74 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 1999||Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.
|£68,664||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Dec 1999||Goldthorpe Parochial Church Council
SS John & Mary Magdalene, Goldthorpe, S. Yorks
|£950,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Dec 1999||Barnsley District General Hospital NHS Trust
Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.
|£49,544||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Dec 1999||Dearne Kids Outdoor Activity Group
This project will enable the group to purchase their own equipment to keep the costs low of recreational and educational activities for young people and their carers. The grant will pay for a marquee, bunkhouse and benches.
|16 Dec 1999||Kendray and Worsbrough Community Partnership
The project will enable this regeneration group to start up a new community office and resource facility. The award will pay for furniture, decorating, volunteer expenses and start-up costs.
|16 Dec 1999||Normandy Veterans Association
The project will enable the group to purchase a book of remembrance and have a cabinet made to store it. The award will pay for a mahogany cabinet and a leather bound book of remembrance.
|16 Dec 1999||Valley Community Centre
The project will enable the group to improve the internal use of the building for user groups and to encourage the youth group to participate in a community garden project. The award will pay for a loop system, decorating costs and gardening equipment.
|16 Dec 1999||Cawthorne Toddler and Baby Group
The project will enable the group to open the toddler group for an extra session a week. The award will pay for seating, a play area and equipment and the creation of a library.
|16 Dec 1999||Chewin 'T' Cud Volunteers
The project will enable the group to produce photographs and pictures for their magazine. The award will pay for a scanner, laminator and accessories.
|16 Dec 1999||St Paul's Parochial Church Council
The project will enable the group to make improvements to a community facility it manages. The award will pay for a store room and improvements to kitchen facilities.
|16 Dec 1999||Brierley, Grimethorpe & Shafton C.A.H
The project will enable the group to have their Millennium archive to be taken to a variety of events and local venues for demonstration purposes. The award will pay for projector, screen and volunteer expenses.
|£4,608||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 1999||Grass Roots Theatre Group
The project will enable the group to perform a specially written drama and fair in June 2000. The award will pay for audience seating.
|16 Dec 1999||The Monk Bretton Cricket Club
The project will enable the group to set up coaching facilities to train coaches and use its requested equipment at training sessions. The award will pay for coaching courses the Radford Ezy Net (x2) Indoor Truturf and a slip catch cradle.
|16 Dec 1999||Darfield Dynamo's Junior Football Club
The project will enable the group to extend their activities to include under 9's obtain a second pitch and training for coaches. The award will pay for 3 months hire of indoor training facility training and equipment including football strips for unde
|29 Oct 1999||Forge Community Partnership
The project will assist the group in promoting and publicising the work of the partnership in the social and economic regeneration of the area. The grant will pay for office and promotional equipment.
|29 Oct 1999||Smithies Tenants and Residents Association
The project will enable the group to develop a wildlife area for school children including children with special needs and local residents. The grant will pay for building costs.
|29 Oct 1999||Barnsley Access Select Committee
The project will enable the group to produce information to promote its aims concerning access for people with mobility impairments. The grant will pay for a laptop computer.
|29 Oct 1999||Barnsley Family History Society
The project will enable the group to access historical records more easily in order to research into family history. The grant will pay for a microfiche reader and printer, copies of parish registers, transcripts and stationery.
|£4,995||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Oct 1999||Royston Amateur Boxing Club
This project will enable the group to convert shop premises into a gym for the use of young people. The grant will pay for refurbishment costs.
|29 Oct 1999||Barnsley Schools Basketball Association
The project will enable the group to establish a new team for sixteen to nineteen year olds. The award will pay for team kit.
|20 Oct 1999||Barnsley College
The grant will be used to set up a 24 place holiday scheme for children aged 3-5 years. It will be primarily for the children who attend the nursery during term time, but will also fill a gap in the provision generally in Barnsley.
|£3,874||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Agnes Educational Enterprises Ltd
The grant will be used to set up a 16 place after school and a 16 place holiday club for children aged 4-11. Schools served will be Silkstone Junior and Infants, Cawthorne School, Silkstone Common Junior and Infants, Hoylandswaine Junior and Infants and o
|£13,468||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Kool Kidz Club
The grant will be used to create a 16 place after school club for children aged 4-14. The project will operate in an urban area of high unemployment. The school served will be Birdwell Primary School.
|£5,070||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
The grant will be used to create 24 before school, 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 3 - 11. Schools served will be Lacewood Primary and Heathergarth Primary.
