47 matching grants found.
|23 Nov 2001||Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
The grant will be used to sustain 48 before-school places, 48 after-school places and 40 holiday places for childrens in Smithswood and Kingshurst, Birmingham.
|£20,287||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Nov 2001||Lowbrook Stroke Club
The project is to provide a weekend break for carers and stroke sufferers, allowing respite for carers and improved peer support for both carers and cared for.
|21 Nov 2001||Hobs Moat Centre
A project to enable young people associated with this school based in Solihull with an opportunity to participate in an new activity. The grant will pay for a pre-learner driving course.
|£4,084||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Nov 2001||Lady K Care and Play
A project to benefit this after school club based in Solihull through the provision of additional staff. The grant will pay for 1 year's salary costs.
|£3,589||New Opportunities Fund|
|21 Nov 2001||Dynamics Trampolining Club
"A Project To Improve Facilities At This Solihull Trampolining Club. The Grant Will Pay For Equipment, Coaching And Venue Hire."
|21 Nov 2001||West Midalnds Weight Lifting Association
A Project To Develop Links Between This Birmingham Weight-Lifting Club And Local Schools. The Grant Will Pay For Weightlifting Equipment And Coaching.
|25 Oct 2001||Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
The grant will be used to create 24 before and after-school places and 48 holiday places, for children aged 4 - 11 years old. The project will serve 2 schools in Solihull.
|£20,494||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2001||Cranmore Little Acorns and Kids Club
The grant will be used to create 16 places, including before school and after school, for children aged 7-11 years in Solihull.
|£6,553||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Oct 2001||Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council (Langley School)
Upgrading And Enlargement Of Changing Rooms
|11 Oct 2001||Kingshurst Youth & Community Centre
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|5 Oct 2001||Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
Five UK online centres will be set up at strategic locations in north Solihull. Taster sessions, internet access, introductory ICT skills will be offered to young families, parents, the community, unemployed young people, excluded people, older people, th
|£49,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Hatchford Before and After School Club
The grant will be used to continue providing 24 after school places, 24 before school places and 24 term time places for children aged 3-11 years old in Chelmsley Wood.
|£9,900||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||RASCALS
This grant will be used to sustain existing places.
|£17,696||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Sep 2001||Solihull Shopmobility
A Project To Enable Shoppers With Physical Disabilities In The Town Of Solihull To Have Equal Access To The Shopping, Leisure And Public Facilities In A New Shopping And Leisure Complex Due To Open In The Town. This Would Be Done Through Providing Runnin
|14 Sep 2001||Bennets Well Primary School
A Project To Improve Childrens Opportunities At This Birmingham Primary School. The Grant Will Pay For Musical Instruments, Workshops And Transport Costs.
|£4,658||Arts Council England|
|14 Sep 2001||Bengali Association Midlands
A Project To Stage A Bengali Play Im Birmingham. The Grant Will Pay For Stage Hire, Publicity And Advertising, Costumes And Techincal Fees.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|14 Sep 2001||Reynalds Cross School
A project to provide a sports week at a school for children with severe learning difficulties in Solihull. The grant will pay for marquee hire and sensory games equipment.
|£2,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Sep 2001||Cranmore Little Acorns and Kids Club
A project to enhance the development of children through the replacement of existing play equipment. The grant will pay for library development, toy and equipment.
|£3,200||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Sep 2001||Hatchford Primary School
A project to improve football skills and participation at a Chelmsley Wood primary school. The grant will pay for qualified football coaching.
|£3,456||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Sep 2001||Birmingham Stars Volleyball Club
"A Project To Increase Participation In Snooker And Asian Volleyball, Through The Provision Of Additional Practice Sessions And 2 National Tournaments For Young People And Adults. The Grant Will Pay For Venue Hire, Travel Costs, Equipment And A Second H
|14 Sep 2001||"Sea Ranger Ship Vandyck, Solihull"
A Project To Provide Structured Training In Boating And Other Outdoor Activities For Its Members In The Solihull Area. The Grant Will Pay For Canoe Equipment For New Female Members Of All Ages And Skills.
|14 Sep 2001||Solihull Basketball Club
"A Project To Increase Participation In Basketball In The Solihull Area, Through The Provision Of Equipment And Coaching. The Grant Will Pay For Venue Hire, Equipment And Coaching."
|4 Sep 2001||Estates, Chief Executive'S Department
|£60,000||Arts Council England|
|21 Jul 2001||Solihull Library Service
The People-+s Network programme in all the 12 libraries in Solihull Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 101 computer terminals will be available to library users to access the
|£155,995||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jul 2001||Solihull Library Service
The award has provided Information and Communications Technology (ICT) training for public librarians on basic and technical information handling competencies required by staff for their own use and to assist library users.
