- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 12 Jan 2007
- Latest award date
- 18 Dec 2007
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Healthy Living Bistro 27 Jul 2007
This group currently support vulnerable members of the community such as the homeless, carers and those with physical and learning difficulties by providing a healthy living initiative in Port Glasgow and Greenock. They intend to extend this service by refurbishing and developing a property into a healthy living bistro. The grant will pay for a business consultant to put together a feasibility study and sketch proposals to establish if a healthy eating bistro is a viable and sustainable option.
The group promote the enjoyment of and participation in the activity of hill walking. Award given to buy_x000B_digital projector.
This new group provides educational opportunities for people in the Foxlea area. The award will cover transport costs, refreshment costs and entrance fees.
This group represent the views of the local community to the local authority and initiates projects at a local level. Award to buy laptop, printer and associated software.
This Edinburgh based group promote the enjoyment of and participation in the sport of lawn tennis. Award to provide tennis court hire, tennis balls and eight tennis racquets.
This group provide and encourage among young people a practical interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force. Grant to provide tents, rucksacks, day packs, compasses, sleeping bags, trenching tools, map covers, mess tins, eating utensils and water carriers.
This group provide education and supervised play to young children in the Polmont area of Falkirk. Funding to cover the cost of impact absorbing playground surfacing and outside play equipment.
This group provides a local food coop facility for the community of North Motherwell. Award given for a computer and associated software, a cash register, scales, a computer workstation, storage cupboard, a display board and a printer.
This group encourages the study of landscape and natural history of the North West Highlands. Award will pay for archaeologist fees, excavation finds analysis, accommodation and refreshments.
This group provides social and educational activities for adults in the Falkirk area. Grant to pay for accommodation, training materials and transport.
The group organise and run the local gala week and provide a range of social and recreational activities. The award will cover stage hire, band hire, horse & carriage hire, venue hire, portable toilet hire, bunting, carnival ride hire, taster sessions at the local ski & activity centre.
This group provides extra-curricular events and activities for children attending Kirklandneuk Primary School, their parents and the teachers. The grant will pay for the creation of a fitness trail and two seater planters.
This group promote the interests of the inhabitants of North Uist. Award given to pay sessional staff and cover marketing costs.
This group promote the exploration of the countryside by organising regular group walks. Awary will pay for DVD production and transport costs.
This new group provides opportunities for young people aged 8-16 years to learn more about people from other countries. The strategies, plans and local projects that have been put in place to enhance community spirit, culture and race relations within their inner city housing estates and communities are also expained. Award to cover costs of accommodation, food, transport, excursions and insurance.
This new group provides support and information for Chinese people affected by cancer in Scotland. Grant to provide sessional worker costs and recruitment, travel costs and mobile phone.
The group provide social and recreational opportunities for women in the local area. Funding will cover; tutor costs, IT training costs, arts and crafts materials, digital camera, printer, paper and ink, entrance costs for visits, transport costs, refreshments.
This group promote extra curricular sport and fitness activities to attendees of Tynecastle High School in Edinburgh. Grant to provide for professional coaching fees, transport costs, smoothie makers, fitness mats, swiss balls, dance mats and venue hire.
This group provide access to the arts for members of the public using hospital services in the NHS Lothian area. The award will cover professional fees, materials, sessional staff, volunteer expenses and publication costs.
This group aims to conserve, regenerate and promote the restoration of native woodlands in the geographical region of the Borders. Award will pay for nine interpretation boards.