288 matching grants found.
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|28 Dec 2000||Leeds Library Service
Leeds Library Service
|£1,305,473||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Dec 2000||Phoenix Dance Company
Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)
|£708,176||Arts Council England|
|12 Dec 2000||Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company
Ticklish and remount of LureLureLure
|£71,200||Arts Council England|
|11 Dec 2000||Rugby Football League
"Rugby League: Performance, Potential and Start"
|30 Nov 2000||The Sinfonia of Leeds
This Group Objects Are To Advance The Education Of The Public In The Art And Science Of Orchestral Music. The Project Is To Perform A Short, Comic, One Act Opera 'Puccini'S Gianni Schicchi' For A Young Audience. Musical Director'S Fee, Soloists, Music Hir
|£2,450||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2000||K.B. Combo's
This Group Provides A Steel Band Group Which Involves People Of All Ages And Diversity And Prevents Isolation. The Project Is To Purchase Equipment And Hold Workshops To Meet The Group'S Aims. Drum Machine & Drums, Amplifier, Mini-Disc Recorder, Percussi
|£3,408||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2000||The Monday Group
This group provides an opportunity for older people to meet together in a congenial atmosphere to socialise, to listen to speakers and music presentations and having visits. The group wants funding for costs towards three coach trips and two group lunches
|30 Nov 2000||National Association of Deafened People
This group provides a support service of information and advice to improve the quality of life for people with hearing impairments. The project is to buy and set up a computer database for their membership records and their telephone database. desktop com
|30 Nov 2000||St Benedict's Luncheon Club
This group provides a luncheon club as a place for older people to meet up and socialise, they provide lunch, bingo, and outings. The project is to take the members to the seaside and provide meals on their outings. coach hire & meal, Christmas dinner
|30 Nov 2000||Morley Strollers
This new group provides a walking club and related activities for elderly people. It wishes to pay for mini bus hire and fuel costs for their outings. mini-bus hire for 24 trips, fuel costs
|30 Nov 2000||1st Garforth Scout Group
This Scout Group wishes to purchase replacement equipment for camping and other outdoor activities as their present equipment is unusable. tents, gas stoves, tent pegs, water carrier, compass, trangs (meth cooker for hiking), freezer boxes
|30 Nov 2000||Group of Muslim Pensioners (Men)
This group enables Muslim pensioners (male) to meet together in a self help format to provide activities and services to help reduce social isolation and economic deprivation. The project is to organise day trips and social events, and to provide free wee
|30 Nov 2000||Cookridge Methodist Church
This group provides a community based church for social and educational activities. The project is to facilitate space in the existing toilet for a disabled toilet. wheel accessible disabled toilet
|30 Nov 2000||Womens Holiday Centre Limited
This group provides much needed, cheap, holidays in a safe and friendly atmosphere for women and children who would not otherwise be able to afford it. The project is to produce a full feasibility study and business plan of the group's activity. consultan
|30 Nov 2000||Leeds Environmental Action Forum
This group promotes care and concern for the environment and increases public awareness of environmental issues and opportunities. The project is to map onto the web existing environmental resources, to develop awareness and resource packs on issues such
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2000||Southern Sudanese Women's Group
This group provides different cultural, social, and educational activities for refugee women from Sudan who live in Leeds and the surrounding area. The project is to promote cultural activities in form of singing and dancing. beads, shields, rods, ostrich
|£4,999||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2000||Sicklinghall Cricket Club
This group provides cricket to a range of age groups and are relocating to a new ground in the heart of the village. They wish to use the award to provide good net facilities and 2' top soil dressing to the new cricket square prior to seeding. cricket pit
|30 Nov 2000||Leeds Tigers Basketball Club
This group intends to help disadvantaged and socially excluded youths to become aware of the importance of inter-personal skill development around basketball. The project is to develop 6 conference central venue basketball centres in Leeds that will deli
|30 Nov 2000||Leeds Cycling Action Group
This group provides cycling newsletters annual open meetings and a website. The project is to develop a 'Cycling in Leeds' colour supplement style publication aimed at non/irregular cyclists for free. printing costs
|30 Nov 2000||Fforde Grene Football Team
This group provides the opportunity for young people adults women and girls to play and develop football within the inner city areas of Leeds. They wish to pay for new equipment and coach education courses to enable the club to improve and offer their m
|24 Nov 2000||Seacroft and Manston Family of Schools
Seacroft and Manston Family of Schools
|£181,724||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Nov 2000||Jasmin Vardimon Dance Company
Jasmin Vardimon in the Yorkshire Region 2001-2003
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|20 Nov 2000||Dance Perfection Associates
|£30,000||Arts Council England|
|20 Nov 2000||Imitating The Dog
|£8,383||Arts Council England|
|20 Nov 2000||Leeds City Council
Construction of an athletics and bowls centre
|8 Nov 2000||The Royal Armouries
Ferguson Breechloading Rifle, 1776
|£63,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|26 Oct 2000||Royal National Institute for the Blind
The project aims to address the difficulties experienced by visually impaired people using the transport system or moving about in Leeds. REACT beacons will be installed in city centre locations which give directions to people with a special smart card
|26 Oct 2000||Black Health Initiative
Research shows that older Black women are more likely to be at risk from health problems like cervical cancer but less likely to have been screened. This project will provide information and counselling to African Caribbean women on heath problems.
