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Organisations awarded CCAF grants

Communities across the country are to benefit from fast-tracked funding to help tackle climate change and deliver Scotland’s green recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

On 8 January 2021 it was announced that 279 community-based organisations across Scotland would be awarded more than £3.2 million of funding to tackle climate change through the Scottish Government's Community Climate Asset Fund (CCAF).

Organisations awarded grants can be viewed via the list below or a downloadable pdf here.

 

Aberdeen City

Bonnymuir Community Trust. For food waste equipment and community building energy efficiency improvements. £5,444.67.

 

Camphill School Aberdeen. For an electric vehicle and a charging point to help the community to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainability. £25,108.02

 

Community Food Initiatives North East. For food growing and waste reduction equipment. £6,530.98.

 

Dyce School. For food growing equipment. £3,808.00.

 

Friends of Duthie Park. For food growing equipment. £8,440.00.

 

Garthdee Field Allotments Association. For garden waste reduction equipment. £3,034.76.

 

Aberdeenshire

Alford Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,395.54.

 

Alford and District Men’s Shed. For electric cargo bikes as part of the Covid-19 response. £7,465.00.

 

Deveron Projects. For a small-scale flour mill and apple pressing equipment to help the community of Huntly to reduce local carbon emissions by developing a local food producer network. £12,866.58

 

Fraserburgh Academy. For food growing equipment. £8,612.11.

 

Kemnay Academy. For food growing equipment. £1,435.50.

 

Laurencekirk Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,998.34.

 

Longside and District Community Council. For food growing equipment. £3,010.72.

 

Mill O’Forest Primary School. For food growing equipment. £8,435.92.

 

Newburgh Public Hall Trustees. For insulation, new windows, low-energy lighting and building reconfiguration works to help the Newburgh community to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community hall more energy efficient. £100,000.00

 

The Gordon Schools. For food growing equipment. £1,631.10.

 

Angus

Andover Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,326.96.

 

Brechin Buccaneers. For food growing equipment. £6,070.68.

 

Eassie, Nevay and Kirkinch Community Association. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £4,911.00.

 

East and Old Parish Church. For food growing equipment. £1,819.64.

 

Inverbrothock Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,353.76.

 

Kirrie Connections. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £8,650.50.

 

Murroes Primary School. For a polytunnel, greenhouse, shed, tools, and composting and watering equipment to help the community of Murroes to reduce local carbon emissions by growing their own produce. £7,221.74.

 

Sustainable Kirriemuir. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £7,492.00.

 

 

Argyll & Bute

Cairndow Hall and Recreation Committee. For food growing and textile repair equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £4,750.60.

 

Cove Park. For double glazing, doors, and insulation to help the community to reduce local carbon emissions by making two artist residence accommodation pods more energy efficient. £34,720.00

 

Dalmally Primary School and Pre 5 Unit. For food growing equipment. £2,362.88.

 

Friends of Glenan Wood. For food growing equipment. £9,870.50.

 

Gigha Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,131.35.

 

Inveraray Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,640.89.

 

Isle of Kerrera Development Trust. For double-glazed windows, insulation and a community fridge-freezer to help the community on the Isle of Kerrera to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community hub more energy efficient and providing facilities for sharing of surplus food. £35,404.01

 

Kilchattan Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,693.72.

 

Lochgilphead Joint Campus. For food growing equipment. £1,055.73.

 

Mull and Iona Community Trust (MICT). For an electric van to help reduce local carbon emissions by enabling the islands’ charity shops to transport their items more sustainably. £29,254.40

 

North Bute Primary School. For food growing equipment. £4,388.97.

 

Port Charlotte Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,120.83.

 

South West Mull and Iona Development. For food growing equipment. £3,940.12.

 

Springbank Evangelical Church. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £2,890.96.

 

Taynuilt Primary and ELC. For food growing equipment. £6,971.50.

 

City of Edinburgh

Action Porty. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £3,777.60.

 

Blood Bikes Scotland. For an electric motorcycle and charging station to help to reduce carbon emissions within the Lothian region by transporting urgent items for the NHS more sustainably. £24,896.70

 

Craigmillar Now. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £9,770.00.

