Lottery grants awarded to Leeds in 1999

173 matching grants found.

Showing 100 results per page.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Leeds City Council

This development grant will fund strategic planning to assist the capital funding scheme.

£91,166 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Opera North

Recovery Programme (Developing a Recovery Plan)

£3,503,000 Arts Council England
20 Dec 1999 Leeds Museums & Galleries

Ede, Life of Gaudier-Brzeska - Acquisition

£110,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Ultrasound. The machine uses high frequency sound waves which are bounced off tissues to produce an image helping to locate tumours within the body.

£26,250 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement Linear Accelerator. Linear Accelerators are routinely used by clinical oncologists and play a vital role in the treatment of cancer. The machines generate high-energy radiation beams which are precisely targeted at the tumour.

£824,237 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

£644,651 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

£81,386 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£63,694 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Replacement X-ray equipment. Mammography units are specifically designed x-ray equipment which are used to provide imaging of breast tissue. They can be used on a fixed site or to improve availability for patients in a purpose-built trailer.

£45,413 New Opportunities Fund
16 Dec 1999 Take 6 Theatre Company

The Project Will Enable The Group To Stage An Open Air Production Bringing Together Trained Actors And Students Interested In Pursuing A Future In The Arts. The Award Will Pay For Artists' Fees, Insurance, Rehearsal Space And Publicity Costs.

£5,000 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 The Brahm Gallery

The Project Will Enable The Group To Research Three New Slots For The Millennium That Have The Potential To Be A Permanent Part Of The Programme. The Award Will Pay For Research Costs, Travel, Display And Artist Fees.

£2,300 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Leeds Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann

The Project Will Enable The Group To Run Workshops For Music, Singing, Dancing Master Classes, Exhibitions And A Grand Ceili Night. The Award Will Pay For A Second Hand Piano, Publicity Costs, An Amplification System, Teachers For Workshops And A Ceili Ba

£5,000 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Leeds Met. University Gallery & Studio Theatre

Site specific residency with LMU Gallery & Theatre

£7,500 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Harewood House Trust

Residency at Harewood House with Sophie Benson

£4,500 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Groundwork Leeds

Residency in Holbeck Towers

£8,500 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Alan Pergusey

Residency at Whinburn Pupil Referral Unit

£2,000 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Seacroft United Motor Project

The project will enable the group to teach new skills to young people in building, maintaining and racing motorcycles. The award will pay for safety equipment, transport costs, insurance, tools and repair costs.

£4,350 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Cygnets Playgroup

The project will enable the group to improve its facilities and provide children with new learning experiences. The award will pay for outdoor shed and toys, table top toys, craft equipment and multicultural toys.

£1,000 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 The Jamaica Society (Leeds)

The project will enable the group to promote education through the arts by a cultural exchange of song, dance and practical workshops over three events. The award will pay for publicity material, events and production costs, equipment and artists fees.

£5,000 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Good Companions Club

This project will enable group to extend the activities it offers older people. The award will pay for coach hire, camera, books, games, bingo machine and stationery.

£1,600 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Morley Elderly Action

The project will enable the group to carry out gardening work for 100 older people in the community. The award will pay for labour and clearance costs.

£3,400 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 The Monday Group

The project will enable the group to improve its sound facilities and enable older people to go on an outing together. The award will pay for a music system, radio microphone, subsidy for coach trips, folding wheelchairs, large print books and a storage c

£1,970 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Rainbow Pre-School

The project will enable the group to purchase play resources. The award will pay for furniture and play equipment.

£2,190 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 The Meanwood Village Association

The project will enable the group to create a photographic record of life in Meanwood. The award will pay for films, processing, prints, indexing system, archives, exhibitions, publicity and expenses.

£3,253 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Bramley Sapphires Community Association

The project will enable this dance group to purchase new uniforms and travel to various events. The award will pay for uniforms and travel expenses.

