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- Earliest award date
- 15 Jan 2017
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2017
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This group will use the funding to celebrate the club’s 30th anniversary year through a special group trip to Lake Windermere and a camera to capture the trip. This funding will also enrich the group’s regular activities through the provision of a new sound system and projector screen which will be used to run activities such as film nights and gentle exercise classes.
Whitlawburn Community Resource Centre 14 Dec 2017
The group will be able to refurbish this well used centre both externally and internally which will allow even more local people to use the range of services and activities run from there. The group will also be able to recruit two new staff members to develop a new programme of events.
This funding will be used to support the groups network for people and families affected by epilepsy living in Lanarkshire. Funded activities will build on piloted online and face to face support, by establishing small local peer support groups in conjunction with some larger events and group meetings. In doing so, the group will reduce the isolation many people living with epilepsy experience and remove the barriers many face when seeking support.
This project use the funding to provide opportunities for young children to experience more ‘real’ play away from computer screens. Activities will all utilise affordable resources and encourage parent and child interaction. Groups of interested parents will then, following the ‘Retro Play Days’ be supported to develop self-sustaining future play events at their school.
With the Kids we Are All United 02 May 2017
This group are a locally run youth project managed by volunteers who provide diversionary youth work and learning in the Cambuslang area. This project will fund a sports based activity programme including the purchase of sports equipment and an outdoor residential course. The project will also fund a youth diversion programme including a range of workshops and trips.
Get on board during the school holidays 31 May 2017
This organisation will use the funding to deliver a programme of activities for young people over the school holidays for the next twelve months including a trip to Blackpool, Blair Drummond Safari Park and Edinburgh Dungeons.
This funding will allow the Trust to commission detailed designs and tender documentation for the conversion of the sawmill buildings within Castlebank Park into a community hub. The trust have completed a new feasibility design for the conversion of this derelict building into a community run volunteering and training centre.
Craft Club 01 Nov 2017
This funding will allow the organisation to develop their new weekly Craft Club which supports people with Dementia and also people who have mental health issues.
Coalburn One Stop Shop 19 Dec 2017
This group will employ a community development worker to create and develop a programme of services and activities which will be identified by the local community. These activities will cover six themes including health and wellbeing, quality of life and employment and skills.
Westburn Youth Project 19 Dec 2017
This group provides a range of activities for young people aged between five and 17 years of age. The award will allow them to take they youngsters on a series of outings.
Mobile Mens Shed 20 Jun 2017
This group will develop a three year ‘Mobile Men’s Shed’ programme through their ‘Seniors Together’ partnership which will be delivered across South Lanarkshire, focussing on Rutherglen, Cambuslang, Hamilton, Blantyre, East Kilbride and Strathaven. The programme will help to reduce feelings of loss, isolation and loneliness amongst older men in these communities by establishing new men’s shed groups.
Agape Café and Wellbeing Centre 22 Aug 2017
This group offers a flexible approach to promoting positive well-being by offering a variety of activities and services for babies, young people, families, adults experiencing challenging times and older people within the community. The funding will allow the organisation to open a new shop/community hub within East Kilbride town centre which will improve access to activities and services.
This funding will allow the group to establish their wellness centre and provide classes free of charge to young people living in the Larkhall area.
This club based in East Kilbride meet weekly to provide peer support for people affected by mental health issues and to offer a safe haven for people to participate in relaxation therapies. The funding will allow the organisation to purchase equipment to improve the experience of the people attending the club.
This organisation supports ethnic minority groups across Lanarkshire. The funding will allow them to run a programme of exercise classes to promote health and wellbeing.
Grant to Lesmahagow Old People Welfare Committee 04 Aug 2017
Help us include & involve older residents in village life, giving them a wee treat & a day out to enjoy different surroundings & company.