224 matching grants found.
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|18 Dec 2001||Leeds West Indian Centre Charitable Trust
Start-up Artistic Development and Artistic Programme
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2001||Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery & Studio Theatre
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2001||Leeds City Council
The Writing Pad
|£10,500||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2001||Leeds Theatre Trust Limited
Carnival Messiah (Spirit of Friendship)
|£70,000||Arts Council England|
|13 Dec 2001||The Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah
Frankie and Johnny - A Youth Arts Collaboration in North Yorkshire
|£12,000||Arts Council England|
|11 Dec 2001||Horsforth Village Historical Society
Marshall Stable Resource Centre, Horsforth Museum
|£89,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Dec 2001||The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
New Multiviewer. The equipment is used for rapid viewing of large numbers of mammography films which enables women to be given the results of their breast screening in the shortest possible time.
|£12,183||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Dec 2001||Elephant Talk
|£900||Arts Council England|
|5 Dec 2001||Leeds Metropolitan University
Scholarships for MA/PGCert/PGDip in Screenwriting (Fiction) 2001/2003
|£23,828||UK Film Council|
|30 Nov 2001||Breakers Unify
This Group Provides Street Dance And Media And Arts Tuition To Young People, Providing An Alternative To Crime And Violence Often Resulting From Boredom. It Will Use The Award To Hire A Mini Bus Which Will Enable It To Transport Young People To Meet Each
|£3,436||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2001||Musical ARC
This Music Group Is Run For And By Adults With Physical And / Or Learning Disabilities It Will Use The Award To Increase Membership By Running 12 Weekly Sessions Between Jan - Apr 02 Which Will Include Workshops Of Composing, Devising And Rehearsals, And
|£4,730||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2001||Otley Community Play Association
This Voluntary Arts Organisation Is Dedicated To Running Community Arts Activities In Otley & Its Surrounding Areas. The Award Will Be Used For A Group Of 20-30 Young People (From Otley Youth Theatre, Part Of Otley Community Play Association) To Write & P
|£5,000||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2001||Different Stages Theatre Company
This Group Provides Tailored Drama Projects For All Ages In Targeted Areas Which Includes Workshops And Performances. The Award Will Be Used To Establish A Theatre And Drama Presence As Part Of The Groundwork Community Regeneration Programme Initiative F
|£2,242||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2001||BNOS Chabad
This group provides extra-curricular activities for girls aged 8 to 16 years old, including youth leadership training, celebrating cultural events and creating music and arts workshops. The award will be used to write, produce and perform a play by the g
|£3,110||Arts Council England|
|30 Nov 2001||Shadwell Recreation Centre
This group provides a communal centre and various activities such as indoor carpet bowling and flower arranging classes. The award will be used to refurbish ladies' & men's toilets and the kitchen.
|30 Nov 2001||Greenside Care Club
This group provides stimulating and interesting activities for children aged 4 to 11 years in the before and after school club and holiday playscheme. It will use the award to purchase additional resources required to furnish the cabin extension for exten
|30 Nov 2001||Volunteer Reading Help Leeds
This group recruits, trains and supports volunteers from the local community to work with children aged 6 to 11 who need help to develop confidence and literacy skills. The award will be used to maintain and develop the work of the group in South Leeds b
|30 Nov 2001||Leeds Astronomical Society
This astronomical society, which meets twice a month, will use the award to purchase observing equipment and accessories to enhance members capacities and to set up observing sessions for the general public.
|30 Nov 2001||Otley Museum Trust
This Group Maintains A Museum Collection Which Is Open To The Public. They Provide Educational Services To Local Primary And High Schools And Other Community Groups. The Award Will Be Used To Purchase Equipment To Protect Their Collection Of Maps From D
|£1,892||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2001||Friends of Kell Beck
This Group Improves The Amenity Of Kell Beck And Its Environs. It Will Use The Award For Printing Costs Of A Guide Book.
