Lottery grants awarded to South Lanarkshire, Scotland in 2004

172 matching grants found.

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Dec 2004 Cilips

Towards the cost of a national project aimed at increasing reading audiences and improving the availability of contemporary fiction

£50,000 Scottish Arts Council
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Carluke has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Sri Lanka in April of next year.

£1,200 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Glasgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Holland in September of next year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£300 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from East Kilbride has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Amsterdam in November of this year.

£300 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£525 New Opportunities Fund
7 Dec 2004 Scottish Traditional Music And Song Trust

Distil: Creative Development for Traditional Musicians

£30,773 Arts Council England
6 Dec 2004 Lesmahagow Photographic Society

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Learn And Develop Photographic Skills. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase New Equipment Enabling Its Members To Further Develop Their Skills By Beign Able To Go Out Into The Rural Community In A More Pr

£1,652 Scottish Arts Council
6 Dec 2004 Lightburn Tenants' and Residents' Association

This group from Cambuslang promotes the welfare of the local community by providing information and social / recreational activities. The grant will enable the group to record local events and activities, produce local information and have a social outing

£2,448 Community Fund
6 Dec 2004 Hawksland SWRI

This group from Lanark provides social and recreational activities for people living in this rural area. Grant will allow the group to attend a social event to encourage healthy eating and will also enable them to purchase crockery for use both by the gr

£651 Community Fund
6 Dec 2004 West End White Flats Residents Association

This group exists to improve the quality of life for local residents. The grant will enable the group have a feasibility study into redeveloping a piece of land for use as a recreation/play area for young people in the community. The grant will be used to

£2,056 Community Fund
6 Dec 2004 Tinto School After School Club

This new group from Symington provides a range of after school activities for pupils. The grant will allow this new group to extend and enhance its educational and recreational facilities and activities by providing sessional workers and training for volu

£4,956 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2004 Weavers Court Residents Association

This group provides social and recreational activities for residents. The grant will allow the group to install a public address system in its lounge providing all residents, particulary those with hearing difficulties, with the opportunity to participat

£1,288 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2004 East Kilbride Mountaineering Club

This Group From East Kilbride Provides The Opportunity For Members To Participate In Various Levels Of Hill Walking And Mountaineering And Promotes Regular Social Outings. The Grant Would Allow The Members Of The Group To Attend Training Courses In Hillcr

£650 Sport Scotland
6 Dec 2004 Biggar Senior Citizens' Indoor Bowling Club

This Group Provides Opportunities For Elderly Members Of The Community To Participate In Indoor Bowling And Social Activities. Due To Increased Membership The Grant Would Allow The Group To Provide Further Playing Facilities For Its Members, It Will Also

£2,222 Sport Scotland
3 Dec 2004 Clydesdale Community Initiatives

This Project Will Provide The Opportunity For People With Learning Difficulties, People With Mental Health Concerns And Young People At Risk Of Exclusion To Develop New Practical And Social Skills, Meet New People And Raise Their Self Confidence. The Pro

£151,068 Community Fund
16 Nov 2004 Coalburn Toddlers Group

This group provide pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment to provide a safe and stimulating environment for the children. Grant will be used for soft play mats, sand/water pit an

£779 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2004 Dalserf Bowling Club

This group provides a place for its members to practice and compete in the game of bowls. The grant would allow the club to buy a new mower and get artificial banking for the edge of the green. This will benefit the club by letting its members develop t

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2004 David Walker House Residents and Carers Group

This group provide social and recreational activities for residents of the David Walker care home. The grant will be used to provide a stimulating programme of activities for members including relaxation therapies, arts and crafts sessions, and a reminis

£1,765 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2004 East Kilbride Phoenix Boys Club

This New Group Provides Training And Coaching For A Boys Club Football Team. The Grant Will Allow Coaching Development For Staff And Skills Development For The Children. Money Will Go Towards New Football Equipment And Training For The Coaches.

