Lottery grants awarded to Shetland Islands, Scotland in 2011

15 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
31 Dec 2011 Hjaltland Housing Association

This project will support vulnerable young people in developing their skills needed to manage a tenancy and increase their skills in relation to further education, training or employment. The project also aims to improve beneficiaries? relationships with

£346,848 Big Lottery Fund
23 Dec 2011 Glasgow Parkour Coaching

The club will use the grant to start a two-hour weekly indoor Parkour class for adults. The grant will fund venue hire, janitorial rates and poster/flyers.

£802 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2011 Shetland Folk Festival Society

The world-renowned and award winning Shetland Folk Festival was established in 1981 and is a non-profit volunteer driven event dedicated to presenting the best folk music from around the globe to all in the local community and visitors alike. This is a sp

£15,650 Creative Scotland
27 Oct 2011 Northmavine Community Development Company

This group, based in Ollaberry, Shetland, will commission a feasibility study and a detailed condition survey into the possibility of developing a derelict building into a small business hub. The grant will fund architect fees, travel expenses, printing c

£5,305 Big Lottery Fund
20 Sep 2011 The Westside News Group

This group produces a newspaper distributed free of charge to over 500 homes in the rural community. This grant will fund printing cost for 4 editions.

£1,600 Big Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2011 Shetland Jazz Club

Funding towards the cost of promoting a programme of jazz for the Shetland Isles, which includes a number of high quality gigs including two major inclusive participational jazz projects, leading towards the first Shetland Jazz Festival, staged at the new

£27,600 Creative Scotland
2 Jun 2011 Voluntary Action Shetland

The project will support isolated older people in Shetland through a befriending service. The project will deliver 1:1 volunteer befriending over the project's length. The befriending sessions will allow the older person to take part in community activiti

£264,960 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2011 Globalyell Limited

This group will stage a weekend arts event in Unst which will culminate in a public performance. The project will increase access to the arts for local people. This grant will fund flights for tutors, accommodation for tutors, subsistence, transport for t

£3,302 Creative Scotland
23 May 2011 Unst Youth Centre Trust

The trust will reduce the energy use cutting the costs of the hostel's fuel bills. The grant will fund loft insulation, cavity insulation and double glazed windows.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2011 Sail Yell

This group will organise a three-day festival as part of the Tall Ships Races 2011, being held this July. This grant will fund bus hire, musician costs, hire of premises, local guides, artisans expenses, health equipment and safety equipment.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2011 1st/2nd Lerwick Sea Scouts

The group will use the grant to purchase a range of camping equipment, allowing its members to attend overnight camps and undertake expeditions. The equipment will be used by the Beavers, Cubs, Scots and the local Explorer Unit. This grant will pay for 2

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2011 Shetland Arts Development Agency

Towards the cost of 'Lois Walpole urban baskets tradition recycled'- an exhibition of contemporary basketmaking at Bonhoga Gallery

£2,000 Creative Scotland
16 Mar 2011 Shetland Arts Development Agency

Towards the cost of "Wordplay 2011", Shetland's 10th annual book festival.

£5,000 Creative Scotland
10 Feb 2011 Northmavine Club

The club will construct a toilet, shower, and laundry facility for use by the local community and visitors to the area. This grant will fund roofing, sanitary ware, internal construction works, electrical works, a shower unit, laundry equipment, a septic

£9,400 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jan 2011 Whitedale Junior Football Club

The project based in Tingwall, Shetland will focus on increasing the groups capacity to allow more young people the opportunity to train and compete in football. This grant will fund a set of aluminium collapsible football goals and three nets.

£746 Big Lottery Fund