 

Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council. For an electric vehicle to help the BAME communities of Edinburgh to reduce local carbon emissions by empowering their club users to drive more sustainably. £12,150.00

 

Edinburgh Community Food. For an electric van and charging point to help reduce carbon emissions in Edinburgh by delivering food parcels to families and local community organisations more sustainably. £28,607.16

 

Edinburgh Hindu Mandir and Cultural Centre. For insulation and low-energy lighting to help the Hindu community of Edinburgh to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community hall more energy efficient. £24,660.00

 

Edinburgh Napier Students' Association. For food growing equipment. £2,660.00.

 

Fresh Start. For an electric van to help reduce carbon emissions in Edinburgh by distributing donations and running their PAT testing service more sustainably. £13,986.00

 

Friends of Seaview. For food growing and food waste equipment. £2,036.32.

 

Inverleith Allotments Association. For garden waste reduction equipment. £3,474.00.

 

Stockbridge Parish Church. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £3,790.80.

 

Swap and Re-use Hub Co-operative (Edinburgh) Ltd. For an electric cargo bike, fridge and freezer to help the Food Sharing Edinburgh Network to reduce local carbon emissions by reducing emissions for collections and deliveries and diverting more surplus food from landfill. £7,703.00.

 

The Broomhouse Centre. For an electric van to help communities in South West Edinburgh to reduce carbon emissions by distributing food donations, other deliveries, and activities more sustainably. £18,601.92

 

The Edinburgh Remakery Ltd. For textile repair equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £1,000.00.

 

The Friends of Duddingston Charitable Trust. For food growing equipment. £2,956.83.

 

The Welcoming Association. For food growing and food waste equipment. £3,100.00.

 

Water of Leith Conservation Trust. For an electric cargo bike and community building energy efficiency improvements. £4,496.78.

 

Clackmannanshire

Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface. For electric bikes and charging points to help the people of Alloa and wider Clackmannanshire to reduce local carbon emissions by creating an active sustainable travel hub. £26,035.52

 

Tillicoultry Baptist Church. For secondary glazing to help reduce local carbon emissions by making the church space more energy efficient. £14,472.00

 

Dumfries and Galloway

Annandale Community Transport Services Ltd. For an electric wheelchair accessible car to help the people of Annandale and Eskdale to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably. £30,885.94

 

Kirkcudbright Parish Church. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £3,705.00.

 

Kirkmahoe Parish Hall Committee. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £7,558.46.

 

Raydale Community Partnership. For insulation, low-energy lighting, and double glazing to help the community of Gretna to reduce local carbon emissions by making the sports hub more energy efficient. £19,078.20

 

Dundee City

Baldragon Academy. For food growing equipment. £9,347.15.

 

Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre. For low-energy lighting and secondary glazing to help reduce local carbon emissions by making the community theatre space more energy efficient. £32,808.38

 

Flexible Childcare Services Scotland. For food growing and food waste equipment. £8,209.98.

 

Grove Academy. For food growing equipment. £2,268.53.

 

Siobhans Trust. For an electric vehicle, polytunnel, raised beds and other gardening equipment to help the community of Whitfield to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably and growing their own food. £24,432.81

 

St Fergus RC Primary. For food growing equipment. £3,981.28.

 

The Attic SCIO. For food growing and waste reduction equipment and an electric bike as part of the Covid-19 response. £2,588.69.

 

The Maxwelltown Information Centre. For food growing equipment and an electric cargo bike as part of the Covid-19 response. £9,169.16.

 

East Ayrshire

Ayrshire Muslim Education Centre. For triple-glazed windows to help reduce local carbon emissions by making the building more energy efficient. £35,827.92

 

Netherthird Initiative for Community Empowerment (N.I.C.E.). For community building energy efficiency improvements. £6,016.80.

 

Ossington Gardens Association. For food growing equipment. £3,740.21.

 

 

East Dunbartonshire

Balmuildy Primary School PTA. For food growing equipment. £9,863.43.

 

Campsie Parish Church of Scotland. For secondary glazing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the church building more energy efficient. £14,257.66

 

Craigdhu Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,840.50.

