Approved Community Group Grants
Strathnairn Community Benefit Fund (SCBF) is pleased to have made awards to the following organizations:
Farr hall the sum of £7,000 to provide free access for local groups.
The Community Plan Group, £6,800 for public access automated defibrillators. These are located at St Paul’s Church Hall, Croachy, Farr Hall, Daviot Hall and the Keppoch Inn.
Farr Baby and Toddler Group a total of £81,500 for a new play park across from school woods in Farr
Strathnairn Summer Activities the sum of £1,409 (2016) to help with costs for organizing and running the week long summer school session at Farr Hall
Farr Conversations, £110 towards local events in 2016
Boleskine Camanachd Shinty Club
The Strathnairn Community Newsletter a total of £8,350 to cover costs including editors fee
The Strathnairn Farmers Association Vintage Rally and Display the sum of £3,429 for 2016
Strathnairn Community Woodlands
The Strathnairn Music Initiative £15,440 to cover the costs for two terms of music classes from September 2016
Strathnairn Indoor Bowls Club, £1,000
Farr Community Hall, a grant of £1,600 to cover the costs of new goalposts
Farr Community Hall for the playing fields grass cuting
Strathnairn Hall £3,000 to provide free access for local groups during 2015
The Strathnairn Seniors Lunch Club the sum of £2500
Farr primary school and nursery for extracurricular activities during the 2015 school year, £16,496
Daviot Primary school for extracurricular activities during the 2015 school year, £7,200
Fearnag Growers the sum of £7,800 towards legal and start up costs for their community garden project at Farr Estates
Care in Strathnairn (CIS) a total of £9,600 in 2016
Strathnairn Community Access & Transport Association (SCATA) £11,971 towards a new 9 seat bus with wheelchair access.
Reimbursement of ongoing travel costs to SCATA for those who qualify for free transport
The above list is a selection of grants awarded to the community and is not exhaustive. Please let us know if anything else should be included that we may have overlooked.