58 matching grants found.
|30 Dec 1999||Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council
This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.
|£31,968||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council
Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council
|£1,458,464||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Dec 1999||Thornhill Community Academy Trust
Thornhill Community Academy Trust
|£1,506,069||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Dec 1999||Calderdale & Huddersfield NHS Trust
New MRI scanner. MRI scanners use radio frequency pulses and a magnetic field to differentiate tissues within the human body. The scanners can be used to aid the diagnosis of cancer and assess the effectiveness of treatment given for the disease.
|£638,985||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Dec 1999||Photoarts 2000
Mixed media artist in residence at Whitby Abbey
|£6,000||Arts Council England|
|16 Dec 1999||Lawrence Batley Theatre
Dance residency with Benji Reid
|£12,000||Arts Council England|
|16 Dec 1999||Women in Marsden
The project will enable the group to provide outdoor taster sessions in a wide range of activities aimed to increase personal development. The award will pay for a qualified outdoor education instructor, equipment hire, childcare facility and minibus hire
|16 Dec 1999||Almondbury Playgroup
The project will enable the group to provide a safer and heated building, extra playgroup sessions and outdoor play facilities. The award will pay for a modular building.
|16 Dec 1999||Slaithwaite Moonraking Festival
The project will enable the group to extend the event to include groups who have not previously been included and to produce a mumming play based on the legend. The award will pay for artists fees, materials, and publicity.
|£4,665||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 1999||Shelley Conservation Group
The project will enable the group to improve a path and maintain the general conservation of the area. The award will pay for paths, boardwalk, seat, labour costs and V.A.T.
|£2,289||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Dec 1999||Denby Dale Millennium Pie Association
The project will enable the group is set up to co-ordinate the baking of a world record breaking meat pie. The award will pay for a 10 tonne pie dish.
|16 Dec 1999||Golcar Extravaganza
The project will enable the group to stage an event at the current Golcar Extravaganza and base the celebrations on the local history and legends of the area by way of a parade, a pageant, music and dance. The award will pay for a P.A. system, marquee, pr
|16 Dec 1999||Greenhead Gymnastics Coaching Association
The project will enable the group to employ coach educators to train and develop a group of coaches in order to raise the skills of young people participating in the sport. The award will pay for coach education and training programme coaching in schools
|16 Dec 1999||Netherton Junior Football Club
The project will enable the group to provide a training and education programme for all volunteers. The award will pay for coaching courses venue hire and football equipment.
|15 Dec 1999||Proper Job Theatre Projects
|£17,700||Arts Council England|
|7 Dec 1999||Kirklees LEA - Community Education & Regeneration
Activities will include literacy, numeracy and general study support along with weekend and holiday activities focussing on arts and sports. Family swimming sessions for pupils at Fairfield Special school with single gender classes for students from ethni
|£152,429||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 Nov 1999||Proper Job Theatre Projects
Purchase of vehicles for touring and It equipment.
|£49,596||Arts Council England|
|29 Oct 1999||Abacus Black Families Support Group
The project will enable the group to produce a children's book featuring positive images of black families in the countryside. The grant will pay for printing and graphic design costs.
|29 Oct 1999||Huddersfield Irish Association
The project will enable the group to refurbish its kitchen and conduct a feasibility study for disabled access. The grant will pay for a feasibility study, a planning application and kitchen equipment.
|29 Oct 1999||Stile Common Junior Football Club
The project will enable the group to offer improved facilities thereby increasing younger membership. The grant will pay for changing facilities and transport costs.
|29 Oct 1999||Kirklees Rebound Trampoline Club
The project will enable the group to increase their equipment and coaching levels. The grant will pay for coaching awards safety and trampoline equipment.
|20 Oct 1999||Dalton Out of School Club
The grant will provide 32 after school, 32 before school and 32 holiday places for children aged 5 - 11. Schools served will be Dalton Junior School and St Joseph's RC School.
|£35,344||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 1999||Brocks Out of School Club & Holiday Playscheme
The grant will be used to create 26 before school, 26 after school and 26 holiday places for children aged 4-12. The facility will be situated in an area of poor housing. Schools served will be Brockholes Infant and Junior Schools, extending to surroundin
|£37,621||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Oct 1999||Whitewood And Fleming Theatre And Music
Purchase of vehicle
|£34,979||Arts Council England|
|13 Oct 1999||Shelley High School
To create a Cyber Caf+® with computers and internet resources to enhance study for students principally those who do not have computers at home.
|£34,022||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Oct 1999||Lifeline Project Limited
This project is aimed at reducing the effects of drug misuse amongst people from the South Asian communities of East Lancashire. The three year grant will pay for the full time salaries of a Project Manager, three Project Officers, travel, running costs a
|20 Sep 1999||By And Buy Community Shop
The project will enable the group to provide a community shop for residents on a housing estate. The grant will pay for an alarm and company registration.
|20 Sep 1999||Everything and Zero
The project will enable the group to establish a new help-line and increase skill and creativity through training and development. The grant will pay for a feasibility study.
|20 Sep 1999||The Elland Male Voice Choir
This project will enable the group to attract new members to the choir. The grant will pay for jackets and accessories.
|20 Sep 1999||REVCOM Yorkshire Council
The project will enable the group to extend its services. The grant will pay for two way radios.
