56 matching grants found.
|30 Nov 2000||Kirby Wiske Village Hall Committee
This group provides a village hall for the use of the local parishioners. The project is to replace 15 windows with hardwood frames, double glazed, with coat premier or stain. supply and installation of 15 windows and painting
|30 Nov 2000||Bedale Bowling Green Society
This group provides flat green bowling and wishes to use the new clubhouse for indoor carpet bowls. The project is to purchase appropriate equipment for training. mat centre block bowls & jack handling machine & storage cupboard
|25 Oct 2000||First Steps Day Nursery
The grant will be used to create 12 after school, 12 before school and 12 holiday places for children aged 3-12 years old in Thirsk. Schools served will be Topcliffe C of E and East Thirsk Primary schools.
|£9,593||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Get Moving!
This Group Provides Dance And Music Projects And Events For People Of All Ages, Abilities Thoughout Yorkshire. The Award Will Provide Fees And Costs Of Artists/Companies For A Festival.
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|27 Sep 2000||Leeming Village Under Fives
The award will enable the group to provide a safe and stimulating environment by replacing worn-out equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Northallerton & District Deaf Club
This group provides classes for people to train as sign language translators and social nights and will use the award to purchase equipment to teach people with hearing impairments and learning disabilities.
|27 Sep 2000||Moxby Scout Group
This scout group will use the award to purchase camping equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||1st Thirsk Scout Group
The award will enable this scout group to improve its facilities by to replacing an outdated and inadequate heating system within the scout hall.
|27 Sep 2000||Swainby Playing Field Association
This group provides and maintains the facilities of Swainby Playing Field for local residents and visitors and will use the award to create a young children's play area.
|27 Sep 2000||Thirsk & District Toy Library
This group loans out toys, special needs toys and equipment on a fortnightly basis to the parents and carers of children between 0-8 years of age. It will use the award to purchase a bouncy castle and ball pool.
|27 Sep 2000||Stepping Stones Playgroup (Stokesley)
This group provides a playgroup for children from 2 and a half to school age and will use the award to modernise its equipment and facilities.
|27 Sep 2000||Leeming Village Youth Club
This group provides facilities for children between the ages of 6 and 12 and will use the award to provide more leisure and sporting activities.
|27 Sep 2000||"Great Smeaton, Hornby And Little Smeaton Millennium"
This group will use the award to produce a book on the history of the village since 1086.
|£2,283||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||East and West Rounton Parish Council
This Parish Council will use the award to publish a book on the history of the parish in which the whole community has been involved in producing.
|£4,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Danby Wiske Local History Group
This group promotes research into local history and archaeology and stimulates a pride in preserving community heritage. The award will be used to print and distribute a history book of Danby Wiske.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Wensleydale Rugby Union Football Club Juniors
This group will increase membership by working with local schools and publicising the group. Volunteers will be trained to increase standards in coaching.
|27 Sep 2000||Brompton Junior Football Club (Girls Section)
This group provides football coaching for young girls. The award will be used to provide equipment to deliver quality coaching.
|13 Sep 2000||Youth Clubs North Yorkshire
|£9,614||Arts Council England|
|9 Sep 2000||Northallerton College
|£49,541||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Aug 2000||Eighth Army Veterans Association (Cleveland Branch)
This Cleveland branch organises activities and events for members of the Eighth Army Vetrerans Association. The grant will support the travel and accommodation costs of a reunion.
|15 Aug 2000||Fryton Millennium Group
FRYTON MILLENNIUM PROJECT
|£5,442||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Jul 2000||Leeds Asthma Swimming Club
The group helps children and young people disadvantaged by asthma and their carers, providing short breaks and activities away from the pollution of the inner city. The project also gives training for young people to become leaders for the future, develop
|4 Jul 2000||Osmotherley Play Area Group
The project will refurbish a play area to make it accessible for all children. Local children have been involved in the development of the project which will mean that the area can be resurfaced and new equipment provided for children with mobility diffic
|29 Jun 2000||Stillington Village Hall
The award will replace the old windows and enhance the appearance of the hall.
|29 Jun 2000||Northallerton & District Local History Society
This group are staging a history day and a week of evening events as a celebration of the community's heritage.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Jun 2000||Brafferton Parish Council
This group will produce a book which records local items from the past and present, compiled by village people and organisations. It will be a gift to all households in the villages.
|£3,059||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Jun 2000||Newby Millennium Celebration Committee
This group provides activities and events to commemorate the Millennium. The award will enable the group to produce a village book.
|£2,250||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Jun 2000||Thirkleby Parochial Church Council
The award will enable the group to repair and make safe three bells in a Grade 2 listed church.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||North Yorkshire County Council
The grant will be used to create 50 holiday places for children aged 4-14 years old in North Yorkshire. Local schools will be served.
