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1003 projects discovered in Harrogate

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  • Friends of Bebra Gardens

    10/02/2009

    Grant Amount: £7,900

    This group promotes and maintains the Bebra Gardens in Knaresborough. They will use funding to expand on preliminary landscaping which has already been completed, enabling the group to work with professional designers in the production of planting plans. The work to restore and improve the gardens for public benefit will then be carried out by local volunteers and youth groups.

  • Starbeck Community Primary and Nursery School

    10/02/2009

    Grant Amount: £4,100

    This primary school will use funding to provide drumming workshops for all young people and families in the local community. The workshops will be after school and in the school holidays involving people of all ages as well as pupils from three other schools.

  • Burton Leonard Church of England Primary School

    19/01/2009

    Grant Amount: £4,874

    Burton Leonard Primary School in Harrogate will use an award to run a variety of pre and after school clubs offering activities such as sports, arts and crafts, dance and drama. Day time activities will also be offered during school holidays.

  • Nidderdale Birdwatchers

    19/01/2009

    Grant Amount: £3,159

    This new group will promote interest and understanding of birds, their environment and conservation. The grant will fund set up costs, an educational programme, a programme of activities, expert speakers, instructors and field trips as well as a newsletter and website.

  • Fountains Earth, Lofthouse Church of England Endowed Primary

    19/01/2009

    Grant Amount: £7,500

    This primary school will use funding to hire a professional animator to take five after-school sessions at local schools. These sessions will take place at lunchtimes, after school and one weekend day, involving adults to continue the project. The project will end with an exhibition of finished work in a local arts venue.

  • Relate York and Harrogate

    19/01/2009

    Grant Amount: £4,860

    This group provides relationship counselling to benefit marriage and family life. They will use funding to offer Relate's accredited training programmes to volunteers of various local voluntary sector organisations. The programmes are ideal for providing volunteers with the skills and confidence to work in church groups, children and young people's organisations.

  • Yorkshire Yoga & Therapy Centre

    22/12/2008

    Grant Amount: £65,700

    Priority Group Increase with Purchase of Premises-??111,882

  • Biddy Noakes

    16/12/2008

    Grant Amount: £5,000

    Roy Noakes sculpture & Isabel Rawsthorne paintings

  • imitating the dog

    12/12/2008

    Grant Amount: £56,973

    Kellerman - UK Tour

  • NER 1903 Electric Autocar Trust

    03/12/2008

    Grant Amount: £465,800

    Restoration of NER 1904 petrol electric autocar and coach

  • Almscliff Tennis and Bowling Club

    12/11/2008

    Grant Amount: £8,581

    This tennis and bowling club will use an award to install an irrigation system on their bowling green. The new system will dramatically improve the playing conditions for club members and visiting league teams.

  • Badapple Theatre Company

    12/11/2008

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This theatre company will use funding to write a new theatrical performance. This will involve gathering oral history reminiscences from local audiences to assist in the writing of the performance. The final piece will then be performed in 20 village halls to enable attendance from people who live in rural locations.

  • Darley in Bloom

    12/11/2008

    Grant Amount: £3,450

    This group will use funding to create and promote a Heritage Trail brochure for Darley, which will be launched at a Heritage Community Action Day. The group will also produce a scrapbook which will be used as a pictorial history of Darley for local residents. The local history publications will be used in local community organisations and be the main focus of a display at the Community Action Day.

  • Harrogate Borough Council

    07/11/2008

    Grant Amount: £96,420

    North Yorks Community Coaches

  • 3rd Harrogate (St Johns) Scout Group

    13/10/2008

    Grant Amount: £3,700

    This scout group will use an award to help subsidise the cost of their scouts attending the North Yorkshire Jamboree Camp in 2009. This will allow attendance by children from families on lower income who might not otherwise be able to attend.

  • Arkendale Memorial Hall

    02/10/2008

    Grant Amount: £173,000

    Arkendale Memorial Hall's building project will replace the recently demolished village hall with a modern timber structure imported from Finland. The building will be economically, socially and environmentally sustainable and will directly benefit people living in Arkendale, and surrounding villages in North Yorkshire. The new building will include kitchen and toilet facilities, storage and a single room for events. It will benefit 1,000 people and 15 groups and take 30 weeks to complete.

  • Interact Performance Group (Harrogate)

    15/09/2008

    Grant Amount: £8,200

    Interact Performance Group provides music, drama, and dance opportunities to people with disabilities in the Harrogate area. The group will use an award to relaunch the group and attract new members and sponsorship through the creation of a new website, literature, and the staging of a performance to attract community interest. The award includes funding for website, drama training, volunteer training and leaflet.

  • Knaresborough Short Mat Bowling Club

    15/09/2008

    Grant Amount: £1,520

    This short mat bowling club will use an award to purchase new bowling equipment for use by members. The current equipment is worn and unsuitable. The award includes funding for verdemats, fenders and scoreboards.

  • Galphay Village Institute

    15/09/2008

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This group maintains and manages the village hall. The project is to replace the village hall roof. The existing roof was built in 1919 and is prone to leaking which makes the hall unsafe for use. The award is for a replacement roof.

  • Fewston and Blubberhouses Parochial Church Council

    11/09/2008

    Grant Amount: £630,900

    The Washburn Heritage Centre

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