397 matching grants found.
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|15 Dec 1998||North Lincolnshire Council
Converting St Johns Church, Scunthorpe as a contemporary visual arts and crafts
|£1,023,500||Arts Council England|
|14 Dec 1998||Cayton Bowling Club
New natural turf bowls green and car park
|14 Dec 1998||Warmsworth Lions Afc
Extension to pavilion & ground drainage
|11 Dec 1998||Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Trust
|£599,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Ferens Art Gallery
Ferens Art Gallery Children's Gallery, Hull
|£53,200||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Ken Hawley Collection Trust
Ken Hawley Collection - Acquisition
|£120,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Sheffield City Council
Birley Spa Restoration
|£293,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Goole Community Museum Development Project
|£212,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Skidby Windmill Development
|£236,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Yorkshire Museum
A Collection of Northern Counties Minerals - Acquisition
|£4,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|2 Dec 1998||Richmond Town Council
Richmond Town Cordwainers Cup - Acquisition
|£20,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Nov 1998||Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council
Halifax Town Centre
|£659,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Nov 1998||Molton And Norton Rugby Union Football Club
"Relocation of existing club to larger ground: new clubhouse, training lights etc"
|23 Nov 1998||Beverley & East Riding Lawn Tennis Club
Upgrade 4 grass tennis courts to artificial grass
|23 Nov 1998||Scunthorpe United FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|23 Nov 1998||Barnsley FC
Football Youth Development Programme
|23 Nov 1998||Sowerby Bridge Church Institute Cricket Club
New build pavilion & artificial practice cricket strips
|18 Nov 1998||Leeds Museums & Galleries
Temple Newsam House, Leeds - Restoration
|£1,488,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|18 Nov 1998||North Yorkshire Moors Historical Railway Trust Ltd
Pickering Station Restoration
|£312,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|5 Nov 1998||Corio Raptor Care & Rehabilitation
This organisation provides care & rehabilitation for wild birds of prey and involves the local community by carrying out educational visits and talks. The grant will buy educational display boards and educational information.
|3 Nov 1998||Sutton Community Association (Bradford)
This group provides information, advice and advocacy services to residents who are suffering financial or other hardship, and also manages the community centre which provides social and educational activities. The grant will pay for two computers and a ph
|3 Nov 1998||Over 60's Club (Kiveton Park)
This group provides relaxation, companionship, entertainment, weekly meetings, activities and outings for older people. The grant will pay for a Christmas dinner and a coach trip to the pantomime for members.
|3 Nov 1998||Mount Zion Saturday Supplementary School
This group provides supplementary tutoring for primary school children, craft and art classes and high school study groups. The school also runs an annual summer playscheme. The grant will pay for training and expenses for voluntary tutors, a computer, pr
|3 Nov 1998||Children Action Rocket Enterprise
This group provides holidays free of charge to underprivileged children living in inner cities and is staffed by volunteers with youth work experience. The grant will pay for two Jack Leg Cabins which will be joined together to form holiday accomodation i
|3 Nov 1998||Grenoside Young At Heart And Age Well Group
This group provides social activities and exercise for elderly people. The grant will pay for a Christmas dinner and dance including hire of hall, dance instructor, food, raffle prizes and bingo set.
|3 Nov 1998||Cullingworth Over 60's
This group provides a social club for older people who meet on a weekly basis in the village hall. The grant will pay for the purchase of a portable induction loop for the hard of hearing
|3 Nov 1998||Kashmir Educational Trust
This group organises training courses for young Kashmiri people, particularly recent immigrants, to help them access further training and work opportunities and promotes cultural activities and volunteering. The grant will pay for training courses for eig
|3 Nov 1998||Lilly Hall Residents Association
This group aims to restore confidence, and improve facilities for residents in the area. The grant will pay for two youth workers.
|3 Nov 1998||MOSAIC (West Yorkshire)
This group provides a support network for mothers of sexually abused children. The grant will pay for a volunteer to attend a counselling course.
|3 Nov 1998||West Yorkshire Association of Neighbourhood Watches
This group provides advice to Neighbourhood Watch schemes on insurance and constitutions and sends newsletters to local co-ordinators. The grant will pay for administration, meetings, equipment, leaflets and bulletins.
|3 Nov 1998||The Grimsby RSPB Members Group
This group provides active support to the work of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in the local community, involves RSPB members and the wider public in the society's affairs, education, fundraising and other activities. The grant will pay fo
|3 Nov 1998||Hillsborough One Parent Group
The group provides a social meeting place, support and information for lone-parents and their children. The grant is for two creche workers.
