Lottery grants awarded to Shetland Islands, Scotland

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Aug 2004 Shetland Amenity Trust

Northern Coastal Experience (NORCE)

£36,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2004 Shetland Squash Association

This Group Provides Opportunities For People Of All Ages To Participate In Fitness Training, Squash Training And Squash Coaching. Grant Will Allow The Group To Bring The Scottish National Coach To Shetland To Provide Coaching Sessions And To Help The Asso

£4,800 Sport Scotland
16 Aug 2004 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of Hazel Hughson attending the Vestnorden Crafts Conference and Exhibition in Iceland

£1,000 Scottish Arts Council
15 Aug 2004 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of the Shetland Fiddle Frenzy (Fiddle School) focusing on the traditional fiddle music of the Shetland Islands

£4,000 Scottish Arts Council
5 Aug 2004 Shetland Link Up

This project is to develop a structured, therapeutic support group for women with or recovering from, mental ill health. The project aims to alleviate isolation amongst women, promote their recovery, build their confidence and promote acceptance of themse

£46,138 Community Fund
2 Aug 2004 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of purchasing a grand piano for Shetland

£26,850 Scottish Arts Council
26 Jul 2004 Foula Electricity Trust

Foula Is The Most Remote Inhabited Island In The Uk, It Is Not Connected To The Electricity Grid & Currently Has An Inadequate Local Supply From A Small Diesel Generator. The Project Is Designed To Provide A Reliable, 24 Hour Supply To The Community In An

£198,905 Community Fund
13 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Cunningsburgh has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of this year. Funding has also been provided for a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
24 Jun 2004 Shetland Amenity Trust

Old Scatness Heritage Access Improvement

£49,700 Heritage Lottery Fund
21 Jun 2004 Serpentine Drama

This New Group Aims To Encourage, Facilitate And Foster Opportunities For The Shetland Community To Participate In And Experience Theatre At All Levels. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Devise And Perform Dramatic Pieces Involving All Primary School Ag

£3,000 Scottish Arts Council
21 Jun 2004 Shetland Youth Theatre 10th Anniversary Committee

This new group was set up to facilitate the Shetland Youth Theatre in their various productions and activities and to fundraise for specific events.

£3,475 Scottish Arts Council
21 Jun 2004 Bigton Rowing Club

This Group Attends A Programme Of Regattas And Rowing Events And Provides Training In The Sport Of Rowing To People Of All Ages. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Commission The Building Of A Traditional Yoal Boat And Oars Which Will Improve Performance

£5,000 Sport Scotland
9 Jun 2004 Shetland Islands

The grant will provide two adventure trails in the grounds of Bells Brae Primary School to enhance and increase PE activities for the chool's pupils. A testing circuit that develops movement, balance and agility skills will be developed. The project will

£58,000 New Opportunities Fund
1 Jun 2004 Arthur Watt

Towards the cost of Direct Services - Expenses

£471 Scottish Arts Council
28 May 2004 Sound Dance Club

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Learn And Perform Scottish And Shetland Dancing. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Participate In A Weekend Of Dance Workshops In Aberdeenshire, Providing Participants With The Opportunity To Learn And Pract

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
28 May 2004 Burra Isle Football Association

This Group Promote, Organise And Deliver Football Opportunities For The Community Of Burra And Tronara. Grant Will Allow The Group To Secure Their Playing Area Ensuring The Players Have A Safe Environment For Their Activities.

£5,000 Sport Scotland
27 Apr 2004 Shetland Blues Festival

This New Group Aim To Promote And Raise Awareness Of Rhythm And Blues Music And Organise An Annual Blues Festival. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Organise Their First Blues Festival, Providing Local People With The Opportunity To Experience And Apprec

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
15 Apr 2004 Shetland Folk Festival Society

Towards the annual Shetland Folk Festival in Lerwick

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
31 Mar 2004 Whalsay Learning Centre Management Committtee

This new group from Whalsay run an adult learning centre. Grant will allow group to set up a range of distance learning, on-line and tutor-led courses, providing local people with the opportunity to access and develop new skills. Grant will fund laptop

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2004 Junior Up Helly Aa

This Group Provide Opportunities For Young People To Learn About The Heritage And Culture Of Shetland. Grant Will Be Used To Build A 'Galley Shed', Which Will Provide A Permanent Home For The Group'S Activities, Including The Preparation For Its Annual V

