Lottery grants awarded to Sheffield in 1999

170 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Dec 1999 Sheffield City Council

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

£106,014 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Sheffield City Council

Sheffield City Council

£146,631 New Opportunities Fund
30 Dec 1999 Sheffield City Council

Bradfield School will provide a bouldering room to teach pupils climbing skills as well as mapping the grounds of the school to provide an orienteering course.

£17,555 New Opportunities Fund
21 Dec 1999 Open Performance Centre

Performance Link

£8,094 Arts Council England
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Trust

Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Trust

£811,456 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital 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.

£41,472 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital 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.

£43,848 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital 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.

£53,620 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Trust

New 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.

£1,067,700 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital 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.

£782,539 New Opportunities Fund
20 Dec 1999 Sheffield Teaching Hospital 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.

£847,987 New Opportunities Fund
16 Dec 1999 Mass Art Group

The Project Will Enable The Group To Publicise Around The Region An Exhibition Being Held In March 2000. The Award Will Pay For Publication, Publicity And Advertising, Invigilation And Documentation.

£1,735 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Sheffield Popular Arts

The Project Will Enable The Group To Perform An Original Community Play That Explores Social, Economic And Ecological Issues. The Award Will Pay For A Musical Director'S Fees To Work With The Group, Materials For Set Construction, Costumes And Hire Of Med

£3,000 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Interstellar

The Project Will Enable The Group To Stage An Exhibition Involving A Number Of Artists From The Region. The Award Will Pay For Publicity Costs, Rent, Training, Art Materials, Workshop Costs And Insurance.

£2,600 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Turner Museum Of Glass

Glass art residency with Keiko Mukaide

£5,000 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Signposts (Sheffield Writing Development Project)

Writer in residence with Radio Sheffield

£7,500 Arts Council England
16 Dec 1999 Crystal Peaks Womens Group

The project will enable the group to purchase materials in order to extend the social and creative activities it provides for older women. The award will apy for arts and craft equipment.

£575 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Margate Drive Tenants and Residents Association

This project will update the groups facilities. The award will pay for computer and office equipment, window bars and locks.

£1,455 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Tree Tops Gateway Social Club

The project will enable the group to provide weekly trips and activities for people with learning disabilities. The award will pay for trips, Christmas celebrations and theatre visit.

£2,183 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Oxspring Pre-School

This project will enable the group to purchase new equipment for the benefit of the children. The award will pay for play equipment, arts materials, bikes and a computer.

£2,228 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Hobaan Mothers Group

The project will enable this group of Somali mothers to extend their activities with sewing and embroidery classes. The award will pay for rent, sewing machines, accessories, stationery, transport and storage space.

£2,663 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Sunnymeade Community Cafi

The project will enable the cafe to improve the facilities it offers people with learning disabilities. The award will pay for a wheelchair, kitchen equipment, hi-fi and karaoke machine.

£984 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Action for Stannington

The project will enable this new environment and conservation group to purchase start up equipment. The award will pay for a trailer, litterpickers, gloves, room hire and publicity.

£1,251 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Croft House Settlement

The project will enable the group to upgrade their premises making them more accessible and attractive to a wider range of users. The award will pay for refurbishment costs.

£4,876 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Gleadless Valley Community Forum

The project will enable the group to establish an accessible office for all members of the forum. The award will pay for computer and office equipment, stationery, volunteer expenses and training for management and committee.

£4,427 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Foxhill And District Community Association

The project will enable the group to refurbish one of their community rooms into a non-smoking room for the children to use and also to have more activities. The award will pay for refurbishment costs, trips and costs towards a community celebration.

£4,116 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Sheffield Adult Branch of British Diabetic Assoc.

The project will enable the group to set up an office environment, make it possible for people to attend a conference and purchase educational information. The award will pay for office equipment, accommodation and travel expenses, textbooks and distribut

£4,393 Community Fund
16 Dec 1999 Sheffield Cine & Video Club

The project will enable the group to do a public presentation of films and video's produced by the club over the last fifty years. The award will pay for hire, advertising and production costs.

£953 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Dec 1999 Ranmoor Society

The project will enable the group to produce information about the history of the area which will be exhibited and archived. The award will pay for photocopying, printing, software and exhibition materials.

£2,459 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Dec 1999 Black Arts Theatre & Cultural Collective (BATACC)

The project will enable the group to run workshops and exhibitions in Black art and culture for a festival in August 2000. The award will pay for exhibition and workshop costs, publicity, artists fees, hire of venues and transport costs.

£5,000 Millennium Commission
16 Dec 1999 Sheffield Rounders Centre

The project will enable the group to launch their scheme by hiring qualified coaches and facilities and by buying equipment and kits. The award will pay for equipment kits admin and transport costs hire of facilities and fees for coaching sessions.

