Clashindarroch Wind Farm

Community Fund

Background

The Clashindarroch Community Fund is provided by Vattenfall, the developer and owner of the Clashindarroch Wind Farm in Aberdeenshire.  The Fund supports projects located within or directly benefiting one or more of the three community council areas of Huntly, Strathbogie and Tap O Noth and the area of the Cabrach Community Association.  The fund's purpose, priorities and award levels have been informed by the Clashindarroch Conversation which community members contributed to in 2014.   

Groups and organisations working to benefit people in the area may apply to the Fund. Your group must have a constitution (a governing document or set of rules) and be set up on a not-for-profit basis. It does not need to be a registered charity to apply.

For more information about the fund read the Fund Factsheet

For more information about the local community read the community profile.

Volunteer Development Bursary Scheme

The Vattenfall Clashindarroch Community Fund Panel has decided to make the sum of £5,000 available to provide a Bursary Scheme to increase the pool of volunteers in the community who have the training and skills needed to help increase participation in grassroots sports and physical activity or cultural activity and the arts or other recreational activity in the area of benefit for this Fund. 

The maximum bursary award is £500 and there are two stages to the award:

  • Stage 1 involves you doing the course or training. The award can cover the cost of the course, training or event and/or the travel and subsistence costs. 

  • Stage 2 is about using your new skills in a voluntary capacity within the area of benefit

More details are available in the application form. There are no deadlines for these applications, and are decided on a rolling basis.  Once the initial £5,000 has been awarded, the Panel will review the Bursary Scheme. 

Making A Difference

The fund will support projects which will support positive change and strategic impact, in particular the fund will support projects which:

* improve community services and facilities
* increase participation in and access to contemporary culture, events and recreational activity
* preserve and enhance the natural environment for residents and visitors
* promote rural regeneration
* celebrate the area's cultural, historic and archaelogical heritage.

Timescales

Key dates 

Round

Application Deadline

Panel Meeting Date

Year 3 Round 2

11 September 2017

30 October 2017

Year 3 Round 3

5 February 2018

26 March 2018

 

 

 


 

How to Apply

Small and standard grants: Please read the guidelines before completing the online application form  or downloadable form  returning to the Programme Administrator, 15 Calton Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8DL.

Large grants: Please read the guidelines before completing and returning the application form returning to the Programme Administrator, 15 Calton Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8DL.

Volunteer Development Bursaries: Please read the guidance notes contained in the application form, then complete and return it to the Programme Administrator, 15 Calton Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8DL.

Grants

Latest Grants

Deveron Projects

  • To purchase fruit trees, seeds and plants, tools, and other gardening equipment as part of the group’s "garden city" project.
  •  Amount awarded: £5,000

Clatt Primary School PTA

  • To purchase staging and associated storage shuttle.
  •  Amount awarded: £3,645

Huntly Football Club

  • To purchase materials to construct a sensory garden.
  •  Amount awarded: £1,608

Rannes Hall Management Committee

  • To carry out improvements to the hall, including providing additional storage facilities, accessible toilets, external stonework pointing/repairs, and internal decorating.
  •  Amount awarded: £47,259

Strathbogie Riding for the Disabled

  • To provide transport for schoolchildren in Huntly and the surrounding areas to attend the group's sessions in Oyne over three years.
  •  Amount awarded: £2,835

Rhynie Woman

  • To fund database, website design, equipment, digital technology and content development, workshops, travel/accommodation, and marketing costs associated with the creation of a digital archive for Rhynie.
  •  Amount awarded: £9,150

Rhynie Gala

  • To purchase a portable stage to be used during the Gala weekend.
  •  Amount awarded: £6,000

Scott Hall

  • To carry out repairs to the hall.
  •  Amount awarded: £23,458.80

Huntly Floral Fund

  • To purchase a trailer which will enable the group to more easily and efficiently water Huntly's floral tubs and planters.
  •  Amount awarded: £2,000

All Grants

Click here to see a list of all our grants

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