62 matching grants found.
|21 Dec 2001||E. Ayrshire Library Service
The People-+s Network programme in all the 23 libraries in East Ayrshire Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 94 computer terminals will be available to library users to access
|£362,936||New Opportunities Fund|
|6 Dec 2001||Archway PHAB Club
This group provides opportunities for disabled and able bodied people to undertake social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to purchase games, sports and musical equipment and to fund two outings.
|6 Dec 2001||Muirkirk Age Concern
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund Christmas concert, buffet, transport and entertainers.
|6 Dec 2001||Patna Age Concern
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund transport and meals for spring outing for 100 people.
|6 Dec 2001||Catrine Thistle Boys Club
This New Group Provides Opportunities For Children To Play Football. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Footballs, Training Cones, First Aid Kits, Corner Flags, Goals, Coaching Kits, Ball Sacs And Drink Bottles.
|28 Nov 2001||Cumnock & District Leisure Group
New Swimming and Fitness Centre
|28 Nov 2001||Cluarankwai Judo Club
West of Scotland Regional Judo Training Centre
|28 Nov 2001||Sustrans Scotland
Irvine to Kilmarnock Cycle Route
|26 Nov 2001||East Ayrshire Council
Towards the cost of two-year project which will increase access for excluded people over 16 years to professional drama activity
|£96,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|26 Nov 2001||Darvel Primary School/Gavin Hamilton Sports Centre
To promote opportunities in cycling proficiency, ICT, arts and crafts, board games, athletics and games for 156 children from the school. The project is aimed at enhancing the personal, physical, academic and social skills of the pupils to raise attainmen
|£11,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Nov 2001||Auchinleck Academy
To develop `The Book Power Club -+ designed to encourage personal reading in years S1 and S2. The aim of the project is to engender a commitment to reading for lifelong learning and will develop and enrich the pupils-+ reading experience in an informal sett
|£42,925||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Nov 2001||Mount Carmel Primary School
To develop an existing homework club as well as promoting additional activities in literacy, numeracy, ICT, music and physical education for P4 to P7 pupils. The project is designed to raise attainment in the middle and upper school by providing a comfort
|£10,343||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Nov 2001||East Ayrshire Council
To develop a Gaelic medium Saturday morning club. The club will be the only provision of its kind within the local education authority and will be open to all 45 primaries within the area. Activities will include opportunities to explore the Gaelic langua
|£16,069||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Nov 2001||Shortlees Primary School
To run a Summer School for P1 to P3 pupils. The project aims to develop pupils-+ attitudes and communication skills, stimulate awareness and imagination, develop skills and confidence and enhance self-esteem. It is also anticipated the project will promote
|£17,314||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Oct 2001||Greenmill Out of School Service
The grant will be used to create 32 after school, 32 before school and 40 holiday places for children aged 4-9 years in Cumnock, Ayrshire.
|£37,358||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Oct 2001||Knockinlaw Disco Dancers
This group provides opportunities for children and young people to interact and develop their social skills. The grant will be used to purchase costumes and materials for a dance performance, and fund accommodation and bus hire for a trip to Blackpool.
|4 Oct 2001||Auchinleck Old Folks Welfare Association
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a day trip for 250 people, including transport and meals, hire of band for line dance and a Christmas party.
|4 Oct 2001||Patna Over 60's Club
This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a Christmas dinner, dance, band and transport.
|4 Oct 2001||Kilmarnock Forum On Disability
This group campaigns on issues affecting disabled people and promotes disability awareness. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, and fund venue hire, catering, publicity, administration, travel, speaker expenses and hire of portaloo.
|4 Oct 2001||Dunaskin Veterans Club
This Group Seeks To Preserve And Maintain The Heritage Of Waterside. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Publication Of Book On History Of Dalmellington And Waterside.
