Lottery grants awarded to Scotland

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66,096 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
27 Apr 2017 Oban Addictions Support and InformationService

Oban Addictions Support and InformationService

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Cre8te Opportunities Limited

Cre8te Opportunities Limited

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 STAR

STAR

£46,800 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2017 Oban Addictions Support and Information Service

Oban Addictions Support and InformationService

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Dementia Friendly East Lothian CIC

Dementia Friendly East Lothian Community Interest Company

£9,998 Big Lottery Fund
26 Apr 2017 Lyth Arts Centre

Lyth Arts Centre

£45,000 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 YES Arts Festival

YES Arts Festival 2017

£29,377 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Shona Reppe Puppets Ltd

Port Manteau

£62,590 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Keith Morrison

Hebrides Sessions ? Live Music Video and Industry Support Festival

£16,970 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Children's Classic Concerts

Children?s Classic Concerts 2017 ? 2019 Seasons

£49,050 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Oceanallover Ltd

Sea Hames

£75,654 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Edward Ross

Gamish: A Graphic History of Gaming

£16,934 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Alasdair Gray (through Canongate Books)

Dante?s Sublime Comedy: A Paraphrase in Prosaic English Rhyme ? Illustrated and translated by Alasdair Gray

£24,000 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Cromarty and Resolis Film Society

Cromarty Film Festival 201718

£17,000 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Joseph Farrell

?Tartan noir? programme, at the Pisa Book Festival 2017

£3,500 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Kate V Robertson

2017 - In Progress

£7,500 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust

The Maryhill Songbook

£4,830 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Tessa Lynch

L-Shaped Room

£8,997 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Martha Leishman

Mary of Guise

£5,230 Creative Scotland
26 Apr 2017 Perth Festival of the Arts Ltd

Perth Festival of the Arts 2017

£5,000 Creative Scotland
25 Apr 2017 Gardner Community Association

Gardner Community Association

£38,580 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Fyrish Gymnastics Club

Fyrish Gymnastics Club

£48,624 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 The Sorted Project

This project will build on the group?s current once-weekly canal boat based activity for people in recovery with addiction history and associated mental health problems. The activity will be delivered in Edinburgh, Falkirk and other locations in West Lothian and the Forth Valley. The grant will enable the purchase of a custom equipped wide beam, accessible, canal boat capable of serving 35 people at a time that will be used on a daily basis to meet a need for 'post-treatment' recovery support.

£496,543 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 Angus Independent Advocacy

This grant will be used to continue and develop the organisation's existing Citizen Advocacy project in Angus. This project works with older people and adults over 26 who are at risk of being unable to safeguard their rights because of mental ill health, a learning disability, dementia or an acquired brain injury. A development worker and senior development worker will work across Angus to identify isolated and vulnerable people who would benefit from the project, and volunteers to become citizen advocates.

£301,296 Big Lottery Fund
25 Apr 2017 OAYG

OAYG

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils Limited

Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils Limited

£47,249 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils Ltd

Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils Limited

£47,249 Big Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Bridgend Inspiring Growth

Bridgend Farm: Place, Work and Folk

£47,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Gatehouse Development Initiative

Rutherford Monument

£15,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust

King‘«÷s Seat Hillfort Archaeology Project

£56,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Shambellie House Trust

Developing Shambellie House for workshops and residential courses on photography, arts/crafts, history, environment and wildlife

£11,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 West Calder & Harburn Community Development Trust

People & Place: mapping the heritage of the West Calder area

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Ross County Foundation

Kicking Back and Discovering Our Heritage

£9,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 CLEAR Buckhaven

Buckhaven - Better Days?

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Apr 2017 Urras Eaglais na h-Aoidhe

Understanding Our Community's Past

£5,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Partners For Inclusion

Partners for Inclusion?s four year ?dM2 Ayrshire? initiative seeks to increase social opportunities offered to people with disabilities by delivering a series of events within South, North and East Ayrshire. dM2 is an organisation currently delivered by people with disabilities for people with disabilities, which aims to encourage more members to build their own peer/social groups through recreational and educational activities, with a long term view of becoming a mentor to others.

£148,872 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2017 Brian Anthony Holton

TRANSLATING YI SUN?S POETRY

£1,940 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Cherise Saywell

Cryo

£4,000 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Simon Fildes

New Screendance work and Professional Development support

£8,000 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Georgia Horgan

Research and development of practice

£5,000 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Becky Minto

World Stage Design Exhibition

£5,312 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Nicolson duo

Nicolson duo- New works

£7,012 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Ben Winger

Empty Pockets

£12,877 Creative Scotland
19 Apr 2017 Sarah Rose Graber

The Dirty Laundry Campaign

£2,910 Creative Scotland
18 Apr 2017 St Andrews Church Abroath (Havilah Project)

This funding will be used to continue the church?s successful three-hours-a-day, five-days-a-week drop-in service open to anyone who needs it. It offers food and drink ? tea, coffee, biscuits, soup and lunches ? between 12pm and 3pm. Havilah operates from Community Spirit, the community outreach venture of St Andrew?s close to the church premises in Arbroath. The church will help those suffering from isolation and challenging life circumstances.

