Lottery grants awarded to Newport-on-tay

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52 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
16 Mar 2017 Taymara

This group provide sailing trips and boat-based activities for children and young people facing a range of challenges. The funding will be used to restore a vessel that has been out of service for several years to being operational. This will in the long-term double the group?s capacity to deliver to beneficiaries.

£9,980 Big Lottery Fund
16 Nov 2016 Rebecca Sharp

Invitation to read as a guest poet at the International Poetry Festival of Granada, Nicaragua; plus events in New York, Washington DC and St Andrews

£2,928 Creative Scotland
28 Jan 2016 Wormit Bowling Club

Wormit Bowling Club

£7,110 Sport Scotland
28 Jan 2016 Wormit Bowling Club

This club will use the funding to purchase a lawn mower.

£7,110 Sport Scotland
29 Dec 2015 Taymara

This group will use the funding to kit out a motor yacht that they have been gifted by a private owner.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
2 Jul 2015 Gair Dunlop

Atomic Modern: Yellowcake

£25,000 Creative Scotland
1 Jul 2015 Pegasus Gymnastics Club

This club based in Newport will use the funding to reduce their current waiting list and introduce pre-school sessions through the purchase of additional equipment.

£10,000 Sport Scotland
29 Mar 2015 Morison Duncan Hall Management Committee

This group will use the funding to start a community cinema for the two neighbouring towns.

£4,881 Big Lottery Fund
10 Nov 2014 Sue Peebles

Artist Bursaries August 2014

£5,000 Creative Scotland
25 Sep 2014 Madras College FP Ladies Hockey Club

Madras College FP Ladies Hockey Club

£1,920 Big Lottery Fund
25 Sep 2014 Madras College FP Ladies Hockey Club

The club will use funding for pitch hire, equipment and volunteer expenses.

£1,920 Big Lottery Fund
18 Aug 2014 Tay Trampoline Club

The club will use the funding to purchase a 4x4 trampoline and crash mats.

£5,500 Sport Scotland
26 May 2014 Tay Trampoline Club

Tay Trampoline Club

£538 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2014 Tay Trampoline Club

The club will use the funding to deliver free taster sessions for up to 48 children aged between 6 and 15. These tasters session will be delivered by qualified coaches with the assistance of a volunteer from the club. Following the taster sessions, the children will be invited to try trampolining at the club for free for two weeks.

£538 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2014 Wormit Playgroup

The group will be able to develop an existing arts programme called 'Being an Artist' for 100 pre-school age children and children up to 8 years. The project will allow the children and artists to work together to produce works to be exhibited.

£800 Big Lottery Fund
17 Apr 2014 Wormit Playgroup

The group will be able to develop an existing arts programme called ?Being an Artist? for 100 pre-school age children and children up to 8 years. The project will allow the children and artists to work together to produce works to be exhibited.

£800 Big Lottery Fund
4 Jul 2013 Newport Primary School

The school will use the grant to install an outdoor classroom and play equipment for the benefit of pupils at the school as well as the local community.

£9,746 Big Lottery Fund
11 Apr 2013 Tricky Hat Productions

Tricky Hat will work with carers to create public art works in collaboration with forensic patients in Murray Royal Hospital to support the rehabilitation process of offenders back into society.

£30,000 Creative Scotland
18 Jan 2013 Jonathan Baxter and Sarah Gittins

DUO is a socially engaged environmental art practice that utilises interdisciplinary artforms (including horticulture) to support organisations and communities to plant, care for, and celebrate small-scale cultural orchards in Dundee.

£43,656 Creative Scotland
1 Nov 2012 Newport Tennis Club

This group will the grant to resurface its tennis courts providing significantly better playing facilities for local people.

£10,000 Sport Scotland
20 Sep 2011 34th Fife Scout Group

The group will refurbish the kitchen of its recently renovated scout hut. The project will provide improved facilities which will benefit a variety of local groups and the wider community. The grant will fund kitchen cupboards, work tops, a dishwasher, co

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2011 Tiggers Trampoline and DMT Club

The club will purchase new trampolining equipment to increase participation levels. The grant will fund a trampoline and three trampoline beds.

£7,500 Sport Scotland
25 Feb 2010 Rathillet Primary School

This group will run after school clubs in keep fit and football to provide local children with opportunities to take part in sport. This grant will pay for ootball and keep fit tutor costs, football strips and aerobic equipment.

£1,078 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2010 Friends of the University of Dundee Botanic Garden

This group plan to re-landscape the Australasian section of the garden and create 2 new pathways to make the garden more accessible to visitors. This grant will part pay for site preparation and safety facilities, excavation costs as well as for the creat

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2009 The Rotary Club of Dundee

The Rotary Club of Dundee will purchase a laptop and data projector in order to improve the service it offers its community.

£800 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2009 34th Fife Scout Group

This group will commission an architect to fund a feasibility study to support the project 'Scout Hut refurbishment' for the next 25 years.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2008 Newport Primary School Parent Council

This group promote partnership between Newport Primary School, pupils, parents and carers to support the educational experience of the pupils. The grant is for a trim trail and outdoor stage.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2008 Equal Futures

This group provide an advocacy service for disabled people and their families. The grant will be used to produce a quarterly newsletter, information packs and fact sheets. It will also fund training, catering and material costs.

