Groups given grants
Community groups in Rutherglen and Cambuslang still have a few weeks to apply for a share of this years community grant allocation.
Councillors on a local area committee approved £8,459 at a their last meeting of the financial year yesterday, Tuesday.
With £ 15,642 still in the pot, officers will now consider applications before March 31. The latest awards were: Particp8 Overton, £650 for equipment.
Cambuslang Ulster Scots Society, £250 for equipment.
SCOPE, £ 1,000 for entrance fees, equipment and materials.
Park Vi ew Parent Partnership, £ 600 for equipment and admin costs.
Enable, £ 1,000 for an outing, entrance fees and equipment.
1st Bankhead Guides, £350 for an outing, entrance fees and materials.
Clutha Discoverers, £250 for an outing and entrance.
Central Cambuslang Tenants’ and Residents, £600 for equipment and materials.
Rutherglen Guide Division Rangers, £350 for equipment and materials.
Cambuslang Hea r t and Stroke Club, £ 350 for specialist transport.
Ronhill Cambuslang Harriers, £150 for entrance fees.
Friends of Overtoun Park, £350 for equipment, admin and publicity.
Friends of Cambuslang Park, £1,000 for equipment.
Overtoun Community Growing Project, £ 250 for start up costs.
Ac t i o n s, £ 8 5 0 equipment.
1st Bankhead Rainbow Guides, £350 for an outing, entrance fees and materials.