£3,102 Sport Scotland
16 Nov 2004 East Kilbride Girls' FC

This Group Provides Opportunities For Girls To Participate In Football Training Sessions And Competitions. Grant Will Allow The Group To Increase Involvement By Raising The Standards Of Current Coach-+S And Encouraging New Coaches To Join. Grant Will Be

£1,100 Sport Scotland
16 Nov 2004 Cambuslang Miners Welfare Indoor Bowling Club

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Participate In The Sport Of Indoor Bowling. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Equipment, Including Items Which Will Enable Less Able And Older Members To Participate Fully, And Allow The Group To Host Leagu

£1,864 Sport Scotland
10 Nov 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£875 New Opportunities Fund
10 Nov 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from East Kilbride has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in January next year.

£700 New Opportunities Fund
25 Oct 2004 Gold School of Dance

This New Group Provide Opportunities For Children And Young People To Participate In Dance Based Activities. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Stage A Dance Show, Boosting The Self-Esteem Of Performers And Providing Them With The Opportunity To Develop N

£750 Scottish Arts Council
25 Oct 2004 Kirk Care Social Club

This new group promotes the welfare of older people in the locality, organising social and recreational activities to reduce isolation. The grant will allow the group to develop a programme of social, recreational and sporting events, including dance and

£4,597 Community Fund
25 Oct 2004 Homeward Bound (Scotland) Ltd

This new group provide an after school service for children aged 4-14 years.

£4,500 New Opportunities Fund
25 Oct 2004 Low Waters Miners Welfare Bowling Section

This Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Sport Of Green Bowls. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase A Specialist Mower Which Will Allow Them To Maintain Their Greens To A High Standard. Mower.

£4,995 Sport Scotland
25 Oct 2004 Mid Week Walking Group

This group promote the exploration of the countryside by organising regular group walks.

£3,260 Sport Scotland
25 Oct 2004 Nethanvale Juniors Football Club

This New Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate And Train In The Sport Of Football. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Provide Strips And Training Equipment And Cover Transport Costs And Venue Hire For The First Year. 1se

£2,136 Sport Scotland
22 Oct 2004 Rutherglen Community Carers

This project will run a support group for individuals diagnosed with dementia. The group will provide a six week structured educational programme for people with a recent diagnosis of dementia, followed by a social group, which allows individuals to conti

£28,857 Community Fund
20 Oct 2004 South Lanarkshire Council

This project will provide a full sized synthetic turf pitch with floodlighting and fencing on the site of the former Lanark Racecourse. Over 1000 pupils at Lanark Grammar school as well as pupils from other schools in the area and 1,925 members of the wi

£400,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Strathaven Camera Club

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Learn And Develop Their Photographic Skills. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Offer Digital Photographic Facilities, Broadening The Skills Base Of Members And Enhancing The Delivery Of Presentations To Othe

£4,635 Scottish Arts Council
18 Oct 2004 Lanark Writers' Circle

This Group Provides Professional Guidance And Opportunities For Local People To Develop Their Literary Skills. Grant Will Enable The Group To Publicise An Anthology Of The Writings Of Group Members And Increase Their Computer Skills. The Grant Will Be Use

£2,953 Scottish Arts Council
18 Oct 2004 47th Lanarkshire Scout Group

This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. Grant will allow the group to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, offer camping trips and purchase new uniforms. The grant will be used to purchase camping

£3,885 Community Fund
18 Oct 2004 The Braes Parent & Toddler Group

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for young children. Grant will reduce the social isolation experienced by single/low income families by providing them with a break. The grant will be used to purchase toys, tables and chairs

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Coalburn Primary School Nursery Class

This group provides pre-school education for under 5s. Grant will enable the group to offer outdoor experiences to children by improving their play area. The grant will be used to purchase outside play equipment and fund a wall mural.

