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Games Legacy Communities Fund

A dozen community groups are to benefit from more than £250,000 to help encourage physical activity in communities across Scotland.

The money is part of the £1 million Legacy 2014 Sustainable Sport for Communities Fund, a partnership between the Scottish Government and The Robertson Trust. The fund is designed to support sport-related social enterprises, enabling them to become sustainable in the long run and help people become more physically active.

The successful applicants in the final round of funding are as follows: 

  • Active Bellshill, North Lanarkshire, £14,000
  • Annan Athletic Football Club, Dumfries and Galloway, £19,200
  • Athletics Joint award, 3 clubs: Team East Lothian, Shettleston Harriers, Kilbarchan AAC, £25,000
  • Comrie Development Trust, Comrie, Perth, £15,000
  • Fabb Scotland, Callander, Stirling, £24,700
  • Fyrish Gymnastics Club, Highlands, £12,400 
  • Glasgow City Foundation, Glasgow/East Dunbartonshire, £20,000
  • Greenock Morton Community Trust, Inverclyde, £25,000
  • Greystone Rovers YFC, Dumfries and Galloway, £25,000
  • Kirkliston South Queensferry Football Club, Edinburgh, £23,000 
  • MY Adventure (MYA), Edinburgh/Borders, £25,000
  • Royston Youth Action (RYA),Glasgow, £24,900

For more information, visit the Scottish Government website.


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