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Awestruck Academy £4,935

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To offer new equipment and machinery that local people can be trained to use in order to enhance their skills and experiences. The classes  will allow students to create their own design and then have it printed on to mugs, t-shirts, hats etc. The group would also like to improve their gallery with a new hanging system and upgrading the lighting.

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Mens Shed Clydebank £3,100

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To continue the good work which has already been undertaken in developing the shed and includes an outdoor area where members who are not interested in construction can take up gardening. The garden will include a number of raised beds for flowers or vegetables and a potting shed.

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Centre 81 Steering Group £4,508

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The project will provide art and creative writing sessions for young people alongside D+P Studio. The aim is to take people on exciting personal and community journeys, which will help people to enjoy experiencing the outdoor environment. Art sessions will be combined with active time to allow children to enjoy exercise.

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St Joseph's Parent Council £5,000

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To purchase and install outdoor exercise and play equipment within the grounds of St Josephs Primary. The equipment would include a climbing frame, ground paintings and active trail.

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St. Michael's Parent Council £4,752

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To improve an area of the school playground for the health and wellbeing of the school children and encourage them to be totally active. This will include laying artificial grass to avoid the area becoming muddy and unusable during the winter months

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Golden Friendships £3,500

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To build a ramp at the front of the building to allow members easier access. Currently the group use a short steep ramp at the back of the building. To purchase some equipment for Tuesday’s activity group, e.g.  chess and draughts.

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Action Old Kilpatrick £2,420

2019-01-28  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The group would like to purchase and plant a Christmas tree. The planting of the tree will be the focus of a community celebration, involving local schools on a related project of the symbolism of trees. Lights would also be purchased to be hung on the tree in late November 2019.

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Clydebank Seniors Forum £4,480

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The group would like to continue to bring people together to meet socially and provide outings to places of interest. The funding would be used to cover the cost of days out for the group.

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Street Connect Clydebank £5,000

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To build on the work of the Hub, that focuses on outreach work and is followed up with 1-2-1 personal support.  Also a recovery group, which provides support and life skills to overcome life controlling issues. Also to support monthly drop-in cafés for those affected by homelessness or addiction

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Clydebank Senior Citizen's Golf Club £2,850

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The group would like to offset the price of over 60’s playing golf to encourage more senior citizens to be active in their community and combat social isolation. To purchase a laptop and printer so that the group can print fixtures, score cards and programmes for members

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