 

Gartconner Primary and Gartconner Early Years Centre. For food growing equipment. £1,818.03.

 

Holy Trinity Primary School. For food growing equipment. £8,225.94.

 

Mosshead Primary School. For food growing equipment. £8,669.51.

 

Twechar Community Action. For an electric vehicle to help the community of Twechar to reduce local carbon emissions by delivering outreach services more sustainably. £19,795.50

 

East Lothian

Community Carrot Ltd. t/a Crunchy Carrot. For an electric cargo bike and waste reduction equipment. £6,388.10.

 

Growing Matters. For food growing equipment. £1,750.06.

 

Musselburgh Burgh Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,213.86.

 

Our Community Kitchen. For food growing equipment. £3,705.81.

 

Sustaining Dunbar. For food growing equipment. £3,103.21.

 

Tyninghame Village Hall. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £9,348.07.

 

Wallyford Primary School. For food growing equipment. £5,638.39.

 

West Barns Primary School Parent Council. For food growing equipment. £2,222.94.

 

East Renfrewshire

86th Glasgow Boys’ Brigade T/A Giffnock Community Hub and The Black Door Shop. For an electric cargo bike as part of the Covid-19 response. £5,600.00.

 

Arthurlie Family Centre. For food growing equipment. £4,485.76.

 

Barrhead High School. For food growing equipment. £977.14.

 

Eaglesham Primary School and Nursery Class. For food growing equipment. £1,925.07.

 

Glenwood Family Centre. For food growing equipment. £1,247.99.

 

Hazeldene Family Centre. For food growing equipment. £5,050.56.

 

Netherlee Primary School and Nursery Class. For food growing equipment. £4,927.99.

 

St Ninian’s High School. For food growing equipment. £4,086.40.

 

Woodfarm Education Centre. For food growing and waste reduction equipment, bikes and an electric bike. £3,140.23.

 

Falkirk

Bantaskin Primary School Early Learning Childcare Class. For food growing equipment. £4,118.04.

 

Denny and Dunipace YMCA. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £9,999.72.

 

Tamfourhill Tenants and Residents Organisation. For food growing equipment. £3,358.44.

 

Fife

Aberdour Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,088.70.

 

Auchtermuchty Community Centre. For wall insulation and low-energy lighting to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community space more energy efficient. £19,976.64

 

Beath High School. For food growing equipment. £1,318.12.

 

Brag Enterprises. For low-energy lighting and energy efficient controls to help reduce local carbon emissions by making the Levenmouth Community Enterprise Centre building more energy efficient. £12,480.30

 

Cairneyhill Parish Church. For secondary glazing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the church more energy efficient. £16,364.70

 

CLEAR Buckhaven and Methil. For an electric vehicle and charging station to help the communities of Buckhaven and Methil to reduce local carbon emissions by distributing food and growing materials and collecting recycling more sustainably. £26,825.40

 

Culross Development Trust. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £10,000.00.

 

East Neuk Centre Trust. For electric bikes as part of the Covid-19 response. £7,052.02.

 

EATS Rosyth. For food growing and food waste reduction equipment. £7,074.21.

 

Gallatown Gala and Community Group. For food growing equipment. £6,456.00.

 

Kettle Primary School Nursery. For food growing equipment. £2,013.31.

 

Kirkcaldy Central Mosque and Community Centre. For insulation, low-energy lighting, and double glazing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community space more energy efficient. £24,035.35

 

Kirkcaldy High School. For food growing equipment. £8,735.55.

 

Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church. For secondary glazing, a smart controller and low-energy lighting to help reduce local carbon emissions by making the church hall building more energy efficient. £14,373.38

 

The Ecology Centre. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £2,846.74.

 

Tulliallan Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,109.44.

 

University of St Andrews Students' Association. £6,169.31. For waste reduction equipment and an electric bike.

 

YMCA Glenrothes. For insulation, double glazing and a community fridge to reduce local carbon emissions by making community building energy efficiency improvements and reducing food waste. £15,248.38

 

Glasgow City

30th Glasgow Scout Group. For a new roof, insulation, double glazing and low-energy lighting to help reduce local carbon emissions by making the community hall more energy efficient. £57,767.55

 

Abercorn Secondary School. For food growing equipment. £1,473.78.

