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|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
|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
|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.
|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 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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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).
|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
|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
|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.
|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
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|4 Oct 2001||1st/2nd Lerwick Sea Scouts
This Group Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In A Range Of Activities. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Sailing Dinghy, Rowing Boat, Buoyancy Aids, Tents, Survival Bags, First Aid Kits, Cooking Equipment, Maps And Compasses.
|7 Sep 2001||Fetlar Museum Trust
Fetlar Museum Trust Digitisation Project
|£20,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Sep 2001||Shetland Arts Trust
Towards the cost of a Literature Development Project to increase participation in literary activity in Shetland
|£139,002||Scottish Arts Council|
|9 Aug 2001||Amnesty International Shetland
This Group Provides Support, Education And Information On A Range Of Human Rights Issues. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Set, Props And Costumes And Fund Video , Rehearsal Space, Marketing, Postage, Administration, Transport And Professional Fees.
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|1 Aug 2001||Unst Animation Studio
Splat!. The first of a series of animated stories about Splat the Hedgehog who, to prove that Hedgehogs are not wimps, takes up dangerous sports but with little success.
|21 Jul 2001||Shetland Isles Library Service
The People-+s Network programme in all the 1 libraries in Shetland Isles Library Service has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 20 computer terminals will be available to library users to access
|£77,227||New Opportunities Fund|
|20 Jul 2001||Yell Crafts
The project aims to provide practical support, training, information and encouragement to existing and new craft producers on the remote North island of Yell, in Shetland. This will be done by employing a Development Worker for three years who will establ
|20 Jul 2001||Shetland Isles Library Service
The award has provided Information and Communications Technology (ICT) training for public librarians on basic and technical information handling competencies required by staff for their own use and to assist library users.
|£26,015||New Opportunities Fund|
|8 Jun 2001||Lerwick Orchestral Society
This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Practice And Perform Orchestral Music. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Sibelius Music Notation Software.
|£719||Scottish Arts Council|
|8 Jun 2001||Shetland Storytelling Society
This Group Provides Opportunities For Local People To Participate In And Learn About Traditional Storytelling. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Transport And Artists' Fees.
|£5,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|23 May 2001||Sandwick Youth And Community Centre
Towards the cost of a production of 'Noye's Flude' with opportunities for community to be entertained by and work with professionals
|£4,353||Scottish Arts Council|
|17 Apr 2001||Cullivoe Primary School
To raise standards in literacy, numeracy and IT whilst developing social skills for the 10 pupils of the school aged five to eleven. Activities will include IT, chess, healthy eating workshops and storytelling.
|£6,540||New Opportunities Fund|
|5 Apr 2001||Burravoe and District Development Group
This group promotes education and provides social and recreational facilities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase a notice board.
|5 Apr 2001||Shetland Family History Society
This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Participate In And Explore Aspects Of Their Local History. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Computer Equipment.
|£3,768||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|6 Mar 2001||Firth and Mossbank Tenants and Residents Association (FMTRA)
A new project that aims to provide a range of local childcare, family education and medical advice for the Firth and Mossbank communities which currently do not have easy access to any of the above services. Three empty properties nearby will be converted
|£98,370||New Opportunities Fund|
|22 Feb 2001||Shetland Childminding Group
This group provides practical support and assistance for registered childminders. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment.
|22 Feb 2001||Bigton Play Area Ltd
This group provides a community garden and play area for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase land.
|22 Feb 2001||Shetland Youth Environmental Convention
This group provides practical support, advice and information for young people to develop projects on environmental issues. The grant will be used to fund venue hire, administration and workshop materials.
|22 Feb 2001||Shetland Textile Working Museum
This group provides people with the opportunity to extend their knowledge of the traditional textile skills of Shetland. The grant will be used to fund sessional workers fees, travel costs, photography and publicity costs.
|£4,986||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|15 Feb 2001||Shetland Islands Council
The grant will be used to create 84 after-school places and 60 holiday places by creating 3 new clubs and extending 1 existing club throughout Shetland. The places will cater for children aged 3 - 12 years old. 5 local schools will be served.
|£60,343||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jan 2001||Unst Stained Glass Project
Towards the cost of planning, designing and constructing stained glass for new resource centre under guidance of experienced artist
|£6,488||Scottish Arts Council|
|6 Dec 2000||Shetland Amenity Trust
Shetland Place Names Project
|£54,100||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|29 Nov 2000||Whalsay Sports Development Trust
"Proposed Sportsfield at Symbister, Whalsay"
|28 Nov 2000||Shetland Astronomical Society
This group provides education and research into astronomy. The grant will be used to fund refurbishment, construction and transportation costs.
|28 Nov 2000||SaS
This group provides social support for people in the local area. The grant will be used to fund workshops, materials, supervision costs and volunteer expenses.
|28 Nov 2000||Whitedale Youth Club
This group provides social, sports & recreational opportunities for young people living in this rural area. The grant will be used to purchase floodlighting.
|14 Nov 2000||Shetland Islands Council
This project will run in conjunction with the Shetland Arts Trust to develop a range of musical skills in pupils from four secondary schools by extending six existing and establishing seven new music groups.
|£37,060||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 Sep 2000||Barclay Play Park Committee
This group provides and maintains a play park facility for the local community. The grant will be used to fund the installation of a disabled toilet and sewerage system.
|31 Jul 2000||Shetland Amenity Trust
New Shetland Museum & Archives
|£5,115,000||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|11 Jul 2000||Yell Crafts
This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in arts and craft activities. The grant will be used to purchase display cabinets and fund installation and transport costs.
