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Case Studies

Thrumster Parent Council

Thrumster Parent Council

Thu 29 Mar 2018

Thrumster Parent Council school received a grant of £700 from the Wathergar Community Fund to contribute to the costs of the sending their P7 pupils on a residential activity week to prepare them for the transition to high school....

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Friends of Insch Hospital and Community

Friends of Insch Hospital and Community

Mon 19 Mar 2018

The Friends of Insch Hospital & Community eceived a grant from the Clashindarroch Community Fund to set up a range of new activities currently not on offer in the area. The activities focused on preventative health benefits, whilst also providing opportunities for people to connect socially and to develop their skills....

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From Funding to Finance – a repayable grant for Huntly and District Development Trust

From Funding to Finance – a repayable grant for Huntly and District Development Trust

Mon 19 Mar 2018

Facing a perceived shortfall in funding, Huntly and District Development Trust were faced with potential staff redundancies and a gap in the delivery of local services. The Trust were offered a repayable grant from the Clashindarroch Fund to help ease their cashflow problem and allow them to deliver local projects and services....

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River Avich Community Hydro Scheme

River Avich Community Hydro Scheme

Mon 19 Mar 2018

DIG set up Awesome Energy (Dalriada) Ltd (AED), a community benefit society, to install and manage a community hydro scheme on the River Avich, adjacent to Dalavich. AED will donate all profits for this scheme to support local projects, including those identified in DIG’s Community Action Plan....

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Watten Improvements Group

Watten Improvements Group

Fri 16 Mar 2018

Watten Improvement were given an award of £1,100 from the E.ON Camster Community Fund over a three year period enablling them book their favourite band ‘Fusion’ for three Hogmany parties. Helping the group organise and run a fantastic party for the villagers....

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Latheronwheel and Latheron Improvement Group

Latheronwheel and Latheron Improvement Group

Fri 09 Mar 2018

The refurbishment of the play park was a key priority for the Latheronwheel and Latheron Improvement group. Working with the local community and local school children to create a safe play area for local children....

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 Polish Cultural Festival Association

Polish Cultural Festival Association

Thu 08 Feb 2018

For 11 days in October 2017, Summerhall, played host to Kite and Trumpet, a cultural festival of Polish design for children. Both young and old came together to participate in workshops, admire illustrated Polish Books, play games crafted in Poland and be inspired by fantastic theatre performances. The event provided a great opportunity for local families to take part in fun, cultural activities whilst providing a platform for artists from the Polish community to showcase their work, network and create links between Polish and Scottish artists....

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Growing Local Skills to Sustain a Community Woodland

Growing Local Skills to Sustain a Community Woodland

Thu 25 Jan 2018

A grant from Greencoat Stroupster Community Fund,enabled Dunnet Forest Trust to cover costs for volunteers to attend chainsaw training courses, enabling the group to keep forest paths open and safe....

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Blackford Crafters

Blackford Crafters

Fri 19 Jan 2018

A small grant has allowed Blackford Crafters grow from strength to strength. The secret to their success is a warm welcome with no real expectations. A chance for local people to come together socially and be creative whether that is making a birthday card for someone or learning to crochet for the very first time. But what it has also done is provide a wonderful setting for sharing and developing skills in the wider community....

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Preserving Eredine's Hearbeat

Preserving Eredine's Hearbeat

Thu 30 Nov 2017

SLACC received a grant of £2,900 from An Suidhe Wind Farm Community Fund to purchase and install a portable automatic external defibrillator (AED) in a redundant BT kiosk. The project had been identified via the community consultations, in response to the needs of an ageing population in this remote area where ambulances usually take more than 40 minutes to reach the site of an incident. The availability of the defibrillator benefits approximately 120 residents within the South Loch Awe-side area. It is centrally located and is within a few minutes walking or driving distance from all the inhabited houses in the Eredine/Durran area and is accessible from other houses and tourist accommodation along the lochside road....

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