Lottery grants awarded to West Calder

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56 matching grants found.

Date Recipient Amount Distributing Body
24 Apr 2017 West Calder & Harburn Community Development Trust

People & Place: mapping the heritage of the West Calder area

£10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2016 West Calder High School

West Calder High School

£2,957 Big Lottery Fund
23 Sep 2016 West Calder High School

This school wants to offer a range of extra-curricular sports programmes to its S1-S6 students to encourage an active lifestyle and to improve the students? overall health. The funding will cover coach fees and exercise equipment.

£2,957 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2016 Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

£7,525 Big Lottery Fund
14 Jul 2016 Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

This group operate the Pitstop Community Facility to provide services to the people of Addiewell, Loganlea and the surrounding areas of West Lothian. The Pitstop is a community space allowing the Society to meet the social economic and recreational needs of the community. They will use the funding to create a suite of micro social enterprises which will help tackle the very high rates of benefit dependency in the area and provide an income for the Pitstop.

£7,525 Big Lottery Fund
2 Dec 2015 Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

£1,039 Big Lottery Fund
23 Jan 2014 West Calder High school

David Livingstone and James Young and their connection to our school

£4,000 Heritage Lottery Fund
4 Apr 2013 Addiewell Community Centre Association

The association will purchase a range of sports and exercise equipment, for the benefit of people living in the town of Addiewell. The project will enable the group to organise different activities for the residents which will lead to more involvement in

£9,000 Big Lottery Fund
16 May 2012 Brighter Days Support Group

This group will establish a weekly kids club for sufferers of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). The grant will fund a sessional youth worker, a laptop with software, a printer, toys, games, arts & crafts materials, a games console, a televi

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 May 2011 West Calder Community Education Association

The association will re-surface their multipurpose play facility. The newly surfaced pitch will be used for tennis, football, netball, hockey and other games. The grant will be used to purchase and install 'match winner sand surfacing'.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
23 Apr 2009 Falkirk Bridge Club

This club will improve their facilities by using the grant to buy playing cards, duplicate boards and fifteen bridge table covers.

£810 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2009 St Thomas and Addiewell Combined Schools

This group will promote environmental awareness by developing and maintaining a woodland walk and sensory garden area within the shared school campus. The grant will be used to purchase trees, shrubs, rabbit guards, plants, temporary fencing five benches

£9,600 Big Lottery Fund
27 Mar 2009 West Lothian Council - Community Learning & Development Serv

West Lothian Council - Community Learning & Development Service will purchase archery equipment which will be used to provide archery taster sessions for young people, increasing participation in structured youth activities. The grant will fund the purcha

£2,308 Big Lottery Fund
21 Jul 2008 Willow Wood (West Lothian) Community Company Limited

The community company's idea is to commission a feasibility study. The group's ultimate aim is to exercise the community right to buy, for which they received registration in June 2007 and to take land, the site of 41 bungalow style park homes, into commu

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
7 Jul 2008 St. Mary's R C Primary School

This school provides educational activities for children. The grant will be used to pay for stage lighting, a radio mic system, puppet making materials, and gardening materials.

£5,904 Big Lottery Fund
6 Aug 2007 West Calder Homing Society

This group aim to promote racing and showing of homing pigeons. The grant will fund 10 electronic timing systems, computer with printer and 12 metal pigeon crates.

£8,400 Big Lottery Fund
12 Jul 2007 West Calder High School

This group provides recreational and educational activities for secondary aged children. The grant is for landscaping, equipment hire, storage shed, greenhouse equipment, plants, building materials, furniture, fountain and containers.

£10,000 Big Lottery Fund
8 May 2007 Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

The Pitstop currently provides a range of facilities through its Multi Purpose Room, Fitness Suite, Children's Soft Play Area and IT Suite. This project will deliver family sessions, develop an organic garden and introduce a GP Patient Exercise Referral P

£249,214 Big Lottery Fund
26 May 2006 Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

This group provides recreational and social opportunities for members. The grant is for transport costs, outings, dances, publicity and promotion materials and a hearing loop.