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2004 Hillswick and Eshaness Area Regeneration and Development

This Group Provide Facilities And Services In The Interest Of Social And Economic Welfare, With The Object Of Improving The Condition Of Life For The Inhabitants Of Hillswick And Eshaness. Grant Will Be Used To Produce A Video Of The Life Of Local Musici

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2004 Peerie Breeks Under 5's

This group from Lerwick provides stimulating play activities for pre-school aged children. Grant will allow the group to purchase additional equipment to provide suitable seating areas for mothers and children.

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
2 Feb 2004 Shetland Amenity Trust

Towards the cost of incorporating public art into the development of the Shetland Museum & Archives project

£9,461 Scottish Arts Council
26 Jan 2004 Brae Youth Centre

This group from Brae provides a youth centre facility for the benefit of the local community. Grant will allow the group to upgrade its premises improving access and safety for hall users. The grant will fund the upgrading of access, corridor and porch.

£4,826 Community Fund
26 Jan 2004 Shetland Textile Working Museum

This Group Preserves And Extends Knowledge Of Traditional Textile Skills, Presenting Exhibitions And Workshops To The Public. Grant Will Allow The Group To Mount An Exhibition, 'Spinning Yarns - Garments With A Story To Tell', Focusing On Social History

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Jan 2004 Lunnasting School and Community Garden

This group promote the development of the local school grounds, which are also used as a community garden. Grant will allow the group to improve access to the grounds, and encourage people to make use all of the whole garden by linking pieces of artwork

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
26 Jan 2004 Whalsay Bowling Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Members To Socialise And Participate In The Sport Of Indoor Bowls. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase New Bowling Carpets Which Will Greatly Extend The Facilities On Offer To Members Allowing More Members To

£1,980 Sport Scotland
11 Dec 2003 Shetland Amenity Trust

Shetland Amenity Trust wishes to provide public can banks (all UBC's) throughout Shetland. Can banks will be sited adjacent to existing glass recycling banks. Banks will be serviced, banks sorted and baled in the new recycling centre inm Lewrick. All alum

£50,028 New Opportunities Fund
5 Dec 2003 Shetland Link Up Project

This Project Is To Develop A Structured, Theraputic Support Group For Women With, Or Recovering From, Mental Ill Health. The Project Aims To Alleviate Isolation Amongst Women, Promote Their Recovery, Build Their Confidence And Promote Acceptance Of Thems

£2,696 Community Fund
3 Dec 2003 Shetland Islands Council

Towards the cost of a Creative Links Post

£60,000 Scottish Arts Council
2 Dec 2003 Brae Playscheme

This group from Shetland provide recreational activities for primary aged children during school holiday periods. Grant will enable them to bring children and families together for recreation and to learn photographic skills. The grant will fund the pur

£2,700 Community Fund
2 Dec 2003 Bressay History Group

This Group Operate An Heritage Centre To Stimulate An Interest In The History Of Bressay. Grant Will Allow The Group To Create A Database For Archive Material, Enhance Their Visual Displays And Talks, And Improve The Quality Of Future Research Projects.

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Nov 2003 Shetland Guild of Spinners,Weavers Dyers

Towards the cost of researching and planning for the 2004 exhibition of Shetland Guild of Spinners Weavers & Dyers

£2,240 Scottish Arts Council
31 Oct 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of Shetland Dialect Convention

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
21 Oct 2003 South Nesting Public Hall

This Group From South Nesting Provides A Public Hall Facility For The Benefit Of The Local Community. Grant Will Allow The Group To Install A New Stage System Enabling Them To Improve The Hall Acoustics And Increase The Number And Range Of Local Groups U

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
2 Sep 2003 Burra History Group

Burra History Group - Easthouse Restoration

£96,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Sep 2003 Shetland Islands Council

Towards creating interactive artworks for the internet, inspired by Shetland's sub-sea environment

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
1 Sep 2003 Yell Crafts

Towards the cost of Norma Anderson attending a seminar in Norway entitled 'Wool, Wild Sheep, Cultural Coastal Landscape - Tourism'

£545 Scottish Arts Council
29 Aug 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of the Shetland Book Festival (Shetland Arts Trust Literature Development Project)

