Lottery grants awarded to East Dunbartonshire, Scotland in 2002

39 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
4 Dec 2002 Kirkintilloch Pipe Band

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Learn Piping And Drumming Skills. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Provide A More Professional Performance At A Wider Range Of Events And Encourage New Members To Participate. The Grant Will Be Used To Pu

£4,809 Scottish Arts Council
4 Dec 2002 Park Road Community and Social Committee

This group from Milngavie provides social and recreational activities for older people. Grant will allow the group to enhance their equipment resource and provide training enabling them to develop the IT skills of members. The grant will be used to purc

£2,900 Community Fund
4 Dec 2002 Candlelight Association

This new group from Torrance promotes spiritual development and knowledge and teaching of healing. Grant will allow the group to enhance their equipment resource enabling them to provide a programme of relaxation and therapy sessions. The grant will be

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
4 Dec 2002 Westerton Primary School PTA

This group from Bearsden provides fund raising and recreational activities for school children. Grant will allow the group to create a landscaped wildlife garden enabling them to provide an educationally stimulating environment for children. The grant w

£4,000 New Opportunities Fund
4 Dec 2002 Rionnagan Beaga

This new group from Glasgow provides a Gaelic nursery for pre school children allowing them the opportunity to engage in the Gaelic language in a fun environment. Grant will allow the group to employ Gaelic speaking sessional workers to encourage the chi

£2,724 New Opportunities Fund
4 Dec 2002 East Dunbartonshire Water Polo Club

This Group Provides Young People With The Opportunity To Participate In The Sport Of Water Polo. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Fixed End Water Polo Goals, Goal Nets And Goal Sockets.

£1,213 Sport Scotland
4 Dec 2002 Phoenix Archers

This new group provides opportunities and facilities for members to participate in the sport of indoor and outdoor archery. The grant will enable the group to purchase basic equipment and bows allowing members to take part at all levels and to provide a

£4,992 Sport Scotland
27 Nov 2002 The Bishopbriggs Golf Club

Golf Practice & Junior Development Facility.

£146,750 Sport Scotland
27 Nov 2002 Clyde Cruising Club

The Bardowie Project.

£175,000 Sport Scotland
22 Nov 2002 1A Productions

Man Dancin+. Contemporary Passion Play set in Glasgow. When a man retuns from prison and tries to go straight, his unexpected behaviour causes shock waves which threaten a very delicate status quo.

£25,000 Scottish Screen
28 Oct 2002 East Dunbartonshire Council

The grant will be used to create 24 after school and 24 holiday places for children aged 4-14 years old in Kilsyth, Glasgow.

£58,701 New Opportunities Fund
16 Oct 2002 Named Individual

Bursary to attend SOURCES 2

£500 UK Film Council
2 Oct 2002 St Ninians High School Parents Teachers Association

This new group promotes the association of home, school and church through educative, social and caring activities. Aquarium and fish.

£2,360 New Opportunities Fund
2 Oct 2002 West of Scotland Squash

This group provides opportunities for members to take part in tournaments, leagues and competitions in the sport of squash in the west of Scotland. Coach education and junior development seminars, travel and accomodation to junior tournaments.

£1,156 Sport Scotland
30 Sep 2002 East Dunbartonshire Council

Towards a drama research and development, including youth outreach workshops, forming a company and performances

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
9 Sep 2002 Armac Films Ltd

The Boy David Story. The story of a baby, abandoned in the jungle, his face destroyed by disease, rescued from a paupers+ hospital in Lima and delivered to a Scottish surgeon, filmed over twenty years ago.

£8,000 Scottish Screen
9 Aug 2002 Deafblind Scotland

The project will work with people with either congenital or acquired dual sensory impairments throughout Scotland. It will provide information on health issues and lifestyle options in an appropriate communication format and will provide training courses

£902,076 New Opportunities Fund
7 Aug 2002 Stobhill Hospital Hillwalking and Rambling Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Sports Hillwalking, Rambling And Cycling. Entrance Fees, Training Courses, Climbing And Safety Equipment.

£3,517 Sport Scotland
7 Aug 2002 Glasgow Tigers

This Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Train In And Play The Sport Of American Football. New Goal Posts, Line Marker, Tops, 8 Helmets.

£4,980 Sport Scotland
7 Aug 2002 Seafar Villa Football Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In Football Coaching Sessions And Matches.The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Training Balls, Bibs, Nets, Markers, Bottle Carrier, Holdalls, Net Clips, Ball Carry Nets, Match Balls, Rain Jac

£4,987 Sport Scotland
25 Jun 2002 Bishopbriggs Childcare Centre Ltd

The grant will be used to create 10 after-school and 10 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Glasgow. The project will expand 2 existing provisions. 2 local schools will be served.