|3 Nov 1998||You're Only Young Once Club
This group provides sequence dancing and bingo for senior citizens. The grant will pay for a compact disc player and a bingo machine.
|3 Nov 1998||Beckton Avenue Day Centre Tenants Association
This group provides social activities such as luncheon clubs, art and craft classes, coffee mornings, day trips, holidays, bingo evenings and social evenings for the elderly tenants of North British Housing Association. The grant is for a computer, printe
|3 Nov 1998||36th Barnsley (Ardsley) Scout Group
This Scout group provides training and social activities to promote the development of young people. The grant will pay for repairs to the hall roof and re-pointing to parts of the building.
|3 Nov 1998||Habrough Village Hall Committee
This group manages a village hall which is used by a number of local groups for recreational and social activities. The grant will pay for the fitting of UPVC windows to the hall and to replace the front door.
|3 Nov 1998||Ormond House Residents Association
This group provides social activities such as day trips, bingo sessions and coffee mornings for residents of a sheltered housing scheme. The grant will be used to equip the centre for indoor activities.
|3 Nov 1998||Stocksbridge Community Trust
This group provides gardening, catering and decorating services for older people and people with disabilities. The grant will pay for gardening equipment and tax and insurance for a van.
|3 Nov 1998||Rotherham Hospital's Radio Service (Radio Nightingale)
This group provides a local radio broadcasting service for hospitals, old peoples homes and similar institutions in the area. The grant will pay for a permanent arial and transmitter.
|3 Nov 1998||Post-natal Depression Support Group
This group provides home visits, telephone support, literature and information about post-natal depression. They also arrange open meetings every month where women can meet and be offered a range of support services. The grant will pay for a computer and
|3 Nov 1998||83rd Sheffield Girl Guide Company
This group provides opportunities for girls and young women to develop self awareness, self respect and self confidence through social and educational activities at a weekly club and residential camps. The grant will pay for four extended dome tents, calo
|3 Nov 1998||Old Ackworth in Pictures Publication
This group is publishing a book about the local area of Ackworth with the proceeds going towards setting up a war memorial to honour villagers who lost their lives in the wars and to celebrate the Millenium. The grant will pay for the production costs of
|3 Nov 1998||Blue Light Variety Show
This group performs shows free of charge for residents of old peoples homes, centres for people with physical and mental disabilities and hospitals. The grant will pay for lighting and sound for the show.
|3 Nov 1998||Dunsford Over 55's Club
This group provides weekly meetings for the over 55's and organises social and recreational activities, outings and an annual Christmas lunch. The grant will pay for a visit to Lincoln Christmas market to include entrance, transport and Christmas lunch f
|3 Nov 1998||Soothill Muslim Women's Group
The group provides support and assistance to Muslim women facing social, welfare and domestic problems by organising and arranging training courses. The grant will pay for tutor fees, equipment, heat and light, newsletter, postage and stationery.
|3 Nov 1998||Huttons Ambo Village Hall Committee
This group runs the village hall for the inhabitants of an isolated rural community, for recreational and educational activities. The grant will pay for a suspended ceiling, new floor covering, new lighting, heaters and curtains
|3 Nov 1998||Treeton Local History Group
This group researches and raises awareness of local history through a newsletter and public meetings. The grant will pay for the production of newsletters, room hire and speakers expenses.
|3 Nov 1998||Appleton Wiske Village Hall
This group manages the village hall which provides social and recreational facilities, a pre-school playgroup and a mother and toddlers group, a visiting health service and a location for meetings, in a rural area with limited public transport. The grant
|3 Nov 1998||Birdwell Community Association
This group manages a village hall which is used by community groups and clubs for various recreational and social activities. The grant will pay for the provision of a toilet for people with disabilities, replacement of windows and doors, refurbishment of
|3 Nov 1998||Take My Hand
The group provides an opportunity for people bereaved by suicide to meet fortnightly, to talk and share their feelings. They share information by a small library of relevant books and have speakers who have experience in this area such as the Samaritans
|3 Nov 1998||West Butterwick Village Hall
This group provides a meeting place for the people of the local area, as well as an area for recreation. The grant will pay for improving the surface to the car park area which will improve access for elderly people and people with disabilities.
