Lottery grants awarded to Musselburgh in 1999

23 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Nov 1999 East Lothian SSPCA

This group provides education for local people on the improvement of animal welfare and the prevention of cruelty to animals. The grant will be used to purchase a trailer.

£1,581 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Gaelic Choirs of Edinburgh

This group aims to stage a special millennium musical performance with choral singing for the benefit of the community. The grant will be used to fund hire of venue fees expenses accommodation insurance administration and publicity.

£730 Millennium Commission
15 Sep 1999 First Step Community Project

This project will build on work established under a previous Charities Board grant. The project will develop links with a range of local service providers, gaining a greater understanding of local community needs, identifying and build links with more vu

£191,720 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Edinburgh Gaelic Choir

This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in Gaelic choral singing. The grant will be used to fund artists fees, venue hire and advertising costs.

£500 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 61st Edinburgh (Musselburgh) Company Boys' Brigade

This group provides opportunities for educational and personal development for young people. The grant will be used to fund training course costs.

£417 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Prestonpans Royal British Legion Pipe Band

This group provides opportunities for people to participate in drumming and piping activities. The grant will be used to purchase side drums, tenor drums, a bass drum and chanters.

£3,700 Scottish Arts Council
25 Jun 1999 Musselburgh Blind Social Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for visually impaired people. The grant will be used to purchase a music centre and to fund bus hire and running costs.

£2,674 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Musselburgh International Youth Exchange Group

This group promotes youth exchanges and encourages young people to learn more about the lives of other young European people. The grant will be used to fund the costs of an outdoor residential trip, transport, accommodation and expenses.

£4,882 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Stoneyhill Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment.

£1,472 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Campie Holiday Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and to fund outings.

£2,187 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Whitecraig Parent and Toddler Group

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase toys and equipment and to fund outings, a Christmas event and training.

£1,422 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Whitecraig Communty Centre

This group provides education and recreation facilities for members of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase a pool table, CD player, playstation, TV monitor, karaoke machine and a computer.

£4,265 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 East Lothian Association of Parents

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for special needs children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and to fund outings and travel.

£3,946 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Wallyford Community Centre Association

This group provides opportunities to advance education and provide facilities for recreation and leisure time activities. The grant will be used to fund a residential trip and transport.

£1,790 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Musselburgh Windsor Boys' Club

This group provides opportunities for young people to play the game of football. The grant will be used to purchase portable goals, footballs, bibs, cones and markers and to fund coaching course fees.

£1,550 Sport Scotland
17 Jun 1999 East Lothian Women's Aid

This Is A Further Development Of An Existing Project Funded By The Board And Will Provide Support For Children And Young People Within The Refuge, As Well As Outreach And Follow-Up Support For Women That Are Being Resettled. The Three Year Grant Will Fund

£123,763 Community Fund
17 Jun 1999 Craigvinean Outdoor Centre Trust

This project will provide a refurbished, self contained outdoor centre which will be suitable to accommodate wheelchair users. The centre will enable voluntary/community organisations, including youth organisations and those working with disabled people

£282,000 Community Fund
3 Jun 1999 Northesk Parish Church

Northesk Parish Church Bell Restoration

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Mar 1999 Fisherrow Community Centre Woodwork Section

This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in woodwork activities. The grant will be used to purchase tools and equipment.

£4,858 Scottish Arts Council
30 Mar 1999 21st Midlothian Scout Group

This group provides growth and development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to fund redecoration and repairs to the scout hall.

£3,991 Community Fund
30 Mar 1999 61st Company Boys' Brigade

This group provides growth and development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase a marquee.

£3,601 Community Fund
30 Mar 1999 Musselburgh Museum Committee

This group promotes and manages a museum for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase a PC, printer, scanner, transparency adaptor, digital camera, CD writer, CDs and software.

£4,044 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Feb 1999 Gaelic Choirs of Edinburgh

This group promotes Gaelic language through musical performance and choral singing. The grant will be used to fund venue and equipment hire, publicity costs and expenses.

£700 Scottish Arts Council