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3941 projects discovered in Highland

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  • Scotsburn Horse Trials Association

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £6,000

    The group will refresh their course to provide a new training environment and a challenge for their riders.

  • Nairn Kayak Club

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £6,000

    The group will buy sea kayaks and relevant equipment to enable new members to join and train with the club.

  • Kinlochewe Primary School

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    The group will install playground equipment to get pupils more physically active.

  • Inshes Primary School

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £6,560

    The group will provide dance and movement therapy sessions for pupils within the school with additional support needs.

  • Strathnairn Community Woodlands

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £3,332

    The group will use the grant to hold a Woodland Gala to bring the community together in a celebration of the local woodland resources.

  • Everything Baby Highland

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £10,000

    The project will establish a social enterprise charity shop, providing affordable pre-loved baby groups and parenting support to families in the Highlands.

  • Feis Oigridh Na Mara

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £2,852

    The group want to buyf 2 student harps.

  • WRVS Seaboard Over 60s Club

    05/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £1,800

    The group will use the grant to raise awareness of the group and purchase IT equipment.

  • DATEC

    02/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £6,350

    The group will rund a programme of classes for pensioners.

  • The Friends of the Bradbury Centre

    02/09/2013

    Grant Amount: £8,460

    The group will hold a series of social activities for its older service users.

  • Kyle of Sutherland Youth Development Group

    30/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £33,451

    This grant is for development funding so that the project can be progressed to apply for Second Stage funding.

  • New Start Highland

    28/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £673,748

    This project will focus on supporting a minimum of 360 people who are misusing alcohol and drugs, ex-offenders and those who have been long term unemployed. The project aims to provide work training placements and coaching to beneficiaries within New Sta

  • The Algerines Association

    27/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £34,815

    Ten Second World War veterans from England have been awarded a grant towards travel costs for a commemorative visit to Malta in August 2013. Funding has been provided for thirteen Second World War veterans, seven spouse and twenty carers.

  • Cairngorm Sport 4 All

    09/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £1,950

    The project will run a year long programme of taster sessions in various sports for club members.

  • Nairn Dunbar Golf Club

    09/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £490

    The club will provide coaching sessions to adults and school pupils in the local area.

  • Merkinch Partnership

    09/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £1,950

    The school will run a new multi-sports training programme in an attempt to engage more young people in sport and physical activity.

  • New Start Highland

    09/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £329,962

    Funded through Support and Connect this group will increase their capacity to collect and deliver more furniture, white goods, clothing and starter packs to the most crisis hit and poverty stricken people. Areas covered will be Inverness-shire, Ross and C

  • Lochaber Gymnastics Club

    01/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £6,000

    The group want to improve their classes and increase participation amongst local young people by purchasing equipment and attending the Scottish Gymnastics 'Gymfest'

  • Sunart Community Company

    01/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £9,871

    The group will engage a consultant and sessional community workers to carry out a community consultation to identify and then outline the community's wishes, concerns and priorities in a long-term community action plan.

  • South Lochaber Bowmen

    01/08/2013

    Grant Amount: £5,000

    The club will use the grant to improve their archery range to competition standard as well as improving provision for disabled archers.

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