£3,175 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 St Marys Primary School (Hamilton) Parent Teachers Associati

This group organises activities and raises funds to support initiatives out with school curricular activities. Grant will enable the group to develop a run down playground area within the school grounds, allowing children to play sports and learn to appre

£4,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Forgewood Disability Forum

This new group aim to set up a citizen advocacy service for the disabled, elderly and recovering drug addicts.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Hamilton Volunteer Group

This group run a day care centre providing social and recreational activities for elderly and disabled individuals within a group setting. The grant will be used to provide IT equipment and training for representatives of the user groups who will cascade

£3,309 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Viking Lifeline

This new group promote the use in agriculture of breeds of livestock, especially sheep, of Nordic origin, because of the beneficial health qualities of their meat. The grant will be used to produce newsletters and organise a conference where interested p

£633 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 High Blantyre Ladies Guild

This group provides social and recreational activities for its mostly older members. Grant will be used to develop a programme of social events for members and to host an anniversary fun day for the whole community, strengthening community links and promo

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Waterside Action Group

This group aim to improve welfare of dogs and puppies involved in the trade of puppy farms. The grant will allow the group to stage a mobile display at public events to educate the public about the dangers of buying puppies from puppy farms. Grant will

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Kirkmuirhill and Blackwood Youth Forum

This group provide educational and recreational opportunities for young people. The grant will allow the group to offer a varied programme of creative and environmental activities, encouraging young people to develop their creativity, improve the area th

£4,994 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Brat Pack Playscheme

This group provide leisure activities during school holidays for children from single parent and low-income families. The grant will be used to purchase equipment for outdoor play and organise a weekend trip to Alton Towers for the children. Grant will

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
18 Oct 2004 Crossford 60+ Bowling Club

This Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Sport Of Indoor Bowls. The Grant Will Enable This Low Income Group To Purchase 2 New Indoor Carpets Which Will Greatly Enhance The Facilities On Offer To Members. 2 Indoo

£1,250 Sport Scotland
18 Oct 2004 Hamilton Judo Club

This Group Fosters And Promotes The Sport Of Judo At All Ages And Levels Of Ability. Grant Will Enable The Group To Provide A Safe Environment For Members To Train In. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase 30 Judo Mats, Crash Mat, First Aid Equipment, Coach

£4,970 Sport Scotland
15 Oct 2004 Hands Up For Trad

Towards the cost of running Hands Up for Trad's flagship events

£8,000 Scottish Arts Council
15 Oct 2004 Scottish Traditional Music And Song Trust

Towards the cost of "Distil", a creative development project for professional musicians working mainly in traditional music

£20,000 Scottish Arts Council
15 Oct 2004 Sarah Wilson

Towards the cost of studying composition in Finland with Timo Alakotila and developing current String Octet

£800 Scottish Arts Council
15 Oct 2004 Drew Campbell

Towards the cost of purchasing experienced, professional mentoring service to assist with the development of the novel Drachenfutter

£700 Scottish Arts Council
14 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Strathaven 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
1 Oct 2004 South Lanarkshire Volunteering Enterprise

This Project Will Develop A Current Scheme To Provide Trained Volunteer Befrienders On A One To One Basis For Vulnerable Clients Who Have Experienced Homelessness Or Rough Sleeping And Who Have Been Resettled In Private Tenancies. To Date All Of The Servi

£102,914 Community Fund
1 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from East Kilbride has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Australia in September of this year. Funding has also been provided for a carer and a spouse to travel with the Veteran.

£3,100 New Opportunities Fund
1 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
24 Sep 2004 Clydesdale Afterschool Care Ltd

The grant would be used to sustain 25 after school places for children aged 4-12 years old in Coalburn. The Coalburn and Clydesdale area has a high level of unemployment due to the reduction in the coal mining industry, which led to lower occupancy level

£19,510 New Opportunities Fund
24 Sep 2004 South Lanarkshire Council

The scheme will provide accommodation in a new build neighbourhood centre for a cr+¿che and after school project. The childcare is for parents accessing services in the centre, particularly training and employment advice and for working parents. The facili

£150,000 New Opportunities Fund
17 Sep 2004 Saffronhall Art Club

This Group Run Visual Art Classes For Local People. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Provide Better Art Resources And Organise A Programme Of Art Activities, Developing Further The Creative Skills Of Members And Encouraging More People To Participate.

