Lottery grants awarded to Scotland in 1999

3,302 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
23 Dec 1999 Scottish United Services Museum

Medals - Major General David Stewart of Garth - Acquisition

£45,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Dec 1999 Fablevision

Towards the cost of training workshop programmes linked to productions; and holiday/schools programmes

£17,000 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Project Ability

Towards the cost of 12-month research project exploring ways to involve people with profound disabilities in the visual arts

£3,065 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Crawford Arts Centre (St Andrews) Ltd

Towards the cost of series of artist-led workshops in visual art and craft media working with people with special needs

£15,860 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Dundee College

Towards the cost of dance development project encouraging access and particpation and removal of barriers for disadvantaged groups

£29,999 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Lochgelly Brass Band

Towards the cost of brass and percussion instruments and equipment for use in teaching, rehearsals and performances

£35,651 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Levern Valley Partnership

Towards the cost of pilot arts workshop project to reduce isolation, improve parent/child interaction encourage learning

£9,394 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Young Miracle Productions

Towards the cost of commission from BBC2 10x10 a short film "Daddy's Girl"

£20,000 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Glasgow Alliance - Greater Pollock SIP

Towards the cost of providing extensive range of arts, music and video workshops over 10 weeks throughout Greater Pollock area

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Clackmannanshire Strategic Alliance SIP

Towards the cost of drama based combined arts project for young people promoting social inclusion by exploring local issues

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council
16 Dec 1999 Capital City Partnership Ltd

Towards the cost of encouraging cross area, city-wide working on community arts

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council
14 Dec 1999 Glasgow Film And Video Workshop

Towards the cost of Cineworks funding 5 short films during 2000

£59,786 Scottish Arts Council
14 Dec 1999 Scottish Screen

Towards the cost of Tartan Shorts, an opportunity for emergent film-making talent to produce short films at professional standards

£45,000 Scottish Arts Council
14 Dec 1999 Antonine Films Ltd

Towards the cost of short film award scheme funding for a series of 4 to 6 low budget short films

£60,000 Scottish Arts Council
14 Dec 1999 Angus Council

Gateway to the Glens, Kirremuir

£73,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Dec 1999 University of Dundee

Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue

£34,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Dec 1999 Fearn Abbey & Nigg Chapelhill Parish

Fearn Abbey - Repair

£99,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Dec 1999 East Dunbartonshire Council, Auld Kirk Museum

Auld Kirk Museum, Kirkintilloch - Development

£142,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Dec 1999 Secretary of the University Court, Glasgow

Scottish Theatre Archive Cataloguing Project

£71,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Dec 1999 National Galleries of Scotland

Duff House Candelabra

£88,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
13 Dec 1999 Hebridean Trust

Treshnish Isles - acquisition

£213,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 St Andrews East Parish Church, Glasgow

St Andrews East Parish Church, Glasgow - Repairs

£99,800 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 Glasgow Building Preservation Trust

New Wellpark, Glasgow - Refurbishment

£431,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 Kirk Session of St Giles Church, Elgin

St Giles' Church, Elgin - Refurbishment

£56,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 St Andrews Harbour Trust

St Andrews Harbour - Restoration

£350,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 Kirk Session of St Marys Parish Church, Whitekirk

St Mary's Parish Church, Whitekirk - Repairs

£195,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 Learning and Teaching Scotland

Sustainable Development in Scottish Secondary Schools

£248,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
10 Dec 1999 West Lothian Out of School Care Network

The project will create 40 before school places, 300 after school places and 170 holiday club places, a total of 510 places, for children aged 5 - 14. The places will be provided in areas of social disadvantage and 32 local schools will be served.

£122,036 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Ashgrove After School Club

The grant will be used to create 16 after school places for children aged 5 - 7. The project will operate in the Ashgrove area. The school served will be Ashgrove Infant School.

£304 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar

The project will create 40 after school places for children aged 5-11. The project will be situated in a rural area of Stornoway. The school served will be Stornoway Primary School.

