Lottery grants awarded to Knottingley

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64 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
16 Feb 2017 Knottingley Angels

This project is out of school and holiday dance workshops for children and young people, culminating in a live performance at a local venue. This will provide positive, diversionary things to do, with the aim of reducing antisocial behaviour and raising aspirations.

£9,029 Big Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2016 De Lacy Academy

The school will provide extracurricular martial arts sessions for pupils with extreme behavioural issues and those with special educational needs. This will engage beneficiaries in a positive activity to reduce negative behaviour and improve their confidence and self-esteem.

£9,769 Big Lottery Fund
13 Sep 2016 Osgoldcross Forum Limited

The project will engage young people within their local community with a view to increasing involvement in community galas and projects, offering accredited training and activities over school holidays, including those with learning or physical disabilities. Workshops will be delivered to highlight issues around substance misuse and anti-social behaviour, emotional well-being, bullying, sexual health and mental health wellbeing.

£337,689 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2016 Knottingley St Botolphs C of E Academy

The school will use the funding to deliver fitness and dance classes which will be held during lunch breaks, before and after school. This will promote personal independence and social interaction with others, and will also improve health and fitness.

£9,391 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2016 Osgoldcross Forum Limited

The organisation will use the funding to deliver a series of activities, to include healthy eating, anti smoking and sexual wellbeing workshops, for young people in the community. This will provide beneficiaries with structured, positive things to do, with the aim of reducing crime and antisocial behaviour in the area.

£9,445 Big Lottery Fund
11 Sep 2014 De Lacy Academy

A project to deliver a series of skills workshops in gardening and sewing for members of the community. This will enable beneficiaries to learn new skills, with the aim of assisting them into further training or employment.

£9,346 Big Lottery Fund
27 Feb 2014 Warwick Community Group

Our Place

£6,270 Arts Council England
2 Dec 2013 Pontefract and Knottingley Solo Club

This is a project by a voluntary organisation in West Yorkshire. The organisation will use the funding to organise a variety of trips for older people who have experienced bereavement. This will provide an opportunity for vulnerable older people to engage

£1,500 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2013 Knottingley & Ferrybridge Neighbourhood Network

Knottingley Glass

£38,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Nov 2011 BBM Revolution Cycling Club

BBM Cycling For All

£9,772 Sport England
20 Sep 2011 The Old Quarry Adventure Playground

This project will develop community services and support in an estate in Knottingley, Wakefield. The scheme offers supervised play provision whilst accredited training and skills development will be established along with a volunteering programme. A commu

£299,616 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2011 Pontefract Family Centre

This is a project by a registered charity and not-for-profit company in Wakefield. The group will use funding to run a feasibility study to determine local demand for speciality breads. This will enable the group to produce a business plan focused on the

£8,880 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2010 BSAC Pontefract Branch

Pool to Ocean Project

£9,280 Sport England
20 Sep 2010 Knottingley Rockware Youth & Junior ARLFC

Coaching for Growth

£5,964 Sport England
29 Jun 2010 The Keepfitters

This group based in Yorkshire will use an award to provide a fitness class, once a week, for all beneficaries in the local rural area. The project will provide access to exercise classes for the isolated community. The grant includes funding for venue hir

£1,383 Big Lottery Fund
25 Jul 2007 Ringside ABC

This newly formed boxing club will use an award to pay for their start up and equipment costs. The club, once established, will have a junior and senior section, and will be available for anyone in the community who wishes to join.

£9,942 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
28 Jun 2007 Wakefield And District Play Forum

This pilot mobile play project will provide free, open access play facilities for children aged 5-13 years in the disadvantaged area of Hemsworth and facilitate the development of permanent play projects in the community. The three year grant will fully f

£29,952 Community Fund
28 Jun 2007 Wakefield And District Play Forum

The project will advocate and develop an infrastructure for children's play across the Wakefield district, as well as provide information, training and support to community groups to develop the delivery of high quality, child-led, play provision. The pro

£47,260 Community Fund
27 Nov 2006 The Old Quarry Adventure Playground

This Organisation Provide Recreational Facilities For Children In The Local Community. An Award Will Enable Them To Provide Outreach, Open Access Play Sessions At Their Adventure Playground. The Play Sessions Will Enable Children To Socialise In A Safe

£7,776 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
23 Jun 2006 Knottingley Sports Federation

This Group Offering After School Sports To Children In The Knottingley Area Wish To Develop Gymnastics With After School Clubs. The Club Will Be Able Participation In Inter-Club Activities Including Tournaments.

£4,972 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
23 May 2006 Pontefract Solo Club

This Branch Of The National Federation Of Solo Clubs Wish To Take Their Members On Trips Out, Buy A New Bingo Machine And Buy Some New Cds.

£3,300 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
11 Nov 2005 Knottingley High School and Sports College

The school will use the award to set up sports activity clubs out of school hours offering qualified coaching to boys and girls in rugby league, football, basketball, cross country, cricket and tennis.

