Lottery grants awarded to West Dunbartonshire, Scotland

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Jul 1997 1/3 Vale of Leven Scout Group

This Scout group provides a range of activities for local young people including outdoor activities. This grant will be used to purchase tents and cooking equipment.

£3,000 Community Fund
18 Aug 2006 12th Clydebank Brownie Unit

This group provides a range of activities for young people. The grant is for residential weekend.

£1,665 Community Fund
18 Aug 2006 12th Clydebank Guide Company

This group provide growth and personal development opportunites for young women and girls through Guiding. The grant is for the money is for transport, accommodation, food, activity costs, laptop and printer.

£3,446 Community Fund
24 Feb 2004 1777 Dumbarton Squadron ATC

This group from Dumbarton provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. Grant will allow the group to develop the flight simulation, navigational and IT skills of members. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment.

£4,280 Community Fund
4 Oct 2001 1st / 2nd Dumbarton Boys' Brigade

This group provides personal and development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase a multi-media computer system, mats, vaulting box and a mini trampette.

£3,411 Community Fund
7 Feb 2006 1st / 2nd Dumbarton Boys' Brigade

This group provides young people with opportunities for growth and personal development. The grant is for trampoline, roller stands, mats and coaching costs.

£3,245 New Opportunities Fund
23 May 2011 1st Balloch Guide Unit

1st Balloch Guide Unit will take 30 guides on a week long camping trip to South Queensferry. Participants will engage in a range of outdoor activities and undertake outings. The grant will fund transport costs, camping equipment, subsistence, camp fees

£7,515 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2015 1st Dumbarton Scout Group

This scout group will use the funding to purchase two containers to store their camping and outdoor activity equipment.

£4,392 Big Lottery Fund
28 Apr 1998 1st Vale of Leven Boys Brigade

This group provides growth and personal development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to fund agility mats and a trampet.

£1,243 Community Fund
28 Nov 2000 1st Vale of Leven Boys Brigade

This group provides growth and development opportunities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase tents and stoves.

£1,340 Community Fund
18 Jul 2003 1st Vale of Leven Boys Brigade

This group from Vale of Leven provides growth and personal development for young people. Grant will allow the group to expand their current activities enabling the young people to build on their social skills and enhance their physical fitness.

£2,500 Community Fund
31 Mar 2008 1st Vale of Leven Boys Brigade

The group provide recreational activities for young people. The grant will be used to purchase waterproof jackets andover trousers, rucksacks, table tennis tables and a laptop.

£1,800 Big Lottery Fund
23 Feb 1999 2319 (Vale of Leven) Squadron Air Training Corps

This project will allow the organisation to purchase a replacement minibus to enable the cadets to travel safely to weekly meetings and to participate in a wider number of activities and events. This one year grant will contribute to the cost of purchasin

£20,300 Community Fund
3 Apr 2006 2nd Duntocher Boys Brigade

This group provides young people with opportunities for growth and personal development. The grant is for bugles, trampete, games equipment and transport costs.

£1,156 Community Fund
17 Aug 2015 2nd Vale of Leven Brownies

This group will use the funding to take their members on an outdoor adventure weekend.

£3,270 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jan 2017 2nd Vale of Leven Brownies

2nd Vale of Leven Brownies

£3,784 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2004 2nd Ward Senior Citizens Club

This group from Clydebank promotes social activities for senior citizens. Grant will enable the group to go on holiday and bring socially excluded people together for fun and relaxation. Grant will fund hotel, transport and comfort stops.

£2,820 New Opportunities Fund
22 Jan 2010 2nd Ward Senior Citizens Club

2nd Ward Senior Citizens Club will run a programme of outings and events for its members, focusing on sharing memories and stories from their youth and aiming to reduce isolation. The grant will fund a pantomime trip, Waverly outing, East Coast trip, equi

£4,404 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2014 2nd Ward Senior Citizens Club

The group will be able to update and expand their yearly activity programme of events.

