Lottery grants awarded to Edinburgh in 1999

246 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 Capital City Partnership Ltd

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

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council
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
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 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 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
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
30 Nov 1999 World War II Veterans Central Branch RBLS

This group provides support, advice and social opportunities for war veterans. The grant will be used to purchase a standard cover, carrier and gloves and to fund the costs of an outing.

£775 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Pilton 50 Plus Video Group

This group provides opportunities for older people to articulate their views and enable them to receive improved services from statutory and private bodies. The grant will be used to fund the costs of broadcast camera hire, hire of an edit suite and a ses

£4,710 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Lothian Branch Scotland of the Parachute Regimental Associat

This group organises functions and activities to enable members to continue associations formed during their service with the parachute regiment. The grant will be used to fund the costs of hire of bands, venue, transport, printing and medical cover.

£2,259 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 St Andrew's Ambulance Association - Edinburgh Newington

This group provides first aid cover at public events and training opportunities for people to become skilled in first aid. The grant will be used to purchase an overhead projector, projection screen, flipchart and accessories, manikins, blankets, a wheelc

£3,215 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Inch Wednesday Club for Disabled Elderly Housebound

This group is established to redress the isolation experienced by elderly disabled housebound persons through the provision of understanding, company and entertainment. The grant will be used to assist with the costs of funding outings and events.

£1,280 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Niddrie 2000 Community Radio Station

This group provides a community broadcasting service and training facilities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase a license and to fund the costs of publicity, marketing and volunteer expenses.

£284 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 City of Edinburgh Open Award Group

This group provides opportunities for young people to take up the challenge of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award. The grant will be used to purchase expedition equipment and to fund training and travel expenses.

£2,423 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Calton Welfare Services Project

This group provides welfare advice and an information service for older people. The grant will be used to purchase games equipment and to fund publicity materials, a Christmas event, outings and training.

£2,000 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 St Mary's Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase a fridge, hob and oven and to fund new flooring and decorating costs.

£3,896 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Gorgie Dalry Partnership

This group provides a safe and secure environment for young people between 10 and 15 years to undertake a variety of activities in sport, art and social education. The grant will be used to fund the costs of transport, accommodation, food, instruction and

£3,292 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Moredun Care in the Community Group

This group provides a drop in facility and social activiites for local elderly and disabled people. The grant will be used to fund printing and distribution costs.

£1,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 1999 Time Lapse Two Thousand

This group aims to bring together students unemployed and people on low incomes to participate in film design and production and make a video documenting the transition from 1999 to 2000 by recording millennial events throughout Edinburgh. The grant will

£4,520 Millennium Commission
30 Nov 1999 Muslim Badminton Club

This group provides opportunities for people from ethnic minority communities to participate in badminton and other sporting activities. The grant will be used to purchase shuttles and to fund a tournament.

£1,960 Sport Scotland
30 Nov 1999 Edinburgh Deaf Bowling Club

This group provides opportunities for people with a hearing impairment to participate in the sport of bowls. The grant will be used to fund competition fees.

£500 Sport Scotland
30 Nov 1999 Edinburgh South Cricket Club

This group provides opportunities for people to play the sport of cricket. The grant will be used to purchase 10 sets of kwik cricket equipment, cricket balls, sightscreens, pitch covers and to fund coaches fees and administration costs.

£4,278 Sport Scotland
30 Nov 1999 Holyrood Netball Club

This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in the sport of netball. The grant will be used to fund an umpiring course, a coaching course, administration, publicity material, volunteer expenses and travel.

£564 Sport Scotland
30 Nov 1999 Sangam Art Academy

This group provides opportunities for members of ethnic minority communities to access arts and educational opportunities. The grant will be used to fund artists' fees, venue hire and publicity and to purchase equipment.

£4,000 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 Revelation Community Arts

This group provides educational art and music projects for people with learning and physical disabilities. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and fund venue hire, studio hire and tutor fees.

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 The Groove Collective

This group provides opportunities for adults to develop their musical abilities. The grant will be used to purchase musical instruments and fund fees for tutor and creche worker fees.