£4,800 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
24 May 2005 Crafty Folk

The Focus Of The Group Is To Give People From Low Income, Deprived Areas Acess To An Art And Craft Group. The Award Will Be Used To Run Art And Craft Courses.

£4,284 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 May 2005 Kellingley Welfare Junior Football Club

The Focus Of The Group Is The Provision Of Recreational And Competitive Football For Children. The Award Will Be Used To Start Two New Junior Football Teams.

£4,985 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Jan 2005 Wakefield And District Play Forum

The project will advocate and develop an infrastructure for children's play across the Wakefield district, as well as providing information, training and support to community groups to develop the delivery of high quality, child-led, play provision.

£137,308 Community Fund
13 Sep 2004 Wakefield And District Play Forum

This pilot mobile play project will provide free, open access play facilities for children aged 5-13 years in the disadvantaged area of Hemsworth and facilitate the development of permanent play projects in the community. The three year grant will fully f

£152,202 Community Fund
28 Jun 2004 The Stained Glass Club Knottingley

Knottingley, Pontefract, Walton.

£1,490 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
25 May 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

This Second World War Veteran from Yorkshire has been awarded a grant for a carer to accompany him on a trip to France in June of this year.

£225 New Opportunities Fund
19 Feb 2004 Knottingley Sports Federation

This New Group Will Provide After School Activity For The Children Of Knottingley. They Will Use The Award To Establish Themselves In Their First Year By Purchasing Equpment And Providing Transport For The Children. Transport (Hire Of Coaches); Coaching;

£4,937 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
17 Dec 2003 Knottingley High School and Sports College

This secondary school will use the award to establish a table tennis club at evenings and weekends for all interested young people in the local community. equipment; coaching costs.

£3,100 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
17 Dec 2003 Knottingley Canoe Club

This Group Provides Canoeing Activities At The Local Sports Centre And Outdoors. Their Project Is To Purchase Equipment And Provide Coaching To Cater For The Increase In Popularity Of Their Activities, And Also To Allow Them To Provide More Structured Co

£4,890 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
21 Nov 2003 Write Books Community Print Resource Limited

This grant will allow a group using an innovative business model to provide low cost printing and publishing facilities to local community groups, as well as providing IT and DTP training. The grant will allow them to purchase printing equipment and pay

£139,433 Community Fund
6 Nov 2003 Knottingly RUFC

Changing Facilities

£402,700 Sport England
10 Jul 2003 Knottingley High School and Sports College

The scheme aims to expand the provision of sports and physical activities within the Borough, with an emphasis on attracting disadvantaged young people in the area. It will specifically benefit pupils who do not normally participate in sport, those with l

£189,812 New Opportunities Fund
18 Apr 2003 Knottingley Vale School

The Award Will Be Used To Start An After School Rugby Club In Conjunction With The Local High School, And Also To Start After School Tennis And Basketball Activities.

£3,280 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
18 Apr 2003 Featherstone Male Voice Choir

This Group Provides Music And Singing Activities For People In The Local Community, Including Supporting Local Fundraising And Charities. They Will Use The Award To Purchase New Uniforms For The Choir.

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Feb 2003 England Lane Junior and Infant School

This School Wishes To Use The Award To Improve It'S Extra-Curricular Provision Through The Purchase Of New Camping Equipment To Enable Children To Go On Annual Residential Camps; Replacing Sports Equipment And Creation Of A Wildlife Garden At The School.

£3,500 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
14 Feb 2003 Throstle Farm J & I School

This School Will Use The Award To Provide Physical Activity After School, Including Football, Volleyball, Tennis And Basketball. Professional Football Coaching With Use Of Proper Equipment Will Develop Confidence And Self-Esteem.

£2,940 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
21 Oct 2002 The Charter Players

This Theatre Group Produces And Performs Plays. They Will Use The Award To Produce And Perform A Play About Witchcraft In Elizabethan England Which Will Be Performed At Pontefract Town Hall.

£3,920 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
21 Oct 2002 Castleford and District Cancer Self Help Group

This group aims to improve the quality of life for people with cancer and their friends, relatives and carers. They provide transport to hospitals, respite care, and social activities. They will use the award to send 10 delegates to the national confere

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
1 Sep 2002 Knottingley High School

School Sport Coordinator Partnership

£531,012 Sport England
16 Aug 2002 Glasshoughton Community Archive Group

This New Group (Oct 01) Will Use The Award To Purchase Computer Equipment And A Portable Projector To Document, Celebrate And Promote The Cultural Heritage Of Grasshoughton And Surrounding Areas. They Will Create A Searchable Archive Of Photographs, Writt

£4,990 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
16 Aug 2002 Little Acorns Nursery Limited

The project will create a 50-place nursery for pre-school children in Knottingley, Wakefield. It will serve an area with high numbers of young families in which there is limited nursery provision.