£7,666 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Little Teddies Nursery

The grant will be used to set up after-school and holiday clubs of 8 places each for children aged 6-8 years. The project will be situated in the isolated, rural area of Stornoway which is lacking in this type of provision. School served will be Laxdale

£7,278 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Crosshouse out of School Group

The grant will be used to set up an after-school and holiday club, each of 24 places, for children aged 4-12. The project will be situated in Ayrshire. School served will be Crosshouse Primary School.

£35,200 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 OLA Out Of School Care

The grant will be used to provide an additional 16 before school places and to set up a 16 place holiday club for children aged 5-14, creating a total of 32 new places. The project will be situated in Glasgow. School served will be O.L.A Primary School.

£7,500 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Meldrum After School Klub

The grant will be used to set up a before, after school and holiday club each for 18 children, creating a total of 54 places for children aged 4-14. The project will be situated in Aberdeenshire. School served will be Meldrum School.

£23,825 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Rosemount Cybercentre Limited

The grant will be used to set up a 16 place before, 16 after-school and 16 holiday club, creating a total of 48 integrated places for children aged 9-15. The project will be situated in a rural area of Dollar, Clackmannanshire. Schools served will be St

£33,782 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Bonnyrigg After School Club

The grant will be used to create 20 before school childcare places for children aged 5-11. The project will operate in Bonnyrigg. Schools served will be Bonnyrigg Primary School and St Mary's Primary School.

£4,630 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Thurso Recreation Education and Timeout Scheme

The grant will be used to extend existing provision by 8 after school places and 8 holiday places for children aged 5-14 years old. The project will be situated in a rural area. Schools served will be Miller Academy, Mount Pleasant School and Pennyland

£7,516 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Inverbrothock Out of School Care Club

The grant will be used to set up 24 after-school places and 24 holiday places, creating a total of 48 places for children aged between 5-11. The project will be situated in a urban area of Arbroath. Schools served will be Inverbrothock and Environs Prima

£15,192 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Fun Factory Out of School Club

The grant will be used to set up an after school and holiday clubs, each of 24 places, for children aged 5-11. The project will be situated in an urban area in Dundee. School served will be Park Place Primary School.

£27,371 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Childcare Connections Limited

The project will provide 90 before school, 130 after school, 130 holiday and 90 weekend places, which will cater for children aged 5-14.The places will be created by establishing 3 new childcare facilities. The places will be delivered in a recognised are

£142,678 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Rothesay Playgroup

The grant will be used to set up 20 before school, 20 after school and 20 holiday places for children aged 5-14. The project will be situated on the Isle of Bute and will serve Rothesay Primary, St Andrew's Primary and North Bute Primary School.

£2,343 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1999 Bluebell Drop In

The grant will be used to create before, after school and holiday childcare provision, each of 16 places for children aged 5-11. The project will operate in the Dicks Hill area of Stranraer. School served will be Park Primary School.

£32,944 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 1999 Comman Eachdraidh Sgeireadh

This project will enable Skerray Historical Association to develop an archived history of Skerray and the surrounding area. The archive will be generally accessible to the local community and visitors, and also be used for public exhibitions and displays.

£55,551 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Easthall/Wellhouse Transport Scheme

This project will enable the continuation of a low cost, locally accessible community transport scheme in Greater Easterhouse, through the provision of new minibuses. The one year capital grant will fund the purchase of two minbuses.

£57,781 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Abriachan Village Hall

This project will enable the Hall to extend and improve its service to the local community by constructing an extension with improved kitchen and storage facilities, and provide a car park and improved access facilities. The one year grant will fund the e

£67,750 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Midlothian Women's Aid

This project will establish outreach provision throughout Midlothian, extending its current service to women and families who have experienced domestic abuse, and improving accessibility to the service for women living in communities outwith the Dalkeith

£85,342 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Traquair Village Hall Management Committee

This project will refurbish, upgrade and establish disabled facilities in a community village hall within a recognised socially disadvantaged rural area of the Scottish Borders. The one year grant will refurbish key areas within the village hall and build

