Lottery grants awarded to Skelmorlie

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15 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
24 Feb 2016 Skelmorlie Tennis Club

This club will use the funding to re-establish their grounds, which they have taken over from previous management, and offer tennis facilities to the local community.

£9,988 Sport Scotland
24 Feb 2016 Skelmorlie Tennis Club

Skelmorlie Tennis Club

£9,988 Sport Scotland
26 Jul 2014 Skelmorlie Primary School Parent Council

Skelmorlie Primary School Parent Council

£720 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jul 2014 Skelmorlie Primary School Parent Council

This group will use the funding for handholds and footholds for an after school Bouldering Wall Club.

£720 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jun 2014 Skelmorlie Primary School

The school will upgrade their early years playground.

£7,098 Big Lottery Fund
7 Aug 2013 Glasgow Disability Sport

The group will design a year-long programme of tennis coaching sessions for young people with learning disabilities, which will benefit children from ASN schools in Glasgow.

£7,500 Sport Scotland
1 Nov 2012 Skelmorlie Primary School Parent Council

The parent council will redevelop the school grounds to provide various garden areas as well as an orchard for the benefit of pupils and the wider community. The grant will fund levelling of the ground, hard core and slabbing.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
19 Apr 2010 Skelmorlie Primary School

The school will create a community garden in the grounds and surrounding woodland. The community garden will benefit pupils and the local community. This grant will fund a peaceful place, a board walk, a bridge, gardened areas, raised beds, a greenhouse,

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2008 Real Artists Partnership

This group provide opportunities for artists to create and exhibit work, raise public awareness of art practice and provide educational activities. The group has a particular interest in aviation and encouraging work themed around aviation. The grant will

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
31 Dec 2007 Skelmorlie Primary School Parent Teacher Association

This group provides extra-curricular events and activities for children attending Skelmorlie Primary School, their parents and teachers. The grant will pay for a fitness trail.

£5,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2005 Skelmorlie Camera Club

This Group Provides The Facilities And Opportunities For Its Members To Participate In The Activity Of Photography. The Grant Is For Digital Projector, Spare Bulb And Laptop, Software, Portable Screen And Carry Case, Exhibition Stands And Mask Cutter.

£4,527 Scottish Arts Council
28 Mar 2003 Real Artists Partnerships

Towards TRADE - a series of artworks for Glasgow Black History Month relating to the ethnic communities in Glasgow

£12,000 Scottish Arts Council
22 Feb 2002 Skelmorlie Out of School Care

The grant will be used to create 16 after school places for children aged 4 - 15 years old in Skelmorlie, Ayrshire.

£8,310 New Opportunities Fund
22 Feb 2001 North Ayrshire Ice Hockey Club

This Group Promotes And Provides The Opportunity For Young People To Play The Sport Of Ice Hockey. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Hockey Equipment And Fund Coach Training Fees And Travel Costs.

£3,500 Sport Scotland
28 Nov 2000 Greenock Light Opera Club

This group provides opportunities for people to learn and perform light opera. The grant will be used to purchase radio microphones and receivers, electric piano and sound mixing desk.

£3,646 Scottish Arts Council