Lottery grants awarded to Humbie

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7 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
2 Jun 2014 Humbie Box Office

The group hold film screenings for the local community in the village hall. The group will purchase new visual and sound equipment.

£8,998 Creative Scotland
18 Aug 2006 Humbie Primary School

This group provide primary education to the local children. The grant is for projector, software and web cam.

£2,500 New Opportunities Fund
2 Dec 2003 The Liberating Scots Trust

This Group Aim To Educate The Public About The Part Scottish Forces Played In Liberating The Netherlands During World War Ii. Grant Will Be Used To Produce Cd Roms, Which Will Enable Users To Discover The Conditions Faced By Scots Soldiers Involved In Th

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
16 Sep 2003 Humbie Box Office

This New Group Promote The Enjoyment Of Film. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Their Own Equipment, Enabling Them To Screen A Range Of Films And Involve The Local Community In Film-Making Projects. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Projecto

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
25 Jun 1999 Humbie Lunch Club

This group provides recreational and social activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund travel costs, entertainment and a seasonal event.

£803 Community Fund
30 Mar 1999 Cruse Bereavement Care- East Lothian Branch

This group provides practical support and counselling for people who have been affected by bereavement. The grant will be used to purchase a flip chart easel, books and training materials and to fund training and attendance at a national conference.

£1,345 Community Fund
4 Dec 1998 Humbie After School Care Club

This group provides an out of school care service for children and practical support for parents. The grant will be used to purchase materials, games, books, a computer, a cupboard and cushions.

£2,085 Community Fund