£3,435 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jul 2011 44th Glasgow Scouts

The group will deliver a series of hill-walking sessions in the mountains of Scotland. The Great Climb will culminate in a three-night expedition involving the climbing of a Munro and camping in the wilderness. The grant will enable young people to receiv

£4,965 Big Lottery Fund
25 Sep 2013 44th Glasgow Scouts

This group will undertake a climbing project which will allow local young people who are members of the group to participate in regular physical activity.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2014 44th Glasgow Scouts

Project Summary :This group will consult with the wider community to determine the need for a local community venue to be available and what facilities would be needed.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Oct 2014 50+ Walking Group

50+ Walking Group

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
28 Nov 2000 50-60 Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase hand held microphones and fund Christmas dinner and entertainment costs.

£1,600 Community Fund
31 Jan 2008 50-60 Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will pay for transport costs, meal costs, entertainment costs, hall hire, and pantomime tickets.

£8,520 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2013 50-60 Club

The 50-60 Club will take their members on an overnight trip to Stirling.

£5,760 Big Lottery Fund
11 Jun 1996 5th Dumbarton Scout Group

The group offers a wide range of outdoor pursuits to young people. This grant, over three years, will pay for outdoor and camping equipment.

£5,131 Community Fund
5 Apr 2001 6th Clydebank Guides

This group provides young people with opportunities for personal growth and development. The grant will be used to fund an outing and instructor fees.

£1,739 Community Fund
6 Aug 2007 6th Clydebank Guides

The group provide social and recreational opportunities for girls in the Clydebank area. The grant will fund accomodation costs, bus hire, instructor costs, first aid equipment, refreshments, blankets and daysacks.

£4,135 Big Lottery Fund
22 Jan 2010 6th Clydebank Guides

This group will arrange several trips and outings to celebrate the centenary of the Girl Guides in 2010. This grant will pay for fees to attend Camp Imagine (Auchengillan), Centenary Camp (Leeds) and transport to Leeds.

£6,200 Big Lottery Fund
19 Jul 2016 6th Clydebank Guides

This group will use the funding for water sport activities and a camping trip.

£4,890 Big Lottery Fund
27 Aug 1997 6th Clydebank Scout Group

This scout group provides opportunities for recreation and informal educational activities for young people. This grant will be used to fund renewal of pipes and septic tank, repairs to outside walls, and renewal of toilets and basins in the Scout Hall.

£4,228 Community Fund
13 Apr 2014 8th Clydebank Boys Brigade

This group will use the funding for start up costs which will see it restart the 8th Clydebank Boys' Brigade. The group need funding for initial costs and volunteer training costs.

£1,165 Big Lottery Fund
13 Apr 2014 8th Clydebank Boys Brigade

This group will use the funding for start up costs which will see it restart the 8th Clydebank Boys? Brigade. The group need funding for initial costs and volunteer training costs.

£1,165 Big Lottery Fund
19 Dec 2016 Action Old Kilpatrick

A Walk Through the Past: Memories of Old Kilpatrick, 1940s to the present day

£7,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Oct 1997 Activate

This group provides opportunities for young men experiencing mental health problems to participate in social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to fund the costs of a weekend residential course.

£1,650 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Activate

This group provides opportunities for young men with mental health needs to participate in social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to fund a residential sailing weekend.

£1,875 Community Fund
4 Oct 2001 Activate

This group provides opportunities for young men with mental health needs to participate in social and recreational activities. The grant will be used to fund accommodation, transport, activity instructors and voluntary sessional supports.

£1,390 Community Fund
28 Jul 2006 Activate

This group promotes fitness and wellbeing towards men experiencing mental health problems. The grant is for event and travel costs.

£4,830 Community Fund
10 Oct 2005 Active Schools Team West Dunbartonshire

This Project Aims To Develop Four Primary School Playgrounds, In The Clydebank Area, To Create Safe, Stimulating Environments That Encourage And Facilitate Physical Activity And Social Interaction And Are Accessible To All Members Of The Local Community.

£50,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Mar 2013 ADHD Unplugged

This group will use the grant to deliver a physical activity programme for children and young people from West Dunbartonshire diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

£9,910 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2006 Age Concern Bonhill

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people living in Bonhill and surrounding areas. The grant is for transport and entry fees, digital camera and a bingo machine.

£2,619 Community Fund
30 Jun 2005 Age Concern Dumbarton

This new group promotes the welfare of senior citizens in the Dumbarton area. The grant is for tables, chairs, loop system, CD player and microphone.