|£33,765||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 Jul 2001||Solihull Special Needs Active Partnership
The project will be used to support and develop voluntary and community groups for parents/carers of children with special needs and disabilities. Through consultations, training, and establish parents representative on groups that provide special needs
|5 Jul 2001||Shirley West District Woodcraft Folk
A project to enable the young people that are members of this Solihull based environmental group to attend the International Woodcraft Camp in Nottingham. The grant will contribute towards camp fees.
|5 Jul 2001||Lapworth Pre School
The project is to provide educational equipment for preschool children to enable them to improve their standard of education. The grant will pay for preschool equipment, maths equipment, computer, scanner, printer and software.
|5 Jul 2001||Bishop Wilson C E School
A Project To Set Up A Museum For The Local Area Affiliated With The School. The Grant Will Pay For Storage, Seating, Display Cases, Artefact And Decorations And Wall Murals.
|£4,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Jul 2001||WMSAPLD
"A Project To Enable Atheletes With Disabilities To Attain Coaching Qualifications And Associated Training, And To Provide Training For Volunteers For This Organisation. The Grant Will Pay For Training Costs, Venue Hire, Administration And Equipment."
|25 Jun 2001||Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
The grant will be used to create 132 before-school places, 144 after-school places and 48 holiday places for children aged 3 - 11 years old in the Solihull area. 9 local schools will be served.
|£128,012||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 May 2001||Smith's Wood School
School Sport Co-ordinators
|30 Apr 2001||KIWI'S Before and After School Club
The grant will be used to create 24 before school, 24 after school and 6 holiday places for children aged 4-11 years old in Birmingham. 42 of the places will be integrated childcare and learning support places.
|£29,127||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Apr 2001||Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
Arts Complex Backstage Access Project
|£50,000||Arts Council England|
|5 Apr 2001||The Birmingham Flute Commission
A Project To Commission And Perform New Work For The Flute And To Contribute Towards A Flute Day. The Grant Will Contribute Towards The Cost Of Artists' Fees, Venue Hire And The Commissioning Of The New Piece.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|5 Apr 2001||Kingshurst Youth and Community Centre Music Project
A Project To Provide Improved Musical Facilities At The Centre. The Grant Will Go Towards Musical Instruments, A Studio And Refurbishment
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|5 Apr 2001||Seeds of Hope
A project to complete the refurbishment of the main hall area which is used as a community group meeting place. The grant will pay for final alterations and redecoration of the main hall.
|5 Apr 2001||Nether Whitacre Cricket Club
A Project To Improve The Training Facilities For Members Of This North Warwickshire Cricket Club Through The Provision Of Additional Netting. The Grant Will Pay For A Mobile Practice Cage And Netting.
|5 Apr 2001||Leafield Athletic Football Club
"A Project To Improve The Grounds And Amenities With The Aim Of Extending Current Activity For This Solihull Based Football Club. The Grant Will Pay For Security Fencing, Improvements To Car Park And Changing Rooms."
|5 Apr 2001||Heart of England School
"A Project To Purchase Equipment For The Establishment Of A Fencing Club As An Extra Curriculum Activity For Pupils Of This School And Those Based In The Solihull Area. The Grant Will Pay For Coaching Fees, Fencing Equipment And Protective Clothing."
|5 Apr 2001||Alcott Hall Primary School
A Project To Purchase Sports Equipment And Provide Training Opportunities To Develop Basketball In This Primary School And The Local Community Based In Birmingham. The Grant Will Pay For Basketball Equipment And Coaching Fees.
|5 Apr 2001||Hampton In Arden Sports Club Limited
A project to improve coaching facilities for the hockey club. The grant will pay for coaching courses and equipment for the club.
|5 Apr 2001||Arden School
"A Project To Provide Additional Sporting Opportunities For Young People Living Within Knowle. The Grant Will Pay For Equipment, Facility Hire And Coaching."
|26 Mar 2001||UK Athletics
World Class Programme
|27 Feb 2001||Schemers
The grant will be used to create 30 before school and 30 after school places for children aged 4-11 years old in Birmingham.
|£23,900||New Opportunities Fund|
|13 Feb 2001||Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens Trust
Castle Bromwich Hall, Phase I - Staff Accommodation
|£203,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|1 Feb 2001||Birmingham Concert Band
A Project To Develop The Musical Skills Of Members Of The Birmingham Concert Band Through The Provision Of Additional Equipment And Sheet Music. The Grant Will Pay For New Music With Which The Group Will Expand Their Repertoire, And A Baritone Saxophone.
|£4,700||Arts Council England|