Dear Gambling Commission,
Please provide the details of the "1 Hub Club Site" application by "Sports West"
According to http://gotlottery.uk/south-west/bristol-... the award was granted on 10 January 2015 for £669,393 by Sports England to Sports West.
No details of "Sports West" can be found anywhere on the internet.
In the event that Sports West no longer exists, please additionally advise who the recipients would or could now be.
Please provide details of any amounts of this sizable grant already drawn down from this award and the dates of any amount paid and to whom.
Please provide details of the awarding committee.
Please provide details of any ecology reports requested or instructed to be carried by the awarding body in respect of the application.
Please provide details of any ecology report supplied for the application.
Dear Ms Brant
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Information Act 2000.
Having completed a search of our records, I can confirm that the
Commission does not hold this information.
The Commission is responsible for licensing and regulating the National
Lottery and ensuring that funds are raised for good causes. However, we
do not distribute those funds. There are various distribution bodies,
established by parliament, which are responsible for awarding lottery
grants. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport oversees these funding
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lottery funding www.lotteryfunding.org.uk or by calling 0845 275 0000.
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that provide funding for specific causes. The lottery funding website
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