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|18 Dec 1996||Buckie Cricket Club
|18 Dec 1996||Broomhill Lawn Tennis & Squash Club
Alterations & Improvements to Clubhouse
|18 Dec 1996||Lenzie Tennis Club
"Courts, floodlights, clubhouse works"
|18 Dec 1996||St Andrews Lawn Tennis Club
Practice wall & upgrading of courts
|18 Dec 1996||Montrose Tennis Club
Reconstruction of tennis courts
|18 Dec 1996||Giffnock Tennis & Squash Club
Floodlighting of 3 Courts
|18 Dec 1996||Abbotsford Bowling Club
Automatic sprinkler system
|17 Dec 1996||Moray Council
Towards the cost of equipment to create a multi-purpose arts facility within Elgin Library
|£23,564||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1996||Rutherglen Repertory Theatre Company
Towards the cost of mobile lighting and portable sound system
|£4,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1996||The National Youth Choir Of Scotland
Towards the cost of concert equipment, computer and office equipment
|£11,223||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1996||Sounds Of Progress
Towards the cost of various musical equipment to run workshops and performances for participants with special needs
|£7,754||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1996||Silverburn Trust, The
Towards the cost of feasibility study into new arts based facility for local community including performance and rehearsal space
|£5,450||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Dec 1996||National Museums of Scotland
Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Two silver dessert forks.
|£8,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Dec 1996||National Galleries of Scotland
Bute Bronze Andiron
|£58,300||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|17 Dec 1996||The Arts Is Magic
Towards the cost of computer equipment and chairs, photocopier, cameras, video camera, VCR and TV monitor to aid outreach work
|£2,162||Scottish Arts Council|
|12 Dec 1996||Royal British Legion Scotland, Aberdeen, Banff & Kincardine
The organisation will provide mobility aids for members to enable them to have greater access to local facilities. This three year grant will contribute to the purchase of motorised wheelchairs.
|12 Dec 1996||Angus Special Playscheme
To provide minibuses to enable disabled children to attend the playscheme. The three year grant will fund the purchase of two minibuses and associated running costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Eyemouth District Disabled Association
To improve the facilities available in a daycare centre to provide self help for elderly people with disabilities. The one year grant will be used to refurbish an existing building and purchase equipment for workshops.
|12 Dec 1996||The Advocacy Project (Scotland) Ltd
The project will support individuals with disabilities to take maximum control by providing advocacy on a one to one basis and the facilitation of self help advocacy groups. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries and training and travel for
|12 Dec 1996||W O R D S Stroke Club
To increase the membership of the club by providing weekly meetings and activities for members. The two year grant will be used for training and travel costs for staff and members, to take members on social outings and for administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||West Lothian Hospital Broadcasting Service (Radio Grapevine)
To extend the existing hospital radio service to cover local outside broadcasts and to reach two other hospitals. The three year grant will be used to purchase a vehicle and for administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care, Troon Branch
The group promotes health, well being and independence for people with arthritis. This three year grant will fund the branch's administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||East Neuk Resource Group Initiative
To develop a user led resource centre to provide services for people with mental health problems. This one year grant will fund office and kitchen equipment, training/travel and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Inverness Area Council On Alcohol
To provide a community based telephone helpline service for people of all ages. The three year grant will used to fund two staff salaries, to purchase office equipment and for office costs.
|12 Dec 1996||National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society Dingwall Branch
The group provides information and access to physiotherapy and hydrotherapy and the loan of specialised equipment to sufferers of Ankylosing Spondylitis (a progressive rheumatic disease of the spine). This three year grant will provide office equipment, m
|12 Dec 1996||Age Concern Glenrothes
To create a first aid room, provide day care services for the elderly and create secure premises. This one year grant will be used to refurbish the building.
|12 Dec 1996||Crossroads (Stirling) Care Attendant Scheme
To introduce a relief service for carers and the people they support. The three year grant will be used to employ additional staff and for training and travel costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Sanday Afternoon Club
The group provides a range of activities for the frail elderly and people with disabilities. The one year grant will be used to purchase a minibus which will also be used by the wider community.