|£5,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Oct 2001||Onthank Football Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In Football Coaching Sessions And Matches, Encouraging Fitness And Building Team Spirit. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 11-A-Side Goal Nets, Football Strips, Training Balls, Balls Holde
|25 Sep 2001||St. Joseph's Academy, Kilmarnock and Cumnock Campuses
To enhance the schools existing out of school hours learning programme. Activities will include an Art and Design Club, a Drama Production Company and an Enterprise Activities Club. The aims of the project are to increase motivation, raise attainments and
|£31,271||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Aug 2001||East Ayrshire Council
Towards the cost of interactive and practical entho-musicalogical workshops with traditional musicians
|£19,312||Scottish Arts Council|
|9 Aug 2001||Stewarton Drama Group
This Group Promotes Amateur Dramatics And Performs Plays And An Annual Pantomime. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Venue Hire, Costumes And Set, Directors Fees, Coaching Fees, A Choreographer And Musicians.
|£4,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|9 Aug 2001||Muirkirk Music Festival
This group organise a music festival for primary school children in East Ayrshire. The grant will be used to fund transporting children from schools in the surrounding area and catering for all children.
|£4,108||Scottish Arts Council|
|9 Aug 2001||Cumnock and Doon Valley Mental Health
This group provides support for people with mental health problems and their carers. The grant will be use to fund transport costs, admission, refreshments and volunteer expenses for day trips, and hall hire, food and disco hire for a Christmas party.
|9 Aug 2001||Bellsbank Senior Citizens Club
This group provides social and recreational activities older people. The grant will be used to fund transport and accomodation for a week in Blackpool, and coach hire to travel to a prizegiving night.
|9 Aug 2001||Kilmarnock and Districts Childminding Group
This group provides childcare for pre-school children. The grant will be used to purchase slides, climbing frames, swingball, playhouses, sit and rides.
|9 Aug 2001||Stroke Club Outings Travel Scheme
This new group provides support and recreational activities for people with physical disabilities caused by chest, heart and stroke problems. The grant will be used to fund the cost of bus and ferry hire.
|9 Aug 2001||Grassyards Canoe Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Abilities To Learn And Improve Their Canoeing Skills. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Canadian Canoes, Canadian Paddles, Kayak Paddles, Last Kits And Air Bags.
|27 Jul 2001||Doon Academy
A study support project over the next three years with a focus on writing skills. Pupils with severely low writing skills will be encouraged to participate. Each year the project will be aimed at different age groups.
|£41,675||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Jul 2001||East Ayrshire Council
To offer a range of arts related activities to benefit pupils from 44 primary and 3 secondary. 30 primary will participate in string workshops, 140 pupils in choral workshops and 90 pupils in drama and dance activities. 200 secondary school pupils will be
|£92,235||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Jul 2001||Grange Academy
To develop out of school hours activities for pupils, primarily in S1 and S2 but also up to S4. Activities will include a facility for pupils to revise, complete homework and develop their ICT skills. Activities will also include art and design, dance, fo
|£43,560||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jul 2001||Kilmarnock Leisure Centre Trust
Galleon Centre Disabled Access Project (Phase 1)
|25 Jul 2001||Cumnock Junior Boys Club
Cumnock Juniors Boys Club Building Upgrading Project
|20 Jul 2001||E. Ayrshire Library Service
The award has provided Information and Communications Technology (ICT) training for public librarians on basic and technical information handling competencies required by staff for their own use and to assist library users.
|£52,517||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 2001||Yipworld.com
The grant will be used to create 50 after school, 50 before school and 75 holiday places for children aged 8-14 years old in East Ayrshire.
|£49,340||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 Jun 2001||Riccarton Parish Church
Riccarton Parish Church Restoration
|£158,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Jun 2001||Brassneck Productions
This Group Provides Amateur Dramatic Productions To People Living In Rural Communities. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Fully Transportable Theatrical Set With Spot Lights And Effects Board.
|£1,395||Scottish Arts Council|
|8 Jun 2001||Mr Sunbeam Playgroup
This group provides educational and play opportunities for pre-school children in the community. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment.
|8 Jun 2001||New Farm Loch Community Initiative
This group provides support for the establishment of community groups and develops community initiatives. The grant will be used to fund the cost of publishing 4 bi-monthly newsletters.
