- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 12 Apr 2007
- Latest award date
- 26 Jan 2012
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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Thorn Parent Teacher Association 29 Apr 2009
The group will use the award to fund a welcome plaque, tree seats, four raised sensory beds with benches, a bog garden area and a decor pole.
This group aims to advance the status and further the interest of members in all aspects of amateur radio. The grant will be used to purchase an ATU for radio, laptop, projector, 2 radio antennas, 2 fieldday radios, fieldday power supply and 2 telescopic poles.
This Renfrew group provide opportunities to participate in the martial art of Tae Kwon Do. This grant will be used to pay for dual blockers, mini targets, forearm shields, a smart shield, cones, poles, youth punch mitts, belts, a first aid kit and hall hire.
The group provides opportunities for young people to participate in sporting activities. The grant will pay for venue hire, footballs, football bags, goals, bibs, markers, poles, reaction hoops, free kick dummies, whistles, medical kits, relay batons, javelins, discus, shot, basketballs and two basketball systems.
ECO Garden & Wildlife Area Development 12 Aug 2009
The group will establish a new wildlife and ECO garden within the grounds of West Primary School. This grant will be used fund a gravel footpath, edging, trees, an insect house, shrubs, perennials, hedge plants, wildflowers, ferns, rocks and log piles, bird boxes, bird tables, sand, composter and a wetland area.
St Fergus Parent Council 25 Jun 2010
This group will provide a programme of recreational and development activities for the pupils at the primary school. This grant will pay for tutor fees for the Summer homework club, interactive theatre fees, art club costs including tutor fees, sports facility hire, equipment hire, 3 flag poles, 2 benches, seeds, plants, outing costs, playground games, a Fun Day bouncy castle, refreshments for Fun Day, graduation gowns and Christmas pantomime costs.
This organisation will extend and improve their outdoor area. They will also create a learning area and a sensory area within the establishment for children with additional support needs or behavioural problems. The grant will fund a bird table, planters, stepping stones, fruit trees, compost, seeds, trays, a bicycle rack, a log pile/willaw arch, a squiggle mat with additional support mat, mirrors for the sensory room, sensory discs, a portable sensory unit and a star cloth with rug.
The club will purchase equipment needed to support their good work. The equipment will help the club expand its reaches allowing them to taking on more new child participants and more volunteers. This grant will fund 2 first aid kits, water bottle sets, 3 sets of cones, 60 balls, Salmon Poles, 2 tackle bags, 40 bibs and 3 tackle tyres.