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1003 projects discovered in Harrogate

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  • Ripon Community Link Company Limited

    13/01/2010

    Grant Amount: £7,085

    The charitable company working with people with learning disabilities in the North Yorkshire area will use the award towards developing some of their service users to become community educators, raising awareness of the issues people with learning disabilities face. They will also purchase equipment that will enable them to create a DVD promoting the work that they do.

  • Wighill Parochial Church Council

    21/12/2009

    Grant Amount: £48,793

    All Saints Church

  • Heroes Return Award to an individual

    17/12/2009

    Grant Amount: £875

    A Second World War veteran from Suffolk has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in September 2009. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran and one carer.

  • The Fisher Singers Community Choir

    15/12/2009

    Grant Amount: £1,000

    A Passion for Our Time

  • Harrogate Borough Council

    15/12/2009

    Grant Amount: £96,420

    North Yorks Community Coaches

  • York and Ainsty South Pony Club

    30/11/2009

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    York & Ainsty South PC Team Development

  • Biddy Noakes

    24/11/2009

    Grant Amount: £4,900

    Migration- Curation of Exhibition

  • The Nidderdale Plus Partnership

    17/11/2009

    Grant Amount: £50,000

    Coldstones

  • The Junction

    10/11/2009

    Grant Amount: £9,580

    This charity based in Harrogate, supports people with learning disabilities. They will use the award to set up a disability accessible IT suite at their learning centre premises. The project will enable participants to develop their computer skills and provide pathways to personal development and further education.

  • Heroes Return Award to an individual

    13/10/2009

    Grant Amount: £2,000

    The widow of a Second World War veteran from Yorkshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to the United States of America in November of this year. Funding has been provided for one widow of a Second World War veteran.

  • Heroes Return Award to an individual

    13/10/2009

    Grant Amount: £1,300

    A Second World War veteran from Harrogate has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in September of this year. Funding has been provided for one Second World War veteran and one spouse.

  • Yorkshire Yoga

    06/10/2009

    Grant Amount: £5,407

    This community company based in North Yorkshire will use the award to run pilot programmes and set up a GP Referral System for groups who have been identified as being most in need, as they have limited access to therapeutic exercise.

  • Harrogate & District Advocacy Scheme

    06/10/2009

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    This charity provides advocacy services to vulnerable and disadvantaged adults in Harrogate and the surrounding areas. They will use the award to add two part-time workers, in order to meet the increasing demand for the group's services in the area.

  • Roecliffe and Westwick Parish Council

    06/10/2009

    Grant Amount: £2,297

    This Parish Council based in York will use the award to construct a footpath to enable disabled access to a local pond. The footpath will enable access for disabled people, the public and local school children.

  • Killinghall Village Hall Trust

    08/09/2009

    Grant Amount: £3,500

    The award will be used by this charity in Killinghall, Harrogate, to make improvements to the village hall for health and safety reasons. The improvements include facilities to people with disabilities to enable them to take part in activities at the hall.

  • Helen Shay

    08/09/2009

    Grant Amount: £1,015

    Attending and presenting work to conference

  • Christ Church Community Centre

    08/09/2009

    Grant Amount: £4,295

    This registered charity, based in Harrogate, will use the award to establish an IT suite in their community centre to enable them to run a programme of IT courses for the local community. The new facility will extend the range of activities available at the centre and the classes will develop the IT skills of residents of all ages and abilities.

  • Harrogate Borough Council

    11/08/2009

    Grant Amount: £5,000

    Tessa Bunney: home work

  • Ripon International Festival

    04/08/2009

    Grant Amount: £13,500

    The Twelfth Ripon International Festival

  • North Yorkshire County Council (Woodleigh Childrens Home)

    31/07/2009

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    Woodleigh Adolescent Outreach Support Service (Outdoor Adv.)

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