£1,010 Sport England
16 Dec 1999 Sheffield Canoe Club

The project will enable the club to encourage more individuals and groups to use their facilities. The award will pay for canoe equipment and storage facilities.

£3,900 Sport England
15 Dec 1999 Juju Club

World Music for the Future

£30,000 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 Yorkshire Art Space Society

Stage 3: Permanent new base

£3,832,916 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 Site Gallery (M,A,P)

Backstory

£26,827 Arts Council England
14 Dec 1999 Arteamus

This group wishes to purchase a piece of equipment to enhance the work of the group. They exist to identify and record previously unknown archaeological features, field walking to identify areas of prehistoric activity and undertaking voluntary work to pr

£3,349 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 Hemsworth Out of School Club

The grant will be used to set up a 24 place after-school club for children aged 3-11. Schools served will be Hemsworth Primary and Herding Primary.

£17,424 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Woodseats Out of School Club

The grant will be used to set up a 16 place after-school club for 3-11 year olds in the urban area of Woodseats, Sheffield. Schools served will be Woodseats Nursery, Junior and Infant Schools.

£14,069 New Opportunities Fund
8 Dec 1999 Community Media Association

The Community Media Association is working with 24 local community media organisations throughout the UK to deliver a 3 year Award scheme which will enable 225 individuals to make a short film radio or Internet production about an issue or concern relevan

£938,419 Millennium Commission
26 Nov 1999 Forum House Ltd

The project is to refurbish a disused building as a multi-cultural community centre. The centre will offer office space for existing multi-cultural organisations, theatre or cinema space, conference meeting facilities, training rooms and a research unit.

£274,815 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Heeley Development Trust

The project will develop and extend an existing local regeneration partnership working with local people to address problems caused by high unemployment and poverty. The grant, over three years, will pay for salaries, general running costs, small empoweri

£259,977 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Sheffield Mind Limited

The project will provide mentoring support to help people with mental health problems and their carers gain and maintain employment. The grant, over three years, will pay for three staff posts, clinical supervision and running costs, producing information

£122,851 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Green City Action

This project will build on work already funded by the National Lottery Charities Board, continuing to initiate and support environmental projects and manage borrowing schemes for tools and toys. The activities will be expanded to target people from the S

£117,803 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Sheffield Carers Centre

The project is to involve carers from the local Yemeni community in talking about their experiences as carers and to participate in the production of an illustrated book. The book launch will be accompanied by readings in English and Yemeni. The grant wil

£5,470 Community Fund
26 Nov 1999 Pakistan Muslim Centre

The project is to continue a successful homework support project for secondary school children of ethnic minority origin and to expand the work into primary schools. The grant, over three years, will pay for office equipment, salaries of two full time w

£104,637 Community Fund
16 Nov 1999 Disruptive Element Films

Shadowscan' (aka.'Allah Don't Want Me For A Sunbeam')

£40,000 Arts Council England
15 Nov 1999 Sheffield Galleries And Museums Trust

Commissioned Glass Artwork

£50,000 Arts Council England
29 Oct 1999 Oughtibridge Millennium Committee

The Project Will Enable The Group To Create A Sculpture. The Grant Will Pay For The Sculptor'S Fees.

£4,000 Arts Council England
29 Oct 1999 UTK

The Project Will Enable The Group To Create A Short Term Loan Scheme Matching Both Individuals And Institutions To Works Of Contemporary Arts. The Grant Will Pay For Publicity, Artwork Loan Fees, Insurance And Curatorial And Workshop Fees.

£5,000 Arts Council England
29 Oct 1999 Sheffield Deaf, Sports And Social Club

The project will enable the group to administrate its work effectively and teach its members computer skills. The grant will pay for computer and office equipment.

£2,117 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 The M.E. Association Sheffield and South Yorkshire Group

The project will enable the services of the association to be publicised across the region and to expand its services to a monthly group meeting and bi-monthly newsletter. The grant will pay for the production of a newsletter, speakers, volunteer expenses

£2,100 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 Depression Alliance - Sheffield

The project will enable the group to publish their own magazine, newsletter, brochure and leaflets and to access the internet for valuable information in order to raise awareness of mental health issues. The grant will pay for computer package.

£1,478 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 Lowedges Community & Safety Forum

The project will enable the group to engage a wider cross-section of the community as active members and volunteers. Local people will be able to contribute to local regeneration through the delivery of new projects concerning community safety and educat

£4,250 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 The Sheffield Club for the Hard of Hearing

The project will enable the group to purchase equipment to assist them with the information and support they give to their members. The grant will pay for an overhead projector, publicity and social activities.

