Lottery grants awarded to Hebden Bridge in 1999

6 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Dec 1999 School House Appeal Committee

The grant will be used to set up a 16 place after school club for children aged 3-11 years old. Schools served will be Scout Road Junior and Infant and Cragg Vale Junior and Infant Schools.

£9,100 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jun 1999 Kerbside

This group provides training for people with learning disabilities through the recovery, recycling and reprocessing of household materials. The grant will pay for secondhand shipping containers, a shredder, second-hand vehicle and payments for five traine

£4,119 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Hepstonstall Neighbourhood Watch Committee

This group aims to increase community safety for local residents. The grant will pay for closed circuit TV camera.

£1,000 Community Fund
27 Apr 1999 Hebden Bridge Arts Festival Ltd.

This group runs a literacy project for primary school children, raising awareness of race and multi-culturalism. The grant will pay for fees for performances from two poets and for six hundred literacy activity folders.

£3,000 Community Fund
12 Mar 1999 Hebden Bridge Youth House Playgroup

This group provides quality childcare within a caring and safe environment. Six month salaries; Training course for six months; Play equipment

£3,562 Community Fund
7 Jan 1999 St John The Baptist in the Wilderness

The project is to improve and equip a rural parish hall which is in need of repair. This one year grant will pay for building construction, refurbishment and kitchen equipment.

£14,726 Community Fund