- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 09 Sep 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Oct 2018
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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This group provides a widre range of health and social activities for all age groups. Grant will allow the group to undertake more fitness sessions encouraging more people to take part and adopt a healthier lifestyle.
This group provides a wide range of health and social activities for all age groups. The grant is for instructor fees, volunteer travel expenses, catering, registration fees and training costs.
This group will use the grant to organise a Triathlon competition aimed at women and girls.
Grant to Islay & Jura Community Enterprises Ltd 09 Jun 2016
towards three years' continuation funding for the running costs of the Aquacare Warm Water Therapy & Resource Centre for disabled children and adults, their families and carers on the Isles of Islay and Jura
This group will provide a range of leisure, arts and music activities for disadvantaged and disabled children on the islands of Islay and Jura. This grant will help pay the costs of sessional workers, training, transport and musical instruments, arts and crafts materials and pool toys.
The group provide facilities for social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to purchase a large swimming pool inflatable and a trolley.
Grant to Islay & Jura Community Enterprises Ltd 14 Mar 2013
towards three years' continuation funding of the salary and running costs of Aquacare Warm Water Therapy for disabled people on the islands of Islay and Jura in the north of Scotland
Grant to Islay & Jura Community Enterprises Ltd 01 Oct 2018
Grant funding to provide welfare support for working age seafarers, retired seafarers and their families or carers on the islands of Islay & Jura.
Aquacare 12 May 2005
The project will continue the Aquacare facility, which will enable 275 rurally isolated disabled people to take part in swimming and water based exercises, by co-ordinating transport, raising the temperature of the pool and providing appropriately trained members of staff. This will allow them to take part in a mainstream activity, improving their self esteem and confidence to take part in other community activities and reducing their social isolation.
Funded through Supporting 21st Century Life this project will provide access to a range of opportunities including, leisure and healthy eating clubs for older people, aromatherapy, introduction to Gaelic, swimming lessons, boosting self esteem and confidence for women returning to work, making and maintaining relationships and volunteering opportunities. The grant will fund the salaries of a part time project co-ordinator, part time administrator, part time support assistants and sessional instructors.
The group wish to improve energy efficiency and the long term sustainability of their leisure pool and recreation facility through the development of their waste heat recovery system. The grant will fund a feasibility report, tender drawings and specification.
Supporting Island Life 23 Feb 2012
The company will use the grant to establish a programme of regular activities over 40 weeks to meets the needs of the disabled, older people and their carers. This grant will fund sessional worker costs, training costs, advertising, volunteer travel, beneficiary transport costs, specialist equipment and catering costs.
Achievement Against All Odds 10 Aug 2016
This group provide a wide range of sporting and leisure activities for the local community. They also provide vocational training and work experience opportunities. The funding will be used to celebrate the people in the community who contribute towards running of the groupâ€™s activities and its 25th anniversary.
Off to a Flying Start 12 Dec 2012
This group will set up a new central crÃ¨che service for children aged 0 - 3 and a range or parents sessions promoting healthy life styles involving parents and children aged 0 - 8. Staff working at the new crÃ¨che will undergo training as part of the project to ensure they can facilitate structured activities such as; developing literacy skills, story tell and arts and crafts.
Swimming & Lifeguarding 31 Jan 2014
The project will increase the number of local people who take part in physical activity. The project involves encouraging existing users of the leisure centreÂ’s swimming pool to bring along a friend or relative. Sessions will include Aquafit, Aquacare, swimming pool zero gravity mobility exercises and lifeguard demonstrations.
Trampoline trailer will bring a new "fun activity" to your village for your children & others to learn new skills and enjoy all year round.