Our Island, Our Future

Windfall Recipients 2018

Windfall Fund Awards – 2018 | January onwards

– Updated 31/12/18

Detailed below are successful applicants:

  • Catriona Spink received £426.51 from the SET fund towards the cost of attending Zumba Basic Level 1 Course.
  • Duncan Castling received £682.60 from the SET fund towards the cost of attending Wild Yeast and Natural Fermentation Course.
  • Screen Tiree/Screen Argyll received £500 from the Support fund towards the cost of running Sea Change: Powering Women in Film event.
  • Ishbel Campbell received £600 from the Travel fund towards the cost of 3 students traveling to the mainland for Piano exams.
  • Tiree Young Film Programmers received £672 from the Travel fund towards the cost of attending Into Film awards.
  • Tiree Trust received £500 from the Community Owned Assets fund towards the cost of repairing and replacing fans in Buth a Bhaile.
  • Tiree Rural Development/Tiree Agricultural Society received £3,000 from the Support Fund towards the cost of hiring the marquees for Show Day 2018.
  • Tigh a Rudha received £3,000 from the Community Owned Assets fund towards their project – Dementia Friendly Sensory Garden.
  • Cùram Thiriodh received £1,400 from the Support fund for their annual trip to the mainland.
  • Finn MacDonald received £139.88 from the Travel fund towards the cost of attending SSF Training Camp, Lanzarote.
  • Tiree Wave Classic received £2,925 from the Support fund towards the cost of Tiree Wave Classic 2018.
  • Fèis Thiriodh received £1,070 from the Support fund towards the cost of upgrading their PA system.
  • Elspeth MacKinnon received £442.60 from the SET fund towards the cost of attending chair massage training.
  • Tiree Music Festival received £3,000 from the Support fund towards the cost of toilets and showers for TMF 2018.
  • Tiree Ranger Service received £1,335 from the Support fund towards the cost of Tiree Bumble Bee project phase 2.
  • Tiree Trust received £1,510 from the Investment fund towards the Youth worker project.
  • Vaul Golf Club received £3,000 from the Community Assets fund towards maintenance costs at Vaul Golf Course and Clubhouse.
  • Tiree Agricultural Society received £2,016 from the Support fund towards the costs of the main attraction at Tiree Agricultural Show 2018.
  • Finn MacDonald received £435.50 from the SET fund towards attending ISA Level 1 Instructors Course.
  • North Argyll Carers received £325 from the Support fund towards running a Book Week Scotland Event on Tiree.
  • Tiree High School received £300 from the SET fund towards the cost of bringing a Holocaust educator to Tiree to work with the School and hold a community event.
  • Bella Trythall received £655 from the SET fund towards the cost of attending training – Otago Exercise Programme Leader.
  • Cùram Thiriodh received £18,000 from the Investment fund towards running Tiree Resource Club 2019/2020.
  • Tiree Hockey Club received £855 from the Travel fund towards attending hockey training on the mainland.
  • Tiree Trust received £1,309 from the Support fund towards the cost of running community events in 2019.
  • Tiree Trust received £5,000 from the Investment fund towards the cost of the Car Park project.
  • Tiree Community Maritime Assets Ltd received £26,085 from the Investment fund towards the cost of repairs at Scarinish Harbour.
  • Tiree Community Martime Assets Ltd received £232,911 from the Investment fund towards the cost of repairs at Milton Harbour.