Lottery grants awarded to Clydebank

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Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
30 Jun 2005 Dalmuir Plots Association

This group provide a facility for people to plant and grow fruit and vegetables in an urban area. The grant is for laptop, video camera, digital camera, printer, filing cabinet, office accessories, headed paper, business cards, compliment slips and two tr

£4,387 New Opportunities Fund
10 Jun 2005 Clydebank Special Needs Forum

This group promotes the care, welfare and relief of all children with special learning needs. The grant is for start-up costs, equipment, premises hire.

£5,000 Community Fund
18 May 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

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

£525 New Opportunities Fund
10 May 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from West Dunbartonshire 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
15 Apr 2005 Richard Craig

towards the cost of taking part in the 2005 Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition in Holland

£476 Scottish Arts Council
23 Feb 2005 St Josephs Senior Citizens Club

This group from Clydebank provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will allow the group to upgrade the kitchen facilities making the surroundings more comfortable for the elderly members and visitors. The grant will be used

£2,094 Community Fund
23 Feb 2005 Victim Support West Dunbartonshire

This group provide support and information to crime victims in West Dunbartonshire. Grant will allow the group to purchase new computer equipment enabling them to maintain and improve the service they offer to crime victims in the local community and dea

£2,000 Community Fund
23 Feb 2005 Clydebank Rovers Football Club

This New Group From Clydebank Provide Opportunities For People To Play Football. Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Clothing And Equipment That Will Enable The Group To Become Established And Achieve Operational Viability. Grant Will Be Used To Purc

£833 Sport Scotland
28 Jan 2005 West Dunbartonshire Council

The grant will be used to buy equipment for an existing 19 place after school club and an existing 12 place holiday club for primary aged children. Both clubs currently provide childcare for children with additional support needs. This grant will also fu

£17,400 New Opportunities Fund
28 Jan 2005 Sunflower Private Nursery Limited

This project will create a new soft surface outdoor area for children. The nursery is based in West Dunbartonshire and serves families from disadvantaged areas.

£4,000 New Opportunities Fund
26 Jan 2005 West Dunbartonshire Council - Arts & Education Links Program

Using professional actors, a school day will be transformed into a World War II experience. Training camps, rather than lessons, will link areas of the curriculum to the World War II experience, using exercises, which engage the children in a purposeful w

£5,741 New Opportunities Fund
11 Jan 2005 Heroes Return Award to an individual

A Second World War Veteran from Galsgow has been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to France in June of last year. Funding has also been provided for a carer to travel with the Veteran

£525 New Opportunities Fund
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
28 Nov 2003 West Dunbartonshire Council

Stitch It

£9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund
26 Nov 2003 West Dunbartonshire Council

Pitch Surface Conversion Programme.

£200,000 Sport Scotland
26 Sep 2003 West Dunbartonshire Community Law Service

This project is to provide a legal information provision service to individuals and voluntary organisations. The two year project is to fund the salary and recruitment costs of a new, full time Administration and Information Officer, and the associated co

£38,034 Community Fund
16 Sep 2003 Over 50s and 60s Club

This group from Clydebank provides social and recreational activities for older people. Grant will enable the group to organise a holiday allowing them to provide an entertaining and interesting programme of activities for members. The grant will fund a

£4,875 Community Fund
25 Aug 2003 Skypoint Youth Angling Club

This New Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Young People To Participate In The Sport Of Fishing. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase Essential Fishing Equipment And Fund 30 Outings Over The Course Of The Year. 15 Rock And Reel Spinn

£4,100 Sport Scotland
8 Aug 2003 Radnor Park Out of School Care

The grant will be used to create 24 after school, 24 before school and 24 holiday places for children aged between 4 - 14 years old in the Clydebank area.

£72,632 New Opportunities Fund
18 Jul 2003 Mental Health - Who Cares

This new group from Clydebank provides support and information to carers of people with mental health issues. Grant will enable the group to pilot a self-help support service for people living with mental health issues and reduce their social isolation.