£500 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 Stannington Local History Group

The project will enable the group to publish a local history book for the Millennium and also purchase materials for their exhibitions. The grant will pay for publishing costs and exhibition equipment.

£3,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Oct 1999 Hillaac Housing Association

The project will enable the group to celebrate a refugee day for all Somali refugees in the area. The grant will pay for hire costs transportation hire of performers creche facilities and consumables.

£4,600 Millennium Commission
29 Oct 1999 Sheffield & District Amateur Swimming Association

The project is a centenary swimming festival. The grant will pay for pool hire and publicity.

£3,120 Sport England
29 Oct 1999 Castle Table Tennis Club

The project will enable the group to increase the skills of its members. The grant will pay for volunteer expenses coaching costs and equipment.

£3,040 Sport England
20 Oct 1999 Handsworth Community Nursery

The grant will be used to create 8 after school and 8 holiday places for children aged 3 - 11. The schools served will be Athelstan Primary School, Ballifield Primary School and St Joseph's RC Primary School.

£4,509 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Appletree Nursery

The grant will be used to set up a term-time after-school club of 24 places for children between 3 - 11 in Chapeltown, a neighbouring suburb. Schools served will be Windmill Hill Primary, Colt Primary, Lound Infant and Junior schools.

£7,200 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Steel Valley Community Partnership Limited

The grant will be used to set up a before and after school club each offering 40 places to children aged 5-11 years. The project will be in an isolated rural suburb of Sheffield. Schools served will be Stocksbridge Nursery/Junior School and 3 others.

£21,091 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Norfolk Park Playwork Alliance

The grant will be used to set up a 24 place holiday scheme for children aged 5 - 14. Schools served will be Bluestone Primary, Manor Lodge Primary and Arbourthorne Primary.

£13,989 New Opportunities Fund
20 Oct 1999 Playschemes, Activities and Recreation for Kids Ltd

The grant will be used to provide an additional 32 holiday places and to set up a 36 place after school club for children aged 3-14 years. The project will be situated in a suburb of Sheffield. Schools served will be Hillsborough First, Malin Bridge Firs

£23,387 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 1999 Speedome Limited

New Snowboarding Facility Sheffield Ski Village

£186,300 Sport England
15 Oct 1999 Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust

Tate Partnership Scheme - Sheffield

£31,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Sep 1999 Home-Start Sheffield

The project will develop the existing service which provides volunteering opportunities to support families at home with children under five. The grant, over three years, will contribute to salary costs of two staff, running costs, producing information

£115,950 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Wybourn Youth Trust

The project is to expand the core staff team and increase service provision and outreach activities for young people and adults in the area. The grant, over three years, will pay for salaries of two full time and two part time workers, recruitment cost

£85,235 Community Fund
30 Sep 1999 Sheffield Black and Ethnic Minorities Drugs Project

The project is to establish a dedicated outreach service and an information, advice and support service for partners and friends of drug misusers for the Yemeni Community. The grant, over two years, will pay for one full time salary, general running cos

£48,896 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Sheffield Music School

This Project Will Produce A Special Millennium Project Enabling Children To Develop Their Musical Skills. The Grant Will Pay For Development Workshops, Hire Of Concert Hall And Publicity.

£3,870 Arts Council England
20 Sep 1999 BME Training & Enterprise Company

This project will enable the group to support the Somali community in finding employment and health education. The grant will pay for office equipment and business plans.

£4,989 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Bangladeshi Citizens Neighbourhood Welfare Project

The project will enable the group to develop a range of activities. The grant will pay for start up costs and decorating.

£2,800 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Parson Cross Community Projects

The project will enable the group to extend its services. The grant will pay for a stairlift, a photocopier, a boiler and a fold up wheelchair.

£4,920 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Buntland Community Care Group

The project will enable the group to expand their activities and to provide a professional and efficient service to its users. The grant will pay for office equipment, furniture and training fees.

£5,000 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Harbrig Social Club

The project will enable the group to extend their social activities. The grant will pay for a social outing for tenants and a pool table.

£2,100 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Sheffield (Scottish) Piper's Association

This project will enable the group to offer visual improvement to entertain the general public and enncourage new members. The grant will pay for new uniforms.

£3,180 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Grenoside Young At Heart And Age Well Group

The project will enable the group to extend their social activities. The grant will pay for group outings and a dance.

£998 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Marlcliffe School Community Link

The project will enable the group to increase its activities in the community. The grant will pay for computer equipment, technician support and stationery.