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Mar 2008 Janet Smith

Towards the cost of a professional development trip to the USA to refresh as a professional choreographer and artistic director

£2,000 Scottish Arts Council
2 Apr 2007 Wormit Primary School

This school provides educational and recreational activities fro children from the local community. The grant will be used to purchase a wooden climbing tower with slide, wooden sandpit, wooden balance beam, wooden picnic table, six wooden planters, two b

£4,942 Big Lottery Fund
11 Dec 2006 CraigOwl Communities

This group provide first stop learning opportunities and support to people disengaged from mainstream learning and employment. four notebook computers, multimedia projector, software, sessional tutor, admin costs, transport costs, publicity materials.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2006 Newport Playgroup

This group provides educational and recreational activities for pre-school children. sessional workers, storage shed, a computer, a printer, a workstation, outdoor toys, educational resources and furniture.

£6,480 Big Lottery Fund
3 Apr 2006 Triangle Under Fives Group

This group provide pre-school education and recreational play to under 5's in a safe and stimulating environment. The grant is for equipment, resources and computer equipment.

£5,000 Community Fund
7 Feb 2006 Wormit Boating Club

This group is a boating club who provide all types of water activities such as dinghy and yacht sailing. The grant is for contribution towards extending the existing slipway.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
10 Jun 2005 Newport Primary School Parent Teachers Association

This Group Provide Support To A Local Primary School. The Grant Is For Handycam Mini Dv And Remote Tripod, Video Editing Software/Lighting/Microphone, Multimedia Artist Fee, Computer, Dvd Burner, Ext Hardrive.

£4,956 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 May 2005 Newport Playgroup

The project is the creation of an outdoor play area that will provide a safe, secure and happy environment in which children can learn through play.

£2,900 New Opportunities Fund
15 May 2004 Lei Cox

Towards the cost of travel to the Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, Australia and creating documentation for a solo new work

£2,000 Scottish Arts Council
18 Jul 2003 Morison Duncan Hall Management Committee

This group from Gauldry provides a public hall facility for the benefit of the local community. Grant will allow the group to upgrade their premises enabling them to provide a safer and more comfortable environment for local people. The grant will be us

£2,788 Community Fund
6 May 2003 Newport Playgroup

This group based in Fife provides pre-school play opportunities for children. The award will be used to purchase equipment and resources which enable the group to improve educational provision and general health and safety.

£1,995 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jan 2003 Mike Stubbs

Towards the cost of presenting digital film Zero at Transmedialle Festival, Berlin, also attend Future Cinema at ZKM, Kalsruhe

£672 Scottish Arts Council
4 Apr 2002 Triangle Under Fives Group

This group from Cupar provide play and educational opportunities for children in the local area. The grant will be used to purchase 2 storage units, wooden blocks, road and railtrack system, books, and other play equipment and resources.

£1,327 New Opportunities Fund
7 Feb 2002 Central, Tayside and Fife Area Liaison Comm - Arthritis Care

This group seeks to educate and empower people with arthritis to take control and improve their quality of life. The grant will be used to purchase a laptop computer and fund training costs.

£4,909 Community Fund
7 Feb 2002 Dundee Amateur Radio Club

This group from Dundee provides amateur radio-based education and facilities for local people.

£1,894 New Opportunities Fund
19 Jan 2002 Gina Czarnecki

Towards the cost of an interactive digital artwork that explores issues relating to genetics

£25,000 Scottish Arts Council
6 Dec 2001 Wormit Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase leather play suite, wooden blocks, storage chest, climbing frame, tables, multicultural dolls clothes, tabards and playmobil equipment.

£1,049 New Opportunities Fund
8 Jun 2001 Wormit Toddlers Group

This group provides social and recreational opportunities for pre-school children and their carers. The grant will be used to purchase play mats, toys and a blanket box.

£500 Community Fund
11 Jul 2000 Earl of Loudoun's Regiment of Foote

This group re-enacts scenes and provides education to the general public on 17th century life within the military armies of Scotland and England. The grant will be used to purchase clothing and weaponry.

£3,617 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Sep 1999 Artists' Workshop

This group provides opportunities for people to study various aspects of art and painting through the provision of professional tuition and group discussion. The grant will be used to purchase cupboards, tables, electrical equipment, easels and arts mater

£1,708 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 Fife Chinese Women's Association

This group promotes Chinese language and culture and provides social and educational opportunities for local people. The grant will be used to fund travel costs, outings, publicity and sessional fees.

£2,700 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Balmerino Community Association

This group provides social and recreational facilities for the local community. The grant will be used to fund kitchen upgrade work.

£4,868 Community Fund
30 Oct 1997 Mental Health Befriending Group - East Fife

This group provides a befriending service for adults with mental health problems. The grant will be used to buy computer equipment and a fax/answer machine.

£1,970 Community Fund
12 Dec 1996 N E Fife Playfriend Scheme

To develop the scheme to provide a specialist service integrating children with special needs into mainstream playgroups. This grant over three years will fund office expenses and the training and travel costs of sessional workers and volunteers.

£16,525 Community Fund