Awards in 2015

The table below outlines each project offered an award in 2015.

 

Applicant

Amount AwardedGrant Summary 
South Carrick Club Diamonds Fun, Fitness and Friendship  £3,000 To pay instructor fees and travelling expenses
Ballantrae Community Council  £8,031 To purchase a marquee
Girvan Traditional Folk Festival

 £5,000 To support the costs of booking artists and production of the 2015 festival, including venue costs
Girvan Coastal Rowing Club  £4,828 To purchase safety equipment, training and waterproof clothing 
Adventure Centre for Education  £15,200 To purchase new equipment and deliver 15 activity days to local young people
2 Pins Community Company  £66,000 To match fund the group's BIG Lottery bids towards developing a purpose built community centre
Barrhill Memorial Hall Community Assocation   £7,470 To refurbish the Barrhill Memorial Hall as a fit-for-purpose community centre
Z1 Girls Group  £17,764 To pay for Z1 dance instructor/travel expenses, venue hires, costumes and tickets/travel to events for the group
3rd Ayrshire Scout Group  £802.50 To upgrade the community hall with equipotential bonding; hall frontage; kitchen tiling and paint; and contribute to two outings to Cream O'Galloway and Culzean Camp
Ballantrae Community Council  £1,500 To contribute to the cost of putting on the 2015 Ballantrae Smugglers Festival, producing publicity materials, publishing walking routes and purchasing or building a handcart
Girvan and South Carrick Community Action Network  £3,000 To provide a patient transport service from rural South Ayrshire to hospitals and clinics in Glasgow, Kilmarnock, Ayr and locally.
Carrick Rural Arts Group  £4,550 To help fund a six week community arts project with lantern workshops being held throughout Carrick culminating in a community event on 24 October 2015
Carrick Rugby Football Club  £1,500 To purchase 30 rugby strips, shorts and socks for Primary 6 & 7 pupils
Girvan and District and Entertainment and Attractions Association  £9,300 To hold the annual Carrick Community Fireworks Display, a free event open to all and aimed at reducing the risks associated with people organising their own displays as well as bringing the community together 
The Stinchar Valley Magazine  £8,151 To publish 8 editions  ( 4 per annum) of the Stinchar Valley Magazine over two years and the costs of distribution and a self-employed part-time administrator
Glendoune Community Association  £7,776 To develop a community led healthy and active initiative, a structured programme of sporting and confidence building.
Brunston Castle Golf Club  £2,616 To fund staff and committee training course for professional development