£4,843 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 The St Phillips Road/Lane Community Gardening Project

This project will enable the group to start up a community gardening project. The grant will pay for tools, volunteer expenses and insurance

£3,283 Community Fund
20 Sep 1999 Propaganda Records

The project will be to set up a small community record label aimed at helping people who would otherwise not have been able to develop their artistic talents, due to the difficulty and cost of access to resources. The grant will pay for recording and dist

£4,832 Millennium Commission
20 Sep 1999 Chile: Sports Culture And Development Association

This project will enable the group to improve young people's organisational skills and contribution to wider community activities. The grant will pay for the hire of a sports hall sports equipment volunteer training and insurance.

£2,876 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Pro Socker Puma J.F.C

This project would enable the group to encourage young people to play football. The grant will pay for football equipment.

£2,475 Sport England
20 Sep 1999 Sheffield Junior Steelers Wheelchair Basketball Club

This project will enable the group to conduct a roadshow undertake outreach work encourage participation and develop organisational/leadership skills. The grant will pay for manual sports wheelchairs.

£4,932 Sport England
1 Sep 1999 Sheffield

Sheffield

£1,543,359 New Opportunities Fund
28 Jul 1999 Football Unites, Racism Divides Educational Trust

The project will develop and promote an anti-racist education programme targetting young people through the medium of football. The grant, over three years, will be used to fund three staff salaries, volunteer costs, running costs, producing information a

£167,751 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Manor Community Childcare Centre Limited

A new Community Childcare Centre will be established to offer childcare and related support services. The one year grant will contribute towards building construction and fund fixtures and fittings.

£120,000 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Mama East African Women's Group

The project will train volunteers to work on a mentoring programme for Somali women aged 14-25 years. The grant, over three years, will fund office equipment, staff costs of a Co-ordinator, Admin worker and freelance workers, running costs, educational ma

£151,019 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Haven House Project

The project will enable the organisation to develop training and play activities for women and children in the refuge and to improve advice services. The three year grant will fund computer and play equipment, salaries for two full time and two part time

£223,059 Community Fund
28 Jul 1999 Yemeni Refugee Organisation

The project will strengthen the work of a refugee self-help group by employing two skilled workers to offer advice, support and translation/interpretation services to Yemeni refugees in the Sheffield area. The grant will pay for two part-time workers and

£109,882 Community Fund
12 Jul 1999 WY2SKY

64 new childcare places will be created with this grant (40 after school and 24 holiday places) in Birmingham. The schools served will be Wybourn Community Primary School, Manor Lodge Primary School, St Oswalds RC Primary School and St Johns CE Primary Sc

£30,527 New Opportunities Fund
12 Jul 1999 Krafty Kids

The grant will be used to extend the existing provision by providing a further 16 holiday places based at Green Hill Primary School, and 16 after school places based at Intake Primary School. The project will serve Greenhill, Intake, Lowedges and Gleadle

£12,659 New Opportunities Fund
22 Jun 1999 Lifesize Pictures

Better or Worse

£19,982 Arts Council England
15 Jun 1999 Friday Development Group

This group helps with parenting skills as well as providing a playgroup. The grant will pay for a camcorder, toys, educational games and outdoor activities.

£2,956 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Burngreave Vestry Hall Trust

This group is campaigning for the renovation of a Grade II listed building with the intention of securing it for community use. The grant will pay for architect's fees for planning permission, volunteer expenses and publicity.

£4,910 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Wordsworth Avenue Agewell Dance Group

This group provides dance activites for the over sixties. The grant will pay for refreshments, Christmas lunch, compact disc player, amplifier and music.

£1,459 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Cosy Corner Lunch Club

This group provides weekly lunches for local elderly people with a disabilities. The grant will pay for coach hire, accommodation, travel pass and refreshments for a five day trip.

£3,968 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Mather Road Mother & Toddler

This group provides a safe place for children under five years old to play and their parents to meet. The grant will pay for a day trip to Twycross zoo including entrance fees and meals for the children.

£500 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Margetson & District Tenants & Residents Association

This group provides an advice and information centre where members of the community can drop in with any problems. The grant will pay for a computer, phone line, furniture and other office equipment.

£2,270 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Family Support Group

This group organises activities for children with learning disabilities. The grant will pay for makaton sign language teaching fees, room hire, training manuals, refreshments, advertising, stationery and postage.

£518 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Burngreave At Leisure

This group provides practical assistance to small groups that are engaged in physical activity to improve health in the area. They provide information on coaches, equipment and venues. The grant will pay for display boards, games and equipment.

£1,687 Community Fund
15 Jun 1999 Brambles Resource Centre

This group provides meeting and office space for local community groups. They give advice and information and training on co-operatives, organic growing, environmental issues, LETS and credit unions. The grant will pay for equipment, books, display mater

£3,794 Community Fund