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1003 projects discovered in Harrogate

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  • Knaresborough Bowling Club

    01/02/2011

    Grant Amount: £4,254

    To install a fully automatic irrigation system

  • Clint-cum-Hamlets Parish Council

    25/01/2011

    Grant Amount: £9,820

    This project in Harrogate will create a community leisure area with play equipment and disabled access. This will provide an accessible outdoor facility for children and adults.

  • Saltergate Community Junior School

    17/12/2010

    Grant Amount: £9,850

    This is a project by a school in Harrogate. The group will use the funding to provide an all year outdoor learning space by building a canopy between two classrooms. This will make better use of the school grounds and create more after school opportunities.

  • Maypole Women

    17/12/2010

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This is a project by a new women's support group in Leeds. The group will use funding to create a website. This will enable women to easily access information regarding the help and facilities the group has to offer.

  • St Andrews Allotment Association

    17/12/2010

    Grant Amount: £7,200

    This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Harrogate which will use funding to install fencing and a composting toilet for all allotment users.

  • imitating the dog

    14/12/2010

    Grant Amount: £79,944

    Creation and staging of two new theatre pieces

  • The Thornborough Trust

    13/12/2010

    Grant Amount: £41,600

    The Great Yorkshire Plain Project

  • Heroes Return Award to an individual

    10/11/2010

    Grant Amount: £3,700

    A widow of a Second World War veteran from Harrogate has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Burma. Funding has been provided for one widow of a Second World War veteran and one carer.

  • Paperworks (Harrogate) Limited

    02/11/2010

    Grant Amount: £3,031

    This is a project by acharity in Harrogate to purchase specialised computer equipment for trainees with learning difficulties, mental and physical disabilities. This will enable all trainees to have the same access to computer based training.

  • Linda Thompson

    27/10/2010

    Grant Amount: £3,350

    Inner Tendrils

  • Harrogate Borough Council

    12/10/2010

    Grant Amount: £200,000

    North Yorkshire Sport Core Funding 2009-2012

  • Harrogate Borough Council

    12/10/2010

    Grant Amount: £374,336

    This project will maximise the opportunity for disadvantaged, physically inactive and isolated community members to access health, wellbeing and play opportunities in the parks and open spaces of the Harrogate district. The project uses play as an activity to improve health and wellbeing and will run throughout the year. The project will use Play Rangers to initially run the activities, but will also train community members to carry out their work in the future.

  • Ripon Community Link Company Limited

    12/10/2010

    Grant Amount: £74,219

    This project aims to provide a training and support service to people with learning disabilities, and their carer's in North Yorkshire. Training sessions will be outreached to districts within North Yorkshire which has poor transport links. The training and learning opportunities will cover all key aspects of life for the service users and focus on several topics including work, health, money management, peer education, support (life coaching) safety, and equality awareness.

  • Boroughbridge Allotment Society

    28/09/2010

    Grant Amount: £8,521

    This allotment society in York will use funding to provide facilities for the allotments in the form of a road crossing, a fixed water supply, a barbeque area and landscaping to the area.

  • Orb Community Enterprise

    28/09/2010

    Grant Amount: £9,948

    This charity based in Knaresborough will use funding to purchase equipment to enable them to provide facilities to deliver a programme of supported learning and confidence building to service users. This will create a facility that is suitable for adults with learning difficulties.

  • Bishop Monkton Tennis Club

    01/09/2010

    Grant Amount: £1,404

    Equipment for new Multi Use Games Area at Bishop Monkton

  • Markington Church of England Primary School

    24/08/2010

    Grant Amount: £9,930

    This group will use funding to improve the outside environment of the school for the whole community. This will involve resurfacing, creating a multi-sensory play area and improving the available play equipment.

  • New Lights

    24/08/2010

    Grant Amount: £3,629

    This group will use funding to deliver four half-day workshops and provide a visit to a contemparty art exhititon for people with learning disabilities or mental health problems. The project will use the medium of art and mask-making to help enhance the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged adults.

  • The North Stainley Baby and Toddler Group

    24/08/2010

    Grant Amount: £1,880

    This group will use funding to provide an outdoor play area, including timber play house and gazebo. This will provide a natural outdoor environment and play activities that young children in the village can use to develop and enjoy.

  • Heroes Return Award to an individual

    11/08/2010

    Grant Amount: £5,500

    A Second World War veteran from Ripon has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Malaysia in November of this year. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran, one spouse, and one carer.

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