£2,440 Community Fund
26 May 2006 West Calder Playgroup

This group provide childcare for pre-nursery children three times a week. The grant is for upgrade the playroom, computer, printer, software, digital camera, musical instrument, toys, arts and craft materials and summer trip.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
9 Dec 2005 Stoneyburn Sports and Recreation Association

This group provides the opportunity for members to participate in the sport of football. The grant is for benches, mats, medicine balls, markers, goal nets, water bottles, medicine bag and fillers, physio table, ultrasound machine, coaching costs, trainin

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
23 Feb 2005 Stewart Court Registered Tenants Organisation

This group from West Calder promotes the views of residents and provides social and recreational activities for members. The grant will allow the residents to have access to a garden area in the summer months and offer the chance for them to grow their o

£3,000 New Opportunities Fund
6 Dec 2004 Link Parent Support Group

This group provides information and support for parents and carers of disabled children. The grant would allow the group to undertake training courses to improve understanding of the issues involved. They would also hold family events and outings where pa

£1,961 Community Fund
29 Sep 2004 Addiewell Action Group

This group have already successfully completed a project to build a memorial cairn. To celebrate the 60th anniversary, they will hold a memorial party at the cairn, involving the miners' welfare group and schoolchildren with a WW2 presentation. The even

£1,000 New Opportunities Fund
20 Aug 2004 Add-Pins

This new group from West Lothian provides information and support for parents with children who have been diagnosed with ADD/HD. The grant will allow parents to take training in strategies to cope with their children's educational needs and behavioural d

£2,000 New Opportunities Fund
28 May 2004 Stewart Court Registered Tenants Organisation

This group from West Calder promotes the views of residents and provides social and recreational activities for members. Grant will allow the group to acquire equipment enabling them to develop the IT skills of members and produce advice and information

£1,200 New Opportunities Fund
19 Apr 2004 Bathgate & District Flower Club

This group from Bathgate provide educational and cultural opportunities for people to participate in the art of flower arranging. Grant will allow group to organise a trip to a top horticultural show. Grant will fund travel and accommodation.

£5,000 New Opportunities Fund
31 Mar 2004 Harburn Village Hall

This group from Harburn provides a public hall facility for the benefit of the local community. Grant will allow the group to equip their kitchen area enabling them to provide a range of different events and activities. The grant will be used to purchas

£4,284 Community Fund
26 Jan 2004 Harburn Players

This Group Provides Opportunities For Members To Participate In The Production Of Plays And Pantomimes Involving Local Residents In The Dramatic Arts. The Grant Will Enable The Group To Purchase Portable Staging And Lighting To Be Used For Rehearsals And

£5,000 Scottish Arts Council
2 Dec 2003 Livingston Camera Club

This Group Promotes The Art Of Photography. Grant Will Allow Them To Develop Their Members' Skills In The Latest Digital Techniques, And Increase Community Involvement By Putting On Audio-Visual Shows. The Grant Will Fund The Purchase Of A Digital Proje

£3,598 Scottish Arts Council
4 Feb 2003 Acoustic Music Club

This Group Provide Opportunities For People To Learn And Perform Live Acoustic Music. The Grant Will Allow This New Group To Organise And Promote A Range Of Concerts And Workshops, Developing The Musical Skills Of Members And Encouraging More People To E

£700 Scottish Arts Council
22 Nov 2002 Loganlea Miners' Welfare Charitable Society

This Project Will Create And Run A One-Stop-Shop For The Area To Provide One Location For People To Access Advice, Information And Services On A Voluntary Basis. It Is A Response To An Initiative Launched In 2000 By The Coal Industry Social Welfare Organi

£205,888 Community Fund
7 Aug 2002 West Calder Community Education Association

Calder Health Initiative Project (CHIP)

£49,710 Sport Scotland
15 Dec 2001 Community Business Scotland Network Ltd

This project will provide a bridge to the social economy for voluntary sector organisations through the provision of support, information and advice. The aim is to help voluntary organisation become more sustainable and effective in their work within disa

£58,768 Community Fund
6 Dec 2001 Polbeth and West Calder Out of School Care Club

This new group provides out of school care and education for children. The grant will be used to purchase a TV, VCR, CD player, videos and CDs, mobile phones, bookcase and books, and to fund outings

£3,600 Community Fund
25 Jun 2001 Polbeth and West Calder Out of School Care Club

The grant will be used to create 30 before school and 30 after school places for children aged 3 - 14 years old in Polbeth.

