Lottery grants awarded to Glasgow City, Scotland in 2005

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
14 Dec 2005 Glasgow Braendam Link

This project will support 40 socially excluded men and their families (a minimum of a further 50 people) who live in highly deprived areas of Glasgow, to build confidence and self esteem, to access other services, to participate in their communities and t

£69,948 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Project Ability Limited

This Project Seeks To Enhance The Emotional And Social Development Of 500 Children And Young People Who Suffer From Complex Learning Disabilities And/Or Mental Health Issues And Physical Disability. This Will Be Achieved By The Provision Of A Dedicated M

£42,785 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 The Prince's Trust

The project will address the social problems faced by young people in rurally isolated areas by establishing 9 Youth Caf+s within the Highlands. The Caf+s will act as a platform for 675 young people to improve their life skills and employability, and will

£124,498 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Gorbals Community Forum

The project will deliver motivational/personal development courses, and also build the capacity of local people to become facilitators/trainers themselves and embed the capacity for future delivery within the community. The course will initially be deliv

£183,798 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Theatre Nemo

The project will increase the self-esteem, confidence, communication skills and social networks for people experiencing mental ill health or issues related to severe deprivation living in Glasgow and South Lanarkshire. The project will also break down bar

£204,504 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Castlemilk Community Time Bank

This project will develop the timebank service by incorporating a skills exchange programme into its activities. This will enable 200 disadvantaged people in Castlemilk to gain new skills, increase their confidence and self esteem and reduce their social

£46,377 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 St Mungo's Day Centre

This project seeks to provide access to day care facilities and will reduce isolation and increase the quality of life for 540 frail, elderly people suffering from physical disability and/or dementia. This will be achieved by the continued provision of a

£23,919 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Possil and Milton Forum on Disability

300 Disabled Adults In Possil And Milton Will Benefit From This Project, Which Aims To Boost The Confidence, Self Esteem And Basic And Social Skills Of Disabled People To Empower Them To Explore The Possibilities Of Employment Or Volunteering And Will Pro

£71,813 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Epilepsy Connections

This project aims to reduce isolation and increase the confidence, self-esteem and quality of life for 144 people with epilepsy, their families and carers living in rural areas across Central Scotland. It will develop local self-help groups and deliver

£105,101 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Castlemilk Stress Centre

This project will provide supported training opportunities for 30 residents in the Castlemilk area in Glasgow to gain new skills, build confidence and self esteem and will encourage and support individuals to progress to further education, community volun

£42,300 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 Project Ability Limited

This Project Seeks To Improve Levels Of Confidence, Self Esteem And Achievement For 50 Young People Between The Ages Of 12 -18 Who Are In-Patients At Gartnavel Hospital Adolescent Psychiatric Unit. This Will Be Achieved By Provision Of A Workshop Programm

£36,665 Community Fund
14 Dec 2005 East End Healthy Living Centre

This Project Aims To Promote Healthy Living To Result In An Increase In Health, Education, Confidence, Social Interaction And Self-Esteem Of 500 Young People Living In Disadvantaged Areas Within The East End Of Glasgow. It Will Employ A Young People'S

£98,940 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Sweetscar

This Group Provide High Quality Innovative Theatre Productions. The Grant Is For Contribution Towards Sessional Fees, Production And Technical Costs.

£4,000 Scottish Arts Council
9 Dec 2005 Drumchapel Camera Club

This Group Provide Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Art Of Photography. The Grant Is For Purchase Of A Digital Camera.

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
9 Dec 2005 Samba Ya Bamba

This Group Provide The Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Art Of Samba Music. The Grant Is For Instruments And Accessories, Mixing Fees, Cd Publishing, Hire Of Recoding Studio, Engineers Fees And Publicity Materials

£4,075 Scottish Arts Council
9 Dec 2005 The Big Issue Foundation Scotland

This group provide support and services for homeless people and marginalised and socially excluded people. The grant is for computer and software equipment.

£5,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Youth Counselling Services Agency

This group provide support, training and advice for young people from the minority ethnic community.. The grant is for pacific Institute trainer, training packs, catering and transport.

£4,800 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Roshni

This group works with young people, adults, support staff and organisations to raise awareness and increase knowledge of child abuse in minority ethnic communities. The grant is for weekend residential course, activities and travel.

£3,764 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Family Mediation West

This group provides support and information to families experiencing conflict. The grant is for website content research, design and registration and production of new leaflets and brochures.

£5,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Riverside Rascals

This group provide social and recreational activities for older people. The grant is for two sessional workers and transport costs.

£3,500 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Glasgow Children's Holiday Scheme

This group organise holidays for local disadvantaged children. The grant is for holiday costs.

£4,300 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Say Women

This group provides accommodation and support to young women who have been sexually abused or are at risk of being sexually abused. The grant is for 4 computers, 4 office licences and 1 router, PC set up/training, network installation and warranty and tec

£4,479 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Parkhead Citizens' Advice Bureau

This group provides free, confidential information and advice for people based in the East End of Glasgow. The grant is for contribution towards consultants fees for carrying out a feasibility study.

£5,000 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Somali Association In Glasgow

This new group provide practical information, advice and support to Somali refugees and asylum seekers. The grant is for football kit, bibs, football training equipment, mini bus driver training course fees, fuel, publicity, logo costs.

£3,387 Community Fund
9 Dec 2005 Black Environment Network

This Group From Glasgow Supports The Full Participation Of Ethnic Minority Communities In The Built And Natural Environment. The Grant Is For Conservation Workshops, Beneficiary Costs, Venue Hire, Materials And Compilation Of A Report.

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
9 Dec 2005 Pax Vobiscum

This new group provide training workshops, support and advice on mental health and wellbeing. The grant is for volunteer expenses, sessional psychologist fee, psychometric testing, publishing and printing of training workbooks.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Woodside Blind and Partially Sighted Club

This group provides support, information and social opportunities for members who are blind or partially sighted. The grant is for computer, printer, software, format sensitive games, social evening expenses, outings, volunteer and speaker expenses.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Govanhill Baths Community Trust

This group aim to re-open, preserve and conserve the Govanhill B listed building for the local community. The grant is for contribution towards quantity surveyors fee, structural survey fee and engineers fee.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Riverside Playscheme

This group provides social and recreational activities for children during school holidays. The grant is for transport costs for 6 daytrips, 3 cinema outings, fun day expenses.

£2,380 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Russian Cultural Centre

This group provides opportunities for people to learn about Russian art and culture. The grant is for artists fees, venue hire, publicity materials and transport.

£4,700 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Kelvin School

This group provide educational opportunities for children who are either blind or severely visually impaired and have severe learning difficulties. The grant is for contribution towards the school's 70th anniversary trip.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Riverside Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant is for digital camera, printer, arts and crafts equipment, musical equipment, cushions, toys, water table, cd player, tapes and cds.

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 ASTRA Ltd Airdrie Branch

This group promotes the advancement of knowledge and interest in space activities and science. The grant is for lecturer fees, transport, administration and publicity materials.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 M8's United

This group provide sport and physical recreation activities for school age children and young people who suffer from Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) The grant is for contribution towards school holiday activity programme and term time sport and physical

£4,900 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Tir Conaill Harps Gaelic Athletic Club

This group provide opportunities for people to play gaelic games. The grant is for computing equipment, electrical office equipment, office furnishings, stationery.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Castlemilk Boys Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Play The Game Of Football At A Basic And Competitive Level. The Grant Is For Tournament Fees Including Transport.

£5,000 Sport Scotland
9 Dec 2005 O'Neils Amateur Boxing Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For The Local Community, Especially Young People To Develop Their Boxing Skills And Physical Fitness. The Grant Is For 4 Station Work Frames, 4 Floor To Ceiling Speedball, 14ft Portable Boxing Ring, Coaching Coarse, Firs

£4,870 Sport Scotland
8 Dec 2005 Chinese Community Development Partnership Limited

The project will deliver a programme of dedicated services and activities for young Chinese people living in Glasgow.

£114,925 Community Fund
25 Nov 2005 Black Camel Picture Co

Breathe

£375,000 Scottish Screen
25 Nov 2005 Glasshouse Films Ltd

UD. UD is a black comedy about a family of vampires who have sworn off human blood and are struggling to live an ethical, eco friendly life on a remote Scottish island.

£24,900 Scottish Screen
25 Nov 2005 Edge City Films Ltd

Lore. Spring 1945 and the German resistance collapses. As the Allied forces sweep into the Motherland, five children embark on an epic journey which challenges every notion of family, love and friendship. On the road, the siblings struggle to survive the

£9,000 Scottish Screen
22 Nov 2005 The Greater Easterhouse Development Company

Blairtummock House - Social Enterprise Centre

£400,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Nov 2005 named individual

Skillset Film Futures

£440 UK Film Council
17 Nov 2005 Glasgow Media Access Centre

GMAC / Spirit Aid Youth Film Project

£20,000 UK Film Council
4 Nov 2005 conFAB

This Group Supports Writers And Promotes Written Arts. The Grant Is For Contribution Towards The Production Of A Play Concerning The Experiences Of Refugees Since Their Arrival In Britain.

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
4 Nov 2005 Hazelwood Club

This Group Provides Workshops On Arts, Crafts, Drama And Sports Activities. The Grant Is For Room Hire, Volunteer Expenses, Publicity, Administration, Cookery, Sports And Arts Workshops Including Materials.

£2,000 Scottish Arts Council
4 Nov 2005 Melting Pot Arts

This New Group Use Drama And Creativity To Encourage Learning And Healthy Living In Young People, Living In Socially And Economically Deprived Areas In Glasgow. The Grant Is For Hall And Theatre Hire, 2 Drama Facilitators, Volunteer Travel Expenses And Pu

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
4 Nov 2005 Carers Care, North Glasgow

This group from Glasgow provides information, advice and support to carers. The grant is for sewing machine, overlocker, materials and information booklet.

£1,100 Community Fund
4 Nov 2005 Cairncraig Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant is for travel expenses and holistic therapies.

£759 Community Fund
4 Nov 2005 Shettleston Methodist Church Community Project

This group provide social and recreational activities for older people. The grant is for christmas lunch, 3 colour printers, laptop computer, multimedia projector, software, screen.

£4,050 Community Fund
4 Nov 2005 ANDALUS

This community based voluntary group, provide lectures, seminars and workshops relating to the issues that are faced by minority communities that are living within Glasgow. The grant is for venue hire, sessional workers fees, material and equipment costs

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Nov 2005 The Dixon Community Ethnic Minority Users Group

This group provides day care for older people from the minority ethnic community. The grant is for contribution to a new minibus.

£5,000 Community Fund
4 Nov 2005 Govan Youth Programme Co-ordinating Committee

This group encourage young people between the ages of 10 and 16 years and who live in a deprived area, to take part in structured social activities. The grant is for sessional drivers.

£4,875 Community Fund
4 Nov 2005 Drumlocks

This group from Glasgow provides a personal hairdressing service and training opportunities for the unemployed and those on low income. The grant is for plumbing costs, sinks, hairdryers and accessories and refurbishment costs.

£1,500 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 Garscube Community Playrooms

This group provide space for creative and active play for young children. The grant is for room divider, seats, wall mural, floor mats and books.

£1,163 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 Howford School

This group provides education for children with moderate learning difficulties. The grant is for transport and accommodation.

£1,990 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 Scottish Ethnic Minoritry Sports Association (SEMSA)

This three year project will benefit 1750 young women from BME communities in Glasgow by tackling the inequalities they face in accessing sport and physical activity. A citywide programme will be devised which will create a network of safe, culturally sen

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 South-East Area Lifestyles

This three year project will work with 252 young women from economically and socially disadvantaged communities of the South East of Glasgow to provide a range of new physical activity opportunities. A programme of activity will be devised using a communi

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 East End Healthy Living Centre

This is a three year project which will benefit 650 young people from socially and economically disadvantaged areas of the East end of Glasgow. Opportunities will be provided for young people to participate in organised sport and physical activity includi

£750 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 Deaf Connections

This three-year project will work with 245 young deaf people living in disadvantaged communities. It aims to improve quality of life for deaf people aged 17-24 in the greater Glasgow area by increasing participation in sports and physical recreation. Th

£1,200 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 The Waterways Trust

This three year project will support up to 4,500 young people to access a range of outdoor adventure activities including canoeing, led walks, cycling and rock climbing all based around a new centre that the applicant is currently developing. It will als

£9,350 New Opportunities Fund
4 Nov 2005 Glasgow Islay Amateur Football Club

This Group Provide The Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Is For Travel And Accommodation Costs.

£1,000 Sport Scotland
4 Nov 2005 Shawlands FP RFC

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Play Rugby Union Football. The Grant Is For Kit For New Team, Equipment, Transport To Competitions, Coach Education Costs.

£3,555 Sport Scotland
4 Nov 2005 Sandiefield Star AFC

This Group Provide Opportunities For Its Members To Participate In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Is For Hire Of Indoor Training Facility.

£1,275 Sport Scotland
26 Oct 2005 British Lung Foundation Scotland

This Scotland Wide Project Aims To Bring About Positive Improvements To The Quality Of Life For 750 People Suffering With And At Risk From Lung Disease And Related Illnesses. It Aims To Do This By Employing An Information And Communications Officer (Ico)

£65,167 Community Fund
26 Oct 2005 Centre For Independent Living In Glasgow

The Project Will Enhance The Self-Worth, Self-Esteem, Employability, And Self-Confidence Of 225 Disabled People Living In The West Of Scotland. The Project Will Also Seek To Break Down Barriers And Improve The Capacity Of Employers In Both The Public And

£110,391 Community Fund
26 Oct 2005 Marie Curie Cancer Care

This project will replace the existing hopsice with a new 30 bedded facility, which will provide more single bedded rooms and family facilities and clinics for out and day patients, to improve the lives of 605 cancer patients and carers per annum in the N

£251,500 Community Fund
25 Oct 2005 Pilton Video

Girls, Video and The 'F' Word

£23,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Oct 2005 The Big Issue Foundation Scotland

The grant will develop the self confidence, self esteem and social skills of homeless people through participation in a programme of structured creative arts. The project will allow participants to demonstrate the capacity to sustain an activity over a p

£86,265 Community Fund
14 Oct 2005 Crab Apple Films Ltd

The Young Ambassadors (aka Teenage Kicks). Ross is an adolescent disaster area whose quiet life on the island of Islay is thrown into turmoil by Thomas, an ultra hip, cool and rebellious French exchange student.

£5,000 Scottish Screen
14 Oct 2005 Sigma Films Ltd

Under the Skin. A woman drives the highways of Scotland picking up hitchhikers. In fact, she is an alien in human form, here to hunt males. Far from home, she goes through a rite of passage as her mission climaxes.

£25,000 Scottish Screen
14 Oct 2005 Axis Animation

Jekyll & Hyde. London 1888. A young lawyer is determined to discover why his friend and client, Dr Jekyll, is throwing away his reputation by associating himself with a man suspected of murder.

£20,000 Scottish Screen
14 Oct 2005 Red Road Films Ltd

Red Road. Jackie works as a CCTV operator. She watches over and protects the people moving about in her monitors. She has become extra protective towards them, a kind of far off distant family. She has orchestrated it to be this way because in the past sh

£15,577 Scottish Screen
14 Oct 2005 Sandford Films Ltd

Teenage Warhol. Teenage Warhol is an urban ghost story set within a very unusual supermarket, where art student Isabel finds herself presented with an ultimatum she just can+t turn down.

£5,000 Scottish Screen
12 Oct 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Gibraltar in March of next year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£875 New Opportunities Fund
10 Oct 2005 The Altogether Toddler Group

This new group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. The grant is for radiator covers, play equipment, craft materials, toys, nursery table and chairs.

£1,500 Community Fund
7 Oct 2005 Ibrox Writers

This group provides opportunities for members to produce creative writing. The grant is for laptop, printer, scanner, printer/scanner/copier machine, desktop publishing and ink.

£2,340 Scottish Arts Council
7 Oct 2005 Equal Say Ltd

This group encourages community involvement in social, educational and recreational activities. The grant is for venue hire, promotion, entertainment and contribution to catering.