|8 Jun 2001||Croileagan Chill Mhearnaig
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for Gaelic speakers. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and toys, and fund publicity material.
|8 Jun 2001||The Cabin
This group provides social and recreational activities for older women. The grant will be used to fund a pantomime outing and a celebration dinner.
|8 Jun 2001||Stewarton and District Community Council
This Group Promotes The Interests And Well-Being Of The Community Of Stewarton. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Reclamation Of The Old Burgh Coat-Of-Arms, Printing Of Leaflets, Commemorative Mementos And A Day Long Celebration.
|£1,567||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|8 Jun 2001||Ochiltree Rovers Football Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Play Football And Attend Coaching Sessions. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Volunteer Expenses, Installation Of Floodlights And Hire Of Digger.
|8 Jun 2001||Darvel Juniors Football
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Play Football Both In A Coaching And Competitive Environment. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Jump Trainer, Coaching Folder, Training Ladder, Training Net, Goal Nets, Corner Flags, Ball Sack And Fi
|15 May 2001||East Ayrshire Council
The 'Confidence in Our School' summer school will offer pupils from half a dozen primary schools and a secondary school a range of activities including sport, art and architecture, information technology, video, music and drama. Groups on the course will
|£24,442||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Apr 2001||East Ayrshire Council
Towards the cost of a consultant to conduct primary research to inform audience development initatives
|£3,600||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Apr 2001||Hillhead Primary School
To create a range of activities to raise attainment, promote social inclusion and promote health and fitness while enhancing the personal and social skills of participants.
|£11,719||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Apr 2001||A Story Telling Yurt
This Group Promotes Feltmaking, Wood Skills, Storytelling And Puppetmaking To Communities Throughout Scotland. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Needle Loom Machine And Materials And Fund Tuition Costs And Leaflet Production.
|£3,081||Scottish Arts Council|
|5 Apr 2001||Sorn Athletic Boys Club
This New Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Play The Game Of Football. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Football Equipment.
|5 Apr 2001||Challengers Group
This group provides opportunities for young people to meet and play badmintonand enjoy competative matches. The grant will be used to fund tournament costs.
|8 Mar 2001||East Ayrshire Council
Towards the cost of teaching vocal skills with instrumental and jazz improvisional skills culminating in concert in June 2002
|£60,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|27 Feb 2001||P.A.L.S Out of School Club
The grant will be used to create 16 after school, 16 before school and 16 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Kilmarnock.
|£760||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Feb 2001||Scottish Basketmakers' Circle
This group provides opportunities for people to learn and practice the traditional skills of basket making. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and software and fund training and artists' costs.
|£4,997||Scottish Arts Council|
|22 Feb 2001||Ochiltree Old Folks Welfare Group
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund day trips, concerts and a party.
|22 Feb 2001||Kilmarnock and Loudoun Advanced Motorists
This group promotes awareness on road safety issues and provides training for people to improve their driving standards. The grant will be used to purchase an overhead projector screen, TV/video, display boards and computer equipment.
|22 Feb 2001||Glenafton Athletic Boys Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In The Game Of Football. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Portacabin, Goal Posts, Nets And Training Equipment.
|22 Feb 2001||Warrix Flying Group
This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Participate In The Construction And Flying Of Model Aircraft As A Leisure And Sporting Activity. The Grant Will Be Used To Install Fencing And Access Improvement.
|15 Feb 2001||PEACE Childcare
The grant will be used to create 145 before-school places, 188 after-school places and 189 holiday places by creating 2 new projects and extending 4 existing schemes. The places will cater for children aged 4 - 16 years old. 12 local schools will be serve
|£196,606||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Feb 2001||The Holiday Project
This project will facilitate an improvement in the quality of life for disadvantaged families from East Ayrshire through the provision of low cost holidays.
|16 Jan 2001||Irvine Valley Regeneration Partnership
Irvine Valley Access: Darvel to Hurlford
|£22,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|