£3,126 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 The Practice Choir

This group provides opportunities for people to study, practice and perform choral music. The grant will be used to fund professional tenor fees.

£1,300 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 Commotion Women Drummers

This group provides opportunities for women to develop their drumming skills and perform at public events. The grant will be used to fund music composition fees, workshop fees and recording fees and to purchase instruments, a mini-recorder and a micropho

£3,126 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 GIOIA

This group provides opportunities for disabled people to experiment with fashion and self image through textiles and clothing. The grant will be used to purchase sewing machines, felt making equipment and materials and fund website creation, publicity, wo

£2,820 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 Moredun Dykes Sheltered Housing Social Fund

This group provides social and recreational opportunities for local residents. The grant will be used to fund a Christmas event and an outing.

£1,080 Community Fund
16 Nov 1999 National Gallery of Scotland

Botticelli, Virgin adoring the Sleeping Christ Child

£7,687,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Nov 1999 Royal Lyceum Theatre Company Limited

Towards the cost of a design development study into the Company's three buildings

£12,500 Scottish Arts Council
15 Nov 1999 National Museums of Scotland

Victoria & Albert Fireclay Statues - Acquisition

£46,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Nov 1999 Scottish Publishers Association

Towards the cost of bringing information about books published in Scotland to readers at home/educational establishments/businesses

£68,800 Scottish Arts Council
21 Oct 1999 Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop Limited

Towards the cost of specialist equipment to meet artists needs in a changing environment and to comply with Health and Safety and DD

£13,641 Scottish Arts Council
13 Oct 1999 Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland

The Queen-+s Nursing Institute Scotland will enable people living in Scotland who are not health professionals to carry out projects which will enhance the health and general wellbeing of people in their local community. The scheme will run for 3 years and

£597,761 Millennium Commission
28 Sep 1999 Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

Hepworth, Wave - Acquisition

£127,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 1999 Scottish Natural Heritage

Local Heritage Initiative (Scotland)

£176,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Sep 1999 North Edinburgh Arts

Towards the cost of creating a new arts venue in North Edinburgh to provide a focal point/resource for arts development in the area

£1,750,500 Scottish Arts Council
23 Sep 1999 Stills Ltd

Towards the cost of major collaboration between visual arts organisation and schools to work with professional artists

£28,500 Scottish Arts Council
23 Sep 1999 Traverse Theatre (Scotland) Limited

Towards the cost of a new sound system, lighting equipment and equipment to develop the wardrobe, education and training department

£26,982 Scottish Arts Council
15 Sep 1999 Youth Scotland

This project will develop relevant training packages, resource material and communication links to support the work of voluntary youth club leaders and part-time youth workers in Scotland. The three year grant will fund a two full-time Workers, training a

£403,860 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Edinburgh University Settlement

This project will enable adults with low educational attainment to participate in the new Scottish democracy and Scottish Parliament through the development of community groups over the next three years. The three year grant will fund a full-time Tutor/Or

£104,971 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Children In Scotland:Working For Children And Their Families

This project will establish a Scottish Parenting Forum which will support voluntary and community agencies working together to develop and improve sustainable forms of parent support in the community. The three year grant will fund the salaries of one ful

£273,179 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Scottish Prostitutes Education Project

This project will minimise poverty and disadvantage of vulnerable young people by providing counselling, practical support services, access to education and alternative employment and encouraging access to specialist agencies appropriate to the young pers

£144,350 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Castle Rock Housing Association Ltd

This project will assist tenants and potential tenants to sustain their tenancy by providing them with the appropriate advice, support, training and employment opportunities. The three year grant will fund the salaries of two full-time and one part-time W

£192,094 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Pain Association Scotland

The project will build on work established through a previous Charities Board grant. It will develop two new support groups in Craigmillar and Galashiels. It will provide support, supervision, encouragement, training and education for existing groups. T

£150,412 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Edinburgh Women's Aid

This project will develop a follow-up service for women and any accompanying children when they move out of the refuge into their own accommodation. The service will include both practical and emotional support. The three year grant will fund the purchas

£87,747 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Laichfield Community Club

This group promotes the welfare of local people by arranging social, cultural and entertainment activities. The grant will be used to purchase a bingo machine and furnishings and to fund redecoration costs.