£3,421 Community Fund
18 Jul 2003 Glenhead Girls Group

This group from Clydebank provides social, recreational and educational activities for young girls. Grant will enable the group to take members on a residential activities weekend, removing them from their peer led environment and building confidence and

£1,891 Community Fund
18 Jul 2003 West Dunbartonshire Heritage Limited

This Group Promotes Public Interest In The History Of West Dunbartonshire. Grant Will Be Used To Create Heritage Trail Leaflets, Which Will Encourage Local Residents And Visitors To Explore The Rich Industrial And Built Heritage Of West Dunbartonshire.

£3,250 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Jun 2003 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards a collaborative practice between three top arts organisations to benefit very young children in W.Dunbartonshire

£3,750 Scottish Arts Council
3 Jun 2003 Clydebank Pipe Band

This New Group Provide Opportunities For People To Play And Perform The Pipes And Drums. The Grant Will Allow The Group To Purchase Their Own Instruments, Enabling Them To Become Established And Encourage People To Participate And Develop Their Musical S

£3,976 Scottish Arts Council
6 May 2003 Dalmuir Playtots

This group based in Clydebank provides pre-school play opportunities for children. The award will be used towards an educational trip to the Edinburgh Zoo and to provide entertainment for the tots graduation.

£541 New Opportunities Fund
6 May 2003 Glasgow Alba Judo Club

This Group Provides Facilities And Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Sport Of Judo. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Provide Better Training For Existing Members And To Extend Into New Classes For Women Only And Special Needs Groups. 160

£5,000 Sport Scotland
4 Feb 2003 Whitecrook Community Group

This new group from Whitecrook aims to promote the welfare of the local community by providing facilities for recreation, education and regeneration. Grant will allow this new group to set up an office base, become more organised, publicise the work it d

£4,940 Community Fund
4 Feb 2003 New Fort Trust Committee

This Group Seek To Promote And Excavate The Site Of The Roman Fort In Old Kilpatrick. Grant Will Allow The Group To Organise A Series Of Educational Presentations To Raise Awareness Of The Roman Fort Site And Highlight The Results Of A Recent Geophysical

£4,100 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Feb 2003 Glenhead Playgroup

This group from Clydebank provides pre school education and play opportunities for children. Grant will allow the group to enhance their equipment resource and organise events enabling them to provide a safer and more stimulating play environment. The g

£3,600 New Opportunities Fund
4 Feb 2003 Clydebank Alba Judo Club

This New Group Provide Training And Facilities For Members To Take Instruction, Train And Sit Grades In The Sport Of Judo. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase Mats And Trolleys Which Are Essential For The Running Of The Group. 100 Judo Mats, 2 M

£4,995 Sport Scotland
27 Jan 2003 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards the cost of developing a gallery facility within Dalmuir Library, Clydebank

£17,000 Scottish Arts Council
5 Nov 2002 St Andrews Ambulance Clydebank

This group from Clydebank provides first aid facilities for local people. The grant will be used to purchase a lap top, projector and screen.

£3,826 New Opportunities Fund
28 Oct 2002 Orchard View (Scotland) Ltd

The grant will be used to create 18 after-school, 18 before-school and 18 holiday places for children aged 3 - 8 years old in Duntocher. The project will expand one existing scheme and 3 local schools will be served.

£27,000 New Opportunities Fund
4 Oct 2002 Scottish Cinema Organ Trust

SCOT Clydebank Organ Purchase

£20,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
20 Sep 2002 West Dunbartonshire Council for Voluntary Services

This project will enable the organisation to develop intensive mentoring and support services to small and medium sized voluntary groups in order to allow them to realise their own development potential.

£129,836 Community Fund
7 Aug 2002 Clydebank Camera Club

This Group Promotes And Stimulates Interest In The Theory And Practice Of Photography. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Pc System With Printer, Scanner And Digital Camera, Software, Miscellaneous Consumables And An Anti Theft Security Device.

£2,397 Scottish Arts Council
7 Aug 2002 Clydebank Local History Society

This Group Provide Talks And Information On Local Scottish History And Encourage The Preservation Of Features Of Historic Interest. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase A Pa System And Wireless Microphone System.