£18,839 New Opportunities Fund
11 Jul 2000 Polbeth Health Initiative Group

This group promotes health, educational and recreational initiatives for the benefit of the local community. The grant will be used to fund insurance, training, transport and volunteer costs.

£2,785 Community Fund
11 Feb 2000 Arthritis Care (Livingston District)

This group provides practical support and assistance for people with arthritis and their carers. The grant will be used to fund respite accommodation.

£3,805 Community Fund
11 Feb 2000 Polbeth Rovers Football Club

This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in the sport of football and develop their skills and techniques. The grant will be used to purchase a first aid bag and balls.

£500 Sport Scotland
30 Nov 1999 West Calder Judo Club

This group provides opportunities for the local community to participate in the sport of judo at a competitive level. The grant will be used to purchase judo mats.

£3,136 Sport Scotland
14 Sep 1999 Sangschule

This group provides workshops and events which enhance public understanding and appreciation of Scotland's traditional song culture. The grant will be used to fund workshops, lectures, music, travel and accommodation costs.

£1,870 Scottish Arts Council
14 Sep 1999 West Calder Day Centre (Housebound/Disabled)

This group provides social and recreational opportunities for disabled people. The grant will be used to purchase a piano.

£650 Community Fund
14 Sep 1999 West Calder Millennium Committee

This group aims to hold a week of new events in August 2000 for the whole community including an open air service karate displays competitions tea dance quiz procession and novelty children's entertainment. The grant will be used to fund the costs o

£1,565 Millennium Commission
25 Jun 1999 Mid Calder Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will be used to purchase outdoor and indoor play equipment, furniture, computer and printer.

£3,200 Community Fund
25 Jun 1999 Loganlea United FC

This group provides opportunities for local children to participate in football at a competitive level and develop their skills in the game. The grant will be used to purchase footballs, portable goals, training bibs, cones and corner flags and to fund a

£974 Sport Scotland
2 Feb 1999 Loganlea Miners Welfare Charitable Society

Provision of New Changing Rooms for Multi-Sport Activity

£27,000 Sport Scotland
4 Dec 1998 Livingston Camera Club

This group provides opportunities for local people to develop their photography skills. The grant will be used to purchase darkroom, projection and lighting equipment.

£3,694 Scottish Arts Council
4 Dec 1998 Polbeth Bowling Club

This group promotes the sport of outdoor flat green bowling and provides a facility for local people to play. The grant will be used to purchase bowls, scoreframes, lockers and balloting discs.

£1,543 Sport Scotland
17 Sep 1998 Stewart Court Registered Tenants Organisation

This group provides social and recreational activities for local residents. The grant will be used to purchase a television, video and games equipment.

£1,280 Community Fund
17 Sep 1998 West Calder District Wheelchair Fund

This group provides practical support and assistance for disabled people. The grant will be used to purchase wheelchairs.

£5,000 Community Fund
17 Sep 1998 Addiewell Community Centre Association

This group provides social, educational and recreational facilities for people in the local area. The grant will be used to purchase computers, a printer and software packages.

£4,167 Community Fund
10 Dec 1997 West Calder Playgroup

This group provides pre-school education and play opportunities for children. The grant will fund a computer and play equipment.

£2,704 Community Fund
8 May 1997 West Calder District Wheelchair Fund

This group provides wheelchairs to disabled people in the area. This grant will be used to purchase two powered wheelchairs.

£5,000 Community Fund
11 Jun 1996 Polbeth Market Garden Trust

To provide training in horticulture/gardening for young people with learning difficulties. This one year grant will be used to provide a purpose built classroom/workroom and other secure storage facilities.

£48,000 Community Fund
20 Mar 1996 West Calder Bowling Club

Installation of Irrigation System

£2,375 Sport Scotland
30 Nov 1995 Community Business Scotland Network Ltd

Helping Poor Communities Help Themselves Through Enterprises Which Create Jobs

£48,970 Community Fund