|3 Nov 1998||Tiny Tykes Childminders Playgroup
This group provides support for new and existing childminders and and also provides a community playgroup. The grant will pay for tumbling mats, toys and a bike.
|3 Nov 1998||East Coast Monarchs Marching/ Display Band
This group aims to educate and increase the confidence of local children with social activites including helping to train them in playing of marching band instruments. The grant will pay for uniforms and equipment.
|3 Nov 1998||Cullingworth Village Hall
This group provides premises for the over 60's club, the amateur dramatic society, pre-school playgroup, keep-fit and line dancing classes. The grant will pay for the replacement of existing window frames.
|3 Nov 1998||Abacus Association
This group provides opportunities for families of African-Caribbean origin to develop their potential both educationally and creatively. The grant will pay for planning and running their first AGM.
|3 Nov 1998||Laughton Common Community Association
This group liaises between the community, the local authority and housing association. They run a number of activities for young people in the community and will run training courses for local people and local groups. The grant will pay for carpet, furnit
|3 Nov 1998||Whitby Jets Juvenile Jazz Band
This group provides social activities for local children including training them in the playing of marching band instruments . The grant will pay equipment for the group.
|3 Nov 1998||Thorpes Community Association
This group provides a safe play area, activities for young children, a meeting place for their parents with a parent-toddler group, youth club sessions for 5-13 year olds and also organises special events and outings. The grant will pay for a computer, p
|3 Nov 1998||Kingstonian Crystalettes
This group aims to educate and increase the confidence of local children through social activities including helping to train them in the playing of marching band instruments. The grant will pay for equipment for the band.
|3 Nov 1998||The Mental Health Action Group Sheffield
This group provides activities such as a photography group, social evenings, day trips and gives advice on mental health benefits in a day centre run by users of mental health services. The grant will pay for three sofas, three small tables, three screens
|27 Oct 1998||Charivari
Purchase of a van, video/audio and office equipment & PA
|£54,000||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||Whiston Brass Band
Purchase new instruments
|£35,500||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||Yorkshire Chamber Choir
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||Frigid Films
|£23,398||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||Rawcliffe Village Hall
The project will rebuild the village hall and provide improved facilities for the local community. The one year grant will pay for building construction and professional fees.
|27 Oct 1998||The Wolfe Road Project Limited
The project will provide an extended, renovated and fully accessible resource centre for the use of a wide range of community groups. This one year grant will pay for a contribution towards the purchase and refurbishment of a community building.
|27 Oct 1998||Grimsby, Cleethorpes and District Dial-A-Ride
The project will develop and expand the community transport service for people with disabilities and older people in both urban and rural areas. The grant, over three years, will pay for a vehicle and the salary costs of a Co-ordinator.
|27 Oct 1998||Action Space Mobile Ltd
The project will enable a theatre company of adults with learning disabilities to put on a play which will tour relevant community venues expressing the positive achievements of people with disabilities. The grant, over three years, will pay for fees for
|27 Oct 1998||Family Mediation
The project provides assistance and support to people involved in a family breakdown. The grant, over two years, will pay for one staff salary, recruitment costs, information and training.
|27 Oct 1998||GASPED
This organisation provides support, advice and counselling to parents of substance misusers. The project will give them their own premises, develop a resource centre and establish support groups for parents and carers. The grant, over three years, will pa
|27 Oct 1998||Boothferry Road Community Project
The project will employ staff to enable the organisation which provides a range of services and facilities to local voluntary organisations to maximise the use of the building by these groups and ensure that the new facilities are maintained to a high sta
|27 Oct 1998||Garths Resource Centre Limited
The project will establish a purpose built community resource centre to provide accomodation and facilities for the community, including training, job search opportunities, welfare advice, careers advice, a well women's clinic and a creche. The grant, ove
|27 Oct 1998||The Community Development Company Limited
The project will enable people to consult with and influence local service providers and contribute to the change and regeneration of their area. The grant, over three years, will pay for refurbishment of the project base, office equipment, four staff sal
|27 Oct 1998||Leeds Action To Create Homes Limited (LATCH)
The Organisation Provides The Opportunity For Young Homeless People To Refurbish Homes For Themselves. This Project Will Purchase And Renovate A Disused Building To Provide Space And Facilities For The Solo (Sorting Out Life Options) Project And Employ A
|27 Oct 1998||Sheffield Women's Aid
The project will work with children and young people and provide outreach and aftercare support for women escaping domestic violence who are users or ex users of the Women's Aid refuge. The grant, over three years, will pay for staff salaries, running exp
|27 Oct 1998||Pontefract And District Drug And Solvent Helpline
The project will expand advice, counselling and rehabilitation for drug users and their families. An additional outreach worker will be appointed who will support people coming off drugs, going with them to their GP and chemist. The grant, over three ye
|27 Oct 1998||SOBS (Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide)
SOBS offers help and support to people nationwide who have been bereaved by the suicide of a friend or family member. The project will expand SOBS enabling them to offer more training to people who wish to set up self help groups around the country and t
|27 Oct 1998||Bridge Project
This project is an extension of a successful pilot scheme which offers alternative therapies to help people wishing to recover from drug addiction and provide support for their familes. The grant, over three years, will pay for a Co-ordinator, freelance w
|27 Oct 1998||Womens Centre
The project will employ a Co-ordinator and Development Worker to expand the available services and set up self-help groups for women. The grant, over two years, will pay for office equipment, two staff salaries, training, rent and general running expenses
|27 Oct 1998||The Junction
The project will provide a mobile leisure library for people with special needs. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a Project Officer to take books and games to people in residential homes.