£500 Heritage Lottery Fund
7 Aug 2002 West Dunbartonshire Council

St. Columbas High School Fitness Suite

£177,326 Sport Scotland
29 Jul 2002 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards a festival of music for schools supported by national and international music organisations

£29,999 Scottish Arts Council
25 Jun 2002 Sunflower Two Limited

The grant will be used to create 40 before wraparound,40 after wraparound and 40 holiday places for children aged 3 - 5 years old in Dunbartonshire.

£110,300 New Opportunities Fund
15 May 2002 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards the cost of Eona Craig attending the National Arts Fundraising School in Cumbria

£1,125 Scottish Arts Council
4 Apr 2002 Young At Heart Physically Disabled

This group from Clydebank provides social and recreational opportunities for older people with physical disabilities. The grant will be used to fund a six-day trip to Blackpool for 21 people.

£5,000 Community Fund
25 Mar 2002 Clydebank Citizens Advice Bureau

The Project Will Establish A Comprehensive And Specialised Training And Support Package For The Team Of Volunteer Advisors Who Provide A Full Range Of Advice Services To The People Of Clydebank And On The Glasgow Boundaries. It Will Also Develop An Outre

£50,522 Community Fund
7 Feb 2002 The Get Up and Go Youth Club

This group provides educational, social and recreational activities for young people with learning difficulties. The grant will be used to purchase toys, musical instruments and art materials and fund educational workshops, 2 residential trips and 4 outi

£3,631 New Opportunities Fund
7 Feb 2002 Duntocher Boys Club

This Group Provides Football Facilities And Coaching To Local Children Of All Skill Levels. The Grant Will Be Used To Purchase Portable Goals And Equipment, And To Fund Coaching And First Aid Courses.

£2,100 Sport Scotland
6 Dec 2001 NASS West Glasgow

This group provides support to local people suffering from Ankylosing Spondylitis. The grant will be used to purchase a stereo, and exercise equipment including, balls, mats, badminton rackets, floats, straps, basketball rings, bats and handweights.

£800 New Opportunities Fund
26 Nov 2001 Faifley Community Partnership

The grant will fund out of school hours activities during the Easter, Summer and October week holidays for children from two primary schools in Faifley: Edinbarnet Primary School and St Joseph's Primary School. The activities will be aimed at developing

£15,054 New Opportunities Fund
26 Nov 2001 Faifley Community Partnership

The grant will fund out of school hours activities during the Easter, Summer and October week holidays for children from two primary schools in Faifley: Edinbarnet Primary School and St Joseph's Primary School. The activities will be aimed at developing

£28,647 New Opportunities Fund
23 Nov 2001 Clydebank Asbestos Group

This project will further develop a full-time support service for people with asbestos-related conditions and their families in West Dunbartonshire. This service aims to empower people with asbestos-related conditions through the provision of advice, sup

£188,117 Community Fund
4 Oct 2001 St Josephs Senior Citizens Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to fund a respite break.

£3,600 Community 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
9 Aug 2001 Saturday Gang

This group provides social and recreational activities for adults with moderate to severe learning disabilities. The grant will be used to fund a leisure and recreation break.

£4,500 Community Fund
20 Jul 2001 Stepping Stones

This project will provide an individual support project to people in the West Dunbartonshire area who experience mental health problems in order to enable them to increase their self-confidence and self-esteem and take the first steps back into education

£305,813 Community Fund
8 May 2001 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards the cost of "Creative Partnership" - a district-wide integrated arts programme focusing on arts in the new community

£108,000 Scottish Arts Council
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
27 Feb 2001 The Gowdie Club

The grant will be used to create 15 before school, 40 after school and 40 holiday places for children aged 4-12 years old in Clydebank.

£33,760 New Opportunities Fund
22 Feb 2001 The Day Oot Theatre Company

This Group Provides Opportunities For People To Practice And Perform In Dramatic Productions. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Professional Fees, Venue Hire, Transport, Costumes, Set, Administration Costs And Publicity.

£4,030 Scottish Arts Council
22 Feb 2001 Clydebank Blitz 60th Anniversary Memorial Group

This Group Promotes And Encourages Participation In Events To Commemorate The Clydebank Blitz. The Grant Will Be Used To Fund Production Costs And Commission Of Poem.

