Lottery grants awarded to East Ayrshire, Scotland in 2003

58 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Dec 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards the cost of an exhibition by Kenny Hunter

£3,008 Scottish Arts Council
5 Dec 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards the cost of redeveloping the Grade B listed Dick Institute in Kilmarnock

£56,610 Scottish Arts Council
2 Dec 2003 Bonnyton Thistle Football Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In Football Coaching Sessions And Organised Matches. Grant Will Allow The Group To Convert A Former Bowling Club Into Football Changing Facilities.

£5,000 Sport Scotland
28 Oct 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Doon Valley Museum (refurbishment of Cathcartson Visitor Centre)

£32,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2003 Clubs for Young People Scotwest

This group based in Glasgow provide social and recreational opportunities for young people and assist the work of existing youth clubs and promote the formation of new ones. Grant will be used to fund an interactive website, which will enable members of

£1,410 Community Fund
21 Oct 2003 Barr Castle Millennium Heritage Museum Society

This Group Manage Barr Castle Museum For The General Public And Encourages An Interest In Local History. Grant Will Be Used To Improve Disabled Access To The Museum Area And Great Hall Of Barr Castle, By Providing Cctv Cameras And Viewing Screens, Which

£4,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Oct 2003 Gatehead Ladies Club

The group from Gatehead provides weekly meetings and activities for women. Grant will allow the group to acquire leisure equipment and organise a programme of outings and social events. The grant will be used to purchase activity equipment and art and c

£2,534 New Opportunities Fund
21 Oct 2003 Cumnock and District Carpet Bowling Club

This Group Provide Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Sport Of Indoor Bowls. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Upgrade Access, Basic Toilet Facilities, And Floorcoverings Of Newly Built Hall Allowing Access For Less Able Memb

£3,093 Sport Scotland
15 Oct 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards enabling pupils to rehearse and perform a new work alongside musicians from SOC with further creative opportunities

£25,000 Scottish Arts Council
16 Sep 2003 Cafe de Youth

This group from Patna provides social, recreational and leisure activities for young people. Grant will allow the group to establish an equipment resource enabling them to organise a wide range of musical and leisure activities for members. The grant wi

£2,370 Community Fund
16 Sep 2003 East Ayrshire Access Panel (North District)

This group from Kilmarnock promote and safeguard the rights of access for people with disabilities to all places and buildings, services and facilities, normally accessible to the general public. Grant will allow the group to set up and deliver a well or

£4,937 Community Fund
16 Sep 2003 Visual Impairment Ayrshire

This group from Stewarton provide practical support, advice and information to people with visual impairments. Grant will allow the group to organise its activities more effectively and produce a range of slide presentations to raise awareness of the eff

£4,564 Community Fund
9 Sep 2003 East Ayrshire Council

East Ayrshire Coalfield SIP Outdoor Access Project

£500,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
8 Sep 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards the cost of hosting the 'Jack Cunningham' solo exhibition and associated workshops as part of a Travelling Gallery tour

£560 Scottish Arts Council
25 Aug 2003 Chortle Theatre Group

This New Group Provide Opportunities For Young People To Participate In Drama Productions. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Perform Willie Russell'S 'Stags And Hens' At The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Providing Members With The Opportunity To Perform To

£1,671 Scottish Arts Council
25 Aug 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards the Phase 1 cost of up-grading the Grade A listed Palace Theatre and Grand Hall building, Kilmarnock

£136,667 Scottish Arts Council
25 Aug 2003 Evergreen Club

This group from Kilmarnock provides opportunities for older people to participate in social and recreational activities. Grant will enable the group to encourage members to take a more active role within the group and their local community, by offering s

£897 Community Fund
25 Aug 2003 Arthritis Care Kilmarnock

This group from Kilmarnock provides support and self help opportunities for people suffering from arthritis. Grant will enable the group to organise a holiday allowing them to provide a more interesting and entertaining programme of activities. The gran

£5,000 Community Fund
25 Aug 2003 Kilmarnock and Districts Childminding Group

This group from Kilmarnock provide a childcare service for working parents in East Ayrshire. Grant will be used to fund first aid courses for the 24 childminders in the group enabling them to meet childcare regulations.

