Lottery grants awarded to South Lanarkshire, Scotland

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
19 May 2015 The Scottish National Memorial to David Livingstone Trust

David Livingstone's Birthplace

£3,897,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
12 Feb 1997 National Trust for Scotland

Kittochside : Museum of Scottish Country Life

£3,813,186 Heritage Lottery Fund
1 Jun 1999 New Lanark Conservation Trust

Robert Owen's School, Lanark - Restoration

£2,435,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Jul 1997 South Lanarkshire Council

Low Parks Museum

£2,341,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 May 2003 South Lanarkshire Council

South Lanarkshire Council (SLC) in partnership with voluntary, community and statutory organisations will deliver a 3-year programme of sporting and cultural Out of School Hours Activities. Activities will benefit 31,222 young people and include hill walk

£2,062,332 New Opportunities Fund
20 Apr 2010 South Lanarkshire Council

Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership

£2,000,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Sep 1996 New Lanark Conservation Trust

New Lanark- Mill Number One Restoration

£1,832,520 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2014 New Lanark Trust

Completion of restoration and interpretation of historic millworkers‘«÷ housing at New Lanark World Heritage Site

£1,594,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
27 Jan 2014 New Lanark Trust

Completion of restoration and interpretation of historic millworkers‘«÷ housing at New Lanark World Heritage Site

£1,594,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2013 Larkhall and District Volunteer Group

This group will purchase and develop a former registry office to establish The Larkhall Registry Older People?s Centre which will become a hub of activities for older people. This will include advice to maximise take up of welfare benefits, collecting pre

£1,516,383 Big Lottery Fund
27 May 2002 Lanarkshire NHS Board

The Umbrella grant scheme (UGS) consists of 6 third party projects. The UGS will improve access to high quality treatment/diagnosis services for CHD/Stroke through stroke support; stroke passports; school based health promotion; minority group mobile heal

£1,316,870 New Opportunities Fund
29 Mar 2013 Routes to Work South

This project will support lone parents with a child aged 3 - 5 to move closer to and into employment through the provision of tailored intensive employability support. The support will be provided by a key worker and will follow a personal development pla

£1,250,000 Big Lottery Fund
1 Sep 1999 South Lanarkshire

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.

£1,139,594 New Opportunities Fund
10 May 2005 South Lanarkshire Council

South Lanarkshire Council

£964,435 New Opportunities Fund
29 Mar 2013 Clydesdale Community Initiatives

This project will benefit adults who are excluded from the job market due to physical disabilities, learning difficulties or serious mental health issues. The project will also help vulnerable young people. The project will involve refurbishment of a dere

£915,256 Big Lottery Fund
5 Aug 1998 South Lanarkshire Council

Hamilton Palace

£843,159 Sport Scotland
27 Jul 2001 South Lanarkshire Council, Education Resources

To foster participation in arts and sports among primary, secondary and special educational needs pupils across South Lanarkshire -+ 110 primary, 18 secondary and 6 special schools. This will provide opportunities for children and young people to engage in

£808,387 New Opportunities Fund
28 May 1997 South Lanarkshire Council

Strathaven Swimming Pool and Conditioning Suite

£805,000 Sport Scotland
9 Aug 2002 South Lanarkshire Council

The project will tackle unhealthy lifestyles of people living in the eight villages of the Douglas & Nethan Valleys, especially targeting those on lower incomes, without transport and the isolated. The programme includes initiatives to tackle the effects

£768,763 New Opportunities Fund
10 Oct 2002 South Lanarkshire Council - Education Resources

This project will meet an identified gap in the provision of school & community sports facilities for Trinity High School, 17 other local schools & the wider population of Rutherglen/Cambuslang. This grant will fund a floating floor in the school's swimmi

£764,500 New Opportunities Fund
10 Apr 2017 Healthy n Happy

To develop an existing community hub called Number 18 in Rutherglen allowing it to house a community caf?, a home to Camglen community radio, a multi use events space, flexible use rooms, IT/internet access, retail and community art, music and culture space and local information displays.