|£2,824||Scottish Arts Council|
|11 Jul 2000||Shetland Folkdance
This group provides opportunities for people to learn and participate in traditional folk dances. The grant will be used to fund travel and outings, publicity materials, volunteer expenses and venue fees.
|£1,500||Scottish Arts Council|
|11 Jul 2000||Cullivoe Youth Dance Group
This group provides opportunities for young people to participate in dance activities. The grant will be used to fund artist fees, travel, accommodation, venue and equipment hire.
|£2,065||Scottish Arts Council|
|11 Jul 2000||Unst Youth Group
This group provides social and recreational activities for young people. The grant will be used to fund travel and activity costs.
|11 Jul 2000||Foula Heritage
This group provides opportunities for members of the community to participate in the study of local heritage. The grant will be used to fund training fees.
|£500||Heritage Lottery Fund|
|16 Jun 2000||Islesburgh Trust
The grant will be used to create a 30 place after-school facility and a 30 place holiday playscheme for children aged 5-11 years in Lerwick Shetland. Schools served will be Bells Brae Primary.
|£27,338||New Opportunities Fund|
|26 May 2000||Lunnasting Public Hall
The project will repair the public hall which is in poor repair, difficult to heat and very expensive to run. This one-year grant will fund professional fees, legal and planning fees and refurbishment costs.
|26 May 2000||Shetland Volunteer Development Agency
The project will establish a local volunteer development agency. This will for the first time create volunteering structures across the four geographical areas of mainland and outer isles. This three-year grant will fund office equipment, salary costs, ge
|25 May 2000||Shetland Arts Trust
Towards the cost of a p.a. system.
|£50,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|28 Mar 2000||The Young Physically Disabled Group
This group provides social and recreational activities for young disabled people. The grant will be used to fund accommodation and travel costs.
|28 Mar 2000||Aith Boating Club
This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in rowing and sailing activities. The grant will be used to purchase a boat and a trailer.
|28 Mar 2000||Lerwick Spurs Football Club
This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in the game of football at a recreational and competitive level. The grant will be used to purchase match equipment and fund facility hire, travel, advertising, professional fees and
|11 Feb 2000||Shetland Badminton Association
This group provides opportunities for people to participate in the sport of badminton and organises competitions and coaching to develop their skills in the game. The grant will be used to fund venue hire, coaching courses, course fees, travel and accommo
|11 Feb 2000||World 2000 Championships
This Group Provides Opportunities For Local Children To Participate In And Develop Their Skills In Baton Twirling, Dance And Movement. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Travel And Accommodation.
|30 Nov 1999||Shetland Film Club
This group provides opportunities for the education of the public in the art of film and allied visual techniques. The grant will be used to fund film hire, venue hire, advertising, publicity, animator fees, travel and subsistence.
|£500||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Shetland Knitting Club
This group provides opportunities for people to learn about and develop skills in knitting. The grant will be used to purchase materials and equipment and fund tutor fees, visits, demonstrations, advertising and travel expenses.
|£3,000||Scottish Arts Council|
|30 Nov 1999||Bressay Community Action
This group co-ordinates projects and activities for the social, economic and environmental development of the local community. The grant will be used to purchase balls, hoops and a video and to fund instructors' fees and creche costs.
|30 Nov 1999||Sandveien Parents Project
This group provides adults with educational, recreational and cultural opportunities. The grant will be used to purchase equipment and to fund the costs of training courses and publicity.
|24 Nov 1999||Shetland Recreational Trust
Westside Leisure Centre
|15 Sep 1999||Shetland Amenity Trust
The Project Will Encourage Community Environmental Initiatives Throughout Shetland. Local Communities Will Be Supported To Identify Their Needs And Deliver Solutions, So That Independent Action Can Be Encouraged In The Longer Term. Innovative Work Is Al
|15 Sep 1999||Shetland Science and Technology Group
This project aims to raise awareness of science and technology through the provision of a science and technology fair. The one-year grant will provide for the construction of a planetarium, geology boxes, fees for freelance workers, general running expens
|15 Sep 1999||Dunrossness Central Public Hall
This project will benefit an isolated rural community by replacing the hall's existing inadequate heating system with a new oil fired system. An additional benefit of the new system is the capacity to heat only the rooms being used, which will greatly re
|15 Sep 1999||Bressay Community Action
This project will create a safe play environment for Bressay island children by building an enclosed play park with a range of equipment suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities. Seating and shelter will also be provided within the play area. The
|14 Sep 1999||Garden and Ecological Trail Sandwick
This group promotes and develops a community garden for the benefit of local people and as a fundraising resource for voluntary groups. The grant will be used to purchase a fairground organ and to fund shipping and insurance costs.
|14 Sep 1999||Whiteness and Weisdale Public Hall
This group provides a community resource for local people. The grant will be used to fund replacement of windows, installation of double glazing and wall cavity insulation.
|1 Sep 1999||Shetland Islands
The award has provided training to ensure that teachers and school librarians are equipped with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to make sound decisions about when and how to use ICT effectively in teaching.
|£137,160||New Opportunities Fund|
|25 Jun 1999||Shetland Guild of Spinners Weavers and Dyers
This group provides members with the opportunity to learn about or develop skills in the crafts of spinning, knitting, weaving and dyeing. The grant will be used to fund research, travel, marketing, sessional staff, the production of lace samples and phot
|£4,200||Scottish Arts Council|