and for general improvement of the Centre.
|5 Nov 1998||Coventry Watch Museum Project Limited
A project to support the work of the Museum which aims to educate the community in the history of the Coventry Watch and Clock Industry. To produce a video, with copies, for distribution to local schools and other interested groups.
|5 Nov 1998||Tots R Us - Toddler Group
A project to purchase new items for the group , which provides a meeting place for parents and activties for young children. The grant is for new toys and play equipment for the group.
|5 Nov 1998||Gorsley Village Hall Management Committee
A project to improve the Village hall based in the rural area of Gorsley. Aims to provide a safer, warmer environment for the many groups using the hall. Grant is for new windows and insulation to the loft in the village hall.
|5 Nov 1998||City of Birmingham Federation of the Sons of Rest
A project to support older people meeting for social and recreational activities by improving the groups premises . Grant is for new furnishings at the group's meeting places and enable them to have social outings.
|5 Nov 1998||Peopleton Village Trust
A project to extend the play facilities for children in this isolated area. Grant is for play equipment for a new village playground to be built by the villagers.
|5 Nov 1998||Spout Lane Drop In Centre For The Elderly
A project, serving Walsall, providing social and recreational activities for isolated elderly people living in the Caldmore and Palfrey area. Grant is for coach costs of two day trips and a visit to the theatre.
|30 Oct 1998||Bubbenhall Village Hall
The project will replace the kitchen equipment used in the hall. The grant, over one year, will pay for new kitchen equipment
|30 Oct 1998||Access Committee For Birmingham
The project is to continue a shopmobility scheme, providing information and advice for disabled people wishing to shop in Birmingham. The grant, over three years, will pay for salaries, running expenses and training.
|30 Oct 1998||Stonnall Village Hall
The project will provide groups using the hall with a secure outside children's play area, and an additional car parking space. Work includes improving building access, disabled toilet facilities and installing baby changing facilities. The grant, over o
|30 Oct 1998||Weston Under Wetherley Village Hall Trust
A project to fund completion of a new village hall. This one year grant, will contribute to the costs of the building and to pay for new equipment.
|30 Oct 1998||Sandwell Racial Harassment Unit
The project will offer advice and assistance to victims of racial harrassment. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a caseworker and training costs for volunteers.
|30 Oct 1998||Trentham Playgroup
This is a project for a pre-school play-group The grant will fund the construction of a new building for the organisation
|30 Oct 1998||Shen Care Voluntary Transport
Project is for the purchase of a minibus for use by older people and people with disabilities. The one year grant will fund the purchase of a minibus.
|30 Oct 1998||Southam Community Minibus
The project will provide a minibus for use by local community groups. The grant over one year will contribute towards the purchase of a minibus with power step adaptation.
|30 Oct 1998||St Chads After School Club and Childcare Club
A project to extend current weekday after school childcare provision to pre school times and to weekends. Project seeks to train 10 local volunteers to enable the legal requirements for this type of provision to be met. The grant over three years will pay
|30 Oct 1998||The Great Barr War Memorial Hall
This project is for the development of community facilities. The one year grant will fund the refurbishment of a hall.
|30 Oct 1998||Women's Help Centre Limited
To provide free training, advice and counselling to unemployed women in the local community. This three year grant will fund two full-time posts and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||Walsall Bangladeshi Progressive Society
This is an expansion of a range of support services for local Bangladeshi people including advice on benefits, training, and youth activities. The grant over three years will pay for the salaries of project workers, plus running costs and equipment.
|30 Oct 1998||South Birmingham Family Service Unit
The project works with children of primary school age who are at risk of exclusion from the education system. The grant over three years will pay for salaries, training and general running expenses.
|30 Oct 1998||Birmingham District C A B Ltd
Project will target, recruit and provide training for volunteers from minority ethnic communities. Grant will provide access for disabled people to nine CAB offices. The three year grant will pay for refurbishment, one part-time salary and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||Sandwell And District West Indian Community Association
The project will rent premises to develop a nursery to provide childcare for pre-school children. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, salaries, rent and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||Mytton Oak Foundation
This is a project to provide and maintain new premises to house current therapeutic medical care, and community arts activities. The grant, over three years, will pay for the purchase of a building and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||Bangladeshi Women's Association
A project to offer advice, support and volunteering opportunities to women in the local Bangladeshi community. The grant, over three years will pay for the salaries, office equipment and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||The Strettons Mayfair Trust
The project will employ an additional part-time centre manager to increase the opening hours of the centre from 3 days to 6 days per week. The grant over three years will contribute towards the centre manager's salary.