|£530||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2001||Quarry Mount Primary School
This school will use the award to provide 'wrap-around' care for the children. They are creating a faciltity which will be used for before and after school activities, supporting and involving the local community.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Nov 2001||In Step
This new group wishes to support young parents in the area by providing them with somewhere to meet and provides educational, health and recreational sessions along with free creches. The award will be used to rent a property to provide the drop-in centr
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Nov 2001||Shaan Cricket Club
"This Group Runs A Cricket Club For People Of Asian Origin Of All Ages In The Beeston/Holbeck Areas Of Leeds, With A Strong Emphasis On Young People, And Provides Coaching And Development. The Award Will Be Used To Cater For The Increase In The Number Of
|30 Nov 2001||East Leeds Amateur Rugby League
This Group Provides Amateur Rugby League Tuition To Boys And Girls From 7 Years Of Age Through To Adults. It Award Will Be Used To Extend Playing Opportunities To The Wider Community And To Attract More Girls And Black And Ethnic Minority Groups To The Sp
|30 Nov 2001||South Leeds United Association Football Club
This New Group Aims To Bring Together Young Adults From The South Leeds Area To Take Part In Organised Football Activities. The Award Will Be Used To Fund Start Up Costs To Help The Group Become Established.
|30 Nov 2001||Knaresborough Racing Team
This Cycling Club Provides Social Activities And Cycling Events For All Members. The Award Will Be Used To Help Implement A Community Development Cycling Scheme By Conducting Coaching Sessions For Children At Safe And Accessible Venues.
|27 Nov 2001||Hall Place Studios Ltd.
First Shot Project
|£28,322||UK Film Council|
|27 Nov 2001||JEEP Ltd
|£2,349||UK Film Council|
|21 Nov 2001||The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
|£665,424||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Nov 2001||Otley Community Play Association
Otley Community Play Association
|£911||Arts Council England|
|19 Nov 2001||Milford Rugby League Sports Club
Extension of existing changing rooms
|19 Nov 2001||Kirkstall Abbey Tennis Club
Upgrade four hard tennis courts with fittings and replace the surround fencing
|16 Nov 2001||South Leeds Health For All Limited
The Project Is To Strengthen South Leeds Health For All And Enable Them To Offer 'Hands On' Support To The Local Groups They Serve. The 'One To One' Training Will Cover Management Of Finances And The Development Of Effective Administration And Communicati
|16 Nov 2001||Hyde Park Source
The project will recruit and train volunteers who would not usually become involved in community work, increasing their skills and confidence, whilst at the same time improving facilities of the local community. The grant, over three years, will fund the
|16 Nov 2001||Resourcing the Community
The Project Seeks To Help Local Individuals, Community Groups And Voluntary Organisations In Disadvantaged Communities In Inner-City Leeds. This Wil Be Achieved By Opening A Community Resource Centre Where Volunteering Opportunities, Information , Resour
|16 Nov 2001||Foundation
The grant for one year will contribute to the purchase of Tennant Hall, which will be refurbished as a Young People's Resource Centre in the University ward of Leeds. The project will focus on the needs of young people who are homeless or badly housed, th
|16 Nov 2001||Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People
This Project Will Establish A Comprehensive Communicator Guide Service For Deafblind People, To Enable Them To Gain Access To Activities And Services Through Provision Of Qualified One To One Support. The Guides Support The Person By Acting As Their Eyes
|6 Nov 2001||Leeds Animation Workshop
Digital animation equipment bid
|£8,200||Arts Council England|
|5 Nov 2001||Leikin Loppu
Today's Special (Too)
|£20,090||Arts Council England|
|5 Nov 2001||Interplay Theatre Trust
The Winter's Tale
|£30,986||Arts Council England|
|5 Nov 2001||Unlimited Theatre
|£15,056||Arts Council England|
|1 Nov 2001||Leeds Metropolitan University
|31 Oct 2001||Learning Partnerships
Step to the Beat
|£12,085||Arts Council England|
|31 Oct 2001||CACTISS
CACTISS Music Club
|£7,302||Arts Council England|
|25 Oct 2001||Leeds Play Network
The grant will be used to create 16 before-school, 80 before and after school, 10 wraparound, 20 holiday and 40 all year round places, for children aged 4 - 11 years old. Local schools will be served throughout Leeds.