£1,440 New Opportunities Fund
25 Aug 2003 Sorn Athletic Boys Club

This Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate And Develop In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase Strips, Goal Nets And Balls To Equip Two New Teams Formed In March This Year Due To Increased De

£800 Sport Scotland
15 Aug 2003 Palace Theatre

Towards the cost of Dianne Reid attending the TMA's week-long marketing course

£720 Scottish Arts Council
8 Aug 2003 Childcare (Scotland) Ltd

The grant will be used to create 30 before and 30 after wraparound places and 30 holiday places for children aged between 3 and 5 years in Glasgow, Scotland.

£47,700 New Opportunities Fund
8 Aug 2003 Bellsbank Adventure Playground

The grant will be used to create 24 after school, 24 before school and 24 holiday places for children aged between 5 - 14 years old by creating one new provision in Dalmellington.

£70,700 New Opportunities Fund
8 Aug 2003 Sorn Educational Trust

The grant will be used to create 24 after school places for children aged between 4 - 12 years old by creating one new provision in Sorn, East Ayrshire. One local school will be served.

£23,244 New Opportunities Fund
1 Aug 2003 Common Ground Scotland Ltd

Towards the creation of a summer school for the traditional arts utilising tutors and underpinned by a dialogue about social inlcusi

£4,000 Scottish Arts Council
18 Jul 2003 Elite Dance School Parents Committee

This Group Support Children To Develop Their Dance Skills. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Enhance Their Equipment And Clothing Resources, Enabling Them To Perform A More Varied Programme And Encourage More Children To Participate. The Grant Will Be U

£1,753 Scottish Arts Council
18 Jul 2003 Darvel Childminding Group

This group from Darvel provides a childcare service for parents who are working or re-training. Group have recently moved into larger premises and have requested funding to enable them to provide a safe environment, organise stimulating trips and purchas

£3,500 New Opportunities Fund
18 Jul 2003 Wee Rascals Mother and Toddler Group

This group from Kilmarnock provides pre-school education and play opportunities for local children. Grant will enable the group to take children on a summer outing and purchase play equipment, providing them with a different and more stimulating play env

£652 New Opportunities Fund
18 Jul 2003 Mauchline Boys Football Club Under 10s

This new group provides facilities and opportunities for members to train in and play the sport of football. The grant will enable 26 members of the group to attend a weekend activity course which will develop social and physical skills. 26 people to at

£3,440 New Opportunities Fund
2 Jul 2003 East Ayrshire Council - Community Services

Towards the touring of internationally acclaimed London based sculptor Laura Fords in Kilmarnock

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
18 Jun 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards the cost of a two week training course in Ferrara, Italy to explore comedy techniques through the Commedia Dell'Arte

£657 Scottish Arts Council
11 Jun 2003 Anne Lorne Gillies

Towards the cost of creating a recording of the songs of Carolina Oliphant (Lady Nairne)

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
6 May 2003 Patna Community Council

This group from Patna provides social and recreational activities for the whole community to improve quality of life. Grant will allow the group to run a pilot scheme during school holiday time aimed at improving the health and fitness of local children.

£4,963 New Opportunities Fund
6 May 2003 Crosshouse Boys Club

This Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate And Train In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase 7 A Side Goals Extending Facilities On Offer To Members. 7 A Side Goals.

£500 Sport Scotland
18 Apr 2003 The Lighthouse Foundation

This pilot project will develop the capacity of an organisation providing counselling and practical support to families who have an immediate family member who has drug or alcohol addiction problems

£59,800 Community Fund
11 Apr 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards the cost of Joanne Moore attending the Venice Biennale

£330 Scottish Arts Council
9 Apr 2003 East Ayrshire Carers Centre

The Project Will Expand And Develop Support Provision For Young Carers In The North Of East Ayrshire To Ensure That The Support Is Targetted To Their Individual Needs Through The Provision Of A Personal Development Plan And Related Activities To Meet This

£129,476 Community Fund
1 Apr 2003 The Mauchline Burns Club

This Group Promotes An Interest In The Life And Works Of Robert Burns. Grant Will Enable The Group To Set Up A Website And Produce A Video, Documenting The Time Robert Burns Spent In Mauchline. Copies Of The Video Will Be Given To Local Schools And Sold

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Apr 2003 Rape Counselling & Resource Centre

This group based in Kilmarnock provides support for survivors of sexual abuse and rape. The award will be used to develop a support service tailored specifically to male survivors of abuse and/or rape. The group have identified a need to improve their ser

£4,050 New Opportunities Fund
31 Mar 2003 East Ayrshire Council - Community Arts

Towards an innovative residential training programme Groupwork Training for Artists

