- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 25 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 19 Nov 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
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- Total Non-GBP grants
Newmilns Community Nature Site Project 01 Mar 2010
This group will develop an existing paths network which will provide a site for recreation and nature study for local people. The grant will pay for path resurfacing, motorcycle inhibitors, totem pole, granite benches, picnic bench, wooden paling and posts, timber, soil, plants, hedge trees, clearance costs and a wildlife interpretation panel.
This group run a soccer centre for children. The grant is for ladders, hurdles, boundary poles/bases, pole bags, training balls, goal nets, match balls, hurdle set, flat space markers, SFA coaching courses, contribution towards bibs (for additional teams only).
The school will form a new Nordic walking after-school club for pupils in P6 and P7. It will be designed to encourage pupils to consider new ways of participating in physical exercise. This grant will fund 36 Leki walker children's poles, 36 junior high vis bibs, 2 bags and spare paws (pole ends).
The Flags on the Green 12 Aug 2009
The Community Council will purchase and install flag poles that will be part of a commemorative project to reflect Commonwealth history of the township. This grant will be used to buy 12 external halyard flagpoles, 3 flag poles with bases, delivery and installation costs.
Youth Cascaders 02 Feb 2012
The club will provide a number of young people with accredited football coaching qualifications. The grant will fund pitch hire, training, minibus hire, refreshments, hurdles, speed ladders, bibs, boundary poles, pole bases, balls, coach folders, water bottles and water bags.
This group will install lighting around Campsie High Church, as well as improving the surrounding groundwork. The money will be used for installation of lighting poles, lights, slabbing and chippings.
The school will establish extra-curricular clubs in basketball and athletics. The grant will fund 2 mini basketball goals, 1 crash mat and 1 high jump pole.
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.
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.
The club will provide opportunities for people of all ages to participate in the sport of athletics. The project is based in Aberdeen and focuses on the sport of pole vaulting. This grant will be used to pay for coaching costs and the 4 vaulting poles.
They school will provide an after school rugby club. This grant will fund tackle bags, shields, training balls, a mesh ball bag, an agility cross ladder, agility hurdles, speed acceleration canes, agility poles, a super reactaball set, a reactaball value set, a Slalom pole set, a marker set, a marker pole set, a first aid kit, ice packs and rugby jerseys.
This club provides football coaching for boys and girls aged 7-19. The project is based in Forfar, Angus and focuses on football. This grant will fund 80 bibs, 6 corner poles, 1 set of small nets, 1 set of large nets, 4 sets of space markers, 40 cones, 8 sets of boundary poles, 60 training footballs, 10 match footballs, 20 indoor footballs and 7 training ladders.
This group provides the facilities and opportunities for its members to participate and train in the sport of football. The grant is for lamp heads, light poles, electric cable and labour.
This new group provides members with the opportunity to train and participate in the sport of football. referee fees, pitch hire, league fees, match balls, training balls, markers, cones, ball carriers, flags, armbands, pump, water bottles and holders, bibs, nets, corner poles and flags, strip (tops, shorts and socks), medical bag and sprays and kit bags.
This project based in Beith will focus on football and fitness training. This grant will fund five sets of speed ladders, five sets of slalom poles, five sets of training cones, five hurdle sets, five speed ring sets, ten aluminium folding goals and ten training footballs.
Pitcaple Environmental Project (PEP) 14 May 2008
The project will develop a number of features for The Sensory Garden including a Turtle drum, rain stick chimes, a Glockenspiel, a finger maze, sensory totem poles and stained glass windmills. They will also have bee boxes, bird boxes and a waterwheel to promote biodiversity and encourage interest in the local environment. Volunteers will create all of the equipment on the site; they also plan to further develop interpretation boards and signs.
The schools project is based in Crawford, South Lanarkshire and focuses on various sports. This grant will fund coaches, transport, nylon bibs, golf target, flags, poles, bases, Velcro balls, tri-gold set, chipping trainer set, footballs and football goals.
This primary school project based in Huntly, Aberdeenshire focuses on gymnastics. The grant will be used to pay for a timber slide, a storming plank, an aluminium pole and a ladder.
Branch Standards & Coffin Drape 13 Sep 2012
This group will use the grant to fund a branch standard, a union flag, a Scottish saltire flag, flag poles, gloves, carry straps and a coffin drape.