£5,000 Community Fund
9 Aug 2005 Age Concern Dumbarton

An award has been made to the Age Concern Dumbarton branch to allow them to carry out a programme of activities in celebration of the 60th anniversary of WW2. Activities will include the production of an exhibition, the production of a 'memories' DVD whi

£7,600 New Opportunities Fund
26 Sep 2007 Age Concern Dumbarton

This group provides a support and information service to older people in the area. The grant will pay for three PC's, a laptop, a printer, a web cam, camera equipment, a desk, chairs and related excursions.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 Aug 2011 Age Concern Dumbarton

This group will organise a four-day respite trip for all 44 members and 6 carers. This grant will fund accommodation,travel, a day excursion and carer's allowance.

£9,330 Big Lottery Fund
10 May 2005 Age Concern Vale of Leven

This group provides opportunities for elderly people to meet regularly in social surroundings combating the loneliness experienced by many elderly people. Grant will allow the group to purchase a static caravan to provide affordable respite holidays for

£5,000 Community Fund
10 May 2005 Age Concern Vale of Leven

Age Concern (Vale of Leven) will use their grant to hold a V.E. Day street party to commemorate the 60th anniversary.

£1,450 New Opportunities Fund
16 Nov 2010 Age Concern Vale of Leven

This group will refurbish the group's own static caravan and hold a celebratory opening event for its members. The caravan is located at Port Seton in East Lothian. This grant will fund the removal of seating, moving a radiator, new carpets, extending dec

£6,516 Big Lottery Fund
8 Dec 2015 Age Concern Vale of Leven

This group will use the funding for a new ramp and cooker for their caravan which is based in East Lothian. The caravan provides elderly and disabled members with the opportunity to take a holiday through the year.

£2,261 Big Lottery Fund
16 Nov 2010 Aitkenbar Primary School

The school will provide extracurricular opportunities for all children from both Aitkenbar and St Peters Primary through the Bellsmyre Active Council. The grant will fund a dance and movement coach, a multi dance coach, a tennis coach, a basic movement sk

£2,500 Big Lottery Fund
17 May 2012 Aitkenbar Primary School

The school will install a variety of active play and seating equipment which will renovate the playground. This will provide more opportunities for active and imaginative outdoor play for pupils. The grant will fund a noughts and crosses play panel, picni

£9,886 Big Lottery Fund
22 Nov 2012 Aitkenbar Primary School

The school, based in Dumbarton, will establish new extra- curricular activities for pupils and parents.

£1,977 Big Lottery Fund
24 Sep 2014 Aitkenbar Primary School

The school will use the funding for coaching for after school clubs.

£1,998 Big Lottery Fund
4 Dec 1998 Alexandria and District Community Dog Training Service

This group promotes the protection of public health and the promotion of high standards of responsible dog ownership. The grant will be used to purchase a photocopier.

£3,310 Community Fund
30 Oct 1997 Alexandria and District Dog Training Centre

This group provides education and training in responsible dog ownership. The grant will be used to purchase a computer, printer, software and work station.

£2,182 Community Fund
30 Apr 2009 Alexandria Carers Support Group

This group will hold a launch event and put on a programme of activities for carers living in the Alexandria area. This grant will fund room hire, sessional workers, transport, lunches, entry fees and launch event costs.

£7,680 Big Lottery Fund
13 May 2009 Alexandria Gardening Club

This club aim to encourage new members by organising visits to parks, garden centres and flower shows. This will enable people who live in rural areas to increase their social circle and share their experiences. Members with mobility and sensory problems

£1,499 Big Lottery Fund
21 Dec 2007 Alexandria Racing Pigeon Club

The group aim to develop the capacity and skills of individuals to increase participation in the sport of pidgeon racing, and to increase the number of youth members. The grant will be used to purchase timing clocks, pidgeon baskets and a computer and pri

£8,319 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2008 Alexandria Scottish Country Dance Club

This group provide the opportunity to take part in Scottish country dancing. The grant will fund sessional worker fees and venue hire.