|£28,200||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Oct 1999||Hunshelf Parish Council
Hunshelf Heritage Project
|£51,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Sep 1999||Royston And Carlton Community Partnership
The project will employ a development worker and administrative officer to strengthen and develop the Partnership and widen its membership, in addition to developing and managing projects to assist in the regeneration of the Royston and Carlton area. The
|30 Sep 1999||Hoyland Community Enterprise Association
The project will refurbish a building in order to provide a new community venue. The grant, over three years, will fund refurbishment, office equipment, staff costs for three employees, running costs, promotional materials, training and travel.
|20 Sep 1999||Blessed Sacrament Church, Athersley
The project will enable the group to provide a park and play area for the community. The grant will pay for equipment and materials for environmental improvement work.
|20 Sep 1999||Rock Social
The project will enable the group to extend its activities. The grant will pay for day trips and Christmas pantomine.
|20 Sep 1999||WEA Womens Group (Highgate)
This project will help the group to expand its activities and increase the skills of its members. The grant will pay for speakers to demonstrate crafts, materials and assistance with travel costs.
|20 Sep 1999||Cedar Crescent Parent & Toddler Group
The project will enable the group to provide safe play equipment and also extend their activities. The grant will pay for play equipment and assistance with travel costs for group outings.
|20 Sep 1999||Kendray Women's Group
The project will enable the group to create a safer play area and improve community facilities. The grant will pay for play equipment and outings.
|20 Sep 1999||Athersley Wednesday Club
The project will enable the group to extend its services. The grant will pay for office equipment, craft materials, field trips and speakers.
|20 Sep 1999||Hoyland Vikings Amateur Rugby League Club
This project will enable the group to transport children to fixtures and improve their skills. The grant will pay for transport costs rugby equipment & training.
|20 Sep 1999||Darfield Bowls Club
This project will introduce a junior membership scheme. The grant will pay for bowls equipment.
|1 Sep 1999||Barnsley
The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.
|£681,175||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Jul 1999||Barnsley and District Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will refurbish a building to provide additional space and more accessible premises for the Citizens Advice Bureau in Barnsley. The one year grant will fund refurbishment costs and professional fees.
|15 Jun 1999||Sail Training Association West Yorkshire Committee
This group recruits young people aged between sixteen and twenty-four years old to take on sailing expeditions. The grant will pay for the voyage fees of seven underprivileged young people.
|15 Jun 1999||St. Andrew's Community Centre
This group provides social activities for tenants of a sheltered housing scheme. The grant will pay for microphone, speakers and crockery to use on bingo nights and social evenings.
|15 Jun 1999||Barnsley Deaf Social Club
This group provides facilties for primarily hearing impaired people to meet, socialise and play snooker, dominoes, darts and whist. The grant will pay for the decorating of new premises, new carpet, curtains, bingo machine, a dart board, snooker cues and
|15 Jun 1999||Blackerhill Neighbourhood Watch
This group provides crime prevention and aims ultimately to secure funds for a lifelong learning centre. The grant will pay for computer equipment and a photocopier.
|15 Jun 1999||Grimethorpe and District Band
This group is a community brass band providing instruments, tuition in music and uniforms for their members. The grant will pay for new instruments.
|15 Jun 1999||Treasure Seekers Trust
This group provides diving activities for under privileged young people. The grant will pay for a rigid inflatable boat.
|15 Jun 1999||National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society Barnsley Branch
This self-help group aims to raise awareness, help people to understand and manage their condition, provides physiotherapy and hydrotherapy sessions and social activities. The grant will pay for stationery, office equipment, books, exercise mats and flota
|27 May 1999||Age Concern Barnsley
The project will extend, refurbish and staff a Resource Centre for older people from which a number of activities and services will be provided. The grant, over three years, will fund building construction, refurbishment, office equipment, staffing costs
|24 May 1999||Silkstone Parish Council
Cricket Pavilion Project/Silkstone Parish Council
|27 Apr 1999||Barnsley Hospice Appeal Ltd
The project will enable the Hospice to build an 8 in-patient bed unit providing 24 hour care facilities for terminally ill patients in the Barnsley area. This will complement the day care which already provides for 17 patients requiring palliative care on
|27 Apr 1999||Barnsley Personal Development Association
This group provides a facility for psychological personal development as well as a facility for volunteer therapists and trainers to develop existing skills. The grant will pay for a computer, peripherals, software and materials, training materials, train
|27 Apr 1999||Rainbow Community Centre
This group manages a community centre and provides a drop-in advice session, courses and a community cafe. They also have trained volunteers who are able to help people access benefits and services. The grant will pay for a feasibility study to look at wa
|27 Apr 1999||Silver Jubilee Centre
This group provides social outings and activities for physically disabled and elderly people on a weekly basis and it also provides a minibus for hospital appointments. The grant will pay for bracing for seats and seat belts in the minibus.