|£30,319||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Oct 2001||Morley Victoria Primary School
Learning through Landscsapes
|19 Oct 2001||Jabadao
Jabadao Movement Play North West
|£27,000||Arts Council England|
|17 Oct 2001||Frigid Ltd
|£25,000||UK Film Council|
|5 Oct 2001||West Yorkshire Playhouse
West Yorkshire Playhouse will extend its existing cyber caf+® area to engage local community groups in the use of information and communications technology (ICT). The project will build on existing work with disadvantaged communities, and include adults w
|£25,594||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Oct 2001||St Anne's Shelter & Housing Action
The project will provide access to information and communications technology for 250 homeless and vulnerable adults. The project will be based in a well-established resource centre in central Leeds and comprise a small cybercafe, an ICT suite, a multimed
|£19,233||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Oct 2001||Age Concern Leeds
The project aims to provide information and communicatios technology skills, email and internet access for anyone aged over 60 in the Leeds area. Using existing neighbourhood network buildings, Age concern will provide an ICT infrastructure to link commu
|£62,460||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Oct 2001||Leeds College of Technology
The aim of this project is to provide information and communications technology learning centres within half a mile of any home in south Leeds. Using inner city Leeds high schools, St Lukes Church, Copper Fields Community learning centre, Mathew Murrey S
|£15,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Oct 2001||Leeds Theatre Trust Ltd
|£72,989||Arts Council England|
|28 Sep 2001||Rothwell Artists
This Community-Based Art Group Provides Materials, Workshops, Visits To Local Art Exhibitions, The Staging Of Art Shows In Local Churches & Field Trips. The Award Will Be Used To Purchase Materials & Equipment That Are Beyond The Budget Of Individual Memb
|£3,791||Arts Council England|
|28 Sep 2001||Arts To Share (Leeds)
This Group Provides Access To Visually Impaired People To Museums, Theatre And Arts Workshops Through Museum Handling Sessions, Specialised Guided Tours, And Audio Descriptions Of Current Theatre Productions With In-Depth Insight. The Award Will Bw Used T
|£3,932||Arts Council England|
|28 Sep 2001||Otley Film Society
This Group Promotes The Appreciation Of Films In The Otley Area. They Show Films On A Regular Basis For The Public, And Also Have A 'Golden Oldies' Matinee Club For Older People Who Are Unable To Go Out In The Evenings. The Award Will Be Used To Purchas
|£4,320||Arts Council England|
|28 Sep 2001||Royal Marines Association Bradford and District Branch
This group provides social activities and welfare services for former Royal Marines and their families, and attends parades around the country. The award will be used to attend the national memorial parade in London.
|28 Sep 2001||The Bradford Educational & Cultural Association of Sikhs
This group represents the Bradford Sikh community on various issues. The award will be used to organise a series of workshops to provide an opportunity for people involved in running and managing voluntary community groups to share their experiences. Expe
|28 Sep 2001||2nd South Leeds Belle Isle Scout Group
This scouting group provides activities for young people aged 6-18 years. It will use the award to fund the District Leaders programme planning weekend, purchase essential equipment, and a generator to provide safer lighting than freestanding gas lamps at
|28 Sep 2001||West Leeds District Scout Council
This group will use the award to hire a school and convert it to a 'Cruise Ship' and provide various activities for the passengers which includes Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.
|28 Sep 2001||Belle Isle Neighbourhood Centre Advisory Group
This group is based in a large inner city housing estate with high unemployment levels. It provides welfare benefits, legal advice, subsidised leisure activities to name a few. The award will be used to produce calendars, which will give healthy living ad
|28 Sep 2001||Pudsey Lowtown Night Owls
This new group (Sept00) provides stimulating and interesting activities for children aged between 4-11 years. The award will be used to purchase safe play resources & storage due to its small port-a-cabin, therefore needing to organise & store equipment w
|28 Sep 2001||Holy Family Catholic Primary School
This primary school will use the award to create an outdoor classroom to promote outdoor learning, making use of nature to promote both artistic and scientific learning.