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
29 Aug 2008 Alternatives West Dunbartonshire CDS

This project will support adults with substance misuse problems helping them gain the confidence and skills to move on to more stable, independent and healthier lifestyles free from drugs. The project will benefit 192 individuals and 9 organisations in We

£291,275 Big Lottery Fund
30 Nov 2011 Alternatives West Dunbartonshire CDS

This Our Place project will allow people to address addictions and contribute to the community of Bellsmyre. The project will employ a new Families Addiction Support Worker to work with people who misuse substances or families who are significantly affect

£154,031 Big Lottery Fund
31 May 2012 Alternatives West Dunbartonshire CDS

This project will address the homelessness, addiction, offending and employability issues of adults in West Dunbartonshire with the expansion of its existing community services. The project will also set up a residential recovery unit. The project will pr

£816,559 Big Lottery Fund
21 Mar 2016 Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Trust

Great Crested Newt Detectives

£69,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
6 Jun 2013 Andrew B Cameron Early Education & Childcare Centre

The centre will develop their outdoor play area into a useable and imaginative Adventure Playspace, they will also provide a sheltered cover allowing the area to be used all year round.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jun 2002 Ann Kelly

Towards the cost of a 4 day course in traditional dancing with tutor Anita MacKenzie

£170 Scottish Arts Council
28 Apr 2016 AOK

This group will use the funding to carry out enhancements to public spaces around the village and to get more people involved in their activities.

£5,018 Big Lottery Fund
6 Sep 2007 Archdiocese of Glasgow

Saint Margaret's Church, Clydebank

£82,500 Heritage Lottery Fund
30 Oct 2009 Ardencaple Boys Club

This club provides opportunities for boys and girls, aged 5-17, to play football in a safe environment. The project is based in Alexandria, Argyll and Bute, and focuses on football. The grant be used to pay for astro-turf hire, strips, equipment and first

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund
31 Oct 2012 Ardencaple Football Club

The group will purchase training equipment to develop a new sports club that will engage more young people in the sport of football.

£1,000 Big Lottery Fund
3 Sep 2009 Armed Forces Veterans Associations

This group seeks to set up an organisation dedicated to raising community awareness and providing direct advocacy of behalf of ex-service personnel in West Dunbartonshire. The grant will fund printed stationary, general stationery, a laptop, a colour copi

£3,752 Big Lottery Fund
23 Oct 1995 Arthritis Care Alexandria Branch

Better Quality Of Life For The Elderly And Disabled

£3,900 Community Fund
8 May 1997 Arthritis Care Alexandria Branch

This group provides support and resources to members with arthritis to encourage their independence. The grant will be used to purchase computer equipment and fund computer training courses.

£2,800 Community Fund
28 Mar 2000 Arthritis Care Alexandria Branch

This group provides advice and assistance to people with arthritis. The grant will be used to fund a respite break.

£5,000 Community Fund
12 Dec 1996 Arthritis Care Clydebank And District

To purchase a second hand ambulance to transport disabled people from their homes to hospital appointments and meetings. This one year grant will pay for a second hand vehicle and associated running costs.

£18,200 Community Fund
1 Oct 2012 Auchnacraig Early Education and Childcare Centre

This group will use the grant to develop an outdoor area for the benefit of the young children who use the nursery on a daily basis. This grant will fund an octagonal outdoor pavilion, a treehouse, a long boat and a multiple playset.

£9,946 Big Lottery Fund
17 Sep 1998 Balloch and District Veterans' Bowling Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase folding tables.

£1,200 Community Fund
11 Jul 2000 Balloch and District Veterans' Bowling Club

This group provides opportunities for older people to play the sport of bowls. The grant will be used to purchase bowling equipment.

£1,500 Sport Scotland
9 Aug 2013 Balloch and District Veterans' Bowling Club

The club will deliver an over 60s bowling open day which will encourage people in the area to play bowls.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
9 Sep 2013 Balloch and District Veterans' Bowling Club

The club will deliver an over 60s bowling open day which will encourage people in the area to play bowls.

£2,000 Big Lottery Fund
27 Apr 2004 Balloch and Haldane Community Council

This group based in Balloch represent the views of the community to local authorities and public bodies, and initiate projects at a local level. Grant will be used to install outdoor exercise equipment on a green corridor site to improve health and fitne

£4,949 New Opportunities Fund
14 Sep 1999 Balloch Bibs To School Toddler Group

This group provides a safe playing environment for pre-school children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment and safety matting and to fund a trip and hire of bouncy castle.