 

Bike for Good. For an electric vehicle to help the people of Glasgow to reduce local carbon emissions by delivering cycling services, access to bikes and training across the city more sustainably. £21,141.90

 

Community Transport Glasgow. For an electric van to help the people of Glasgow to reduce local carbon emissions by delivering bulk food supplies more sustainably. £40,220.00

 

Corpus Christi Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,742.04.

 

Crookston Community Group. For an electric van to help the people of Crookston and Pollok in Glasgow to reduce local carbon emissions by distributing food donations and collecting recycling more sustainably. £21,594.60

 

Garthamlock and Craigend Parish Church. For food growing equipment. £9,908.30.

 

Glasgow the Caring City. For community building energy efficiency improvements and waste reduction equipment. £8,139.55.

 

Glasgow's Golden Generation. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £9,875.00.

 

Govanhill Baths Community Trust. For an electric cargo bike. £5,124.00.

 

Glasgow Women’s Library. For secondary glazing and low-energy lighting to reduce local carbon emissions at Glasgow Women’s Library by making this community hub more energy efficient. £35,546.90

 

Hyndland Secondary School. For food growing equipment. £1,070.24.

 

Kelvindale Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,145.17.

 

Linthaugh Nursery School. For food growing equipment. £2,710.19.

 

Merrylee Primary School Parents Association. For food growing equipment. £4,549.00.

 

Milnbank Housing Association. For a ‘closed loop’ growing facility in Alexandra Park to help the communities of Haghill and Bluevale in Glasgow reduce local carbon emissions by utilising and promoting raised bed growing and community composting. £44,506.88

 

North Glasgow Community Food Initiative. For food growing equipment. £3,175.00.

 

Renfrew Street Nursery School. For food growing equipment. £2,877.34.

 

Sandwood Primary. For food growing equipment. £2,151.00.

 

Scotstoun Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,442.01.

 

South Seeds. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £7,050.00.

 

St Brendan's Primary School (Clyde Campus). For food growing equipment. £9,982.88.

 

St Michael’s Primary. For food growing equipment. £4,705.18.

 

St Paul’s Primary Shettleston. For food growing equipment. £4,202.59.

 

St Paul’s Youth Forum. For growing materials, electric bikes and an electric vehicle to help the people of Blackhill in Glasgow to reduce local carbon emissions by growing food and travelling more sustainably. £29,988.87

 

St Thomas' Primary School Parent Council. For food growing equipment. £2,943.44.

 

Stobhill School. For food growing equipment. £5,013.51.

 

Urban Roots Initiative. For an electric van and electric bikes to help reduce carbon emissions by travelling and transporting resources more sustainably between food growing sites and delivering healthy food to communities in Glasgow. £26,640.87

 

Willowacre Trust. For low-energy lighting to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community hub in Barrowfield, East End of Glasgow more energy efficient. £26,029.80

 

Woodlands Community Development Trust. For electric cargo bikes. £8,783.98.

 

Highland

Abriachan Forest Trust. For food growing equipment. £9,991.64.

 

Applecross Community Company. For food growing equipment. £1,184.50.

 

Ardgour Memorial Hall. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £4,190.00.

 

Arisaig Community Trust. For food growing equipment and electric bikes. £8,874.89.

 

Broadford & Strath Community Company. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £9,000.00.

 

Cradlehall Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,627.83.

 

Crown Church of Scotland. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £9,955.58.

 

Edinbane Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,000.00.

 

Go Golspie. For an electric vehicle to help the people of Golspie to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling to medical appointments and collecting prescriptions more sustainably. £24,898.50

 

Golspie Golf Club. For triple glazing and replacement doors to reduce local carbon emissions by making the club building more energy efficient. £33,673.60

 

Gomde Scotland. For community building energy efficiency improvements and food growing equipment. £9,771.05.

