Orkney Judo and the Orkney Branch of the Pony Club have received cash grants totalling a combined £11,416, thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund in partnership with sportscotland.
“This £1 million fund, delivered by the Scottish Government, is an exciting opportunity for local projects and locally-based online businesses to support town centres and promote their local community. “
“It’s crucially important that young people have an active lifestyle because we have got a horrendous rate of Type 2 diabetes. “
“The Ideas Festival inspired me to come up with a way of sharing what countryside rangers do in a format that I hadn’t considered before.”
£20million from the Scottish Welfare fund is to be used flexibly and £10million to provide free school meals.
“This fund will help initiatives supporting businesses, such as projects to encourage safe shopping, business and leisure opportunities, promoting and advertising local providers of online shopping or enhancing visitor appeal.”
An online event taking place on 22nd October will raise funds to support both Kilmartin Museum & The Argyll Piping Trust.
“This latest round of funding will ensure this vital work not only continues but is strengthened despite the challenges faced during the pandemic.”
“one acquaintance once said that I couldn’t stop talking. I said I can – but I don’t choose to!”
Delivered in partnership with local partners across Scotland, these one-off grants aim to support the creative development of visual artists and craft makers at all stages of their career.