£130,000 New Opportunities Fund
10 Jun 2002 Knottingley Town Hall Community Centre

This Group Provides A Venue For Various Community Groups And Activities Including Bingo, Line-Dancing, Tea-Dances And Slimming Clubs. They Will Use The Award To Re-Furbish One Of Their Rooms.

£4,901 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 Jun 2002 Knottingley and Ferrybridge Community Archive Group

This Archive Group Wiil Use The Award To Purchase Computer Hardware.

£1,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
10 May 2002 Pontefract Heritage Group

This Group Celebrates The Heritage Of Pontefract Through The Staging Of Re-Enactments Of Historical Events. They Will Use The Award To Create And Perform An Original Piece Of Drama To Commemorate The Different Decades Of The Queen'S Reign Which Will Be H

£5,000 Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme
29 Mar 2002 Knottingley Rugby Union Football Club

"This New Group (June 01) Provides Rugby Union Facilities For Local Young People. The Award Will Be Used To Provide Start Up Equipment, Kit And Coaching Costs To Establish The Junior Team In Their First Year Of Operation."

£4,179 Sport England
30 Nov 2001 Ferrybridge Community Centre Committee

This group provides a venue where local community and voluntary & community groups can meet and take part in a wide variety of activities. The award will be used to purchase an outdoor modular play system to improve community centre garden and facilities

£5,000 Community Fund
28 Sep 2001 Ferrybridge Amateurs' Association Football Club

This new group coaches juniors from 5 - 16 yrs old and provides open age and junior football teams for boys and girls. The award will be used to provide coaching facilities and make the sport available to all ages.

£866 Sport England
28 Sep 2001 Knottingley Girls Rugby Club

"This New Group Provides Rugby For Girls Of Secondary School Age, Through A Network Of Secondary Schools. The Award Will Be Used To Purchase The Kit And Equipment Required To Set Up The Group. Officials Will Be Put Through Coaching Courses And The Girls

£4,820 Sport England
27 Jul 2001 Knottingley High School and Sports College

"This school provides leadership, coaching and officiating opportunities for year 10 pupils going into year 11, which leads to a nationally recognised qualification. The pupils work with feeder school pupils on a weekly basis to organise and administrate

£4,885 Sport England
2 Feb 2001 The Adele Chapman Foundation

This group provides support to children suffering from intestinal disease and those undergoing bowel or liver transplant. The project is to stage a community Fun Day on a economically deprived area, Warwick Estate in Knottingley, on 12th May 2001. hire of

£3,274 Community Fund
30 Nov 2000 Knottingley and Ferrybridge Community Archive Group

This new group has been formed to document, celebrate and promote the cultural heritage of the area by creating an archive on CD Rom and the internet. The award will be used to purchase portable equipment so that it can be taken into the community to ensu

£2,413 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Sep 2000 8 to 12 Club

This group will use the award to provide activities that are accessible to young members in the local community. Activities which include indoor and outdoor sports.

£4,543 Sport England
29 Jun 2000 Kellingley Welfare Junior Football Club

This group provides football and training for local youngsters. The award will establish three younger age groups and a girls' team.

£2,025 Sport England
9 May 2000 PCC St Botolph's

St Botolph's Church, Knottingley

£47,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2000 Ferrybridge Community Centre Committee

The award will be used to purchase disco equipment. This group provides a venue where members of the community and groups meet and undertake a wide range of activities.

£995 Community Fund
10 Feb 2000 Castleford and District Cancer Self Help Group

This award will be used to provide transport for patients receiving treatment, respite care for patients and carers and funding towards a conference.

£5,000 Community Fund
29 Oct 1999 Pontefract Heritage Group

The project will enable local people to participate in a community arts based production to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the death of Richard II at Pontefract castle. The grant will pay toward professional artists fees and production costs.

£2,096 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Sep 1999 Knottingley and Ferrybridge Carnival Committee

The project will be to improve carnival events for the local community. The grant will pay for field entertainment, street decorations and bunting, programmes, decoration of float and street entertainers.

£4,800 Millennium Commission
7 Jan 1999 Knottingley Town Hall Community Centre

The project will upgrade the current building and improve access for disabled people which will enable more people to use the hall. This one year grant will be used to refurbish the existing building.

£54,000 Community Fund
22 Sep 1997 Wakefield Metropolitan District Council

Floodlit MUGA at Knottingley High School

£130,500 Sport England
17 Dec 1996 Castleford and District Cancer Self Help Group

The project will provide counselling, information and transport for people with cancer and their carers. The grant, over three years, will cover travel costs for beneficiaries, respite care costs and running costs.

£27,390 Community Fund
13 Aug 1996 St Boltolph's Church, Knottingley

St Botolph's Church, Knottingley - Restoration

£147,300 Heritage Lottery Fund