|£500||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Write On Group
This group of promising writers wish to share their enthusiasm and expertise with others and wish to encourage creativity in children. It will use the award to organise a writing competition at the local school, with all stories being published in an anth
|£1,043||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||The Tweenagers Youth Project
This new group (Apr01) was formed after an 8 week music project hosted by The Cupboard Project and Cockburn High School, who work with young people with learning difficulties. The award will be used to allow the group to meet twice weekly after school to
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Leeds City Council: Department of Education
A wide range of interesting activities including music, dance, multimedia and sports will be offered by this project which aims to benefit nearly 4,000 pupils a year from 27 schools. Each school will be able to choose from a menu of activities, identifyin
|£452,919||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Leeds Community School
Girls from Leeds' Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Kashmiri communities will benefit from after school activities established by this project. It will comprise a literacy club, an information and communications technology (ICT) club and a homework club.
|£21,676||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Morley Spurs Ladies Football Club
"This Group Provides Football Facilities For Girls And Women Of All Ages. The Award Will Be Used To Provide Professional Coaching For The Players, Purchase New Equipment For Outdoor Training And Competitions And Hire New Training Facilities."
|28 Sep 2001||Yorkshire Archery Association
This Group Will Used The Award To Purchase Equipment For It To Build Links With Schools And Youth Groups As Well As Disadvantaged People In The Community Who Would Have Not Been Able To Access The Sport.
|28 Sep 2001||Leeds BMX Club
"This New Off Road Cycling Club Provides Bicycle Motocross (Bmx) And Mountain Bike Riding And Racing By Qualified Volunteers. It Will Use The Award To Provide Coaching & 1st Aid Qualifications For Volunteers, Provide Start Gate To Facilitate Practice & Ra
|28 Sep 2001||Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Netball Association
"This Group Co-Ordinates, Develops, Implements And Oversees A Range Of Opportunities For Women And Girls To Participate In Netball. The Award Will Be Used To Establish A Talent Development Academy To Support Young Players With The Transition Between Coun
|28 Sep 2001||Rothwell Juniors Under 7s Team
"This Group Is A Community Football Club Which Provides Coaching And Support For Young People. The Award Will Be Used To Purchase New Equipment And Kit To Establish The Team, And To Provide Coaching For The Season."
|28 Sep 2001||Pudsey Juniors Football Club
"This Group Provides Junior Football To 220 Children In The Area, Training 1 To 2 Nights Per Week With Matches On Saturday Or Sunday. The Award Will Be Used To Establish A New Girls Section Of Three Teams, U10, U12 & U14'S."
|28 Sep 2001||EiC Action Zone in South Leeds
EiC Action Zone in South Leeds
|£128,802||New Opportunities Fund|
|28 Sep 2001||Matthew Murray High School
Matthew Murray High School
|£147||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Sep 2001||Hall Place Studios
|£20,000||Arts Council England|
|21 Sep 2001||Oblong Ltd
The project seeks to establish a new resource centre that will enable local people to start and run project and groups that work for positive change within the community. The grant over three years will pay for the salaries of four part time staff and as
|21 Sep 2001||Otley, Aireborough & District Domestic Violence Support Proj
A project to appoint a Community Development Worker who, with the support of the established management of the organisation, will build on outreach work through developing formal and informal networks. Worker will also provide support through trained vol
|20 Sep 2001||Phoenix Dance Company
Recovery Programme (Implementing a Recovery Plan)
|£593,176||Arts Council England|
|5 Sep 2001||South Asian Arts UK
|£51,186||Arts Council England|
|29 Aug 2001||Leeds Photographic Society
LPS Sesquicentenial celebration
|£8,000||Arts Council England|
|29 Aug 2001||Audiences Yorkshire
|£8,300||Arts Council England|
|1 Aug 2001||Lifeforce Productions
|£17,500||Arts Council England|
|27 Jul 2001||Family Fun Scheme
This Family Fun Scheme Is Unique In Leeds And Provides Advice, Support & Quality Play Opportunities For Families Of Children With Special Needs. The Award Will Be Used To Enable Children With Special Needs, Siblings & Parents/Carers To Give Their Views O
|£3,765||Arts Council England|
|27 Jul 2001||Leeds Society for Deaf and Blind People
This group provides social gatherings and trips out for residents of Otley who are deaf, partially sighted or blind. The award will be used to take the members on trips to various places of interest in Yorkshire.
