Lottery grants awarded to Clydebank in 2004

23 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
10 Dec 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£300 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2004 Clydebank Cheerleader Group

This New Group From Clydebank Provides Opportunities For Young People To Participate In Artistic Dance And Fitness Activities. Grant Will Allow The Group To Host A 5-Day Cheerleading Event Available To Group Members And The Wider Community Promoting Chee

£4,200 Scottish Arts Council
25 Oct 2004 Hub Fabric Skills Group

This Group Provides Opportunities For Members To Participate In All Aspect Of Fabric Skills. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Provide A Tutor Who Will Deliver A Soft Furnishings/Dressmaking Skills Course With Materials Which Will Enhance The Skills Of

£1,000 Scottish Arts Council
25 Oct 2004 West Dunbartonshire Minority Ethnic Association

This group promote equality and integration for people of ethnic minorities, and organise social events to bring together the dispersed ethnic communities of West Dunbartonshire. The grant will be used to organise a multi cultural event to showcase the d

£3,640 Community Fund
18 Oct 2004 Clydebank Local History Society

This Group Provide Talks And Information On Local History Andencourage The Preservation Of Features Of Historic Interest. The Grant Will Improve The Quality Of The Group'S Educational Lectures And Will Allow A Large Collection Of Historical Photographs T

£1,530 Heritage Lottery Fund
14 Oct 2004 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Widow from Clydebank 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 Widow.

£525 New Opportunities Fund
10 Sep 2004 Clydebank Asbestos Group

This development project will continue to offer counselling, advocacy, advice and information to sufferers from asbestos related disease. The service will be expanded into East Dumbartonshire in this final project year. The grant will fund salaries of tw

£63,027 Community Fund
27 Aug 2004 Childcare Direct Ltd

The project will create a new outdoor play surface area, and will provide support for outdoor play. It is based in Dalmuir in the West Dunbartonshire area.

£15,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Aug 2004 Clydebank Patchwork Group

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Develop Their Patchwork And Quilting Skills.Grant Will Allow The Group To Organise Patchwork And Quilting Sessions Led By A Professional Tutor, Providing Members With The Opportunity To Learn New Techniques A

£3,700 Scottish Arts Council
15 Aug 2004 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards a creative theatre project exploring drama skills to inform English language learning for young people

£10,000 Scottish Arts Council
23 Jul 2004 Goldenhill Day Care Centre Ltd

This project will develop a safe, stimulating and fun outdoor play area. Equipment will be chosen to stretch and challenge the children. The project will encourage children to participate in a range of activities that they will not otherwise be able to ac

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
28 May 2004 Open Door Social Club for the Disabled

This group aims to reduce poverty, disadvantage and social isolation by providing social and recreational facilities for local people with disabilities. Grant will allow members to spend time with one another in a relaxed setting without feeling excluded

£4,923 Community Fund
28 May 2004 Drumchapel and Clydebank Kayak Club

This Group Promotes All Aspects Of The Sport Of Kayaking By Teaching Beginners And Providing Kayaking And Canoeing Activities. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase Pool Kayaks And Equipment And To Site A Container For Safe Storage. 20 Foot Storage

£4,054 Sport Scotland
4 May 2004 Stepping Stones

This project aims to support people in the community, who are disadvantaged through poor mental health, and are socially isolated with limited or no community support with limited opportunities, by providing additional crisis advocacy service ensuring sup

£196,154 Community Fund
27 Apr 2004 The Mountblow Community Project

This group from Mountblow promotes the interests of the inhabitants of the surrounding area by providing information on local events and working with representatives of voluntary agencies. The grant will enable the group to produce and distribute a commu

£4,270 Community Fund
15 Apr 2004 Richard Craig

Towards the cost of participating in the 2004 Darmstadt International Music Course

£455 Scottish Arts Council
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
12 Mar 2004 West Dunbartonshire Council

Where I Am (West Dunbarton Cncl)

£4,945 UK Film Council
27 Feb 2004 Diamond Childcare Services Ltd

This project will provide childcare in the home environment for 10 children with additional support needs in West Dumbarton. This service will offer parents/carers the opportunity to participate in training and/or employment. The money will be used to pay

£36,000 New Opportunities Fund
27 Feb 2004 Orchard View (Scotland) Ltd

The project will create a new play area for children at Villa Kindergarten. The grant will be used for costs of landscaping, fencing and a climbing frame.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
24 Feb 2004 Clydebank Restoration

This New Group Promote An Interest In The Architectural And Social History Of Clydebank. Grant Will Be Used To Fund Start Up Costs Enabling The Group To Establish And Promote Its Service Within The Local Community. Grant Will Be Used To Fund A Digital

£4,650 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2004 Clydebank Citizens Advice Bureau

This project aims to improve the quality of the confidential, independent and impartial advice, information and representation services provided by the Bureau, extend the range of services offered and increase the number of clients accessing these servic

£104,358 Community Fund
9 Jan 2004 Kilpatrick Play After Learning Scheme (PALS)

This grant will be used to recruit additional playworkers to increase the quality of care for children at Kilpatrick Special Education School.

£34,650 New Opportunities Fund