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  • National Trust for Scotland

    26/03/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,672,500

    Charlotte Square Building, Aquisition Edinburgh

  • Scottish National Portrait Gallery

    20/02/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,650,000

    Van Dyck, portrait of 'Princess Elizabeth and Princess Anne'

  • Edinburgh District Council

    26/03/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,610,000

    Scott Monument Restoration, Edinburgh

  • University of Edinburgh

    28/10/1998

    Grant Amount: £1,600,000

    National Training and Competition Centre for Hockey

  • National Gallery of Scotland

    26/03/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,532,000

    Guercino's Erminia Finding the Wounded Tancred

  • Queen Margaret University College

    05/12/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,500,000

    Towards the cost of development of the former Gateway Theatre for student productions, wider live performances and exhibitions

  • Historic Scotland

    13/12/2005

    Grant Amount: £1,436,800

    Masonry Conservation in Scotland and Northern Ireland: HLF Training Bursary Scheme

  • Edinburgh, City of

    01/09/1999

    Grant Amount: £1,415,081

    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.

  • Donaldson's College, Edinburgh

    19/05/1998

    Grant Amount: £1,242,000

    Donaldson's Development Project, Edinburgh

  • Oxfam

    30/06/2006

    Grant Amount: £1,227,908

    Roars not Whispers is a 3-year youth led programme that will build the capacity of young people to represent themselves and others, take action on issues of concern and bring these issues further up the public and political agenda in Scotland. Oxfam and the Scottish Youth Parliament will deliver the work with a wide range of other youth focused groups involved. Young people from every local authority area in Scotland will be trained as peer educators. They will then pass on skills to other young people in

  • Scottish Community Foundation

    08/12/1999

    Grant Amount: £1,169,185

    The Scottish Community Foundation is offering 300 Awards of around ú3000 to young people aged 14 to 25 years in Scotland who are disadvantaged disaffected or socially excluded. Award winners will plan and design their own community projects that raise awareness of local issues or combat problems in their local area. Award winners will take part in a structured four part programme which will help them to devise research and implement their community project as well as gaining a greater understanding of the

  • Special Needs Information Point

    19/03/2007

    Grant Amount: £1,156,514

    Special Needs Information Point's 'Supporting Children, Young People and Families' project will build the confidence and improve the emotional health of parents with young disabled children, enabling them to plan more effectively for their family's future. The project will also enable young disabled people over the age of 14 to become more independent. Funded through the Big Lottery Fund's 'Supporting 21st Century Life' programme, the Edinburgh-based SNIP office will expand to provide a specialist advocacy

  • Scottish National Portrait Gallery

    21/11/2000

    Grant Amount: £1,071,000

    Palazzo Muti-Papazzuri and The 8th Duke of Hamilton - Acquisition

  • Museums Galleries Scotland

    19/05/2004

    Grant Amount: £1,060,025

    The UK-wide schools and education scheme will give young people the opportunity to learn first-hand from veterans about their experience of the Second World War. Their Past - Your Future, is being developed in conjunction with the Imperial War Museum and will enable school children to research and learn about the personal experiences and roles played by forces personnel and civilians during the Second World War.

  • The Pilton Partnership

    11/01/2002

    Grant Amount: £1,000,000

    `Our Health Matters+ is a new project tackling mental health, access, isolation, patterns of living and eating in Pilton. The grant will establish a range of activities delivered by ten local organisations. Activities will include a phone line service for women and young girls experiencing sexual violence; services to reduce male violence; information, advice and support to families and carers of people with alcohol dependencies; a fuel poverty project and accessible transport for older people.

  • Young Lake Ltd

    27/06/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,000,000

    Towards the production costs of a romantic comedy film set in central Scotland

  • Freeway Films Ltd

    01/02/1996

    Grant Amount: £1,000,000

    Towards the cost of a major feature film 'The Silver Darlings' based on Neil Gunn's novel - set and shot in Scotland.

  • Heriot Watt University

    18/09/2002

    Grant Amount: £1,000,000

    Heart of Midlothian Football Academy in Association with Heriot Watt University

  • National Museums of Scotland

    26/11/1997

    Grant Amount: £995,800

    Royal Museum of Scotland Gallery 21 - Phase A

  • The National Trust for Scotland

    13/06/2002

    Grant Amount: £983,000

    Scotland's Mountain Heritage - Path works

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