£150,000 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 Moogety Foods Ltd

This programme aims to bring the community together through a variety of activities which focus on growing, cooking and eating healthy food. The organisation currently runs a food hub, greengrocers and two community gardens from which local people can learn about and share healthy food. A micro bakery will be established providing further opportunities for people to come together for volunteering and learning.

£146,988 Big Lottery Fund
18 Apr 2017 The Glenkens Community and Arts Trust Limited

This trust will use the grant to provide a range of activities and services, and offer volunteer opportunities for people living in the villages of New Galloway, Dalry and Balmaclellan which are located within a three-mile radius of each other. The opportunities are open to all but will target specifically older people, carers, disabled people and low income families.

£148,772 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2017 City of Edinburgh Council

Creative Spaces Edinburgh Project

£10,000 Creative Scotland
14 Apr 2017 The Gorbals Youth Run Drop in Cafe

The cafe will use the funding for sessional staff to run a Summer Safety street work programme in 2017. The programme will enable the group to engage with young people who are hard to reach or difficult to work with.

£9,977 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Newcastleton & District Community Trust

This funding will be used to build an unmanned fuel forecourt at the the front of a new community hub in the village of Newcastleton in the Scottish Borders. The site formerly a disused petrol station will be cleared and a new community hub erected to the rear with the unmanned fuel forecourt to the front of the site, planning permission has been secured for the project and the site will retain the fuel pump operating licence.

£320,000 Big Lottery Fund
12 Apr 2017 Glasgow Life

Glasgow Mela 2017 and 2018

£49,471 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Skyedance

Skyedance

£32,350 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Ian Stephen

A Circumnavigation

£18,750 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Bloody Scotland (The Caledonian Crime Wrinting Festival)

Bloody Scotland Crime Writing Festival

£32,000 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Kenny Inglis

Kenny Inglis ? Trailer Music (Volume One)

£20,000 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Take One Action Films Festivals

Take One Action Film Festivals

£60,000 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Plutot la Vie

Clown Cabaret Scratch Night

£21,758 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Gillebride MacMillan

Gach Oidhch? is La (Each Night and Day)

£6,000 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Ross Ainslie

Sanctuary

£13,278 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Iain Shamus McPhee

Hidden Treasures

£13,061 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Glasgow Repertory Company

?These Headstrong Women? Season

£10,000 Creative Scotland
12 Apr 2017 Bob Moyler

Hacking The Android Circuit

£5,425 Creative Scotland
11 Apr 2017 New Galloway Community Enterprises Limited

To purchase the only remaining village shop and attached house, refurbish the shop to create a community shop and convert the residential accommodation into self-catering holiday units.

£809,810 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Stranraer Millennium Centre Community Trust

To refurbish and extend the current Millennium Centre in Stranraer to create a flexible space incorporating a caf?, office space, multi-purpose space for community activities, a dance/fitness studio and recording space.

£1,085,000 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2017 Federation of Scottish Theatre

Sector Development 2017-18

£210,000 Creative Scotland
11 Apr 2017 Cultural Enterprise Office

Sector Development 2017-18

£337,000 Creative Scotland
11 Apr 2017 Culture Republic

Sector Development 2017-18

£350,000 Creative Scotland
11 Apr 2017 Creative Carbon Scotland

Sector Development 2017-18

£150,000 Creative Scotland
11 Apr 2017 Arts & Business Scotland

Sector Development 2017-18

£200,000 Creative Scotland
10 Apr 2017 Healthy n Happy

To develop an existing community hub called Number 18 in Rutherglen allowing it to house a community caf?, a home to Camglen community radio, a multi use events space, flexible use rooms, IT/internet access, retail and community art, music and culture space and local information displays.

£749,404 Big Lottery Fund
10 Apr 2017 Cassiltoun Housing Association

This group supports the community in Nitshill, Priesthill and Househillwood by providing a range of community activities based around Levernwood Hall (a former community centre) in Nitshill, Glasgow. The group will use the funding to recruit a coordinator develop activities for the wider community and to link with local projects and services. The club will also refurbish the hall to make improvements to the toilet facilities and to repair a leaking window.

£139,217 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 The Welcoming Association

The Welcoming Association

£6,640 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 The Welcoming Association

This organisation provides support and activities for migrant and refugee communities in Edinburgh. This project will provide weekly creative workshops and monthly specialist creative workshops.