£1,856 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Craigmuir Nursery Parents' Group

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children and training for parents. The grant will be used to fund sessional, tutors' and creche fees.

£2,200 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Edinburgh Jewish Friendship Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase carpet bowls, bowling accessories, a transporter and a scoreboard.

£1,000 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Moira Park Tenants' Association

This group provides social and recreational activities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase tables, chairs, curtains and an induction loop system.

£2,749 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Scottish Council for Minorities Rights

This group supports and promotes good race relations and community development activities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and office stationery and to fund professional fees, volunteers' expenses, publicity material

£4,798 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Sheltered and Retirement Housing Owners' Confederation

This group provides a national voice to promote the interests, rights and welfare of owners and tenants in sheltered and retirement housing. The grant will be used to fund publication expenses.

£1,439 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Gylemuir After School Club

This group provides after school care for children in a safe and stimulating environment. The grant will be used to fund training costs and to purchase educational materials and computer equipment.

£1,519 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Gorgie War Memorial Hall

This group manages a community centre which offers a leisure, recreation and educational programme for members of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, children's furniture, musical instruments and play items.

£4,561 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 The Edinburgh Deaf Outdoor Club

This group promotes outdoor and sporting functions for people with hearing impairments. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment.

£1,221 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 The Greater Wester Hailes Children's Holiday Play Project

This group provides a safe and stimulating environment for children. The grant will be used to fund the costs of seasonal workers, materials, transport and publicity.

£3,270 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 St Hilda's Day Care Service

This group provides practical support and social activities for people with dementia. The grant will be used to purchase games equipment and to fund transport and outings costs.

£681 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Thistle Foundation Residents' Association

This group provides social events for, and representation of, the residents of the Thistle Foundation. The grant will be used to purchase a photocopier, scanner, PC and printer.

£1,730 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Food Trust Scotland

This group provides education on food with the aim of promoting and preserving good health. The grant will be used to purchase a computer and accessories and to fund administration, production, information and travel.

£4,850 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Multi-Cultural Family Base

This group provides practical and emotional support to children of primary school age and their families. The grant will be used to fund a sessional worker and mini-bus hire costs.

£4,320 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Psoriatic Arthritis Liaison Scotland

This group provides a support and information network for people affected by psoriatic arthritis and/or psoriasis. The grant will be used to fund the costs of room hire, publicity, stationery and administration.

£1,750 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Brain Aneurysm Self Help Group

This group provides support to patients and carers affected by brain aneurysm. The grant will be used to purchase a photocopier, fax, computer and stationery and to fund publicity and training.

£1,930 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 University of The Third Age - Edinburgh

This group provides educational and social activities for unemployed older people. The grant will be used to purchase a portable sound system and carousels for a slide projector.

£1,028 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Pain Association Scotland - Edinburgh Central

This group provides information, advice and support for chronic pain sufferers. The grant will be used to fund the costs of a pain management course.

£1,510 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Craigmillar Heart to Heart Self Support Group

This group provides a self help group for heart patients. The grant will be used to fund travel and accommodation costs.

£3,000 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Clovenstone Amateur Boxing Club

This group provides opportunities for young people to develop their boxing skills and participate in physical fitness training. The grant will be used to purchase skipping ropes, punch bags, pads, speed balls, medicine balls, scales, a training clock and

£1,269 Sport Scotland
14 Sep 1999 Edinburgh Academicals Women's Rugby Football Club

This group provides opportunities for local women and girls to play the game of rugby union at a competitive level. The grant will be used to purchase training equipment and to fund junior development days, a promotional leaflet and coaching fees.

£1,049 Sport Scotland
14 Sep 1999 Tayforth Camanachd

This group provides opportunities for local people to participate and develop their skills in the sport of shinty. The grant will be used to purchase portable goals, shinty sticks and balls.