|26 Oct 2000||Old Pool Bank Village Hall
A project to remove the outdated play equipment and replace with new, safe equipment and surfacing, to provide a safe play area for children upto 16.
|26 Oct 2000||Northcall
The project will provide a community base where residents of the Moor Allerton area of Leeds can meet and work together to create new activities for the social/ recreational improvement of their neighbourhood. The grant will pay for salaries and running
|26 Oct 2000||Voluntary Action - Leeds
This project will make Leeds the first city in the UK to have a voluntary sector portal, linking the city's voluntary and community groups on the internet. Specialist staff will provide training and support to enable groups to make best use of this techn
|26 Oct 2000||Workers' Educational Association
This project will encourage parents in Scarborough and surrounding rural areas to take an active part in their children's education - by taking up learning again themselves. It will use parents who are already active in local schools as mentors to new pa
|25 Oct 2000||Leeds Play Network
The grant will be used to create 89 before-school, 99 after-school and 105 holiday places for children aged 3-14 years old, in various locations in Leeds, including Thorner and Seacroft. There will be 3 new clubs and existing provision at 3 other clubs w
|£95,702||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Leeds Play Network
The grant will be used to create 56 before-school, 64 after-school and 80 holiday places for children aged 3-14 in several areas of Leeds. Two existing schemes will be expanded and 3 new ones set up, serving 11 schools in the area.
|£71,793||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Calmfield Ltd
The grant will be used to create 56 holiday club places for children aged 3-11 years old in Leeds. Schools served will be Beeston Primary, St Anthony RC School and Hugh Gaitskill School.
|£25,098||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||The Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS Trust
The grant will be used to create 72 holiday places for children aged 4-10 years old in Leeds. Schools served will be located within the Leeds area.
|£32,400||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Meanwood Out of Hours Club
The grant will be used to provide 24 after school places for children aged 5-14 years old in Meanwood, Leeds. School served will be Meanwood C of E Primary School.
|£8,775||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Beecroft and Sacred Heart After School Club
The grant will be used to create 8 after school places for children aged 4-11 years old in Leeds. Schools served will be Beecroft Primary and Sacred Heart Primary Schools.
|£3,600||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Claphands Club
The grant will be used to create 8 after school, 8 before school and 8 holiday places for children aged 12-14 years old in Leeds. Schools served will be Rodillian School, Merlin Rees Community High School, Clapgate Primary and Sharphare Primary.
|£7,985||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||Kids Academy Limited
The grant will be used to create 15 after school, 10 wraparound, 10 before school and 20 holiday places for children aged 3-11 years old in Leeds. Schools served will be Holy Name and Adel Primary Schools and St Urbans, Tinshill, Cookridge, Holy Trinity,
|£24,582||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||St Bartholomew's Church of England School
12 primary schools and three secondary schools will work together with Yorkshire Playhouse to develop arts and sports activities for pupils. Activities will include health, dance, cricket, athletics, sculpture and photography.
|£41,406||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 2000||Leeds Museums and Galleries
Alexander Calder acquisition
|£126,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|20 Oct 2000||West Yorkshire Archive Service
Newby Hall Archives - Acquisition
|£154,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Tir Na Nog
The Award Will Enable This Storytelling Club To Present The Best In Pan Culture Storytelling, By Creating Opportunities For Audiences Both Adults And Children To Listen To Excellent Storytellers.
|£3,450||Arts Council England|
|27 Sep 2000||Arts To Share (Leeds)
This Group Brings Access For The Visually Impaired To Museums, Theatre And Arts Workshops. The Award Will Be Used To Transcribe Publicity/Programme Into Large Print & Braille, And To Provide Textile Workshops By Touch.
|£2,405||Arts Council England|
|27 Sep 2000||BNOS Chabad
This award will provide extra-curricular activities for girls aged 11-16 years old to develop their musical ability including youth leadership training. The award will pay for musical instruments, arts and crafts equipment, youth leader and music and dram
|£3,470||Arts Council England|
|27 Sep 2000||Woodcraft Folk (Shire Oak District)
This Group Provides Extra Curricular Activity For Children Aged 6-16 Years Through Weekly Meetings And Occasional Residential Camps. The Award Will Be Used To Device A Performance Piece Reflect Views Of Current World Issues.