£8,593 Scottish Arts Council
26 Mar 2003 East Ayrshire Council

East Ayrshire Council will provide out of school hours sporting, outdoor and cultural activities to 15,000 school pupils over the next 3 years through innovative Learning Partnerships. Young people will be involved in activities as diverse as rugby, kaya

£974,553 New Opportunities Fund
6 Mar 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards a residential programme 'Elements of Change' for innovative arts education and studio provision

£100,000 Scottish Arts Council
3 Mar 2003 Muirkirk Community Association

This group from Muirkirk provides a public hall facility for the benefit of the local community. Grant will allow the group to redecorate their premises enabling them to provide a more comfortable environment for hall users. The grant will fund redecor

£1,996 Community Fund
3 Mar 2003 Rankinston Fun Day Committee

This group from Rankinston provides social and recreational activities for the local community. Grant will enable the group to organise a week of entertainment, sporting activities and family orientated recreational events for the benefit of local people

£1,000 Community Fund
24 Feb 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards creating a new visual identity and guidance for the Dick Institute

£9,500 Scottish Arts Council
24 Feb 2003 PEACE Childcare

The grant will be used to create 166 before school, 178 after school, 202 holiday places and 10 weekend places for children aged 3 - 14 years old in Ayrshire by creating 4 new & expanding 5 existing clubs.

£238,739 New Opportunities Fund
19 Feb 2003 Muirkirk Enterprise Group

Muirkirk Heritage Park

£46,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Feb 2003 PEACE Childcare

The grant will be used to create 40 after school, 40 before school and 40 holiday places for children aged between 4-12 years old in Kilmarnock, Scotland.

£46,249 New Opportunities Fund
10 Feb 2003 Boys' and Girls' Clubs (Glasgow and South West Scotland)

This Three Year Grant Will Fully Fund The Salary Of A New Part Time Development Officer, Recruitment,Travel, Postage, Telephone, Publication Of A Twice Yearly Newsletter, Stationary And Development Budget For Programme Of Social And Recreational Activitie

£59,583 Community Fund
4 Feb 2003 2nd New Cumnock Boys Brigade

This group from New Cumnock provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. Grant will allow the group to enhance their equipment resource and organise an activity weekend enabling them to develop the IT, outdoor pursuit and spor

£4,000 Community Fund
4 Feb 2003 Carers Support Group

This group from Cumnock provides information, advice and emotional and practical support to carers of people with dementia and related illnesses. Grant will enable the group to bring members living in rural areas to monthly meetings and to provide the la

£1,100 Community Fund
4 Feb 2003 Irvine Valley Regeneration Partnership

This group promotes economic and environmental regeneration of the local area. Grant will enable the group to organise a walking festival allowing them to encourage local people to adopt a healthy lifestyle and participate in countryside pursuits. The g

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
4 Feb 2003 Doon Valley Cricket Club

This New Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Train In And Play The Sport Of Cricket. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase A Portable Match Pitch Allowing Them To Play Both Indoor And Outsdoor Cricket. Thereby Enhancing Faci

£2,115 Sport Scotland
4 Feb 2003 Ayrodynamic Triathlon Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Local People To Participate In Triathlon By Providing Or Assisting In The Provision Of Equipment, Materials And Facilities. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 6 Wetsuits, 6 Turbo Trainers, 4 Bike Boxes And 6 Heart Mo

£3,280 Sport Scotland
4 Feb 2003 New Cumnock Amateur Boxing Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Ages To Participate In Boxing And Related Fitness Sessions. Grant Will Allow The Group To Fund A Boxing Event T, Venue Hire, First Aid Cover, Officials Costs, Printing Costs, Publicity, Security And Lic

£2,000 Sport Scotland
4 Feb 2003 River Irvine Angling Imrpovement Association

This Group Co-Ordinates All Angling Club Activities On The River Irvine And Protects And Improves The Whole River System. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Prepare A Management Plan, Which They Will Implement To Protect The River Irvine And Its Fish For

£2,000 Sport Scotland
4 Feb 2003 Dalmellington Craigengillan Curling Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Ages To Participate In Outdoor Curling Activities. Grant Will Allow The Group To Reinstate Their Outdoor Curling Pond By Funding Professional Surveyors Fees, Labour, Services Of Tree Surgeon, Concrete S

£4,299 Sport Scotland
31 Jan 2003 East Ayrshire Council

Towards project development funding to create a permanent feature to engender community spirit and commemorate people's role in the

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council