Lottery grants awarded to Johnstone in 1999

25 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Nov 1999 Kilbarchan Civic Society

This group promotes public interest in the history and character of the local area. The grant will be used to purchase a piano and fund delivery and tuning.

£4,200 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 Johnstone Writers Group

This group provides a regular forum for writers to expose and discuss their work. The grant will be used to fund publication of an anthology and editorial, marketing and launch costs.

£1,000 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 1st Houston Boys' and Girls' Brigade Pipe Band

This group provides opportunities for young people to learn piping and drumming skills. The grant will be used to purchase 20 pipe chanters, 3 tenor drums, 1 bass drum and cases.

£2,800 Scottish Arts Council
30 Nov 1999 Arthritis Care Johnstone Branch

This group provides support, information and advice to people with arthritis and their carers. The grant will be used to purchase a TV, video, music centre, CDs and videos and to fund travel costs.

£2,280 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Johnstone Castle Mother and Toddlers Group

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

£946 Community Fund
30 Nov 1999 Renfrewshire Family History Society

This group provides opportunities for local people to explore their family history. The grant will be used to purchase 2 Laptop computers, a zip drive and a printer.

£4,219 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Nov 1999 Kilbarchan Blind Bowling Club

This group promotes and encourages the game of bowls for blind and partially sighted people in the local area. The grant will be used to purchase lockers and 3 sets of bowls.

£750 Sport Scotland
15 Sep 1999 St Vincent's Hospice Ltd

This project will significantly improve the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of service available to terminally ill patients, their relatives and carers through the construction of an extension to the existing building. The one year grant will fund b

£648,017 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 St Anthony's Sequence Dancing Club

This group provides social and recreational opportunities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase a music centre, discs, records and tea pots and to fund travel, meals and a Christmas event.

£1,134 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 St David's Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and play materials and to fund publicity costs.

£1,800 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Johnstone District Scout Council

This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase tents, a navigation system, rock and abseiling equipment and snow and ice walking equipment.

£2,900 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Rotary Club of Gryffe Valley

This group aims to hold a three day millennium festival including performances by local bands and musicians an It's-A-Knockout competition with local groups competing and a fashion show involving the local community. The grant will be used to fund the c

£2,500 Millennium Commission
14 Sep 1999 The Rainbow Fund

This group provides an advice, fundraising, support and information service to improve the standard of living and relieve the suffering of people with HIV and AIDS. The grant will be used to purchase office equipment, coffee station equipment and office a

£3,655 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Howwood Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment, books and arts and craft materials and to fund summer outing costs.

£998 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Castle Semple Wednesday Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund the costs of outings and speakers fees.

£1,150 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Howwood Road Lunch Club

This group provides social, cultural and educational opportunities for elderly people. The grant will be used to purchase a fridge, freezer and protective clothing and to fund travel costs.

£1,470 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Beith Road Under 5's

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

£1,000 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 British Legion Football Club

This group provides opportunities for local boys to play the game of football at a competitive level and develop their skills in the game. The grant will be used to purchase a set of portable goals, footballs, bibs and to fund travel costs to fixtures.

£950 Sport Scotland
25 Jun 1999 Johnstone British Legion Youth Club

This group provides coaching for children to develop their skills in the sport of gymnastics. The grant will be used to purchase a double mini tramp, floormats and an open end mini tramp.

£2,626 Sport Scotland
30 Mar 1999 West Johnstone Community Art Group

This group promotes and encourages members in their individual artistic pursuits. The grant will be used to purchase art materials and to fund outings to art galleries and outdoor classes.

£800 Scottish Arts Council
30 Mar 1999 4th Johnstone Rainbows

This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase toys materials and storage cupboard and to fund outings.

£639 Community Fund
30 Mar 1999 Howwood Road Community Flat

This group safeguards the interests of residents and promotes activities that foster the social and educational life of the community. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and gardening tools and to fund re-decoration.

£1,100 Community Fund
30 Mar 1999 Spateston Unemployed Recreation Group

This group provides recreational, educational and training opportunities for unemployed people. The grant will be used to purchase a bowling carpet, pool table, trophies and music centre and to fund outings.

£2,370 Community Fund
30 Mar 1999 St Vincent's Hospice Ltd

This project will enable the organisation to develop more detailed plans for the provision of additional accommodation for terminally ill patients and their relatives through the construction of an extension to the existing hospice building. The one year

£2,000 Community Fund
12 Feb 1999 Houston Primary School PTA

This group provides a forum for parents and support for school children. The grant will be used to purchase handbells, a carrying case, sheet music, stands and gloves.

£2,007 Scottish Arts Council