|£2,410||Arts Council England|
|27 Sep 2000||The Positive Youth '98 Trust
The group will set up an alcohol free bar for young people in the area and will use the award to purchase a pool table, T.V. & video, music system, microwave oven, new signage, security and a fire alarm.
|27 Sep 2000||Calverley Guide Camp Fund
The award will be used by the group to purchase camping equipment for camp holidays.
|27 Sep 2000||Cardinal Women
This new group aims to bring parents together for support and to work towards providing activities for both parents and children from an area where people would otherwise be unable to organise or afford it. It will use the award to run the Women's Group
|27 Sep 2000||Leeds Limmud
This new group aims to encourage people in learning of Jewish culture and heritage and will use the award to hire a venue for a conference as a starting point for continued learning.
|27 Sep 2000||Greenside Care Club
This group provides a before and after school club and will use the award to purchase suitable and safe resources for the club.
|27 Sep 2000||Halton Moor 8-13 Playscheme
This group provides recreational activity for children during school holidays and will use the award for play equipment, transport and publicity and training costs.
|27 Sep 2000||5th NW Leeds Scout Group (Kirkstall St Stephens)
This scout group will use the award to purchase camping equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Celebrate!
This group provides a non-residential community of lesbians, gay men and bisexuals trying to provide alternatives to the commercial gay scene. It will use the award to build its community and extend its networks through publicity and events.
|27 Sep 2000||Batley Road Playgroup
This group provides educational activities for children aged between 2 - 5 years and will use the award to provide them with the opportunity for outdoor physical play.
|27 Sep 2000||14th Morley (Tingley) Scout Group
This group provides a range of training in outdoor pursuits and indoor activities for people aged 6-21. The award will be used to purchase new tents and camping equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Black Men's Forum, Leeds
This group raises awareness and provides potential solutions to negative issues facing men of African descent. It will use the award to produce a tutor's pack learning tool.
|27 Sep 2000||Cross Ingrams Area Residents Association
This group will use the award to produce a better quality newsletter to further promote the group and to improve its communication with its members, in particular elderly people.
|27 Sep 2000||The Acre Road Playscheme for Special Needs Children
This group provides social activities for children with disabilities and children with special needs. It will use the award to improve access to its playscheme by training volunteers and providing transport.
|27 Sep 2000||Hindu Womens Club
This group provides social, cultural and exercise activities for elderly women of Hindu origin. It will use the award to put on a community cultural event to celebrate Divali.
|27 Sep 2000||Chapeltown Young Peoples 10-2 Club
This group provides various activities and support for young people of African Caribbean descent and will use the award to purchase video conferencing equipment to enable young people to interact with education, training and service providers.
|27 Sep 2000||UK East African Welfare Association Leeds 8
This group provides advice and support services to community members. The award will be used to establish a regular social club which would provide opportunities for members to participate in social events.
|27 Sep 2000||Gan Yisroel P.A.
This new group will use the award to develop the activities of Leeds Summer Camp by providing out-of-school activites all year round.
|27 Sep 2000||The Hunslet Club for Boys and Girls
This group offers sporting and social recreational opportunities to young people. The award will be used to celebrate the group's 60th anniversary by cataloguing it's history in a book and developing a web page of the community activity.
|£4,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||The Second World War Experience Centre
This group rescue the personal memories and documents of men and women relating to their experience of the Second World War, and provide an archive of this material for the public. The award will be used to recruit a trained archival assistant for six mon
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Leeds Children's Theatre Archive Group
This new group will use their award for equipment to collect, collate, digitally archive and make available the history of the Leeds Children's Theatre Community in celebration of the year 2000. The archive will be published on CD, the internet and on pri
|£4,973||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Scholes Elmet Community Archive
This new group aims to promote, document and celebrate the historical and cultural heritage of the area. The award will be used for equipment and publicity to record and make local history accessible to the wider community.
|£4,419||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||The African Heritage Trust
This group advances public education on African history, literature, culture, and art. The award will be used to launch a trust website, create a new stationery and information pack, and to host an event to celebrate the achievements and contributions peo
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Management Comm. Bangladeshi Comm/Edu/Training Centre
This group provides various activities for the Bangladeshi community in Leeds. The award will be used to celebrate both the Millennium and their Bangladeshi Independence Day on 16th December.
|27 Sep 2000||Five Rivers
This new group will be able to use their award to establish the first ever Bhangra band in Leeds, by providing music workshops/taster sessions, organising a multicultural Millennium celebration, record a CD single and begin a music development programme.
