Lottery grants awarded to Melrose in 2005

19 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
4 Nov 2005 Girlguiding Roxburghshire

This group provide recreational and educational opportunities for young people. The grant is for transport, venue hire and a contribution towards activities and equipment hire.

£5,000 Community Fund
28 Oct 2005 Careshare Limited

The project will provide outdoor play equipment at an existing nursery to encourage a healthy living plan.

£2,500 New Opportunities Fund
9 Sep 2005 Melrose and District Pipes and Drums

This Group Provide Opportunities For Playing And Tuition In Piping And Drumming. The Grant Is For 3 Bagpipes, 3 Sporrans And Chains, 3 Glengarry-+S, 3 Capes And Tartan.

£2,800 Scottish Arts Council
6 Sep 2005 Church of Scotland General Trustees

Melrose Parish Church

£59,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Jun 2005 Trash Music Projects

This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Make Instruments From Recycled Materials And Develop Skills To Perform A Range Of Musical Activities In Public. The Grant Is For Sessional Workers/Driver, Van Hire, Fuel, Hall Hire, Admin, Review And V

£4,176 Scottish Arts Council
30 Jun 2005 Newtown Out of School Club

This group from Newtown St. Boswells provides for the care and education of schoolchildren. The grant will be used to extend term-time provision to cover a week of the Easter holidays, providing trips to local amenities and planned activities. The grant

£1,700 New Opportunities Fund
29 Jun 2005 Scottish Borders Council

The Scottish Borders Council have been awarded a grant that will allow them to host a memorial service and reception for veterans in the area. Pupils from local High Schools will also attend and perform readings.

£4,380 New Opportunities Fund
10 Jun 2005 Couple Counselling Borders

The group provide a confidential counselling service for people who have difficulties in their marriage or other personal relationships. The grant is for fees for diploma in casework supervision, supervision of trainee, travel costs.

£1,950 Community Fund
10 Jun 2005 Hawick Chess Congress Association

This group provides the opportunity for members to participate in the game of chess and an annual chess tournament. The grant is for venue hire, printing costs, arbiters' expenses, grading fees and admin costs.

£1,350 New Opportunities Fund
10 Jun 2005 Melrose in Bloom

This group promote environmental development and improvement. The grant is for fees for a professional study.

£3,901 New Opportunities Fund
8 Jun 2005 Scottish Borders Council

Scottish Borders Council will use their award to hold a programme of exhibitions and events to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. These exhibitions will focus life on the home front with the reconstruction of an Anderson

£9,215 New Opportunities Fund
27 May 2005 Dyspraxia Borders (DCD)

This group offer support and help to individuals and families with dyspraxia/Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD). The grant will allow the group to run a varied activity programme for children and families affected by DCD, encouraging participants

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
27 May 2005 Melrose & District Community Council

This group represents the views, interests and aspirations of the community of Melrose and District to statutory bodies and encourages co-operation among and between community groups to ensure continuation of local customs and traditions and encourage com

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 May 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
15 Apr 2005 Melrose Arts Trust

To promote a combined arts programme of drama and music with literary/poetry events

£9,000 Scottish Arts Council
31 Mar 2005 Scottish Borders Council

Cricket Development Project for young pe

£16,040 Sport Scotland
29 Mar 2005 Scotia Kids Limited

The project will equip and furnish a facility that will be used by the nursery. The nursery will then be able to provide full time and sessional care for 85 pre-school children and up to 48 school children. The nursery will be based in Galashiels, Scott

£30,000 New Opportunities Fund
15 Mar 2005 Melrose Arts Trust

Towards the cost of the 4 day Borders Book Festival

£7,500 Scottish Arts Council
25 Feb 2005 Bernat Klein Trust

An Eye for Colour - a Touring Exhibition

£32,900 Heritage Lottery Fund