|12 Dec 1996||Elizabeth Stenhouse Foundation
To assist the carers of people with terminal illnesses to develop support networks. The three year grant will fund the salary of a development officer, adminstration expenses and office equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Members Forum
To enable group members with physical disabilities to use computers and other equipment and to produce a newsletter. This one year grant will pay for the purchase of computers and sensory equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Equality Awareness Trainers In Disability
The organisation will provide training for people with disabilities to enable them to deliver training on disability awareness to other groups. The three year grant will pay for three staff salaries , recruitment costs, office equipment and communication
|12 Dec 1996||Age Concern Broomlands & Bourtreehill
The group will adapt existing premises into a garage for the organisation's minibus, enabling it to be used in the evenings and at weekends. The three year grant will be used to fund the cost of reburbishment and for administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||North Ayrshire Cancer Care
The group provides support services, counselling and education for cancer sufferers and their carers. The one year grant will be used towards the building costs of a new purpose built centre.
|12 Dec 1996||Revive MS Support
To improve existing services and increase the range of services the group is able to offer by refurbishing the premises. The one year grant will be used to refurbish an existing building and to pay for professional fees.
|12 Dec 1996||Border Search and Rescue Unit
The group provides mountain rescue in the lowlands of Scotland. The one year grant will be used to adapt and refurbish facilities to enable more efficient response times and access.
|12 Dec 1996||E N A B L E (Scot. Soc. For Mentally Handicapped Cumbernauld
The project will establish a multi-sensory room and provide equipment and furnishings which will be used by adults with learning difficulties to reduce stress levels. The one year grant will pay for a portacabin and the necessary equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Volunteer Centre West Lothian
To develop and extend services for volunteers with special needs across West Lothian. The three year grant will be used to employ a Volunteer Bureau Worker, to purchase office equipment and to fund part of the office expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care Hamilton
To enable the group to develop branch activities and to expand the range of services provided to people with arthritis. This three year grant will fund computer equipment, office costs and respite holiday costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Grampian Society For The Blind
To establish a Mobile Resource Centre to provide advice, information and demonstration of equipment/aids to visually impaired people living in remote rural areas. The three year grant is to purchase a purpose built trailer and tow vehicle, mobility and li
|12 Dec 1996||Ayrshire Hospice
The project will extend the hospice's provision of specialist palliative care for people in the terminal stages of cancer or Motor Neurone Disease to include day respite care, home support services, education and training for volunteers and health profess
|12 Dec 1996||Aberdeen Amputee Support Group
The group will establish a support group and supply specialised aids and equipment to amputees. The three year grant will fund four motorised wheelchairs, mobility aids, office equipment and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Radio North Angus Hospital Broadcasting Service
The organisation will develop an improved radio service for patients by providing information on health care and other appropriate services. This one year grant will fund the purchase of equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Ardgowan Hospice Limited
To provide a programme of support, information and practical help to individuals, families, partners and carers facing a recent cancer diagnosis. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries, fees for freelance workers, training/travel, office equ
|12 Dec 1996||Forth Users Network
To produce a newsletter and leaflets on mental health issues to raise awareness and provide information to members. This one year grant will fund the purchase of a computer, printer and photocopier and training/travel costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care
To deliver self-management training courses for people with arthritis throughout Scotland. The three year grant will fund one full time staff salary, part of the course facilitators' salaries and training equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Hayfield Rehabilitation Services With Deaf People Ltd
To improve the organisation's premises to provide expanded training and leisure facilities for deaf adults who have additional disabilities. The one year grant will pay for the refurbishment of the hall and gymnasium.
|12 Dec 1996||N E Fife Playfriend Scheme
To develop the scheme to provide a specialist service integrating children with special needs into mainstream playgroups. This grant over three years will fund office expenses and the training and travel costs of sessional workers and volunteers.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Association For Mental Health
To develop an information resource for those with mental illness, providing legal advice as well as information about benefits and services. The three year grant will be used to pay for four staff salaries, to purchase office equipment and for office cost
|12 Dec 1996||Parent to Parent Ltd
The group will develop one to one and group support for parents of children with special needs. This one year grant will fund training, travel and office costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Moray Association For Mental Health Co Ltd
The association will create facilities in isolated rural areas to provide support and information for people experiencing mental health problems. This three year grant will be used to employ full and part time workers to establish four drop-in centres in
|12 Dec 1996||Rosebery Centre
The group provides social and recreational activities and respite breaks for dementia sufferers and their carers. The one year grant will be used to extend the provision of respite care and activitie.
