SUEZ Communities Fund – Scotland

Grants Awarded


The following projects have been supported through the Fund. Grant amounts are shown as the total amount awarded at the time the grant offer was made. All awards made are subject to contract.

January 2024

Laurieston Bowling Club, Resurface Flat Roof Above Lounge – £12,990
Pilrig Bowling Club, Gent’s Toilet and Kitchen Refurbishment – £15,000
Fettercairn Public Property Committee, Hall Toilet Refurbishment – £20,363
Kinloss Church and Hall Management, Kinloss Hall Move to Net Zero – £11,325

October 2023

Beith Playpark Action Group, Beith Skate Park – £30,000
Elder Voice, Disabled Toilet Facility – £13,000
Skateraw Hall, Treatment & Replacement of Floor – £14,928
RSPB Scotland, New Nesting Rafts at RSPB Scotland Lochwinnoch Nature Reserve – £32,970
Maryhill Ruchill Parish Church, The Mackintosh Halls Safety Updates – £10,077
Royal British Legion Scotland, Oldmeldrum Branch Building Renovation – £50,000

June 2023

Parklea Association Branching Out Limited, Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, New Community Garden – £30,430
Longforgan Bowling Club and Community Hub, Essential Roof and Building Renovation – £50,000
Mid Deeside Community Trust, Aboyne Castle Woods Accessible Paths and Deeside Way Improvements – £50,000
Blochairn Housing Association Ltd, Blochairn, Glasgow, Playpark Improvements – £21,251
Alloway Railway Tunnel ART – £10,000
Kirktonhill Lawn Tennis Club, Delivering for our Community – £27,615
Dumfries and Galloway Council, Boyach Playpark Isle of Whithorn Upgrade – £50,000
Gatehead Bridge Project, Gatehead Community Centre New Bathroom Provision – £13,000

January 2023

Lanark Ex-Servicemens’ Rifle Club, Club House and Rifle Range Renovation – £45,257
Falkirk Indoor Bowling Club, Ensuring integrity of the roof – £18,769
Forthill Community Sports Club, Outdoor Court Redevelopment – £50,000
Enjoy Leisure East Lothian, Athletics Arena Throwing Cage Replacement – £19,900
Craigmark burntonian FC, Craigmark Burntonians refurbishment – £27,058
RSPB Scotland, Access for All at RSPB Scotland Baron’s Haugh – £18,342
Ellon Bowling Club, Bowling Club Equipment – £7,148

November 2022

Scottish Wildlife Trust, Balgavies Loch Climate Resilience Footpath Project – £20,000
Cruden Bay Bowling Club, New Roller for the Bowling Green – £2,135