|27 Apr 1999||Brierley Youth Challenge
This group provides a community facility for residents for recreational and educational purposes. The grant will pay for office furniture and equiptment.
|27 Apr 1999||Dodworth and District Senior Citizens Association
This group aims to provide facilities for entertainment, social activities, advice and assistance to senior citizens. The grant will pay for a day trip, publicity material and equipment.
|27 Apr 1999||Childminders Together
This group aims to enhance the image and status of childminders by organising training, local support, advice and information. The grant will pay for a fun day for childminders and the children they care for.
|20 Apr 1999||Wombwell,Jump,Hemingfield & Broomhill Community Partnership
The project will provide a local health, leisure & social directory to heighten community awareness of local opportunities & encourage better use of community facilities. This one year grant will pay for production costs of the local directory.
|20 Apr 1999||Barnsley and District Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will provide debt advice for unemployed people and people on low incomes. The grant, over three years, will contribute to the salary of a full-time worker and running costs.
|20 Apr 1999||Together Working For Wellbeing
The project will provide support to young people with mental health problems. The three year grant will fund office equipment, salaries for four workers, general running costs, training and travel.
|29 Mar 1999||Penistone Church Football Club
Construction of a floodlit MUGA
|12 Mar 1999||Barnsley Sea Cadet Corps
This group provides a complete youth service, they recruit both girls and boys from the age of 10 to 18 years of age and give them training in seamanship, cooking, shooting, boat work including navigation. They also arrange outdoor camps and trips are or
|8 Mar 1999||Brierley, Grimethorpe & Shafton C.A.H
This reminiscence project brings together 3 ex-mining communities by focusing on preserving the pride and heritage of the area. The grant will pay for computer equipment and running costs for the project.
|8 Mar 1999||South Yorkshire Women's Association
This group provides social and educational activities for women's clubs in the area and aims to improve their conditions of life. The grant will pay for a parade banner for the organisation.
|8 Mar 1999||Billingley Amenties Society
This group provides a venue for the villagers to participate in the social events arranged by the different groups who use the facility and maintain the community spirit of the area. The grant will pay for a marquee.
|8 Mar 1999||5th Barnsley (Hoyland Common) Scouts
This group provides scouting activities for local children and a hall for local community use. The grant will pay for a new heating system and the replastering of the hall.
|4 Mar 1999||Victoria Almshouses
The project is to build a small communal facility for use by elderly residents and their visitors. This one year grant will pay for building construction and furniture.
|4 Mar 1999||Sidcop Road Community Centre Association
The project is to develop new activities in a community centre, provide childcare and training for local people to increase skills and confidence in an area of high unemployment. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, one staff salary
|29 Jan 1999||Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Fuelling A Revolution - Barnsley
|£151,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|28 Jan 1999||Barnsley Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Barnsley Millenium Town Centre Heritage Trail
|£25,600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Jan 1999||Tred Dance Theatre Company
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Jan 1999||Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
A year-long programme to include arts crafts historical exhibitions and a photographic archive project; a series of performances by amateur organisations on the theme of maturity and an exploration of the history of two Barnsley villages through video mus
|12 Jan 1999||18th Barnsley (Hoyland) Scout Group
This group provides indoor and outdoor scouting activities. The grant will pay for the removal of the wall surrounding the activity yard at the scout hall to enlarge the area to be used for outside activities.
|12 Jan 1999||Cudworth Community Playgroup
This group provides childcare facilities and pre school activities for children aged between 2.5 and 5 years old. The grant will pay for gardening work, outdoor and indoor toys such as a slide, sand and water box , books, safety gates and crash mats.
|12 Jan 1999||Villages 4 Community Partnership
This community led project has been established for the benefit of this ex-mining community to aid the regeneration of the area. The grant will pay a senior chartered architect and a landscape architect to take forward plans to restore a wetland area and
|12 Jan 1999||Cawthorne Village Hall Management Committee
This village hall is used as a community facility for the different recreational and social activities that take place in this rural area. The grant will pay to remove plaster hardboard, repair plumbing, renew toilet floor covering and re-decorate.
|7 Jan 1999||Barnsley and District Samaritans
The project will improve the kitchen and provide volunteers with cooking and laundry facilities. This one year grant will be used to refurbish the existing building.
|7 Jan 1999||Dearne Valley Venture
Working with Dearne Valley Community Forum, this community support project will help the development of small voluntary groups. The grant, over three years, will pay for the salary of a project worker and running costs.