|20 Sep 1999||Woodscape
This project will fund a professional person to explore the various methods of constructing a meeting place. The grant will pay for a feasibility study re a new meeting place.
|20 Sep 1999||Cardinals Wheelchair Sports Club
This project will increase participation of disabled people and improve their skills. The grant will pay for sports wheelchairs.
|1 Sep 1999||Kirklees
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.
|£1,412,497||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Jul 1999||Kirklees Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre
The project will employ a Volunteer Trainer Co-ordinator to develop an accessible and specialised training course, with a view to seeking accreditation, for women volunteers within Kirklees to enable them to offer telephone helpline and counselling to su
|28 Jul 1999||Huddersfield Womens Aid
The project builds on an existing NLCB grant and will provide a range of support services, along with emergency temporary accommodation for disadvantaged women and children across two sites in the Huddersfield area. The grant, over three years, will pay f
|12 Jul 1999||Thurstonland & Stocksmoor Out of School Club
The applicant aims to set up an Out of School Club, providing 12 places both before and after school during term-time and will be situated in an area of Huddersfield which has no existing childcare arrangements. Schools served will be Thurstonland Endowed
|£6,800||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 Jun 1999||Netherton Moor Playgroup
This group provides play facilities for two and a half to five year old children. The grant will pay for the development of an outdoor play facility, outdoor toys, play equipment and safety railings.
|19 May 1999||Fusion Housing Limited
A social research project with the University of Huddersfield to develop realistic social inclusion models with the drug using community. The grant over three years will pay for salaries and associated running expenses.
|27 Apr 1999||Shabang! Theatre Adventures
To purchase a van
|£14,847||Arts Council England|
|27 Apr 1999||FAB - Fartown And Birkby Out Of School Club
This group provides childcare and play experiences and activities for children aged 4 to 12 outside school hours. The grant will pay for play equipment, storage equipment, carpet, bean bags, TV/Video and a small camera.
|27 Apr 1999||St. John's Out of School Club
This group provides childcare for children between the age of 4 and 11 before and after school during term time. The grant will pay for day trips and entrance fees to Eureka and Cannon Hall, transport costs and staffing costs, rental of hall and purchase
|20 Apr 1999||Kirkburton & Highburton Community Association
The project will provide improved community facilities and allow for increased usage and activities by local groups. The grant, over one year, will fund building purchase, construction, refurbishment costs and professional fees.
|12 Mar 1999||Maranatha Youth Centre
This group aims to work creatively with young people to educate, inform, empower and utlise their skills within the local community. To provide a range of youth services for children and young people from disadvantage communities. Computers, recreational
|12 Mar 1999||Huddersfield & District Assoc. Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus
This group provides representation, advise and general assistance to their members afflicted by Spina Bifida together with their families. A new bathroom suite with adaptations for disabled people; kitchen sink and taps replacements; 3 piece suite, carpet
|8 Mar 1999||Westwood Mission Trust
This group manages a day centre and residential facility for use by church groups, schools, community groups and voluntary organisations. The grant will pay for a heating system and the replacement of rooflights.
|8 Mar 1999||Silver Star's Majorettes
This group provides recreational and social opportunities for young girls in the form of a majorettes troop. The grant will pay for batons and uniforms.
|8 Mar 1999||African Diaspora Cultural Heritage Academy
This group aims to support African Caribbeans in West Yorkshire who are disadvantaged and living in deprived areas by developing educational and cultural initiatives. The grant will pay for a feasibility study, start up costs and a computer.
|8 Mar 1999||Friends of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
This group supports young disabled people participating in the Duke of Edinburgh awards scheme by providing facilities which enable them to complete their expedition section of the scheme. The grant wil pay for the refurbishment of the boat and a battery
|8 Mar 1999||1st Huddersfield Scout & Cub Group
This scout group provides educational, recreational and social activities for young people in line with the aims of the Scouts Association. The grant will pay for 5 UPVC windows.
|10 Feb 1999||Sing for Pleasure
A celebration of choral singing by encouraging young people and adults who do not usually participate in music activities to take part. Regional rehearsals of the choir will culminate in a final performance at the Royal Albert Hall for a Millennium concer
|26 Jan 1999||Photoarts 2000
|£40,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Satellites Community Celebrations
|£14,000||Arts Council England|
|26 Jan 1999||Proper Job Theatre Company
The Town Ship
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Jan 1999||Kirklees Metropolitan Council
Through a community musical performance and the creation of 'Big Books' for primary school children the community of Kirklees will explore the history of the district focusing on the cultural diversity of the region.
|13 Jan 1999||C*I*D*A*
A nine-day Festival to celebrate African Caribbean culture to include dance and music perforamnces by youth groups a fashion show a community debate a comedy festival and talent show and a Caribbean Carnival.
|12 Jan 1999||Eastern Women's Fitness Group
This group provides aerobic exercise to music for Asian women who have physical and mental disabilities. The grant will pay for a radiophone, hi fi, mats, exercise steps and weights, a session worker and publicity materials.
|12 Jan 1999||9th Scout Group & 107th Guide Group, Huddersfield
This group provides a variety of activities for young people. The grant will pay for twenty replacement UPVC windows for their building.
|7 Jan 1999||Multi Care Organisation (Huddersfield)
The project aims to develop campaigning and awareness raising on behalf of African Caribbean disabled people. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, two staff salaries, training and running costs.