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- Earliest award date
- 12 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 06 Feb 2019
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Developing plan for Scout hall 19 Jan 2007
44th Glasgow Scout Group's idea is to either refurbish or build a new scout hall for the wider benefit of the Kelvindale community. The idea is to undertake a community consultation/feasibility study which will investigate community usage, architectural feasibility/options appraisal, drawings and technical specification of the option considered most appropriate.
This group provides young people with opportunities for growth and personal development. The grant is for contribution towards travel to summer camp, equipment and recruitment flyers.
This group provides social and recreational activities for young people. The award will fund volunteer training and expenses, and flights and accomodation.
This group promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential. This is provided through attractive scheme of progressive training based on the Scout Promise and Law. The grant will be used to fund sporting activities including a multi-activity weekend for 32 people, 2 curling sessions, sea kayaking, camp fees, climbing, paradrop, canoeing and a catwalk sessions for 32 people.
Scout's Black Magic 01 Jul 2009
This group will purchase tents and a trailer to expand the outdoor resources available to new group members wishing to participate in camping excursions. The grant will be used to buy 8 German Black tents and a trailer.
The Great Climb 09 May 2011
The group will deliver a series of hill-walking sessions in the mountains of Scotland. The Great Climb will culminate in a three-night expedition involving the climbing of a Munro and camping in the wilderness. The grant will enable young people to receive training in hill-walking.
The group will purchase equipment and train four of its scout leaders to UKCC level 1 coaching award in order to introduce more people to the sport of Archery. The group will deliver indoor and outdoor sessions in Archery for scouts of all ages. They will also run come and try sessions for the wider community. The grant will fund UKCC level 1 training, trainer bows, targets and stands.
Growing Kelvindale 20 Mar 2014
Project Summary :_x000B_This group will consult with the wider community to determine the need for a local community venue to be available and what facilities would be needed._x000B_