59 matching grants found.
|8 Dec 2000||English Heritage
Whitby Abbey Banqueting Hall North Entrance Courts
|£242,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2000||Priory View RDA
This group takes disabled people horse riding and carriage driving. The project is to purchase equipment for the continuing benefit and enhancement of the group's activities. electric fence plus gate, sanitop toilet & fittings, saddles, carriage and brid
|30 Nov 2000||Seamer Heritage & Research Project 2000
This group provides activities that raise awareness of the local history and the interest to the wider community. The village of Seamer is rich in archaeological remains, one of which is the Manor House. The project is to carry out an archaeological study
|£3,878||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|30 Nov 2000||Scarborough RUFC Mini and Junior Rugby
This new group wishes to continue the work of the mini rugby section of the club in providing the opportunity for children to play rugby. They plan to organise and run new teams at U16 and U14 levels. travel to games 2 sets of shirts training equipment
|25 Oct 2000||Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society
Archive and Book Cataloguing Project - Whitby Literary and Philosophical Sociey
|£41,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Oct 2000||The Endeavour Fun Club
The grant will be used to create 6 before, 6 after-school and 6 holiday places for children aged 5-11 years old in Whitby, North Yorkshire. Schools served will be Airey Hill, West Cliff and East Whitby C.P schools.
|£2,850||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Oct 2000||Scarborough Borough Council
Hutton Buscel Steeple Cup - Acquisition
|£60,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Oct 2000||Loftus Dolphins Amateur Swimming Club
The group promotes and provides coaching for swimming. The grant will enable them to hire a pool for taster sessions and publicise their activities aswell as train volunteers to increase the skill of their current members and safely allow increased number
|27 Sep 2000||Scarborough U3A
This group provides educational and cultural courses for people over 50 who are unwaged. The award will be used by the group to improve the quality of the materials, the range of courses and the learning environment offered to students,
|27 Sep 2000||Seamer Nursery Association of Parents and Partners
This new group organises events for children and their families, to raise funds for activities and equipment. The project is to ensure good quality social and educational development for the children by purchasing computer and play equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Hinderwell Village Hall
This group provides a community facility for the use of the parish residents and people from surrounding villages for social, educational and sporting activities and will use the award to purchase a much needed storage facility adjacent to the hall.
|27 Sep 2000||Filey Underwater Research Unit
This group provides research for, and seeks to positively identify the wreck of the American Flagship, the BonHomme Richard that was sunk in the Battle of Filey Bay in 1779. The group will use the award to purchase equipment to assist them with their aim.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||North York Moors National Park Authority
Staithes Townscape Heritage Initiative
|£210,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|27 Sep 2000||Whitby Musicport Ltd
This group will use the award to celebrate the millennium through a weekend of world music with an associated programme of workshops, involving schools and the wider community.
|27 Sep 2000||Eastfield Boxing Association
This group provides boxing and fitness training for young people. The award will be used to purchase essential equipment.
|27 Sep 2000||Scarborough & District RLDA
The award will enable the group to purchase kit and equipment for various childrens' teams. This will also enable the group to facilitate an earlier introduction to the game for young children between the ages of eight and ten years.
|27 Sep 2000||Yorkshire Ladies' County Golf Association
"This group wishes to undertake a programme of activities for juniors. The award will pay for coaches fees, coaching courses, junior equipment, advertising, and transport."
|27 Sep 2000||Hinderwell Tennis and Multi Sports Club
This group provides tennis 5-a-side football and netball facilities. They will use the award to purchase equipment and provide coaching.
|9 Sep 2000||Knowledge Base (UK) Ltd
Knowledge Base (UK) Ltd
|£214,547||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 Aug 2000||Wykeham & Ruston Millennium Project
WYKEHAM AND RUSTON MILLENNIUM PROJECT
|£9,351||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Aug 2000||Captain Cook Memorial Museum
Walkers House Cottage and Yard, Whitby - Restoration
|£347,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Jul 2000||Scarborough Borough Council
Sensory Garden, Woodend Museum
|£18,193||Arts Council England|
|10 Jul 2000||British Steel Teesside Band
Purchase of new instruments
|£30,600||Arts Council England|
|4 Jul 2000||Home And Dry
Development of a successful foyer project providing support and advice to young homeless people and low cost meals in a cafe. The project helps young people to gain independence by supporting them across a wide range of areas including accommodation, job
|29 Jun 2000||Crossfade Community Theatre
This Group Is Committed To Performing Original Works By Writers From The Local Area. The Award Will Fund A Musical And Additional Staging.
|£2,350||Arts Council England|
|29 Jun 2000||DIY Collective
This New Group Aims To Compliment The Work Of Scarborough Festival Of Youth Arts In Promoting Artistic Activities With Young People Aged 10 - 30.
|£4,970||Arts Council England|
|29 Jun 2000||Eskdale Festival of the Arts
The Award Will Enable The Group To Run A Free Workshop For Local Villagers. It Will Pay For Hire Of The Venue, Fees For Workshop Leaders And Publicity.
|£3,090||Arts Council England|
|29 Jun 2000||The Guide Association - Scarborough West Division
They have been awarded to purchase equipment for a joint guide and scout millennium camp.
|29 Jun 2000||York Fencing Club
This group promotes interest in fencing amongst its members provides facilities to meet member's interest in fencing. The project to provide better equipped fencing classes for beginners and advanced fencers.
|20 Jun 2000||Scarborough Borough Council
Residency in mobile library van
|£2,560||Arts Council England|
|20 Jun 2000||Create
|£6,000||Arts Council England|
|16 Jun 2000||Childhaven Care Service
The grant will be used to create 24 before-school, 24 after-school and 24 holiday places for children aged 3-8 years old in Scarborough. Schools served will be Childhaven Nursery, Gladstones Infant School and Northstead C.P, Wheatcroft C.P, Newby C.P an
|£12,704||New Opportunities Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Kids & Co. (Scarborough) Ltd.