£749,404 Big Lottery Fund
29 Oct 1997 South Lanarkshire Council

Forth Sports Community Centre

£700,000 Sport Scotland
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
22 Feb 1995 South Lanarkshire Council

New Swimming Pool & Conditioning Suite at Carluke

£673,000 Sport Scotland
20 Jan 2010 Liber8 Lanarkshire Limited

This project will work with children and young people aged between 10 and 18 who are or are at risk of misusing drugs or alcohol and those who are affected by parental substance misuse. The aim of the project is to improve the participants confidence, inc

£668,043 Big Lottery Fund
23 Oct 1995 West Whitlawburn Community Development Committee

To Arrest The Social And Economic Decay Of A Deprived Community

£631,012 Community Fund
30 Mar 2005 Scottish Library & Information Council

People's Network

£597,830 New Opportunities Fund
7 Aug 2002 South Lanarkshire Council

Larkhall Swimming Pool Refurbishment

£596,379 Sport Scotland
19 Feb 2015 Healthy n Happy

This project will support isolated older people helping them to retain their ability to live independently in their own homes. The project will be delivered in partnership with Healthy Valleys and will match ReConnect volunteers with isolated local older people experiencing a range of issues. Volunteers will provide support enabling vulnerable/isolated older people to establish supportive social networks and access services which will help them live independently.

£593,450 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2015 Liber8 Lanarkshire Limited

Liber8 Lanarkshire Limited

£589,052 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2001 South Lanarkshire Council

Rutherglen Town Hall - Restoration

£588,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
28 Jun 2013 Lightburn Elderly Association Project Limited

This project which will see the expansion of the organisation's services into Blantyre, Hamilton, Bothwell and Uddingston areas of South Lanarkshire. The project will support 200 vulnerable, isolated older people each year who live in their own home throu

£581,392 Big Lottery Fund
24 Mar 2009 South Lanarkshire Council

Cambuslang Park Redevelopment Project

£574,200 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Jun 1999 The Association Of Local Voluntary Organisations

This project will establish and operate an integrated voluntary sector support infrastructure for the South Lanarkshire Council area enabling the provision of representation liaison development and support services for a wide range of voluntary and com

£541,546 Community Fund
30 Mar 2012 Up-2-Us

This grant will enable the work of the existing Parents and Children's Change project to continue and develop for the next four years. The project provides early intervention support for vulnerable children and young people aged 10-16 who experience viole

£520,000 Big Lottery Fund
29 May 1996 Cambuslang Rugby & Sports Club

New clubhouse and upgrade of playing fields

£512,700 Sport Scotland
9 Aug 2002 Cambuslang and Rutherglen Community Health Initiative

The project will work across the Cambuslang and Rutherglen areas in Glasgow. Target groups include parents and their children, young men, men, elderly people, carers, bereaved people and victims of bullying and abuse. Activities will include information p

£502,184 New Opportunities Fund
28 Sep 2012 NHS Lanarkshire

This group will roll out their existing programme to areas in South Lanarkshire that are not covered through their current provision. The programme will engage with vulnerable first time mothers with children aged 0-3 who are faced with complex and varie

£500,071 Big Lottery Fund
27 Nov 2002 South Lanarkshire Council

Annan Drive Integrated Community Facility.

£500,000 Sport Scotland
31 Dec 2011 South Lanarkshire Council

The project will deliver a range of personal and social development programmes to vulnerable young people around the themes of sport, dance and horticulture/environment. The project will support the young people in gaining accredited qualifications and pr

£494,853 Big Lottery Fund
16 Dec 2003 Lanarkshire NHS Board

This Umbrella Grant Scheme (UGS) will improve access to community palliative care services for both cancer and non-cancer conditions including Huntington's Disease and end stage Chronic Lung Disease. The UGS will achieve this through 4 third party projec

£492,376 New Opportunities Fund
27 Nov 2014 The Machan Trust

The project aims to support children aged 5 - 9 through the provision of breakfast clubs in local primary schools, and after school/weekend play and sports activity programmes. It will focus on early intervention with children most in need of support and will involve their families through the delivery of family healthy eating workshops.

£481,127 Big Lottery Fund
18 Jun 2015 Healthy Valleys

This project will support families with children under the age of five, with the aim of reducing the health related inequalities for up to 312 individuals across the lifetime of the grant. The families will be supported to attend anti and post natal appointments, and access to health related services. A range of activities including baby massage, stress management, cooking, first aid, child development and peer support groups will also be provided to boost confidence.

