Scotland: delegate decisions October 2021
Colinton Village Community Heritage Hub
Applicant: Colinton Village Enterprise
Description: Provide new community, events and workshop space through the creation of a community heritage hub in the former coach house of Spylaw House in Colinton, Edinburgh.
Paisley High Street 1900
Applicant: digital heritage
Description: This twelve month project will result in an animation which immerses viewers into the historic past of Paisley High Street, taking them from 2021 to 1900.
Scottish Storytelling in Nature
Applicant: Community Foundation For Planetary Healing
Description: This 2 year project will engage people in Scottish cultural heritage and environment through the delivery of a storytelling and nature connection training programme. Held in the organisation's woodland hut in their community woodland in Balerno.
Lee Jeans Sit-in
Applicant: RIG Arts Ltd.
Description: To use filmed interviews to record the memories of those involved in and affected by the Lee Jeans Sit-In 1981.
Decision: Award grant of £28,030 (100%)
Three Decades of Changing Minds
Applicant: Glasgow Women's Library
Description: Provide the opportunity for Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL) to explore and share their own 30 year heritage.
Decision: Award grant of £198,227 (100%)
Refurbishment & Repairs Church Heritage Building RCCG KOG EDINBURGH
Applicant: The Redeemed Christian Church Of God - King Of Glory Edinburgh
Description: Deliver repairs to the C-listed St Christopher’s Church, now King of Glory Edinburgh Parish Church, in Craigentinny, Edinburgh.
Heritage, culture and community: inspiring a new vision for the Vale of Leven
Applicant: West Dunbartonshire Council
Description: To launch the new Vale of Leven heritage facility in Alexandria through the delivery of a programme of activities exploring a varied range of heritage. Intended to engage a wide range of people and provide enhanced opportunities in an area of deprivation.
Decision: Award grant of £17,841 (82%)
Cuairt Mgr Ailean - Fr.Allans's Walk
Applicant: Comann Eachdraidh Eirisgeidh
Description: This 4 month project will create a walk around the island of Eriskay, in the Outer Hebrides, to celebrate Fr. Allan MacDonald. A priest, poet, folklore collector and advocate of the Gaelic language and Highland and Islands communities, who died on the Island in 1905. Decision: Reject
Guthan na Tìre (Voices of the Land)
Applicant: Ionad Thròndairnis
Description : To provide opportunities for local people to learn about and share the heritage of the Trotternish area.
Fae Raploch To Elland Road: Remembering Billy Bremner
Applicant: University Of Stirling
Description: This six month project aims to research, curate and connect a range of intergenerational and community heritage initiatives focused on remembering Billy Bremner’s contribution to football and to his community.
Decision: Award grant of £9,991 (100%)
Applicant: The MacDougall of Dunollie Preservation Trust
Description: Dunollie GLAD (Garden Links and Digital) will make improvements to the grounds of Dunollie Museum and Castle to improve the visitor experience.
Decision: Award grant of £114,854 (95%)
Craigmillar Makes History
Applicant: Craigmillar Now
Decision: To archive and make publicly available three collections relating to the history of Craigmillar. The archive will be stored in the 19th Century church building in Newcraighall where Craigmillar Now are based.
Decision: Award grant of £96,221 (79%)
The Art of the Miners Story
Applicant: Valleyfield Community Club
Description: This five week project aims to create a Miners Mural which preserve the heritage of the Miners of Valleyfield, Fife. The mural will create a story which features real people who contributed to the creation of the village and the families who still remain there.
Applicant: Leanchoil Trust
Description: This nine month project aims to create and collect photographs, memories, and oral histories of Leanchoil Hospital, in Forres, in the north of Scotland. The heritage assets gathered will be shared in a permanent digital exhibition
Decision: Award grant of £9,750 (45%)