£1,109 Sport Scotland
14 Sep 1999 Asymmetrix Gymnastics Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Children To Participate In The Sport Of Gymnastics At A Recreational And Competitive Level. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Safety Landing Mats, A Vaulting Horse, Spring Board And Beam.

£3,486 Sport Scotland
14 Sep 1999 East of Scotland Junior Indoor Bowling League

This group co-ordinates indoor bowling activities encompassing clubs throughout East of Scotland. The grant will be used to fund club tournaments.

£2,330 Sport Scotland
14 Sep 1999 Stockbridge House Age Concern Woodwork Club

This group provides opportunities for people to learn about woodcrafts and develop appropriate skills. The grant will be used to purchase a wood planer.

£522 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 Scottish Actors' Initiative

This group provides support to new acting talent through the provision of workshops and training. The grant will be used to fund the hire of a professional director and musical director, set design and production costs.

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 The Portobello Music Company

This Group Promotes Musical Creativity And Performances Of The Highest Quality For The Local Area. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Staging And Organ Hire, Vocal And Orchestral Scores, Fees For Soloists And Publicity Materials.

£3,956 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 Nawa-e-Waqt

This group promotes the wellbeing of ethnic minority communities through the relief of poverty and advancement of education. The grant will be used to purchase IT equipment and to fund the costs of tuition, postage, stationery and venue/stage equipment hi

£4,800 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 Riddle's Court Community Orchestra

This group provides opportunities for people to develop their musical skills through participation in orchestral concerts and performs free of charge to a variety of community groups. The grant will be used to purchase music stands and to fund the costs o

£1,905 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 Men and Health Initiative - Violence Intervention Programme

This group provides a programme of group work, counselling and training to combat violence by men. The grant will be used to fund sessional fees, training, publicity and educational materials.

£5,000 Community Fund
1 Sep 1999 Edinburgh, City of

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£1,415,081 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 1999 Royal Blind School

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£11,326 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 1999 Capability Scotland

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£11,732 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 1999 Makar Productions

Towards the cost of producer preparation funding for seven films

£25,000 Scottish Arts Council
1 Sep 1999 Raging Star Films Limited

Towards the cost of project preparation funding for film "Mary, Queen of Scots"

£42,386 Scottish Arts Council
1 Sep 1999 Donaldson's College

The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.

£3,767 New Opportunities Fund
12 Jul 1999 Noah's Ark Nursery Limited

The project will provide 30 childcare places for children aged 3-5 and will be situated in Edinburgh, serving parents in the local area or who work nearby. Schools served will be Morningside Primary and St Peters Primary.

£15,000 New Opportunities Fund
12 Jul 1999 Broomhouse Out Of School Childcare Project

The grant will be used to establish a 20 place breakfast cub as an extension to an existing after school and holiday provision. The schools served by the project will be Broomhouse and St Joseph's Primary schools.

£6,090 New Opportunities Fund
12 Jul 1999 Gingerbread Edinburgh & Lothians Project Ltd

The grant will be used to increase existing after school and holiday provision by creating 110 additional childcare places. The schools served by the project will be Toll Cross Primary for after school care and as yet unspecified schools in the Toll Cros

£4,676 New Opportunities Fund
8 Jul 1999 Theatre Workshop Edinburgh Limited

Towards a pilot project to provide training experience and opportunites people with disabilities including professional actor

£350,000 Scottish Arts Council
8 Jul 1999 The Drama Practice

Towards launch, training and set-up costs of Scotland's first Clowndoctor programme to aid recovery of sick children

£60,000 Scottish Arts Council
8 Jul 1999 Artists Collective Gallery Limited

Towards establishing an access and exhibition internship for talented individuals

£35,513 Scottish Arts Council
8 Jul 1999 Film and Video Access Centre

Towards the cost of access to non-linear technology for those on low incomes

£88,920 Scottish Arts Council
8 Jul 1999 Red Herring Arts and Media Ltd

Towards the cost of start-up funding to produce an innovative monthly culture and politics magazine

£80,000 Scottish Arts Council
8 Jul 1999 Metacorpus

Towards the cost of interactive costume installation based on the auditory sense

£38,582 Scottish Arts Council