£3,000 Scottish Arts Council
17 Sep 2004 Nethan Valley Arts and Crafts Group

This New Group Run Art And Craft Classes For Local People. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Organise A Varied Programme Of Arts Activities, Encouraging Members To Further Develop Their Creative Skills And More People To Participate. The Grant Will Be Us

£910 Scottish Arts Council
17 Sep 2004 Phoenix Art Group

This Group Run A Weekly Art Class. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Run A Number Of New Artistic Activities For Members, Broadening Their Creative Experience And Encouraging More People To Participate. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Field Trips And A Li

£500 Scottish Arts Council
17 Sep 2004 Clydesdale Arthritis Support Group

This new group from Carluke provides help and support to people suffering from arthritis by holding monthly meetings, social events and other activities and courses. The grant will enable the group to ensure efficient communication amongst members and pr

£4,150 New Opportunities Fund
17 Sep 2004 East Kilbride Wasps Roller Hockey Club

This Group Promotes The Sport Of Roller Hockey By Providing Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Train And Play In A Safe Environment. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase Kit And Equipment For Four Youth Teams Which Will Encourage New Mem

£3,240 Sport Scotland
10 Sep 2004 Upstairs Kids Klub

This project will provide a special needs playworker for children with disabilities to enhance their social, emotional and physical development, and to help integrate the children into mainstream play with other children who use the service. The money wil

£33,683 Community Fund
7 Sep 2004 Rapture Theatre Company

Towards the cost of touring the Scottish premiere of Blue/Orange, the award winning play by Joe Penhall

£38,254 Scottish Arts Council
31 Aug 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£525 New Opportunities Fund
31 Aug 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£875 New Opportunities Fund
24 Aug 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£2,100 New Opportunities Fund
24 Aug 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£875 New Opportunities Fund
20 Aug 2004 Biggar Little Festival

This New Group From Biggar Aims To Provide A Focus For Arts In The Area, Develop A Network Of Arts Groups And Run An Annual Festival. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Resource An Arts Festival, Allowing Greater Access To Events And Bringing More People

£4,983 Scottish Arts Council
20 Aug 2004 Scottish Cinema Organ Trust

This Group Promote Knowledge And Appreciation Of The Cinema Organ. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Fund A Feasibility Study Investigating Whether It Is Possible To Convert A Former Gymnasium Into A Performing Arts Centre And Permanent Base For The Grou

£4,950 Scottish Arts Council
20 Aug 2004 Glespin Storytelling Group

This New Group Provide Opportunities For Children And Adults To Participate In Storytelling Sessions. Grant Will Be Used To Organise A Variety Of Storytelling Activities To Develop Members' Skills And Encourage Communication Between The Generations. Gra

£2,500 Scottish Arts Council
20 Aug 2004 Biggar Theatre Workshop

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Participate In The Performing Arts. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Refurbish The Foyer Area Of The Theatre, Encouraging More People To Visit The Theatre And Participate In Theatrical Activities. The Grant

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
20 Aug 2004 Cambuslang and Rutherglen Unemployed Arts Club

This Group Run Art Classes For Local People. The Grant Will Allow This Expanding Group To Continue To Exhibit Its Work, Set Up A Library Resource And Produce A Professional Programme For The First Time Documenting Their Art Work. The Grant Will Be Used T

£4,240 Scottish Arts Council
20 Aug 2004 Lanarkshire Family History Society

This Group Promote The Study Of Local And Family History. Grant Will Be Used To Transfer Collected Data Onto Multiple Cds For Members' Research, And Scan Large And Rare Books Of Importance To Family Historians Of Scottish And Irish Decent. Grant Will Be

£2,112 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Aug 2004 East Kilbride and District Young Farmers

This group from East Kilbride provides cultural activities to make rural life more attractive to young people. The grant would enable the group to hold an event to celebrate their 60th anniversary. The grant will be used to hire a marquee and toilets, ent

£3,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Aug 2004 Theatre Nemo

This group from East Kilbride is a theatre company which aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and give a voice to people who have been touched by mental ill health. The grant will allow the group to create a website and develop a strategic vis

£3,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Aug 2004 East Kilbride Sports Council

This Group Promotes Participation In Various Sports By Assisting With The Co-Ordination Of Sports Groups And Organisations And Liaising On Their Behalf With The Local Council And Other Governing Bodies. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Run A Sports Pro

£2,000 Sport Scotland
15 Aug 2004 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra

Towards the cost of commissioning John Taylor and Keith Tippett to create works for the SNJO

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council
2 Aug 2004 South Lanarkshire Greenspace

Whitehill Heritage Project

£38,300 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Hamilton has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Egypt in September of this year.