£5,000 Community Fund
7 Oct 2005 Church Street/Elmslie Court Sheltered Housing Association

This group provides recreational and social opportunities for older people within the local community. The grant is for disclosure costs, homeopathic remedies, day trips, games and stationery.

£3,508 Community Fund
7 Oct 2005 Outlet

This new group helps families to deal with mental illness. The grant is for events, training, sessional fees, volunteers expenses, equipment, research and advertising.

£4,430 Community Fund
7 Oct 2005 Clyde Maritime Trust Limited

This Group Aims To Preserve And Promote The Heritage Of The Tall Ship. The Grant Is For Advertising Costs, Leaflet Production And Distribution Costs And Hire Of Stalls.

£4,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Oct 2005 West of Scotland Housing Association

This Group Provides Affordable Housing To Those Within The City Of Glasgow The Grant Is For To Produce A Publication As To The History Of The Housing Association Movement In Glasgow

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Oct 2005 Glasgow Womens Library

This Group Provide A Unique Information Hub For Women In Glasgow. The Grant Is For Digital Sound, Video And Photographic Documentation Equipment And Workshops.

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Oct 2005 International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

This group promotes and exhibits international documentary films and photographs based around human rights. The grant is for production costs towards 2005 international film festival.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 2005 Kinning Park Schools Out Service

This group provides educational and recreational activities for children during out of school hours. The grant is for sessional coaching fees for hockey, basketball, badminton and football sporting activities.

£3,000 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 2005 Eastwood Nursery School

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. The grant is for contributions to sensory garden construction.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 2005 Clydesdale Amateur Rowing Club

This group provides the opportunity and facilities for members to participate in the sport of rowing. The grant is for 2 junior sculls, 2 beginners single sculls and 4 pairs of oars.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 2005 Action for Children

The project will support children with special needs by employing specialist staff to attend out of school care sessions and work on a 1:1 or 1:2 basis. The project would cover a number of provisions across the East Ayrshire catchment area.

£106,369 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 2005 Team Strathclyde Ladies Football Club

This New Group Promotes The Sport Of Football. The Grant Is For Facility Hire, Referee Costs, Training Equipment, Transportation Costs.

£2,080 Sport Scotland
7 Oct 2005 One Plus: One Parent Families

The project will support parents in the Greater Easterhouse area of Glasgow by providing childcare to enable them to participate in activities that will enhance their health or personal development.

£38,350 New Opportunities Fund
7 Oct 2005 Greater Springburn Stroke Club

This group provides support and social opportunities for people who have suffered from a stroke. The grant is for transport costs, volunteer expenses, entrance fees and cinema costs.

£2,234 New Opportunities Fund
5 Oct 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Germany in November of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£875 New Opportunities Fund
5 Oct 2005 Advance Party Films Ltd

Red Road

£45,287 UK Film Council
30 Sep 2005 named individual

Skillset Film Futures

£800 UK Film Council
28 Sep 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Malta in October of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£875 New Opportunities Fund
28 Sep 2005 Compendium Trust

Compendium Park.

£195,427 Sport Scotland
21 Sep 2005 Parkhead Citizens' Advice Bureau

This Project Aims To Increase Access To Advice And Information For 3000 Traditionally Excluded Groups Of People In Parkhead, In The East End Of Glasgow. It Will Provide New Volunteering Opportunities For People With Caring Or Other Daytime Responsibiliti

£202,175 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Caring Operations Joint Action Council

This Project Will Reduce The Social Isolation Of 300 Disabled Children And Improve Their Access To Services By Integrating Them Into Mainstream Childcare Services Throughout Glasgow. It Will Provide Training To 96 Mainstream Childcare Staff In Disability

£214,584 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Youth Counselling Services Agency

The project aims to reduce anti-social behaviour by 100 young people from BME communities, and empower and give them the confidence to tackle causes of disdavantage or access education and employment opportunities. By providing alternatives to hanging aro

£87,116 Community Fund
21 Sep 2005 Flourish House Ltd

The project seeks to improve the motivation, confidence, aspirations and employability and provide structure and opportunity to 150 people living in Glasgow whose lives have been interrupted by mental illness. This will be done by co-ordinating and devel

£217,087 Community Fund