Legacy 2014 Active Places Fund Opens for Applications (Scotland)
The Scottish Government has announced that its new £10 million Legacy 2014 Active Places Fund is now open for applications. The fund is part of the Scottish Government’s Commonwealth Games Legacy 2014 programme, will give communities across Scotland more and better places to be active. Grants between £10,000 and £100,000 are available to help build or upgrade local facilities such as new bike or skate parks, outdoor adventure facilities, walking routes, or new projects within schools. The fund is open to a wide range of not for profit organisations and educational establishments such as schools and colleges.
Closing dates are: Round 2 - 1st July 2013 Round 3 - 1st February 2014 Round 4 - 1st July 2014 Round 5 - 1st February 2015
Legacy 2014 Active Places Fund webpage
See also - Sportscotland Funding Page.
There is also a Sport Facilities Fund (Scotland)
This programme covers the provision or upgrading of all facilities for the general community. In the main, proposals will be led by local authorities, clubs, trusts and the like. This funding stream funds developments that are for the public good and will provide equitable opportunities for increased sports participation by the community at local level. There are two different application routes depending on the value of your project:
Small Projects - Under £100,000
Large Projects - Over £100,000
You can read more details on this webpage
Archery GB the Handy Guides for Archery Clubs page.
sportscotland resources at Help for Clubs
Archery GB has launched it Club Development Scheme on target. Details are available on the website
Clubs joining ontarget - Archery GB’s new Club Development Programme- are making a public pledge to be open and friendly, to advance archery and to proactively work with Archery GB and in return clubs will be recognised, rewarded and given support, guidance and advice to develop and improve.