- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 10 Jan 2011
- Latest award date
- 22 Dec 2011
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards a playscheme in a deprived area of Raploch, Stirling.
The trust works to develop the economy, environment and facilities in Fraserburgh and the surrounding area. The group's idea is to purchase a bakery in the village of New Pitsligo and develop this into a social enterprise, preserving local jobs and a vital service to the community. The grant will pay for the costs of obtaining an independent valuation of the bakery, a review of its accounts, surveys of the building and specialist advice/market intelligence on food production and lines.
The idea is to conduct a feasibility study into the design of a viable structure for a community investment fund which would enable the local community to invest in and consequently share in the revenues from renewable energy projects on Islay/in seas around Islay. The grant will pay for consultants to produce a study which will be used to invite interest from potential investors/funders, lobby for policy/regulatory support and to consult locally on Islay.
This voluntary organisation is working to raise community interest in securing the future of Cockenzie House and Gardens. The groups idea is to develop the 18th century house and its walled gardens into a hub for community activity including a cafÃ©, a flexible meeting space and visitor accommodation. The grant will pay for the cost of having the property valued, the production of a feasibility study and the production of a business plan.
Wood Fuel Supply Scheme 10 Jan 2011
The trust will carry out research on reestablishing a wood fuel supply chain which will provide fuel to local households and businesses for use in wood burning heating systems. The grant for will fund a local wood fuel assessment and a business plan.
Little Squirrels Park 19 Jan 2011
This Argyll group will develop a wildlife garden and outdoor learning area where children can interact with and learn about the natural world. This will enable visitors to observe and increase their understanding of wildlife, as well as providing a tranquil outdoor environment for local residents to enjoy. The grant will pay for fencing, gates, nesting boxes, bird feeders, seating, planting, gravel, gravel boards, raised beds, a cold frame and composting
Colinsburgh Woodland and Wildlife Trail 19 Jan 2011
This group will resurface and widen a path through local woodland for the benefit of the community. The pupils will assist delivery of the project through the design of a brochure and information boards. The grant will pay for machinery and labour costs and interpretive materials.
Onthank Community Woodland 19 Jan 2011
This Kilmarnock group will improve access to a woodland area in partnership with local schools, a nursery and community groups. This will create an accessible environmental facility which can be used for activities, environmental education and wildlife study. The grant will pay for path resurfacing, drainage, motorbike inhibitors, preparation, installation
The school project based in Kirkcaldy focuses on netball, football and dance after-school clubs. This grant will fund twelve netballs, a netball ball bag, twelve footballs, a football ball bag and eight hours of dance instruction.
Activity in Retirement 20 Jan 2011
The centre will use the grant to purchase an LCD projector to provide its members with better weekly presentations and demonstrations.
This group will purchase educational toys for use by children in play sessions. The new equipment will aid physical development and stimulate imagination. This grant will fund a playhouse, a ride on train, a supermarket tent, a mirror set, a farm set, an animal set, a baby activity gym and soft dolls.
The school will expand the range of sports and exercises it currently offers at its after-school club. The club is for pupils with additional support needs and the school now wants to encourage more children to participate. The grant for will fund a Tri Golf kit, Rock-it-ball sticks, Rock-it-ball balls, Rock-it ball education resource packs for teachers, Mitre Ultimatch balls, frisbee disks, a ball bag and football training bibs.
The school will use the grant to establish an extra-curricular dodgeball club in which all pupils can participate. The grant will pay for sports coach fees, Tub Tuffskin balls, soft volleyballs, mini handballs, vinyl floor spots, a floor marker compendium set, training bibs and transport.
The school, based in Dunfermline will provide activities in athletics, netball, football, tennis and walking for P3-P7 pupils. Staff volunteers will be used to take the lead on organising these lunch time and after school activities. The grant will fund bus transport to 5 festivals (athletics and netball), netball coaching, twenty bibs for the walking club, Walk Leader Training for two staff, two static netball posts with bases and a netball class kit bag.
The school will set up a 'Stay and Play' Club which will be for P1-P3 children to enjoy after school, the club will involve the children in multi-activity sessions. After school clubs will also take place in netball, basketball and football for older primary pupils. The grant will fund football coaching, three TOP bags (sport, netball and basketball), footballs, bibs and marker cones.