£10,953 New Opportunities Fund
25 Jun 2002 Time Out Club

The grant will be used to create 24 before school places for children aged 4-14 years old in Glasgow.

£6,000 New Opportunities Fund
6 Jun 2002 Alloa Colliery Pipe Band

This Group Provide Opportunities For Members Of The Community To Take Part In Piping And Drumming Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 3 Marching Drums And Cases, 2 Tenor Drums And Cases, Bass Drum And Case, 12 Pipe Chanters, 12 Practice Chanter

£2,117 Scottish Arts Council
6 Jun 2002 Glasgow Area Prostate Support Group

This group from Glasgow provides practical support, advice and information to people suffering prostate cancer. The grant will be used to purchase overhead projector, slide projector, screen, computer, publicity, hall hire, volunteer expenses, training.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
6 Jun 2002 Milngavie Bearsden Carpet Bowls

This Group Provides A Regular Meeting Place For Indoor Bowlers Each Week Plus Other Occasional Social Events. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Two Bowling Carpets And One Set Of Short Mat Bowls.

£744 Sport Scotland
6 Jun 2002 Faifley Thistle Football Club

This New Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In 7-A-Side Football Teams. Goal Nets, Match Balls, Poles, Football Strips And Track Suites, Facility Hire And Transport.

£3,100 Sport Scotland
1 May 2002 Cruse Bereavement Care Strathkelvin

This group from Kirkintilloch provides counselling support to people who have suffered a bereavement. The grant will be used to fund training and counsellor supervision costs.

£4,635 New Opportunities Fund
29 Apr 2002 Milngavie Pipe Band

Towards the cost of a complete set of drums and accessories

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
4 Apr 2002 Indian Mahila Cultural Committee

This Group Plan And Organise Various Cultural Activities And Performances To Promote Equal Opportunities For Women And Appreciation Of Indian Culture. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Fund Hire Of Coach, Accomodation For Cast Of 32, Professional Fee And

£2,974 Scottish Arts Council
4 Apr 2002 International Folk Festival Organisation

This group from Milngavie provide opportunities for local people to experience and understand international folk culture.The grant will be used to fund 4 weeks bus hire and fuel expenses for travel to special needs schools, and costs for the provision of

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Apr 2002 St Helens Primary School Parents Association

This P.T.A. assist in the provision of facilities at St. Helen's not provided by the Education Authority. Award will be used for a de-mountable stage and stage lighting for, theatrical productions, assemblies and for use by other community groups who use

£4,840 New Opportunities Fund
4 Apr 2002 1st Campsie Boys Brigade

This group from Lennoxtown provides growth and personal development opportunities for children and young people. The grant will be used to fund a Jubilee camp to Loch Tay, including travel and accommodation costs, safari picnic.

£1,400 New Opportunities Fund
4 Apr 2002 Lenzie Youth Club

This Group Provides Social And Recreational Opportunities For Young People. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Football Strips.

£2,500 Sport Scotland
25 Mar 2002 The Volunteer Centre - East Dunbartonshire

This Project Will Allow The Organisation To Continue To Provide A Befriending Service To Socially Isolated And Vulnerable Adults And Expand Their Service To Include Telephone And Email Befriending.This Three Year Grant Will Partly Fund The Salaries Of An

£148,420 Community Fund
7 Feb 2002 Bangiya Sanskritik Parishad

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Learn And Participate In All Forms Of Bengali Cultural Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Hall Rental, Director'S Fees, Travel Costs, Costumes And Props.

£1,600 Scottish Arts Council
7 Feb 2002 Milton of Campsie Senior Citizens Association

This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a programme of social events, including two dances and outings to the coast.

£1,250 Community Fund
7 Feb 2002 Bishopbriggs Lawn Tennis Club

This Group Proivdes Tennis Facilities And Coaching To Local People. The Money Will Be Used To Replace The Clubhouse Roof.

£2,000 Sport Scotland
7 Feb 2002 Tir Conaill Harps Camogie Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Women And Girls Of All Ages To Take An Active Part In Camogie And Shinty. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Shinty And Camogie Equipment, And To Fund Coaching Expenses, Training Course Fees And Travel Costs.

£4,994 Sport Scotland
25 Jan 2002 Twechar Community Action

The project aims to assist in the regeneration of the village of Twechar by providing and encouraging access to a range of community, recreational, learning and well being actvities.

£41,030 Community Fund