Lottery grants awarded to East Ayrshire, Scotland in 1996

16 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
12 Dec 1996 Young Arthritis Care Kilmarnock

The group will develop work with young people with arthritis by publishing a newsletter and enabling young people to attend meetings. The three year grant will fund the purchase of office equipment, publicity and travel costs.

£23,808 Community Fund
12 Dec 1996 Elephant Trust Limited

The project will provide advice, counselling and self help support groups for people suffering from cancer and their carers. The three year grant will pay for the purchase and refurbishment of two properties, four staff salaries, the lease of a car, trave

£227,528 Community Fund
12 Dec 1996 Crossroads Care

To provide a community based respite care service for children with physical and learning disabilities and their carers. The two year grant will be used to employ a part time Driver, to purchase a vehicle, to provide respite care and for office expenses.

£98,827 Community Fund
12 Sep 1996 Ayr Town Centre:environmtl Improv.trust

Towards the cost of arts-led environmental improvement of Loudoun Hall forecourt, Ayr

£177,200 Scottish Arts Council
11 Sep 1996 East Ayrshire Council

Dick Institute: Works For Pride And Passion, Kilmarnock

£111,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
11 Jun 1996 Victim Support East Ayrshire

This grant, over three years, will be used to provide a contribution to the running costs and helping the group expand the services offered to assist more victims of crime who are on low incomes. This grant, over three years, will be used to provide a con

£10,470 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Stewarton Guide Association

To enable the group to fully develop its programme of guide activities. This one year grant, will be used to refurbish the hall, install heating, and create disabled access.

£40,000 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Friends Of Guiding

The group will fully develop the hall for use by the local community. This one year grant will be used to carry out repairs and re-decoration.

£6,747 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Cumnock & Doon Valley Women's Aid

Offers training and support to women in local groups. This grant, over three years, will be used to fund salary costs.

£66,613 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 33rd Ayrshire Scout Group

The group plans to fully develop its programme of activities and services offered to young people. This one year grant will be used to refurbish the Scout hall, to provide disabled access and comply with health and safety regulations.

£59,694 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Shortlees & Riccarton Before & After School Care Project

To provide affordable, quality childcare to single parents who are unemployed or returning to work. This one year grant will be used to employ a member of staff and to produce information materials.

£9,185 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Bellsbank Adventure Playground

The group will offer an extended programme of outdoor activities to young people aged 12-17. This one year grant will pay for volunteer training and outdoor equipment.

£5,037 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Northwest Youth Project

To provide young people living in deprived areas with social and educational opportunities by providing access to, and guidance in, the use of Information Technology. This one year grant will pay for the purchase of four computer terminals and office runn

£39,000 Community Fund
24 Apr 1996 Muirkirk Golf Club

Clubhouse works and landscaping

£9,662 Sport Scotland
20 Mar 1996 New Cumnock Golf Club

Provision of brick skinned clubhouse.

£37,870 Sport Scotland
20 Mar 1996 Kilmarnock Tennis Club

Court Upgrading

£19,200 Sport Scotland