 

Helmsdale and District Development Trust. For a Polycrub to help the community of Helmsdale to reduce local carbon emissions by enabling the growing of local fruit and vegetables to reduce food miles. £10,758.60

 

John Muir Trust. For waste reduction equipment. £1,214.40.

 

Kilchoan Primary School and Nursery. For food growing equipment. £7,182.86.

 

Kinlochbervie Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,485.02.

 

Lundavra Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,074.00.

 

Nairn Community and Arts Centre. For low-energy lighting to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community space more energy efficient. £33,044.58

 

Raasay Development Trust. For wood fuel equipment. £6,598.80.

 

Reay Hall. For a new roof, insulation, and double glazing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the village hall more energy efficient. £67,291.07

 

Saltburn and Westwood Community Council. For an electric cargo bike and food growing equipment. £9,152.48.

 

Stramash Outdoor Nursery. For food growing equipment. £8,041.91.

 

The Russian Arctic Convoy Project. For a fully insulated roof, insulation, glazing for windows and doors and low-energy lighting to reduce carbon emissions at the Exhibition Centre in Aultbea. £99,561.60

 

Transport for Tongue Ltd. For an electric vehicle to help the people of Tongue in Sutherland to reduce local carbon emissions by providing sustainable community transport. £26,955.00

 

Inverclyde

Belville Community Garden Trust. For an electric vehicle to help the people of Inverclyde to reduce local carbon emissions by distributing surplus food to vulnerable members of the community more sustainably. £19,665.00

 

Community Tracks Inverclyde. For community bike maintenance. £9,043.19.

 

Inverkip Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,680.27.

 

Parklea Branching Out. For a glasshouse and polytunnels to help the Port Glasgow and Inverclyde community to reduce carbon emissions by establishing new community growing facilities for local food production. £88,200.00

 

Port Glasgow High School. For food growing equipment. £2,395.25.

 

St John's Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,203.32.

 

The Salvation Army. For community bike maintenance equipment. £9,065.00.

 

Trade Right Trust. For an electric vehicle to help to reduce local carbon emissions by collecting and redistributing NHS Hand Sanitiser bottles for reuse more sustainably. £14,670.00

 

Midlothian

Cornbank St James Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,038.50.

 

Moray

Dufftown and District Community Association. For an electric vehicle and low-energy lighting for the town clock to help the community of Dufftown and District to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably and using energy more efficiently. £22,410.00

 

Burghead Amenities Association. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £6,900.00.

 

Earthtime For All Ltd. For food growing equipment. £1,010.00.

 

Stobhill Primary School. For food growing equipment. £7,263.66.

Trees for Life. For an electric vehicle to help the Scottish rewilding charity to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably to reach the communities they work with around the Highlands. £26,185.50

 

North Ayrshire

Beith Trust. For thermal cladding at Geilsland Hall to reduce local carbon emissions by making the building more energy efficient. £52,000.00

 

Largs Academy. For food growing equipment. £3,298.12.

 

Radio City Association. For an electric van to support development and promotion of active travel routes and assist the people of the Garnock Valley in North Ayrshire to plant 900 trees, plus fruit and berry bushes. £8,028.00 (grant award details confirmed after 8 January press release, so not included in those figures).

 

The Scottish Centre for Personal Safety. For double glazing, low-energy lighting, draft proofing, insulation and heating controls to help reduce local carbon emissions by making The Barony St John Centre in Ardrossan more energy efficient. £46,448.00

 

North Lanarkshire 

 

Balmalloch Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,594.49.

 

Cairnlea Parish Church of Scotland. For double glazing, floor, and roof insulation to reduce local carbon emissions by making the Cairnlea House building in Airdrie more energy efficient. £26,993.93

 

Cumbernauld and Kilsyth Nursery and Out of School Care. For food growing equipment. £9,164.43.

 

Cumbernauld Village Community Council. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £7,080.79.

 

Getting Better Together Ltd. For an electric van to help the people of Fortissat and the wider North Lanarkshire community to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably. £23,220.00

 

Jigsaw Family Learning Centre. For food growing equipment. £1,354.32.

 

Our Lady and St. Joseph’s Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,292.38.

 

Plains Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,906.08.