£3,075 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 West Yorkshire African Group

The project will enable the group to provide support to people of African origin infected or affected by HIV or AIDS through a conference, newsletters and publicity. The award will pay for a conference, computer equipment, web design, training costs and s

£5,000 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Caring Together in Woodhouse and Little London

The project will enable the group to produce a video celebrating the lives of older local people by talking about the past and the future. The award will pay for video film and tapes, volunteer expenses, publicity material and costs towards the final cele

£675 Millennium Commission
16 Dec 1999 Leeds Irish Festival

The project will enable the group to host a festival in the Millennium. The award will pay for the hire of a marquee and children's entertainment.

£4,835 Millennium Commission
16 Dec 1999 Granby 2000

This project will enable group to stage a pageant to celebrate 2000 years of Headingley History and build a website on which Granby 2000 can be broadcast live via a radio camera link. The award will pay for registering and building a website, digital vide

£2,000 Millennium Commission
16 Dec 1999 North Leeds Bowling Club

The project will enable the group to erect a permanent external ramp for people with disabilities and the elderly as access to the green and pavilion. The award will pay for a permanent external ramp.

£2,932 Sport England
16 Dec 1999 Garforth Amateur Rugby League Club

The project will enable the group to improve the standard of their coaches and in so doing help introduce rugby into schools. B.A.R.L.A. coaching course fees and sports equipment.

£2,429 Sport England
16 Dec 1999 East Street Arts

The Project Will Enable The Group To Provide An Education And Audience Development Program, Working With Schools, After-School Groups And Youth And Community Groups. The Award Will Pay For The Education Worker'S Fees, Materials, Equipment, Publicity And T

£2,260 Arts Council England
15 Dec 1999 Leikin Loppu

Basking with Sharks

£24,400 Arts Council England
15 Dec 1999 Leeds Theatre Trust T/A West Yorkshire Playhouse

Singin' in the Rain

£21,665 Arts Council England
15 Dec 1999 Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah!

Slice of Life

£6,000 Arts Council England
10 Dec 1999 Krayola Kids Ltd

The grant will be used to set up a 24 place before, 24 place after-school club and a 32 place holiday club, creating a total of 80 childcare places for children aged 4-11. The project will be situated in Leeds. Schools served will be Lower Wortley Primar

£21,499 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 1999 West Yorkshire Playhouse

Celebrating Memories, West Yorkshire Playhouse

£69,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Dec 1999 Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council will offer 200 Awards to empower residents of Leeds to take the lead in building better neighbourhoods and more confident communities. Applicants are invited to identify concerns affecting their lives and those of local residents and to

£420,066 Millennium Commission
26 Nov 1999 Stop Hate UK

The project will build on a highly successful pilot project which will empower community members to report incidents of racial harassment and to initiate the development of a localised multi-agency support group. The grant, over three years, will be used

£115,121 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Leeds 12 Community Transport

This community transport group based in Armley, Leeds will replace their existing old minibus with a new one which incorporates access for people in wheelchairs. The grant will contribute towards the cost of a new vehicle with a rear tail lift.

£20,000 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Victim Support North East Leeds

The project will extend the existing activities of the organisation by providing an outreach support service to people who have experienced crime within the City, Hyde Park, Burley Woodhouse and Little London areas of Leeds. The grant, over three years,

£89,580 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Aireborough Voluntary Services to Elderly With Disabilities

This project will enable the expansion of the gardener/handyman service extending the service to more disabled elderly people. The project will also ensure the four Day Centres continue to open weekly throughout the year. The grant, over three years, wi

£95,045 Community Fund
23 Nov 1999 Corpus Christi Roman Catholic High School

This project will provide a wide range of clubs. Activities will include sports, arts, IT and training awareness courses such as drugs, teenage pregnancy, racism and unemployment.

£139,100 New Opportunities Fund
29 Oct 1999 Leeds Artists Network (L.A.N.)

