- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 31 Oct 2000
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2018
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Refurbishment Work 21 Feb 2006
The project is to refurbish the groups building to allow further community use. The money is for refurbishment work and new heating system.
Unspecified 16 Nov 2004
The project is to improve facilities for a group of older residents. The money is for a computer, office and audio equipment, and furniture.
Many Birds-One Forest 16 Jun 2011
The school will run a creative arts project where pupils, parents and staff will work with visual artists to create artworks with a Heritage Bird theme. The artwork will then be paraded at the Edinburgh Mela and later installed in the school playground. This grant will pay for a project director/artist, a joiner, a joiner's assistant, installation mechanism and materials, fittings, brackets, wooden poles and fittings, pole carrier straps, evaluation, and a report.
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.
Grant to Splice Child and Family Ltd 10 Jun 2015
Delivery of a young parents programme (supporting 16-21 year old parents) will enable the charity to strengthen the parenting skills of young disadvantaged people on becoming parents and ensure that a healthy relationship develops with their child.
Grant to Splice Child and Family Ltd 29 Oct 2012
the salaries of the Administrative Assistant and the Finance/Payroll Administrator in Years 1 and 2, and the Child and Family Manager and Child and Family Organiser in Year 2
Splice 10 Nov 2011
Splice Child and Family Project Limited will provide opportunities for physical outdoor activities for the families that use the group's centre which will positively contributes to their health. The project meets the awards for all sim of 'extending access and participation'. This grant for £819 will fund outside store, shelters, outdoor protective clothing, "talking tubes" toy and other equipment.
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).
Keeping Us Happy 01 Nov 2016
Neath, Port Talbot and Pyle Dance Club will use the grant to setup their organisation, designed to increase socialising opportunities for 40 members, the majority of whom are older people. This grant for Â£4,753 will fund a portable PA system, dance music discs, a laptop, venue hire, a short break, and two day trips.
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.
To employ two workers, at a housing project in Sunderland, to support people with personality disorders and mental health problems.
Totemic Polemics 22 Apr 2004
Local people will have the opportunity to take part in a community arts project . Hop garden poles will be used to represent different eras in farming from Saxon times through to the present day. Participants of all ages will work with the group to create crafted items to display from the poles, culminating in an event to celebrate the results and to raise awareness of the changes in local farming.
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).
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.
WW2 celebrations 30 Dec 2004
This group will use an award to organise two events to commemorate the contribution of Poles to the WWII effort. The first will be a day of lectures by 6 eminent historians (3 British and 3 Polish) and will involve the promotion of the British-Polish Historical Commission, set up to research Polish-British intelligence cooperation in WWII. It will perhaps be the last occasion when e. g.
Talbot Community Centre will purchase new IT equipment to allow them to offer effective basic computer courses for elderly members of the community. This meets the Awards for All aim of 'increasing skills and creativity'. This grant for £4,150 will fund 10 laptops, a printer, software and accessories.