|27 Oct 1998||Caring Together in Woodhouse and Little London
The project is to employ a Community Volunteer Co-ordinator to recruit, train, support and match volunteers to support older people living in two inner city areas. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, tools, one staff salary, runni
|27 Oct 1998||Pink Project
The project will employ a Project Co-ordinator and two part time Community Youth workers to continue the work of this youth project. The grant, over three years, will pay for the installation of a ramp and handrail and decoration of the premises, office e
|27 Oct 1998||Waring Green Community Association
The project will convert a storage facility in a community centre into a children's toilet block and refurbish an outside area to create a secure play area for children attending the play group. The one year grant will pay for refurbishment costs.
|27 Oct 1998||Family Links Around Grimsby and Cleethorpes
Working with Flexible Learning Experiences, both organisations provide services for children with learning disabilities. This project will provide supervised activities for children with both physical and learning disabilities after school and at weekends
|27 Oct 1998||Parochial Church Council of Armley with New Worthley
St Bartholomew, Armley, West Yorkshire
|£1,030,400||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Oct 1998||Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Development of Sculpture Park
|£1,548,597||Arts Council England|
|27 Oct 1998||New Working Ways
The project will establish a training programme designed to assist those who are persistently in debt or financial crisis with the aim of encouraging them to succesfully stick to a repayment plan. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipmen
|26 Oct 1998||City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
Cliffe Castle Working Landscapes Display Project, Keighley
|£344,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Oct 1998||City of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council
Sandal Castle, Wakefield - Repairs
|£347,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Oct 1998||St Hilda's RC Church
St Hilda, Whitby, North Yorkshire
|£252,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|23 Oct 1998||Trustees of Bradford Synagogue
The Bradford Synagogue, Bradford, West Yorkshire
|£83,800||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|22 Oct 1998||Darfield Area Amenity Society Ltd
Maurice Dobson Heritage Centre, Darfield
|£142,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Oct 1998||Doncaster Rugby Football Club Ltd
Construction of 3 additional pitches together with a new Clubhouse
|19 Oct 1998||South Kirkby Colliery Miners Welfare Scheme
New (floodlit) Crown Green; additional football pitch floodlighting; changing room upgrading; cricket practice area; boundary fencing; ground equipment and car park
|19 Oct 1998||Sheffield Tigers R.U.F.C.
Construction of 2 grass pitches and clubhouse development
|19 Oct 1998||North Yorks County Council (Pindar School)
All Weather Pitch Project
|19 Oct 1998||Scarborough Amateur Rowing Club
Clubhouse extension and purchase of two training boats & a Rigid Inflatable Boat
|30 Sep 1998||Harrogate District Hospice Limited
The project will establish a day care centre one day a week for terminally ill local residents. The grant, over three years, will contribute to four salaries and general running costs.
|30 Sep 1998||Sheffield Talking News
The project will provide up to date equipment for a talking newspaper service for blind and partially sighted people. This one year grant will pay for computer, recording and copying equipment and accessories.
|30 Sep 1998||Hull Play Resource Centre
The project will provide free accredited training courses in creative play to community groups working with children throughout the Humber area. It will enable volunteers and community groups to develop new skills and raise standards of play provision.