The Project Will Enable The Group To Research Current Exchange Practices And Present The Results To An Open Forum. The Grant Will Pay For Research Costs, Publicity, Design Work, Documentation (Film And Video), Evaluation Reports And Speakers.

£2,350 Arts Council England
29 Oct 1999 Rothwell Artists

The Project Will Enable The Group To Use A Greater Variety Of Equipment And Materials In Order To Mount Exhibitions And Stage Field Trips. The Grant Will Pay For Arts Equipment, Training, Travel And Workshops/Exhibition Expenses.

£2,607 Arts Council England
29 Oct 1999 Kentmere Community Transport

The project will enable the group to make use of a minibus which will be available for all groups who use the Kentmere Community Centre. The grant will pay for insurance, service, MOT, safety checks and road tax.

£1,908 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 Wharfedale German Circle

The project will enable the group to have an international millennium event where members will join together to partake in various indoor and outdoor activities. The grant will pay for the hire of a bridge barn, a mini-bus and fuel and accommodation costs

£2,525 Millennium Commission
29 Oct 1999 Leeds County Guide Association (Archery Team)

This project will enable the group to provide archery as an outdoor activity. The grant will pay for archery equipment.

£2,712 Sport England
29 Oct 1999 Garforth Community Junior Badminton Club

The project will enable the group to improve its facilities provide first class coaching and help character building through residential visits and tournaments. The grant will pay for badminton equipment coaching and residential trips.

£2,300 Sport England
29 Oct 1999 Diamond Sport Juniors AFC

The project will enable the group to promote their work to schools to offer new sporting opportunities and qualified coaching sessions. The grant will pay for stationery sports equipment volunteer expenses and training.

£5,000 Sport England
29 Oct 1999 Cloth Cat Studios Limited

The project will enable the group to set up a community based recording studio and high quality recordings for bands, musicians and D.Js who are on low incomes. They will also run courses and mentoring programmes in how to use the latest in music technol

£5,000 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Little Firs Nursery School and Cedars Out of School Club

The grant will be used to create 15 before school, 15 after school and 16 holiday places, a total of 46 places, for children aged 3 - 11. The project will operate in an urban area and The school served will be Fir Tree Primary School.

£36,280 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 A Child's Place Ltd

The grant will be used to set up a new 24 place holiday playscheme for children aged 3-11 years in the Whitkirk area of Leeds. Schools served will be Whitkirk Primary, Temple Newsham Halton Primary and Colton Primary.

£5,892 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 The Cookridge Fun Time Club

The grant will be used to extend the existing provision by 16 places each and to set up a holiday club of 50 places, a total of 66 new places, for children 3 -14 years. The project will continue to operate in Cookridge, a suburb of Leeds. Schools served w

£31,346 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Kids First Out of School Care Ltd

The grant will provide 32 new childcare places (16 after school places and 16 holiday places) for children aged 11-14. The schools served will be Wigton Moor Primary, Shadwell Talbot, Kier Mackle, Leeds Girls/Grammar, Moorlands, Burley and Kirkstall.

£36,987 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 1999 White Rosettes

Purchase of staging

£7,989 Arts Council England
15 Oct 1999 Studio La Pointe

Interim Funding Scheme

£5,650 Arts Council of Wales
14 Oct 1999 University of Leeds

University of Leeds International Textiles Archive

£589,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Oct 1999 Harewood House Trust

Education at Harewood: New Ideas, New Audiences

£90,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Sep 1999 Leeds Women's Aid

The project provides an outreach service for African Caribbean women in Leeds. This includes self help groups, individual support, advocacy and developing links with education and training providers to increase placements for black women whilst also pro

£79,871 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 After Adoption Yorkshire

The project establishes an adoption support outreach project which will deliver the organisations current services across a wider geographic area, providing post adoption counselling and support services. The grant, over three years, will pay for office e

£130,019 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Global Balance Trust Limited

A community repaint scheme which collects good quality, leftover domestic paint from householders or trade decorators and re-distribute it free of charge to eligible sectors of the community i.e. local charities, voluntary and community organisations. The

£195,722 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Mary Seacole Halfway House

The project is to extend provision of the Night Workers service which ensures that hostel residents have support, advice and security day and night. The grant, over three years, covers part time salaries, recruitment, carpets and redecorating costs.