|12 Dec 1996||Glasgow East End Community Carers
To provide a support programme for carers to promote their personal health and increase their self esteem. The three year grant will pay for sessional workers, respite care, training/travel for beneficiaries and office expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Westthorn Community Food Co-op
The group provides fresh produce and advice on healthy eating to elderly and housebound people. The three year grant will pay for the purchase of a delivery van and related running costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Age Concern Counselling And Advice Service
The group provides older people with advice and information on benefits and care services as well as bereavement counselling. The three year grant will be used to employ a co-ordinator, to purchase office equipment and for running expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Govan Dementia Carers Support Group
The group will provide holiday breaks for the carers of people with dementia. The one year grant will pay for the purchase of a static caravan, equipment, mobility aids, associated office expenses and the costs of producing information.
|12 Dec 1996||Westray Auk Club
The club provides transport for elderly and disabled people to enable them to attend clubs and activities. The one year grant will be used to purchase a replacement minibus which will also be used by the wider community.
|12 Dec 1996||Papa Westray Thursday Club
The club will arrange the transport of elderly members of the community to lunch clubs and other social activities. The one year grant will be used to purchase a minibus which will also be used by the wider community.
|12 Dec 1996||Condorrat / Kilsyth Arthritis Care
To provide respite holidays at Arthritis Care centres for disabled members of the group. This three year grant will fund transportation and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Link-Up
To provide transport to club meetings and outings for deaf and hearing children. The three year grant will contribute towards transport costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Forfar Community Bus Trust
The group will purchase a minibus to enable the community to cater for the needs of disabled and elderly users. The one year grant will fund the purchase of a minibus.
|12 Dec 1996||Out Of The Darkness Theatre Company
To establish a performing arts group for people with learning disabilities developing life and theatre skills and raising awareness. The three year grant will be used to fund the salaries of two members of staff, purchase of equipment and administration c
|12 Dec 1996||Borders Deaf Club
To enable the Deaf Club to set up a deaf awareness programme and to set up a series of events and activities for deaf members. This one year grant will fund the provision of office equipment and administrative expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Quality Action Group
The group will establish a self run drop in, advice and information centre for people with learning disabilities. The three year grant will fund one staff salary refurbishment costs, office equipment and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Shopmobility Moray Ltd.
The group provides mobility aids for people with disabilities and an escort service for the visually impaired enabling them to have greater access to local facilities. The one year grant will be used to purchase two electric scooters and two electric whee
|12 Dec 1996||Harlawhill Day Centre Association
To improve the facilities in the organisation's day care centre for frail elderly people and people with dementia. This one year grant will pay for the costs of refurbishment.
|12 Dec 1996||Hansel Alliance
To expand community based services for adults with learning difficulties by setting up small support groups and providing individualised one to one support. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries, administration costs and training/travel for
|12 Dec 1996||Grampian Friends Of Arms Ltd
To provide facilities which promote or improve the quality of life for people with multiple sclerosis. This three year grant will contribute to staffing and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Parents And Carers Self-Help Group
The group offers support, advice and information to parents and carers of children with special needs. The one year grant will be used to provide equipment and outings for parents, carers and children with special needs.
|12 Dec 1996||Highland Hospice
To build a community resource centre which will provide a day hospice and education and training in specialist palliative care. This two year grant will fund the purchase of a new building, office equipment and clinical and educational equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Downs Syndrome Scotland Grampian Branch
To extend an integrated multi arts project for young adults with special needs, using workshops and performance. This three year grant will fund the fees for four part-time multi arts workers.
|12 Dec 1996||Lanark/Carluke and District Branch Arthritis Care
The group will provide training to members on self help approaches to managing arthritis. The three year grant will fund course fees and travel costs for members.
|12 Dec 1996||Ross-shire Care Scheme For Handicapped Children
The group runs a self help scheme for children with mental illness providing social and educational activities The one year grant will fund the purchase of a minibus.
|12 Dec 1996||Voluntary Action Lewis
The organisation will introduce a mobile resource unit targetting remote areas and to extend advice, information and counselling to people with disabilities and their carers. The three year grant will fund two staff salaries, an adapted vehicle, office eq
|12 Dec 1996||Fintry Driving Group R D A
To provide enhanced opportunities for disabled adults by enabling them to take part in horse carriage driving. This one year grant will fund the purchase of equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Respite Fife
To provide a befriending scheme for people with learning disabilities. The three year grant will be used to employ a project organiser, to purchase a minibus, to produce information materials and for training and office expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Mid-Fife Newstape
The group produces newspapers on audio cassette for people with a visual impairment. The grant over two years will be used to purchase high speed copiers, cassettes and for the insurance of the equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Nairn & District Holiday Playscheme
To develop a playscheme to provide year round activities for older children and young people with special needs. This three year grant will fund three part time staff salaries, training/travel costs and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Eastwood Mental Health Forum
To provide a resource centre for people with mental health difficulties and their carers. The three year grant will pay for a contribution towards the building refurbishment and two staff salaries.
