- 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.
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
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 organise a 10-week breakfast programme of fitness, jogging and athletics aimed at primary 5 - 7 pupils who do not participate in physical activity. This grant will pay for mentoring costs, Junior Jogscotland workshop costs, a Junior Jogscotland resource pack and a Primary Sportshall Athletics kit.
The school will create a range of after-school sports clubs for its pupils. These clubs will then enable the children to participate in different sports festival within the West Dunbartonshire area. The grant will fund travel to four sports festivals, sports equipment and coaching sessions.
The club provides opportunities for women aged 15 and over to take part in football training and matches. The project is based in Stranraer. This grant will fund promotion/advertising materials, 38 hours of coaching, one set of strips, transport costs and training venue hire.
The club will purchase equipment to improve classes and meet increasing demand for places in their gymnastics classes following recent taster sessions. This grant will fund a landing pit block and coaching blocks (continental).
The trust will use the grant to hold a programme of physical activity including a weekly Zumba class delivered by a qualified Zumba instructor. They will also deliver a weekly exercise/keep fit activity for people over the age of 50 and a martial arts class for all ages.
Plockton Primary Playground Project 20 Jan 2011
The school will develop their playground area to include a climbing frame, a rope bridge, log walks, recycled tyre games, recycled tyre walks and an exterior mural designed by the children. This grant will fund a wooden climbing wall with frame, a rope bridge, a grass matt surface, delivery charges and paint for an exterior mural.
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.
This group will use the grant to install solar panels to power heating and lighting at their community garden for the benefit of all users. This will allow the group to reduce the carbon footprint of their polytunnels and reduce overall running costs.
The trust will undertake a process of organisational development, community engagement and volunteer training. This will enable the group to play a more prominent role in Whitburn and become a resource base for the community. The grant will fund development of a brief for website, website build, HTML training, three membership events, public liability insurance, development support, volunteers' expenses and a subscription to Development Trusts Association Scotland.
Garioch Area Partnership, will run intergenerational creative art workshops on the theme of recycling and 'make do and mend', for primary seven pupils at local schools and older people from the area. Participants will create collages representing their town which will be displayed at a community exhibition. The grant will fund venue hire, materials, framing, outdoor display, publicity, printing, stationery & postage, hire of film maker, DVD editing, production & distribution and event costs
Link Up 20 Jan 2011
This group will undertake a counselling service for young people living in the Wester Hailes area of Edinburgh. This service will be run in conjunction with a drop-in youth club, enabling the young people to realise and participate in activities benefitting the wider community. The grant will fund a sessional counsellor, youth workers and materials for an art in garden project.
After School Inclusion Programme 20 Jan 2011
The school will expand their after school programme of physical activity and focus on a wide variety of activities to address the current low level of participation amongst pupils, specifically girls and BME pupils. The grant for will fund sessional coaching costs and a variety of sports equipment.
St Lucy's Cybercoach Champs 20 Jan 2011
The school will use the grant to purchase a cybercoach fitness system for use by all pupils, including those on the Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and their parents. This grant will pay for a cybercoach system, a portable PA, a projector, a trolley, a screen, wireless dance mats and installation costs.
South Kintyre Community Action Plan 20 Jan 2011
The trust will produce a community action plan that identifies the social, cultural and economic priorities of the communities within South Kintyre over the next 5-10 years. This grant will fund consultant fees and consultation event costs (venue hire, refreshments and resources).