£32,724 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Kingsbarns Memorial Hall

This project will enable the organisation to refurbish the village hall and provide disabled access. This will enable a greater variety of groups and individuals to make use of the facilities. The one year grant will fund the costs of refurbishment and t

£128,500 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Duns Youth Centre

This project will advance the education and provide benefits to young people through enabling them to access high quality and appropriate youth provision. The project will provide staffing and appropriate administration to promote volunteering and provi

£172,544 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Dalriada Celtic Heritage Trust

This project will provide a Gaelic resource centre and training courses in the Gaelic language and culture. The three year grant will fund a part-time salary, purchase computer equipment and software, tutors' fees, training and travel costs for beneficiar

£40,186 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Larkhall and District Volunteer Group

This project will provide a community transport scheme, supporting a range of local voluntary organisations, particularly those working with people with disabilities, mobility problems and the elderly. The three year grant will fund the purchase of a mini

£40,756 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Ladybird Developmental Group

This project will enable the organisation to develop the provision of pre-school care for children with special needs and develop a support group for parents. The three year grant will fund 2 full-time 3 part-time salaries, office equipment, training for

£95,917 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Ednam Village Hall

This project will provide a new, fully equipped village hall for a range of community activities and thereby strengthening community identity. The one year grant will fund the building and refurbishment of the hall.

£254,960 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Highland Advice and Information Network

This Project Will Enable The Network To Improve The Provision Of Money Advice Throughout The Highland Area, By Providing Additional Training, Information And Advice To The Nine Independent Voluntary Sector Advice Agencies Operating In The Area. The Servic

£83,461 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Carinish & District Village Hall

This project will renovate and extend the village hall for use by the community. The hall will strengthen the local voluntary sector by providing a meeting space for voluntary groups and encouraging networking between groups. The organisation also plans

£300,630 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Leverburgh Village Hall

This project will enable the community to have a modern meeting place through the provision of a new village hall. The one year grant will fund building construction, professional fees, statutory consents and equipment.

£237,591 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Wartle Community Association

This project will build an annex onto an existing hall in which adequate kitchen, toilet and disabled facilities will be housed. This will enable the local, rural community to make use of its only community facility which is currently closed due to lack

£68,500 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Lochranza & Catacol Village Hall

This project is to demolish and rebuild an existing village hall in order to maintain a wide range of community based activities, including pre-school playgroups and adult education opportunities. The one year grant will pay for building construction and

£222,414 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Belhelvie Parish Church

This project will provide a community facility for a dispersed rural community that lacks adequate community facilities. The one year grant will fund building construction costs.

£87,334 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 The Currie Memorial Hall

This project will construct and refurbish a community village hall within an isolated and disadvantaged area of the Scottish Borders. The building will be a focus for community led activities and play a central role in promoting shared activities. The on

£90,575 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Moray Voluntary Service Organisation

This Project Will Develop The Volunteer Bureau Serving Moray. This Will Enable The Body To Develop Volunteering By Recruiting Dedicated Staff To Work With Local Voluntary And Statutory Agencies. It Will Also Develop Innovative Volunteer Programmes For D

£111,493 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Drymen Village Hall Committee

This project will upgrade a community hall which is the focal point for community activities within a recognised socially disadvantaged rural area. A new kitchen, toilet for people with disabilities and external work will be completed. The one year grant

£91,720 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Home-Start Kincardine

This project will extend a Home Start service to a new, rural area within North Kincardineshire by employing a new worker to establish the extended service. The three year grant will fund equipment costs, a part-time salary, extend the hours of 2 existin

£62,074 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Midlothian Voluntary Action

This Project Will Develop An Accessible Base For Local Voluntary Organisations. The Premises Will Provide Opportunities For Sharing Resources, Training And A Meeting Space For Local Groups, As Well As Space For Lothian-Wide Organisations To Operate When

£154,472 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Margach Hall Committee

This project will upgrade a village hall within an isolated rural area with few facilities. The project will result in the hall being more comfortable and hospitable use by the local community. The one year grant will pay for the refurbishment of the vil