£455,268 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jul 2002 South Lanarkshire Council

Towards the refurbishment of the historic grade A listed Hamilton Town House to provide an integrated Arts, learning & library facil

£450,000 Scottish Arts Council
22 Apr 2010 Douglas St Bride's Community Group

This project will refurbish the St Bride's Centre in the village of Douglas in South Lanarkshire. It will better meet the needs of the local population by providing a cafe, IT facilities and a fitness suite.

£432,426 Big Lottery Fund
4 Sep 2003 South Lanarkshire Council

The Clyde Walkway (Crossford to Rosebank Section)

£425,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
24 Nov 2011 Healthy Valleys

This project seeks to support vulnerable and hard to reach families in rural South Lanarkshire. Expectant mothers, new mums and families of children aged 0 - 5 will be supported to look after their health and that of their unborn child/baby/children. The

£422,547 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2016 Women's Aid South Lanarkshire

This group aims to continue the successful Cedar programme in South Lanarkshire to meet an increasing demand. The project aims to help children and their mothers who have experienced domestic abuse to have a better understanding and knowledge of how to be safe and have a greater sense of worth and wellbeing leading to improved relationships.

£410,699 Big Lottery Fund
2 Oct 2000 South Lanarkshire Council

Douglas THI

£410,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2015 The Haven Caring Counselling Communication Centre

This project will support individuals with long-term illness such as cancer, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's and motor neurone disease and their families and carers in North Lanarkshire. It will replicate an existing service provided by the Haven's drop-in centre in Blantyre.

£401,662 Big Lottery 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
9 Jun 2009 Windmills Lanarkshire Ltd

This project seeks to develop a community caf+ģ to provide training and work experience for young people with severe learning disabilities and additional support needs. This will help to improve individuals confidence and self-esteem, increase levels of so

£388,344 Big Lottery Fund
2 Sep 2003 New Lanark Conservation Trust

Completion of the Tourism Facility in New Lanark Mills

£382,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
25 Aug 1998 Cilips

Towards the cost of promoting Scottish writing by the provision of 3 copies of 36 Scottish books to Secondary schools

£382,375 Scottish Arts Council
16 Jun 2011 South Lanarkshire Council

Pits, Ponies, People, and Stories

£378,600 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2013 The Haven Caring Counselling Communication Centre

This grant will support the work of the centre to care for families affected by a long term illness such as cancer, Multiple Sclerosis and Motor Neurone Disease. Their Caring Connections project will sustain carers in their caring role by providing a rang

£378,516 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2000 Tarbrax Village Hall Trust

This project will provide a new build village hall facility in an isolated rural area, enabling a wide range of local community activities. This one year grant will part fund the construction costs of the hall, professional fees and equipment.

£364,468 Community Fund
29 Mar 2013 Up-2-Us

This project will work with girls aged 15 to 20 with a background of offending who are at highest risk of repeating damaging behaviour. Girls will be engaged through referral from either Cornton Vale Young Offenders Institute, secure units or social worke

£360,000 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2001 S. Lanarkshire Library Service

The People-+s Network programme in all the 25 libraries in South Lanarkshire has provided new computer and related equipment and upgraded the infrastructure. Now, approximately 93 computer terminals will be available to library users to access the Internet

£356,466 New Opportunities Fund
2 Dec 1998 Vivat Trust

Tower of Hallbar, Braidwood -Redevelopment

£353,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2006 South Lanarkshire Council

This project will increase access to cost effective childcare services by providing an additional 12 full time, 0-2 year old places. The project will be based on two sites in South Lanarkshire, the Early Learning Unit in Hamilton and Laighstonehall Childr

£350,000 New Opportunities Fund
24 Jul 2015 South Lanarkshire Council

East Kilbride Ice Rink redevelopment

£350,000 Sport Scotland
7 Apr 2004 South Lanarkshire Council

This project will upgrade the only 8 lane synthetic track with full field event facilities in South Lanarkshire, at the John Wright Sports Centre in East Kilbride. The facilities have been in use for 15 years and now require to be upgraded and modernised.

£338,149 New Opportunities Fund
28 Sep 2001 Strathaven Scout/Guide Centre Management Committee

This project will undertake major refurbishment and upgrading of Strathaven Old Town Hall to preserve this unique community centre and make it available to a wide range of community groups.