£2,000 Scottish Arts Council
29 Aug 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of Suhayl Saadi attending Raman Mundair's launch of her new book

£484 Scottish Arts Council
25 Aug 2003 Unst Football Association

This Group Provides Opportunities For Children To Play Football. Grant Will Allow The Group To Enhance Their Equipment Resource Enabling To Improve Playing And Coaching Facilities For Members. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 2 Sets Of Goal Posts And

£1,600 Sport Scotland
1 Aug 2003 Shetland Folk Festival Society

Towards the promotion of the annual Shetland Folk Festival

£2,250 Scottish Arts Council
31 Jul 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of 'Bairns Books in Place': a pilot project bringing together writers and artists

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
30 Jul 2003 Shetland Recreational Trust

Provision of New Squash Courts.

£200,000 Sport Scotland
30 Jul 2003 Shetland Recreational Trust

Provision of New Athletics Facilities.

£256,331 Sport Scotland
23 Jul 2003 Firth and Mossbank Enterprise

Shetland's Oil Story - An Oral History

£11,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2003 NHS Shetland

This Umbrella Grant Scheme (UGS) comprises 1 third party project which will aim to improve the quality of life and well-being for people with life limiting conditions, their carers and families. As a result people will be able to cope more successfully

£21,086 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jul 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of promoting a range of musical events throughout the islands

£3,000 Scottish Arts Council
26 Jun 2003 Islesburgh Trust

The grant will be used to create 58 after school, 48 before school and 34 holiday places for children aged 3 - 14 years old in Shetland. The project will create 1 new and expand 1 existing club, 2 schools will be served.

£144,550 New Opportunities Fund
24 Jun 2003 Shetland Amenity Trust

ICT Heritage Development Worker

£41,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2003 Shetland Family History Society

Publication of census material for the Shetland Islands area on CD Rom

£12,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Jun 2003 COPE Ltd

This project will strengthen its service provision for adults with severe learning dificulties through enabling their involvement in COPE enterprises and thereby developing their skills, self esteem and confidence. This three year grant is to fund a new f

£55,350 Community Fund
9 Jun 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards visiting a range of galleries and venues in the Highlands and Islands for possible future joint projects

£700 Scottish Arts Council
3 Jun 2003 Shetland Learning Difficulties Pool Association

This New Group Organises And Promotes Social Interaction For Young People With Learning Difficulties Thereby Building Self Confidence And Self Esteem Of Members. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Attend A Pool Tournament In England. Contribution Toward

£5,000 Sport Scotland
3 Jun 2003 Shetland Youths and Juniors Pool Association

This New Group Provides Coaching And Training For Youth And Junior Players Throughout The Shetland Isles. Grant Will Allow The Group To Attend Their First Championships In England Increasing Their Participation In The Sport.

£5,000 Sport Scotland
23 May 2003 Shetland Islands Council

Shetland Islands Council will deliver an exciting three year programme of Out of School Hours Activities to the whole school population across the local authority area. Projects will include residential outdoor activities such as kayaking and hill walking

£203,510 New Opportunities Fund
22 May 2003 Shetland Council Of Social Service

The Project Will Create An Accessible Voluntary Sector One-Stop Shop With A Range Of Facilities Currently Unavailable On The Island. The Resource Centre Will Have Permanent Office Space For 14 Organisations, Occasional Office Space For A Further 15 Organ

£274,088 Community Fund
22 May 2003 Disability Shetland

This project will enable the organisation to expand ICT support to people with disabilities in Shetland through the provision of specialist advice, maintenance and repair support, plus active encouragement of reducing social isolation through the use of I

£59,285 Community Fund
12 May 2003 Community Alcohol & Drugs Services Shetland (CADSS)

This project will provide a part-time outreach worker for two years to support people who are misusing drugs or are affected by drug misuse in Shetland. It will target those people in Lerwick who are not currently accessing local rehabilitation services.

£40,000 New Opportunities Fund
6 May 2003 Shetland Association of Youth Clubs

This group from Lerwick provides social and recreational activities for young people. Grant will enable the group to organise a trip to a sports festival allowing them to provide opportunities for members to improve their sporting and keep fit skills.

