Clydesdale MSP, Aileen Campbell has welcomed the news that four groups in Clydesdale have secured a total of ?27,364 of funding from the Big Lottery’s Awards for All scheme.

A wide range of awards have been secured by groups in the area with Abington and District Agricultural Society receiving a ?2, 479 grant to purchase new equipment to help expand their annual show while the Lanarkshire Epilepsy Support Group received ?9,959 to create and show a short film about the lives of people affected by Epilepsy in Lanarkshire.
Awards also went to Carnwath in Bloom who received funding of ?9,180 to provide horticultural training for volunteers to help create a commemorative garden within the King George V park in the village, and Carluke’s Street Level youth organisation will use their ?5,746 award to fund staff costs so that the centre can open on a Sunday night.
Commenting, Aileen Campbell said:
"This is great news. I am delighted that another round of Big Lottery funding has resulted in more awards for Clydesdale groups.
"These grants totalling over ?27,000 will help the groups take forward their projects and bring extra benefits to their communities.
"The awards can be used for a variety of initiatives and I hope Clydesdale continues to benefit from the Big Lottery Fund."



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