£8,056 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 The Gourock Community Trust

This Grant Will Allow The Organisation To Establish A Base In Gourock. It Will Allow The Organisation To Facilitate Community Involvement In The Decision Making Of The Scottish Parliament, Through The Operation Of An Internet Access Point And The Creatio

£44,318 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Shawlands Out of School Care

This project will enhance the capacity of the organisation to provide quality care for school age children whose parent are in employment, further education or training. The one year grant will fund the provision of IT equipment for administration and edu

£13,590 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Monklands Befriending Initiative

This project will consolidate and develop a range of support services for vulnerable older people facing social isolation by using local volunteer befrienders. The three year grant will fund the salaries of 1 full-time and 1 part-time post, office equipme

£115,099 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Pavillion (Greater Easterhouse)

This project will provide an alcohol and drug free youth cafe facility for 11-17 year olds in the Blairtummock area of Easterhouse, through which young people will have access to an information library, workshops and a range of educational and recreationa

£82,807 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Coach House Trust

This project involves the purchase and refurbishment of premises from which training will be provided to people with long-term mental health difficulties and addiction problems. The training provided will include personal and social development vocation

£325,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Cothrom Limited

This project will broaden the provision of basic adult education opportunities by providing core skills courses for adults currently excluded through lack of confidence or poor basic education. The project will be extended to Berneray Barra Eriskay and

£194,547 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Durness Parish Hall Trustees

This project will fund the construction of a new village hall to serve the local community. The one year grant will pay for the construction costs of the new hall and associated professional fees.

£300,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Path (Scotland)

This project will encourage individuals from ethnic minority backgrounds to seek employment within housing. This will be achieved through providing a high quality training and support programme for up to 24 trainees. The three year grant will part fund o

£78,951 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Multiple Sclerosis Action Strathclyde

This project will enable the purchase of a people carrier in order to provide a transport service to people with Multiple Sclerosis in Strathclyde. This service will provide increased access to a range of services offered by the Multiple Sclerosis Therap

£73,361 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Angus Mental Health Association

This Organisation Will Establish A Project To Make Contact With People Isolated In Angus And Suffering From Mental Health Problems. The Project Will Work In Rural Areas And Develop Appropriate Individual And Group Strategies To Combat Disadvantage. The T

£92,242 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Home from Home (Scotland) Limited

This project will establish a furniture recycling facility in the Clydebank area of West Dunbartonshire. The three year grant will fund the salary costs of a full-time Driver/Storekeeper, a full-time Co-ordinator a full-time Secretary recruitment costs, o

£150,586 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Lochaber Citizens Advice Bureau

This project will enable the Bureau to strengthen its welfare rights service by targeting particularly vulnerable groups including the frail elderly housebound and people with mental health difficulties. It will do so by increasing its capacity to carry

£52,187 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 East End Respite Care Group

This project will provide a package of respite services and training to families and carers in the East End, who are experiencing stress, crisis and isolation. The three year grant will fund the salary of a full-time Training/Development Worker, office tr

£226,899 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 First Link

This Project Will Provide A Free Publication To The Parents Of Nursery And Primary School Children Throughout Scotland. The Publication Will Facilitate Discussion On A Range Of Child And Family Related Issues And Provide A Link Between School, Home And O

£116,136 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Upper Barvas Playground Committee

This project will ensure that children have a safe environment to play in through the provision of a new playground and equipment. The one year grant will fund ground preparation for a playground and play equipment.