 

Rochsolloch Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,926.25.

 

Orkney Islands

Friends of St Ninian’s Ltd. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £2,641.20.

 

Glaitness Nursery. For food growing equipment. £7,990.34.

 

Orkney Blide Trust. For a wheelchair-accessible electric minibus to help the people of Orkney with experience of mental ill health to access the outdoors and receive support more sustainably. £39,659.20

 

Papay Community Co-operative Ltd. For a wheelchair-accessible electric minibus to help the Papa Westray island community and visitors to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably. £60,000.00

 

Papa Westray Community School. For food growing equipment. £1,459.13.

 

Perth & Kinross

Auchterarder Community Sport & Recreation. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £8,700.00.

 

Caputh Hall Committee. For insulation, secondary glazing and low-energy lighting to help the village of Caputh and its surrounding area to reduce local carbon emissions by making the local village hall more energy efficient. £16,730.57

 

Forward Coupar Angus Development Trust. For food growing and food waste equipment. £6,110.70.

 

Portmoak Primary School. For food growing equipment. £7,280.92.

 

Pitlochry Baptist Church. For double glazing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the church building more energy efficient for community use. £24,615.84

 

St Madoes and Kinfauns Parish Church. For an electric car to help the communities of the Carse of Gowrie to reduce local carbon emissions by making Covid-19 response deliveries and trips to medical appointments more sustainable. £22,616.10

 

The Robert Douglas Memorial Institute. For building energy efficiency improvements. £7,702.75.

 

Renfrewshire

7th Paisley & District J.N.I. Scout Group. For insulation and low-energy lighting reduce local carbon emissions by making the Bield Activity Centre community space more energy efficient. £22,550.18

 

Local Energy Action Plan (LEAP). For an electric vehicle to help the people of Lochwinnoch to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling more sustainably. £17,955.00

 

Lochwinnoch Primary School Parent Council. For food growing equipment. £4,061.08.

 

Scottish Borders

A Greener Melrose. For food growing equipment. £9,597.75.

 

Ettrick and Yarrow Community Development Company. For low-energy lighting and wall and loft insulation to help the community of Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys reduce local carbon emissions by making the Ettrick Old School community hub more energy efficient. £13,856.87

 

Friends of Peebles High School (SCIO). For food growing equipment. £2,407.00.

 

Jedburgh Grammar Campus. For food growing equipment. £9,906.70.

 

Newlands and Kirkurd Womens Guild Playgroup. For food growing equipment. £9,366.55.

 

Newlands Community Development Trust. For an electric minibus to help rural communities in the Scottish Borders to reduce local carbon emissions by travelling to attend clubs and classes more sustainably. £71,864.80

 

Peebles Community Trust. For roof insulation and double-glazed doors to reduce local carbon emissions by making the community centre more energy efficient. £40,291.20

 

Priorsford Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,794.60.

 

Stable Life. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £2,666.53.

 

Stow Community Trust. For community bike maintenance. £9,885.00.

 

Stow Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,390.00.

 

Tweedgreen. For wood fuel equipment. £3,833.85.

 

Shetland Islands

Burravoe Primary School. For food growing equipment. £7,388.00.

 

Fair Isle Primary School and ELC. For food growing equipment to help reduce carbon emissions by producing compost and growing fruits and vegetables at Fair Isle Primary School. £1,658.00.

 

Happyhansel Primary. For food growing equipment. £1,366.98 (grant award details confirmed after 8 January press release, so not included in those figures).

 

North Roe Primary School. For food growing equipment. £10,000.00.

 

Sandness Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,342.98.

 

Shetland Recreational Trust. For low-energy lighting to reduce local carbon emissions by making the leisure centre more energy efficient. £18,600.72

 

South Ayrshire

Barassie Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,771.12.

 

Dailly Primary and EYC Parent Partnership. For food growing equipment. £1,124.80.

 

Heathfield Primary School. For food growing equipment. £4,889.11.

 

Tarbolton Primary School. For food growing equipment. £1,349.92.

 

South Lanarkshire

Ballerup Nursery Centre. For food growing equipment. £4,193.41.