|£24,279||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Bedale Day Nursery
The grant will be used to create 10 after-school, places, 10 before-school places and 10 holiday places for children aged 3-11 years old. Schools served will be Beadle, Cakehall, Hackforth, Hornby and Leeming Londonderry Primary schools.
|£6,165||New Opportunities Fund|
|19 May 2000||Preston on Tees Cricket Club
The group aims to facilitate the playing of cricket and other sports at junior and senior level. The grant will be used to purchase new mowing equipment for their club.
|18 Apr 2000||Get Moving
|£10,000||Arts Council England|
|17 Apr 2000||Hutton Rudby Cricket Club
|11 Apr 2000||Norton Basketball Club
This group provides training and playing facilities for young people and adults to play basketball. The grant will be used to train members to be coaches and referees and provide coaching opportunities to new members.
|10 Apr 2000||HABDA
This New Group Aims To Teach Middle Eastern Dance, The History And Culture To An Area That Needs To Extend Its Multi Cultural Diversity. The Project Funded With This Award Is To Bring In Guest, Teachers, Performers To Enhance The Teaching Of This Art Of D
|£3,400||Arts Council England|
|10 Apr 2000||Shipton-by-Beningbrough Community Centre
This group will use the award to install a new kitchen with appliances to meet the safety and hygiene standards.
|10 Apr 2000||Husthwaite Local History Society
The award will enable the group to purchase computer equipment, consumables and a video camera to publish their findings of its appraisal/audit of the village in 2000.
|£4,313||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Worsall Local History Research Group
This group will use their award to produce a village history booklet and photographic record.
|£2,245||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Ingleby Greenhow Indoor Bowls Club
This new group will be using their award to purchase start up bowls equipment.
|10 Apr 2000||Richmond & Zetland Harriers
This group provides athletic facilities. They have been awarded to increase the volunteer base for coaching officialing and administration and to publicise the work of the group. The award will pay for hire of all weather facilties for 6 months product
|10 Apr 2000||Stokesley Juniors Football Club
This group have been awarded to set up a girls'/mixed mini soccer section within Stokesley Juniors Football Club. The award will pay for mini-soccer goals footballs ball carrier training cones and books.
|7 Apr 2000||Hambleton Citizens Advice Bureau
The project will develop existing NLCB funded work to provide money and welfare advice for people on low incomes in rural areas. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, salaries of two full time and two part time workers, recruitment
|14 Mar 2000||North Yorkshire County Council: Youth Clubs North Yorkshire
Connecting Youth Culture
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|22 Feb 2000||Girsby & Over Dinsdale Village Hall
The group provides facilities for the social, recreational and educational activities of the local community. They grant will be used to purchase new equipment to improve the facilities they provide.
|14 Feb 2000||Roseberry Holiday Playscheme
The grant will be used to set up a 20 place holiday club for children aged 3-14 years old in Great Ayton, a rural area of North Yorkshire. Schools served will be Roseberry County Primary, Marwood C of E and Ingleby Greenhow Schools.
|£7,620||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Feb 2000||Romanby Youth Dance Group
This New Group Aims To Fund Dance Projects For Children Through Quality Workshops In All Styles Of Dance With Creative Opportunities In Making Music, Art Work, Stage Decor And Choreography.
|£4,800||Arts Council England|
|10 Feb 2000||Osmotherley Area Parish Council
The Award Will Fund An Arts Project Which Will Focus Around Producing A Mosaic Panel To Be Sited Outside The Village Hall And A Playground Mosaic Which Will Be Made Up From Tiles Designed And Produced By Children.
|£3,120||Arts Council England|
|10 Feb 2000||North Yorkshire Branch - Down's Syndrome Association
The group will use the award to hold a one day conference to launch an education resource pack for children with Down's Syndrome.
|10 Feb 2000||Cholmeley Hall Committee
The project is to replace the window frames within the hall.
|10 Feb 2000||Thornton le Beans Village Hall Committee
The project is for the provision of tarmac and labour to finish the parking area which surrounds the area of the hall.
|10 Feb 2000||The Workcrafts Company
The award will enable the group to extend its activities for people with mental health problems through planning and implementation of increased opening hours and further provision of computer & office equipment, staff, consultancy, training and publicity
|10 Feb 2000||U3A (Northallerton)
The group will be able to puchase a public address system and radio microphone system in order to improve the facilities it offers to older people.
|10 Feb 2000||Stillington Millennium Fund
The project is to do a publication in book form of the village history which will be accessible to local schools and libraries and, at a small price, to the public.
|£500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|24 Jan 2000||Hambleton District Council
"Floodlit all weather pitch, pavilion and additional car parking. "
|3 Jan 2000||Ingleby Greenhow Women's Institute
The project will enable the group to organise catering projects. The award will pay for an oven, hob and freezer.
|3 Jan 2000||Husthwaite Village Hall
The project will enable the group to carry out a feasibility study. The award will pay for an architect, a surveyor and legal fees.