£6,640 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Familyman Playgroup

This playgroup runs weekly and is aimed at fathers and male figures in children?s lives. The funding will allow the group to expand the variety of activities that they offer.

£8,727 Big Lottery Fund
7 Apr 2017 Cairndow Community Childcare Limited

To develop a new-build childcare facility and community resource centre at the brownfield Clachan Sawmill site at the head of Loch Fyne. The new facility will provide a dedicated and self-contained childcare facility with both indoor and outdoor space, a separate active play facility (both indoor and outdoor) and a community room for let.

£1,050,000 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Village Hall Harthill & District

Village Hall (Harthill & District)

£9,780 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Mind Your Head

This funding will be used to support adults 18 years and over living in the Shetlands experiencing mental ill health and well-being issues. Participants will be able to access a range of support services aimed at improving their mental well and their day to day functioning, as well as developing/improving their resilience and coping mechanism. Activities will include one to one support and a planned programme of activities including walking, dog walking, baking and cookery.

£149,235 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Health All Round

This group will use the funding to employ a Befriending/Development Worker to support older people in South West Edinburgh so that they can participate more with community life. The group aims for its work to be intergenerational and to address issues of isolation and loneliness through the promotion of positive contact between people from different generations. The Worker will be responsible for developing the core activities and managing a group of volunteer befrienders.

£53,353 Big Lottery Fund
6 Apr 2017 Barrhead Netball Club

This club will use the funding for netball equipment, admin supplies, coach education fees and coaching fees to allow them to expand their club.

£6,882 Sport Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Scottish Waterways Trust

Scottish Waterways Trust

£9,940 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Ardenglen Social Committee

This association provides a range of activities for the local community operating out of their Maureen Cope Community Hall. The activities include gardening, sewing, IT/Digital, cookery, intergenerational groups, men's groups, women?s groups, first aid sessions, a support group for lone parents, and activities that encourage the use of English if English is the participant?s second language.

£145,740 Big Lottery Fund
5 Apr 2017 Eilean Eisdeal

Easdale Island Arts Programme 2017

£5,227 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Craignish Village Hall

Craignish Village Hall Arts Programme 2017-18

£10,000 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Duo van Vliet (Ian Anderson)

Duo van Vliet album release

£2,600 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Farah Saleh

Gesturing Refugees

£5,746 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Sylvia Dow

STUFF

£3,970 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 IberoDocs, Ibero-American Documentary film Festival Scotland

IberoDocs 2017_Ibero-American Documentary Film Festival in Scotland 4th Edition

£3,500 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Chrys Salt

Skookum Jim and The Coast Frog

£4,585 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Alex Moran

Quiet as a Mouse ? Completion and Self Release of Debut Album

£1,785 Creative Scotland
5 Apr 2017 Martin O? Connor

Research and Development

£8,900 Creative Scotland
4 Apr 2017 Culture Republic

Sector Development 2016-17

£350,000 Creative Scotland
4 Apr 2017 Tranent & District Community Sports Club

Polson Pavillion Project

£50,000 Sport Scotland
4 Apr 2017 Westdyke Community Club

Lawsondale Sports Centre Development

£200,000 Sport Scotland
4 Apr 2017 Lovat Shinty Club

Changing Pavilion

£80,000 Sport Scotland
4 Apr 2017 Peebles Lawn Tennis Club

Courts and Facilities Development

£40,000 Sport Scotland
4 Apr 2017 Aboyne Tennis Club

New courts and Lights

£50,000 Sport Scotland
3 Apr 2017 The Wise Group

The Wise Group

£515,123 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Southside Housing Association Limited

In partnership with the Nan Mckay Hall, Southside Housing Association will improve the quality of life for Pollokshields residents through the development of a new community hub to replace the fifty year old temporary classroom building that currently serves as the Nan Mckay Hall. This will act as a catalyst for wider community regeneration.

£1,184,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 The Wise Group

The project will provide support to men serving short-term custodial sentences in prison and to those who have received Community Pay Back Orders. It will specifically work with men with a history of offending before, during and after release providing a tailored package of support which will include being assigned to a peer mentor. The group will also work closely with Scottish Association for Mental Health, Turning Point Scotland and Families Outside.

£515,123 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2017 Reachout with Arts in Mind

This group will support people experiencing mental ill health, learning difficulties and physical difficulties through an Expressive Arts programme. The programme will be delivered in tandem with Integrated Mental Health/Adult/Youth Services who will provide accessible creative opportunities, confidence building workshops, and 1:1 practical and emotional support. Participants will also be able to develop and work in a community garden and sell/exhibit/perform at community events.

£148,409 Big Lottery Fund