 

Blantyre Community Council. For food growing equipment. £3,928.48.

 

Blantyre Soccer Academy. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £8,120.00.

 

Carluke Development Trust. For polytunnels and food growing equipment to help communities in South Lanarkshire to reduce local carbon emissions by developing local food growing initiatives. £12,048.17

 

Climate Action Strathaven. For an electric vehicle to help the people of Strathaven to reduce local carbon emissions by providing an electric vehicle for the car club, to empower sustainable driving. £22,768.20

 

Forth Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,723.24.

 

Grow 73. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £10,000.00.

 

Hamilton Grammar School. For food growing equipment. £8,330.79.

 

ISKCON Scotland. For community building energy efficiency improvements, food growing, food waste and wood fuel equipment. £8,949.53.

 

Strathaven Town Mill Arts and Heritage Centre. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £8,113.85.

 

Stirling

Aberfoyle Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,060.77.

 

Allan’s Nursery. For food growing equipment. £3,411.97.

 

Bannockburn House Trust. For food growing equipment. £7,940.80.

 

Borestone Nursery. For food growing equipment. £1,708.44.

 

Braehead, Broomridge and District Community Development Trust. For a polytunnel, raised beds and gardening tools to help the community of Braehead to reduce local carbon emissions by growing fresh, locally produced food for community benefit and to learn about growing and reducing food waste. £23,411.45

 

Cambusbarron Community Development Trust. For food growing and wood fuel equipment. £7,648.34.

 

Killin and Ardeonaig Community Development Trust. For tool library equipment. £3,473.62.

 

Kippen Primary School. For food growing equipment. £8,555.36.

 

Loch Lomond and Trossachs Countryside Trust. For electric bikes. £4,398.00.

 

Newton Nursery Class, Newton Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,107.90.

 

Raploch Nursery. For food growing equipment. £3,699.54.

 

St Modan's High School. For food growing equipment. £5,368.90.

 

St Ninians Primary School. For food growing equipment. £7,465.91.

 

Stirling Methodist Church. For secondary glazing and draught-proofing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the building more energy efficient. £17,470.24

 

Strathblane Community Development Trust. For waste reduction equipment. £9,934.00.

 

Transition Stirling. For an electric van to help the people of Stirling to reduce local carbon emissions by distributing surplus food and donations and collecting items for reuse more sustainably. £26,023.50

 

West Dunbartonshire

Braehead Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,353.24.

 

Dalmuir Plots Association. For food growing equipment. £9,915.54.

 

Isaro Community Initiative. For an electric van to help the community of Clydebank reduce local carbon emissions by distributing donated furniture to New Scots across the city more sustainably. £32,662.40

 

Linnvale Primary School. For food growing equipment. £9,656.49.

 

Lomond Parish Church. For double glazing to reduce local carbon emissions by making the church building more energy efficient. £19,307.08

 

Renton Community Development Trust. For community building energy efficiency improvements. £8,973.80.

 

West Lothian

Beechbrae SCIO. For insulation, low-energy lighting and room control heating to reduce local carbon emissions by making the Beechbrae Woodland Centre building more energy efficient. £28,000.00

Broxburn Primary School. For food growing equipment. £2,326.00.

 

Deans Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,862.13.

 

Falla Hill Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,801.53.

 

Howden St Andrew’s Primary School. For food growing equipment. £6,466.88.

 

Polbeth Community HUB SCIO. For food waste equipment. £5,854.00.

 

Toronto Primary School. For food growing equipment. £7,314.41.

 

Transition Linlithgow SCIO. For an electric cargo bike. £6,559.99.

 

Westfield Primary School. For food growing equipment. £3,952.94.

 

Winchburgh Primary School and ELC. For food growing equipment. £6,740.97.

 

Western Isles

Castlebay Community School Nursery. For food growing equipment. £7,338.00.

 

Comunn Eachdraidh Nis. For food growing equipment. £5,133.51.

 

Uig School Parent Council. For food growing equipment. £1,171.00.

 

Urras Coimhearsnachd Bhràdhagair agus Àrnoil. For food growing equipment as part of the Covid-19 response. £5,131.64.

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