£2,427 New Opportunities Fund
11 Apr 2003 Raman Mundair

Towards the cost of funding a 12 month mentor relationship woth Dorothea Smartt, an established writer, live artist and mentor

£2,000 Scottish Arts Council
3 Mar 2003 The Association of Shetland Pre-School Play

This group supports the needs of 37 pre-school groups throughout Shetland and also run a special needs toy library. The award will enable the group to produce 20 up to date catalogues of their special needs toys which would be distributed to pre-school gr

£2,982 New Opportunities Fund
17 Feb 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards extending and enhancing the classical music programme by bringing in performers of national/international standard

£15,000 Scottish Arts Council
14 Feb 2003 Shetland Islands Council

The grant will be used to sustain 20 after school places and 20 holiday places for children aged 5-12 years in the Shetland Islands.

£34,693 New Opportunities Fund
4 Feb 2003 Firth & Mossbank Tenants Association

This group from Mossbank provides education and training opportunities for local people. Grant will allow the group to enhance their equipment resource enabling them to develop the IT skills of unemployed people. The grant will be used to purchase compu

£1,426 New Opportunities Fund
3 Feb 2003 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of promoting the further development of Shetland's two principal music festivals

£25,000 Scottish Arts Council
15 Jan 2003 Shetland Community Enterprise Network (SCEN)

To break down barriers to ICT learning and provide access to learning to socially or geographically isolated community groups and individuals living in rural Shetland as well as those who have not taken up learning opportunities. The project will provide

£35,644 New Opportunities Fund
4 Dec 2002 Unst Youth Centre Trust

This group from Unst provides a youth centre facility for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to construct a new porch.

£2,500 Community Fund
5 Nov 2002 Victim Support Shetland

This new group from Lerwick provides practical support, advice and information to victims of crime. The grant will be used to provide a conference telephone facility and fund training,

£2,261 Community Fund
2 Oct 2002 Brae Youth Centre

This group from Brae manage and maintain the Brae Youth Centre, for the benefit of local youth and community groups. Grant will be used to fund wall repairs, replace fire doors, new floor covering, chairs and tables.

£5,000 Community Fund
2 Oct 2002 Auld Skule (Recycling Unit)

This group from Shetland run a recycling facility for the local community. The grant will allow the group to furnish their premises with the necessary equipment to enable them to carry out their activities effectively.

£900 Community Fund
16 Aug 2002 Shetland Islands Council

The grant will be used to sustain 20 after-school and 20 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in the Shetland Islands.

£23,621 New Opportunities Fund
15 Aug 2002 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of attending a two day management course entitled 'Managing Multiple Priorities'

£646 Scottish Arts Council
7 Aug 2002 Sandness Public Hall Association

This group from Sandness manages and maintains a community hall for the benefit of local people. The grant will be used to purchase upholstered steel chairs and a trolley.

£2,747 Community Fund
7 Aug 2002 Sandwick Development Association

This group from Sandwick promotes economic and cultural developments. The grant will be used to purchase projector, camcorder, printer, scanner, fax, copier and laminator.

£5,000 Community Fund
7 Aug 2002 Firth and Mossbank Tenants and Residents Association

This group from Mossbank promotes the welfare of the local community.

£1,000 New Opportunities Fund
19 Jul 2002 Shetland Islands Council

The grant will be used to sustain 24 after-school places in Shetland.

£10,600 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2002 Shetland Islands Council

The grant will be used to sustain 100% of the funded places.

£27,380 New Opportunities Fund
6 Jun 2002 North Nesting Community Hall

This group from North Nesting provides a public hall facility for the benefit of the local community. The grant will fund roof and floor repairs.

£3,000 Community Fund
27 May 2002 NHS Shetland

The Umbrella Grant Scheme (UGS) from the Shetland NHS Board comprises 3 third party projects which will combine prevention initiatives tackling poor diet and lack of exercise with outreach rehabilitation services. The UGS will create 3 part-time posts.

£65,560 New Opportunities Fund
1 May 2002 Shetland Folkdance

This Group Provide Social Evenings, Concerts, Dances And Cultural Exchanges In Order To Preserve The Traditions Of Shetland Dance. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund 5 Events, Fees For 3 Bands, Breakfasts And Advertising And Promotion.

