This year’s shortlisted projects feature major place-making investments, employability initiatives, and activities delivered by community groups and arts organisations in both urban and rural contexts.
People have until Sunday 25 September to note Expressions of Interest for the Community Capacity Grants Programme, which is part of Crown Estate Scotland’s Sustainable Communities Fund.
Crown Estate Scotland’s Sustainable Communities Fund, set up in 2020, has already delivered around £970,000 in valuable support to people across the country. It consists of two grant programmes.
“I truly believe that the future of journalism is collaborative.” – Rhiannon J Davies, founder of Greater Govanhill community magazine and the Scottish Beacon project
Accelerate is a support programme for the Third Sector and community organisations. Support is free and aims to help groups and organisations become more sustainable and enterprising
Yann Tiersen & QUINQUIS : Invite the Artists to Play in Your Local Community, Church, Bar, Garden or Club
Yann Tiersen & QUINQUIS are part way through a sailboat tour, they have been to the Faroe Islands and arrive in Shetland tomorrow, 25th July. They will be moored at Kirkwall on 30th July.
This was very much a community event with people of all ages contributing to it.
The Community Led Local Development (CLLD) fund is an annual grant allocation to Orkney from the Scottish Government and acts as a replacement to the previous LEADER funding Orkney received.
Accelerate is a support programme for the Third Sector and community organisations. Support is free and aims to help groups and organisations become more sustainable and enterprising.
The Deerness Hall welcomed around 20 members of the Caithness Tractor Club last Saturday, 27th May.