£129,423 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 The Market Place (Leeds Parish Church)

The project will continue to provide a free information, support and counselling service to young disaffected and disadvantaged people, operating from a base within Leeds City Centre. The grant, over three years, will pay the salary of one full time Proje

£89,194 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Shakespeare Primary School

This Is A Community Project With The Production Of Clay Tiles Representing Local Landmarks. The Grant Will Pay For Photographic Equipment, Installation And Production Costs.

£898 Arts Council England
20 Sep 1999 Unlimited Theatre Company

This Project Will Enable The Group To Deliver A Course Of Participatory Theatre Workshops For Residents Of Care Centres, Residential Homes And Other Community Groups. The Grant Will Pay For Workshop Preparation And Materials, Transport And Administration

£4,375 Arts Council England
20 Sep 1999 Burley Positive Mental Health Project

The project will enable the group to provide a quality counselling service to people on low or no income. The grant will pay for volunteer expenses and a computer package.

£2,990 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Belle Isle Women's Community Group

The project will enable the group to record the experiences and opinions of women from different generations. The grant will pay for audio equipment, an audio consultant and project co-ordinator.,

£1,620 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Kirkstall Village Community Association

The project will enable the group to group to produce a community development plan involving new projects and developing existing ones. The grant will pay for publicity and printing costs, venue expenses and facilitators.

£4,935 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Rothwell Footpath Group

The project will enable the group to extend its services. The grant will pay for musical equipment and production of a millennium walk booklet.

£1,000 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Mercury Movie Makers

The project will enable the group to produce films of suitable appeal to a wide range of audiences. The grant will pay for video recording and editing equipment.

£5,000 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Aberford Church of England Primary School

This project will create a clay plaque showing the story of the village. The grant will pay for an artist to work with children and art materials.

£1,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Sep 1999 Shadwell 2000

The project will enable the group to organise the Millennium celebrations for Shadwell and the surrounding area. The grant will pay for set up equipment costs and entertainment.

£4,920 Millennium Commission
20 Sep 1999 Kippax Welfare Football Club

This project will help people to enhance their skills and knowledge of the game. The grant will pay for ten coaches to attend the Football Association's coaching course.

£850 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Guiseley Rangers Amateur Rugby League Football Club

This project will enable the group to increase the number of teams in addition to the U8's and U9's. The grant will pay for rugby equipment.

£2,529 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Hunslet Amateur Rugby League Club (Hunslet Parkside)

This project will enable the group to increase the skills of coaches and young players. The grant will pay for rugby equipment retraining for 10 coaches and an outward bound training weekend.

£1,725 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Cookridge Junior Football Club

This project will enable the group to run a Millennium Junior Football Tournament. The grant will pay to develop the land adjacent to an existing cricket club into a Junior football pitch.

£5,000 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Cameron A.F.C.

This project will promote the club to attract local young people. The grant will pay for football and first aid equipment.

£515 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Leeds Tigers Basketball Club

"This project will enable the club to offer a wider range of centres in which to conduct its activities and stage an exhibition. The grant will pay for an electronic scoreboard, basketball equipment, court hire and fees for sessional coaches."

£3,968 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Oblong Ltd

The Project Will Help The Group Run An Open Access Resource Centre And Also Run Work Placement And Training Schemes For The Long Term Unemployed. The Grant Will Pay For Computer And Audio Equipment, Volunteer Expenses, Administration And Publicity.

