71 matching grants found.
|9 Dec 2005||Dalmellington Community Council
This group represents the interests of local people in matters relating to community life. The grant is for entertainment, sessional worker fees, bunting, hall hire, transport, lights, generator and stall hire, first aid, publicity materials, face paints
|9 Dec 2005||46th Ayrshire Scout Group New Cumnock
This group provides young people with opportunities for growth and personal development. The grant is for weekend training course.
|9 Dec 2005||The Dalmellington Partnership
The Group Aims To Assist Regeneration Involving The Whole Community In The Local Dalmellington Area. The Grant Is For Restoring And Reframing Of Community Painting.
|£3,008||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Dec 2005||Kilmarnock Invitational Homing Society
This group provides the opportunity for members to participate in breeding and racing homing pigeons. The grant is for 8 T3 clocks, 8 carrycases, 8 Kwikstarts, 1 Dataprint and 1 Racemanager CD Rom.
|£2,889||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Dec 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Veteran from Kilmarnok has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in December of this year. A Second World War Widow from Kilmarnok has also been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemor
|£2,450||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Nov 2005||East Ayrshire Carers Centre
The project will expand and develop support provision for young carers in North of East Ayrshire to ensure that support is targeted to their individual needs through the provision of a personal development plan and related activities.
|4 Nov 2005||Scottish Budgerigar Society
This group promotes the breeding, development and exhibiting budgerigars. The grant is for laptops, photocopier and replacement staging.
|£4,298||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Oct 2005||Dunlop and District Community Company
The project will improve access to services and reduce the social and rural isolation of at least 500 people in the community of Dunlop and surrounding areas. The existing village hall will be extended and refurbished to accommodate a weekly programme of
|26 Oct 2005||East Ayrshire Citizens Advice Bureau
This project will continue and develop existing outreach CAB services and expand home visiting for 600 people in East Ayrshire. It aims to improve the living standards, reduce poverty, increase independence and confidence, and reduce stress of service us
|10 Oct 2005||Galston Community Council
The group provides support, advice and promotes the wellbeing of the community. The grant is for contribution towards manufacture and erection of Christmas lights.
|£800||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Oct 2005||Disco Divas
This group provides the facilities and opportunities for children and young people to participate in disco dancing classes. The grant is for travelling costs to participate in UK wide competitions, costumes and music equipment.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Oct 2005||Age Concern Hurlford
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people within the local community The grant is for decorating costs, and replacement floor covering costs.
|7 Oct 2005||Cumnock & Doon Valley Independent Living Friendship Group
This group provides a safe, secure place for people with disabilities to meet in a social setting. The grant is for pool table, volunteer expenses, recreational activities, outings, internet access, laptop, printer and storage.
|7 Oct 2005||Dunlop and Lugton Park Association
This group regenerate, develop, manage and maintain their local park to make it a community focal point. The grant is for computer equipment.
|7 Oct 2005||The Howard Park Bowling Club
This group provides people with the opportunity to participate in the sport of bowling. The grant is for lawnmower.
|£4,909||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2005||Stewarton Academy
This school from East Ayrshire provides secondary education for young people aged 12-18. The grant is for dance costumes, props, football team kit, volleyball team kit, gymnastics, trampolining and fitness coaching.
|£4,956||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2005||Kilmarnock and District Choral Union
This group promotes the singing of choral music through weekly rehearsals and annual performances. The grant is for hall rental, orchestra, soloist fees and printing costs.
|£3,500||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2005||Darvel Childminding Group
This group meet regularly to offer the children in their care the opportunity to mix with others. The grant is for baby equipment, toys, books, resources and outings.
|£3,755||New Opportunities Fund|
|9 Sep 2005||Crosshouse Boys Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Children And Young People To Train And Participate In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Is For Home Kit, Footballs, Training Equipment, Coaching And First Aid Courses.
|6 Sep 2005||East Ayrshire Council
Dick Institute - External Building Conservation Project
|£203,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|9 Aug 2005||East Ayrshire Council For Voluntary Organisations
East Ayrshire Council for Voluntary Organisations will use an award to run a series of events in the local community. these will include a tea dance, photographic exhibitions, wartime drama and musical entertainment, a hands on exhibition and information
|£12,076||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Aug 2005||Muirkirk Community Association
This group promotes the interests of and provides activities for the inhabitants of the neighbourhood. The grant is for christmas lights.
|8 Aug 2005||St Thomas Hall Management Association
This group provide a meeting place for local voluntary organisations. The grant is for hall decoration and labour.
|8 Aug 2005||Scottish Police Memorial Trust
This group provides support to the survivors of police officers killed in the line of duty. The grant is for hire of a marquee.
|8 Aug 2005||Auchinleck Community Council
This group provides information services and recreational opportunities for the local community. The grant is for 2 computers, printer, scanner and sundries.
|£1,886||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Aug 2005||Mauchline Burns Bairns Under 5's Group
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children aged 0-5. The grant is for hire of bus, wooden slide, fantasy cube and sand/water table.
