West Dunbartonshire Council - Your Community

Investment projects with scope: Your Community Vote

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Mad Hatters Drama Group £2,200

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The group intend to buy a laptop to allow members to type and print scripts. The group would also like to purchase a safety rail which will be built by the Clydebank Men’s Shed, a sound system and microphone and a range of costumes and props to enhance the quality of the productions.

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Clydebank Asbestos Group £2,000

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The group are looking for a contribution towards running costs so that they can continue to provide support and information to people affected by asbestos.

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Inclusive Images £4,800

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To encourage people from some of the poorest areas in West Dunbartonshire to share their stories and identify solutions to tackle poverty and help improve the quality of life in their area. To provide workshops which will provide people who normally lack confidence to take part in formal consultations and make their voices heard through photography.

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Bellsmyre Schools Out Club £3,600

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To grow and improve the service and facilities that the club offers. To ensure the club remains relevant, compliant, useful and worthwhile. The money will be used to achieve these aims and to build on its availability for years to come.To grow and improve the service and facilities that the club offers. 

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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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Wee Scottish Art Group £4,196

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The project will  focus on growing and promoting the group. Some of the funding will be used towards venue hire and the hire of an additional space to support an additional time for the group to meet. The funding will also be used to purchase art materials.

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Loch Lomond Rugby Club £5,000

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

To continue the upgrading of the Rugby teams facilities, which has been ongoing for a number of years. The funding will be used to install a kitchen, so that the home team can provide hot food and hospitality to visiting clubs. This will help the group build friendships with other teams.

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Haldane Youth Services £3,964

2019-01-30  •  admin  •  Your Community Vote

The development of an urban garden within the grounds of the group’s new facility, which will be open to the community to teach and develop gardening skills through a series of workshop events. It will also feature a sensory garden, memorial area and allotment style area. 

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