- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 19 Feb 2008
- Latest award date
- 17 May 2012
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
This school will use its award to purchase a climbing wall, trim trail, magnification pole and bark.
Quiet Seating Area 20 Jan 2011
The parent council will install an outdoor seating area for its pupils and the wider community. The school facilities are in the same building as the local community centre in Strathpeffer, so a range of organisations and people will have access to the seating area. The grant will fund a sleeper structure with benches and plants, corner poles with camouflage, an outdoor blackboard, a mushroom table, two magnifying glass poles and two circular eight-seat benches.
A New Standard and its Dedication 26 Aug 2009
The association will purchase a Standard which will enable them to rally support for Merchant Navy Day, Remembrance Day and to hold a dedication service. The grant will fund a standard, gauntlet, carrier bucket, bag, pole and a light buffet following the dedication service.
The group, based in Inverness, provides support and advice to community groups. The project will create three girls football teams and to purchase training equipment. The grant will fund costs of a sessional worker for 80 hours and football training equipment (passing hoops, slalom poles, pump, 1st aid kit, target goal, cones, agility ladder, bibs, and footballs).
The club will offer a programme of winter and spring training and fitness sessions. This grant will be used to pay for 15 football strips, 30 practice bibs, an all surface rubber base, spiked poles, training balls, all weather pitch hire, refreshments and marketing costs.
The club will deliver girls sports sessions, boys sessions and taster sessions in tennis throughout the winter period. The grant will fund tennis poles and net for Multi Use Games Area venue hire for boys and girls sport sessions, 40 bibs (£2.99 each) and 20 footballs.
The school will purchase hill walking equipment to establish a new extracurricular walking club for young people aged 12 to 18. This grant will fund a lightweight tent, waterproof overtrousers, gaiters, bothy bags, compasses and walking poles.
This group will develop a series of exercise and fitness classes in the local community. This grant will pay for Tai Chi/Aqua Zumba/Zumbatomic instructor training, venue hire, boxing gloves & pads, skipping ropes, Nordic walking poles, ankle/wrist weights and resistance bands.