£335,887 Community Fund
24 Mar 2017 Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire

This project will support young people aged 16-29 who are living with multiple complex challenges including mental health issues, offending behaviour, substance misuse, risk taking, self-harm and isolation. Chance 2 Change will, through mentoring, personal goal setting and group work support young people to manage their personal circumstances so that they have the life skills they need to overcome their personal life challenges.

£334,811 Big Lottery Fund
26 Jun 1997 South Lanarkshire Council

Towards the cost of a comprehensive range of public arts works integrated with the redevelopment of Hamilton Town Centre

£329,386 Scottish Arts Council
5 Jun 2009 Blantyre Youth Development Team

This project will improve the life chances of young people in regeneration areas across South Lanarkshire. The project will fill gaps in service using a mobile youth work facility to engage with hard to reach young people. The project also aims to provide

£328,866 Big Lottery Fund
16 Mar 2006 South Lanarkshire Council

This is a three year project that aims to target 4,980 young people across South Lanarkshire to increase their participation in sports and physical activity. Project work will target young women, young people from BME communities, young people with disabi

£312,719 New Opportunities Fund
13 May 2008 Healthynhappy

This project will provide a stress management service, a 'Pass It On' programme, stigma and self-awareness training, Mental Health First Aid training and a diverse range of volunteering opportunities. The aim is to improve quality of life and enable part

£307,642 Big Lottery Fund
26 Nov 1997 Hamilton Rugby Club Ltd

New clubhouse

£306,500 Sport Scotland
22 Nov 2002 East Kilbride and District Shopmobility

This project aims to provide a Shopmobility service to improve access and freedom for people with limited mobility in East Kilbride and its surrounding areas.This three year project will fully fund the salaries of a Project Co-Ordinator, Project Assistant

£301,177 Community Fund
21 Dec 2007 The Haven Caring Counselling Communication Centre

The Haven: Life Limiting Illness - Information and Support project will help people make choices, cope with illness and increase understanding amongst those involved in caring for the client group through the three main transitions; diagnosis, maintenance

£300,141 Big Lottery Fund
28 Sep 2017 The Haven Caring Counselling Communication Centre

The Haven Caring Counselling Communication Centre

£299,889 Big Lottery Fund
28 Oct 1998 South Lanarkshire Council

Tilework Park Outdoor Sports Centre

£299,285 Sport Scotland
17 Jan 2008 Rural Development Trust

Rural Development Trust (RDT) will develop Camglen Community Transport Initiative (CCTI). The grant will enable RDT to purchase three fully accessible mini buses and fund a 'Transport and Access Development Officer.' The project will operate in Cambuslang

£297,533 Big Lottery Fund
13 Aug 2017 Covey Befriending

This group will deliver a holistic family support programme in partnership with Bellshill and Mossend YMCA. Operating in Bellshill, Uddingston, Hamilton and Blantyre, it aims to improve outcomes for young people aged 8 to14 and their families who are experiencing difficulties in their lives.

£289,641 Big Lottery Fund
24 Feb 2012 Women's Aid South Lanarkshire

The project will build upon the existing CEDAR work in the area to further support women and their children to recover from the impact of domestic abuse. Mothers and children will attend parallel CEDAR support programmes. Additionally they will receive pr

£288,671 Big Lottery Fund
21 Dec 2007 Clydesdale Befriending Group for Adults with Learning Disabi

Clydesdale Befriending Group for Adults with Learning Disabilities' will increase the skills, confidence and self-esteem of adults with learning disabilities, encouraging them to access community facilities and take part in social activities, independentl

£282,350 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jul 2002 Coalburn Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

The project is to establish a One Stop Shop to create a welcoming place to allow the surrounding communities to access a number of community facilities under one roof. The services will be provided by a combination of voluntary, statutory and small local

£280,000 Community Fund
8 Jun 2017 Lanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre

This organisation will use the funding to develop and expand their activity SHiFT ? Strength, Hope, Future, Transition. The activity targets women and girls aged over 12, from North and South Lanarkshire, who have experienced rape and/or any other form of sexual abuse, providing an individually tailored support package. As well as improving existing service provision LRCC intend to increase the number of people benefiting from the service actively seeking those from harder to reach backgrounds.

£279,874 Big Lottery Fund
20 Sep 2002 The Association Of Local Voluntary Organisations

This two year grant will part-fund four full- time existing Administrators, one full-time existing Development Officer, one new full-time Development Officer (merged CVS), three full-time Organising Secretaries and consultancy costs for evaluation.

