47 matching grants found.
|25 Aug 2015||West Linton Tennis Club
|24 Sep 2014||Newlands Community Development Trust
The group will use the funding for table tennis equipment for a new junior club and an over 50s club.
|£1,208||Big Lottery Fund|
|10 Aug 2014||West Linton Community Council
The group will use the funding to replace the Christmas lights for the village, which have been identified as needing to be updated.
|£1,858||Big Lottery Fund|
|3 Apr 2014||Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society
This group will engage a development officer for 40 weeks, for one and a half days per week. The officer will develop systems to sustain the delivery of their Grow and Learn award and develop the areas and groups the award is targeted at.
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Jun 2013||Newlands Community Development Trust
The trust will run junior fencing, volleyball and basketball sessions from the Newlands Centre.
|£1,710||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Mar 2013||Whitmuir Project
History of Farming around Scottish Border villages
|£9,900||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|3 Dec 2012||Lamancha and District Community Association
This is a project from the village of Lamancha, Scottish Borders. The group will use the funding to set up a community car club for local residents, which will operate from the group's existing community hub. There will be three cars available for hire, t
|£41,165||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Nov 2012||Lamancha and District Community Association
This group will use the grant to run a programme of cookery workshops specifically aimed at young people aged 12 to 16 years. The grant will fund 2 programmes of 6 cookery workshops, venue hire, project co-ordinator, travel and publicity costs.
|£7,194||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Nov 2012||Newlands Community Development Trust
The trust will run a programme of cookery workshops for Primary 7 children helping them to learn basic cookery skills. The grant will fund cookery workshops, a project co-ordinator, travel costs for attendees and volunteer expenses.
|£8,354||Big Lottery Fund|
|6 Sep 2012||Newlands Community Development Trust
This group will explore the acquisition of the former Newlands Village Hall for conversion into a community asset. The project aims to provide small offices/workshops for local small businesses or arts and crafts workspaces, to meet demand for such facili
|£10,000||Big Lottery Fund|
|4 Sep 2012||North Tweedale Paths
This group will carry out improvements to the path network around the village of West Linton for the recreational benefit of local people and visitors to the area. The grant will fund path repairs.
|£2,636||Big Lottery Fund|
|25 Jul 2012||Girl Guiding Tweed Valley
This group will hold a commemorative party for their whole district, celebrating 25years since the launch of the Rainbows in Scotland. The event will be open to all district rainbows and will included mixed recreational activities such a bracelet making,
|£1,300||Big Lottery Fund|
|16 Aug 2011||Nourish
This group will promote community growing projects and raise awareness for the development of sustainable local food systems by holding a daylong event to showcase their work. This grant will fund three sessional workers, the printing of promotional mater
|£9,980||Big Lottery Fund|
|23 May 2011||Lamancha and District Community Association
The group will organise and hold a series of cookery workshops to improve opportunities for healthier eating in the local community. The grant will fund the cost of cookery workshops run by You Can Cook , venue hire, a project co-ordinator and travel cost
|£6,345||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 2010||Newlands and Kirkurd Womens Guild Playgroup
This group will purchase equipment for a new out of school club. This grant will fund outdoor discovery materials, outdoor games, books, Nintendo DSi, Wii, X Box, computer, software, printer, digital camera, cups, plates, cutlery, storage boxes, kettle, t
|£6,593||Big Lottery Fund|
|1 Sep 2010||West Linton Horticultural Society
The society will purchase equipment to enable them to improve administration and hold more effective talks. The grant will fund a laptop, an external hard drive, a printer, MS Office, a 72' pull-up screen, a projector and stands.
|£1,483||Big Lottery Fund|
|19 Apr 2010||Ladyurd Community Woodland
Ladyurd Community Woodland will use the grant to commission a scoping report and landscape assessment of the local area. This will result in a woodland development plan for the benefit of local people and visitors.
|£4,832||Big Lottery Fund|
|28 Jan 2010||West Linto Tennis Club
Upgrade of three bitmac courts to 3 all weather sand dressed courts
|30 Apr 2009||Priorsford Primary School
This school will install a traverse climbing wall in theplayground, to promote active play for pupils at break times and after school. The award will fund a freestanding traverse wall.
|£8,777||Big Lottery Fund|
|15 May 2008||Newlands Community Development Trust
Newlands Community Development Trust's 'NCDT Community Hub' project will provide a focus for community, social and sporting activity for the dispersed settlements of Newlands, Lamancha and Kirkurd in the Scottish Borders. This project will create an inte
|£956,599||Big Lottery Fund|
|31 Mar 2008||Biggar Camera Club
The group promote photography in all its forms by teaching, assisting and encouraging members of the community. The grant will be used to purchase a calibration tool, flat bed scanner, printer, cameras, filters & tripod, books and photo editing software
|£4,796||Scottish Arts Council|
|31 Mar 2008||West Linton Community Council
The group represent the community's views to the local authority and initiate projects at a local level.The grant will be used to construct a footpath including drainage costs.
|£10,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|19 Apr 2007||Lamancha and District Community Association
'Creating the Hub' is a project from Lamancha and District Community Association (LDCA) that will transform a derelict old school building into a multi-functional community space. The project will strengthen community ties, reduce social isolation, improv
|£307,561||Big Lottery Fund|
|26 May 2006||Netherurd Memorial Hall
This group provide the facilities for community members to participate in social and recreational activities. The grant is for countertop boiling unit, tables, chairs, cutlery and crockery.