£1,500 Scottish Arts Council
1 May 2002 Northern Neesicks Amateur Swimming Club

This New Group Provides Opportunities For Members To Take Part In Swimming And Other Water Related Sports Activities. Venue Hire, Transport Costs, Affiliation Fees, Equipment, Trophies (Not Funded).

£2,266 Sport Scotland
4 Apr 2002 Shetland Textile Working Museum

This Group Aims To Raise Public Awareness And Promote Interest In The Traditional Textile Skills Of Shetland. The Grant Will Fund Sessional Workers Fees, Travel, Printing And Purchase Raw Materials.

£5,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2002 Little Tikes Playgroup

This group from Tingwall provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children.

£500 New Opportunities Fund
4 Apr 2002 North Eden Steering Group

This new group aim to develop a large indoor garden for education and enviromental reasons. Feasibility study.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
25 Mar 2002 Brae Community Association

The project aims to develop a community play area in the rural Shetland village of Brae. The project has been designed to be fully accessible to all children in the locality, with specific provision built in for children who are disabled or have sensory i

£98,404 Community Fund
25 Mar 2002 Bigton Play Area Ltd

The project aims to provide a safe, inclusive play area for children aged 0-14 years old. Users would include residents of Bigton and nearby villages, plus visiting children and tourists. The play area has been designed to be accessible to wheelchair user

£140,001 Community Fund
7 Mar 2002 Shetland Arts Trust

Towards the cost of programming and marketing The Booth, Scalloway with visual arts projects over a 3 year period

£60,000 Scottish Arts Council
27 Feb 2002 Disability Shetland

The project aims to develop the 'Saturday Special' club for disabled children in the Shetland Islands. The project wishes to expand its capabilites so that up to 20 children and 30 volunteers can take part in the club.

£31,525 Community Fund
7 Feb 2002 Shetland Guild of Spinners Weavers and Dyers

This Group Seeks To Preserve And Extend The Knowledge Of Traditional Textile Skills Throughout Shetland. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Sessional Researcher, Travel Costs, Tapes/Films.

£2,400 Heritage Lottery Fund
15 Dec 2001 Ness 2000

This project will respond to the findings of a community needs analysis and provide support through training, information and advice for both existing and recently formed voluntary groups to deliver improved services and activities to people living in the

£18,184 Community Fund
15 Dec 2001 Shetland Heatwise Limited

The Small Repairs Scheme based in the remote northerly Shetland Islands will provide a general odd job repair service around the home for identified disabled, elderly and low income residents.

£60,000 Community Fund
6 Dec 2001 Yell Rowing Club

This Group Provides Opportunties For People To Participate In Rowing Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A New Yoal Rowing Boat.

£4,950 Sport Scotland
23 Nov 2001 Fetlar Community Association

The project aims to secure the ongoing usage of Fetlar Community Hall by constructing a small extension, replacing the outdated heating system and refurbishing the hall interior.It will also improve dsabled access to comply with current standards.

£177,956 Community Fund
4 Oct 2001 Shetland Film Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Increase Their The Knowledge, Understanding And Appreciation Of The Medium Of Film. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Digital Projector, Long Throw Lens, Dvd Player, Video Player, Surround Sound Speakers

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
4 Oct 2001 Classic Fair Isle

This Group Commission Classical Music In Order To Facilitate Its Performance For The Enjoyment Of The Local Community. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund The Composer'S Travel Costs, The Performer'S Travel Costs And Marketing.

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
4 Oct 2001 Unst Creative

This Group Develops And Promotes Access To New Types Of Educational Activities, Equipment And Resources, And Practical Craft Workshops. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Stained Glass, Decopage And Printing Equipment, Tutor Fees, Insurance, Hire Of Venue, Lu

£1,873 Scottish Arts Council
4 Oct 2001 Bressay Musical Society

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Become Involved In Vocal And Instrumental Music. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund An Electric Piano, Amplifier And Stand, And 6 Music Stands.

£1,864 Scottish Arts Council
4 Oct 2001 Sandness Public Hall Association

This group provides a public hall facility for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase a music system.

£1,000 Community Fund
4 Oct 2001 Unst Youth Centre Trust

This group provides a youth centre facility for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase bedding and kitchen and hygiene equipment.

£2,782 Community Fund