£4,895 Arts Council England
1 Sep 1999 Leeds

Leeds

£2,246,209 New Opportunities Fund
26 Aug 1999 Studios La Pointe

3 Year Teacher Training & Performing Arts Diploma: 1998 - 2001

£69,188 Arts Council England
28 Jul 1999 Morley Elderly Action

The project will create a comprehensive volunteering scheme with the aim of offering a befriending/visiting service and bereavement support, together with a comprehensive handyperson service. The grant will pay for the cost of one full time salary, runnin

£78,500 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Leeds Women's Aid

Continuation funding for the post of Deputy Manager will enable Leeds Women's Aid to develop its volunteer scheme, encourage women residents to access education, develop new accredited courses for women who have experienced violence from men and work with

£100,687 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Leeds and Moortown Furniture Store

The project is to purchase a building which will give the organisation security and enable them to develop and expand their services to people on low incomes. This one year grant will pay for property purchase, refurbishment and professional fees.

£368,950 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 SKIPPKO Arts Team

The project continues and further develops a programme of creative community projects aimed specifically at a variety of disadvantaged groups on the themes of health, disability and environment. The grant, over three years, is for office equipment and a

£106,320 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Gipton Supported Independent Living

The project will refurbish and fully equip a building which will be used as a drop-in centre for single parent families. The building will have a workshop office space training an IT suite a garden and a safe play area for children. The project will

£105,802 Community Fund
19 Jul 1999 Leeds British Sub Aqua Club No.115.

"New RIB, trailer and equipment"

£9,600 Sport England
12 Jul 1999 Squirrels Holiday Club

The grant will be used to set up a 16-24 place holiday scheme to complement existing before and after school schemes. School served will be Ireland Wood Primary.

£7,200 New Opportunities Fund
12 Jul 1999 The Before & After School Club (Holy Trinity)

This grant will be used to set up a 16 place before and 16 place after school club for children aged 4 -11 in a suburb of Leeds. The school served will be Holy Trinity School.

£8,394 New Opportunities Fund
12 Jul 1999 The Play-Station

The grant will be used to provide 16 places in a holiday playscheme. The schools served will be Upper Wortley Primary, Lower Wortley Primary, Holy Family Primary, Armley Primary, Castleton Primary, St Bartholomew Primary, Whingate Primary.

£10,080 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jun 1999 St Benedict's Luncheon Club

This group provides a luncheon club as a place for elderly people to meet up and socialise. They also go on outings. The grant will pay for a Christmas pantomime, a meal out and day trips.

£500 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 The Garforth Historical Society

This group holds open monthly meetings on historical subjects, records local history and produces publications. Archives and documents are made available to school children and family history researchers upon request. The grant will pay for computer equip

£2,348 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Horsforth Old Peoples Minibus Fund

This group provides transport for elderly and young people in the area. The grant will pay for minibus adaptations.

£582 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Hyde Park Unity Day

This group provides a community festival celebrating the development, progress, and diversity of talents from the residents of Burley and Hyde Park. The grant will pay for project materials for workshops, computer, laminator and badge making machine.

£5,000 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 38th Leeds (Holy Name) Guide Company

This group gives girls the opportunity to participate in a wide range of outdoor activities. The grant will pay for camping equipment.

£4,209 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Holbeck Gala Committee

This group organises a community festival and a gala week. The grant will pay for the hire of equipment, entertainment, workshops and publicity.

£5,000 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 West Yorkshire Asbestos Action Group

This group provides practical help, advice and support to fellow workers, families and friends as well as raising awareness of asbestos related diseases. The grant will pay for a computer package, office stationery and equipment, the publication of leafle

£4,675 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Little Acorns (Ireland Wood Pre-School)

This group provides pre school children with the opportunity to play and learn in a safe environment. The grant will pay for play equipment and furniture.

£3,000 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Moor End Peoples Committee

This group is an independent advocacy group for people with learning disabilities. They have weekly meetings to provide support, share ideas and experiences as well as plan activities and events. The grant will pay for the organisation of a health event,

£3,200 Community Fund