£28,672 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Farr Edge 2000

This Project Will Enable The Organisation To Set Up A Parent And Toddler Group And A Young Teen Club To Provide Group Play Activities For Pre-School Age Children And Their Parents/Carers And A Safe Meeting Place For School Age Children. General Social And

£60,821 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Erskine Heritage Trust

Erskine Training & Resource Centre

£240,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Dec 1999 Mayfield & Easthouses Youth 2000 Project

The project will provide and establish a community based youth facility through the involvement, ideas and initiative of local young people and provide opportunities for educational and social development and leisure activities. The three year grant will

£216,813 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Cambuslang Out of School Care Project

This project will provide an out of school care service, including a range of recreational and educational activities for children from low income and lone parent families. The three year grant will fund the recruitment costs and salaries of 5 part-time s

£172,557 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Lothian Centre For Integrated Living

This project will promote and extend a peer counselling service for disabled people previously funded by the Board. The project will increase the numbers of people counselled each year and pilot new services such as family counselling and telephone coun

£341,868 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Planning Aid For Scotland

This Project Will Provide An Accessible Scotland-Wide Training Programme, Delivered By Local Volunteers, Offering Information, Support And Advice On Planning Issues To Urban And Rural Communities. It Will Encourage People To Be More Involved In Community

£143,664 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Powerful Partnerships

This Project Will Enable This New Organisation To Recruit Citizen Advocates To Work On A One-To-One Basis With People With Learning Disabilities, At Risk Of Isolation And Exclusion From The Local Community. The Advocates Will Be Based In The Community An

£179,598 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Special Needs Information Point

This project will expand the information and advice services available to parents of children with special needs particularly by providing an outreach service to parents' groups and individual parents an extended telephone helpline service and greater a

£102,755 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Creetown Youth & Community Hall Management Committee

This project will allow the organisation to undertake structural repairs and refurbishment work to the village hall, increasing the capacity of the hall to meet the changing needs of the local community. The one year grant will fund structural repairs, re

£26,611 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 South Edinburgh Amenities Group

This project will develop an existing NLCB funded project by extending the capacity of the wheelchair accessible minibuses and their availability, enabling disabled people to be involved in their local community. The three year grant will fund 2 full-time

£125,328 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Lothian Association Of Youth Clubs

This project will develop an existing project to support young ex-offenders or those who are socially excluded and likely to re-offend or enter criminal activity. The project will provide a range of individual and group activities including an adventure

£284,985 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Lothian Anti Poverty Alliance

This project will establish an information service on poverty and funding related issues, the focus of which will be a website and quarterly detailed briefings on policy issues, produced in collaboration with the Scottish Poverty Information Unit. The thr

£122,920 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Community Contact

This Project Will Develop An Existing Project By Providing A New Visiting Service For Elderly People, Dementia Sufferers And Their Carers. This Visiting Service Will Provide One To One Support With Both Practical And Emotional Issues. The Project Will Al

£70,746 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Machars Information Services

This project will assist the organisation to develop a range of outreach advice and advocacy services that will combat rural isolation and disadvantage. It will also increase skills and confidence through supported access to certificated IT training and

£188,426 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Rural And Urban Training Scheme Ltd

This project will develop a structured pre-vocational training course in practical motor vehicle mechanics and general workshop practice designed to offer young people the opportunity to experience a working environment develop appropriate social skills

£170,425 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Vocal - Voice of Carers Across Lothian

This project will develop the currently funded carers advocacy service by expanding the service to include counselling and peer support for carers as well as a range of publications and training opportunities. The project will also increase the number of

£129,315 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Stable Life

This project will develop upon a previous NLCB grant to establish a Befriending Scheme. The project aims to provide a half-way house, involving one-to-one support, befriending and group work. It will also expand the geographical catchment area to includ

£132,797 Community Fund
9 Dec 1999 Wellington Pre 5 Nursery, Playgroup and Out of School Care

This project will increase the range of activities and services being offered to children, staff and parents of the playgroup through the acquisition of new computers, play equipment and formal training for staff members. The one year grant will fund the

£4,596 Community Fund
8 Dec 1999 Scottish Community Foundation

The Scottish Community Foundation is offering 300 Awards of around -3000 to young people aged 14 to 25 years in Scotland who are disadvantaged disaffected or socially excluded. Award winners will plan and design their own community projects that raise awa

£1,169,185 Millennium Commission
7 Dec 1999 Dundee City Council

Baxter Park, Dundee

£3,252,000 Heritage Lottery Fund