Grant joy for groups
Cambuslang and Rutherglen Area Committee have approved the following community grant applications.
Sunshine Senior Citizens’ Lunch Club, £ 200 for an outing.
Lochbrae Social Committee, £ 200 for an outing.
Cambuslang Handicapped Fund, £ 700 for specialist transport, entrance fees and equipment.
North Halfway Senior Citizens’ Club, Cambuslang, £ 500 for an outing, administration costs and equipment.
Flemington Hallside Gardening Group, £400 for equipment and materials.
Flemington Hallside Church Youth Project, £200 for an outing.
Cathkin Pensioners’ Association, Rutherglen, £200 for an outing.
Rutherglen Old Peoples’ Welfare Committee, £123 for an outing.
Lanarkshire Beekeepers’ Association, £250 for startup costs.
Cambuslang Churches Holiday Club, £ 150 for an outing.
Scotland Malayalee Association, £ 800 for admin, publicity costs and materials.
The latest batch of grant awards means the committee has dished out £12,298 of its £45,000 for the financial year so far.
Grant application grants are invited throughout the year. Applications must be supported by a constitution, audited accounts or annual income and expenditure accounts, a bank statement and confirmation that the group/ organisation will adhere to the conditions of the grant award.