Lottery grants awarded to Burntisland in 2001

8 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
6 Dec 2001 Fife (Dunfermline) Print Workshop

This Group Provides Workshops, Facilities And Tuition In Printmaking To Members And Non-Members. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Portable Press, Inks, Tools, Portable Screenwriting Equipment And Inks, Paper And Other Materials.

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
6 Dec 2001 Burntisland Heritage Trust

This group aims to raise public awareness and promote interest in the history of Burntisland through exhibitions and presentations to members of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase a data and video projector, laptop computer, projector

£3,305 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Aug 2001 Kinghorn Indoor Carpet Bowling Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Participate In Indoor Bowling Competitions. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 2 Short Mat Bowling Carpets.

£987 Sport Scotland
8 Jun 2001 Kirkcaldy and District Elderly Forum

This group provides support, social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund outing, lunches and high teas.

£1,690 Community Fund
8 Jun 2001 Burntisland Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children.The grant will be used to purchase a computer, printer, table, educational games, stationery, cartridges and fund tutor costs, staff training costs and the hire of a computer sui

£2,286 Community Fund
8 Jun 2001 Burntisland Out of School Service (B.O.S.S.)

This group provides out of school registered childcare. The grant will be used to fund sessional workers, relief staff, hall hire and activity costs.

£4,247 Community Fund
22 Feb 2001 Kinghorn Youth Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase art and craft materials and play equipment and fund training costs, volunteer expenses and sessional workers fees.

£4,380 Community Fund
21 Jan 2001 Elizabeth Ogilvie

for an internal water installation involving a publication and research programme

£25,000 Scottish Arts Council