|27 Sep 2000||St Matthew's C.E. Primary School
The group is providing an after school tennis group for young children in the school. Pupils will receive coaching at a local tennis club. The award will pay for equipment and paying for coaching sessions.
|27 Sep 2000||Hunslet Warriors Juniors ARL
This new group provides sporting opportunities for young people regardless of origin disabilities and gender. The project is to purchase start up equipment and to provide coaching courses for both coaches and volunteers.
|27 Sep 2000||Kippax Welfare Junior Rugby League Club
The award will enable the group to take part in a schools' rally; train local coaches; run a tag rally with local schools; and train coaches in sports injuries.
|27 Sep 2000||Farnley Colts Under 12's
This new football group will purchase its own training equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Crossbank Sporting Boys FC
This new group is setting up a football team which will be promoted through local schools. The award will pay for start up equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||St. Marys RC School
This school will develop links with local netball and rugby clubs in order to promote these sports for curricular and extra curricular activity.
|27 Sep 2000||Leeds and District Sports Association for the Disabled
This group provides access to sports for disabled people in the community. The award will pay for training and equipment which will enable the group to train more effectively.
|27 Sep 2000||White Rose Ladies Association Football Club
This women's football team will employ Football Association qualified coaches to increase skill of members.
|27 Sep 2000||Royal Park Primary School DofEE 383/2422
This group wishes to build upon its sports curriculum by extending sporting activities out of school time. The award will pay for coaching and equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Armley Lions Junior Cricket Club
This new group provides young Asian people in the Armley/Wortley area with the opportunity of playing cricket. The award will fund provsions for an indoor practice facility for members at the Yorkshire cricket school and to purchase start up equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Yorkshire Table Tennis Association
"This group provides table tennis activities throughout Yorkshire at all level covering coaching competition and training for all ages, gender, disabled, and minority ethnic groups. The award will provide additional coaches and coaching opportunities."
|27 Sep 2000||Leeds United Ladies AFC
This group will use the award to undertake various projects such as coaching courses to extend its activities.
|27 Sep 2000||Yorkshire Youth Amateur Rugy League
This group will use their award to provide coaching facilities and to establish a triangular tournament with West Riding Youth and Humberside Youth.
|27 Sep 2000||Caribbean Cricket Club
This group provides cricket facilities for the local community. The group will use the award to take cricket into the local community particularly to young people in deprived inner city areas.
|27 Sep 2000||Middleton Marauders A.R.L.F.C.
"This group promotes and plays amateur rugby league in a socially deprived area of Leeds. The award will pay for coach education, administration and equipment."
|27 Sep 2000||Otley Squash Club
This group provides the facilities for playing squash. The award will be used to set up a structured school and junior programme.
|27 Sep 2000||Lower Wharfe Canoe Club
This group provides outdoor and pool kayaking and canoeing sessions for members of the community. The award will be used to maintain successful pool sessions by training members to appropriate coaching levels.
|27 Sep 2000||Hunslet Amateur Rugby League Club
This group provides training and development of amateur rugby league football in the South Leeds areas. The award will fund first aid and coaching courses for all coaches and due to recent vandalism and arson they wish to purchase new equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Leeds and District Rugby League Referees Society
The award will be used to recruit and qualify match officials provide the development of theses officials and to facilitate training.
|27 Sep 2000||Methley Juniors Rugby League Football Club
This new group will use the award to purchase kit and coaching to provide rugby league for boys and girls under 9 years of age.
|27 Sep 2000||Oakwood Primary School
This school has been awarded to install indoor and outdoor basketball units and provide coaching at its off-site centre.
|25 Sep 2000||Rjc Dance Productions
|£13,450||Arts Council England|
|22 Sep 2000||Studio La Pointe
Interim Funding Scheme
|£5,930||Arts Council of Wales|
|18 Sep 2000||Yorkshire County Cricket Club
|13 Sep 2000||City and Regional Office
|£36,422||Arts Council England|
|12 Sep 2000||Leeds North West Primary Care Trust
The project will provide homecare on a 24-hour basis for 474 patients over three years, through nursing and social care. This will include sitting, rapid access to equipment 24-hour specialist care advice.
|£181,700||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2000||Thomas Danby College
The project will provide locally available, relevant and flexible access to ICT learning.
|£51,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2000||Leeds College of Technology
The Half Mile project will create ICT community learning centres across Leeds so that targeted communities can have easy access to learning.
|£74,980||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2000||Leeds City Council
The project will establish a learning centre in North Leeds to meet the ICT needs of the local community.
|£29,506||New Opportunities Fund|