|30 Oct 1998||Stoke Lacy Village Hall
The project is to build a new village hall in the village of Stoke Lacy, and provide an improved base for community activities and events. The one year grant will pay for building construction, professional fees, office equipment and fittings for the buil
|30 Oct 1998||North Shropshire Volunteer Bureau
Project will extend present services to rural areas in North Shropshire To provide support, information and training for voluntary groups. The grant, over three years, will contribute towards salaries, running costs and office equipment.
|30 Oct 1998||1st Bilbrook Scout Group
The project will purchase equipment for use in scouting activities. The grant, payable over one year will purchase climbing, camping and archery equipment.
|30 Oct 1998||Warwick District Citizens Advice Bureau
A project to ensure CAB office accommodation is fully accessible for disabled people. This one year grant will pay for the construction, refurbishment and equipping of a building.
|30 Oct 1998||Age Concern Bromsgrove & District
The project is to purchase premises to accommodate all the activities of the organisation. The grant, over three years, will pay for purchasing and refurbishing a building, equipment and running expenses.
|30 Oct 1998||Changes 12 Steps to Mental Health
The project will set up self help groups for those suffering from mental health problems within the Stoke-on-Trent area. The grant will fund salaries for a Project Manager and Support worker.
|30 Oct 1998||Mellor Hall Foundation
Project to establish a community youth club in and around the rural location of Butterton The three year grant will pay towards building an extension, supporting volunteers and running expenses.
|30 Oct 1998||Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau
Project to provide advice on benefits, based at a local hospital and at the County Court. This three year grant will pay for one full-time salary, training and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||The Llanyblodwel And Porthywaen Institute
The project will provide disabled access and refurbish the kitchens in a community hall. The grant over three years will pay for refurbishing and equiping the hall.
|30 Oct 1998||Park Community Association
The project is to appoint a youth worker who will work with local young people to ensure their involvement in the planning and development of a community facility presently being built. This grant, over one year, will pay for the salary of a Youth Worker
|30 Oct 1998||Marton War Memorial Hall
To improve, extend and enlarge the existing Village hall and its facilities in order to improve and increase local community use. The one year grant will pay for building costs, professional fees and improvements.
|30 Oct 1998||Fairways Dance Club
Project will enable the continuation of the dance club for older people The three year grant will pay for general running expenses.
|30 Oct 1998||Training Ship Sherbourne Sea Cadet Unit
The project is to improve the building currently used by the group. The one year grant will pay for the refurbishment of the premises and office equipment.
|30 Oct 1998||Woodside Family Groups Project
The project will fund the post of the existing Project Co-ordinator, increase the development of the playwork with the under 5s and provide support for their families. The grant, over three years will pay for salaries, and running costs
|30 Oct 1998||Much Wenlock Scout & Guide Association
The project is to renovate the roof of the building used by the Scout and Guide Association. The grant, over one year, is a contribution to a refurbishment project for the building.
|30 Oct 1998||VAST Services (1920)
A project to develop the potential of the voluntary sector through the provision of training, information and support. The grant over three years will pay for salaries, production of information and promotional materials, and general running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||Wolverhampton Race Equality Council
A project to strengthen the involvement of ethnic minority organisations in community regeneration and the development of the voluntary sector. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salaries of two project workers, and running costs.
|30 Oct 1998||The Royal Town Planning Institute
The project will allow a full-time worker, supported by volunteers to provide advice, support and training to widen understanding of the planning system, and to encourage local communities within Birmingham, the Black Country and Coventry to participate i
|30 Oct 1998||Birchills Community Association Limited
The project will update the organisation's computer equipment, and provide support to Asian women. The money is for office equpiment, salaries and a contribution to running costs.
|23 Oct 1998||Nash & Boraston PCC
St John the Baptist, Nash, Ludlow, Salop
|£18,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 1998||Stourport On Severn Pistol & Rifle Club
"New entrance, parking facilities and 3 firing points for disabled/wheelchair shooters"
|19 Oct 1998||Shropshire County Council
Eglantyne Jebb School Sports Complex
|19 Oct 1998||Staffordshire County Council (Blackfriars School)
Sports Hall for Disabled Use
|19 Oct 1998||Forsbrook Parish Council
|19 Oct 1998||West Bromwich Albion FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|15 Oct 1998||Shropshire County Council
Museum Resource Centre, Ludlow
|£2,053,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Oct 1998||DTI - Individuals
|£465||Sport Northern Ireland|
|30 Sep 1998||Breakthrough (Deaf-Hearing Integration)
This innovative project will expand opportunities for deaf people to participate in community groups and to be involved coordinating community activities and volunteering. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, equipment support for d