- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Woodcraft Curriculum Development 01 Apr 2004
A consultant will be employed to develop a curriculum for all ages of Woodcraft Folk. It will include knowledge of fire building, shelter construction, crafting wood, camp fires, flora and fauna identification, knots and health and safety. A dedicated website will be launched in conjunction with this curriculum, enabling all youth leaders free access to the material. Basic equipment will be provided so all activities to be on the curriculum can take place.
Childrens holiday 01 Apr 2004
This group aim to develop the education and social lives of people in the North East. The award means they can take local children on a weeks holiday. rent, food, salaries, courses, transport advert.
training visits 01 Apr 2004
This group was established as a mechanism to ensure that local communities share ideas and have a strong and united voice in relation to the development of their villages. The award will be used for a series of best practice visits to other projects followed by training. coach hire, volunteer expenses, course/tutor fees and venue hire.
Start up costs 01 Apr 2004
A kindergarten will be established with places for up to 16 children aged 3 - 5 years. This kindergarten will encourage skill development following the educational principles of Rudolph Steiner.
Able access project 01 Apr 2004
A new website will be established to provide information and advice on issues relating to disabled people including the provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act and other information relevant to older people and their carers.
Building of rest room 01 Apr 2004
A new wooden barn will be built on site to provide a warm, dry meeting place for all who use the facilities. There are currently children who stay all day at the paddocks to take care of the horses and this can be increased with the new building. Lectures and safety training can be given more often on site which will encourage more people to come along and increase their skill to achieve higher levels of awards.
Installation of a toilet for the disabled 01 Apr 2004
Disabled access will be installed at this village hall to enable everyone to participate in the community activities that take place.
Educational outreach work 01 Apr 2004
The 2004 festival will increase its focus on young people, providing them with opportunities to learn about music and the wider arts. Local school pupils will be encouraged to become involved in the administration, learning about structuring a festival and working together. Composers will work with school pupils to provide works to perform at the festival and all local school pupils will be invited to attend festival events free of charge.
New play area 01 Apr 2004
The Association will extend and improve its playground. Colourful and stimulating areas will be provided, extending the play opportunities available to children.
New Minibus 01 Apr 2004
The charity will buy a mini bus to help people with learning difficulties and their families have affordable transport to club meetings and activities.
Windows and floor 01 Apr 2004
This group maintain and manage the village hall which is the only community building in the area. The award will be used to replace the floor and windows. repair, sand and seal floor; fit new windows
Kitchen 01 Apr 2004
This group supports people who are visually impaired. They provide various activities including outings and teach various skills in their day centre. Funds will be used to install a new kitchen that will be used to cater for the members but also teach them how to cook so they can increase their own skills and independence. kitchen units
extend age range 01 Apr 2004
This toy library currently caters for children up to the age of 9. This award will allow them to extend this age range. sports and games equipment.
Access Path 01 Apr 2004
This women's institute promote issues associated with rural life, arts and crafts and science, they will use an award to improve access to their hall by re-laying a pathway which will also have lighting and handrails. access path
Extension of Service 01 Apr 2004
Volunteers from the local community will be trained to become mediators and assist in the group's activities. It provides a free service for people who are in dispute with their neighbours.The project will enable ths group to extend its activities to more people in the community.
Facilities for the disabled in community hall 01 Apr 2004
With an award, the association will adapt the facilities of its community hall to provide access ramps and toilet facilities for the disabled.
The project aims to provide a library and information service for people with visual impairment. A talking newspaper service will be developed and the project also will undertake an awareness raising campaign to inform service providers of the needs of people with visual impairments._x000B_
An after school and holiday football and fitness club will encourage children to take part in extra curricular activities, targeting different age bands and creating a girls only team. The holiday clubs will be open to surrounding villages in an attempt to tackle exclusion issues which can occur in small villages.
The Glasgow Science Centre: ReDiscover 01 Apr 2004
A ReDiscover grant to fund the upgrading of the Science Show Theatre and the creation of Enviroscan, which includes an Auto Weather Station linked to schools and educational projects, a Climate Change Theatre and the Clyde Monitoring Exhibit which collects and feeds back data on the River Clyde.