|12 Dec 1996||FACES
To provide a summer holiday playscheme for children with special needs. This three year grant will fund the salaries of two part-time playleaders and administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Society For Autistic Children
Provide a therapy room and family respite accomodation and assessment centre to help develop and support clients with autism. This three year grant will fund the construction of a family residential respite unit, a multi sensory stimulation facility and f
|12 Dec 1996||Forth Valley Talking Newspaper Association
To create twin soundproof recording studios and purchase a computer to improve office systems and record keeping. This one year grant will fund refurbishment costs, office and recording equipment and adminstrative costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Caithness Mental Health Support Group
To provide a drop in centre offering a range of social, educational and leisure activities for people with mental illness. The three year grant will be used to purchase and refurbish a new building and for office equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||Cornerstone Community Care
The group will create a Community Integration Team to enable residents with disabilities to have a greater involvement in community activities. The three year grants will be used to purchase a vehicle, employ three staff and for administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Port Glasgow Voluntary Trans-port Group
To provide a transport service for elderly and disabled people in the Port Glasgow area. The three year grant will pay for the purchase of a mini bus, one part-time staff salary and equipment.
|12 Dec 1996||St Margarets Home
To provide a transport service for elderly residents of St Margarets Home. The one year grant will fund the purchase of a minibus.
|12 Dec 1996||Scottish Institute Of Human Relations
To create a dedicated child psychotherapy centre to work with individuals, families and to provide training and education in mental health issues to relevant groups working in the voluntary and statutory sectors. The one year grant will contribute towards
|12 Dec 1996||Implanted Defibrillator Association Of Scotland
The group provides support and practical help to users of implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (a means of providing shocks to restart heartbeat after a cardiac attack). This three year grant will fund grants to members for the purchase and ongoing ren
|12 Dec 1996||Monklands Youth (Rugby) Club
The group will train and educate young people on a wide variety of health related topics to enable them to act as peer leaders in health promotion. The one year grant will pay the fees of sessional workers, the costs of producing information, training/tra
|12 Dec 1996||Deafblind U.K.
To establish a user run project to raise awareness of Ushers Syndrome, a genetic condition causing deafblindness, and to identify sufferers to provide information and support. The three year grant will pay for two staff salaries, travel and training costs
|12 Dec 1996||Midlothian Befriending Scheme
To expand the provision and development of befriending support services for people with mental health problems. The three year grant will be used to employ two staff, to purchase office equipment and for office expenses.
|12 Dec 1996||Braid House Day Centre Ltd
To enable frail, elderly and housebound people to be transported to a day centre. This one year grant will be used to purchase a minibus.
|12 Dec 1996||Brookbank Outdoor Pursuits Association
To provide respite holidays for disabled people. The one year grant will be used for refurbishments at the respite accommodation, training for staff and the costs of respite breaks.
|12 Dec 1996||Bilston Senior Citizens' Care Club
A local club for elderly people encouraging members to pursue more active lifestyles. The three year grant will cover transport costs and entry fees to places of interest and will fund part of the group's administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Arthritis Care Coatbridge Branch
To meet the transport costs of taking members on respite holidays to Arthritis Care hostels. This three year grant will fund transport costs
|12 Dec 1996||Kirkcaldy Blind Social Club
To provide transport to weekly meetings and outings for visually impaired people. The one year grant will pay the transport costs for members.
|12 Dec 1996||Pain Concern (UK) Lothian Group
To provide information, education and support to chronic pain sufferers and carers. The one year grant will be used to produce information materials and part of the group's administration costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Dumbarton District Disabled Children's Forum
To expand the provision of services by providing holidays for families with disabled children at a residential caravan centre. This three year grant will provide travel costs, site fees for the caravan and associated running costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Arts For Special People Club
To develop and expand the range and quality of activities the group offers to disabled people. This one year grant will fund the fees of sessional artists, training for volunteers, arts materials and office costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Lochaber Crohns & Colitis Group
To promote awareness and provide advice and help for sufferers and their families. (Crohns and Colitis are serious bowel disorders). The three year grant will fund meetings costs and transport costs.
|12 Dec 1996||Monklands Carers Respite Group
The group provides respite and social care for elderly and infirm people. The three year grant will pay for a computer and part of the group's administration expenses.