£1,884 Community Fund
20 Oct 1999 Balloch Kindergarten/Afterschool Care

The grant will be used to set up a before, after school and holiday club for 20 children aged 5-14 years old. The project will be situated in an area that offers no existing childcare provision for working parents. Schools served will be Jamestown Prima

£6,940 New Opportunities Fund
10 Dec 1997 Balloch Pre-School Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to fund training, an annual trip, craft and safety materials.

£1,550 Community Fund
5 Aug 2005 Balloch Pre-School Playgroup

The group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant is for toys/equipment, sessional workers and venue fees

£2,894 New Opportunities Fund
15 Jan 2014 Bankie Talk

The funding will be used to replace the group's heating and lighting systems at their premises at Clydebank Business Centre.

£4,413 Big Lottery Fund
15 Jan 2014 Bankie Talk

The funding will be used to replace the group?s heating and lighting systems at their premises at Clydebank Business Centre.

£4,413 Big Lottery Fund
4 Oct 2001 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This group provides information on tape for blind and partially sighted people. The grant will be used to purchase a computer and furniture.

£3,900 Community Fund
5 Aug 2005 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This group provides information on tape for blind and visually impaired people. The grant is for digital recorder, battery pack, memory card and carry case, microboards print factory, print cartridges, CD duplicators, CD wallets and sleeves, inkjet printa

£4,983 Community Fund
27 Oct 2006 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper Will Produce And Distribute A Talking Magazine For Young People With A Visual Impairment. There Are Estimated To Be 465 Young People Aged 11-18 In Scotland Who Have Some Form Of Visual Impairment. This Proejct Based In Clyd

£47,197 Big Lottery Fund
31 Dec 2007 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This group provides information on tape for blind and visually impaired people. The grant will pay for a computer, a monitor, peripherals, software, a braille printer and training costs.

£9,253 Big Lottery Fund
5 Jun 2009 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This project will help make and maintain connections between sighted and visually impaired young people in West Dunbartonshire through the production of an audio youth magazine. The magazine will be available to download and on compact disc. The magazine

£142,212 Big Lottery Fund
26 Feb 2010 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This group will improve their youth audio magazine and create volunteer opportunities for puils at local secondary schools. This grant will pay for website development, laptops, microboard towers, transport and subsistence costs.

£7,065 Big Lottery Fund
14 Feb 2012 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This group provides a weekly newspaper and information service to approximately 100 blind and visually impaired people. The group will use the grant to purchase IT equipment which will enable the transfer its library of audio books to digital formats.

£4,189 Big Lottery Fund
1 Nov 2012 Bankie Talk Talking Newspaper

This group will purchase a range of equipment designed to make it easier for its volunteers to produce articles for people with visual impairments. The grant will fund a tripod stand, a camera, a litescribe eco smart pen, helskinki chairs, tools and mater

£1,843 Big Lottery Fund
16 Jun 1995 Banquet of Musick

Towards the cost of a portable chamber organ

£5,500 Scottish Arts Council
4 Oct 2012 Beginnings

This group will run a project where members can trace their ancestry and family history. The grant will fund two laptops with printers, a laminator, stationery, a storage cupboard, books, maps, three trips to the record offices, rent, subscriptions for se

£6,325 Big Lottery Fund
6 Feb 2008 Bellsmyre Community Advice Centre Management Group

This project allow the group to continue to employ a dedicated neighbourhood based youth worker to develop and run a programme of advice and support for the needs of young people in Bellsmyre. Workshops will be run on issues which affect young people suc

£27,427 Big Lottery Fund
22 Mar 2013 Bellsmyre Community Garden

The project will transform a derelict space at Whiteford Avenue which is at the heart of the community into a communal gardening area where local people can grow their own fruit, vegetables and herbs. Once the garden is established an extensive programme

£249,267 Big Lottery Fund
31 Mar 2011 Bellsmyre Development Trust

This grant will be used to develop the Bellsmyre Community Development Trust. The project will work towards the initiation and growth of a successful entrepreneurial development trust capable of representing the diverse needs of the community of Bellsmyre

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund