Not all grants have full location data, so drilling down deeper will miss some.
1,434 matching grants found.
Showing 100 results per page.
|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
|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
|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
|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 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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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|
|15 Dec 2002||Palace Theatre
Towards the cost of Andrew Gale attending a TMA course
|£957||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 2002||Kilmaurs Photographic Club
This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Learn And Develop Photographic Skills. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Expand Their Digital Facilities, Enabling Members To Learn A Wider Range Of Techniques And Encourage More Speakers And Young People To
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 2002||Dalrymple Community Association
This group from Dalrymple provides educational and recreational activities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase carpeting.
|4 Dec 2002||Male Support Group
This new group from Cumnock provides support and therapy to men with mental health issues. Grant will enable the group to provide a supported short break and outings, to help improve members confidence. The grant will be used to fund a trip to Shetland
|£2,370||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Dec 2002||Cairns Nursery School Parents' Association
This group from Kilmarnock provides educational facilities for under 5's. Grant will allow the group to purchase play equipment to enhance coordination skills. The group also wish to create a rock garden to enhance their environmental area of the nurser
|£2,424||New Opportunities Fund|
|27 Nov 2002||Muirkirk Enterprise Group Ltd
Muirkirk Community All-weather Multi-Sports Area.
|27 Nov 2002||Cumnock Rugby Football Club
Cumnock Rugby Football Club - Facilities Development Upgrade.
|5 Nov 2002||Victim Support East Ayrshire
This group from Kilmarnock provides a counselling and advice and information service for victims of crime. The grant will be used to purchase 1 PC, laptop and ancillary computer equipment.
|5 Nov 2002||Sorn Environmental Regeneration Volunteers (S.E.R.V.)
This Group Initiates Activities, Particularly Environmental Projects, To Benefit The Local Area And Its Inhabitants. Grant Will Fund Village Clock Repairs.
|£2,916||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Oct 2002||Philippa Aitken
Towards attending the conference 'Craft in the 21st Century: Theorising Change and Practice
|£333||Scottish Arts Council|
|2 Oct 2002||Kilmarnock Photographic Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Local People To Learn Photography Skills The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Digital Camera And Accessories.
|£4,510||Scottish Arts Council|
|2 Oct 2002||Clydeside Sword and Step
This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Learn, Practice And Perform Traditional Dance. The Grant Will Fund Hall And Equipment Hire, Accommodation, Marketing And Administration Costs.
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|2 Oct 2002||Scoile Rince Aine
This Group Provides Opportunities For Children And Young People To Learn And Develop The Art Of Irish Dancing. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Class Dresses And Heavy Dancing Shoes.
|£4,140||Scottish Arts Council|
|2 Oct 2002||East Ayrshire South Against Crime
This group from Cumnock promotes initiatives and provides practical support to reduce crime in the local community. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment, a laminator, marquee and chairs.
|2 Oct 2002||Dunlop Corinthians Football Club
This New Group Provides Opportunities For People To Participate In Football Matches And Coaching Sessions At All Levels. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Strips, Goalkeepers Equipment, Substitutes Suits, Rain Jackets And Trousers, Bibs, Footballs,
|20 Sep 2002||East Ayrshire Citizens Advice Bureau
The aim of the project is to provide an outreach and home visiting debt management and money advice service in the Coalfields area of East Ayrshire.This three year grant will fully fund the salaries of a new part-time Project Worker, a new full-time Proje
|16 Sep 2002||Catrine Parish Church
Catrine Parish Church, Renovation - Phase 2
|£40,700||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Aug 2002||East Ayrshire Council
Towards the cost of visiting Documenta 11
|£270||Scottish Arts Council|
|15 Aug 2002||East Ayrshire Council
Towards the cost of Dawn Parker attending Documenta 11
|£270||Scottish Arts Council|
|7 Aug 2002||Muirkirk and District Pipe Band
This Group Provide Opportunities To Learn And Play Pipes And Drums. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 2 Drums, 2 Carriers And Pipe Chanters.
|£2,741||Scottish Arts Council|
|7 Aug 2002||Cumnock and Doon Valley Deaf Club
This group from Cumnock provides support, and social and recreational opportunities for hearing impaired people and their families. Grant will allow the group to provide a new range of activities for their members.
|7 Aug 2002||The Friends of Loudoun Kirk
This Group From Galston Aims To Restore And Preserve Loudon Kirk And Promote An Interest In Local And Family History. Grant Will Be Used For A Graveyard Survey, Production Of Cd, Radio Microphones, Candles And Holders, Promotional Event Costs, Advertisin
|£4,410||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Aug 2002||The Eglinton Hunt Branch of the Pony Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Ages To Participate In Equestrian Activities. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase A Full Set Of Safety Show Jumps.
|6 Jun 2002||Catrine and District Visual Arts Group
This Group Provide Arts And Crafts Activities For The Local Community. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Tutors Fees For 10 Workshops, Travel Costs, Light Box, Stencils, Dye Cuter, Lamps, Refils And Art Set.
|£836||Scottish Arts Council|
|6 Jun 2002||1st Mauchline Guides
This group from Mauchline provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to fund accommodation, activities and catering.
|6 Jun 2002||Henderson Church Playgroup
This group from Kilmarnock provides pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. Grant will be used to fund transport, theatre admissions, lunch, and purchase a portable sink.
|£558||New Opportunities Fund|
|24 May 2002||Bellsbank Adventure Playground
This project aims to provide homework support for children who attend the After School Care project, and to encourage participation in education among children who are without family support. This grant will fund the salaries of two new part-time homewor
|3 May 2002||East Ayrshire Council Educational & Social Services Communit
To establish a learning centre in Onthank, Northwest Kilmarnock and to give four community areas a life-long learning access point to promote life-long learning and the opportunity to take the first steps to employment.
|£172,455||New Opportunities Fund|
|1 May 2002||Knockinlaw Community Association
This group from Kilmarnock provides social and educational activities for members of the local community aimed at supporting personal and social development. The grant will be used to purchase pool table, pool cues, and transport and accommodation for tri
|1 May 2002||Muirkirk Community Association
This group from Muirkirk manages and maintains a hall for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to install a new PA system.
|1 May 2002||Hurlford and Crookedholm Playgroup
This group provides play and educational opportunities for pre-school children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment, including dolls and dressing-up clothes, storage unit, room dividers, and fund an educational bus trip.
|£854||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Apr 2002||Rosebank Senior Citizens' Club
This group from Kilmarnock provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase a bingo machine and equipment.
|4 Apr 2002||29th Ayrshire (New Farm Loch) Scout Group
This group from Kilmarnock provides growth and personal development opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase camping equipment, furniture, arts and crafts equipment.
|4 Apr 2002||Bellsbank Adventure Playground - Girl Power Group
This group from Dalmellington promotes and encourages social awareness and education for young women. The grant will be used to fund training, production of video and weekend away.
|4 Apr 2002||SWAGGER
This group from Glasgow provides practical support, advice and information for amputees. The grant will be used to fund holiday accommodation and transport.
|4 Apr 2002||The Ayrshire Federation Of Historical Societies
This Group Promotes The History Of Ayrshire And Acts As An Umbrella Body For Historical Societies In The Area. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund The Production Of A Book.
|£4,603||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|4 Apr 2002||Dalrymple 0-5s Playgroup
This group provide educational and play opportunities for children under 5 years of age. The grant will be used to purchase a trampoline, railway, chairs, trikes, baby walkers, cups, mobile, and play equipment.
|£2,226||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Apr 2002||Cunninghame Orienteering Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Ages To Participate In Orienteering Activities. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Computer Software, Survey And Cartography Of Forrest Lodge, Production Of Maps Of Dalry/Galloway Area.
|4 Apr 2002||Lugar Boswell Thistle Boys Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In Footballing Activities. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Football Strips, Training Balls, Track Suits And Waterproof Of Jackets.
|25 Mar 2002||Inform (data) Ltd
Towards the cost of piloting Common Ground on the Hill, a summer school in Ayrshire of traditional music, crafts and visual arts
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|6 Mar 2002||East Ayrshire Council, Museums and Arts Section
Transfer of Burns House Museum in Mauchline to East Ayrshire Council
|£49,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|7 Feb 2002||Cumnock and District Pipe Band
This Group Provide Opportunities For Local People To Take Part In Drumming And Piping Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 1 Bass Drum, 3 Tenor Drums, 5 Side Drums, 5 Kilts, 5 Sporrans, 5 Jackets And 5 Glengarries.
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|7 Feb 2002||Kuloc Chinese Community Association
This group organises social welfare, cultural, educational and recreational activities for local people of Chinese origin. The grant will allow the group to fund the development and equipping of dance team, purchase of dragon costume, equipment and props
|£4,450||Scottish Arts Council|
|7 Feb 2002||St Thomas Hall Management Association
This group manages and maintains a hall for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase cutlery and crockery, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, washing machine and an industrial cooker.
|7 Feb 2002||Kilmaurs Senior Citizens Association
This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund Christmas dinner, concert, outing and high tea.
|7 Feb 2002||Little Angels Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to install rubber safety tiles.
|£3,451||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Feb 2002||Kilmarnock Angling Club
This group provides opportunities to participate in the sport of angling, and maintains an area of riverbank for such use. Grant will allow the group to clean up their riverbank area to increase access, allow improved activity and maintain a more attracti
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|7 Feb 2002||Irvine Takeda Karate Club
This Group Provides Coaching In Karate At Adult And Junior Levels. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Mats And To Fund Training For Instructors.
|7 Feb 2002||Ochiltree Rovers Football Club
This Group Provides Football Training And Competition Opportunities For Young People. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Accommodation, Coach Hire To Take 22 Members To A Football Festival In Blackpool.
|7 Feb 2002||Cumnock Amateur Football Club
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Play And Compete In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Portable Goals.
|25 Jan 2002||1st Muirkirk Company Boys' Brigade
This project will provide a local youth group with new equipment to replace existing equipment which is over 30 years old.
|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.