|9 Sep 2005||Garvald West Linton Limited
This group provides residential and creative day care opportunities and further education for adults with learning disabilities. The grant is for architect and quantity surveyor fees and an energy feasibility study.
|£2,630||New Opportunities Fund|
|30 Jun 2005||North Tweedale Paths
This Group Aims To Improve Existing Pathways And Develop New Paths In And Around The Noth Tweedale Area. The Grant Is For Telegraph Poles, Treated Pine, Screws And Fixings, Hardcore, Whin Dust And Labour Costs.
|£1,459||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|10 May 2005||Groundforce
This group seek to enable children of primary school age to learn, understand and develop an understanding of their environment through gardening projects based around the development of the local primary school grounds.
|£1,010||New Opportunities Fund|
|10 May 2005||Whipman Play Society
This group from West Linton organise an annual festival, encouraging local people to participate in a range of community activities. The grant will allow the group to make more professional staging available for performers at their annual festival, theref
|£5,000||New Opportunities Fund|
|3 May 2005||Veterans Scotland
Veterans Scotland will use an award to hold a launch party and a commemoration event to help increase the overall awareness of the World War Two commemoration events taking place across the whole of Scotland this year.
|£14,180||New Opportunities Fund|
|23 Feb 2005||West Linton Area Tourist Group
This group aim to promote and develop tourism in West Linton and the surrounding area The grant will be used to erect a professionally designed information point, featuring the social amenities, historical, architectural and physical attractions of West
|£2,979||New Opportunities Fund|
|17 Sep 2004||Scottish Endurance Riding Club
This Group Promotes The Sport Of Endurance Riding In Scotland. Grant Will Allow The Group To Provide Team Training Equipment Enhancing The Group Identity At National Events And Providing Tools That Can Be Utilised For Years To Come.
|4 Feb 2004||Garvald West Linton Limited
This project will resurface an access driveway, paths and parking area to a centre providing residential and day care services to adults with learning difficulties. This one year grant will fund resurfacing costs for a driveway, paths and parking area.
|2 Dec 2003||Penicuik Table Tennis Club
This Group Promotes The Sport Of Table Tennis. Grant Will Allow The Group To Acquire Equipment And Organise A Training And Coaching Programme And Entrance To Competitions Enabling Them To Develop The Table Tennis Skills Of Children Aged 6 -16 Years Old.
|16 Sep 2003||Peebleshire Province of Royal Caledonian Curling Club
This Group Promotes The Sport Of Curling By Providing A Regulatory Body To Oversee Rules And Regulations And Organise Training And Coaching Sessions Between Clubs. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Provide Travel And Ice Hire For 10 Coaching Sessions Wh
|25 Aug 2003||West Linton Toddler Group
This group from West Linton provides twice weekly morning play/activity sessions open to all local parents, carers and children aged 0-5 years. The award will be used to run an enhanced activity programme which will be in addition to the meetings already
|£4,006||New Opportunities Fund|
|4 Feb 2003||Whipman Play Society
This group from West Linton organise an annual festival, encouraging local people to participate in a range of community activities. The grant will allow the group to organise and promote their bi-centenary year festival, bringing local people together to
|9 Aug 2001||Scottish Speed Association
This Group Organises Annual Racing Events And Encourages Greater Participation Throughout Scotland In Motor Sport Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Production And Printing Of Factsheet And Magazine, Production Of Promotional Video And Circuit Hi
|30 Apr 2001||Amy Hardie Productions Ltd
A Beginners Guide To Dying. A Beginners guide to Dying takes a personal and surprising look at the taboos around the end of our life. Fusing documentary and fiction, the film explores forgotten Gaelic myth and new psychotherapeutic approaches. The result
|22 Feb 2001||The Grace Project
This new group provides practical support, advice and information aimed at people coming to terms with dying. The grant will be used to fund start up costs, research costs and pilot project expenses.
|11 Jul 2000||KODA
This group provides encouragement to young people to develop their understanding of the heritage, culture and progression of Scottish music and perform to public audiences. The grant will be used to fund transport costs.
|£4,849||Scottish Arts Council|
|23 Mar 2000||Borders Deaf Children's Society
This project will provide direct access to a computer within the home for hearing impaired children in the Scottish Borders. Each computer will be equipped with educational multi-media software customised to the needs of users. A Web site will be built
|11 Feb 2000||Midlothian Sub Aqua Club
This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in underwater activities. The grant will be used to purchase four sets of pool equipment, and an oxygen kit and fund publicity costs.
|14 Sep 1999||Harmony 21
This group provides opportunities for people to enjoy and perform a range of choral music. The grant will be used to purchase music and a keyboard and to fund travel to concerts.
|£2,650||Scottish Arts Council|
|4 Dec 1998||West Linton and District Pipe Band Association
This group fosters and encourages local people to develop their skills in and play pipe band music. The grant will be used to purchase musical instruments.
|£3,352||Scottish Arts Council|
|10 Dec 1997||West Linton Playgroup
This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will fund play equipment.
|27 Aug 1997||Garvald West Linton Limited
This group offering opportunities for people with learning difficulties, will provide workshops and training in the skills of woodwork, forestry and landscaping. The three year grant will be used to construct an estate building, refurbish an existing buil
|12 Dec 1996||Garvald Home Farm Limited
The organisation provides long term residential care for adults with learning difficulties and will upgrade its existing facilities to provide social, recreational and cultural activities for users. The one year grant will be used to refurbish the buildin