|£1,394||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Aug 2005||Hurlford Community Youth and Sports Project
This new group promotes healthy living through sport, social activites, youth and community work. The grant is for a feasability study.
|5 Aug 2005||1st Darvel Guides
This group provide educational and recreational opportunities for young girls. The grant is for new boiler, replacement of existing radiators and valves.
|5 Aug 2005||Darvel Improvement Group
This group promotes the welfare of the surrounding community and initiates projects at a local level. The grant is for pA and hall hire, printing, road signs, banners and lighting hire.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Aug 2005||Kingsmead East Ayrshire Youth Football Club
This Group Offers Practice And Competition In Football For Young People. The Grant Is For Strips, Balls, Bottles, Nets, Cones And Advertising For Trials To Start Up Under Eights Team.
|5 Aug 2005||Stewarton Annick Football Club
This Group Provide Opportunities For Children Aged 5-17 To Participate In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Is For Training Balls, Ultimatch Balls, Domed Training Cones, Space Markers, Training Ladders, Hurdles, Grid Training Poles, Reaction Hoops, Mesh B
|5 Aug 2005||Fyne Divers Branch No 2393 BSAC
This New Group Provides Opportunities For People To Train And Participate In Diving. The Grant Is For Diver Training And Diving Equipment Technician Training.
|1 Aug 2005||Cumnock Community Council
An award has been made to the Cumnock Community Council to allow them to allow them to hold a number of activities in order to commemorate the 60th anniversary of WW2. A 1940's themed dinner dance with big band entertainment will be held and a theatrical
|£5,924||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Jul 2005||St Sophia's Primary School
St Sophia's Primary School will use their award to conduct an intergenerational focused project in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of WW2. Pupils will interview veterans and carry out research of the use of local buildings during the war. They wil
|£1,990||New Opportunities Fund|
|18 Jul 2005||Drongan, Rankinston and Stair Community Council
The Drongan , Rankinson and Stair Community Council will use an award to hold a WW2 community event. The venue will be turned into an air raid shelter with 1940s music and food rations.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|11 Jul 2005||Sorn Community Council
The Sorn Community Council will use their award to carry out a 60th anniversary of WW2 celebration in the form a 1940's themed street party for the residents of their village.
|£850||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Jul 2005||East Ayrshire Coalfield Communities Federation Ltd
The East Ayrshire Coalfield Federation Ltd will use an award to fund a touring exhibition of WW2 memorabilia around their capture area, making an displaying oral histories. A local drama group will perform a show depicting life in WW2, and a remembrance s
|£17,301||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jun 2005||Kilmarnock and Loudoun District Explorer Scouts
This group teaches leadership and team working skills through physical, social and intellectual education to young people. The grant is for travel costs, food, camp fees and insurance costs.
|30 Jun 2005||Patna Day Centre
This group provides social activities and opportunities for the elderly members. The grant is for travel, accommodation and entry costs.
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|29 Jun 2005||Create Cumnock & Doon Valley Theatre & Arts Centre
The CREATE group in Ayrshire will use an award to celebrate the 60th anniversary of WW2 by having WW2 music and art acts performing at a large community festival event. The event will be open to everyone in the local community.
|£3,280||New Opportunities Fund|
|29 Jun 2005||Heroes Return Award to an individual
A Second World War Widow from East Ayrshire has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in September of this year. . Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Widow.
|£525||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Jun 2005||Muirkirk Enterprise Group
Enhancing the Environment and Heritage Interpretation
|£15,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Jun 2005||Care of Police Survivors
A Project To Hold A 'Survivor Weekend' At The National Memorial Arboretum, Abrewas, For Families Of Police Officers Who Have Lost Their Lives In The Line Of Duty. Families Will Come From Across The Uk To Meet And Support Each Other. The Grant Will Pay For
|£1,000||Awards For All (England) Joint Scheme|
|10 Jun 2005||Auchinleck One Stop Shop
This group promote the development of a One Stop Shop in the village of Auchinleck to address severe local deprivation and seek to plan, develop and establish a new community facility that will meet the recreational, leisure and social welfare needs of lo
|10 Jun 2005||Cumnock Living Memory Group
This Group Promotes The Heritage Of The Cumnock District.This Grant Will Fund Production Of A Calender, Advertisement And A Trip To The Scottish Parliament In Edinburgh.
|£600||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 Jun 2005||Allies Working with the Homeless
This group provides support, advice and information services to homeless people in the Kilmarnock & Loudon area.This grant will fund summer day trips and excursions.
|£1,825||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Jun 2005||Gatehead Youth Club
This group provides social activities and opportunities for young people. The grant is for trip to Louden Castle, play parachute and games.
|£250||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Jun 2005||Ayrshire Fuchsia and Geranium Society
This group aims to promote all aspects of Fuchsia and Geranium culture. The grant is for digital projector, laptop, film scanner, screen, tripod and cases.
|£4,436||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 Jun 2005||Break the Silence
This new group from Kilmarnock provide support, advice and information services for people who have suffered from sexual abuse.This grant will fund rent, marketing and travel expenses.
|8 Jun 2005||Patna Community Association
Patna Community Association in Ayrshire will use an award to engage local primary school children in recording stories of WW2, which will then be placed on CD. The group will also organise a small event with a local junior brass band.
|£1,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Jun 2005||East Ayrshire Council
East Ayrshire Council
|£60,592||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 May 2005||East Ayrshire Council
In association with Visible Fictions develop and deliver East Ayrshire Youth Theatre to enable young people to develop theatre skill
|£12,062||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 May 2005||East Ayrshire Council
Dean Castle, Kilmarnock - Access and Interpretation
|£33,500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 May 2005||Bellsbank Adventure Playground
This Project Will Offer Services In 'The Zone', A Community Facility Based In Dalmellington, In The Rurally Isolated Area Of Doon Valley In East Ayrshire. It Aims To Divert 750 Young People From Anti Social Activities, Encourage Healthier Lifestyles, And
|25 May 2005||Darvel Improvement Group
The Darvel Improvement Group will use their award to host a 1940's style street party and an exhibition. The local library will also be present to capture peoples memories of the war.
|£4,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|15 May 2005||Lise Bech
Towards the cost of undertaking a tailormade research trip to the USA to ascertain the best way of promoting own work
|£1,200||Scottish Arts Council|
|10 May 2005||Motor Caravanners Club Scottish Group
This group organises regular rallies where members can meet socially in various locations throughout the year. The grant will allow the group to provide a sheltered meeting place with easy access for disabled members at the rallies. The grant will be used
|10 May 2005||East Ayrshire Twinning Association
This group develop cultural, social, economic, sporting and educational links between East Ayrshire and its twin towns.
|£4,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||Dalmellington Angling Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Local People To Participate In Recreational And Competitive Freshwater Angling. The Grant Is For Concrete - 6 Cube, Plywood, Wood, Stakes And Posts, Steel For Concrete, Hire Of Machinery And Labour.
|7 Apr 2005||East Ayrshire Council
A local war veteran Mr Blackwood will present a plaque to a Dutch school as part of his visit to celebrate the liberation of Holland by the 52nd Lomond Division. This will be the start of the inter school communication initiative. A series of interviews
|£6,696||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Mar 2005||East Ayrshire Council
towards the cost of commissioning Christine Borland to create a body of site-specific work
|£8,310||Scottish Arts Council|
|25 Feb 2005||The Mauchline Burns Club
Mauchline Kirkyard Project
|£44,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|25 Feb 2005||Northwest Kilmarnock Lone Parent Resource Project
The project is relocating to bright, freshly refurbished premises. The cr+¿che, Parent Support Group and sitter service will benefit from ground floor access and outdoor play facilities, both as a direct result of the scheme in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Furth
|£137,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Feb 2005||Vivid
This Group Raise Funds By Providing Public Performances To Assist Local Organisations, Community Groups And Other Associations. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Their Own Equipment (Group Currently Borrow Equipment), Thus Enabling Them To Become Mo
|£4,600||Scottish Arts Council|
|23 Feb 2005||Grandparents Apart Self Help Group (Kilmarnock)
This group from Kilmarnock provides practical and emotional support to local people who are separated from their grandchildren. The grant will allow the group to provide greater support to it's members by updating their office and computer equipment allow
|23 Feb 2005||East Ayrshire Federation of Community Associations
This group provides training, social and recreational opportunities for local people. The grant will allow the group to share experiences and receive training therefore resulting in a better service for their members. The grant will cover the costs of f
|23 Feb 2005||Dalmellington Health Initiative
This group promote positive lifestyles and provide opportunities for the local communities of Dalmellington and Bellsbank to participate in health and fitness related activities.
|£2,133||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Feb 2005||Cumnock National Osteoporosis Support Group
This group organise regular meetings to provide support and information to group members who have osteoporosis. The grant will allow the group to run fortnightly exercise classes to help promote healthy bones and bodies. The grant will cover the cost of
|£2,807||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Feb 2005||Sorn Athletic Boys Club
This group provides facilities and opportunities for members to participate and develop in the sport of football.
|23 Feb 2005||Ayrshire Rolling Rock's Curling Club
The Group Provides Opportunities For Wheelchair Users To Participate In The Sport Of Curling. The Grant Will Allow Those With Limited Mobility To Keep Warm And Curl Comfortably And Safely. The Grant Will Cover The Cost Of Heated Clothing, Extender Cues
|8 Feb 2005||Crosshouse Action Now
Crosshouse Action Now in East Ayrshire have been awarded a grant to enable them to carry out a range of activities as part of their WW2 remembrance project. The project will encompass an exhibition showing memorabilia from WW2, a free concert with enterta
|£10,350||New Opportunities Fund|