£4,000 Scottish Arts Council
29 Nov 2000 West Dunbartonshire Council - Dalmuir Municipal Golf Course

"Dalmuir Municipal Golf Course, Clydebank"

£100,000 Sport Scotland
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
28 Nov 2000 Parkhall Disabled Group

This group provides educational, social and recreational activities for disabled people. The grant will be used to purchase chairs, tables, window blinds, cassette player and tapes and fund aromatherapy sessions.

£1,405 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
26 Sep 2000 Home Safety Action Group

This group promotes safety in the home for parents and children in West Dunbartonshire. The grant will be used to purchase safety equipment and fund volunteer expenses.

£4,930 Community Fund
26 Sep 2000 Young At Heart Physically Disabled

This group provides social and recreational activities for physically disabled people. The grant will be used to fund a Christmas dinner and outing costs.

£760 Community Fund
26 Sep 2000 Faifley Monday Club

This group provides social and recreational activities for older people. The grant will be used to purchase games and kitchen equipment and fund trip costs.

£1,853 Community Fund
26 Sep 2000 Dalmuir Park Bowling Club

This group provides opportunities for local people to play the sport of outdoor bowls. The grant will be used to purchase trolleys, discs and green liners.

£642 Sport Scotland
26 Sep 2000 Faifley Youth Project

This group provides social and educational activities for young people during school holidays. The grant will be used to fund outings, transport, accommodation and training costs.

£1,560 Community Fund
11 Jul 2000 West Dunbartonshire Elderly Alliance

This group promotes the rights and interests of older people. The grant will be used to purchase a PA system and fund advertising costs and coach hire.

£1,470 Community Fund
11 Jul 2000 The National Autistic Society

This group provides a support network for the parents of autistic spectrum disorder children. The grant will be used to purchase play equipment.

£4,261 Community Fund
11 Jul 2000 Mackintosh's Angling Club

This group provides opportunities for local people to participate in the sport of angling. The grant will be used to purchase angling equipment.

£504 Sport Scotland
11 Jul 2000 Blairdardie Netball Club

This group promotes the sport of netball and provides opportunities for people to play at a basic and competitive level. The grant will be used to purchase netball equipment and fund training fees.

£2,341 Sport Scotland
28 Mar 2000 West Dunbartonshire Council

Towards the cost of investigating gaps in current arts provision within education services and the community

£20,000 Scottish Arts Council
15 Sep 1999 Clydebank Group Holidays

This project will provide caravan facilities at Sundrum Castle Holiday Park which will enable people on a low income within the Clydebank area of West Dunbartonshire to benefit from a respite holiday. The one year grant will fund the purchase of two carav

£34,800 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Clydebank Asbestos Group

This project will provide a full-time support service for sufferers of asbestos-related diseases in West Dunbartonshire. The service will offer counselling, advocacy, advice and information to sufferers and their carers and will maximise their income thr

£88,013 Community Fund
15 Sep 1999 Clydebank Unemployed Community Resource Centre

This Project Will Provide A Three Year Rolling Programme Of Vocational And Non-Vocational Courses To Those On Low Incomes In The Clydebank Area Of West Dunbartonshire. Job Search Skills, Assertiveness Training And Courses In Cv Preparation Will Also Be P

£65,160 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 Open Door Social Club for the Disabled

This group provides social and recreational activities for disabled people. The grant will be used to purchase a music centre, games and craft materials and to fund seasonal events and outings.

£1,500 Community Fund
12 Jul 1999 Dalmuir Out Of School Care Group

The grant will be used to provide 31 additional after school places, 31 before school places and 31 holiday places for children aged 5 -12. The schools served will be Clydemuir Primary, Our Lady of Loretto Primary and St Stephens Primary.

£27,980 New Opportunities Fund
25 Jun 1999 Playaway Productions

This group provides opportunities for local people to develop their drama skills. The grant will be used to commission new work, to fund professional fees and equipment hire and to purchase set and prop materials.

£1,750 Scottish Arts Council