Lottery grants awarded to Port Glasgow in 1997

8 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Dec 1997 Bunnytots P/G + M/T

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase a climbing frame, painting materials and play equipment.

£1,453 Community Fund
10 Dec 1997 Park Farm Voluntary Community Association

This group provides a community hall resource for local people. The grant will fund play equipment, a bingo machine, games equipment, microwave and CD player.

£4,000 Community Fund
30 Oct 1997 Woodhall Tenants Association

This group provides recreational and social activities for young people on low incomes. The grant will be used to purchase a sound system, table tennis equipment, board games and tables.

£1,940 Community Fund
30 Oct 1997 Port Glasgow Old Men''s Club

This group provides leisure and recreational activities for local retired men. This grant will be used to fund the installation of double glazing and repairs to the roof.

£5,000 Community Fund
10 Jul 1997 Four Seasons Holiday Group

This group provides opportunities for older, disabled people to get respite breaks. The grant will be used to subsidise places on a summer scheme, funding transport, accommodation and subsistance.

£5,000 Community Fund
10 Jul 1997 Valiant United

This support group provides advice and activities for substance abusers and their families. The grant will contribute towards office furnishing costs and three months running costs.

£1,875 Community Fund
8 May 1997 Devol Playgroup and Toddlers

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

£3,142 Community Fund
8 May 1997 Boglestone Playgroup and Toddlers

This playgroup provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. This grant will be used to purchase a carnival range playcube, a playbath, a bookcase, a table top drier, a cube kitchen range, costumes and games.

£2,083 Community Fund