The grant will be used to set up a 24 place breakfast club, 24 place after-school club and a 24 place holiday club for children aged 3-4 years old in Scarborough. Schools served will be Greenhedges Nursery, Wheatcroft C.P School and St. Martins C.E Schoo
|£12,563||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Jun 2000||Whitby Literary & Philosophical Society
Whitby Museum Building Extension
|£841,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Moor and Coast Festival
The Award Will Be Used To Provide Street Theatre And A Dance Team During The Festival For The General Public To Enjoy.
|£4,000||Arts Council England|
|10 Apr 2000||Burniston and Cloughton Pre-school Playgroup
This registered charity will use their award to develop a library area, musical awareness, and to ensure safety of the children at play.
|10 Apr 2000||Scarborough and District Association of Widows
This group provides social activities for widows. The award will be used to take members on a day trip to a museum including a meal and then go to see a pantomime.
|10 Apr 2000||Lythe Parish Millennium Steering Committee
This group will produce a historical record of its parish and will be involved in supporting other activities in the community throughout the year 2000. The award will pay for stationery, printing & questionnaires, postage, typing up the draft of parish h
|£3,254||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Whitby Endeavour Guides Association
This group have been awarded to organising a pageant involving local school children and other community activities with a maritime theme to celebrate 'Endeavour Day'.
|£4,750||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Hunmanby Millennium Celebrations Group
This group working alongside the local history group have been awarded to form a millennium village trail to celebrate the heritage of the local area.
|£2,240||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Apr 2000||Whitby Friendship Amateur Rowing Club
This group wishes to introduce slide seat river rowing to Whitby to allow youngsters to travel to inland events. The award will pay for oars riggers seats and life jackets.
|7 Apr 2000||Scarborough and District MENCAP
The project will extend existing NLCB funded work providing a day care service for adults with learning disabilities. The grant, over three years, will fund the salaries of four full time workers, general running costs, training, travel and a budget to a
|18 Feb 2000||Scalby School
Scalby School and the Community Education Service already operate a small scale programme of out of school activities. NOF funding would be used to develop and extend this provision.
|£9,420||New Opportunities Fund|
|14 Feb 2000||Jigsaw's Community Childcare Project
The grant will be used to set up 16 before, after school and holiday places, all integrated places, for children aged 3-7 in the Scarborough area. Schools served will be Hinderwell C P, Wheatcroft and Gladstone Road schools.
|£6,760||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Feb 2000||Early Education Scarborough & District Branch
This group will develop high quality education and training opportunities to support providers of all services for young children by hosting a millennium conference using a multicultural arts theme. The award will help the group to carry out this activit
|10 Feb 2000||Whitby Activities Learning & Education In Retirement
The award will enable the group to buy computer & projector equipment and a TV & video.
|10 Feb 2000||Eskdaleside-Cum-Ugglebarnby Parish Council
This group provides general parish council duties to maintain standards within the parish. They will use their award to set up a beacon on the site of the original Roman beacon, complete with a stone and engraved plinth.
|10 Feb 2000||Danby Village Millennium Project
This group was established with the specific objective of achieving a suitable millennium event. They will use their award to create and publish a definitive village Doomsday type book, recording the lifestyle, employment, history and interests of the res
|10 Feb 2000||Scarborough Hockey Club
The club will use the award to further the development of the hockey club. The award will pay for goal posts nets backboards goalkeeping equipment helmet contribution to coaching and umpiring courses and a millennium coaching day.
|10 Feb 2000||Runswick Bay Beach Sailing Club
This sailing club provides training in and competitive sailing. The award will be used to purchase new sailing equipment.
|10 Feb 2000||Lisvane Gymnastics Club
This group provides gymnastics training for women and girls. The award will enable this relatively new group to purchase essential equipment.
|1 Feb 2000||Scalby School
The project will develop and extend its existing programme out of school hours activities in Scalby School.
|£48,946||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 Jan 2000||St. Mary's Lodge Tenants Association
The project will enable the group to purchase garden furniture. The award will pay for a garden table, chairs, bench and umbrellas.
|3 Jan 2000||Wreyfield Drive Pre School
The project will enable the group to provide places for children whose parents cannot afford to pay. The award will pay for 5 free places per day, 4 days a week for 26 weeks.
|3 Jan 2000||Scarborough Sea Cadet Corps
The project will enable the group to conduct a feasibility study into the purchase of premises to be undertaken. The award will pay for a structural survey of proposed property.
|3 Jan 2000||Scarborough Anglo-Filipino Association
The project will enable the group to hold a cultural show to promote friendship, self-awareness and to attract more people from different parts of Yorkshire. The award will pay towards the cost of 2 days Barrio Fiesta and 1 night's entertainment, decorati
|3 Jan 2000||Eskdale Jets
The project will enable the group to improve its basketball facilities provide transport register in local and national leagues and provide training courses for coaches and referees. The award will pay for basketball equipment travel registration fees
|3 Jan 2000||Eskdale Tennis Club (School)
The project will enable the group to further develop its club in an area where there are no other tennis facilities and to encourage a love of the game whether socially or competitively. The award will pay for professional coaching for members 4 nets and
|3 Jan 2000||Scarborough and District McCain Table Tennis League
The project will enable the group to open opportunities for new players disabled players and have advanced coaching for people of high ability. The award will pay for coaching courses