£700 New Opportunities Fund
20 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£875 New Opportunities Fund
20 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Lanark 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 and a carer to travel with the Veteran.

£255 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jul 2004 South Lanarkshire Council

The programme consists of 16 projects under two overarching themes: A Celebration of Our People; and A Celebration of Our Place. The five themes that SLC has identified as best reflecting the local partnerships delivery model characteristics and aspiratio

£700,000 Millennium Commission
9 Jul 2004 Kids Clubs Direct Ltd

This replacement grant will be used to create 48 after school and 48 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Eastkilbdrige.

£48,000 New Opportunities Fund
8 Jul 2004 Clydesdale Citizens Advice Bureau

The project will provide an outreach advice and information service and will employ a Project Officer to provide advice on employment issues and representation at employment tribunals for clients from the Clydesdale area.

£59,951 Community Fund
6 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Lanarkshire 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
6 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£780 New Opportunities Fund
6 Jul 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Hamilton 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 carer to travel with the Veteran.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
23 Jun 2004 Streetbase

David Livingstone Centre Explores

£20,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jun 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£875 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2004 East Kilbride Camera Club

This group provide opportunities for people to develop their photographic skills.

£4,665 Scottish Arts Council
21 Jun 2004 Red Deer Day Care Group

This group from East Kilbride promotes the welfare of older people, in particular the service users of the Red Deer Centre. The grant will mean that the group can combat isolation amongst older and disabled people through a programme of outings, as well

£4,925 Community Fund
21 Jun 2004 Wiston Village Hall Association

This group from Wiston provides a public hall facility for the benefit of the local community. Grant will allow the group to upgrade their premises by installing a new sewage system ensuring the continued safety and comfort of hall users. The grant will

£2,408 Community Fund
21 Jun 2004 Douglas Water Angling Club

This group from Lanark provides social and recreational activities for people of all ages. Grant will allow the group to provide a celebration 50th Anniversary dinner dance which members, most coming from low income families, will be able participate in

£2,040 Community Fund
21 Jun 2004 Cargill House Club

This new group from Lanark provides social and recreational activities for older people. Grant will allow the group to take on members on various outings encouraging social interaction and relieving isolation.

£3,203 Community Fund
21 Jun 2004 Hamilton Model Car Club

This group from Hamilton promotes the building and racing of model cars. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment and build a new race track enabling them to upgrade and improve their existing racing facility. The grant will be used to purchase h

£3,000 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2004 Modern Linguistic Chinese School

This group from East Kilbride provide opportunities for people to learn Chinese languages and traditional arts and crafts. Grant will be used produce publicity materials, provide equipment to accommodate a larger intake of students and organise trips. G

£3,540 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2004 Strutherhill Activity Group

This group from Larkhall provides an activities club for children and young people in the area. Grant will allow the group to improve an area of ground by creating a memorial garden and enable them to organise an outing for members. The grant will be us

£2,900 New Opportunities Fund
21 Jun 2004 Clyde Boys Club

This New Group Provides Opportunities For Children To Play Football In A Safe And Friendly Environment. Grant Will Allow This New Group To Provide Training Facilities For Children Encouraging Them To Participate In Team Sport And Have A Healthier Lifesty

£3,652 Sport Scotland
15 Jun 2004 Matthew Fitt

Towards the cost of the Scottish Arts Council Book Award 2004 for "King o the Midden"

£1,000 Scottish Arts Council
11 Jun 2004 South Lanarkshire Council

Towards maintaining and developing the provision of Traditional Music, Song and Dance activities for school age children

£3,500 Scottish Arts Council