- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 14 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 10 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Ladywell Interactive Water Play Area 14 Apr 2004
The project is the creation of a public, open access water play area to maximise play and learning opportunities. The project addresses the priority of outdoor play. It is based in an existing play area in Bannockburn in Stirling.
Heroes Return 20 Apr 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Ayrshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Normandy in June of this year. Grant will pay for travel costs.
This group from Shotts provides pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. Grant will be used to create a library corner to develop the children's reading skills and imagination. Grant will be used to purchase book library, floor cushions, soft reading corner and room dividers.
This group from Queenzieburn provides social and recreational activities for older people. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment and organise events enabling them to provide a programme of entertaining and enjoyable activities for members. The grant will be used to purchase a TV and video and fund outings and social evenings.
This new group from Paisley provides advice, information and social activities for older people. Grant will enable the group to organise a programme of social outings for the enjoyment and entertainment of members. The grant will fund transport and meals.
This group from Kirkwall maintains an information and education resource and provides one-to-one counselling for people affected by alcohol related problems. Grant will enable the group to furnish a new office base allowing them to continue to provide counselling facilities for those suffering alcohol and substance misuse. The grant will be used to purchase fire, safety and office equipment.
This group provides practical support and assistance to people with head injuries, their carers and families. Grant will be used to raise the group's public profile and raise awareness amongst health and social care professionals of head injury and its impact. Grant will be used to fund design consultant's fees, information packs, book marks, banner stands, ink cartridges, envelopes, paper and postage.
This group from Coatbridge provides growth and personal development opportunities for children. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment enabling them to develop the IT, artistic and play skills of members. The grant will be used to purchase computer, office, music, sports and play equipment.
This group from Hamilton promotes the building and racing of model cars. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment and build a new race track enabling them to upgrade and improve their existing racing facility. The grant will be used to purchase heaters, computer and racing equipment and fund building materials for new race track.
This group from Tankerness provides a community centre facility for the benefit of local people. Grant will allow the group to upgrade their premises enabling them to provide a safer and more comfortable environment and encourage more people to use the hall. The grant will fund the installation of infra-red and water heaters and plastic doors.
This group from Dundee provides social and recreational activities for local residents. Grant will allow the group to obtain equipment and organise events enabling them to develop the IT skills of members and prepare a programme of different leisure activities. The grant will be used to purchase computer and play equipment and fund outings and sessional worker.
This group from East Kilbride promotes the welfare of older people, in particular the service users of the Red Deer Centre. The grant will mean that the group can combat isolation amongst older and disabled people through a programme of outings, as well as providing exercise and relaxation classes for mental and social stimulation. The grant will fund costs of outings, transport, entertainment, armchair exercise classes and relaxation materials.
This group from Glenboig manage and maintain a community base, which provides educational, social and recreational opportunities for local residents. Grant will be used to develop a club for primary school children which offers a wide range of activities. Grant will be used to fund sessional youth leaders, activity costs and transport costs.
This group from Glasgow provides educational, social and recreational activities for children. Grant will allow the group to create a stimulating learning and play environment by constructing a woodland and play area next to a local school. The grant will fund the construction of woodland play area.
This group promotes the sport of angling for all age groups and abilities and in particular provides facilities for disabled anglers by providing a specially adapted boat. The grant will enable the group to have a steel jetty constructed along with two floating pontoons and a wave-boom all of which will facilitate the safe access of disabled anglers onto the boat. Steel jetty, two floating pontoons and a wave boom.
This group from Girvan provides advice, support and assistance to disabled people from the local community. Grant will enable the group to organise a disability awareness training course for volunteers and a programme of events for the entertainment and enjoyment of members. The grant will fund training and outings.
Heroes Return 21 Jun 2004
A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Italy in July of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.
This project aims to ensure the continuation of a successful transport service for community groups, elderly, disabled and those unable to afford other forms of transport in the rurally isolated area of Annandale, Dumfriesshire. Funding is requested to part-fund a replacement vehicle to be used for day trips specifically aimed at disabled and elderly passengers.
This group based in Perth provide a listening service for people who are in distress. Grant will allow the group to raise awareness of its service and recruit new volunteers. Grant will be used to fund press advertising.
This group from Coatbridge provide social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will allow the group to organise a series of historical and educational day trips, providing members with the opportunity to broaden their horizons and experience a variety of aspects of Scotland. The grant will be used to fund transport costs to Oban, Falkirk and Loch Lomond, Falkirk Wheel entrance fees and lunches.