£275,350 Community Fund
13 May 2008 South Lanarkshire Council

This project will raise the self esteem, confidence and life skills of young people between ages of 15 and 20. This sports based programme aimed at personal development with the opportunity to gain nationally accredited sports and coaching qualifications

£273,052 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 1999 South Lanarkshire Volunteering Enterprise

This Project Will Develop Volunteering Opportunities For Individuals With Special Support Needs, Such As Mental Health Problems, Learning And Physical Disabilities. Working With Referral And Volunteer Engaging Agencies, The Project Will Provide Support A

£261,680 Community Fund
12 Dec 2003 South Lanarkshire Council

This project will develop an outdoor resource centre in Hamilton as a base to design and deliver outdoor activities for 1250 pupils each year. 750 members of the local community, ranging from youth leaders to community groups, will also benefit from incre

£250,000 New Opportunities Fund
13 Jun 2002 South Lanarkshire Council

Hamilton Town House Refurbishment Project

£249,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
29 Mar 2006 Aspire Community Development Company Limited

The project will build a 100 place childcare and family centre incorporating community facilities. It will be located in Cambuslang, South Lanarkshire.

£249,000 New Opportunities Fund
1 Sep 2014 Family Mediation South Lanarkshire

This project will support children and families experiencing the trauma of family change, in particular parental separation and divorce. It will provide a dedicated Child Contact Centre Support Worker to work directly with families using Burnbank and East Kilbride Child Contact Centres and to provide play therapy alongside more traditional counselling. The project is expected to benefit around 520 families over a five year period.

£248,297 Big Lottery Fund
29 Sep 2017 Up-2-Us


£241,273 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 1999 The Association Of Local Voluntary Organisations

This project will provide a permanent base and generate some additional regular income for a local CVS covering rural areas of Clydesdale, enabling the consolidation and expansion of a range of services to groups and offering long-term sustainability for

£240,898 Community Fund
18 Jun 2014 Uddingston Cricket & Sports Club

Water Based Synthetic Hockey Pitch

£237,500 Sport Scotland
7 Oct 2016 DNDP CIC


£232,999 Big Lottery Fund
14 Dec 2005 East Kilbride and District Shopmobility

The Project Will Improve The Independence, Self-Confidence And Worth And Social Networks Of 750 Disabled People, 300 Carers And 18 Volunteers Living In The East Kilbride Area In South Lanarkshire. The Project Will Provide A Dedicated, Flexible Free Mini

£229,008 Community Fund
15 Mar 2006 Blantyre Miners Welfare Charitable Society

This Project Will Construct A New Extension And Internal Alterations To An Existing Community Based Facility In Blantyre To Provide A Large 'One-Stop-Shop' Multi-Purpose Centre. The New Facility Will Bring Local Community Services Under One Roof To Oper

£216,500 Community Fund
29 Apr 2001 Lanarkshire Health Board

An award of -ķ763,165 to Lanarkshire NHS Board is being used to provide an information and support service for people affected by cancer providing generic and locally adapted information for individual needs. The service is being delivered at an informati

£210,698 New Opportunities Fund
4 Jun 2003 New Lanark Conservation Trust

Education and Access Officer for New Lanark World Heritage Site

£205,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
17 Jan 2008 Blantyre Miners Welfare Charitable Society

Blantyre Miners' Welfare Charitable Society (BMWCS) will provide furnishings, equipment and staffing for Blantyre Community Resource Centre based in Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, with funding from BIG Lottery Fund's 'Growing Community Assets' area of inves

£205,000 Big Lottery Fund
17 Jul 2003 Douglas Valley Rural Activity Partnership (DVRAP)

To Continue And Develop A Programme Of Social, Educational And Recreational Activities To Build The Capacity Of The Targeted Rural Communities By Identifying And Addressing Local Needs And Providing Opportunities For Activity In Communities That Are Restr

£203,323 Community Fund
2 Nov 2015 South Lanarkshire Council

Newton Community Facility

£200,000 Sport Scotland
26 Feb 2008 South Lanarkshire Council

Lanark Memorial Hall

£199,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2002 People Experiencing Trauma and Loss

To extend and develop the support, advice, information and advocacy to people suffering trauma and loss and to establish support groups to help families, friends and children suffering from loss of a relative through murder or suicide. This three year gra

£198,902 Community Fund