|27 Jul 2001||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 to listen to music presentations. The award will be used for group lunches and coach trips.
|27 Jul 2001||Inbetweenies
This new group (May 01) offers a place for children between the ages of 1 and 3 to go and play safely with other children. It also provides a place for parents for friendship and fellowship. The award will be used to purchase start-up toys and equipment.
|27 Jul 2001||Earlsheaton Parents and Toddlers Group
This group provides facilities for parents and toddlers. The award will be used to purchase play and activity equipment, furtniture, arts and crafts equipment and other items to improve the facilities on offer.
|27 Jul 2001||Barneys Pre-School
This group provides a safe and fun learning environment for children aged 2 and a half to 5. The award will be used to pay for balancing equipment, a printer and storage cabinet, special needs equipment and staff training.
|27 Jul 2001||Northcall
This group provides a meeting place (drop-in-cafe) for the local community, and provides recreational and educational sessions. The award will be used to hold a gala to celebrate the group's first year.
|27 Jul 2001||36th Leeds (St. Paul's) Guides
This group provides activities for girls to plan and carry out for personal development. The project is to purchase various equipment for camping.
|27 Jul 2001||Morley Summer Special Needs Playscheme
This group provides a range of activities including day trips for children with special needs. The award will pay for four day trips and a visit from a local entertainer.
|27 Jul 2001||Cottingley Community Centre
This group provides a focus for community action and activity such as adult education classes, youth club and bingo. The award will be used to refurbish and refurnish a room in the centre which will be used by local voluntary groups as a meeting room. It
|27 Jul 2001||20th Batley St Thomas' Scout Group
This scout group will use the award to purchase camping equipment to replace existing ones which are beyond repair. It also wishes to purchase additional equipment to accommodate its fast growing group which also includes girls.
|27 Jul 2001||3rd Garforth Guide Company
This guide unit will use the award to allow the guides to experience patrol cooking in a camp environment. The guides will plan and budget their own camp menus, prepare their own shopping lists, buy their own shopping as well as prepare, cook, eat and cle
|27 Jul 2001||HMS Aubrietia Fund
This Group Is To Celebrate The 60th Anniversary Of The Hms, Which Was Adopted By Residents Of Horsforth (1941) After Raising -ú241k In Ww2. The Award Will Be Used To Produce An Educational Pack For Local Primary Schools To Raise Awareness. A Commemoration
|£1,750||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Jul 2001||Wetherby Adult Training Centre Parents, Staff & Friends Asso
This group runs a Sport Ability club where people can play table top games and participate in new image rugby competitions, cricket competitions, football and various other sporting activities. The award will be used to further develop the table top games
|27 Jul 2001||St Anthony's Catholic Primary School
This School'S Project Is To Promote And Develop Mini Basketball Facilities For Use In The School And For Extra Curricular Activities.
|27 Jul 2001||West Yorkshire Schools Football Association
"This Group Provides Football Opportunities For Girls And Boys In The West Yorkshire Area Either Through Inter Association And League Fixtures For U16 Girls & Boys, And U19 Boys. The Award Will Be Used To Continue To Fund Development Of Girls Football In
|27 Jul 2001||Horsforth Dynamos Football Club
"This club will use the award to extend its club to provide provisions for girls football, as well as to organise a tournament for existing club members, girls and young people with disabilities."