Lottery grants awarded to Bewdley in 2002

7 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Oct 2002 St Annes Middle School

A Project To Provide Opportunities For The People Of This Local Community Based In The Wyre Forest District To Increase Their It Skills With The Provision Of Equipment And Training. The Grant Will Pay For 2 Printers, 5 Pc'S And Monitors, Speakers And So

£4,742 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Oct 2002 Bewdley Historical Research Group

A Project For This Group To Research The History And Development Of The Village Of Wribbenhall. The Grant Will Pay For Computer Equipment, Software, Printing, Display Boards And Marketing Costs.

£4,989 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Jul 2002 Burlish Park First School

A Project To Encourage Pupils Of Burlish Park First School To Participate In The Sport Of Tennis Through The Establishment Of An After-School Tennis Club. The Grant Will Pay For Tennis Racquets, Nets, Balls And Line Markers, Coaching Fees And Training Fo

£2,079 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
26 Jul 2002 Wribbenhall First School

A Project To Provide Coaching In Tennis After School For Children Of All Abilities. The Grant Will Pay For A Tennis Coach And Tennis Equipment.

£2,668 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
31 May 2002 Bramble's Trust Bereavement Services

A project to provide bereavement support for children who have lost a close family member. The project will also assist families to support the children from within the family unit. The grant over 3 years will fund the existing f/t posts of Director of

£271,074 Community Fund
18 Apr 2002 Worcestershire Guild of Designer Craftsmen

A Project To Celebrate The History Of Craftsmanship Over The Past 50 Years In The Worcestershire Area. The Grant Will Pay For Exhibition Expenses Including Marquee Hire, Advertising, Photography, Insurance And Hire Of Display Cabinets.

£3,628 Heritage Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2002 Bewdley Rowing Club

"A Project To Provide Coaching And Training Equipment For Volunteers And Members Of Bewdley Rowing Club In The Wyre Forest. The Grant Will Pay For 6 Volunteers To Attend Coaches Courses, 3 Training Sculls And A Specialist Training Boat That Would Seat A

£4,990 Sport England