Lottery grants awarded to Aberlour in 1997

8 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
27 Aug 1997 Friends of Guiding in Aberlour

This group provides support to local guide, brownie and rainbow groups in the area by fundraising, administration and promotion of guiding activities. This grant will be used to purchase camping equipment and art and craft items

£3,001 Community Fund
27 Aug 1997 Carron Community Hall

This group runs and maintains a facility for groups and local residents to use for social, recreational and educational activities. The grant will be used to fund a new heating system.

£3,076 Community Fund
27 Aug 1997 Margach Hall Committee

This group provides a community hall facility. The grant will be used for plumbing, electric light fittings, decoration and carpets.

£1,830 Community Fund
10 Jul 1997 The Mother and Toddlers

This group provides a regular meeting place for mothers and toddlers constructive play for the children and support and advice for parents. The grant will be used to purchase soft play equipment and a wooden play cube.

£1,400 Community Fund
10 Jul 1997 The HoneyPot Playgroup

This play group provides a safe environment for children aged 3-5 to undertake social recreational and educational activities. The grant will be used to purchase a photocopier and word processor.

£926 Community Fund
10 Jul 1997 Aberlour and Craigellachie Playgroup

A playgroup providing pre-school education and play opportunities for children. This grant will be used to purchase books and play equipment.

£1,000 Community Fund
10 Jul 1997 Edinvillie Community Hall Council

This group maintains and manages a meeting place for members of the local community and local community groups. The grant will be used to make the building fully accessible to disabled people by paying for the building of a ramp, conversion of toilets, fi

£2,493 Community Fund
25 Mar 1997 Speyside High School & Speyside C.e.c.

Towards the cost of replacing public address system and stage lighting in school hall

£16,000 Scottish Arts Council